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					            THE REPORT

                      THE OHIO
                    CENEAlOGICAL
                      SOCIETY




               SPRING 1991

Volume 31                          Number 1
PRESIDENT                             JEANNE PRAMAGGIORE .       751 PRINCEWOOD AVE .• DAYTON . OH 45429
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDE~T              JUDY J. BISHARA.           2712 BENDEMEER COURT . POLAND . OH 44514
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY               DIANE GAGEL .              160 MALLARD . PERRYSBURG . OH 43551
RECORDING SECRETARY                   BARBARA REINING .          4 GROVER COURT . GRAFTON OH 44044
TREASURER                             CARY LATIMER .             555 CRESCENT RD .• APT .4 . MANSFIELD . OH 44907
                                                 DISTRICT     TRUSTE[~


ATHENS            BARBARA RUTLEDGE .          RT.4 . BOX 367 . PROCTORVILLE . OH 55669
BOWLI NG GREEN    REBECCA HILL.               420 S. MONROE ST . • TIFFIN . OH 44883
CADIZ             LINDA STEWART .             2705 CLEVELAND AVE .• STEUB ENVILLE . OH 43952
CHlLLlCOTHE       HELEN RHOTEN .              884 STATE ROUTE 207. CHILLICOTHE . OH 45601
CINCINNATI        LYNN E. ARNOLD.             653B KUGLER MILL RD . • CI NCI NNATI . OH 45236
CLEVELAND         SHELVEY MADAMA .            537 ZORN LANE . CLEVELAND . OH 44143
COLUMBUS          WJLLIAM HAVENS .            2354 ABINGTON RD . • COLUMBUS OH 43221
COSHOClON         ROBERT E. STROCK .          242 N. CHURCH ST . • PO BOX 399 . DALTON . OH 44618
DAYTON            ROBERT E. ANDREWS .         6575 GEORGETOWN-VERNONA RD •• LEWISBURG OH 45338
DEFIANCE          JANA BROGLI N.              I-2780-E . SWANTON . OH 43558
McCONNELSVILLE    lERESA KLAI BER.            160 FAIRFIELD DR .• NEW CONCORD OH 43762
MANSF IELD        ARLI NE D. DOWDS .          26 SOUTH GAMBLE ST .• SHELBY OH 44875
MARYSVILLE        ROBERT HAMILTON .           116 S. COURT ST . • MARYSVILLE . OH 43040
WAPAKONETA        WILLIAM HILTY .             6350 BELLEFONTAINE RD .• LIMA . OH 45804
YOUNGSTOWN        RUTH WELCH .                650 OHLTOWN RD •• YOUNGSTOWN . OH 44515
                                                 TRUSTEES AT LARGE
(pr   = Past President . Permanent) (PC = Past Chairman . Permanent) (P = President) (H                Honorary)
                                  (x-# = term expires at Convention . 19--)

J . Richard Abell        x-92            Mary Jane Henney          x-92          Phy I lis Mil I e r    x-93
Ruth Allen               PC              Peggy Horn                PC            Ju 1 i e Overton       PP
Betty Ambrose            x-93            Dr.Wm . R. Houston        PP            Sunda A. Peters        x-91
Nancy M. Applebee        x-93            David M. Keck             x-92          Hartien S.Ritter       PP
Robert Cunning.Chm.      PP              Louise Krause             HPP           Harold Scatterday      x-91
Margaret Dieringer       x-91            Phyll is Leech            PC            James Strong           x-91
Jane Fisher              x-91                                                    James D. Wolfe         PP
                                                   CHAPTER S (1 01)

                                               with dat\e of Charter

Allen County            1971             Guernsey County         1969            Pike County           1975
Ashland County          1970             Hamilton County         1973            Portage County        1972
Ashtabula County        1987             Hancock County          1979            Preble County         1988
Athens County           1980             Hardin County           1983            Putnam County         1986
Auglaize County         1977             Harri son County        1983            Richland County       1960
Belmont County          1978             Hen r y County          1987            Richland-Shelby       1989
Brown County            1981             Hock ing County         1989            Ross County           1983
Butler County           1978             Holmes County           1983            Sandusky County       1989
Carroll County          1976             Huron County            1986            Scioto County         1977
Champaign County        1985             Jackson County          1980            Seneca County         1981
Clark County            1974             Jefferson County        1987            Southern Ohio         1990
Clermont County         1983             Knox County             1978            Stark County          1974
Clinton County          1990             Lake County             1974            Stark-All iance       1983
Columbiana County       1976             Lawrence County         1984            Summit County         1971
Coshocton County        1978             Licking County          1972            Summit-Hudson         1990
Crawford County         1974             Lorain County           1983            Trumbull County       1969
Cuyahoga Co .:                           Lucas County            1976            Tuscarawas County     1968
   -Cuyahoga Valley     1980             Madison County          1980            Union County          1980
   -East                1973             Mahoning County         1972            Van Wert County       1980
   -Gtr . Cleveland     1981             Marion County           1976            Vinton County         1989
   -Parma               1980             Medina County           1987            Warren County         1981
   -Southwest           1981             Me i gs County          1980            Washington County     1983
   -West                1977             Mercer 'County          1980            Wayne County          1978
Darke County            1985             Mi ami County           1987            Williams County       1981
Defiance County         1977             Miami Valley            1985            Wood County           1980
Delaware County         1985             Monroe County           1985            Wyandot County        1982
Erie County             1976             Montgomery County       1974
Fairfield County        1979             Morgan County           1981            Arizona               1990
Fayette County          1981             Morrow County           1977            No . California       1990
Frank I in County       1970             Muskingum County        1976            So . California       1981
Fulton County           19BO             Noble County            1983            Colorado              1989
Gallia County           1983             Ottawa County           1969            Florida               1984
Geauga County           1973             Paulding County         1987            Michigan              1990
Greene County           1980             Perry County            1982            National Capitol      1990


EDITOR . THE REPORT             Carol Willsey Bell . C. G. • 4649 Yarmouth Lane . Youngstown . OH 44512

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VOLUME 3]                                     SPRIf\l(~   1991                               Nl1t-ffiER 1

                                    CAnOL WILLSEY BELL. C.G .• ED IT OR

DR. JOHN WILLIAMS, GREENFIELD ACADEMY, FAIRFIELD CO .                     RUTH EVERSOLE
KEIFER SCHOOL, LAWRENCE TP., STARK CO.                                    JEAN SHETLER                8

CENTRAL HIGH, BARBERTON, SUMMIT CO . 1919                                 JEAN SHETLER                9

VERMILION SCHOOL RECORDS, 1884-1892                                       ROBERT D. SMITH            10

PENN STREET SCHOOL, LICKING CO., 1887-1891                                HARRY T. CLARK             18
PRESBYTERIAN & CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES TO 1835                            THEODORE HIRT              20

HURON COUNTY TOWNSHIP RECORDS, SELECTED                                   THOMAS S. NEEL             26

BIBLE RECORDS
   JACOB S. POTTORF BIBLE                                                 MRS. R.L. POTTORF          30
   KENNEDY G. POTTORF BIBLE                                               MRS. R.L. POTTORF          30
   ROBERT N. GRAHAM BIBLE                                                 MRS. R.L. POTTORF          31
   THOMAS WINN BIBLE                                                      TOM & GENE MOLOCEA         31
   EDWIN JONES BIBLE                                                      LOIS ADAMS BENDER          32
   WILLIAM H. ALLERTON BIBLE                                              LOIS ADAMS BENDER          32
OBITUARIES FROM MISSOURI WITH OHIO CONNECTIONS                            ELDORA McCASKEY            35
UNION CO: TEMPLE CEMETERY, JACKSON TWP.                                   DR. TERRY SCHURCH          37
MUSKINGUM CO: BRELSFORD / WILCOX CEMETERY, ADAMS TWP.                     THOMAS ADKINS              38
OHIOANS IN BENTON CO., MISSOURI                                           W. J. DOWNING              39
MEIGS CO: LEDGER OF DR. J . SCHAEFFER, M.D.                               DARLENE F. WEAVER          40

LAWRENCE CO: FERRY BOAT LICENSES                                          BARBARA RUTLEDGE           41
ZANE versus CARPENTER: EXTRACT FROM DOCKET                                DAVID STIVISON             44

RICHLAND CO : BACKGROUND OF EARLY RESIDENT                                VERNA WILLSON              46

SPARKSES IN WEST UNION                                                    J . E. SPARKS              48
FRANKLIN CO: FIRE IN 1879                                                 EDITOR                     49
OHIO SOLDIER BURIED IN NEW YORK                                           RACHEL TEFFT               49
BOOK NOTICES                 ROGER EDGINGTON, MARGARETHA WARNER, LENORE MAXA                         50
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                                                            CIRCULATION : 7000
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                                              DR . ,IOHN WILLI AMS: I\N EDUCATIO N PIO EER
                                                               C
                                                  GR EENFIELD A AD[HY. fl\I RFI ElD COUNTY
                                                                      ve
                                        Ruth Eversole . 3807 Keowe e A .• Knoxville TN 37919
 In the year 1845 a slender catalogue was circulated among            In an address given to the students of Pleasantville Academy
 the citizens of southern Ohio list i ng the students enrolled        Judge Silas H. W    right has desc r ibed John Williams as he
 in the Gree nf ield Academy during the school years beginning        appeared to his students while teaching in the old academy :
 August 25 . 1844 and August 15 . 1845. It also included                            i
                                                                      "Dr . John Wlliams was the proprietor and the principal . He
 condit i ons for enrollment . Tuition . payable in advance . was     was then just beginning to stoop a little . and I remember
 $8 per term for the more common branches and $10 for                 that some gray hairs would occas i onally fall upon his coat
 languages and mathematics . Boarding was $1. 25 pe r week or         collar . His head was the most massive t hat I have ever seen .
 $27 for the term . There was a charge for t he use of the            In languages he was not far behind the learned Cas aubon . and
 room furnitu re and lights . The total ranged from $38 to $42 .      in mathematics he reached the hi ghest circles . He could have
                                                                      conve r sed with Sir Isaac Newton . He early introduced me to
App l icants had to be t welve yea r s of age or upwards . of good    Mil t on and from that Pa radise I have never been dr i ven ."
moral habits and tolerably expert i n reading . penmanship and
the primary ru les of arithmetic . Each student of the school         Nothi ng is said in the catalogue about the faculty . Si nce
was requi red to possess a copy of the Sacred Scriptures and          seventy-nine were in attendance in the 1845 school year .
to attend church on the Sabbath .                                     there may have been several teachers . Onl y the name of Dr .
                                                                                          .
                                                                      John Williams . A. M has come down to us and no modern school
The last page of t he publication was devoted to the school           board w ould employ him because of a lack of credent i als .
             o
rules . N profanity or immo r al practices were to be
to l e r ated . Students guilty of neglect of studies .               Although he was al ways called Dr . Williams . he had no PhD .
ungentlemanly behavior and conduct calculated to mar the                   .
                                                                      His MA. was an honorary degree conferred on him when he was
ha rmony of the school w ere not to be retained .                     twenty-five by Ohio University at Athens . He was almost
                                                                      entirely self-educated . an autodidact .
Not much is said about the curriculum . but one can ge t an
idea of the number of classes by read i ng the l i st of texts :              il
                                                                      John W l iams was born October 8. 1801. near Cumber land .
Ray ' s Arithmetic . M     itchell's Geography . Comstock's           Maryland . the son of Phoebe Smith and John Williams and the
Philosophy . Comstock's Chemistry . Ruschenberger's First             grandson of John Will i ams . a minuteman i n the Revolut i ona ry
Books of Natural History . HI's . Lincoln's Firs t Pr i nciples of    Wa r from New Jersey . In 1810 the family moved to western
Botany . Eaton and Wri ght 's North Ameri can 80tany . Preston ' s    Pennsylvania . camping out all the way . During this journey
Boo kk eep i ng . Young ' s Science of Government. Newman ' s         the nine year old boy . who had never attended school .
Mathemat i cal Course . Bullions' Latin and Greek Grammars and        mastered Pike ' s Arithmetic .
Reade r s . and the usual Latin and Greek Classics (Anthon ' s
ser i es . so far as publ i shed . ) For the really precoclous        As a young teenager he taught his f i rst school and obtained
student instruct i on in the French and German languages w      as    enough money to attend the Canonsburg Academy in
a1so offered .                                                        Pennsylvania for s i x months . his only formal education .
This institution of lea rning was l ocated Fi ve miles f rom           In the spring of 1816 his parents decided to move again .
Lancilste r on the Carrol l Pike near th e Presbyter i an Chu rch     this time fr om Fr anklin in Venango County PA to Ohio . The
in Greenf i eld Township. An article printed on page si xteen         family then had seven children . John . the oldest . was 15 .
of the Lancaste r Gazette~ 9 Feb 1890 (1) . written by                His siblings were stairsteps : Martha . 13: Sarah . 12; N   ancy .
J . T. Thompson of the Columbus Preparatory School s hows three       10 : David . 7: Catherine . 5 and Samuel . only 2. There were
pictures . One i s of Dr . John W l iams . the principal .
                                     il                               two other families on the flat-bottomed boat . Probably each
looking very st ern. The other two are of the small red brick         fam i ly had some fu r niture and farming too l s . and perhaps a
bui l ding where the classes were held . and the t hree-s t ory       dog and crate of chickens .
frame boarding house .
                                                                      It must have been an exciting time for young John . but the
Compared to modern campuses these facilities seem                     only incident that he ta l ked about in his old age was the
i nadequate : however . schools are best judged by the ir             vis i t to the Col onel Cr esap fami l y. One of the fel l ow
graduates . Ther'e is prese rved a catalogue which contains a         passengers had a copy of The Ohio and Mississippi N     avigator
list of al l the students from the academy's commencement in          which contained descriptions of channels and the names of
1839 until it s discontinuance in 1846 : a total of two               prominents citizens al ong the shore . John ' s father persuaded
hundred and fo rty-eight . This alphabetical list . which is In       the party to moor t he boat long enough for them t o look up
John W i am'S own hand . w
        ill                       as evident l y copied from an       the Cresaps who had been their ol d neighbors in Maryland .
earlier regist r ation book . The fact that most names are
accompanied by the location where the student sett l ed and               ar
                                                                      At M ietta they had to take a keelbo at up the Muskingum to
his occupat i on i ndicates that Dr. Wlliams . as far as
                                             i                        Zanesville . the i r dest i nation . They settled at Putnam and
possible . kept t rack of hi s boys the rest of their 1 ives .        lived there two or three years . John w    ent to an academy in
Fourteen became law        yers . t w ve physicians and nine .
                                     el                               Morgan County wi th the intention of attending si x months but
ministers . Some of the boys died i n the Union Army : several        the two teachers soon discovered that they could not teach
w ent to Califo r nia i n the Gold Rush . John Wickizer took the      him anything .
tr ouble to wri t e a letter of appre ci ation to his old t eache r
in 1858 . He had ta ken the overland route t o California i n         About this time his higher education real ly began . A
1849 and had stayed t w years .
                          o                                           Methodist circuit rider . named A rthur Elliot . st ayed over
                                                                      night once a month at the Williams' home . He lent the boy a
~lr . Thompson reported tha t the 1is t of reknowned men rrom         Greek New Testament . Perhaps by comparing the Eng l ish Bible
the academy w    ould read li ke a l i st from "Who's Hho . " Judge   with the Greek he learned this language .
Silas Wright . one of his stud ents . once was heard to remark
that he coul d name a judge in every s tate ~Iho had stud i ed        John became acquainted with Doctor Moore . a graduate of
         r                               en
und er O . Williams . A fe w of t he m cited by Mr . Thompson         Oxford University . England . w   ho possessed an extensi ve
are : Col. John M Connell . ,ludge John S. Brasee . the lion .
                     .                                                lib rary . rich in English literature . The boy took full
Thomas E   wing . Theodore Talmadge . Samuel A. Baxter . Dr .         advantage of his access to these books . His wonderful memory
Jos ep h I' reema n and Prof. II . Freed . the naturali st of         enabled him to store his mind with ma ny choice passages of
Fairfield Coun t y .                                                  literatur e which according to hIs son he was able to repeat
                                                                      verbatim years aft erwards . Also in Morgan County he met two
Although Fairfield Academy wa s a boys' school . apparelltly a        other hiahly educated gentl emen . 1\1 fred and George Martin .
few qirls attended . In his list of the elit e . Mr . Thompson        who taught him Greek and Latin .
mentions Mrs . Samuel Baxter and hi s own deceased wHe .
Elizabetll Feeman Thompson . who was a superior grammarian and        ~Ichn Williams' son Alfred. planned to write a biography of
math ematician . Among the students w       ere Dr . W  illinms'      hi s father and left notes and letters . Among this material
children . Ma ry and Alfred . The latt er became an attorn,~ y in     there is very little information on his fath er ' s young
Circlevine and later a clerk in the State Department in               manhood . For some time he read law under Judge Hanna of
Wa s hin~ton .                                                        flcConnels'lille and also taught school there. He taught his
                                                                      sister Catharine. It is probable that he taught these

oas     REPORT 31 :1 (1991)
 DR. JOHN WILLIAMS & GREENFIELD ACADEMY
 pr I mH i ve select schools for about twelve years: then he        This book was never completed . He suffered a stroke and died
 decided to study medicine. C. M.L.Wisemijn. in his book            August 10. 1879. at seventy-eight. lie is buried in Lancaster
 Colonial Lancaster. states that John Wi11iam~ attended the         in the German Lutheran and Presbyterian Cemetery.
 t1edical College of Cincinnati. Perhaps the course consisted
 of a series of lectures. He tried practicing. but was too          lIis son Alfred left some notes describing his father ' s
 soft-hearted to collect any fees. After this date he was           genius:
 known as Dr. Willi ams .
                                                                    "From his earliest years he manifested great fondness for
At the age of thirty-one. on Nov. 24.1831. he married               scientific studies. He was always in advance of his text
Isabella Williams of Lancaster. Ohio. This Williams family          books. In not a few instances he promulgated to his
~Ias not related to him. His father-in-law was also named           Greenfi e 1d cl as ses sc I en t1f1c theori es then unknown in the
John Williams. A son. Alfred. was born to the couple August         great schools of the world. He was familiar with the works
29. 1832. At about this tim,! he was living in Harveysburg in       of Newton and taught his science of astronomy in its fullest
Warren County. Since this town is not far from Cincinnati he        details. The stellar universe was as well known to him as a
may have been trying to earn a living by practicing                 timepiece is to the watchmaker.
medicine .
                                                                    "Great as he was in mathematics and natural philosophy he
On December 3. 1833 (71      Isabella received the following        was equally strong in languages. He read nearly the entire
letter from her mother:                                             body of the Greek and Lati n authors. Hi s copy of Cl ark's
                                                                    edition of Homer. published in 1826. bears marks of diligent
"My dear child. my dauter. my Isabela. I long to see you. I         study from the first to the last pages. He was particularly
wish you lived in this town. We can only glt a living If we         fond of the Greek poets and was accustomed to read them
travel the world over and I know you wud git a living here          aloud with great enthusiasm. For many years he read daily in
they are puting up another school here and I know he cud glt        the early morning a chapter or more of the Septuagint
in it if he wud rite to the dirrectors."                            version of the Old Testament.
This letter . which was folded to make an envelope and              "His knowledge of German was extensive and thorough. Many of
sealed. concluded. "You must not make fun of my righting you        the scholarly Lutheran divines of Lancaster . Ohio. were his
must be glad I can rite ataul."                                     intimate friends and nothing delighted him more than to
                                                                    listen to their German sermons. He admired the German poets
Evidently John heeded his mother-in-law's advice. He moved          and was particularly fond of reading aloud Klopstock and
hi s famll y to Fa i rfi el d County where he 1 I ved the rest of   other German authors . He spoke in the highest terms of
his 1 ffe following his true profession which was teaching.         Luther ' s vigorous translation of the Bible into German . Dr.
Three more children were born: Mary and Edwin. August 2.            Williams read the French and Spanish l anguages with
1834. and Fl Izabeth Victoria . [lecember 7.9. 1837. Edwin died     facn Hy.
in infancy.
                                                                    "The genius of Dr. Williams was best displayed by his
It  seems that the little school to which he was called             ability as a teacher. Almost his entire life was devoted to
gradually gained in academic prestige until in 1839 it              teaching . Even after the infirmities of age had caused him
became an academy. Not much has come down to us about               to abandon the school room he continued to charm his
Isabella's roll in the undertaking. The family lived in the         listeners in conversation by his lucid explanations of such
boarding house and someone had to take charge of feeding all        subjects as the spectrum and the analysis of light."
those teenaged boys.
                                                                    The Williams home was always the refuge of relatives in need
No reason is given for the demise of the academy in 1846. At        of care. His mother-in-law. Mary Kirkwood Williams . lived
that time public schools were gaining in Importance and in          with them many years. When Alfred's first wife . Louisa
1849 education was made compulsory in Ohio. From 1847 until         Hoffler. died. the grandparents cared for their three
1850 John Williams taught in a classical school in                  chil dren.
Lithopolis . He next served five years as the superintendent
of schools in Lancaster. He was not the first                       Alfred's son. John Cassel Williams. was a journalist and
superintendent. John S. Whitwell held that post at a sal ary        held a high office with the Southern Railway. He has no
of $600 per annllm according to ~icturesgue Lancaster. which        living descendants. Both daughters of John Williams became
stated. "the Lancaster schools have had many good                   teachers . Mary remained unmarried. the caretaker of the
superintendents but Dr. John Williams. in point of                  family. Elizabeth married Heis Eversole. She has two
scholarship. has had no superior or equal."                         granddaughters. a great grandson. a great granddaughter and
                                                                    four great great grandsons. One of Dr. Williams' great great
In 1856 he reU red to a small farm on the Mill ersport-             great grandsons is starting college this year. Facilities
Infirmary Pike where he devoted his time to writing text            for education are very different today from those of his
books . With his profound knowledge of Greek and Latin he was       forbear's time. And. there is much more to learnl
eminently suited to be a lexicographer. In 1869 A.S . Barnes
and Co. published his Readable Dictionary. His alphabetized                                     SOURCES
list of Greek and Latin roots shows thorough scholarship. In
1871 Barnes and Noble published The Parser's Manual . an            Catalogues of the Students of Greenfield Academy .      IB44-45.
elementary grammar with many references to English                    Ohio Gazette and Express Office J. Percival.          Printer.
literature .                                                          1845.
                                                                    Letters and notes written by Dr. John Williams and      his son.
In those days teachers received no pensions and the writing           Alfred Williams.
of textbooks was not always profitable as a letter to his           Letter written by Mary Kirkwood Williams
son Alfred . written August 27. 1873. testifies:                    Wiseman . C.M . L. CENHNNIIIL LIINCIISHR. 1898.
                                                                    Wynkoop. A.M. PlcTuRESQ(TfLANCAmli-; The Republican     Printing
"Dear Son : I am in need of a little money. Our usual                 Co .• Lancaster. OH. 1897.
resources in eggs and butter on which we have depended for          Lancaster Gazette. Feb. 9. ca.1890. page 16.
our supplies of groceries have entirely failed for the last
two or three weeks and we have no other marketing of any
account. Five or six dollars. if you could spare that much.          Written by the great granddaughter. Ruth Eversole. 1990 .
would supply my present necessities. I expect in a few days
to sell some copies of my Lexicon to the pupils of Lancaster
High. The Lancaster Board of Education have adopted both my
Lexicon and Parser as regular text books. I am getting up a
new book entitled "Curiousitles and Marvels of Mathematical
Science. " This book I had nearly complted twenty years ago.
It will embrace my method of geometrical analysis to the
solution of algebraic problems . "



