1862 - 1926 (64 years)
||James Henry Cloud |
||Apr 26, 1862
||Chambersburg, Indiana, USA [2, 3]
||Jun 11, 1900
||Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri, USA 
||Oct 20, 1926
||Saint Louis, Missouri, USA 
||Oct 24, 1926
||Memorial Park Cemetery, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA 
- He was deaf and became an educator and a minister.
REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR ...
Vol. 3, 1890, p. 114
REMARKS OF PRESIDENT GALLAUDET.
President Gallaudet continued: Next on the programme is the name of the Rev. James Henry Cloud, of Illinois, who is down for an oration on the subject of The Physical Basis of Education. Mr. Cloud was a classmate of Mr. Hanson's, and graduated from this college three years ago. He accepted a position in the Illinois School for the Deaf as instructor and director of physical training, assuming the charge of a large school of more than five hundred pupils, directing their physical training, having a fine gymnasium in which to conduct that service.
Mr. Cloud has made a study of anatomy; he has made a study of physical training; he has been under the instruction of Dr. Sargent, at Cambridge, during his vacations, and has proved an eminently successful teacher of physical development. But that is a small part only of the work he has been doing during the past three years. The necessity for laboring and earning money to aid members of his family was upon him. But his aim was to study for the ministry, and so side by side with' this work which he has most creditably done, he has pursued theological studies necessary to his acceptance and his ordination, which occurred within the past month, as a deacon in the Episcopal Church. So he stands upon our catalogue, three years after leaving college, as the Rev. James Henry Cloud; and in view of his attainments in his theological studies, and in the other lines I have spoken of, our faculty have recommended him to the board of directors for the degree of Master of Arts, and that degree has been conferred upon him as upon Mr. Hanson. His purpose is to minister, as a clergyman, to his own class, and for that service there is a demand and need which is unquestioned, and which asks for just such laborers as he is.
||Dec 14, 2010 |
||Hiram Cloud, b. Abt 1815, Tennessee, USA , d. Bef 1870, Chambersburg, Orange county, Indiana, USA (Age ~ 54 years) |
||Mariann Osborne, b. 1817, Indiana, USA , d. Feb 28, 1896, O'Fallon, St. Clair county, Illinois, USA (Age 79 years) |
||Apr 16, 1843
||Chambersburg, Orange county, Indiana, USA 
1850 census, IN, Orange cty, North West twp, 989, 494, Nov 13, HH 1212/1216
Hyram CLOUD, 35, M, farmer, Tenn
Marion CLOUD, 31, F, IN
Zeno CLOUD, 6, M, IN
John CLOUD, 2, M, IN
||Lula Olga Hardman, b. Oct 14, 1868, Taylorville, Christian county, Illinois, USA , d. Apr 19, 1933, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA (Age 64 years) |
||Oct 04, 1892
1900 census, MO, St. Louis, wrd 1, ed 4, 14-A, (T623-889, p. 48)
June 11, 1900, 2010 OBear Avenue, HH 208/284
CLOUD, James, head, W, M, Apr 1863, 37, m 8 yrs, IN, un, un, teacher of deaf mute
CLOUD, Lulu, wife, W, F, Oct 1868, 31, m 8 yrs, 3/3 children, IL, PA, WV
CLOUD, Mary, dau, Jan 1894, 6, MO
CLOUD, John, son, Sep 1895, 4, MO
CLOUD, George H, son, Aug 1897, 2, MO
HERDMAN, Pearl, sister in l, W, F, Nov 1873, 26, single, IL, teacher
FLISHMANN, Louise, servant, W, F, Nov 1881, 19, single, OH, Ger, OH, domestic servant
|+||1. Mary Kendall Cloud, b. Jan 23, 1894, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA , d. Jun 1973, Houston, Harris county, Texas, USA (Age 79 years)|
|+||2. John Kobel Cloud, b. Sep 23, 1895, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA , d. Oct 06, 1979, Palm Beach, Florida, USA (Age 84 years)|
| ||3. George Herbert Cloud, b. Aug 18, 1897, Missouri, USA , d. Jun 1979, Waco, McLennan county, Texas, USA (Age 81 years)|
|+||4. Dr. Daniel Tuttle Cloud, b. Jun 13, 1900, Saint Louis, Illinois, USA , d. 1959, White Plains, New York, USA (Age 58 years)|
- [S1895] Missouri Birth & Death Records Database - online, birth record for Mary Kendall Cloud, St. Louis county, C627, 1, 722.
- [S561] Death Certificate, # 33340 (Reliability: 3).
- [S2443] Passport Application (US), No. 7-58, June 27, 1889.
- [S3961] 1900 US federal census, 1900 census, MO, St. Louis, wrd 1, ed 4, 14-A, (T623-889, p. 48).
- [S2538] Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941.