Milo Manlove Flemming

Milo Manlove Flemming
b. 1 September 1882, Grant County, Indiana, to Marion Francis and Sarah Ellen (Kelley) Flemming
d. 9 November 1964, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

m/1. 24 December 1912, Hamilton County, Ohio
Celia Irene Neese
b. to Martin and Carrie Neese
d. 20 November 1915, College Hill, Hamilton County, Ohio

m/2. 23 March 1923, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia
Hazel Virginia Neese
b. 1 August 1901, Mt. Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, to Martin Allison and Carrie Ann (Moore) Neese
d. 20 July 1989, Reynoldsburg, Franklin County, Ohio

Children with Hazel Virginia Neese:

  • Milo M., Jr. married Delores Elaine Chambers
  • Ruth Ellen married [–?–] Winowich
  • Roy Lee married [–?–] Weitzel
  • Ralph Hugh married [–?–] Newcomb

Milo’s Flemming ancestors came to Indiana about 1840. His grandfather was in the 1840 census in Pleasant Township, Grant County, Indiana. Milo was last in Indiana in the 1900 census, living in Mill Township, Grant County, with his mother Ellen and stepfather, William R. Townsend and siblings.

By 1910, Milo was living in College Hill, Hamilton County, Ohio. When he registered for the WWI draft in 1917, he was a principal in a business college and living in Cincinnati, where he remained until sometime after 1920. A military school in South Union, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, was his place of employment in 1930.

Milo died at age 82 and is buried in the LaFayette Memorial Park in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. He had owned and operated the Business Training School, located in the Fayette Title and Trust Building in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, for several years before his death.

Submitted by:
Brenda Buck
E-mail: buckbre@cmuonline.net

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