OGS REPORT 3]:1 (]991l
                                             GREENFIELD ACADEMY & DR . JOHN WILLIAMS
An obviously old handwritten booklet is titled A GENERAL CATALOGUE OF THE STUDENTS OF GREENFIELD ACADEMY. FROM THE TIME OF
ITS Cor1~1[NC[fl[NT IN 1839 10 lliE lIH[ OF ITS DISCONrINUMICE IN 1846. Remarks: An asterisk (*l prefixed to a name indi cates
that the person is deceased. The dagger (tl indicates that the locality whose name is thus marked is the place in which
the individual settled in business . "
A RIGHT . HENRY                                                  FLING. GEORGE. NEW HAMPSHIRE
ALBRIGHT. GfORGE* . FAIRFIELD CO 011 . TANNER (NOTE #Il          FORD. JOHN T.. WI NCHESTER OH
ALBRIGHT , JACOB                                                 FORGAY . JAMES
ALBRI GHT . JOHN*                                                FRIED. ABRAHAM. FAIRFIELD OH t. FARMER
ANDERSON . ---                                                   GARAGHTY. EDWARO*. CIRCLEVILLE OH t
ANDERSON . SAHUEL                                                GAST. ---. MINISTER
ARNOLD . ---, PHYSICIAN                                          GIERIIART. MELVIN . LIBERTY TP
ASHBROOK. E. P" PLEASANTVILLE 0 t                                GLASSCOCK . SAMUEL*
ATWATER, DeWITT C. • CIRCLEVILLE                                 GLICK. ELIAS. LAFAYETTE IND •• PHYSICIAN
B H, SAMUEL G., FAIRFIELD CO t, FARMER                           GRAHAM . BENJAMIN R. • LOGAN
BEERY, GEORGE W SANDUSKY 0 t , LAWYER
                   .,                                            GRAYBILL . EDWARD. LANCASTER OH. SURVEYOR
BEERY. SIMON. BREMEN OH t . MERCHANT                             GRAYBILL. ISAAC. CARROLL OH t. FARMER
BENEDUM, AARON. WINCHESTER OH t                                  GRAYBILL . SAMUEL. SHELBY CO ILL . FARMER
BIDO I SON , AMON                                                GREENE. THOMAS . HOCKING CO
BLACK . CHARLES. PICKAWAY CO                                     GREINER. CHRISTIAN* . LANCAST ER DH t. TEACHER
BLACK. 0. 5. • BREMEN                                            GREINER. JACOB
BLACK. HENRY. MINISTER                                           GRIFFITH . JOSEPH. RUSHCREEK TP
BLACK. JOHN. BREMEN OH                                           GRUBB. JOHN Q.A .*. FAIRFIELD CO OH
BLACK. WI LUAM H.• PORTSMOUTH                                    HAMILTON. GEO. GREENFIELD TP
BOALL , ISAAC. PLEASANT TP .• M ISTER
                                  IN                             HAND SHY • -- -
BOOKWALTER . ISAAC H.• CIRCLEVILLE , MINISTER                    HARMAN. JOHN. PICKERINGTON OH
BOWER . ---. MILLERSPORT OH t . FARMER                                               .
                                                                 HARRISON. DIXON A • MO t LAWYER
BRAZEE . JOliN 5. • LANCASTER OH t . LAWYER                      HARRISON . JONAS . FAIRFIELD CO OH
BRECK. --- . CARROLL OH                                          HATCH. --- . L  OGAN OH
BROOKE , --- . GREENFIELD TP                                     HAVENS. JOSEPH . PHYSICIAN
BRUNDIDGE. JOEL H MINISTER
                      .•                                         HAYS . JOSEPH. FAIRFIELD CO OH
BUCHANAN. WILSON. PLEASANT TP                                    HAYS. PETER. MO
CAMPBELL . JAMES 0 . • FRANKL INT O OH
                                   N                             HEDGES. ---
CARLISLE . B.W.* . FAIRFIE LD CO OH t . FARMER                   HEDGES . SAMUEL* . BALTIMORE OH t. HOT ELKEEPER
CARLISLE, JAMES B.• FAIRFIELD CO OH                              HENDERSHOTT. JOHN . TUSCARAWAS CO
CARLISLE. JEFFERSO N FAIRFIELD CO OH
                         *.                                      HOLMES . -- -
CARNEY. TlIEODORE W DELAWARE CO
                       .•                                        HOMRIGHOUSE. LEWIS. BASIL OH
CARNS. ARTHUR                                                    HOOKER. JARED. FAIRF IELD CO 011 t . FARMER
CARNS . WILLIAM. SHELBY CO. ILL t                                HOOKER. RICHARD*. FAIRFIELD CO OH t. FARMER
CARPENTER , DAVID . CEDAR RAPIDS                                 HOOKER. SAMUEL
CARPENTER . HENRY . FAIRFIELD CO OH . PHYSICIAN                  HOPKINS. ---
CHANEY. HUGH . GROVEPORT OH t . PHYSICIAN                        HOSHOR. WASHINGTON. JEFFERSON OH
CHANEY. ,lAME S                                                  HUBER . HORACE . LAWYER
ClIANEY, OLI VER                                                 HULSE. --- . PICKAWAY CO OH
CHERRY. ---. MILLERSPORT OH                                      HUNTER. JAMES
CLAYPOLE. ISAAC* . FAIRFIELD CO OH t. FARMER                     HUNTWORK . JACOB . BALTIMORE OH
CLEMENS . --- . RUSHCREEK TP                                     HUTTON. JOHN* . FAIRFIELD CO OH t . FARMER
CLEMENS . ALFRED , RUSHCREEK TP                                  HUTTON. WILLIAM . FAIRFIELD CO OH t. FARMER
CLEMENT . JOSEPH W ROYALTON
                      .•                                         ILES. JACOB. HOCKING CO OH
COLE. THOMAS                                                     INGMAN . HENRY
COLE . THOMAS, ROYALTON. OH +                                    IRVIN. JOHN* . LANCASTER OH
COLLINS. ENOCH. LOGAN OH t . MERCHANT                            JENKINS. WILLIAM. FAIRFIELD CO OH t. FARMER
COLLINS, JESSE*, BERNE TP .• LOGAN OH . MERCHANT                 JONES. DAVID. PORTSMOUTH
COLLINS . JOHN A.• FRANKLIN CO .                                 KELLER . SIMON P.*. FAIRFIELD CO OH t
COLLINS , PHILEMON N. • FRANKLIN CO                              KEMMERER . EMANUEL*. FAIRFIELD CO OH
COLMAN. MICHAEL                                                  KERNS. ISAAC* . FAIRF IELD CO OH t. FARMER
CONNELL. JOHN M LANCASTER OH t . LAWYER
                   .•                                            KISTLER. RUBEN. FAIRFIELD CO OH
COULSON. HENRY. GREENFIELD TP                                    KNEPPER. ---
COURTRIGHT , -- - , GREENCASTLE OH. FARMER                       KOONTZ . ---
COURTRIGHT . CYRAS. GREENCASTLE OH                               KREIDER. EDWIN*
CRAWFORD . --- . CRAWFORD CO OH                                  LAMB. ---
CRAWFORD . - -- . CRAWFORD CO OH                                 LANGWORTHY . OWEN P.• W  INCHESTER OH
CROUSE, --- . PICKAWAY CO                                        LEFEVER. ---
CULP, LEWIS. PICKAWAY CO                                         LEWIS. E.E .• LANCASTER OH
CUNNINGHAM . JOHN. WINCHESTER OH                                 LEWIS. EDWARD. CHILLICOTHE OH t SADLER
DARNELL . - --. GROVEPORT OH t, MERCHANT                         LOCKARD . THOMAS . CALIFORNIA t
DAVIDSON, ANDREW , LANCASTER OH , PHYSICIAN                      LYLE. AARON. MILLERSPORT OH t
DENNISON . NELSON* . LAWYER                                      HARTIN. EVI
DRAKE, LEMUfL*. MINISTER                                         MARTIN . SAMUEL
DRAKE , SAMUEL F. *. LOGAN OH                                    HcCARTHY . - --
DUBLE , HENRY                                                    McCLEERY. JAMES . BLUFTON IA. PHYSICIAN
EBRIGHT. ENOCH. VIOLET TP                                        McFARLAND. JOHN. FAIRrIELD CO OH t . FARMER
EWING, DAVID. FAIRFIELD CO OH t . FARMER                         McNEILL. CORBIN. ROSS CO
EWING, JOIIN*. LANCASTER OH                                      McNEILL. ROBERT* . LANCASTER OH
[W I NG. TlIOKAS* , LANCASTE R OH +, LAWn R                      MEASON . ELIJAI~. GREENFIELD TP t. FARMER
FAIRCHILD . WILLIAM W HAVENSPORT OH
                          ..                                     MEASON. ISAAC*. GREENFIELD TP
FINCK. - - - . HOCKING CO                                        MILLER. JAMES. COLUMBUS. OH t
FINCK, ELIAS. HOCKING CO                                         MILLER. JOASH*. CIRCLEVILLE OH t
FINCKOONE, HENRY , LIBERTY TP                                    MILLER. JOHN C. • CLEARCRREK OH t
FINCKBONE, WILLIAM H.                                            MILLER. WM . B.• FINDLAY HANCOCK CO OH t . FARMER
FINEFROCK. THOMAS PETER. SANDUSKY t, LAWYER                      MOORE. LEVI. BLOOM
FLATTERY. JONATHAN . AUSTRALIA t. PIIYSICIAN                     MYERS, - --
FLATTERY. JOSIAH                                                 MYERS. LEWIS. UNION CO PA
FLATTERY . LUCAS. WOOSTER OH                                     NIGH.
FLATTfRY. WILLIAM S.• GREfNFIELD TP                              NIGH. ELIAS. PICKAWAY t

OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)
GREENf IELD ACAD EHY
NIGII. ISREAL. CLEARCREEK                                            SNIVELY. WILLIAM J .• LANCASTER 011
NISLEY . A.• PLEASANT lP                                             SOLIDAY. JOHN* PHYSICIAN (NOTE #1)
NOURSE . -- -                                                        SPRAGUE. ---
NOURSE. ---                                                          STAGE. NAPOLEON
OREN . JESSEE. DAUPHIN CO PA                                         STAILEY . JACOB J . • BERNE STATION
ORMAN. HENRY . CALIFORNIA t                                          STANBERRY. --- . FAIRFIELD CO OH t FARMER
PAUL. TRUMAN E.• CRAWFORD CO OH                                      STRIPE. JACOB
PENCE . DAVID*. FAIRFIFLD CO t. FARMER                               STRIPE . JACOB . FAIRFIELD CO 011
PERRY . HORACE . LANCASTER OH t                                      STRONK. GABRIEL . SURVEYOR
PERRY . O. H.*. LANCASTER OH t                                       SWEITZER. JOHN* . FAIRFIELD CO OH t
PETERS . ---- . MARION OH                                            TALBOT . EDWARD . BALTIMORE OH
PETERS . RENJAMIN W LANCASTER OH
                      ••                                             TALLMADGE . JAMES*. LA NCASTER OH
PETERS . HENRY WILLIAM . HOCKING TP                                  TALLMAN . --- . PICKAWAY CO
PETERS . NEWTON*                                                     TALLMAN . DOUGLAS . PICKAWAY CO
PETERS. SAMUEL G.• HOCKING TP                                        TOMLINSON . AARON . HAVENSPORT OH
PETERS. WI LSON                                                      TONG . HOSEA B.• LA NC ASTER OH t
PETERS . WILSON. MARION OH                                           TROWBRIDGE . REESE . KINGWOOD VA
PETERS. ZABULON . FAIRFIELD CO OH t . FARMER                         TWIGG . JOHN F.• LIBERTY TP
POORMAN. DANIEL . CALIFORNIA . PHYSICIAN                             VAN METER . --- . PICKAWAY
POORMAN . HENRY H.*. GREENFIELD TP                                   VAN PEARSE . JOHN* . LANCASTER OH
PUGH . JAMES . WALNUT TP                                             WAGENHALS . MELANCTHON . LANCASTER OH t . PHYSICIAN
RADEBAUGH . JOHN                                                     WEAKLEY . OlllO
RENSHAW. JOSEPH                                                      WEAVER. SAMUEL . PUTNAM CO OH t . FARMER
RICKETTS. ---                                                        WEAVER. SOLOMON . FAIRFIELD CO OH t . FARMER
RICKETTS. ---                                                        WELSHHEIMER . ---
RUNNER . F. A.• LOGAN OH                                             WHI TE . THOMAS
SALTER . WILLIAM                                                     WHITEHURST . M.C .. CIRCLEVILLE OH
SANDERSON . ALEXANDER . LANCASTER t. PRINTER                         WICKIZER. JOHN H.OE .• BLOOMI N GTON ILL t. LAWYER
SANDERSON. GEORGE . AUSTRALIA t                                      WILLIAMS . ALFRED . CIRCLEVILLE OH t. LAWYER
SANDERSON. ST.CLAIR . CINCINNATI t PRINTER                           WILLIAMS. JAMES . LIBERTY
SCHLEICH. NEWTON. LANCASTER OH t. LAWYER                             WILLIAMS . WILLIS
SCOTT . WILLIAM. ROYALTON. MINISTER                                  WILLIAMSON . --- . ROYALTON OH t
SEEDS. JAMES. BLOOM                                                  WILLIAMSON. --- . ROYA LTON 011 t
SHAEFFER . ANDREW. CIRCLEVILLE +. PHYSICIAN                          WILSON. AMBROSE
SHAEFfER . CHARLES . LANCASTE R OH t. LAWYER                         WILSON . THOMAS A.• CARROLL
SHAEF FE R. FRANKLIN W TEXAS t
                         ••                                          WRIGHT. SILAS II .. LOGAN OH t . LAWYER
SHAEF f ER . JOHN* . LANCASTER OH                                    WRIGHT . WILLIAM . LOGA N OH
SHAFFER . ---. GREENFIELD TP                                          YGUM
                                                                     W . G. J •• LANCASTER OH t. HOTELKEEPER
SHAW. VI RGI L E.. LANCASTER 011 t. LAWYER                           YOUNG . WI LLI AM
SHISLER. ABRAHAM . COLUMBUS ILL t . MINISTER                         ZIMMERMAN . ---. MIN ISTER
SHISLER. EMANUEL . FAIRFIELD CO OH t . FARMER                        ZINK. ---
SHI SL[R . REUBEN
SHUREK. WILLIAM. HOCKING CO                                          248
SITES. GEO. L.• LAWY     ER
SMITH . A~IOS . CHILLICOTHE OH t . LAWYER                            NOTE ' I : "DIED IN UNION ARMY NEAR SAVANNA GA"

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GREEnFIELD ACADEMY

  LIST FROM 1844/1845 CATALOGUE                 SAUTER. DAVIS. FAIRFIELD 1845
                                                SCHLEICH. tlEIHOI/ . AIIANDA TP •• FAIRFIELD CO 1845
ALLIN. THEODORE . GREENFIELD 1844               SCHNEIDER. HENRY . LANCASTER 1844
ATWATER . DE WITT C•• CIRCLEVILLE 1844          SCHNEIDER . JOHN . LAI/CASTER 1844
Ali-lATER. OJ: IJITT C•• CIRCLEVILLE 1845       SIIAEFFER. A. H•• MADISON TP 1845
 Bi\UGllt-li\N. OLIVER . HOCKING TP 1845        SHISLER. ABRAHAM. LIBERTY TP 1845
 BEACH. THDfIAS. ROYALTON 1845                  SHISLER. REUBEN. LIBERTY 1845
 BEALL. ISAAC. PLEASANT 1844                    SITES . GEO.L •• FAIRFIELD CO 1845
 BEERY. 5. 5 •• BERN 1844                       SOLIDAY. JOHN. WALNUT 1845
 BENTON. 0 • • PICKAWAY CO 1845                 SPRAGUE. N. II •• 141NCHESTER 1845
 BLACK . JAMES K •• RUSHCREEK TP 1845           STAILEY. J . J • • PLEASANT 1844
 BRAZEE. JOHN S.. LAilCASTER 1845               STAILEY. J . J •• PLEASANT TP 1845
 BRECK . SAt-IUEL . CARROLL 1845                SWEITZER. JOHN . GREENFIELD lB45
OROOKE. IN\ES . GREEflFIELD 1844                TALBOTT . BENJAMIN. BALTIMORE WI 1845
CARI'IE S. 1m . • AI·IANDA 1845                 TAL BOTT. E0I4ARD . BAL T I HORE 011 1844
CARPENTER . DAVID . OERIl TP 1845               TALBOTT . EDWARD . BALTIMORE 011 1845
CARR . RICI~RD . TUSCARAWAS CO 1344             TALLMAN. DOUGLAS . PICKAWAY CO 1844
CIiAilfY. OLIVER. IlLOOfl 1844                  TALUmN . LA FAYETTE . PICKAHAY 1845
CIIERHY . JOIIiI . HIILlIUT TP 1845             TorlLPISON . AARON. IIi\VENSPORT 1844
CONNELL . JOHN . LANCIISTER IG45                VANtiEfER. EZRA . PICKA\4AY 1845
COULsml. HINRY c. . GREUIFIELIl 1845            WALTERS. JACOB M•• PLEASANT 1844
COX . JOliN . BAll 1110Rl 011 1845              WEAKLY . OHIO K .. GRE[NFI[LD 1844
CRAHFORO . JOHtl. BLOQli 1844                   WEAVER . SOLOMON . PLEASANT TP 1845
DAUGHERTY . 1111 •• PICKAUAY 1845               WELSHHIER . PIlILiP . At1ANDA TP .. FAIRFIELD CO 1845
DENNison. N.W .. GREENFJ[LD 1844                ~IELSHHIER . PIli LIP. AliANDA 1844
DEN NISON . N.H • • GRE[NFIELD 1845             WICKIZER. JAHES H•• GREENFIELD 1845
DRAKE . LEt-IUEL r •• LOGAN 1844                WILLIAMS. ALFRED . GREENFIELD 1844
ElIIIIG . JOHN . LArlCASTER 1845                WILLIAMS . ALFRED . GREENFIELD 1845
FAI1ULEtIE.R . WI LlI A11. PI CKAHIIY CO 1845   WILLIAMS. WILLIS F •• LANCASTER IB45
FINEFROCK . PETER . AHANDA 1845                 WILLIAHS . Z.C •• MADISON TP 1845
FLATTERY . JbnATHAN . GREENFIELD 1845           WILLIAHSON. LEVI 1845
FOSTER . FREDERICK . LANCASTER 1845             WILSON . A.W •• GREENFIELD 1844
FREED . ABRAHAM . PLEASANT 1844                 WILSON . A. H•• GREENFIELD TP 1845
GARAGHTY . ED~IARD . LANCASH R 1845             WRIGHT . S.H •• HOCKING CO 1844
GIEI~IIART. IIELVIN . L1flERTY 1844             HRIGIIT . SILAS II .. IIOCKING CO 1845
GRA!lAl1 . GEORGE . HOCKING 1844
GRAYBILL. SAMU[L R• • GREENFIELD 1845
GRIFFITH. DAVID . AUBURN TP 1844
GRIFFITH . JAMES. AMANDA 1844
HARDY. THotMS E•• LANCASTER 1844
!lARRISON. DIXOll A•• ROYALTON 1845
HAVENS. ISAAC B•• GREENFIELD 1844
HAVENS . JOSEPH M•• GREENFIELD 1844
HAY . JOSEPH . AtIANDA 1844
IIEDG[S . SAIIUEL . PICKAI4AY CO 1844
HEDGES . SAIIUEL . PICKAIMY CO 1845
HEDGES . HM •• PICKAWAY CO 1845
HENDERSHOTT . JO!lll. TUSCARAI·IAS CO 1844
HENDERSON . DAV I D. GUERNSEY CO . 1845
HIT( . GEO . LITHOPOLIS 1845
HOOKER . JARED . GREENFIELD 1845
HOOKER . JARED. GREENrlELD 1844
1I00KER . RICHARD . GRIENFIELD 1845
HOOKER . RICHARD . GREENFIELD 1844
HamaR . SM:UU . GREENFIELD Ifl45
IIUB[R . GEO .• ROYALlON 1845
HUTTON . JOHN . GREENFIELD 1845
IIUTTON . HILLIMI . GREENFJ[LD 1845
 IRVIN. JOHN . LANCASTER 1845
JENKINS. WH •• PLEASANT 1844
JULIEN . De L . F. 1845
KAEliI1ERER. EIIAtIUEL . PLEASAIH ltlH
KAEIII1EREH . E ~lAH UEL . PLEASAIH 11145
KERNS . ABNER . ROSS CO 1844
KER~IS. I~;AAC . CLEARCREEK TI' 1844
KOONTZ. S.C •• BERN 1345
KREIDER. E. C•• LANCASTER 1844
LEFEVER. HUIRY C• • I~ATERLO() 1845
HcCLE[P-Y. JA:IES . GREENFIELD 1845
:'cFARLAlili . JOliN. GR[[IIFIELlJ 1845
IIcIlEILL . CORBIt! . ROSS CO 11144
t-IcNEILL. ROBERT . LANCASTER 18 ~ 5
II IL L[R . .1(lIIAT IIIIN. 1I0CKI :IG 1i145
linRS . GIO '.4 •• LAIICASTER liW,
IrIKlr.I: . IIIC!lIIfL. IIAGERSTml1i HD 1844
NOU RS E. dOS[PIi . LANCASTER 1845
P~LlI[R. D•• THORIIVILL[ 184!i
poom·1Ail. II.A . • CARROLL l lWi
PIIATT. r .11 •• ClllSTEIl CROSS 110ADS 184,1
!:[BUL IIrIIRY. PICKIlIIAY 184'1
Ilf EDY . COIIRAD . AI·IAlmr. 1845
RICKfTTS. JESSE. 8LaOI-I 184!i
ROLAND. ~;AIIUEL. GREEIiFIELD 1845
RUTilERFOItU. C. H•• RICIILAIID TP 1B44
SilL fEll. IIlLLlAl·l. PORTSllouril 1845


OGS REPORT 31: I () 991)                        5
GRl~IiF..lUD   AC@EMY
TII[ FOLlOl-JlNG ARTICLE H~S PUBLlSII[IJ IN TIlE LMICP.~!ll!          CllrHlfLL. COL.JOH~I 11 • • 1ST COL. 17TH 01110 UNION ARilY
GAZETTE . DATE UNKNOWN . ALFRED WILLIAMS. BORN 1832 . DIED IN         COULSON . HENRY
~E ,illS LIVING AT THE TII·IE OF PUBLICATION or TillS LIST.           COURTRIGHT.
                                                                      COURTRIGHT. CYRUS
GR[[IIFIELD ACADEl1Y HAS THE IIOST CELEBRATED MID DESERVEDLY          COX. JOHN
POPUI.AR INSTITUTION OF LEARNING KIIOHN TO FAIRFIELD COUNTY .         CRA\'FORD. OF CRAWFORD CO OH
IT HAS FOUnDED BY OR. JOHN WILLIAIIS III TilE YEAR 1830. AND          CULP. LE\H 5
RA~1 A SUCCESSFUL CAREER OF I G YEARS. CLOSI NG I N THE YEAR          CUNNI NGHAM. JIW
1846. OR. \/ILLIAI·IS WAS ONE or THE GREAT SCHOLARS ArID              DARNELL. OF GROVEPORT
EDUCATORS OF TilE TI~IE Arm HE DREW ABOUT IIIfI AND TO HI S           DAUGHERTY. \-1M
SCHOOL MArlY YOUNG 11EN HHO HAD A THIRST FOR LEARNING Aim 1·1110      DAVIDSON. DR.A.
SUBSEOUOHL'( FILLED HONORABLE POS IT IONS 1N LI FE. HE GIVE           DENNISON. NELSON \L. LAW . m 111SS IIANSON . TO IOWA
IIfRfliiTIi TilE NMIES OF srUDENTS WilD AlTENDED GREEIIFIELD          DRAKE. REV.LEt-!.
AC,'DI::IY. ALPIIAl~ETICALLY ARRNAGED AND WITIIOUT REGARD TO TilE     DUBBLE. HENRY
TERM (lR YEARS OF THEIR ATTEIlIlANCE . THERE IS NO tlfASURE OF        EBRI GHT. EIIOCH
VALUE FOil SUCII SERVICES AS DR. JOliN WI LlIIIHS REtIDfRfD TO THE    fill Nr,. D.WI D
PfUPLE or IHIS COUNTY DURltlG HIS USEFUL L1FI: .        TilE LITTLE   EWI NG. JOfItl
RED SCHOOLHOUSE. KNOWN AS GREEIIF I UD ACADUIY. HAS TOIlN 001-11'1    EWING. THOS. SUP . CT.JUDGE IN KANS . 0 NEW YORK CITY
A rE\1 YEARS SINCE AriD A FR~ME DI·IELLlIlG ERECTED IN ITS PLACE.     FMRCHILD. WI·I.W.
THE OLD BUILDING WAS ABOUT FIVE MILES DISTANE FROM                    FALTTERY. LUCAS
LANCASTER. 011 THE CARROLL PIKE. AND JUST A FEH YARDS TillS           FINCK. ELIAS
SIDE OF TIlE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN GREENFIELD TlIP. OF TIlE          FINKBONE. HENRY
BOYS WHOSE NAMES HAVE BEEN RECORDED BUT FEW REMAIN. DEATH             FINKOONE. W.H.
11115 CLAWED TilE LARGE MAJORITY or TII[l1.             DR. DAVID     FINNEFROCK. T.P .
CARPENTER. DR. II.W.CARPENTER. JUDGE BRASEE. ALFRED WILLIAMS.         FLATTERY. JONAT'N
OLlV[R P. CHANEY. E.C.KREIDER. DR . A. DAVIDSON & JOliN               FLATTERY. JOSIAII
l~cFARLAND    ARE WELL KNOWN TO READERS OF THE GAZETT[.               rLATTERY. W11 . S.
E. P. ASIIBROOK. NOW 110RE TIMN FOUR SCORE IS LI VI IIG I tl          FLI NG . GEO
ILLlOIIiS. ISAAC CLAYPOOL IS ALSO ONE OF TilE LIVING. AS IS           FQRD . JOHN T.
L. L. ROCKEY OF L1IlERTY. DAVID PUKf AND SAi1UEL II. AlmfHS()tl       rORGAY. JAS
ARE WELL KtiOUN FARI·IERS OF PLfA •• •• [article cut off)             FOSTER. F .A •• JR .
                                                                      FREED . ABRAlmM. PROF •• EDUCATOR
IlL BR I GIlT . GEO                                                   GARAGIITY. EOW
AUlRIGIlT. HEIIRY                                                     G,'ST. REV.
ALBRIGHT. JACOB                                                       GIERIIART. MELVIII
ALBRIGIIT. JOHN                                                       GLASSCOCK. SAML
ALLEtI. THEOIlORE                                                     GLI CK. ELI AS
ARNOLD. DOCTOR                                                        GRAHNI. BENJ . R.
A51IBIWOK. [.P • • tim, LIVING WIIIDSOR ILL                           GRAYBILL. EDWARD. TREAS FA I RFIELD CO
ATWATER. DE W.C .                                                     GRAYBI LL. ISAAC
BAUGIHIAN. OLI VER                                                    GRAYBILL. SAHL G•• m A CARLISLE: IN SHELBY CO ILL
BEACII. TIIOS                                                         GREEt! . THOMAS
IlEALI.. REV.ISAAC                                                    GREINER. CHRISTIAIl
BEERY, GEO W LAHYER UPPER SANDDUS~Y
                  ••                                                  GRE I NE R. JACOB
BEERY. SMIL. S.                                                       GRIFFITH. DAVID
BEERY. SIMON . DIED URBANA OH                                         GRI FF ITII . JAr1ES
6EWIOUH. AMON                                                         GRIFFITH. JOS .
BENTON. O.                                                            GRUBB. JOHN O.iI .
BIDDI SON. A.                                                         HAl11 LlON . GEO
BLACK. CHARLES                                                        HARDY. THOS. E.
BLACK. D. S.                                                          HARt10N. JOHN
BLACK . HENRY                                                         HARRISON. Dixon A.
BLACK. JOHN                                                           HARRISON. JONAS
BUICK. 1111.11.                                                       HAVENS. ISAIIC Il.
BOOKHAL TEl!. REV. ISAAC H.                                           HAVENS. JOS.t1.
BI!ASEE. JOH:I S •• LAWYER OF LANCASTER OH                            HAVENS. JOSEPH
BRECK. SAI·1UEL                                                       HAY. JOSEPH
BROOK. JAt1ES OF GREENFIELD                                           HAY . PETER
BRUNDIDGE. J.H.                                                       HEDGES. SAt·IUEL
BUCfIANAN. WILSON                                                     HENDERSHOTT. JNO
BUSH. SAt~UEL G.                                                      HENDERSON . DAVID
CAHPBELl. JAS .                                                       HilL GEO
CARLISLE. BASIL W PROMINENT CITIZEN THIS COUNTY
                        ••                                            110HRI GHOUSE. L.
CARL ISLE. JAS B.                                                     HOOKER. JARED
CARLISLE. JAS •• DIED IN ARK .                                        HOOKER. RICHARD
CARLISLE. JEFFERS'N                                                   HOOKER. SAMUEL
CARNES. ARTHUR                                                        HOSHOR. "ISH'T'N
Cill!NES. WI·I.                                                       HUBER. GEORGE
CARNOY. THEO W.                                                       HUBER. HORACE
CARPENTER. DR.DAVID OF CHICAGO                                        HUNTER. JAt·1ES
CARPENTE R. fl.fl.                                                    HUNHIORK. JACOB
CARR. RICIIARD                                                        HUTTml. JOHN
CIiAIIEY . HUGH                                                       HUTTOIl. 'II~.
CHANEY. JAI·IF.S                                                      ILES. JACOB
CIlIINEY. OLIVER P.                                                   I NGtIAN. HENRY
CHERRY. JOliN                                                         IRVIN . JOHN
CLAYPOOl.. ISAAC                                                      JEllKINS . \m .
CLEIIEllT. JOS.W .                                                    JONES. DAVID
CLEt-IEIITS. A1.FREO                                                  JULI iltl. r. L.
COLE. R[V. TIIOS                                                      KELl.En. Slt10N P.
COLEIIIIII. mCH'L                                                     K[t1ERER. EM' L
COLLlIIS. ENOCII                                                      KERNS. AOtiER
CllLLlilS. J[SSE                                                      KERNS. ISIIAC
COLLI liS. JOHtI r,.                                                  K1STU.R . REUB[N
COLLI liS. Pili L[I·iON                                               KOOrnZ. S. C.


