I found Major C. Aplin died on 3 May 1937 In Cambridge, Guernsey County, Ohio.He was born 13 March 1878.His second marriage was to Iva Pearl "Ivy" Stillion on 14 Feb 1918 in Guernsey County Marriage records. I do not think he had any children with Ivy.His obit is as follows: Jeffersonian, Monday, 3 May 1937 page 1& 2 Major C. Aplin Passes Away Cerebral Hemorrhage Sustained Thursday Night Causes Death Early Monday Morning A Cerebral hemorrhage, suffered some time after retiring Thursday night, resulted in the death of Major C. Aplin, 60, Monday morning at 5:15 o'clock, at his home, 530 1/2 Wheeling avenue.His wife found him in an unconscious condition Friday morning when she attempted to awaken him.He remained in a coma until death. Mr. Aplin had been a resident of Cambridge the past 25 years.He was a mortar maker by trade but had been unable to work the past six years due to a fractured skull sustained when the Second U. P. church was being rebuilt, members of the family said.A marble slab, which was being placed in position, fell striking him on the head, it was stated.He was employed by the contractor in charge at the time. In addition to his widow he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Jennie Martick, Mrs. Dolores Stuckey, Mrs. Virginia Foraker and Mrs. Pauline Hadlock, Cleveland; one son, Allen Aplin, Cleveland,; nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild; four brothers, Edward Aplin and Wade Aplin, Senecaville, Thomas Aplin, Cambridge, and George Aplin, Bicknell, Ind., and three sisters, Mrs. Margaret McMann, Cambridge, Mrs. Bertha Purdum, of Senecaville, and Mrs. Belle Harbaugh, coal City, Ind. The body was removed to the McMillen and Scott funeral Home, South Tenth Street, where an autopsy will be preformed some time Tuesday by Dr. J. E. Patton, attending physician, and a physician of the Industrial Commission of Ohio.