Gordon, May Catherine 'Kate' Deterly (fem) 20.jan.1859-11.jan.1938 USA West Virginia, Williamstown - Ohio, Columbus
1860 aged 1 living with her natural father in Williamstown, 1870 living with her stepfather in Marietta Ohio, 1880-1900 as teacher public school and high school residing in Columbus, 1910 as teacher public school residing on a farm in Perry Ohio, 1920-1930 residing as teacher public school with husband and daughter at 30 North 22nd Street Columbus, buried at Green Lawn Cemetery Columbus ; daughter of carpenter Henry Deterly (Ohio 1816-1866 Williamstown, bur Marietta) and Rosanna E (Ohio 1825-b1900 Columbus) ; stepdaughter of brick maker Thomas Farley Jones (Pennsylvania 16.apr.1817-23.feb.1905 Columbus) ; 1884 she married newspaper publisher George Henry Gordon (Ohio, Findlay 7.nov.1861-16.jan.1935 Columbus) ; daughter never married pianist/music teacher Ruth Gordon (Columbus 24.may.1885-29.dec.1961 Columbus)

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[] The land where the buckeyes grow. Song
words and music Kate D. Gordon
copyright Kate D. Gordon, Columbus, Ohio 9dec1907
pub Gordon Publishing Co., Columbus, Ohio 1907
7oct1907 the State Board of Agriculture awarded the prize of $50 for the best home-coming song

[] Launcelot. Song
copyright Kate D. Gordon, West Derby, Vermont 28dec1907

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