OGS REPORT 31: 1 (I991l
GREENFIELD ACADEMY

KREJO£R. E. C.• POSTMASTER JACKSONVILLE ILL                       ULBOT. EDWARD
LMIGHORTlIY . O.P .                                               TALLMADGE. JAS s/o DIIRIUS ; 0 IN SO.AMERICII
LErE V . II. C.
         fR                                                       TALLNM!. BROTHER or DOUGLASS
I.ElllS . E. E.                                                   TALLMAN. DOUGLAS
LEWIS . ED •• CHILLICOTIIE                                        TALLMAN. LaFAEYTTE
LOCKART . THOI·IAS 11 ARRIED SISTER OF [ . C. KRElD[R. TO CALIF
                         ·                                        TOMLINSON. AARON
LYLE . AAROII                                                     TONG . H.B.
:1I1RT 11'1 . EVI                                                 TROWBRIDGE . REESE
fIARTIN . SAr1UEL                                                 TWIGG . JOHN F.
HcCIIRTY. REV                                                     VIIN fIETER. EZRII
j·lcCLEERY . JAS                                                  VAN PEARSE. JOliN
flcF IIRLA ND. JOHN                                                                        .•
                                                                  WAGENHALS . DR . PHILIP M DR . IN LANCASTER
IIcNEILL . CORBIN                                                 WALTERS. JACOB M    .
McNEILL. DR . ROBT                                                I,EAKLEY , OTHO
I·I EASON . ELI JAB                                               I-IEAVER . SAI·IUEL
11EASON. I SA/\C                                                  VlEAVER . SOLOIION
MEYER S. LEWIS                                                    WELSHEIMER . PHIL
MI LL[R . JAS                                                     WHITE . TIlOfIAS
111 LLER . JOAB                                                   WHITEHURST , M.C.
111LLfll. JOHN C.                                                 WICKIZER . JOHN . LAW . MAYOR BLOOMINGTON ILL
MILLER. JONATHAN                                                  WILLIAMS . ALFRED (NOTE II)
11ILLER. W.B .                                                    HILLlAI1S. E. C.
fIOORE, LEV I                                                     WI LllAI1S . JAf1ES
NIGH . ELIAS . IIERCHANT . MOVED TO IRONTOtI OH                   WILLIAMS . WILLIS
NIGH , JARED                                                      WILLIAMSON . LEVI
NIKIRK, MICIIAEL                                                  WILSON. AMBROSE
NISLEY, A..                                                       WILSON. THOS A.
NOURSE. JOS . G.                                                  WRIGHT, SI LAS H., COM.PL . JUDGE FAIR . CO .
OREN . JESSE                                                      I-IRIGIIT , 101M.
ORMAN . HEIIRY                                                    f1YGUfl . GEO . J .
PALfIER . D.                                                      YOUNG, YlM
PAUL , TRUI·IAN E.                                                 ZIMMERMAN . SUPPOSED OF LANCASTER
PENCE . DAVID                                                      ZIIIK .
PERRY . IIORACE
PERRY . O. H.                                                     259
PETErl S. IIf NRY W    .
PETERS , JAS W       .                                            NOTE #I ; THE ONLY SON OF DR . JOHU WILLlAf1S. liE HAS AT ONE
PETERS . NfWTON                                                   TillE PROSECTUR I NG ATTORNEY OF THI S COUNTY . HE MARRI ED NI SS
PETEllS . SAtI G.                                                 HOHLER . NIECE OF H. H. HUrlTER . NOW A CLERK IN STATE DEPT ..
PETERS . WILSON OF MA RIO N OH                                    WASHINGTON DC
PETERS . ZEBULON
POORIIIIII. DAN IE L
POORIIAN . HfNRY II.
PRATT , r .lI .
PUGII . JAS
RADEBAUGII . JOHN
REDER . HE NRY OF PICKAWAY
REEDY . CONRAD
RENSIIAW . JOS
RI CKE TTS . JESSE                                                       :, ;

ROCKEY . ESQ. L. L.
ROLAllfJ. SIIIIUEL
RUNlml . F . A.
RUTIIEltFORD . C.W.
SALTER . IJI LLI All
SMIDERSOII . ALEX
SAtIDERSON . GEO
SAlmEltSOII . S1.C.
SCIIL[JCH . NEylTON
SCIHI[JDER . IIfNRY
SClitlEIDER . JOHN
SCOTT . Rl V.1111.
SEEDS . JAIIES
SI'AErrfR. CII.~S F.
SIIIIfJrER . OIL
,)IIAUTER. FIU I.
 SIIII[fHR . HOIRY
SHllrrrER . JOIIII
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SPRIIGUE. II. H.
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STIIL'Y •• J.J .
STANBURY . OF GREfNFIELD
STRIPE . Jilcon
STRUtll:. GABIHEL
Sllf I TZE R. JOIItl
TALBOT. BUI.JIIIIIII


OGS nEPORT 31 :1 (1991)
                                  OHIO SCHOOL RECORDS
                KEIFER SCHOOL, NO.4, LAWRENCE TWP., STARK CO ., OHIO
                           Sept . 14, 1903       April 29,1904

  submi tted by Jean Shetler , 520 Meredith Lane #306, Cuya hoga Fall s OH 44223

This school located on NE corner of #93 and Orville St ., Lawrence Twp . Th e l and
f or schools was set aside by the state when townships were or ganized . This
school was s i tuated on the section owned by William REINOEH L, and later by John
&Mar y M                           AN
         agdalene (REINOEH L) GESAM , known as Vinega r Hill. Th e photograph
shows a reunion at this school in 1907.




ANDERSON, GRACE               GROFF, ZELLA                 LINN, PEARL
ANDERSON, MARY                HAINES, HARRY                LONGWORTH, RALPH
ARNOLD, ODELLA                HAINES, MAY                  LONGWORTH, ROY
ARNOLD, ODESSA                HAINES, PAU  L                    S,
                                                           MARK DAISY
ARNOLD, WARREN                HALL, BERDELLA               MAXH EIMER, HARRY
BOWMAN, BERTHA                HARDGROVE, RAY               MAYER, ELLSWORTH
BOWMAN, NELLI E               HARDGROVE~, CH LOE           MAYER, MARION
BOWMAN, VIOLET                HERBST, GRACE                 O
                                                           R WE, BLANCHE
CLARK, LOGAN                  JONES, MELVILLE              ROWE, IVA
CORMANY, GEORG E              KIMMICK, LENA                ROWE, JOY
CORMANY, JAMES                K         SSE
                               URTZ, RU LL                 ROWE, MYR TLE
CORMAN MAY
      Y,                      KURTZ, STEPHEN               RUCH, I VAN
DAPP, MAY                     KURTZ, WALTE R               RUCH, RALPH
DAPP, SUS IE                  LEVERS, EDITH                SWITZER, WILLIE
DITTMAR, CLARE NCE            LEVERS, HELEN                WILSON, JOHN
DITTMAR, HELEN                LEVERS, OLIN                 WRIGHT, CLARENCE
EVANS, PAULINE                LEVERS, SUV ILLA             YOUNG, ALVIN
FARMER, BIRDIE                LEWI S, ALI CE               YOUNG, CARO LINE
GESAMAN, CHARLES              LEWI S, LILY
GESAMAN, IDA                  LEWIS, SARAH
GESAMAN, RUTH                 LINN, CURTI S
GROFF, MARGUERITE             LINN, HOMER

OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (1991)                     8
                                              OHIO SCHOOL RECORDS
       COMMENCEMENT, CENTRAL HIGH, BARBERTON, SUMMIT CO ., OHIO, 6 FEB 1919

   submitted by Jean Shetler, 520 Meredith Lane #306, Cuyahoga Falls OH 44223

                                                       'PROGRAM

                  Orchestra                                                     Selected
                  Inllocation                                     'R..ev. W. E. Bovey
                  Trio                               "Come' ~¥here the Lilie.:! Bloom"
                             Gladys 'R..asor, Camilla Cline, Agnes Parker.
                  Salufatory                                     Conduct and Sm)ice
                                              Hilda Her7JJick.
                  fingers Serenade                  Cornel Solo, with Violin Obligato
                                   Opal SWinhari, Miss Bowman.
                  C/a:u Will                                           Adolph Mandel
                  Va Ie diclory                                  The Dawn 0/ Pwce
                                              Pauline Head.
                  Solo-HAn Open Secrel                                       Woodman
                                              Pearl Warner.
                  C/a33 fiddrw                         Hon. 'D. C, Cole, Findlay, O.
                  'Presentation 0/ Diploma3.
                  ClaM Song.
                  [fJerndiclion                                  Rev. H. W. SteD>art

                                         Clas3 Mollo: Sine laboTe nihil.
                                        Class Colors: Green and While.
                                          Class Flower: While Rose.

                                                 HONOR STUDENTS:

                  Pauline Head                              Hilda Hemick
                  Ernest Johns                             Lois McNeil
                                                     Bertha Shetler
                                                      CLASS ROLL:
                  'Pearl [Beyer                                Helen Genevlve McQulgr
                  Camilla Gerlrude G. CJlm                     ~Villiam   Henr:y Palmer
                  Harrid Gllm Deal                            .Ilene. May Parker
                  Glady. Evalyn Gray                          Glady. Glizabelh 'R.alor
                  Paul Gr.. nwood Hampp                        Gugenla Alarie 'R.ome.lant
                  Velma Pauline Head                           :Berlha Pearl Sheller
                  Hilda Marie HeruJick                         G.lh.r C. Snyder
                  Ern ..1 Vidor johns                         jam .. jay SnJlder
                  .\1ar,uorite julia Krau•                     Opal Mar,.nd S"'/nhart
                  ./1dolph Herman Mandel                       Pearl Mae Warner
                  Loll ./1rlynn·MeN.il                        jennie Luile Werg ..
                  Doroth:y Lucile McQuiU                    Glizabolh 'R.olam.a W cilenborne
                                                   Cabl. Lawrence Zcn&a
                                             No pre.. nll lal(en 10 the plal/orm.




OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)                                       9
                     VERMILION, OHIO SCHOOL RECORDS
                    OF NELLIE GOLDSMITH (1884-1892)

  The following records were extracted from a ledger book kept
  by Nellie A. Goldsmith when she taught at various Sub
  District   schools  in  the  Vermilion,  Erie County  School
  District. She taught until March 1892 when she married Lewis
  A. Smi th. The record book was t.hen used to keep farm cash
  receipts.   The record book is in the possession of Mrs.
  William Henze of Ft.Jennings, Ohio. Data has been eJ<lracted
  by Robert D. Smith of St.Louis, MO.


  page 2. Commenced teaching April 28,1884 ending May 12,1884.
  Sub DisL No.10.

 Boys                       age        Girls               age
 Claude   Poyer              12        ---ie Bacon            8
 Conrad   Nuhn               10        -- - a Bacon          14
 Dwight   Poyer              10               Bacon          12
 Andrew   Kneisel            12        ---a Nuhn             12
 Adolph   Kneisel             6        ---a Miller            9
                                              Stone           5
                                       ---na Kraps           12
                                       Liddie Kraps           6


 page 4. Commenced Sept 2,1884 Ending Sub Dist. No 3. Two
 man ths. (no pup i 1 s 1 i s ted)

 page 5. Commenced April 6,1885. Ending June 26,1885 . Sub
 Dist. No 3. Three months . (Joppa & Lake Roads)

 Boys                       age        Girls               ag!it
 Martin Ackermann            11        Bertha Ackermann       7
 Conrad Ackermann            11        Emma Ackermann         4
 Willie Ackermann             9        Katie Ackermann        6
 Freddie Ackermann           11        Katie Alheit           6
 Charlie Ackermann            5        Lizzie Negley         10
 George Ackermann             8        Lizzie Reiver          6
 George Nettle               11        Rosa Huttenlocher      8
 Johnnie Reiver              12        Katie Huff            10
 Charlie Nettle               9        Mary Reiver            7
 Freddie Huttenlocher        11        Bertha Huff            7
 Albert Kishmann              8        Lena Shatz             8
 Christ Huff                  9        Anna Nuhn              9
 Eddie Nuhn                   9
 Golleib Nuhn                 6
 Conrad Alheil                8
 Johnnie Alheit               6
 Johnnie Shatz                6




OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)            10
  ~_~}J_.J___~i!B~LN.J~9j_·.~Y[Rr1I LI orJ SCIIOOL. _._-----------
                              ----_... _--_._------- - - - _ H[COROS

    pages 6 & 7. Commenced August 17,1885. Ending October 9, 1 885
    Sub Dist. No 7. two months. (Furnace Corners, Darrow & State
    Road)

   Boys                                        age               G~rls                 age
   Roscoe King                                  13               Alice Pelton            7
   Wheeler King                                  7               Annie Kuhlman           9
   George Trinter                               11               Ella Thompson          11
   Wi 11 ie Tisdale                              8               Lottie Humphrey        11
   Harry Day                                       5             Sophia Trinter          9
   Rudolph Kuhlman                                 9             Nora Doherty           14
   ~John Kuhlman                                   6             Maudie Day              8
   Frank Trinter                                   7             Effie Tisdale           7
   Herbie Tisdale                                  6             Alice Tisdale          10
   Ernest Pelton                                 12              Ida Tisdale            11
   Eddie Sturdevent                               5              Addie Smi th           11
   Joseph McGrain                                14              Minnie Kuhlman         11
                                                                 Katie McGrain          17


   page 8. Commenced May 4,1886. Ending June 25,1886 Sub Dist.
   No.5. Two months. (Furnace Road & Darrow Road)

   Boys                                        age              Girls                  age
   Henry Baker                                    9             Annie Baker             16
   Walte r Beall                                  9             Martha Dickel           13
   Johnnie Dickel                                10             Lizzie Dickel           12
   Geo r ge Dickel                                5             Gertie Dickel            7
   Dannie Greenough                               8             Ada Greenough            7
   Johnnie Riblet                                10             Cora Greenough           5
   George Riblet                                  8             Lizzie Meyers           13
                                                                Mattie Phelps           12
                                                                Esther Mason            12


   page 9 . Commenced April 30,1888. Ending June 22,1888. Sub
   Dist. No.5.

   Boys                              Girls    age                                      age
   Walter Beall                      Annie Baker
                                               12                                        9
   Henry Baker                       Gertie Dickel
                                               12                                       10
   George DickEl!            7       Mary Fox                                            9
   Courtie Smith             6       Annie Scott                                         7
                                     Annie Shroder                                       8
                                     Ada Greenhoe                                        9
                                     Susie Mason                                        15
   In the fall of 1888 commenced, August 20. Ended                               October 12.



OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (199I)                               11
  page 10. Began teaching in Dist. No.3. September 6,1886.
  School closed Oc tober 29,1886. (Joppa & Lake Roads)
  Boys                    age        Girls                  age
  Willie Ackerman          10        Bertha Ackerman          8
  George Ackerman           9        Katie Ackerman            6
  Charlie Ackerman          6        Emma Ackerman            6
  Albert Kishman           10        Lizzie Negley           11
  Charlie Nettle           11        Katie Alheit             7
  Conrad Alheit             9        Lizzie Reiver            8
  Johnnie Alheit            7        Mary Reiver              9
  Johnnie Reiver           13        Tena Reiver              5
  Charlie Heidliff         11        Katie Huff              11
  Wi 11 ie Heidliff        10        Bertha Huff              8
                                     Rosa Huttenocher          9
                                     Mary Huttenocher          6


  page 11. Commenced April 18,1887. Ending June 10,1887. Sub
  Dist. No.6. August 22,1887 Ended October 14,1887. (Cranes
  Corners, Mason & Cherry Roads)

  Boys                    age       Girls                   ag'i
  Clement Edgar             9       Nora Barns                7
  Albert Todd               6       Lena Shouster             9
  Otto Todd                 9       Minnie Jarrett           10
  Ralpha Day                9       Sarah Edgar              16
  Lester Denman            11       Hattie Moulton           14
  Charley Barnes*          11 * died August 28,1887
  Orma Washburn             9       Ethel Brown              14
  Wheeler King              9       Gertie Crane             15
  Charlie Shouster         11
  Ashbil Daniels            9
  Charlie Fitzsimons        6


  pages 12 & 13. Commenced November 14,1887. Ending March
  15,1888. Sub Dist . No.3. Nellie Goldsmith

  Boys                    age        Girls                  age
  Martin Ackermann         14        Bertha Ackermann        10
  Conrad Ackermann         13        Emma Ackermann           7
  Fred W. Ackermann        13        Katie Ackermann          8
  George Ackermann         10        Katie Alheit             8
  Willie Ackermann         11        Cora Heideloff           9
  Conard Alheit            10        Rosa Huttenlocher       11
  Johnnie Alheit            8        Mary Huttenlocher        7
  Charley Ackermann         8        Lizzie Negley           12


OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)          12
ERIE & LORAIN COS •• VERI1ILlON SCHOOL_.RECOROS

  Albert Kishmann                10          Anna Nuhn         11
  Fred Huttenlocher              14          Katie Nuhn         6
  George Nettle                  14          Christena Bone    14
  Charley Heideloff              13          Katie Huff        13
  Willie Heideloff               11          Bertha Huff       10
  Christ Huff                    11          Lizzie Reiver      9
  Got1eib Huff                    5          Mary Reiver       10
  Johnnie Reiver                 14          Tena Reiver        6
  Christ Shotz                   17          Lena Shotz        11
  Andrew Shotz                   13
  Johnnie Shotz                   8
  Cha.rley Nettle                11
  Eddie Nuhn                     10
  Gotleib Nuhn                    8


  pages 14 & 15. Sub Disl. No.7. Commencing November 19,1888.
  Ending April 5,1889. <attendance recorded)

 Boys                           age         Girls             age
 Willie Tisdale                  12         Alice Tisdale      13
 George Trinter                  14         Lottie Humphry     14
 Rudolph Kuhlman                 14         Annie Kuhlman      13
 Myran Frisbey                   11         Sophia Trinter    "13
 Herbert Tisdale                  8         Minnie Kuhlman     12
 Johnnie Kuhl                    11         Alice Pelton       12
 Frankie Trinter                 11         Amy Allen          10
 Harry Trinter                    9         Myrtie Frisbey      9
 Ernest Pelton                   16         Bertha Heymann      5
 Eddie Clark                     15         Adda Heymann        7
 Alva Heymann                     7         Ida Tisdale        14
 Willie Pickett                   9         Effie Tisdale      11
 Gay Pickett                      8         Addie Tisdale       8
 Willie Allen                     7
 Otto Kuhlman                     7
 Fred Kuhlman                    16


 pages 16 & 17. Commenced in Sub. Dist. No.7. May 6,1889.
 Ending June 28,1889. Commenced September 2,1889. Ended
 October 25,1889. <attendance recorded)

 Boys                          age          Girls             age
 Rudolph Kuhlman                15          Alice Tisdale
 Johnnie Kuhlman                 9          Minnie Kuhlman     13
 Frankie Trinter                 11         Effie Tisdale      11
 Myran Frisbey                   11         Addie Tisdale       9
 Herbie Tisdale                   9         Ella Thompson      13
 Harry Trinter                    9         Amy Allen          10

OGS REPORT 31:1 (} 99})                13
ERI E &. LORAIN COS •• VERMI LION SCHOOL RECORDS

  Alva Heymann                 7       Lott.ie Humphrey      15
  Otto Kuhlman                 7       Sophia Trinter        13
  Charley Pelton               7       Annie Kuhlman         13
  Elsworth Scott               6       Alice Pelton          13
  Willie Allen                 8       Myrt.ie Frisbey        9
  Wi 11 i e Tisdale           13       Adda Heymann           8
  Charlie Thompson            10       Bertha Heymann         6
  Albert Kruger                9       Lulu Thompson          6
  Rhinhart Kuhlman             6       Anna Scott.            8
  Charlie Allen                6       Emma Thompson         12
  Earl Biggs                   6       Corda Humphrey         6
          Note: "10 of September went to Put in Bay on a boat."


  pages 18 & 1 9 Girls, pages 20 & , 21 Boys . Commenced teaching
  November 25,1889 in Florence, Erie Co. ,Ohio. Ending March
  14,1890. (attendance recorded)

 Boys                            age         Girls                age
 George Baker                      9         Cleora Arnold           8
 Loid Curtis                      11         Edna Akers              5
 Charles Cook                     17         Eva Ott               10
 Hollis Derby                      8         Ruth Coultrip           9
 Charley Hum                       8         Annie Coultrip          7
 Willie Hum                       10         Jennie Carter         10
 Frank Klady                      10         Emma Darby            12
 Gust.us Kenyon                   12         Lela Hum              11
 Frank Ott                        12         Tena App                9
 Carl Ott                          8         Ella App                9
 Otis Sebolt                      12         Effie App             13
 Frank Sebolt                      9         Bertha App              7
 Harry Loucks                     11         Gertie Snyder         13
 Waller Washburn                  12         Sophia Snyder           8
 Arthur Peck                      10         Bessie Washburn         9
 George Brown                     17         Ida Wells             13
 Claude Collingood                 7         Katie Hum             17
 Lester Loucks                     9         Emma Welz             15
 Otto Welz                        11         Edith Dewey*          16
 Herman Welz                       7          * Died September 1891.


 pages 22 & 23. Commenced November 17,1890. Sub. Dist. No.10,
 Vermillion, Ohio. Ending March 6,189 1. (Dutch Settlement)
 (attendance recorded)

 Boys                           age          Girls                age
 John Alheit                     11          Rae Poyer              8
 Martin Alheit                     7         Maude Poyer            6
 Foldyn? Alheil                    6         Emma Alheit            4

OGS REPORT 31 :1 C199})                 14
 ERIE & LORAIN COS •• VERIHLlOtL   SCHOQ1_.£~ECORDS



  Arthur Akers                        7          Annie Fraley       5
  Dwight Poyer                      16           Della Shook        7
  Adolph Kneisel                    13
  David Kneisel                       8


  pages 24 & 25 Girls, pages 26 & 27 Boys. Commenced teaching
  in Sub . Dist. No . 7, Furnace. April 27,1891 Vermillion, Ohio.
  Ending June. <attendance recorded)

  Bo~s                             age           ~irls            age
  Herbert Tisdale                   12          Lottie Humphrey    17
  Harry Trinter                     11          Alice Ti sdale     15
  Alva Heyman                        9          Effie Tisdale      13
  Charlie Pelton                     9          Addie Tisdale      11
  otto Kuhlman                       9          Lulu Thompson       9
  Willie Allen                      10          Amy Allen          12
  George Shuster                      6         Adda Heyman         9
  Reinhart Kuhlman                    7         Bertha Heyman       7
  Clarance Trinter                    5         Alma Spalding      10
  Charlie Allen                       7         Myrtie Spalding     7
  Ald?en Humphrey                     5         Bertha Spalding     4
  Alvin Brooks                        7         Mamie Davis
                                                Cordie Humphrey     7


  pages 26 & 27 Boys, pages 28 & 29 Girls. Commenced teaching
  in Sub. Dist. No.7, Sept. 7,1891. Ending October 30,1891.

  Bo~s                             age          Girls             age
  Herbie Tisdale                    12          Lottie Humphrey    17
  Harry Trinter                     11          Corda Humphrey      7
  Alva Heyman                       10          Effie Tisdale      13
  Charlie Pelton                     9          Addie Tisdale      11
  otto Kuhlman                       9          Alice Pelton       15
  Georgie Shindler                  13          Adda Heyman        10
  Willie Allen                      10          Bertha Heyman       8
  Charlie Allen                      7          Amy Allen          12
  Reinhart Kuhlman                   8          Florence Bogot      8
  Clarance Trinter                              Gertie Bogot       6
  George Shuster                     6          Alma SpaId
  Martin Shuster                     5          Myrtie SpaId
  Alvin Brooks                       7          Bertha SpaId
  Frank Trinter                     13          Florence Brooks
  Willie Farnsworth                  6




OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)                    '15
 ERI E & LORAI rl COS •• VERMI LION S_~HOOL RECORDS



  pages 30 & 31 blank,pages 32 & 33. Commenced teaching in Sub.
  Dist. No.7. November 23,1891. Ending March 25,1892.
  <attendance recorded)

  Boys                             age          Girls             age
  Willie Tisdale                    15          Lottie Humphrey    18
  George Trinter                    18          Sophia Trinter     16
  Rudolph Kuhlman                   18          Effie Tisdale      14
  John Kuhlman                      14          Alice Pelton       15
  Alvin Brooks                       7          Anna Kuhlman       16
  John Riblet                       17          Adda Heyman        10
  Frank Trinter                     14          Addie Tisdale      12
  Harry Trinter                     12          Bertie Heyman       8
  George Shindler                   14          Amy Allen          13
  Alva Heyman                       10          Corda Humphrey     8
  Herbie Tisdale                    13          Florence Bogart    8
  Charlie Pelton                     9          Myrtie Spalding    8
  Ernest Pelton                     18          Bertha Spalding    5
  Otto Kuhlman                      10          Florina Brooks     5
  Willie Allen                      10          Alma Spalding     11
  Charlie Allen                      8          Gertie Bogart
  Fred Kuhlman                      20          Edith Grover       9
  Reinhart Kuhlman                   8          Mamie Davis
  Clarence Trinter                   7          Minnie Kuhlman    16
  Willie Farnsworth                  7
  George Shouster                    7




  The following item is taken from a local Vermilion paper in
  the Spring of 1892:
        "Miss Nellie Goldsmith closed her school at the Furnace
  last Friday with music recitations, dialogues and a picnic
  dinner. An enjoyable time was had by all present. Miss
  Goldsmith is an excellent teacher, having taught at the
  Furnace a number of terms and is well liked by both scholars
  and parents. Her scholars presented her with a handsome pair
  of picture frames as a slight token of their love and
  esteem . "




OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)                    16
ERIE & LORAIN COS •• VERMILION SCHOOL RECORDS

   Nell ie Goldsmi th was born 29 July 1867 and when she began
   teaching in April 1884 would have been only 16 years old. Her
   only education and training was probably from the same
   schools in which she was to teach. The size of Nellie's
   classes varied from 11 to 40, with ages ranging from 4 to 20.

  The names of the pupils are shown as taken from Nellie ' s
  record book. There was some uncertainty in her spell ing of
  German surnames as shown by the different spellings at
  different times for the same students.




                    NELLIE A. GOLDSMITH       (1867-1936)


          Nellie Goldsmith is my Grandmother. She married Lewis A.
   Smith and had three sons, all resided in the Vermiion, Ohio
   area .


