m. bef 1864
- Howard R T Radcliffe1864 - 1942
Facts and Events
||Howard R T Radcliffe
||27 Feb 1864
||Saratoga Springs, Saratoga, New York, United States
||9 Jul 1870
||New York, New York, United StatesAge 6
|Soc Sec No
||10 Feb 1892
||Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United StatesPassport Application
||26 Jan 1898
||Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, United StatesMarriage
to Elizabeth Parmele Hubble
||Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, United StatesPresident of Howard R. T. Radcliffe Interior Decorators
||2 Jun 1900
||Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, United States2256 Collingwood Ave
||2 Jun 1942
||Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, United States
||3 Jun 1942
||Woodlawn Cemetery, Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, United Statesfrom Trinity Episcopal Church, Toledo, Ohio
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Emma Radliffe family, in New York, New York, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 9 Jul 1870.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Death Certficate: Howard R T Rudcliffe (Radcliffe), in FamilySearch. Ohio Deaths 1908-1953. (Ohio, United States: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.).
File No: 37149, Informant: R J Feilbach [Mortician of Boyce-Feilbach Mortuary]
Name: Howard Rt Rudcliffe
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 02 Jun 1942
Event Place: Toledo, Lucas, Ohio
Spouse's Name: Elizabeth P.
File Number: fn 37149
GS Film number: 2024006
Digital Folder Number: 004035673
Image Number: 01558
- Howard Radcliffe, in Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
- Ohio Marriages.
- ↑ Howard R T Radcliffe, in Find A Grave.
- Scribner, Harvey A. Memoirs of Lucas County and the city of Toledo, from the earliest historical times down to the present: including a genealogical and biographical record of representative families. (Madison, Wisconsin: Western Historical Association, 1910), 1:612-13.
Howard R. T. Radcliffe, dealer in carpets and draperies, embarked in business for himself, in Toledo, in 1899, being the successor of Sterling & Company, whose employ he entered, in 1880, in Cleveland, where the main office of the company was located, and, in 1894, he came to Toledo to become the general manager for the Toledo branch, which was established in 1879. In 1899, Mr. Radcliffe took over the Toledo interests of Sterling & Company and has been located at 327 Superior street since that time. The display rooms usurp the three floors and basement, in all some 12,000 square feet of floor, besides the factory in the rear, wherein about fifty expert designers and decorators are employed in making up the draperies and carpets for the trade. The business consists in supplying carpets, draperies and interior decorations for individual residences, the contracts made sometime including the complete furnishing, as to furniture, etc., in order to have the general effect artistic and beautiful. The business has a large patronage in Toledo and also in the three States adjacent, as well as New York and Pennsylvania.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Lucas, Ohio, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule.
- ↑ William D. Speck, in Toledo: A History in Architecture: 1890 – 1914.
Toledo: A History in Architecture: 1890 – 1914, by William D. Speck
“The house was later owned by Howard Radcliffe, president of a decorating firm, and he installed elaborate plaster ceilings, scenic wallpaper in the dining room, and stone fireplaces.”
Howard R.T. Radcliffe Business Biography 2256 Collingwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio
- Department of State. Office of the Chief Clerk, and Department of State. Passport Bureau. Passport applications, 1795-1905. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M1372).
- ↑ Trinity Episcopal Church Burials