Paul J. Gaume

M, #946, (1842 - 1914)
Paul J. Gaume|b. 1842\nd. 1914|p946.htm|Louis Jeanin-Gaume|b. 25 Nov 1813\nd. 5 Nov 1898|p64.htm|Josephine Faiver|b. 1815\nd. c 1853|p943.htm|Luc F. Jeanin-Gaume|b. 26 Mar 1774\nd. 3 Mar 1860|p1022.htm|Marie T. Pequignot|b. 23 Sep 1782|p1023.htm|Joseph Faivre|b. 29 Apr 1782\nd. c 1860|p999.htm|Marie A. Voisard|b. 6 Feb 1783\nd. b 1850|p1037.htm|

Relationship=1st cousin 2 times removed of Leopold Joseph DeBacker.
Last Edited=28 Mar 2009

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Paul J. Gaume was born in 1842.1 He was the son of Louis Jeanin-Gaume and Josephine Faiver. He married Nancy Haines after 1869 in Ohio. He died in 1914 in Akron, Ohio.

He was charged with conspiracy to resist the execution of the law and armed assault on an enrollement officer during the Holmes County Rebellion, an anti-draft uprising during the Civil War. He was never arrested and charges against him were later dropped in June, 1863 in Holmes County, Ohio.2 Obituary of Paul Gaume: "Paul J. Gaume died at Akron, Friday evening, following an operation which he had performed the morning of the same day. Mr. Gaume's home was in Pasadena, California, but he, accompanied by his wife, had come to Akron to spend the winter with relatives. He was apparently in good health and Louisville relatives were very unexpectedly informed of his death. Mr. Gaume was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gaume and was born on the farm now occupied by Arthur Oyster. When he was a small boy the family moved to Holmes County, Ohio, where Mr. Gaume remained until he was a young man and then went to Alliance and engaged in the mercantile business. He was very successful in business, owing to geniality and honesty and spent many years in retirement. About twenty years ago, owing to the ill health of his wife, he moved his family to Pasadena, where they have since resided. Mr. Gaume was twice married, his second wife and one son, Harry, of the former marriage, surviving.The following brothers and sisters also survive: Joseph Gaume, of Fort Zone, Arizona; Eugene and Frank Gaume of Akron; Louis Gaume, of Syracuse,New York; Emil Gaume and Mrs. Rose Bottomer, of Canton, and Mrs. James McDonald and Mrs. E. N. Lamielle, of Louisville. Funeral services were held at St. Vincent's Catholic church at Akron this morning, and the body will be taken to Pasadena for interment." ; Louisville Herald, January 15, 1914. He is also shown in the Canton Business Directory as a dry goods dealer n. s. W. Main corner Arch in Alliance, Ohio in 1889 and on Union avenue Alliance, Ohio in 1890. [Source Information: Ancestry.com Canton, Ohio Directories, 1888-92. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Canton, OH, 1888-89: The Canton News Co., 1888. Canton, OH, 1889-90: N.H. Burch & Co., 1889. Canton, OH, 1891-92: The Burch Directory Co., 1891.]

Census

1850Nimishillen Township, Stark County, OhioPaul J. Gaume appeared on the census of 1850 in the household of Louis Jeanin-Gaume and Josephine Faiver in Nimishillen Township, Stark County, Ohio.1
1860Black Creek, Holmes County, OhioHe appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Louis Gaume and Jane Gaume in Black Creek, Holmes County, Ohio.3
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Descendants of Claude Etienne Gaume
Descendants of Perrin Lachat

Citations

  1. [S39] 1850 United States Census (Free Schedule), Nimishillen Twnshp., Stark Co., Ohio (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
  2. [S373] Patrick J. Drouhard, It Don't Look Right For The Times (Ohio: Patrick J. Drouhard, 2005).
  3. [S191] 1860 United States Census, Richland Twnshp, Holmes Co., Ohio (Washington: National Archives And Records Administration) ,.
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