                             ROBERT D. SMITH
                             248 WORntlNG DR. .
                             ST. LOUIS, MO 83119




 OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)              17
                   PENN ST. SCHOOL, LICKING CO., OHIO 1887-1891

             by Harry T. Clark, 1061 Neri Ave . , Vandalia OH 4S377

The compiler has prepared a very detailed account of                          the daily school
attendance of District No . 3, Union Twp., School (Penn                      Street School) in
Licking Co., Ohio, for the period 21 Feb 1887 to 7 Jne 189S.                 In addition to the
ages of each child, also given is dates of attendance, days                  present & absent,
times tardy, and deportment . This record has been compiled                  in booklet form, a
copy of which may be found at the Ohio Genealogical Society                  Library. There is
no index to the record.

name               age          dates                  HEADLEE, RAY      12 OS   Jan-06   Apr   1891
                                                       HEADLEE, RAY      10 03   Sep-27   Oct   1888
AMSPAUGH, VADA      14   05   Jan-Of)   Apr   1891     HEADLEE, RAY      10 16   Apr-06   Jly   1888
BERRY, ELMER         4   01   Sep-19    Dec   1890     HEADLEE, RAY      12 01   Sep-19   Dec   1890
BERRY, ELMER         4   05   Jan-06    Apr   1891     HEADLEY, DAVIE     8 21   Feb-18   Mar   1887
BERRY, ELMER         S   11   May-03    J1y   1891     HEADLEY, JIMMIE    6 21   Feb-18   Mar   1887
BERRY, HOMER         9   01   Sep-19    Dec   1890     HEADLEY, RAY       9 21   Aug-12   Oct   1887
BERRY, HOMER         9   11   May-03    J1y   1891     HEADLEY, RAY       9 24   Oct-24   Feb   1888
BERRY, HOMER         7   18   Nov-21    Mar   1890     HEADLEY, RAY       8 21   Feb-18   Mar   1887
BERRY, HOMER         7   29   Apr-20    J1y   1889     HEADLEY, RAY       8 11   Apr-01   Jly   1887
BERRY, HOMER         8   14   Apr-OS    J1y   1890     HEADLY, RAY       11 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
BERRY, HOMER         8   18   Nov-21    Mar   1890     JACOBS, JOHNNIE   10 21   Aug-12   Oct   1887
BERRY, HOMER         9   OS   Jan-06    Apr   1891     JACOBS, JOHNNIE   11 16   Apr-06   J1y   1888
BERRY, HOMER         7   03   Dec-OS    Apr   1889     JACOBS, JOHNNIE   11 24   Oct-24   Feb   1888
BRENGLE, JOHN       10   01   Sep-19    Dec   1890     JACOBS, JOHNNIE   10 11   Apr-Ol   Jly   1887
BROWN, GEO          11   21   Feb-iS    Mar   1887     LAMP, FLORENCE     8 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
BROWN, MERRICK      16   21   Feb-18    Mar   1887     LAMP, FLORENCE     8 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
BROWN, MILTON       14   21   Feb-18    Mar   1887     LAMP, FLORENCE     8 29   Apr-20   J1y   1889
CLARK, EDWIN        12   11   May-03    Jly   1891     LAMP, RAY         11.18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
CLARK, HARRY         6   OS   Jan-06    Apr   1891     LAMP, RAY         11 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
CLARK, HARRY         S   29   Apr-20    Jly   1889     LAMP, RAY         11 29   Apr-20   J1y   1889
CLARK, HARRY         6   01   Sep-19    Dec   1890     LEMLEY, B.R.      14 21   Feb-18   Mar   1887
CLARK, HARRY         6   11   May-03    J1y   1891     LEMLEY, BERT      16 03   Dec-OS   Apr   1889
CLARK, HARRY         S   14   Apr-OS    J1y   1890     LEMLEY, BERT      17 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
CLARK, HATTIE        6   29   Apr-20    J1y   1889     LEMLEY, BERT      15 24   Oct-24   Feb   1888
CLARK, HATTIE        8   11   May-03    Jly   1891     LEMLEY, JOHNNIE    9 16   Apr-06   J1y   1888
CLARK, HATTIE        7   14   Apr-OS    Jly   1890     PETERS, HELEN      S 24   Oct-24   Feb   1888
CLARK, HATTIE        8   01   Sep-19    Dec   1890     PETERS, HELEN      7 03   Dec-05   Apr   1889
CLARK, HATTIE        8   05   Jan-06    Apr   1891     PETERS, HELEN      S 11   Apr-01   J1y   1887
DEAN, JESSIE        10   21   Aug-12    Oct   1887     PETERS, HELEN      8 14   Apr-OS   J1y   1890
DETWILER, FRANK     16   21   Feb-1B    Mar   1887     PETERS, HELEN      6 21   Aug-12   Oct   1887
HARRIS, ADDIE        4   14   Apr-OS    Jly   1890     PETERS, HELEN      6 03   Sep-27   Oct   1888
HARRIS, ADDIE        4   01   Sep-l~}   Dec   1890     PETERS, HELEN      7 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
HARTMAN, GEO        16   21   Feb-18    Mar   1887     PETERS, HELEN      6 16   Apr-06   Jly   18BB
HARTMAN, HOWARD      5   21   Feb-18    Mar   1f387    PETERS, HELEN      7 18   Nov-21   Mar   1890
HEADLEE, BERTI E     6   16   Apr-06    J1y   1888     PETERS, HELEN      9 01   Sep-19   Dec   1890
HEADLEE, RAY        10   03   Dec-OS    Apr   1889     PETERS, HELEN      7 29   Apr-20   Jly   1889
HEADLEE, HAY        11   14   Apr-OS    Jly   1B90     PETERS, HELEN      9 05   Jan-06   Apr   1891
HEADLEE, HAY        10   29   Apr-20    Jly   lB89     PETERS, VERA       5 21   Aug-12   Oct   1887


OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)                               18
                   PENN ST . SCHOOL, LI CK ING CO . , OHIO 1887-1891

PETE RS , VERIL      4 11 Apr-01     Jly    1887     WELLS,   EMMET       6 21 Fe b-18 M r 1887
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PETERS, VERRA        8 01 Sep-19     Dec    1890     WELLS,   EMMET       7 24 Oct-24      Feb    1888
PETERS, VERRA        6 03 Dec-OS     Apr    1889     WELLS,   EMMET       8 29 Apr-20      Jly    1889
PETERS, VERRA        7 14 Apr-OS     J ly   1890     WELLS,   ERNEST      6 11 Apr-01      Jly    188 7
PEl EHS, VERRA       5 03 Sep-27     Oct    1888     WELLS,   FRED       16 24 Oct-24      Feb    1888
PETERS, VERRA        6 18 Nov- 21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   J ENNIE     7 14 Apr-OS      Jly    1890
PETERS, VERRA        6 18 Nov -21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   JENNIE      6 18 Nov-21      Mar    1890
PETERS, VERRA        6 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889     WELLS,   JENNIE      7 01 Sep-19      Dec    1890
PETERS, VERRA        8 as Jan-06     Apr    1891     WELLS,   MAUD       13 18 Nov-21      Mar    1890
PETERS, VIRIL        4 24 Oct-24     Feb    1888     WELLS,   MAUD       11 21 Aug-12      Oct    1887
PETERS, VIRIL        5 16 Apr-06     Jly    1888     WELLS,   MAUDE      11 24 Oct-24      Feb    1888
POWERS, NETTIE      15 24 Oct -2 4   Feb    1888     WELLS,   MAUDE      12 03 Dec-OS      Apr    1889
POWERS, NETTIE      15 11 Apr-01     Jly    1887     WELLS,   MAUDE      10 11 Apr-01      Jly    1887
RUICK, BELLE        18 11 May-03     Jly    1891     WELLS,   MAUDE      12 03 Sep-27      Oct    1888
SIMCO, EDDIE        11 18 Nov -21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   MAUDE      12 29 Apr-20      Jly    1889
SIMCO, EDWARD       11 18 Nov- 21    Mra    1890     WELLS,   MAUDIE     13 18 Nov-21      Mar    1890
SIMCO, EDWARD       11 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889     WELLS,   MAUDIE     12 16 Apr-06      Jly    1888
SIMCO, ELLIE         6 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889     WELLS,   NORA        6 01 Sep-19      Dec    1890
SIMCO, ELTA          6 18 Nov- 21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   NORA        5 14 Apr-OS      Jly    1890
SIMCO, ELTA          6 18 N - 21
                           ov        Mar    1890     WELLS,   NORA        6 11 May-03      Jly    1891
SIMCO, NELLIE        9 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889     WELLS,   NORA        6 05 Jan-06      Apr    1891
SIMCO, NETTIE        9 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890     WELLS,   WI LLIAM    8 18 Nov-21      Mar    1890
SIMCO, NETTIE        9 18 Nov- 21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   WI LLIAM   10 11 May-03      Jly    1891
SIMCO, NORA         13 18 Nov - 21   Mar    1890     WELLS,   WILLIAM     8 29 Apr-20      J ly   1889
SIMCO, NORA         13 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890     WELLS,   WILLIE      9 14 Apr-OS      Jly    1890
SIMCO, NORA         13 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889     WELLS,   WILLIE      7 03 Sep-27      Oct    1888
SIMCO, VALL         15 18 Nov- 21    Mar    1890     WELLS,   WILLIE      6 21 Aug-12      Oct    1887
SLATE, BENNIE       12 24 Oct-24     Feb    1888     WELLS,   WILLIE      8 18 Nov- 21     Mar    1890
SLATE, DORA          8 24 Oct-24     Feb    1888     WELLS,   WILLIE      7 16 Apr-06      Jly    1888
SLATE, ONIE          6 24 Oct-24     Feb    1888     WELLS,   WILLIE     10 05 J an - 06   Apr    1891
WATTS, RUSSELL       9 11 May-03     Jly    1891     WELLS,   WILLIE     10 01 Sep-19      Dec    1890
WATTS, RUSS ELL      9 05 Jan-06     Apr    1891     WELLS,   WINNIE     12 01 Sep-19      Dec    1890
WELLS, ALDA         11 01 Sep-19     Dec    1890     WELLS,   WINNIE     11 14 Apr-OS      Jly    1890
WELLS, ALDA         11 14 Apr-OS     Jly    1890     WELLS,   WINNIE     12 11 May-03      Jly    1891
WELLS, ALDA          9 03 Sep-27     Oct    1888     WELLS,   WINNIE     12 05 Jan-06      Apr    1891
WELLS, ALDA         10 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890
WELLS, ALDA         10 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890
WELLS, ALDA          9 16 Apr-06     Jly    1888
WELLS, ALDA         10 29 Apr-20     Jly    1889
WELLS, ALDA          8 21 Aug-12     Oct    1887
WELLS, ALDA         11 11 May- 03    Jly    1891
WELLS, ALDA         12 05 Jan-06     Apr    1891
WELLS, ANNIE         8 11 May-03     J ly   1891
WELLS, EMMET         8 03 Dec- OS    Apr    1889
WELLS, EMMET         8 03 Sep-27     Oct    18813
WELLS, EMMET         9 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890
WELLS, EMMET         8 16 Apr-06     Jly    1888
WELLS, EMMET         7 21 Aug-12     Oct    1887
WELLS, EMMET         9 18 Nov-21     Mar    1890


OGS REPORT 31: 1 ( 1991 )                           19
                       PRESBYTERIAN AND CONGREGATIONI\L CHunCHES or TilE W[SlEHN RE SEHVE

                                                         submitted by The odore Hirt, Warren Oft

   "The Plan of Uni on: or A Hi story of the Presbyterian and Co ngregati onal
   Churches of the Western Reserve; with bi ographi cal sk et ches of the Early
   Missionaries" by William S. Kenned y (Huds on OH: Pentagon Steam Press, 1856)
  COMPLI~TE               LIST OF TIlE PHESBYT,EIUAN AND CONGlLEGATIONAL :tIIlNISTEItS AND CHURCHES
                                     IN 'rilE WES'l'JmN ItESEltVJ';, NOltTIIEltN 01110.
                                            }'nOM TilE SWl"l'I.F.MENT OF TilE COUNTIlY TO NOYEMlJEIl                                                   1, 1830.
                                                                    llY m~v. ANSEL R. CLAIm, llUDSON, OIIlO.

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                          IWjnb S .Scott,           I . s. W. Sudbury, UMR, IS03 - -                   -     Bnngor '1'hco. SeUl. Or-t. ], IH:lI April ], 18:i2
                         DI\Vld I'mt!,              s, ,f.                                                                            .Julle 10,I83J ,fUIIC10, 18;1.'i
                         .Jonl\thlln A.WoodrurT, I . 3. Covcntry, Ct.              180M Hnmlito n, 1831 A uhurn Thcn. Scm , J Illy,               1 83f,
  1l0rgA.n,      181!) Hnnuolph Slone,                 p. Ilri.tnl, Ct.           1700 Ynlo,           1815 Timo. Dwight,                                n.
                                                                                                                                   D. MIlY 10, 11l1n Allg.       182R
                         Myron Tracy,               I. s. /InrLlnnrl, Vt.         1708 - -             -     IIcnnct 'l',yltlr,                          n.
                                                                                                                                  V. Feh.l, 1821' Scpt. 1, ]828
                         Ward Child, •                1'. Thetford, Vt.           1800 - -             -     Auburn 'nlCo. Scm. Oct.             1830 ::icP!'   18a;{
                         David rrntt,               8. 1.                                                                             ,Iune, 1835
  New T,ymo, 1835
  Plorpont..     1823 F.phrl\lrn T . W oodruff, 1. 1. Farmington, Ct.             1777 ¥nic,.....     17117 Chl\~. nnr.kllft, D. n..Tnl) . 1; ] S2(1 .llln. 1, 183:l
                   .. ' EJlhmlm 'P. Woodruff,l. s. Ji'llfllllngtoi'j Ct.          1777 Ynl",          17!!; ChnA, Illlckll~, 1>. n.              ]R:lf>
  nome,         1810 OileR II . C01vlc8. 1>. D.                     '.1.
                                                           FllrllJlngton, Ct.     17(j0 Yule,          l7BU JOll . ~;U\VnnlM, ]J. ll. Sept. I, ]1i:!1i Sept, I, 18:.!!1
                         EliplJalct Austin, Jr. S. s.                      Ct.                        -     O. II. Co\Vlc~, D. D. Scpt. 1, ]R:!!) St!Pt.. 1, 18:10
                         Wnrtl Chllrl,                p. l'hlltford, Vt. '        1800 - -            -      Auburn Theo. Scm. Oct.              1830 Sept.     ]S:I;I
                        OhnrlrR J)'Ulfi1rLh,       S. s. Itlll'ort, Vt.           1ROO WIlIInmA, lR20 AuhllTll Theo. Scm. ,lu lyl0, ]R;\~ .lill y 10, 183[,
  Shomelll,     l R33 IIonry T. ]Ce\ley,           8.S. II nIllI'HLOIl.I, N . IT. 1704 Dnrlm'uth l Rln Ando\'cr The. Scm. AII~.I, lR:I:; ~I:ty 11, 1831
  WlllfllmROeld         AlvalJ Coo,                s..~. Umnvllle, Mill'S .       17R3 - -            -      1I0v. Sowllnl kCrw, .11111.1. 1817.'1t1l. 1, lS11;
    nnd Wuync,           I':pbrnlm T. Woodruff, I'. FnrlUlllglolI, Ct.            17i7 Yltlu,         1707 OhnR. I1lld<IIR, n.]J. AlIC. l0, ]R~!I Fcb.          lR3&
                        ~]llory nu~r.otn,          I • .~. ChOKio!', MnsR. '      17118 W. It. Coi l. I~:IO I'rlnr.eloll Th. Scm. Od. 1.1, IR:I-I ~lar.13, 18;1("
                1832 OlluR 11. Cowles, D. D . 8. ' . Fnnnlllglon . Ct.            17001',,10,         178U .Ton.Etlwnrd ~, D. n. Nov . I , ] H;J:.! Sept. I, ]83;1
                        John If. Ru~s,             8.'. lIh,pdnlc, ~Io"s.         1707 Ulllnn         1825 Auhurn 'l'ltl'O. Scm. Sept.. Ii, 18:1:) Sl·Pt. li, ] 8;\4
                        ,Io~tll'h J,nrllJ~,    .   I. S. No. Vnrlll o ul.h, Mo. I ROlllowt1~ln,       IR2R AndovC'r The. Scm, No\,. :l<.l, ]Sa~ ~rllr 20, 18:!!i
  Wlnl\Aor,     182,1 (JilI\8 H. ('A)lvlc~, D. D.I.,' . Fnrmlng t.o n, Ct.        170fl Ynlo,         1781l ,1on.}:IlwortlA,ll.D. Au~. I, IR2tl Fel,.I, ]R:.!1
                        ~:lfphnlot .AusLlu, Jr. 1. 1.                      Ct.                        -     O. H . Co lyleH D. D .•Jltll. I, IR30 .11111. 1, 18:1-(
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• Cuyahoga Co.
  Dr;ckBl'llIo,        1810 fAreoI 1H'Rlor,          ' • . s. nRtlllR~, ct.                               17RR     Ynl~,      IRlr.      Hov. nr. Rillo t, ,     April 28,182n A1'1'11 27,1827
                            .IORCl'h II. Ilrr.r.k,    I, 8 . NorLhlllllpLon,~rnRA                         17IJH    Ylllp,     181!!      Andoyer Tho. 8r.m.      Oct. 1, lR:!!I,\ IIlY 1, lB3 1
                            .11l~nph A. I'rp n on,    '.~. lIobron , Ut.                                  17U7     --         -          A uilllm Theo. Rom .    Oet. J, ]Ra:1 Oel. 1, 18:W
                            Uh('~lcr Chnpln,       " 1 . 8. Springfield, M\\B~.                           1787     llrOlm,    1813       Ore. Yate8 & Noll,      Oct. I , 1831
  Drooklyn,            1819 Willilllll McLcon,       1.3!                                                                                                        Jan. l, 1822 Jan. 1, 1823

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    T own e &: Cbs. For.                Nln1st.or8.              rlace   or N nlITltl.   BorD Where 0 r. :V.O Whero Fludlrl\ The. "cWcl1l~nl.                  ))IFullRalon.
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    Drooklyn     COli •    Slopho n I.llraustroot, •••. Greonflold, N. II.               1704 DRtlm'uth      1819 Anl\ovnr Tho. g"lll. JIIlle25,1R2G .Juuo25 1827
                        . BI!IIJ.ll.Drako,         1.1. GORhen,Omn.N.Y.                  1707---             --Hov . 1:IolII.W.Brsco,Or.t.1,1833                  ' .'
        Y\1lo~o eb. 18:l~ Joltn Keop,              I. I . [,Qngmeru!ow,MMS.              1781 Y"lo,          1802 ARnhel Hooker,         MIlY I, 1835
    Cleveland       182U Hnlll.lolph Slono,        •.•. Urlatol, CL                      1790 Yale,          1816 Tlmo. DlI'lgllt,D:D. Jnn.l, 1821 JIll}. I, 1822
              ,            WlIlInm MoLean,                '.1.                                                                           Jun.I, 1822 .Idn. 1, 182.1
                           Slophen 1. DmuRtroot, I. I. Ort:<lnfleld, N.H.                1794 DRtlm'uth      181!) Andover Tho. Sem. Aug. 20,1823 .Inn. 24 lR30
                           BOllluol Hulchlngs,     •• I. Now York CIty,                  180- Wl1l1ams,      IR28 Princeton 'l'h. Scm. July I, 1831 Oct. 15: 1832
                           .John Keop,             1.1. [,ollgmondow,MMs.                1781 Ylllo,         H02 ARahol Hooker,          Doc. 1, l8aa Mny 1, 1835
                           Snmuol C. Aiken,        '.1. Wlndhn.m, VL                     1791 ~Ihlulob'y,    1814 Andover The. Selll .•Juno, 18ar>           .
    Dovor,          1811 Alvllll Coo,              I.'. Grnnvlllo, MaIlS.                1783 - - -          - - Ilev. SI'\\,llru k Coe, .I!·eb. 1, 181C, Doc. 1, 1816
                           Alvan Hyue, Jr. , ..•. I. LeI', Mill!!.                            WillIams,      1816 Alvlln H yde, n. D.
                           John ~lcCroa,              p. J1altslon, N. Y.                1776 - - -          - - Rov. Hllrvey Coe, Feb. 18,11124 Sl'pt. 24,1831
                           .John Koys,             '.1. Wilton, N. II.                   1778 Dn.rtm'uth     1803 JM. H1r.hnrd~, n.D. Aug. 1, l R:lZ Oet.          18:J1i
    Euclld,         1807 'l'hQIIlRR BArr,             p. WeAtmorol'!l co. Pa.            1770 - -            - - llc~.'l'ho.K Hugh'!A Aug.          1810 ."oh. 8, 1820
                         . Handolph Stone,         1.1. Brlslol,Ct.                      1790 YRle,          1815 'l'Imo.lhvlght, D. n..Jnn. I, lR21 .ItllI.l, 1822
                           Stephen I.Ilrtulstreet,"" Greenfield, N.II.                   1704 llnrtm'uth     1819 Andover Thc. Scm. Aug. 26, 182:1 Feb. 20, J82!i
                           Slephcn I'Mt,              p. Leo, MOIlS.                     1707 YAle,          1823 Prlncelon Th. SCIII . F!!IJ.22, 182(, Aprill B,IS:l3
                            ~;Iljn.h B. Scott,     I.'. W. Sudbury, ]\[1l1!8.            1803 - - -          - - BlIllgor Theo. Scm. Aug. :11, 18:1:1 Aug. 31, 1834.
                            gll Adams, ,           I .•. IIlnsUlllo, 1I11lS8.                   WUl1am~,     1824 Andover 'l'bc. Scm. Sl!pt.15;183·j
    Newburg,        IR33
    lloekport,      IH35
    ~olofl,         I H3~ Ruf1l8 NutUng,                  I.'.
                                                          Groton, 1>£I\M.                170:1 Dftrlm'uth    1814    Davhl Porlcr, D. D .•Tune 1, IR34
    StrollgHlIle, 1817 SImeon Woodruff,               1'. Lltehflu!d, ct.                171\Z tltlo,        IROO    Andover 'I'he. SeTH ..11\11. lZ, lR2[. April 17,1834
                           DllnloJ:C. mood,         I. I. Orford, II. II.                1803 Dartm'ulb      1828    Andover Tho. 8elll. Nov.30,IR3·!
    Willoughby, 1833 Chcsler Chapin, .             I. I. Sprlngfielu, MMS.               1787 Uronn,         1813    Drs. YuteR '" Nolt, .Iun. 1, 183:1 .July 15,1834
•   c,'ullfja lb.
    Dnl U \lrlllge,    Chllrle~ Danforth,
                          1819              •••. Rupert, Vt.                             1800 Wllllams,      1826 Auburn 'rhco. SCUl. Feb. 1, 111:12 ~'eb.l, 1833
                       Joeoph I,orJng,      I.'. No. Yarmouth. Me.                       1804 Bowdoin,       182R Allll"\'er 'l'he. Scm. April I, lK3~ Nov. 1, 18a4
                   . Nelson SInter,         I. I. Chllmplnln, N. Y.                      1805 Union,         1831 ,\U\)1I1'1I 'fheo. 8elll .•lulloI5,1R3f>
    Dnt8\'in,     1829 .John )Jnrrett,      •.•. Concord,lIlllss.                        1781 Wlllillma,     1810 \le~. l<'rothillghlllll. S.·pl. 7, 1830 Sept. 7, IS31
                       Joseph A.l'epoon,    8.1. Hebron, Ct.                             1707 - - -          --   Auhurn Theo. 81·1Il . .J1I1l. Jo, 1833 .July 15,18:33
                       An~cl Drlclgemnn, .' I. I. NorthRmplon,r.IM~                      180Z WIIIIRIIlA,    1827 Auhmn Theo. SOIll • •Iuly 15, 1833 July Hi, 18:::5
                       .Jonltthan Lenlie,   •. I. AdAme CIl. rs.                         1780.JolfcANOll,    lR06 J. ~leMiih\ll, D. D. S~pt.          II\:lf>
    llurlon,      1808 Luthflr HUlllphrey,    1'. Cnllton, Ct.                           17R3 Mlu.\Ieb'y,    181:\Hev. A,)(lrcI\'Yllt"~. net. 25, JII15 Nov. 27, 182M
                       J)oxterWlltcr,         p. H1n .. I"le, MMS.                       IRO:] Yn.le,        lR2t Auburn'l·hco.8elll. Fub. 7, 1HZ\!
    Chnrllon,     1834 Dexter Wlttor,       I. I. Ulnpdale, lIJ(U!~..                    1803 Yole,          11124Auburn Tbeo. 80m. ~(ny 1, lA34 Mor. 1, 1835
                       .Jo~on Ollis,        •. I. On~hen, MMft.       •                  1703 - - -                                          Mllr.l, IA3f,
    Chcstl'_r,_ _ 1820 .Ioseph lJadger,     •• I. Wilbrailllm, 10108B.                   1767 Ynlo,.         1785 nev. Leavenworlh, lIInr.l, 1822 c'ell.1, 1~2{>
    Cbcelercnn.           1820 Gnlcb Jlurhnnk,            1.&. UOSCI\WCI1,    N.ll.          1702 Dnrtm'uth 1821 Anuo~r.r 'l'hr. Sel11 .• JUIlO I, JI\27 .Iullo 1, Ill2\)
                               Urbnn l'"lmor,             '.1.                                     --          -- CIlYI1~Brrr~bylllry, Oct.lIi, lR20 .1nl1. 1, )832
                               .Jod Ooodell,                  •. I. Tcmpleton, Mo~~. 180- UnmilleD, l827 Auburn Then. Som. Feh. 1, )1132 .Inn. 1, 1833
                               1'111jl\h Srott,                  p. W . Sudbury, MOAR. IS0:1 - -               - - 11nngor Thco. 8ell1 . Feb.          Ill:!/) Oct.       If135
    Claridon,             1827 I,ulher Humphrcy,             '.1. Cllnloll, Ct.              17113 )llddleb'y, 1813 Rev. Androw Yntt·~ DI't'. 1, 182; Sl'pt.              IHZS
                               Myron Trncy,                       p. Hnrtlnnd, Vt.           1708 - - -        - - ]Jennet Tylcr, D. D. Nov. 13, 1828 Oct. 28, 1834
                               ['prry Prolt,                 •. I. ERst Hartford, Ct. 17RO - - -               - - G. II. Cowle~, n. D. July,          11)36
    r.nnr.or.l,           1834 Worren 8wlft,                 8. I.                       ct. 1800 - - - - - lIeY.Chc9torWrlg\tt Mny 1, 11l:lli                          '
    Iln.mlxlcn,           1809 )o]Jlphnld Al1~lil1, Jr.   '.1.                           ct.                   -- o. II. Cowlo~, D. D.• Jnn.l, 18211 July I, JfI:]()
                               Nnlhnnicl Cobb,                    p. Ror.hcRtcr, r.IMR. 1800 Brown,            1821 AndoTcr Tho. SCI11. Oct. 2A, 1830 Supt. 2, 111M
                               \)cxtP.r Witler,              8.1. IlInsdl\le, MnR~.          1803 Ynlo,        182~ Auburn Thllo. Sr.m. MAY 1, 18:]4 ,Inn. 1, 11\35
                               AII1I\~n Slnwnrt,             ,. I.                   Vt.           MI!ldleb'y, 1824 Andol'or Tho. Som .•Tnll. 1, 18:14 July 1, ) 83r,
                               ,Jn~on OI.I~,              8.'.        Goehen, r.r1L"~.       1703 - - -                                      Sopt..    Illar.
     lIunLHburg, 1818 Wlllinlll St.rong,                     I . . Snulhnmpll)ll, ;llnB~ 17- WIIlInms, ifill Rev. Vln~on Gonle!. .J nnc 1, 1810 Al1g. 31,18:20
                                                                   ,.
                               Vhlcr WIller,                 8. ,. Ilillsunlo, r.rn~~.       1803 Ynlt',       182~ Auburn Thco. Scm. Mllr. I, IR2U ~Inr. I, 111:)0
                                NI\thnn iol Cohh,            '.8. ItoclicRtcr, MI\~~. 1800 DroTl'n,            18Z1 Anllover The. SOI11. Ml\r. 1, 18Z11 Oct. 1, IR30
                               .lomrR H. Wll~()n,            I. &. WhltcRhoro', N. Y. 17{lO Ilnmllt.ou, 182; Auhurn Thro. SelD. ,J nn. 1, lb:ll ,Tnn. I, 11133
                               Ornnf1.''' I,.vrnnn.          I . • No" IIl\flforrl, Ct. liRO WIlllnlllP, IROO DnTIlIl'orlor, D. D. No\'. 4, 11132 .July 1, 1833
                                                                   ,.
                                AI1~el Ilri"p;l'mnn,         l.~. NorlhnlJlJ>t()Il,Mo~p IH02 WlIIlllm~, 1~2; Auburn Theo. 8~11l . .Tilly Hi, IS:l:J
    Klrllllllll,        1810 .Jo~cph Jln<lgl'r,               .~ ..1. Wllhrnholll, lIIn~s . 17fti Ynlo,        17~5 Hel'. ],cn\'clmorlh , ~Inr. I, 15:.1'21"cl>. 1, lRZ5
                               enleb Jlllrhllllk,             ~. s. Bo~cnlf(!It, N. II.      t702Unrlm'uth 11:121 AnrloTl'r The. SCIII. JUltel, 1827 .J1I110 I, 1820
                                Nnihallld Cnbh,                  1'. Ilo('hr.~tor, lIIM~.    1800 BrOIVII.     1821 Anllov!'r The. Scm. Oc.l. 2,q, 1830 April 9, 1833
                               'J'rl1lllllll COl'.           $ ..,. )J!'rity, m.              178~ A.M.-YIl\(· -     PrlvnLr..               .Jl\ly,   1~32
    111 ntliROII,       IRJ.I Alvnn 11),<11',' .Jr.               ". L('~. Mn.p.                   Wllllom •• I!H[, Ahlill lIy.h', D. n. A\I~.31,lIlJO
               1st eh.          ltnmloll'h 8tl>III',          .I.~. Ilrhdol, CI..            1790 rolr.,       181& 'i'ilno. DwIght, 1>. D. Nor. I, 182.1 NOT.l, lWl-l
                               .J ')IInLhnn "'inl'lll'~ter, .' . s. AAhhurnholll, Mnpp 17111 Miudlob'y, 180S I[ollnnll Wcrk"                 In,,.I, 182G .I nn. I, 182'1
                                l'l'rry I'rnl.t,             .1.1. ~;nBl Hnrtford, Ct. 1780 - - -              - - O. It. COld!'" D.l). Oct. I, 18200et. I, 1827
                                l-:til'hnh't A (\~till, .Jr. ~. l.                       Ct.                   -     O. II. COITII'~, D. 1>. Allg. 1, 1829 A up;. 1, 1829
                               C"I"h Burl.nllk,                  ]'. 1J".!'nI1'OIl, N. JI.   1702 Dftrh,,'uth IRZI An.lovor Thc. Sl!lII .•Jnn. 27, J/;:)O July Il, 183·!.
                                /I!'lIry '1'. I{l'lIy,           ]'. lfnlllp.lr.o,l, N. n. li04 [lnrtlll'"lh lRI~ A1Hlov"r Thc. 80m . .July, 9, IHa~
                        1~ :l0 .Ionnth nn \\,Inrh".lor.~ . l. A.hhllrnhnm, ~IM~ liRI ~tt<l.\Irh·y, 180~ Uo!lllml W('nkA,                      Fe),. I, Ill:l!) Fnh .. l, 11131
               2<1 eh .        .rn O "1I Chllpln,            .~.~. Nc>vpori, N. If.          IAOI AmhrrRt, 182. ATHlnvrr The. Sem . Nov. 12, IH:l1 \)c!'. 0, JR:1~
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                               .Iolllllhllll A. WoollrufT, 1'. Cov(!1I1r.v. m.               lROA UnmllLoll, I~:ll Auhurn Theo. Scm .. lnn025, 111:11 July,               1835·
                               AlnnRon ~nt""II'\'~.          .~. s. Wnrren, Ct.              17\18 tnle.       1112; Now IInTrll 'l'. Sl'nt. Srpt.I:l, 1835
    Unlom·lJlc eh. 1834 .Ionllth"n A. WOOllrulf, 7'. Covell try, ct,                         1808 Ilnmilloll, 1831 Anhnrn Then. Scm . .J IIno 2;',11134 July,             1835-
                               Alnllpnn ~olll1llr.r~,        t .S. Wnrrrn, Ct.               I;!l~ Ynlo,       1827 NO'T !lnvoll T.Scm.1Icpt.13, 18:15
    Montvlllll,         1830 .I n,oll ChopIn,                I . s. N~'''pnrt. N. IT.        JfWI AlllhrrAl, 182R AlHln",r The. Som. ~Jnr. 1, 18:12 Nov. 1, 1832
                               Orntlgc LYIDlltl,             1.1.· New /Inrtford, Ct. 1780 Wlllll\IDS, 18UO Do..ld Porter, D. D. NOT. 11, 1832 Jnn. 1, 1835-




