Person:Daniel Carlisle (3)

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m. 2 Oct 1876
  1. Francis Ashley Carlisle1878 - 1926
  2. Daniel Michael Carlisle1885 - 1960
  3. Tamerson C Carlisle1887 - 1978
m. 24 DEC 1919
  1. Vivian Ruth Carlisle1922 - 1998
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Name[1][2][3] Daniel Michael Carlisle
Gender Male
Birth[4][5][2][3] 19 FEB 1885 Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, United States
Occupation? 1910 Laborer - tool works
Census? 1910 in home of parents, age 20??
Marriage 24 DEC 1919 San Antonio, TXto Pearl Vivian Camfield
Census[7] 1920 Bexar, Texas, United StatesCamp Normayle, Single!, age 35 b MI, parents b NY
Occupation[8] 1921 Machinist, Campbell's Machine
Census[9] 1930 803 Main St, Buchanan, Berrien Co, MI, in the home of his mother. He paid $12.50 per month rent
Occupation[9] 1930 Machinist in a repair shop
Death[4] 20 JAN 1960 Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, United States
Burial[4] UNKNOWN Buchanan, Berrien, Michigan, United StatesOakridge Cemetery
Occupation? Machinist, Clark Equipment Co, Buchanan, MI
Military[6] WW I, Quarter Master Sargent, Senior Grade, 304 Rep Unit MTC

Michigan | Saint Joseph | Herald Press, The | 1960-01-21, pg 10 County Deaths and Funerals

BUCHANAN, Jan. 21 - Daniel M Carlisle, 74, of 803 Main st., Buchanan, died at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Pawating hospital, Niles. He had been ill for several weeks.

Mr Carlisle was born Feb. 18, 1885 in Buchanan, and had been a lifelong resisdent of Buchanan. He ws the son of the late Ashley and Sarah Carlisle.

Mr Carlisle married the former Pearl V. Camfield, Dec. 24, 1919 at San Antonio, Tex.

He was employed at Clark Equipment Co for 33 years before retiring in 1953.

He was a WWI veteran and a member of the Ralph Rumbaugh American Legion Post.

Mr. Carlisle is survived by his widow; a son, William D; two daughters, Mrs Vivian LaValle, Knoxville, Tenn and Mrs Phyllis Berry, Syracuse, NY; a sister, Mrs Tamerson Binns, Buchanan and four grandchildren.

Burial will be in the Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Daniel worked at Clark Equipment Co. where they made transmission boxes for cars, forklifts, and parts for the first Diesel Locomotive engine.

He built the family a camp out of wood taken from old boxcars. The camp was built at the Main St home and bolted together in such a way that it could then be taken apart in sections. It was then loaded onto a truck and moved to Smith Lake where it was bolted back together. Smith Lake was a small lake, two to three miles from Berrien Center. The lake was owned by Mr. Clymer who leased the land to them. The camp had a well, outhouse, kerosene stove and lamps, and a wood stove for heating. It was used mostly in summer.

Michigan | Saint Joseph | Herald Press, The | 1960-01-21, pg 10 County Deaths and Funerals BUCHANAN, Jan. 21 - Daniel M Carlisle, 74, of 803 Main st., Buchanan, died at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Pawating hospital, Niles. He had been ill for several weeks. Mr Carlisle was born Feb. 18, 1885 in Buchanan, and had been a lifelong resisdent of Buchanan. He ws the son of the late Ashley and Sarah Carlisle. Mr Carlisle married the former Pearl V. Camfield, Dec. 24, 1919 at San Antonio, Tex. He was employed at Clark Equipment Co for 33 years before retiring in 1953. He was a WWI veteran and a member of the Ralph Rumbaugh American Legion Post. Mr. Carlisle is survived by his widow; a son, William D; two daughters, Mrs Vivian LaValle, Knoxville, Tenn and Mrs Phyllis Berry, Syracuse, NY; a sister, Mrs Tamerson Binns, Buchanan and four grandchildren. Burial will be in the Oak Ridge Cemetery.

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References
  1. History of the Osborn and Related Families, By Walter W Osborn.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Vital Records Index North America, FHL Number 945401.
  3. 3.0 3.1 1900 Census.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Drawings of headstones in Buchanan Cem, by Vivian LaValle.
  5. Vital Records Index North America.
  6. Headstone - Oakridge Cemetery, Buchanan, MI.
  7. 1920 Census, Texas.
  8. Phyllis Berry.
  9. 9.0 9.1 1930 Federal Census.