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                                              MlnIRlcr~.                    {'Inel'! or NldlvltJ. non, W}lore Qr. W.O Whnr~ ri,")hl/\ '1'110. /-lnllloJllonl.            ))lftlllh~lou.
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    MOlltl'lllc,COIi. IR30 Amn~n fll,,"nrt,         '.1.                                    Vt,            rtlhlUlolJ'y, 1824 AmloTor, '1'ho. Som. Jnn. 1, 183& July 1, 1831>
    I,n It I')' ,     n;:lr, ~;lIphnlot AURtln, Jr. 1.1.                                    Ct.                          - - Q. II. COlVioA, D. D. Sopt.   1835
    111 \l1l~On,          I R3~
    Nowbury,              1831 Chester ChopIn,          I.~. Springfield, lIIn~~. 1787 Brown,        1813 DrA. Yatos kNott, Jo.n.l, 1831 June 25, 1832
                                Nel~on SInter,          1.1. Chnmpl!Lill, N . Y.   1805 Unloll,      1831 Auburn Thoo. Som. Jnuo15,1835
    l'o.l ne,vlllo.       1810 Nnthnn n. D~rrow,        I. ~. New Lonllon, Ct. 1773 Hnmllton,                                    .111no17,1810 Feb. 20, 18W
                                Amn~n J,()otnl~,          1'.                            Ynlo,       1807                        JI\II.7. ]818 .Tuly Il, lR23
                               (I€'OTgO 8hol<loll,      1.1. Wcst Suffiolll, Ct.   1707 Ynle,        1819 Andover, Tho. Scm . Doo. 17, 1823 April 10,1825
                               Ornnge l,yrnnn,          I. t. NclV llnrtronJ, Ct. 1780 Wllllnms, 1800 Dnvl!ll'ort~r, D. D. J\[nr. 30, 1827 ~·cb. 3, 1828
                                Willi"", M. A!lnllls,     1'. Unlltorbnry, Ut.     1788 Union,       IllIG HrR. Yn.tCA Ii. Nolt, ~'ob. 4, 11'20 July 16,1832
                                F"rrl~ Jiltch,          I . $. rnwlot, Vt.         1802 MIIl<lIcb'y, 182f, Andovl)r Tho. 8clII. Juno 8, llla·\
                          1824 John n"rroLt.,           $.1. Conconl, ?II MR .     1731 Wl1Jlo.lllS, 1810 Itov. JroLhlughnm, Fob. Hi, 1821i Al1g. 16, 182(;
                                I';phrnhn T . WoodruIT,.!. I. I!'nrmlngton, Ct.    17i7 Yo.io,       1797 UhM.I1II-CkuR, D. D. Dec.       IB25.TIUl .    1831
                                .Jo~cph A. 1'eI'00n,    3 ••~. Hobron, Ct.         li97 - - -        - - Auburn Theo. Scm. Sept.15, 1829 Sept.lr., lR:30
                                Nnlhnlliel Cnhb,        3.~. Itocilcstcr, lIIMR.   1800 Brown,       1821 Ando,or Thll. Sem. Aprll 1, 1833 Scpt.l0, 1835
    lUdllnnml,            183.1 WnITe" Swin.,           I . I.               Ct.   1800 - - -        - - Itov.UheRlorWrlght Oct. 1, 183·\
    llllR,'rll,           IRa1 Chr~(.)r Gh"p!n,         A• ••• 8prlngflcld, ?tIMB. 1787 Drown,       18J3 Drp. YnlcB k Nolt, .1nn. l, 1832 J\1n02G, 1S~Z
    Thl\lIlI'~()lI,
                          1820 W!I!lnll\ Strong,        1 ..<. Soulhn.m' lon,MM8.        Wllllnms, 18111tov. YIIIRon Ooulll, Mnr. I, lR20 ~lnT.l, 1821
                                .Ioscph A. I'opoon,     1.1. Hebron, Ct.            1797 - - -       - - Auburn Thoo. SUIll. Fcb.15, 1820 s"pt. 1, 1820
                                .10llnl.hnll IJCRI1~,   I. I. AdnmR Co., Pn.       1780 .Torror~on, 1806 Johll McMillan,          Jnll.l, 1831 .lnl1. 1, 1832
                                JnlllrA JI. WlIRon,        1'. WhllrRboro', N . Y. 1709 Hnml\ton, 1827 Auburn Thoo. Sem. ~'ob 21) 1832 Aprll~,1833
                                OrRnge J,ymnn,           H.~. New 1inrtfonl,Ct. 1780 WlIlInl1JB, 1809 Vnvhll'orler, D. D. Jllly 21, 1R:J:3
    Troy,                 1833 .10hn !InTroit,           3. s. Uoncord, MnAR .      1781 Wl1llnlllR, lS10 Rov . FrolhlughnUl, SepL16, 18~:1 Oct. 1, 1834
                                .Trpthnh 1'001,         8.1. Ablnglon, MMB.         1776 A.M o.tWm         T.l'acknrd, D. D. Oct. 25, 1834
•   ]T1I1"onC(J!l1!(Y ·
    .Borlin,              1823 Alfred         n. BottR,          ft.   3.   Nonmlk, Ct.       1780         ---           --      Rov. Wm. IInnford,    AprllI5,1828 Dcc.26, lR20
                                    l~l'ertn'11.TlIlJBon,        t. I. Woo<!unry, Ct.         17911        Ynlo,         11l2G   Now lInven 'f. Scm.   Doc.20, 1821l .Tuly 1, 18:12
                                    1';ldnllIJltrll9r,           .~. I . 1~I\Rt 'Ylnd~or, Ct. 1802         i'o.le,       1820    Now Haven T. Sem.     Doc. 1, 1832 .1uly 16,1834
                                    JORI'ph Cmwford,             !.3. Bloomingburg,N.Y. 1794               -             --      ltev. S. Porter,  •   Oct. 18, 1834
    J1ron~on,             1B:1fi
    UIIlIk8licld,         \822 L\Il!ovlclI8 Ilobhln8, S.3.                                                                                     .lnn.l,            1827 April 1, 1828
                                 Xcnophon BottR,           3. 3. Norwalk, at.                       1790 - -             New Haven T. Som. Jnn . 1,
                                                                                                                         -                                        1820
                          1810 LUllovku8 Itobbin~, ,.~.                                                                                        .Tan. 1,           1R27 April 1, 1823
                                 .10hn Ill-nch,            3.1. GMllen, at.
                                                                                                    1789 _ _        -    IlcT.Mr.WcckI',D.D. ~·cb. 1,             1830 Dec. J 1831
                                 Sltmud lJnnt.oll,         I. I . Cnlllbrl.tgo, N. Y.               1708 AmhorRt, 182G Auburn Theo. Scm . .Jtlly 25,              11\:\2 Ropt.  i,  18:\5
                          18328111\11\(·1 Dunton,          I • .'. Ulunbri,l)J;o, N . Y.            \7\18 AmherAt, lR:lG Auburn '1'h~o. Sl·"'. Jnn. 8.            18:12 .ltlly 2'>, H132
    Florcncn,
                                 Stl'pl.cn I. BrnllRtrcet, t . .~. OrccnllchJ, N. H.                no·,  Dnrtm'uth 1819 Andover '1'he: SOIII. ()d. 20,           JH:\:l July 7, IS33
                                 AlfrLxi JI,Ile\.!.I1,     3.3 . Norwo.lk, Ct.                      1780 - - . - - Hev. Wm . lInnforrJ, Jnll. 1,                  183-1

    Il rrenliel<l,         PI:.!l AI VIlli UII,!,                .'.~. flrnnvlllc, Mo~~.            IjF:1--              _.-     It",·.8rwntt! ,. Coo .• Jlln .. ~, 11'2:2 OI'-l.1, lS~~
                                  I';noch ('''''gnr.             .~ ..~ . 1I"'-hldl~1I1. N. ¥!      1701---          .   - - itOY. S. T. Ilelmllct.. Od. If" 11l240('t..15, 182G
                                    .1"~"l'h l~d\\'nnJR,         1.1. Ml'rldell, Ct.                liR:1 Ynll',         lAOCo [t.e,·. A.Hooker,          Nov. 1, 1W.w ~Iny 1. )~2S
                                    John n. I~u~~,               .~ . ~ . IIhl~llnle, lIInPR.       17117 Union,         lR25 Anh1lTll '1'111'0. Sr.lll . }o'cb.I3, 1830 Oel 2[" lfi:Jl
                                    j':hOllo1"'r 1'. Snllllou,   ft . 3. lJo~heD, MhRR.             IS04 - - -           - - Princeton '1'h . Sem. Ocl. 20, J 8~:l Oct. 20, ) 835
    Hnron,                1830      .Tohn W.llet~hcr,            8 ••'. Soulhbury, Ct.              1803 - - -           - - Sn.kW:f.Srm.TclIl1 Feb.l0, 111:.15
    IJymc,                IB17      AITnn CQC,                   •• ft.llmnvlllo, MMR.              1783 - -             - - Ilov~. 8rn'nr!l" CDC, Scpt. 1, lS17 ~Inr. I, IRIS
                                    Lot n. SIIIJlTlln,             1'. Wnrchnm, MM~.                1700 llrown,         1814 Hev. 0 .• 'Ihomp~oll, Jllne 14,1820 Fnb. 1 n, ) H:H
                                    John 1Ien~h,                 .~. 3. (Jo~ltci:t,   Ct.           1780 - -             -     IteT. TI crb, D. D. Od. 20, lR:H Oct. 20, 1826
                                     gnorh COIlJ;nr,               il.   flclhh)hem, N. Y.          17g2 - -             - - Rev. J. T . BcncUiet, ,July 2-1, 182;
     Milo.n,              1818      ThomM I,. Shil'llInn,       1.1 . Norwich, Ct.                         Yalo,         IS17 Andorcr '1·he. Snm. Jnn. 1, If;2-t SI·I't. 1, 1825
                                    IFnnc S. nt'l1Imll!,        ~.I. SURse;; Co. N. Y.              1803 Co I. of N.J.   1823 Prinr.elon 'fh. Scm. Oct. 1, ]82(, April 1, 18:m
                                    Wlliintn U. Adl\l1l8,       I. g. Cnnterhury, Ct.               17B8 Union,          1810 1tov. Dr. Nott,             Nov. 15, 1827 Nov. 16, 1828
                                    l':Tcrton JllrIROII,        ,. ~. Woo,lbury, Ot.                liOn Yale,           1826 Now IlnTr.o T. Som. Ocl. B, 1B29
     Noll'   nnv~n,       1823       )':nor:1I Congnr,           1 ..<. fld.hlohcm, N. Y.           1792 - -             - . Itev. J. T . llooellict, Ocl. Hi, 18~3 Oct 15, H25
                                    .lu~cph Ellwnrds,           ~ . ., . JlIt'rldon, Ct.            17R3 Ynlo,           IS0G llcT. A. Hooker,            Nov.!. 1R26 Mny 1, 1828
                                    .10hn H . ItnR~,            S.3 . lIinp!1n\(', MMB.             1797 Union,          1826 Auburn Theo. Scm .•Jnn. Hi, 1830 Aug. 10, 18:30
    Norll'nlk,            IS30      .Iohn Ilt'n,·.h,            ~ ..,. UMhen, ut.                   I7RIl - -            - - Itcv. Wcek~, D. D. Feb. 1, 1830 .Jnll. 1, l~:lZ
                                    S"lllllri Dunton,           ~ ..~. Uomhri<Ip;~, N . Y.          171lR Amhorst,       lR26 Auuurn'l'heo. SCnt. Nov. 1, 1830 81'I't.l, 18:11
                                     ~;I,lnt! lJllrh~r.         $.~. EnRt Wln,IAIJT, Ut.            1802 Ynlp-,          1820 New I!nvon T. Scm. 8ri't. 1, 1R31 Od. 1, 1~a3
                                    Chnl'in It. Cln rk,         1. 3. CIJIlllllbill, N. Y.          180·1 Will1nmR,      1829 Auhurn Theo.Sem. Oct. 1, 1833 Oct. 1, 183·~
                                    Stl1pJ1l'1l 8nlllll1crp,    s. .'. Nnnvnlk, Ct.                 1789 Col. of N.J.    IS14 Princeton Th. Scm. Oel. 8, If::l4
                                    Alfn'II N~\Tlon,            I . .,. Cokhc~tor, Ct.              1803 Yalo,           1828 New Hnven '1'. Scm. July 1, 183[,
    rCrll,                1818      .10hn Iknl'h,                  p. (]o~hl'n. Ct.                 17110 - - -          - - nev. Weck~, D. D. •July 25, J82; Aug. 20,1820
                                    Snllltlci Iltlntnn,         I • • Cnmhrillgr., N . Y.
                                                                     '.                             17\l8 AmherRt,       1826 Auburn Thco. Scm. Oct. 10, 11130 OcL. 10, lR:ll
                                     I·~no('.h CnlJ~nr,         I. $ . Belh lehrm. N. Y.            17\12 - - -          - - Hcv. J '1'. Ilonl'dir.t, .lnn.l, 18:12 .Inll. 1, 183·1
                                     EIWflt'Zpr P. ~n1rnont .'. s. (/o"h<)n, lII,,~s.               (80:1 - - -          - - Prlncetoll 'I'h. 80m. Fnb.             18:1r,
    R\,Ip;,·n .. lr! n1ll1 1!I:11   1 Ilt'nf'1.f'r 1'. 1'nlmon, I . x. 1l0Rhcn, MnRR.
                                      ·;                                                            18()-\ - -           - - l'rlnrl"loll Til. Smn. Oct. 21i, 18:11 r.Inr. 25,1633
       Jllllnr"",                   tJ rlllln ) 'nlrlll'r,      1.1.                                                     - - Gllyugl\l'rcRbyLl'ry, A IIg. 1, 183:1
    ]tlI'II'Y,            IS:)·1
     JlIIp;~I<'~,         1327 r.tlrlo"lctl~ nnhhlnR, ,. t.                                                                                          Jnll. 11,1827     Jlln . 11, 1R28
                                 1·;("Hlr7.rr 1'. ~nllJlun, I.~.            (1o"hon, MII~~.         1804 - - -           - - Prlncoton Th. Scm. AuLmnn11130             Autullln18:11
                                 8nmll,,1 .Dunton .          I.~.           COlllbrl,jgr, N. Y.     liOfl Amherst,       182Co Auburn 'fhco.SI'Ill. Aug. l, 1832       July 23, )8:13
                                 \\,11111110 1,. IJItITett,  1 •••.         Orcellwkh, Ct.          170\1 loin,          1811l Al1I!over, The.Sont .. lullO 1, J834    .TUl101, 183;;
     Sandusky,            181!) 'Y1l1lnm ~l. A(IIIIIIR,      .~ . .
                                                                  '.        C,nnlNbury, Ot.         1788 Unloll,         l8IG llev. Dr. Noll,        ~Iny 1, 1828       Nov. 1, lfi28
                                 .John II . JlU~R,           ~.~.           III11P,lnle, ~Inpn.     170-; Ulllon,        1825 Auhurn 'fheo,S"nt . •Jllly Ii, 1820      .1nn. Ii , 1R30
                                 Sl('l,h~n 1. Jlrn,JR(rcot., .' . .
                                                                  '.        (l n~"n n~I,I, N. II.   1794 Ilnrlm'ulh      1810 Al1l10rrr The. Brill .•1uly26, 18:10     .Tnll . Zf>, lR:11
                                 Loren HobulllR,             1 . 1.         \\'clhN'pficlll, Ct.          Ynlc,          18Z1 AD!lo"cr '1'he. SCIII. J'ob. 0, 1831     scpt.a, 1831




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    PRESBYT ERIAN I\ND CONGREGAT IONI\L CIlURCIIES                                                         or       TilE WESTERN f{[S[RVE

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    ~Iln<\\l" ky COIl IRIO lit-nne! HnhrrLq,          L'.                  Nc w town. Cl.             IROO - -                 - - Itc\" . 11 . j1nr:p;.-It,       !)I'pt.. 1, If;:)·t 1'01''- 21. J~ .1;,
    Vermillio n       IR1 8 Alrrl'l\l!. Ilr.ll~,      ~.".                 Nonmlk, Ct.                J780 - - -               - - Itr\'. \V11I. ll nnronL         April Jf>,J~2r, April Jr"IS~R
                  ,         !lnrYey LYOII,               1'.               ~!(1 nt p;o1l\rry, N. Y. 1800 On ion ,              IRn I'r ill('l,ton 'I'h. ~Clll .    ~!ny 21, lfi2S Al'ril14,IR:lO
                            Stcrhrll 1. Ilnlll Alrcet,s . .'.              (;rcf' lIli l' lt l, N. n. li 9 ~ l> nrl.m' lllh    181U Allllovrr Thr. SI'IIl.         Al'rillR ,lR;;O,luly; , 1~:;3
                            Dln.il l tl ri l1Hh ,     .•. -'               l.onghl1c!<l,y, Eng.              !lnc.kury,             III1('knry Cnlll'gr,           :3"1't. 15. IS:!:! ~Ior. H,183.l
                            El<ln,1 Bur l,,'r,        .'..'.               Enp t Wltlllpor, Cl. IR02 Ynlo,                     IR2G NcIY lI nTI'll '1'. 1:)"111.   Srpt. 2i, ] ~:I:1
                      1822 Dnn;1'1 W . J,n th r (1Jl,  ~.!.                Norwlr.h. Ct..             170& - -                 - - n~ Y.I>r . Ar1n"tron~           Od . 15, IH2; Aprll15,IR28
    We.kem nn,
                            Alrred Il.lk tt~,         t.S.                 Nonndk , Ct.               l7 RG - - -              - - Hov. "·llI. II nnfonl,          AprII15,IS:lR Mllr. I, 1821)
                            XCllopholl BcL l~,           1"                NOrlTnlk, Cl.              l i90 - --               - - Now IlO;V Oll T . Scm.          April 8,1810
•   Lorainf.. ('n.
    A Ulhcr~t,            1835
                          1835 WllIInrn Ln,]rl,                s. s. Norfolk ('.Al. Eng.                171)0 - -                                                  Feh. 14, J R3[,
    AV(1Il,
    llrmvnhcl m,          18I Il Alfml 11.1kll ~ ,               1'. Non~n l k , Ct.                .   !i 8G - -              - - Itl'"\,.  Wm . Honfonl,         April Ii, ]821       SIJpt.18, 1833
                                  Chnpin H. Clark ,            ~. s. Co lumbJ.Il,          N. Y.        lRI).J Wllllnl11~, 1820        Auburn Thco . Sl'ID.        Oct. 12, lR:),1
    Ollrllpln,            11122 (Jlh,.,r l~nRt.II"lI\,         s. s.                          vt.       l i~~--                --      IlCT. R IknnlRlcy,          Sc pt.I , ]113:1     Scpt.l,    183~
                          \ 1l2:1 Si mcon ,,'oorlclIIT,        s . .•. Lll.chf1p.ld, Ct.                17R2 ¥nlr,             I ROO   AlId" "cr 'fitI'. Sc m.     Aug.ll. 11I2fi       ~ InyIl, ]821)
    t.~(l11Il1l bin,
    Elyrin,               1824 OnniP\       ,r.   Lnthrc' p.     1'. Norwlrh, Ct.,
                                                                 1'. Orn l1vlllp., N. Y.        ---
                                                                                                           --
                                                                                                        170~
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                                                                                                                 --                    Hcv . nc. Arm"tronp;
                                                                                                                                       He .....1. ll"I' kIIlR,
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                                                                                                                                                                   ~·ch . 2, 1 R:!I
                                                                                                                                                                                        Aug. Hl. 1830
                                                                                                                                                                                        Sept. 18, 1832
                                  .John .T.Silil'i1l'nl,
                                  .Jnlll c ~ II. Ec\lp,          11. WC Bl lllorelnnrl,N.Y 1808 llnmilloo, 1827                        Prln rclon 'rho Scm.        ~·"b.   ] 2, 18:14
    Orllftoll,            18:3·1 Oli\'er l~nNt\lltln,          $.S.                           Vt.       li89--                 -       Itc,. E.llcnnla lcy,        1Ilnr.l, 1834 Scpt.l, 1834
    LII. Ornng'~,         IR:11
                          11334 ,} (,hll .T. 8 hipherd,          J'. (lrnm·lIIo, N. Y.                  18 0 2 - -             - - Rcv . •J.II(1pkln ",   July] 5, lR:::5
    Oberlin,
    Pennchl,              IR30 .J ol'lTn1r,,1 t.,              ~ . .~.     V rrnOIl,    et.             nuo Ynlo,              182& Auhurn '1'hro . Scm .•Tnn. la, 1830 .Tlln.10,                  1831
                                .J{llm lIken'n,                  1'. IInIl Rl''"' N. Y.                 1775--                 - - ltoT. I1nrny Coo, SCl't.30,1 634 Oct.                           lR35
    lUdgoTlIlo,           lfi22 .'"hn Jlld'rrn,                ~.$. Ill\lI p(on, N. Y                   17ir, - - -            - - Rcv. Jlnn-oy Coo, S~pt. 30, 1823 Dce. 1,                        1824
                                 .John JlI(1ntdth,             s. s. SLra.l!an, 1'a.     , 1787 .J .. ITcrFon,                 1813 Prlncctoll Th . 8cm. Jan. 1, 1831i .
                          181B Alvnn lIyM, Jr.                 S . ~. I.eI', MnR~.              Willinms,                      1811i Ah,m lIydc, D. D.
    Sheffield,
                                 .John l'kCrcl\,               II.~. llnJl~(on, N. Y.      1776 - -                            - - Hr.v.lInn-cy Coe, Dec. 16, 1824 Dec. I,                         ]831
                                 Dnnl,,1 (lrlmtt,              $ s. LCIJlp;l!nckhy, l~ng.        llncknoy,                           Hnekney CoI1<'ge,    Aprillli,1832 Sep t 8,                   1833
                                 John 1Ilonteilh,              s. II. Straban, l'a.        178i J IllIllr~oJl,                 1813 l'rlncoton Th. Sem. Jan. 1, 1835
    Olm~ll'nrl,           IB36
    Wellingtoll,                 I,ot n. Su\li\'nn,            S.3. Wnreham, Mru:R.         17110 lIrown,  1814 Itov. O. ThompPoD, Mllr.I, I R24 Mnr.l, ] 825
    llr!ghton,                   DlLy;rl ~mlth,                $.s. I','tcrborollgh, N .lI. 1800 Dnrlm'ulh - - Itev. :aIr. I,n"ton, .1 uno 26, 1825 Junc26, 1826
                                 ,'ocl Tnlcott,                 p. Vernon, Ct.              171l1l 1ale,   1626 Auburn 'l'hco. 8eID. Oct. 29, 1828
•   Y,dinfl OJ.
                          I P2:181111('on Woorlnlrr,           t. S. r,ltdlnehl, Ct.                    17B2 Ynlo,             1~09 Andovcr The. Sem, ,Tlln. 1/ 1824 Jnn. 1, IR25
    Bath,
                                  hrn,·1 ~hnl('r,               S. $.       IIn<lrln1l1, Ct.            IlS~Ynlo,              IBH, He'v. Ilr. mli(1t, ,lnly 22, l R27 .Jnly 22, l R28
                                  hra('1 Shaler,                s. S. Hauuam, Cl.                       ml8 Yaie,              1816 ltov. Dr. Elliot,  April 26,1829 Apr1l 21i,1830


                          ISZ:1 II"rnn' Smith,                  s ..•. IInr\1ry, lIIn~~.                11{JfI ¥n!o,    IIlIR         AmhlHr, The. Spm .•Tuno 1, 1831 ~l'l't.. :;0, ]83·t
     )Ja.lh c"".
     Drun9wirk,           IIIH' 8inl<'''" \\'"rlllcnIT,         s . .'. ',i1rhf1elcl, Vt.               I1H2 Yale,      uno           Andover The. Scm. MIlY {J, lR2G Mnl' 9, IR27
                                  1'tl'l'hl'n Y. IlnnwR,        .•..' . lIe'rlle, N. Y.                 I7RR - -        --                                 N(1v.1, 1R20 .July 1, 183!
                                   1.",\\ i~ F. lJ'aino.           1'. "", .. 1011, N. H.               1806 Dllrhn'uth 1830          Am]{lver Thl'. Scm. F"h.lH, l!l:lr,
     Chnthnm.             1l':I·1 .'01"    00(.1 .. 11,         .'..<. Tl'llIl'lcton, Jlln~~.
                                                                ' ••<.                                  lii6
                                                                                                             Hnmilton, 1827
                                                                                                                 Willialll~,
                                                                                                                                      Aulmrtl Thro. Scm. 1IIny 1, 183(,
                                                                                                                               180r. Alvnn H)'d", D. D.
     (I rnngl'r,          IIIIQ Hl'uhel1 TIlJlnr,
                                   IJ nrnrc ~lnilh,             I'.~. lindley, M II 08.          170S Ynle,                    ]81R Ano\ovCf Thl'. Scm.,luno 1, ] 831 ~rl' t.. :n,1!l:t2
                                   lIer ....·y I,YOll,          $.~. ~1('"'golll(,cy, N.      Y. 1801) Un4on,                  1823Prln!'cton '1'h. Sem, April 1, 183:1 Apr1l1 1835
     Gnll/i>nl,           IIl:lI \'lIr111111\ Nnyf'~,            .'.'. Aclelll, IllfiPR.         180~ Ilnrlm'uth               - - Itev. Jncob Ide,        Oct. 8 ]831               '
     lln.rri,\,iIIc,      I Rlr. ,'n~('llh II. Jlrl'ck,           s.~. NllrtJmml,toD,lIII11'11 170R 1nlo,                      1818 Ando,er The. Scm. ,July                i,
                                                                                                                                                                     182:3 April 1 ISU
                                  ./ .. ,(,,,h I':'!wnnlp,       S. s. Ml'ridcTl, Ct.            1;83 Yruo,                    1806 ApnhcllIookcr,         MIlr.I, ]8:10 ~Inr. 1,' 18:11'
                                  .10hll McCrca,                 s • .'. n"IIRtoIJ, N. Y.        17i5 - - -                    - - lte .... IIIlnry Coc, Sl!pll, IS31 .1nn. Iii, 1834
                                  .TOI'l (; .. ollell,         . s ..' . Tompleton, Mn~R.        1110- IInmilton,              1827 Auburn Thco. Scm. April 1 I B34 April 1 183:>
                          IS2~ H,!u!.1'1I 'i'nylor,              .'.!<.                  Cl      l11fo WiIIlauUl,              ItlOr. Almn lIydr, D. D. Ono ye~r.                   '
     Jllnrkley,
                                   Iprn.·1 Shlllrr,              3. s. H(\It.1nm, Cl.            IiI>- Yal",                   181r. Rev. nr.l'~l1iot,     Od.I, 183:) Oct. 1 1831
                                   I,('wi" 1<'.1...111("         5.... 1,0\l(\oIl, N. H.         IIlOfi Dnrtm'uth              1830 Andover Thl'. Scm. Jo·e h. ]B, 18:1"         '
                          1f13~ Apllph Buutelle,                  .t.~. ~'ilr-hhtlrv:, Mn PA.    lila" Amherst,                1828 Andover ·T hr. 8001 Aug.]. I R:36
     Ln FnYI'II!:,
     J.il.t·hlic,ld,      1:;:1:1 Apor Smith,                     S. S. lI:tinhri,lgc. N. Y.     lillli - --                   - - Rev. 1'. V. nn~ue, .Juno ]4,1835
                          IM!!I Lnt n. Sullimn,                  II.~. Wnrrhnl11, J\ln~8.        li\l() IIrolTn,               IB14 Hev. O. Thompson, May 1, lR24 lIfny 1, 1825
     ~Irdillll,
                                  S ICllhrn \'. Jlnrnl''',      $.~.III'rt1I', N. Y.                    1781l - - -            --                          Nov. 1, 182; Nov. 1, ]833
                                  Slnll'OlI W",,"rurr,          ::. .'. I.ilchlichl, Ct.                lill2 ¥"Io,            1800 Ando,cr Tho. Srm. April 1 ]83·1 Oct. 1 1834
                                  8"IIIIu-l l"cf!-,             $.1.        Jl'rit-ho, VI.              IR05     Vermont,      1831 Auburn Thco. 8001. Nov. Hi, IR3~             ,
                          I R:I!i St"l'lH'll V. lJnrnc~,        s. .'.        N. Y.
                                                                            IIrCIII',                   lill8    - --                                      Feb.      1113:,
     ''" l''rnlfJII lh,                                             1'. lInddnm, <:to                   HilS     Y~II',        1816 Rc\,. Dr. Elliot,      April 24,IR21 Aug.I7 , 1830
     Itirhlicld,          11311> "'rnel Shalcr,
                                  ~onh Cook!',                  S.::. lindley, 1II1I ~9.                1708     WllIlllIDB,   - - J. II. mel', D.I).      Nov. 16,1830 NOT. If> 11131
                                  I Fn"'1 Sllnkr,               s. S. 1I1l,ltInm, Gt.                   liR8     Ynle,         11116 Hev.l)r. };1Jiot,     .Tlln.l, 1832 Oct. 15 '1832
                                  II .. TRco Smllh,             .~.~. IInell,,)",       JlIlLoR.        1708     1'lllo,       1818 Ando'rcr Tho. 80m. NOT. I, 1832                '
                          )!i:l2 J/,!T\'r'y I,y"n.              .~. .' . MOIl!p;nllu'ry, N. Y.          1800     UnIon,        182:1 Princeton Th. Bom. AJlrlll, 18:):1 Arrlli 16.1fi
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                          18:ltl .101m ~lcCrJ!lI,               s....      nn" ~ tnll, N. Y.            li75     ---           - - Hc •. Hnrmy Coe, Mnr. 7. 1831 Aprlll IS3·'
                                 .Jocl (l,J(}ell'lI,            $. $ .     TClllpJ.'[OIl, JIInps.       180-     Hnmll\on,     1112; Auburn 1'hlo. Scm. Aprill, ]R3·1 April l' 1835
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                               \\'il\ialll IInllfonl,                1', Nnrwnlk,Ct.                        17871'nlo,        I ROS Antlo"cr The. Scm. Aug. 17, l RI5 ::;1'Pt. 7,                    1631
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      NolRon,          181:\ .("lIn 8"11'111'11,                 3 . S.    OrnJl'ritic.   MO"A.             liR4 WlIllnm~, l Sltl K Porter. D. D.                    . ,Jan. I, 1~IG .11111.1, lRl7
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                                  ~II'I,JH'" 1. IIrnll~lrc(1t, s. $ . (In'I'nllrld, N. H.      179~ Illll'l.m'uLh                  IHll1 A",I(lYI'r The. Smll. Al'ril27,1~:J1 April 27 ,1 1l35
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                                  .I"""I,h A. 1'1'1'0011,        ~ . s. IIchroll, Ct.                       17U, - --             --      An1>1lr1l Thr.u. ~<'tll. Nov . 1, lR:ll ~ov.l, 183:;!
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                            ,1".o"l'h A. 1"'l'oon,           .~.~, Ilehron, Ct.                    1707 - -             - - Auhurn Tlwo. fkm, April 16,18:JO Od. 1r.,                                18.10
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                            l'hllr ll'~ lJlI11ror lh ,        ,'.~. /lllpert" Yt..                 180\) WllllnrnR, l R2Ci AUUllrtl 'l·lico. 8,~m. ~lny 1, ]R:1:J ~Iay I,                            18:14
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                             II"rnco :-iniUIt,              P. ,'. IInli lry, ;'tIn~~ .            17 01l YRlo,         18111 Andovor 'fho. Som. ,TUllO 1, ] R2fi .JIlIIO I,                         1828
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                             11"1':1<'1' SlIIilh,           1.'<. IInd lcy, J\l/l~8,               [i9 ~ Yale,          lSI!! Alldover The. 130m. r.by I, 1822 M!l.Y I,                              1823
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                                    SEI.ECTElJ IIURON COUNTY rOHNSllII' I\ECOI\\JS
                  Campi led [or \Ilium Co. Chapter hy The.mas Stephen Neel , New Lundoll , Ohio

    Township Records, often overlooked by Ohio re-                   Warnings Out (Peru Twp.)
searchers , are extremely valuable for adding color-            P . K. Guthrie, $1 . 95 , for warning Wm . Smith and James
ful text to your antebellum period genealogies.                      Finity to depart township , 3 Mar. 1839.
Many are maintained by current towllship trustees,              Richardson Eaton, 80¢ for warning Elisabeth Hess and
while others have been transfered to the seven                       Clinton West to depart township, 6 Mar. 1837.
regional archives in Ohio. Contact local township               Jacob Sutton, $1.50, for warning out Francis McCollum ,
researchers, libraries and societies to locate                       the family of G. Stockwell , Nelson Seaton, David
materials in private hands .                                         Ray , H. Stevens Sen . , and Carson Hull, 6 Mar l8ld .
    In the Firelands region, an effort is being made            Jacob Sutton , $2 . 70 for warning Rowland Watkins to
to seek funding to film extant township records to                   depart township, 14 Apr . 1842 .
facilitate their use by genealogists and historians.            O. A. Patterson, for warning Charles Wilson out of
    Selected items have been abstracted from five                    town, $2, 17 Apr . 1840 .
Buran County references to exemplify some of the
many types of records found in township sources .                    Poor Record (Peru Twp.)
The loose papers from Peru Twp . (1825 on) are main-            C. E. Philipps, $16, out of poor fund , for services
tained by the trustees but have been photocopied in                 as nurse to James Cos groves family, a pauper, 5
part by OGS . The Civil Docket of D. S . Pond, J.P.,                Dec. 1868 .
New London Twp. for 1842-1854 , is housed at the New            H. Prouty , $8, for medical services for Nathan Dicks,
London Public Library, and has been transcribed and                 a town pauper, 17 Apr . 1847 .
indexed by Melissa L. Karnosh , Nov. 1986. The loose            Orrin Tuttle, for keeping Louisa Brownwell, a town-
papers of Daniel Hemenway, J . P., New London Twp .                 ship pauper, twenty weeks , $40 , 2 Mar. 1840 .
(1837-1849) are maintained by Henry Timman, Huron               Amos W. Smith, $7.25 for boarding and nursing John
Co . Historian, and have been photocopied by the                    Delano , a to wn pauper , S Mar . 1838 .
compiler . The bound New London Township Record 1853-           Saml . H. Gibbs , $1 for services as poor master for
1875 is maintained by the trustees , and is currently               year 1837, 5 Mar . 1838 .
being indexed and will be microfilmed by the New                Sylvanus Griffith , $60 , for keeping a to wnship
London Area Historical Society . The rebound "Fitch-                pauper , Ruth Putnam , 6 Mar . 1837 .
ville Township" book (1828-1865) is at the New Lon-             Henry Watkins, $3 , for keeping and nursing Margaret
don Public Library and has been excerpted in the                    Rose, a town pauper, 13 Apr . 1844.
book " Carved Out of the Wilderness," 1989, by the              Jacob Sutton, $3, for making coffin for Jas . Burges,
late Paula Porter Griffin.                                          a town pauper, 1 Apr . 1844 .
    The examples of record types presented here are             Thomas Tillson, $50 . 90 for supporting Nathan Hollis
Trustee Orders, Warnings Out , Poor Records, Road                   and family while serving as overseer of the poor ,
Orders, Teachers Certificates , Soldiers Relief,                    6 Mar . 1843 .
Stray Notices, Bonds, School Funds, Public Highway
Taxes (Peru Twp . ); Marriage Licenses , Common Pleas                Road Orders (Peru Twp . )
Cases (Pond , New London Twp.) i Quarterly School Re-           William F . Smith, supervisor of Road Dist . No . 16,
ports, School Taxables, Militia Lists of Delin-                     $3 . 18, 22 Nov . 1856, money appropriated in said
quents, Fine Orders, Notes , Executions on Judgments ,              d i strict to repair roads .
Summons (Hemenway , New London Twp . ) i Commissions ,          George Linder , supervisor of Road Dist . No . 13 ,
Election Results , Qualifications, Cemetery Deeds ,                 $1 . 80, 4 Mar . 1856 .
County Fund (New London Twp . Record) ; Po l l Lists ,          lIarvey Pierce , supervisor of Road Dist. No . 1, $3 . 18 ,
and Marks and Brands (Fitchville Twp.) . Just about
                                                                    16 Aug . 1856 .
anything may be found in a Township Record!                     Samuel Walter, supervisor of Road Dist . No . 15, $8 ,
     Trustee Orders (Peru Twp . )                                   12 Aug . 1856.
Jeramiah Eaton, services as clerk of election of                     Teacher's Certificates (Peru Twp . )
    April 1840, $1 , Oct . 1840 .                               Ransom Holloway, certified to teach , 8 No v. 1838 ,
Alonzo Fox , clerk of justices election in Jan . 1840 ,              by E. P . Salmon & Moses C. Sanders , Examiners .
    $1 , 6 Apr . 1840 .                                         T . N. Patterson , certified to teach , 8 Nov . 1839, by
William G. Mead, judge of justices election in Jan .                 E . P . Salmon & Moses C. Sanders , Examiners .
    1840, $1, 17 Apr . 1840 .                                   Miss Sarah Jane Douglass , d . o . , 1 Apr . 1840 .
Daniel Sowers, services as trustee, $1 . 50, 2 Mar .            Henry G. Kirtland, d . o ., 16 Nov . 1839 .
    1840 .                                                      Henry Waters, d . o ., 10 Nov . 1838 .
Levi R. Sutton, services as clerk , $12 , 1 Mar . 1841 .        Miss Florinda Tillson , d . o . , 26 Oct . 1837 .
Araunah Eaton, for road labor performed by J .                  Mary E . Nelson, d . o ., 2 May 1840.
    Breckenridge, $10, 14 July 1841 .                           Alvin C. Eaton, d.o . , 4 Oct. 1839 .
Richard Eggleston, road labor, $6.78, 1 Mar . 1841 .            Martha Baker, certified to teach, 30 Nov . 1839, by
E. Conger , trustee services, $3, 1 Mar . 1841 .                     Xenophon Betts & John Seymour , Examiners .
Jacob Kile, road services, $8, 22 Sept . 1841 .
Or vil Degoliar, labor on the highway , $10, 5 Oct .                 Soldiers Relief (Peru Twp . )
    1841.                                                       Received of Treasurer of Township , from the Soldiers
Frank Smith , $1, for repairing stove and putting up               Relief Fund :
    same in school house, 18 Apr. 1868.                         Mary Stebbins, $6.00 , 20 Feb . 1864 .
Wm . J. Derby, $7 . 55 , for making road scraper for            Ellen Brooks, $2 . 33, 30 Aug. 1863 .
    the township, 24 Apr . 1868 .                               Wm. McMaster , $2.80, 25 Nov . 1863 .
Moses C. Sanders, $10, for building bridge across               Ellen Woodruff, $4.00, 18 Nov. 1863 .
    Mack Creek in Macksville, 21 Ap r . 1838.

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Rosina Sibold , $3.75, 14 May 1864.                                  School Funds (Peru Twp.)
Maey E. White, $1.50, 3 May 1864.
                                                                School funds ordered paid 26 Jan. 1843 by John A.
Harriet J. Ryerson, $2.50, 18 May 186~.
                                                                   Patterson, Treasurer, to the following : Dist . J,
Sarah Gardner, $13 . 75, 12 Apr . 186q .
                                                                   Wm . Cowles, C. Gardiner; Dist. 2, A. Brightman ,
Note, undated, listing Mrs . Stebbins 5 children,
                                                                   A.F . Wilkinson ; Dist . 3 , G. Fairchild, Harriet M.
   Mrs. Ryerson 4 children, Mrs. Shauger 2 children,
                                                                   Parker; Dist . 4 , Martha Deyeo, Ira Holloway ; Dist.
   Mrs. White, Mrs. Kyle 2 children, Mrs. Feller 2
                                                                   5, F. A. Cowles , Mary Ann Sowers; Dist. 6, Wm .
   children, Mrs. Smith 5 children, Mrs. Cetchum 1
                                                                   Beck , Jacob Allis ; Dist . 7 , Henry Waters; Dist.
   child, Mrs. Sones 3 children, Mrs . Dea~in 2
                                                                   8 , Maria Fulton , Harriet Cowles , Orpha Degolier ,
   children, Mrs. Lizean 1 child, and Mrs. Baem .
                                                                   H. Turner, Miss Degolier; Dist . 9, Wm . Williams ,
   (last portion difficult to read).                               Nancy Deyeo.
     Stray Notices (Peru Twp .)                                 School funds ordered paid 17 Nov . 1849 by John A.
                                                                   Patterson, Treasurer, to the fallowing: Dist . 1 ,
Received of Jepthah Lawrence , a stray horse,
                                                                   J . M. Stow, Deb~ah A. Mead, Casper Hinnaman ; Dist .
   appraisal directed by Abel Tracy JP , order to
                                                                   2~ James Ayers , Casper Hinnaman , Caroline Wright;
   sell by P . H. Guthrie, Canst . , 23 May 1838 .
                                                                   D1st . 3 , E.C. Beckworth; Dist . 4, Philo M. Ben-
Received of George Turner, one stray cow with a
                                                                   ham, Caroline Gregory ; Dist . 5, Charles Matt,
   broad white strip along back and one red heifer,
                                                                   Casper Hinnaman ; Dist. 6 , Casper Hinnaman, Paul
   20 Apr . 1839 . Canst . O. A. Patterson orders sale .
                                                                   Wehele; Dist . 7 , Samantha Ball, Mary Sanders;
Two strays taken up by E. P . Salmon, a black two
                                                                   Dist. 8, A.H. Andrews, H. Hatfield; Dist . 9 , Benj .
   year old colt with a white star on the forehead,
                                                                   Pratt, Florilla Worthington , Mary A. Parker; Dist .
   and a one year ol d no markings; appraised by
                                                                   10, Catharine Kile, Mary Waterous .
   John Tirsy and Samuel W. Bolt, 17 Jan . 1851 ,
   James A. Brooks J . P .                                           Public Highway Taxes (Peru Twp.)
     Bonds (Peru Twp . )                                        Allen Johnson has performed road labor amounting to
                                                                    $4 . 77 applied to his taxes on R. 23, T. 3 , S . 2,
John Sowers and Henry West bound to State of Ohio                  Lot 2 , 100 acres, 2 horses, 2 cattle, 3 Nov 1837 .
   for $500, dated 11 Apr. 1864, condition that
                                                                Jacob Swiger , taxed for R. 23 , T . 3 , S . 2, Lot 16,
   Sowers has been elected assessor and that he
                                                                    18 acres, no road service, 1838 .
   serve for one year .                                         Peter Bowers h as performed road labor amounting to
Levi R. SuttOn, John A. Patterson, and Richard
                                                                    78¢ applied to his taxes on S. 2, Lot 2, 43 acres
   Gardner, bound to State in sum of $1000, dated
                                                                   1837.
   29 Apr . 1862, in that Sutton serve three years
                                                                John Keller has performed road labor amounting to
   as Justice of the Peace.                                         62¢ applied to his tax on S . 2, Lot 17, 35 acres,
Dean Clapp solemnly swears that he will support the
                                                                   1837.
   Constitution of Ohio and perform the duties of               Albert Southard has performed road labor amount i ng
   Assessor , 5 Apr. 1861 .                                         to $1 .00 appl ied to his taxes on S . 4, Lot 5 , 13
Oliver W. Slocum, John Sanders, S . M. Tally, and                   acres and S. 3, Lot 6, 50 acres, 183- (no date) .
   Carloss Ruth , bound to State of Ohio in sum of              Horace Perry, road labor $2 . 30 , applied to R. 23 ,
   $1000, in that Slocum serve as constable, 24 Apr                T. 3 , S. 1 , Lot 31, 95 acres , 3 cattle, Oct . 1837.
   1832 .                                                       Henry D. Smith, road labor $1.50, applied to R. 23,
Moses C. Sanders, Elihu Clary, and Ezra Smith,                     T . 3, S . 1, Lot 4 , 63 acres, 1837 .
   bound in sum of $1000 to State of Ohio, that
                                                                Joseph Shell, road labor 28¢, applied to S. 2, Lot
   Moses C. Sanders fulfill his obligations as
                                                                   13, 16 acres, 1837 .
   Justice of the Peace, 20 Apr . 1829 .                        Jotham C. Wood, road labor 97¢ , applied to R. 23 ,
Junia A. Jennings, Alexander Pearce, and Constant H.
                                                                   T . 3, S . 4, Lot 1 , 46 acres, 24 Nov . 1837 .
   Cook, bound unto Richardson Eaton, Treasurer , in
   sum of $500, on condition that Jennings serve as                  Marriage Licenses (Pond , New London Twp.)
   Justice of the Peace , 6 Aug. 1831 . Witnesses,
                                                                License is hereby granted Mr . Jonathan Stevens and
   John B. Cook, and Abram Agustus Cook .
                                                                   M~s. Hannah Day to be joined together in marriage ,
Joseph Ruggles of Peru, indebted to Trustees in sum
                                                                   g1ven under my hand and official seal, at Norwalk,
   of $100, dated 15 Dec . 1839, that he for $10 and
                                                                   this 23rd day of June , A.D. 1842 . P .A lling , Clerk.
   8 days labor, erect a buttment or breastwork
                                                                Benjamin Webb and Miss Jan e Ekright, 28 Oct . 1842,
   suffici ent to prevent the water from washing out               R. Gibbs, Dept. Clerk , Huron Common Pleas .
   t he bank to injure the bridge at Gardners Mill.
                                                                George Austin and Miss Amanda Elliott, 16 Dec . 1842,
   Witness, George Ruggles.                                        R. Gibbs , Dept . Clerk .
Rebecca J . Crawford, David Crawford, and John H.               Samuel Day and Miss Harriet Blackman, 9 Feb . 1843 ,
   Crawford bound to Christopher W  ilhelm , P~ilip
                                                                   R. Gibbs, Dept . Clerk .
   Bahler , and Henry West, Trustees, in sum of $500            David Bronson and Miss Clarissa Munson , 9 June 1845 ,
   on condition that Rebecca J . Crawford ' s child                D. M. Barnum, Dept . Clerk .
   Myrtle shall not become a township charge, 19                Amos Stevens and Miss Deborah Parr , 28 Aug . 1845,
   Aug . 1869 . Witness, C.R. Gardner.                             D. M. Barnum , Dept. Clerk .
Henry Stoll, Valentine Stoll, bound unto Trustees               Nathaniel G. Carter and Miss Rachel M. Ward, 14 Feb .
   in sum of $500, under condition that Ellen                      1846, H. Brown , Clerk, H.C.P.
   Barber is the mother of a bastard child of which             Samuel G. Braman and Miss Belinda Webb, 4 Feb . 1847,
   she accuses Henry Stoll of being the father , and
                                                                   D.M. Barnum, Dept . Clerk .
   that child shall never b ecome a township charge.            Degolier King and Mrs. Almira King, 2 May 1854 , C. B.
   Witnesses, C. R. Gardner and John Smith. Valentine              Stickney , Probate Judge ; marriage solemnized 7
   Stoll signed in German.                                         May 1854 .

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Joshua Cr os s a nd Miss Ma ry Tr a cy, 28 Fe b . 1856 , F .                                                        c
                                                                       Sutherland 9 . Jame s McConnel 21 , Ale x M Connel 20 .
   Sear s , Probate Judge .                                            Lor en z o Wing 17, George Winters 17, Frederick
Josiah H. Co a t s an d Elir a Pond, 1 5 Sept . 1856 , F .             Roorb a ck 17 , John Ro orba c k 15, Joseph Akright 16,
   Sears, Probate Judge .                                                                                             a
                                                                       Jos eph Hemenway 14 , Truma n Hemenway 13, W rren
Hartin Mann and Eme line Brown , 13 Jan . 18 l,7, II .                 Spal d ing 13, J e ptha Robinson 11 , James Robinson
   Brown , Clerk , H.C . P .                                           10, Stewart D. Parker 10 , Truman Gat e s 11 , George
                                                                       Run ya n 10, Frederick Morse 6, Elias Horse 10,
      Common Pl e as Cases (Pond , New London Twp . )
                                                                       Charles IIemenway 8, Manin g IIemenway 6 , Ethemer
 a
W ty Rumsey vs . James and Sally Fancher . Sally Fan-                  Child 6, James Wing 8 , William McConnel 25. James
    cher did ta ke and convert to her use eight head                   R. Right 12, Abram Akright 10, Sally Akright 12 ,
    of geese, the pr operty of the plaintiff . Claims                  Lewis Winters 11 , Roxa Ann Right 10 , Ali s Gat e s
   damages $15 . Heard 2 M . 1844 at school house
                              ar                                       8, William Bridge 10 , Mlli s sa Robinson 15 , Nancy
    (East Creek). John Rumsey, Lucinda Braman, John                    Hemenway 5, Walter Parker 21, Charles Morse 8 ,
   H. Perkins , Harry lIal,es , Sally Rumse y and Es th e r            Oli ver Child 5 , Jud s on Bridge 5 , Jane McConnel 10 ,
   Hand witnesses for plaintiff; Clark W          ilson , Mar -        and Betsey McConnel 21 .
   sha Fancher, Chancy Shaw, and lIenry Hart for de-
                                                                         School Ta xables (Hemen way , Ne w London Twp . )
   fendants . Plaintiff awar d(' d $1 and costs $3.46.
Elizabeth Day , an unmarried woman, is pre gnant and                List of those liable to pay taxes in School District
   states fath er i s Perry H. Coleman . Perry H. Cole-                No.7 , New London Twp . , were: Joel Parker , Abigail
   man and Phillip Y. Coleman 28 June 1845 acknow-                     Haight, Daniel Hemenway, Horace Child , M. Merri-
   ledged themselves indebted to New London Twp . for                  field, J . C. Robinson, Henry Runyan , John Akright .
   $200 to be levied off chattels and lands if Perry                   M. L . Morse , Jacob Roorback, Alex . McConnel, Wm .
   failed to oppear (ca sp lat e r di s miss ed) .                     Denh am, James McConn e ll, Jonathan Bridge, Amos
Josiah Day vs . lIiram 'l'. K llo(l(l . lJ e fendant app e ar e d
                             (!                                        Darby, and John l\oo r ba;;-\< (not daLed, ca . 18 /,0) .
   12 Sept . 1845 and confess ed judgment on note for
                                                                         Militia List s of Delinguents (Hemenway, New
   $10 . 26 . He promised to pay amount in Black Salts
                                                                         London Twp . )
   by May next .
Horace Conner vs . John Hiller . Claim by plaintiff of              Lists of Delinquents in the Second Rifle Regiment,
   right of property (one yoke of oxen and one stock                   Second Brigade and Eleventh Division of Ohio
   of wheat) . Theodore McCord , Andrew Evans , Solomon                Militia residing in the Township of New London,
   Terwilliger, Charles Hagerman and Alanson Ter-                      Huron Co . Ohio , 21 Sept . 1838, certified by John
   williger witne s ses f or plaintiff. lIor a ce Conner,              Hatchet, Colonel of 2nd Regt. Harri s on Morril l,
   a non-resid ent , had to give bail for costs . Sub-                 Paymaster, Ne w London . Gives names of delinquents ,
   poena issued for lIarri s Pe ck , Eli Smith, John                   fine for non-attendance at company muster ($1) ,
   Miller Jr ., Isaac P. Ca s e , Trac y Case , Henr y                 fine for non-uniform at company muster (25¢) ,
   Claflin and W   eed Stevens for defendant . Trial                   fin e for non-attendance at regimental muster
   held 31 July 1847 . Plaintiff failed to establish                   ($1 . 50), and for non-uniform at regimental muster
   his right of property . Def e ndant to r e co ver                   (25¢), the total amount, and general remarks .
   $3.85 costs .                                                       Most attended but didn't bother with the uniforms .
William Gates vs . Lorton Holiday , to recover for                     Names included: Henry F . Carpenter, Isaac Carpen-
   chopping and cording 100 cords of wood at $40 .                     ter , Alson Barber, John Fisher , Jesse Braman Jr .,
   Philip Y. Coleman , Perry H. Coleman, Zebulon                       Harrison Shaw, David Braman, George Burnet , Moses
   Brundage , John Roorback and Nathaniel Runyan                       R. Day , Mahlon Fay, Cyrus Foster , Samuel Foster ,
   spoke for plaintiff. Trial held at Holiday 's                       James McConnel , Wm . McConnel, James 0 . Merrifield,
   Tavern in New London , 30 Dec . 1847 (verdict                       Joel Miner , Benjamin Tainter, John Roorback , James
   missing) .                                                          White , Derrick Sutfin. Steven C. Cl~n , Sylvanius'
                                                                       Rice , Isaac P. Wilson and William Shepherd .
      Quarterly Schoo l Reports (llemenway , New
                                                                    List of Delinquents in 5th Co ., 2nd Rifle Regt ., at
      London Twp . )
                                                                       court held at house of Benj . Kniffins in Green-
Maria Jennings , Teacher in Dist . No . 4 & & fr a c-                  wich , July 17, 1841, includes : Jonathan Ward,
   t ional , Ne w London and Rug gles Twp . Huron Co .,                Rufus Park , Demiss Winters , Sardus Pixley , Jame s
   quarter ending 30 Au g. 1849 , notes 20 mal e s , 16                White , Caleb Van Rankin, Wm . Bridge , Chas . White,
   female s enr olled . Aver a ge number in attendance                 Isaac P . Wilson, Henry Carpenter, Halsey Hubbard ,
   was 19 55/79ths . The branches taught we re r e ad-                 John Fisher , James HcConnell , Daniel Underhill ,
   ing, writing, geo graphy, gr ammar , and arithmetic .               Joel Miner, Cyrus Foster, and Isaac Carpenter .
Report of term of s chool taught in Dist . 7 , New Lon-                Signed , J . C. Parker, Adjt.
   do n Twp . , by H. Merrif i eld , commencin g 24 Dec .
                                                                         Fine Orders (Hemenway, Net, London Twp . )
   1838 and ending 19 Mar . 1839 . Whole number en-
   rolled 57, 32 males , 25 females , with a verage                 In conformity to Act of 35th Ge n eral Ass embly to
   attendance o f 24. Li s t ei ve s nam es of s tud e nts ,           discipline militia, C. W. Page, Presiding Officer
   ages, numb er of days present . To avoid confusion ,                of Brigade Court , transmits to J . C. Hanford, Pay-
   just a ges are listed here : Martha Ann Roorba c k                  mast e r of 3rd Re gt . Inf ., 2nd Brig ., 11th Di v.,
   21, Sarah M. Roorback 16 , Jane Ackri ght 16 ,                      Ohio Militia, 11 Oct . 1839, orders to fine Capt .
   Edith a Spal d ing 15, Ra chel Gate s 15, Lydia Gates               John Cory Jr ., $5 , for want of unif orm , and
   13, lI arriet Parker 19, julia Ann Sto cking 20 ,                   Lieut . Daniel Higgins , $8 , for non-attend ance
   Elizab e th Parker 13, Rozett a Rollinson 13, Mary                  on 23 and 2l, Aug . 1839, and lIi Ggins as well on
  Wing 12 , Miner va W  inters 1 2 , Lu cr e tia Spaldin g             13 Sept . 1839 .
   10, ~Ialvina Spal d ing 8, Lydi a Runyan 8 , Ann
  J enet Parker 8, M   ary Ann Robinson 8, lI a nnah S .

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     Notes (Hemenway , New London Twp . )                          Personally appeared before me on th i s ninth day uf
                                                                      April 1856, Cyrus Fost er, and qualified according
One year from this date, either of us pr omis e to                    to law for the office of Township Assessor . A.D .
                  .
   pay to John W Hendryx fourteen dollars and fif-                    Skellenger, Township Clerk .
   ty cents it beinG for value rec'd., New London,
   Sept . 21 , 1838, John Gates, Nathan Swan, interest                  Cemetery Deeds (New London Twp. Record)
   $2.95 .                                                         Joseph Ames, Ransom Barrett, John Roorback, Trustees
Due the bearer three dollars for value received,                      of Greenwood Cemetery Association, in consider-
   New London, March the 25, 1841. John Day .                         ation of $1 paid by Walter Sutfin, John Middles-
Clinton, reb. Ll, 18 /10, oll e day after date, I pro-                warth, and lIolsy lIubbard, Truste e s o[ New London
   mise to pay J . C. Curtis s , $2 . 77, valu e receiverl.           Twp., sell 1',; acres of land in Lot 20, 1st Sec-
   Hiram Knapp .                                                      tion for purposes of a public burial ground,
New London, Oct. 22, 1841, Received of Timothy Rum-                   dated 8 July 1871 (now called Day Cemetery).
   sey my fees in a suit before 'Square" Heminway,                 ~ Some township books record deeds for individual
   Timothy Rumsey , Plantf . and Jonathan Ward, De-                   cemetery lots. This one does not.
   fendant . Elisabeth (her X mark) Hand .
                                                                        County Fund (New London Twp . Record)
   Executions on Judgments (Hemenway, New London
   Twp·.- ) - - - -                                                List of names of those who subscribed to the County
                                                                      Fund, and the amount refunded by tax levied 1864,
To any constable, whereas James Barnes obtained a                     dated at New London, May 26, 1864. Names include
   judgment against Caleb Van Vrankin before Daniel                   Joseph Ames, Cyrenius Bates, Horace Fish, Lafa-
   Hemenway JP for $6.13 debt and 22%¢ costs on 12                    yette Bonney, A. Lang by Ann Lang, Wm. L . Bissel ,
   Sept . 1841, you are commanded that the goods and                  E. D. Newkirk, Wm . Belding, Z. Brundage, James
   chattels of Caleb Van Vrankin be made the debt .                   Callins, Warren Bracey, Milan Denham, H.D. Pack-
Whereas Lucian Noble obtained a judgment against                      ard, Wm . McCray, L . H. Nobles , James Thompkins,
   Benjamin Cory, 14 July 1841, any constable is                      Street Rice, George Bissel , S.L. Knapp, A. Ketchum,
   commanded to levy $4.48 debt and 60¢ cost on                       Thomas Ratigan , John Dohorty, Allen Day, R. n.
   Cory ' s goods and chattels.                                       Johnson, Allen Priest, Ann Lang, J . B. Robinson ,
     Summons (Hemenway, New London Twp . )                            O.S. Merrifield, L . L . Merrifield , Wm . Prosser,
                                                                      B.F . Carpenter , E . P . Barney, E. A. Robinson , L.
To any constable of Township of New London, you are                   Kilburn, Cyrus Tarney, O. P. Post, C.W. Gregory,
   hereby commanded to summon Alson Barber to appear                  John Hofstatter, Daniel Sutfin, Bushnel Post, E.
   before Daniel Hemenway JP on 31 Aug . 1839 to                      G. Day, J . E. Chandler, T. B. Heminway , John King,
   answer unto P . T . Porter and M. Merrifield , ad-                 Manning Heminway, H.D. Chapin, R. Van Vrankin , A.
   ministrators of Peter Kinsley , deceased .                         H. Messenger, II . B. Parks, Ambrose Ames, E . H.
To any constable, you are commanded to summon Alson                   Chandler, John Cook, J . II . June, C. McClave, D. W.
   Barber, Daniel Higgins, Henry Close, Joseph Haw-                   Anderson, E. Robinson, Henry C. Belden, A. Mc-
   kins, Anna Burton, Elijah Bills, and Samuel Bur-                   Clellan, Lorin Rumsey, John Rumsey, and many
   ton to appear 27 Jan. 1842 and give testimony in                   other names - perhaps most of the township .
   case, State of Ohio vs . John S. Albro .
                                                                        Poll Lists (Fitchville Twp.)
     Commissions (New London Twp . Record)
                                                                   Special election held 17 Sept . 1833 for Justice of
Nathaniel Runyan's (Justice of the Peace) commission                  the Peace. 81 electors voted. Peter Mead had 39
   is dated July 16th, A. D. 1855 . A. D. Skellenger,                 votes ; Lewis G. Green won with 42 votes. Electors
   Twp. Clerk.                                                        included: Stephen R. Atkins, Philander Austin ,
R. C. Powers this day resigned his commission as                      Henry Barnes, John Barnes, Lewis Barnes, Trista-
   Justice of the Peace to take effect on the first                   mon D. Barnes, Major Barrett, John Bell, Erastus
   day of January next. New London, Nov. 27, 1856 .                   Brown, Zebulon Brundage, Jacob H. Bush, Benjamin
   L . Kilburn, Twp . Clerk.                                          Chase, Horatio N. Clark, Thomas Clark, Absalom H.
     Election Results (New London Twp . Record)                       Coleman, James H. Conway , Chauncey Crane, Charles
                                                                      C. Crittenden, Hiram A. Curtiss, Joseph C. Cur-
The election results given for 2 Apr. 1866, were                      tiss, Harvey Denton, Jabez Denton, Peter Eastman,
   Justice of the Peace, Holsey Hubbard; Township                     Abel F. Eaton, Isaac Eaton , William Eaton, John
   Trustees, Asel Miner, George Washburn, and John                    Filkins, Henry Jarvis Foot, John S . Foot , Walter
   Hofstatter; Treasurer, R. C. Powers; Assessor ,                    Foot, Reuben Fox , Amos Green, Amos Green Jr.,
   George Jenney; Clerk, Frank Starbird; Constables                   Ebenezer Green, Silas S. Green, Zalmon Green,
   Hiram Day, B.F. Watros, S . S . Bigelow, and 21                    Harry Hickok, Adna Hinman, Harvey Hubbard, Heze-
   road supervisors.                                                  kiah Johnson, Jefferson Johnson, William H. Ladd,
     Qualifications (New London Twp. Record)                          Sepheniah Lathrop, Matthew Laughlin, Daniel Q.
                                                                      Lyon, John Matchet, Bradford L. Mead, Edward B.
The followinG supervisor s were qualified by road                     Mead, Luther Mead, William Mead, and many others .
   district, 13 Apr. 185~: James Doyle in Dist . No.
   1, lIenry B. Parks 2 , Geor(;e Ilurne t 3, Asel Miner                Marks and Brands (fitchville Twp . )
   4 S.W. Wheaton 5, Wm . Hood 6, A.C. Potter 7,                   Frances Keyes, 7 May 1827, a square crop off the
   D~niel Underhill 8, Jno . 1I0fstatter 9, Hutchings                 right ear and one slit in the same.
   Ilarrett 10, G. D. Stevens 11, L.lI. Noble 12, D. S.            Linus Palmer , 2 Apr . 1825, a halfpenny in the under-
   Parker 13, James Shephard 111, F. IIoyt 15, James                  side of both ears.
   IIarrison 16 , Daniel White 17, He nry Knowlton 18,             Robert Connelly , 1 July 1842, a swallow fork in the
   Daniel S . rand 19, F.II. Carpenter 20, GeorGe                     end of the left ear, transferee! rrom lIelll:y
   Golden 21, and M. Brooks 22.                                       ~lorgall .


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                             JACOB S. POTTORF BIBLE

          Mrs. Richard L. Pottorf, 1352 Byron Ave., Columbus OH 43227

Bible by the American Bible Society, New York, 1866. The original is held by
the submitter. Inside the flyleaf is written "J.S.Pottorf, Oneida, Ohio."

Births
Elisabeth Pott orf born in the year of our Lord 1840 Sep 16th
Mary C. Pottorf was born Feb 3rd 1843
Sarah A. Pottorf was born Aug. 10th 1844
Kennedy G. Pottorf was born Aug 23rd 1850
Emery A. Pottorf was born April 10th 1855
Lulu May Pottorf was born Oct 17th 1863

Marriages
Jacob S. Pottorf & Hannah Gilmore married Sep 13th 1838
Will J. Blythe & Lulu May Pottorf married Oct 28th 1885
Wesley I.B.Wass & Elisabeth Pottorf married May 2nd 1861
Hurbert Shepherd & Mary C. Pottorf married Jan 4th 1870
Rev.S.S.Condo & Sallie Pot torf married Sep 25th 1872
Kennedy G. Pottorf & Axie A. Worley married March 25th 1875

Deaths
Emery A. Pottorf departed this life June 29th 1862 aged 7y 2m 13d
Lizzie D. Wass died in Adams Co Ind March 6, 1875 aged 34y 5m 12d
                          --------------------------
                          --------------------------
                           KENNEDY G. POTTORF BIBLE
          Mrs. Richard L. Pottorf, 1352 Byron Ave . , Columbus OH 43227

The Bible by the American Bible Society, New York, 1884. Throughout this
record, he is called "K.G . " His name is taken from the previous record.

Births
K.G.Pottorf born Aug 23rd 1850
Achsa Worley born Nov 5th 1856
Gra ce D. Pottorf 1875 (think) born Dec 30th
Royal J. Pottorf born Mar 31st 1880
Emory E. Pottorf born Dec 20th 1883

Marriages
K.G.Pottorf & Achsa Worley were married Mar 25th 1875
Royal J. Pottorf & Gertrude Downer were married (no date)
Grace D. Pottorf & Chas.Slagle were married March 4th 1911
Emory E. Pottorf & Vera Thompson were married Dec 12 1917

Deaths
K.G.Pottorf died March 23rd 1906
Achsa Pottorf died April 29th 1917
Emory E. Pottorf died Jan 5th 1949
Grace D. Slagle died Dec 9th 1914
Royal Pot torf d Nov 28, 1952, Miami Fla,      bur. Dec   4 1952   at Bethlehem Cem

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BIBLE RECORDS
                            ROBERT N. GRAHAM BIBLE RECORD

           Mrs. Richard L. Pottorf, 1352 Byron Ave . , Columbus OH 43227

             Bible by Hu rlbut, Williams & Co ., Hartford Conn, 1862.

Marriages
Robert N. Gr aham & Martha M r e, Dec . 25, 1855
                            oo

Births
M ary A. Graham born Jan 18, 1857
I sado ra F. Graham bo rn May 2 , 1858
M elissa J . Graham born Nov 12, 1859
James W. Graham born April 21, 1861

Separate sheet dated Sept . 17, 1908, Oneida Ohio
IIAges of Father, Mother and Chi ldr en . Bo r n as f ollows :

John Finef r ock Thompson bo rn M r ch 22 , 1858
                                   a
I sado r a Fl oren ce Graham born May 2, 1858
Cec il Leroy Th om   pson born Dec 18, 1883
James Foste r Th ompso n bo r n April 2 , 1885
Lester Th omas Thompson born Mar ch 27 , 1887
                                     ay
Gilbert Allison Thompson born M 3, 1889
Mary M   yrtle Thompson born Ma y 22 , 1891
Vera Hannah Thompson born Nov 23, 1892
Zelda Iw ilda Thompson bo r n Oct 30 , 1894

                               THOMAS WINN BIBLE RECORD

                 Tom & Gene M ocea , Box 583 , N
                             ol                 orth Lim a OH 44452

This Bi bl e was published by the American Bible Society, New York, 1873 . It was
purchased at a sale in Ohio, but the W     inn fam ily may not have lived in Ohio .
            s
Th ere seem to be little or no ev id ence of them in Ohio census records.

Marriag es
Th oma s Winn & Maria Coo ke, 15 Nov 181 1
Thomas Winn Jr . & K.H. Green, Mar ch 23 rd 1862
Samu el Theodore Redman & M  aria Winn, Ap r il 11th 1883
Ben M M r oe & Sue M. Winn, Novembe r 27th 1883
       . on
 ar
M ri ages of the children of Thos Winn Sr.
Catharine Nourse Winn & A. G. Young, 1826
H. W nn & M il da Hug gins 185 1
    i      at
S. B.Winn to Geo C. Tay lo r 1832
Susan M. Winn & B. F. Crutchfield 25th Sep 1837
Bethe S. H.Winn to Ed M. Pertree 1839
Charles H. Winn & Mar garett Coltson about 1856
Thomas Winn to K. H. Green March 23rd 1862

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 BI BLE RECORDS

Family Record of Thomas Winn Sr            Births

                       inn
Chatha r ine Nourse W , 11 August 1812
Heze ke h Winn November 27 , 1813
                  inn
Sobella Boles W , 12 May 181 4
              inn
Susan Mary W , November 28 1816
Betty Scott Humph r ies Wi nn, 18 Oct 1818
M tha Ann Winn, M 12th 1820
 ar                   ay
Char les Humphries Winn, 24 Ap r i l 1822
Thomas Winn 27th Feb 182 4
John Coo ke Wi nn Aug 19th 1829
Sa r ah Gains Wi nn 4 Jan 1826

Thomas Winn J r. 27th Feby 182 4
K.H. Greene 8t h Decr 18 40
Ch i ld r en :
       M  aria Winn April 1st 1863
                ar
       Susan M y W        a
                     inn M r ch 2nd 1866

Deaths
Thomas Winn Sr . J uly 8th 1862
      ar
Mr s M ia Winn Oct 2nd 1853

Child r en
Catharine N. Pe r t r ee about 24th Dec r 1857
S. B.Tay l or Aug 3r d 1852
S. G.Winn Sept 16th 1849
S. B. H. Pertree ab 1841
Charles H. Winn M    arch 1876
John Cooke Winn Sept 23 r d 1829
Hezekiah Winn July 6th 189 4
Thomas Winn Janua r y 26th 1908
Maria Winn Redman Janua ry 1st 1918 7:45pm
Keziah Higbee Greene Winn Febry 4th 19 19
Ben Montgomery M   onroe Feb ry 1st 1912
                              =========================

                                            MI
                              EDWIN JONES FA LY BIBLE

           Lois Adams Bende r, E. 1532 Pinecrest Rd . , Spo kane WA 99203

The following mater i al is ta ke n f r om a Bib le published in Chicago by Gott wals &
McDonough, 121 South Halsted St . There is no publication date shown anywhere in
the Bible .
                                         MARRIAGES

Edwi n Jones ma rri ed to Esther Damon Octobe r 29, 183 4
                                            ay
Joel D. Jones ma r ried to Mary J . Miller M 1st 1859
E.W.Jones married to Victoria Walters February 7th 1867
Bertha C. Jones married & Lewis E. Allerton Oct 14 , 1903
Waldena L. Allerton to John N. Adams August 15, 1931
V. Ruth Allerton to Chalmer F. Lutz August 12th 1933

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BIBLE RECORDS
                                        BIRTHS

Edwin Jones born October 19th 1811
Esther Damo n bo rn October 2nd 1813
       am
Joel D on Jones born August 20th 1835
John Dexter Jones born N   ovemb er 14th 1839
Edward Waldo Jones born Augu st 14th 1844
Benjamin C. Jones Jan 19th 1868
Bertha C. Jones June 15t h 1875
                        ay
Waldena L. Allert on M 19th 1905
V. Ruth Allert on Novembe r 30th 1908
Lois Eli zab eth Adam s April 13th 1934
Jean Carol yn Adams Jun e 15th 1937
Mary Katherin e Lutz Ja nuar y 8t h 1937
Elizabeth Allert on Lutz July 11th 1940

Mearl e Jones born Oct 3, 1907
Alfred W. Jones (n o date)
Stanley Jones (n o date)

                                        DEATHS

Edwin Jones died May 5th 1883 at 12 :45pm aged 71y 7m 16d
         a
Edward W ld o Jones April 30th 1909
M.Vi ctori a Jones Octobe r 9th 1929
                     ov
Ben C. Jones died N 14, 1937 at 1:50 am aged 69y 10m 10d

                           WILLIAM H. ALLERTON FAMILY BIBLE

           Lois Adams Bender, E.1532 Pinecrest Rd., Spokane WA 99203

This r eco rd i s taken fr om the H y Bible publis hed by
                                   ol                         L.U. Snead & Co ., Mount
Union, Ohi o , 1875.
                                       ARR
                                      M IAGES

William H. Allert on to Perme lia Sc rant on, October 30th 1868
Laura B. Allerton to Ba r dine Ralph Smith in Al li ance OH , January 29th 1890

Nelli e Leo na All erton to Lew i s E. Heis l er in Berlin Cen t er OH, April 22nd 1897

Lew i s E. Allerton to Bertha C. Jones in Cl eve l and OH, October 14, 1903    **
                               ye
William Allerton to Susan M r s in Alliance OH (no date given)
                        ye
Nita Heisler to Roy M r s April 20t h 1919 in Mi chigan
Paul He i sle r to Elma Jackso n June 24th 1926 in Florida
Elbert L. Smit h to Golden LeGette Jan 13, 1924 i n Liberty, Mi ssouri
Wal dena Allerton to John Adams Aug 15, 193 1 in Cleveland OH
V.Ruth Al l erto n to Cha lmer Lu tz Aug 12 , 1933 in Cleveland OH
            (continued)




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BI BL E RECORDS
                                          BIRTHS

N lli e L. Allerton daughter of Wi ll iam H. & Permelia bo rn M 16, 1870
 e                                                                    ay
Lau r a B. Alle r ton, daughte r of Wi lliam H. & Pe rm el i a , born August 15, 1872
Lewis A. Al le rt on son of William H. & Permelia born June 12, 1874
Jua nita Heisler June 26th 1898, N. Benton OH
Paul Allert on H            ov
                   eisler N 23 r d 1902 Aust in bu rg OH
        ay          ar
Ruby M Sm ith M ch 24th 189 1
Elbert Lewi s Smi th September 22 , 1892
                         ay
Wald ena L. All ert on M 19th 1905 Allian ce OH
Vi ctoria Ruth Allerton N    ovemb er 30th 1908 Cleveland OH

                                          DEATHS

Perme lia All ert on June 9t h 1899 buried in Allian ce OH
Willi am H. Allert on August 1st 1918 buri ed in Alli an ce OH
Bardin e Ralph Smith July 4th 1923 buried in Kan sas City

                              MEMORANDA        - GRANDCHILDREN

Robert Myer s adopted, bo rn Jan. 12, 192 5
Jos eph Mye r s born Oct .14, 1927
Evange line My ers born Sept 16, 1929
Emma Jean Hei s l er born Feb.25, 1927
                   e
Laura Allerton H isler born Feb.23, 1928
Loi s Elizabeth Adams born April 13, 1934
Jean Carolyn Adams born Jun e i s, 1937
Mary Kath erine Lutz born Jan.8, 1937
Elizabet h Allerton Lutz bo rn July ii, 1940

                  +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++




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                        OBITUARIES WITH OHIO CONNECTIONS
                IN NEWS CLIPPINGS, CAMERON, CLINTON CO ., MISSOURI

        submitted by Eldora McCaskey, 3796 Cole Rd . , Perrysville OH 44064
The following brief abstracts of obituaries are taken from a collection of
Missouri newspape r clippings on file at the Ohio Genealogical Society . Anyone
interested may write for copies.


AKEY, ALLEN BROWN, b 4 Sep 1866, Fredericksburg OH (obit p25,27)
ALLEN, LYLE CAMPBELL b 28 Aug 1876 in ~teubenville OH; wife ANNA MABEL (WRIGHT)
     ALLEN; dau LOIS ALLEN m RICHARD BOWMAN in 1932 (obits p191 ,184; marr . p157)
 BEEBE, JULIA ETTA (BOMFIELD) b 4 Jan 1847 near Janesville OH (obit p96)
BENNETT, BYRON B. b 1838 in Brunswick OH (obit p185)
BING, EUNICE EFFIE (FIRST) b 3 Sep 1861 in Ohio, m C. C. BING in Cheshire OH in
     1879 (obit p207)
BROWN, SEWELL F. b 19 Nov 1849 in Hinckley, Medina Co OH (obit p202)
COOPER, NANCY E. (SMITH) b 25 Sep 1841 in CoshoctonCo OH (obit p107)
CORN, BERTHA (HUNTER) b 12 Apr 1877, Millersburgh OH (obit p2)
DITMARS, JAMES b 2 Aug 1846 in Holmes Co OH; m (1) Feb 1870 in Ohio to HANNAH
    CARLTON/CHARLTON; m (2) 1884 to "Bell" SUSAN ISABEL JOHNSON, b 11 Oct 1851
     in Coshocton Co OH; to MO 1880. (obits p108,107)
EASTER, ISABELLE (MAYBERRY) b 12 Jne 1848 in Fayette Co OH (obit p103)
ELLIOTT, R.F., brother of Josephine; JOSEPHINE (ELLIOTT) CHIVENS b Nov 1862 in
    Ohio . (obits p94,85)
ENTRIKEN, HAROLD & STELLA MAY McCOMB, Carroll Co OH . (marriage p131)
ESTEP, IDA EMMA (MRS . FILLEY) b 31 Jan 1855 in Seneca Co OH (obit p203)
EWING, SUSANNA (CHARLTON) b 3 Feb 1838 near Holmesville OH (obit p24)
FOY, THOMAS & wife M  ARY (HANNA) FOY as children lived near Cambridge, Guernsey
    Co OH; living in Guthrie Ok, saw Halley's Comet 75 years ago in Ohio . (item
    p62)
FRENCH, JAMES BARNEY b 14 Sep 1865 in Wakeman OH (obit p86)
GAINES, DORA (KAGAY) b 1860 in Ohio (obit p187)
GILMORE, KATE P. b Homestead PA, spent childhood & married JOHN GILMORE 1 May
    1872 in Youngstown OH; to MO 1874; son JAMES CALVIN GILMORE b 1873 in Ohio;
    son WILLIAM GILMORE . (obits p104,186,198)
GOFF, NANCY (SHIRTS) b Columbiana Co OH; mother of ALONZO GOFF (his obit p189)
GOODBRAKE, CHRISTENA (GLASS) b 16 May 1813, Columbiana Co, m (1) Christian
    GOODBRAKE ; m (2) William KELLY; m (3) John CURRY (obit p1)
GOODRICH, NATHAN S. b 2 Apr 1844 in Sciotoville OH (obit p96)
HARNE, JOSIAH b Maryland, m 14 Apr 1886 JENNIE L. MERIDETH of Ohio (his obit
    p52)
HARPER, DAVID K. b 26 Jly 1852 at Shreve, Wayne Co OH; to MO 1866; wife ELIZA
    (O'DONNELL) HARPER . (obits p120,203)
HAUGER, CHRISTINE, b 13 Apr 1820, Holmes Co OH, wife of William, married in
   Ohio 1837. (her obit p27; his obit p117)
KRESSE, CARRIE (SCHMITT) b 29 Oct 1857 ~incinnati OH (obit p115)
LONGSTRETH, GEORGE WASHINGTON b 2 Apr 1832 near Deavertown OH; HARRIET
    (LONGSTRETH) LINDSAY EVANS b 30 Jan 1845 near Deavertown . (obits p105, 82)



OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)               35
OBITUARIES WITH OHIO CONNECTIONS

McCASKEY, MARGARET ANNE (MRS . WILHOIT) b 11 Jne 1845 in New Lisbon, Columbiana
    Co OH (per 1850 census, believed to be daughter of JAMES & MARGARET
    McCASKEY, Madison Tp . , Columbiana Co) (obit p51)
McCOMB, ALBERT slo Thomas b 24 Jne 1864 Carroll Co OH (obit p113)
McCOMB, THOMAS b 12 Dec 1827 PA, to Carroll Co OH, then to Springfield OH (obit
    p166)
McVICKER, FRANK BARNETT b 24 Jan 1880 at Plainfield OH (obit p188)
MUNSELL, JUDGE JOHN N b 14 Jan 1849 near West Mansfield, Logan Co OH (obit p85)
NEFF, D.A., b 22 Dec 1844 in Grayersville OH; m SAMANTHA HARPER in Ohio; to MO
    1866 (obit p106)
PEARLS, WILLIAM ALLEN b 6 Jly 1848 in Muskingum Co OH; m in Ohio to MARTHA
    OFFORD; dau LILLY MAE (PEARLS) EGGLESTON b 6 Apr 1873 in Morgan Co OH (obits
    p120, 210)
POLAND, JAMES WESLEY b 1 Dec 1855 in Hocking Co OH; wife JENNIE E. (BADGER)
    POLAND b 17 May 1859 near Bellefonta i ne, Logan Co OH (obits p205,205)
ROMMELL, CHARLES ELMER, b 19 May 1867 near Logan, Hocking Co OH (obit p31)
RUSSELL, JAMES BURR b 17 Dec 1863 in Morrow Co OH; wife CHARLOTTE (LUCAS)
   RUSSELL; daughter CECIL RUSSELL m to HARRY SIFERS (ob it s p199,207,177; mar
   p47)
SCHLORFF, EMMA LOUISE b 20 Sep 1849 in Germany, to KY, later to Cincinnati OH;
   husband FREDERICK SCHLORFF; daughter EVA (SCHLORFF) THOMAS (obits p108, 41,
   183)
SCOFIELD, LYMAN A. from Defiance OH (obit p40; wife's obit p28)
SHAW, ERWIN EVERETT b 22 Apr 1866 in Chatham OH; age 6 to Wauseon OH; to MO
   1889 (obit p185)
SHEPHERD, LAVERNA AMANDA (GIBBONS) b 20 Feb 1839 in Weston VA/WVa\ to Quaker
   City OH in 1857; to MO 1889 (obit p105)
SMITH, THOMAS MILTON, b 23 Apr 1861, Columbiana Co OH; MATILDA SMITH wlo
   Thomas, b 22 Jan 1826, Knox Co OH . (obits p22 & 23)
STAFFORD, MARY ANN (NEFF) b 5 Nov 1856 in Greensville, Knox Co OH (obit p93)
UMSTOTT, McCOY b 1 Jly 1865 in Newcomerstown OH (obit p84)
WATSON, ABRAHAM b 5 Jly 1834 Seneca Co OH; MARY E. (WILHOIT) WATSON wlo
   Abraham; BLANCH (WATSON) BROWNING, dlo Abraham & Mary; NANCY ELLEN (WATSON)
   BOWMAN dlo Abraham & Mary (obits p37,12,91,176)
ZIEGENBEIN, HENRY b about 1856 Cincinnati OHj sister CHARLOTTE HENRIETTA
   FREDERICA WILHELMINA (ZIEGENBEIN) EAKIN (obits p87,25)




OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)              36
                     TEMPLE CEMETERY, JACKSON TWP., UNION COUNTY

    s ubm itted by Dr. Ter ry L. Schurch , 31777 Winnemac Rd . , Rich wood OH 43344

The submitter prepared a 20-page manuscript, creating a rec onst ruct ed version
of the probable burials in this fami ly cemetery . The manuscript may be viewed
at the OGS Library. Dr. Schurch would welc ome correspondence.

TEMPLE, SARA JANE WRIGHT, d 11 May 1813 (f irst wife of Th omas Temple)

TEMPLE, THOMAS, b 20 Apr 1772, d 9 Aug 1845 ae 73y 3m 20d (1st wife SARA JANE
   WRIGHT, 2nd wife JANE BRITTON, buried at Amlin, Franklin Co OH)

TEMPLE, WILLIAM B., b 10 Jly 1846, d 29 Aug 1846 ae 1m (child of Joseph Sr)

TEMPLE, JOSEPH SR . b 23 Feb 1801 d 10 Aug 1856 (son of Th omas Temple)

TEMPLE, EVA G., d 28 Jan 1861 ae 9m 13d (d/o Joseph Jr. & Lucy)

TEMPLE, MARGARET (WASHBURN) b 13 Apr 1806, d 6 May 1863 (w/o Joseph Sr)

TEMPLE, ALMA JANE b 8 M 1862 d 20 Aug 1863 ae 1y 3m 12d (d/o Geo. & Martha)
                       ay

TEMPLE, JOHN P., b Jly 1866, d 13 Aug 1867 ae 1y 1m (p r ob .s/o John W. & Lydia )

TEMPLE, CHALMER U. , b 8 Aug 1864 d 2 Oct 1867 ae 3y 2m 2d (d/o Abraham)

TEMPLE, AVANILE d 11 May 1871 (d/o John M. & Prudence)

TEMPLE, LU CY ANN ANDREWS, b 19 Aug 1825, d 1 Jly 1871 ae 45 (w/o Joseph Jr)

TEMPLE, HARVEY W , b Mar 1872, d 9 Nov 1872 ae 9m 3d (s/o Jacob & Matilda)
                .

TEMPLE, HARLEY WILLIS b Jne 1874, d 3 Feb 1876 ae 1y 8m 22d (s/o Jacob & M)

TEMPLE, JOSEPH JR. b 6 May 1827, d 10 May 1884 ae 67y 1d (s/o Joseph Sr . )

TEMP LE, MATILDA DYSERT b 29 Jly 1834, d 1912 ae 77y (2nd wlo Jacob)

EASTMAN, SUSANNAH TEMPLE, b 25 Mar 1839 , d 15 Mar 1927 (d/o Joseph Sr )

TEMPLE, INFANT (perhaps Thomas)

         .
TEMPLE, W R. (pe r haps Wi 11 i am R)




OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (1991)                37
                                BRELSFORD or WILCOX CEMETERY
                              ADAMS TOWNSHIP, MUSKINGUM COUNTY

             by Thomas Adkins, Route 6 Box 310, Lucasville OH 45648
This cemetery, called BRELSFORD by this compiler, is located in Section 1 of
Adams Twp., Muskingum County, along the northern edge of Wills Creek Reservoir.
The following stones were copied by Mr. Adkins and Neil W. Fowler of Athens,
OH, stating that "all these stones were down, and some were even dragged up the
bank from the water's edge ."
BALLENTINE, ELIZABETH d 2 Sep 1854 ae 71y 10m
BALLENTINE, HUGH d 31 Jan 1829 ae ??y (eroded and broken)
BALLENTINE, MARGARET, wife of Hugh, d 26 May 1821 ae 80y
BALLENTINE, MARY, wife of Hugh, d 14 Jne 1845 ae 58y
BRELSFORD, PRISSILLA, wife of David, d' 17 Feb 1842 ae 64y 8m
BRELSFORD, DAVID d 29 Oct 1855 ae 78y 24d (broken)

Similar records were copied and published by the Muskingum County Chapter, OGS,
in their ANNALS OF ADAMS TOWNSHIP, MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO in 1989. They have
called it WILCOX CEMETERY . The following stones were found in 1973, copied by
Mr. & Mrs. John Kelbley.
BRELSFORD, DAVID d 29 Oct 1855, 78/76y 24d
BRESLFORD, PRISSILLA w/o David d 17 Feb 1842 ae 64y 8m
CLARK, NANCY d/o John & Mary, d 25 Nov 1845 ae 9y 10d
CLARK, INFANT SON OF JAS.W. & M.A., d 29 Sep 1857
CLARK, WILLIAM d 11 May 1872 ae 67y
FOSTER, INFANT SON OF JAMES & HANNAH, d 17 Feb 1850
VALENTINE, ELIZABETH d 21 Sep 1854 ae 74y 10m   ( BALLENTINE in above copy)
VALENTINE, MARY w/o Hugh, d 14 Jne 1845 ae 58y (BALLENTINE in above copy)
WILCOX, JAMES 5/0 C & N d 24 Feb 1832 ae 2y 5m 7d
WILCOX, EMILY dlo C & N d 4 Apr 1846 ae 10y 1m 24d




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OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)                   38
                           OHIOANS IN BENTON CO., MISSOURI
               W.J. DOWNING, 3502 Sharer Rd., Tallahassee FL 32312
THE FOLLOWING NAMES OF CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS ARE TAKEN FROM "VOLUME 1, REUNION OF
OLD SOLDIERS, G. A. R. , AT LINCOLN, MO., 15 AUG 1890"

ABBOTT, B.F ., CO B, 13th OVI, MORA MO
BOLEN, H.T., 14th Ohio Bat., LaMONTE MO
BROMLE, JAMES N., CO I, 173rd OHIO, WINDSOR MO
CARLIN, J.P., CO E, 125th OVM, LINCOLN MO
CARMAN, JOHN, CO I, 107th OVI, WINDSOR MO
CHAPMAN, T.C., CO H, 110th OHIO, WARSAW MO
CHRYST, H., CO H, 20th OVI , SEDALIA MO
DOWNING, W.M., CO D, 33rd OVI, WARSAW MO
DUMP, P., CO H, 33rd OVI , LaMONTE MO
FERGUSON, SAML., CO B, 91st OHIO, WINDSOR MO
GERKEY, ELIAS, CO B, 118th OVI, WARSAW MO
GRANT, W.M., CO I, 25th OHIO, PALO PINTO MO
HUFFMAN, SAML., CO H, 33rd OVI, LINCOLN MO
KING, F., CO I, 107th OVI, WINDSOR MO
MADDEN, A., CO B, 151st OVI, CALHOUN MO
McGULLSE, A. D" CO F, 110th OHIO, LEESVILLE MO
McLAUGHLIN, GEO ., CO E, 43rd OHIO INF, GREENRIDGE MO
McQUEEN, A.D., CO K, 110th OVI, LEESVILLE MO
MITCHEL, J . D., CO C, 102nd OVI, QUINCY MO
SELL, I.N., CO I, 51st OVI, LEESVILLE MO
SHEBLE, M., CO G, 175th OHIO, GREEN RIDGE MO
SIMS, B.F., CO A, 48th OHIO, CALHOUN MO
WHITE, T.B., CO H, 42nd OHIO, WARSAW MO


THE FOLLOWING DEATH RECORDS ARE TAKEN FROM "VOLUME 2, REUNION. OF OLD SOLDIERS,
G.A.R., AT LINCOLN, MO., 15 AUG 1890"
ARNOLD, JEREMIAH, b 21 JAN 1827, AKRON OH; d 12 FEB 1901
BENNETT, GEORGE W., b 30 JNE 1830, MASON OH, d 22 MAY 1931
COLBERT, EDWARD W., b 18 JAN 1845, OHIO, d 4 JAN 1924
DOWNING, ARLINGTON L., b 8 NOV 1848, PIKE CO OH, d 5 OCT 1929
DOWNING, WM.WASHINGTON, b 21 JAN 1827, PIKE CO OH, d 13 JNE 1908
HOCKMAN, W.W., b 31 MAY 1834, PICKAWAY CO OH, d 20 JLY 1909
                .,
LAIRD, GEORGE W b 19 JNE 1847, BELMONT CO OH, d 28 FEB 1936
McCLAIN, JUDGE WM.STEWART, b 4 OCT 1826, MONTG. CO OH, d 17 FEB 1902
PIERCE, JOHN W., b 22 FEB 1821, WASHINGTON CO OH, d 14 JAN 1914
PYLE, HENRY W., b 11 MAR 1833, CLARK CO OH, d 22 JAN 1914
TUCKER, ELZA, b 1808, MANCHESTER OH, d 29 APR 1901
WHITE, THOMAS B., b 7 MAY 1843, KALIDA OH, d 4 MAY 1922




OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (1991)             39
     LEDGER OF DR. J. SCHAEFFER, M.D., DRUGGIST, ROCK SPRINGS, MEIGS COUNTY
      submitted by Da r lene F.Weaver, 386 Shadwell Dr., Ci rclevil l e OH 43113
The l edge r of Dr . J. Schaeffe r, M.D., Druggist, conta i ns dates from 1884
thr ough 1888, and shows acco unt ings f or obstet r ics, sett i ng fr actu r ed legs,
  ed                 ed
m ical visits, m icin es , groce ries, hardware and l oans of m         oney . Repayment
consisted of cash, coa l, work, co rn and wheat. The ledger also co nt ains a
medi cin e bottl e label sample f r om the A.K.Tat em & Co . , Druggists Labe l Printers
of Salem, Oh i o. This ledge r was purc hased at a M  eigs County household sale . Th e
f ol lowing names appea r in the l edge r.
ARNOLD, CLI NTON                              HEILMAN, JOHN
ARNOLD, FRANK                                 HEILMAN, PHILIP
ASHWORTH, A. P.                               HYSELL, PETER, ESTATE
BAILEY, JOHN                                  MARTIN, JOSEPH
BARTLEY, ROBERT                               MARTI N, JOSEPH
BEDFORD, HENRY HAWITH                         M cDANIEL, JAMES
BETZING, KAURALT                              MORRIS, JOHN
BRADSHAW, WILLIAM                             MORTAN, CABIN, CARR RUNN
ffROOKS, SAMUEL (Col'd)                       RADFORD, EMMET
BROWN, LEONARD                                RIPLEY, GEORGE
BROWN, WI LLIAM                               RUSSE LL, A.F.
CARLTON, WILLIAM                              SALSER, SAMUEL
CARMAN, CHARLES                               SHARY, ALDEN
CARVER, JONATHAN                              SHOEMAKER, FRANK
DAVIES, ORA & SAMUEL                          SMITH, FURMAN
DAVIS, BENEDICT                               STEPHENS, JOHN, SWAN CREEK, GALLIA CO
DEAN, SAMUEL JR .                             STI LES, TIMOTHY
DI LZ , MATI LDA                              THARP, CHARLES
DYE, JOHN                                     THOMA, JOSEPH
EPPLE, JOHN                                   TIMMARY, REUBEN
EPPLE, JOSEPH                                 WALKER, HIRAM
FOLMER JOHN
      I                                       WELLS, JOHN, BUNKERHILL
FOSTER, ROBERT                                WELLS, OLD MAN, PEACH FORK
GILMORE, HIRAM                                WHITE, JAMES
GI LMORE, JOHN                                WOLF, MARY, MRS
GRIESER, JACOB                                WOODARD, GEORGE
HART, DAVID




OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)              40
                   LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO: FERRY BOAT LICENSES
                      submitted by Barbara McCluer Rutledge




     The following information was taken from Journal Books l ocated
in the Lawrence County Clerk of Courts office at the Courthouse in
Ironton, Ohio on August 15, 1990. Journal 1 & 2 is in one book,
Journal 3 & 4 is in one book; Journal 5 is in a separate volume .
     Rates in 1822 - 1824 were:
       Man - 6 1/4 cents
       Man and horse - 12 1/2 cents
       Each single horse or creature - 6 1/4 cents
       Over two - 3 cents for each creature

      Rates in 1825 were:
        Man - 6 1/4 cents
        Horse and Man - 12 1/2 cents
        Wagon and horse - 15 cents
        Wagon and two horses or each - 8 3/4 cents
        All other double teams of more than two
          horses or oxen - 25 cents

Journal 1 & 2
     Page 3    These are to permit Wilson Lynd to continue
               his ferry agreeable to his former license
               until next term of the Court of Common Pleas . In
               testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and
               the seal of my office this 25 day of April 1817.
                        signed W. G. Robinson, Clerk Protem
Ratio per year $2 . 00
Fee               . 50

Bartemus Bardsley - Journal ~ & 4
  Page 421 - 1838 - ferry at Rome Township.
                  - Journal 5
  Page 83 - May 31, 1840 - at his land in g in Rome Township.

Andrew Blankenship - Journal ~ & Z
  Page 247 - December 3, 1822 - On motion of his attorney, Solomon
             Beckley, Andrew Blankenship was granted li cense to
             keep a ferry across Symmes Creek from the said
             BlankenshipJ s landing in Symmes Township .

~ ~    Caaa - Journal 5
  Page 44    - May 19, 1840 - Hanging Rock landing.

Robert ~ Chambers - Journal 5
  Page 434 - July 18, 1843 - in Rome Township.

William Collier - Journal      ~   &4
 Page 76 - 1832

OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)            41
 LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO : FERRY BOAT LICENSES


Abraham Davidson - Journal ~ & 2
  Page 101 - August 9, 1820 - at mouth of Little Sandy.
  Page 382 - April 12, 1825 - at landing opposite the mouth of the
                              Sandy River.
                   Journal 3 & A
  Page 296 - 1836 - Fayette Township.

Abraham ~ Davidson         =
                      Journal ~ & 2
  Page 332 - April 20, 1824 - Fayette Township.
  Page 441 - April 11, 1826 - at his usual landing.

Joseph   Davidson - Journal 5
  Page   19 - Novembe r 1, 1839 - at Burlington
  Page   143
  Page   308

~     Davidson - Journal ~ & 2
   Page 62 - December 8, 1819-Fayette Township across Ohio River .
   Page 156 - April 26, 1821 - Fayette Township, Law Co.
   Page 215 - April 24, 1822 - at Burlington.
   Page 255 - May 21, 1823   - at mouth of Davidson Street .
   Page 333 - April 20, 1824 - at end of Davidson Street.
   Page 382 - April 12, 1825 - at end of Davidson Street.
   Page 437 - April 10, 1826 - at his usual landing across Ohio R .

William Davidson - Journal 3 & A
 Page 8 - 1830 - at mouth of Davidson St., Burlington, Ohio .
                 - Journal ~
 Page 140 - November 20, 1840 - at mouth of Big Sandy.

Pleasant Ellington - Journal 3 & A
  Page 196 - 1836 - at Hanging Rock.

John Everett - Journal 5
  Page 292 - April 19, 1842 - at Hanging Rock.

Martin and Isaac Frampt o n - Journal ~ & 2
 Page 349 - June 29, 1824 - keep ferry at landing formerly owned
             by Edward Miller at mouth of Symmes Creek.
 Page 349 - June 29 - 30, 1824 - at mouth of Symmes Creek.

George Jones - Journal 3 & A
  Page 16 - March 1831 - at Hanging Rock.

Charles Kallay - Jllurnal 3      &A
 Page 34 - March 1831 -

Reuben Kelley - Journal 3 & A
  Page 34 - March 1831 - ferry in Upper Township.

OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (1991)            42
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO: FERRY BOAT LICENSES



Samuel Langdon - Journal ~ & 2
  Page 247 - December 3, 1822 - keep ferry across Symmes Creek from
             his landing in Union Township.
  Page 348   June 29, 1824 - keep ferry across Symmes Creek at his
             landing.
  Page 426   October 14, 1825 - Symmes Creek at usual landing.
                  Journal .-3. .& A-
  Page 16    March 1831 - at Symmes Creek, Union Township.

Robert McCorkle - Journal ~ & 2
  Page 382 - April 12, 1825 - across Symmes Creek at his house and
             landing.
  Page 441 - April 11, 1826 - across Symmes Creek in Law. Co.

Abraham Miller - Journal ~ & 2
  Page 62 - December 8, 1819
  Page 175   August 8, 1821 - cost $4.00.
  Page 252   May 21, 1823 - opposite the town of Guyandotte,
             formerly belonging to Thomas Buffington.
  Page 342 - June 28, 1824
  Page 388 - June 28, 1825
                Journal 2. & ~
  Page 34    March 1831 - ferry in Rome Township.

James Rogers - Journal 5
  Page 54    May 21, 1840 - at mouth of Norman~s Run in Upper Twp.
  Page 434 - July 18, 1843 - at Hanging Rock.

Abner Smith - Journal J & A
  Page 209 - 1835 - ferry opposite the town of Guyandotte.
  Page 275
            - Journal ..5.
  Page 84 - May 31, 1840 - at usual landing across from town of
             Guyandotte.
  Page 301
  Page 476

Wallace TalIaferro - Journal J & A
 Page 422 - 1838 - ferry in Rome Township.
                    - Journal ~
 Page 413 - April 7, 1843 - ferry in Rome Township.

~    Wallace - Journal J   &A
    Page 260 - 1836

William Ward - Journal J & A
 Page 196 - April 1835 - across Ohio River at Union Township.
             - Journal 5
 Page 51 - May 21, 1840 - ferry in Union Township.


OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)          43
       "EXECUTORS OF ZANE VS. CARPENTER: EXTRACT FROM DOCKET"

           This is the title of a document purchased September 8,
1990, at a stamp show near Philadelphia , Pennsylvania.         The
document is a single sheet of paper, 12 3/8" x 15 1/2", folded once
to produce four writing surfaces 7 3/4 " x 12 3/8".    After having
been inscribed, it was folded several times to ultimate dimensions
of 6" x 3 " and addressed to H. H. Hunter, Esqr., Attorney at Law,
Lancaster, Ohio, and sealed with a circle of sealing wax 5/8" in
diameter.    The letter thus produced was postmarked (faintly)
"Columbus, 0." and a manuscript "6" indicated postage had been
paid.   This was sent in the days before postage stamps were
indroduced in the united states in 1847, so it is known as' a
"stampless cover."

         The document is an 1834 extract from records of the united
states District Court for the District of ohio concerning an 1816
lawsuit between the heirs of Ohio pioneer Ebenezer Zane a nd the
Carpenter family.  The extract reads:

liThe United states Circuit Court, Seventh Circuit and District of
ohio of the Term of January Anno Domini 1816 .

  Noah Zane, Samuel Zane &       )                  )
  Daniel Zane, Executors &c of ) Pttffs.            )
  Ebenezer Zane, Deceased        )                  )
        agt.                                        )     Debt
  Emanuel Carpenter, Junr.,      )                  )
  Emanuel Carpenter, Senr. &     ) Defts.           )    Judgment for Plain-
  Samuel Carpenter             )                )       tiffs January 5, 1816
                              Debt                             $ 1696.32
                              Damages -                        $   66.35
                                                               $ 1762.57
           Costs Bill
                          Clk Hinde        $ 3 .. 82.0
                          Clk Langham        7 .. 75.8
                          Marshall Martin    7 .. 75.0
                             "      Vickers 32 .. 00.0
                          Atty Beecher       5 .. 00.0
                          Appraisers         5 .. 00.0           $61..32.8
                          Execution to Sept Term 1818                   87 .0
                                                                 $62 .. 19.8

Fi. fa. et Ie. fa. issued to September Term 1816
Marshall Returned July 24th 1816 Levied upon 189 acres and 95/100
off Land lying in Fairfield County.
Execution of venditioni exponas Issued returnable to September
Term 1818. The Marshall Returned endorsed as following to wit:
"I have after having given due notice according to Law sold the
land levied upon and by me heretofore returned to the Court as
remaining unsold for want of bidding to David Rees and John
Fox at twenty five dollars per acre, they being the highest bidding
the same land being estimated to be 189 95/100 acres as by the
plats and/ surveys upon the back of the appraisements heretofore

OGS REPORT 31: 1 (1991)              44
returned to Court/ and have applied the money or a sufficient part
thereof/ to pay the within Execution and costs and the Marshals
Costs o n the/ same , and another Execution in the Same Defendants .
                                          John Hamm Marshall "
(Copy of Rece i pt on file with the executions in the foregoing case)
"11 9$                                      September 17, 1819
       Recd. from David Rees o n e hundred a nd ninet een dollars/ in
full of my fees in the case of Noah Zane Ag Emanuel Carpenter Jr .
                                          John Hamm Marshall"

[Followed by a copy of a simi lar record from 1817, where Marshall
Vickers was the Marshall involved . J

The united states of America
                                        District of Ohio ct .
I william Miner Clerk of the united s tate s Seventh Circuit
Court within and for the District of Ohio aforesaid do certify the
foregoing e xtracts t o be truly taken from the Records and
Executions / of said Court.
                       In t es timony whereof I h ave h e r e unto set my
 [Court sealJ          name and affixed the seal of said Court at
                       the city of Co lumbus the 4th day of September
                      Anno Domini 18 34
                                           Att .
                                                 William Miner Clerk
                          This statement and s eal $2 . 00

Notes:      " Fi . fa." stands for " fieri facias", which Black ' s Law
Dict i onary, Fourth Ed., defines as " You cause to be made.          In
practice, a writ of execution commanding the sheriff to levy and
make the amount of a judgment f r om the g o od and chatt els of the
judgme nt debtor." Here the judgment debtors were the Carpenters .
I can not find what " et I e . fa. " means.
" Vendi ti oni Exponas" is the followup writ whe n goods have b ee n
levied but remain un sold because of l ack of a buyer . Bas i cally , it
directs the Sheriff t o try again .
"Att." means "Attested ".
The Court Seal shows the American eagle seal, with the words
" Circuit Court of the united states . District of Ohio ." ins c ribed
around it.

Emanuel Carpenter, Jr. died in 1 8 1 8 [2 Fair . Co . Part iti on Rec . 425
(1834); 3 ditto 243 (1838)J. David Rees died in 1842 [6 Fair. Co .
Partition Rec . 1 83 (1849)J . John Fox died in 1821 [ 1 Fair . Co .
Partition Rec . 103JJ .



David V. Stivi son. Esq .• 870 N. 30th St .• Philadelphia PA 19130


OGS REPORT 31 : 1 (1991)              45
V",l.nrl   Forbps \"iills()n,          PO nnx 2770,           farmington NM 87499



          \o/hen Libeus Forbes was born in Upton, Massachusetts on November 20, 1773,
  there was no United SLiltes of JlmeriCCl. Libeus was born a Dritish subject. lIis
  [ill-her, J\bsololJl F(lrbf~s, WilS il blClcksrnith in the town of Upton ilnd his rrother ' s
  father \,as tC1Wn clerk . Libeus ' other grandfather, !\bner Forbes, had died in the
  larger town (If Dridg'?water some six years eilrlier, but his grandmother Phebe
  Fml)('s ilild his lwo youn9rst Clunts, MolJy and dlarlotte, were living in Uxbridge
 which is just a few miles from upton . lle had many relatives in tlle area . lIis
 next older brother, !\bner, h •• d been born in February 1772 at Uxbridge .
                               ilS
          Libeus' faLher W quite a believer in getting free of British rule and,
 whC'n lh~ W"r or Jnd('I")(,llr\ellce sl-_ "rted, !\bsolom Forbes was arrong the men fran Upton
 who rode to Lcxill91:on 011 J\pril 10, 17"75 "s part of the 4,000 J\mericiln militiamen
 who fought the British in thilt cngilgernen L
          !\bsolom served il few days ilt a time in tlle militia, caning hane in between
 times to provicle for hi s grOl,ing filmll y . Libeus' next younger brotller , Jotham,
 "'DS born in June of 1776 and tlle father's intermittent military service continued
 ulltil, in the spring of 1778, he went with other l\mericiln troops who travelled
 down too New York state to fight Ulere at White Plains . !\bsolom died there in Sep-
 t ember of 1778 and the youngest son, nilmed J\bsolom for his late father, was born
 the following NovelllJ"l<?L Th is was at NQrthbridge; probably at tl le rroUler, Martha ' s ,
 family hC'flle .
          J\hsolorn UH~ (aUle r ' s military records describe him, on June 1 , 1770 as; 27
 ye"rs old, 5 feet 9 inches tall, of light canplexion . Four rronths later he was
 deild .
         Mar Lila , th0. lxJy' s mol her-, was appointed executor of J\bsolan' s estate . Sh~
 declinecl in favor of her father, Ule Honorable \o/illis Hall. The court appointed
 her father, a Northhridge neighlxJr Joel IVhit<~, and ~1artha as co-executors . In
 November 1780, ~lartha and Hr. White were married . The o l dest Forbes son was then
 eight anrl t.he tx,by only two yeurs o ld. The I<lhites remained living in Northbridge
 but it is ce r tuin that the boys we r e apprenticed out quite early . The 1790 census
docs not sho\, any m,"'Iles of their age living in lhe White household .
         Colonial 1,,\, o( l:he lime permitted children whose fathers had died before t he
chHcl r en reilched legu1 age to choose their own guardians once they reached the
age of fourteen or so . On September 1, r/90 Libeus, then seventeen , chose an Up t on
 farmer as hi!; gua r d i an. The man ' s nilme was Enoch Botchelor and he owned several
 plots of lilmj on the outskirts of Upton. lIe may also have had a trade, possibly
 I h" t of coapet· or ba rn>l 1Il" k,"r: as thaI: was n Batchelcr family trade in t he town .
J.ibeus ' brothe rs 1I1"y il1so have been in the 13alchelor household because the 1790
censu s shows Elloch with four males over 16 a nd three under 16 and he was not o ld
enough for all to be his own sons.
         ,Just across Lhe c r eek [rom the n.,Lchelor properties was the fann of Elisha
Wilrren and his wife J\nna . They had three daughters and a younger son . Hannah,
the oldest daughter, had been born in December of 1777 so was just four years
younger than I,ibeus . On September 5, 1795 she and Libeus filed an intention to
marry wi th t he upton Town Clerk. They were married in October at the neighboring
to\-m of Grafton by J . P . Joseph Wcx:x:l. Unfortunately, the records in Mr . Woods hand-
writi ng show lhut he forgot to include tlle day of the marriage .
         Libeus and lI"nrwh's firsl: child, son Jaspel- Forbes, was born IIpril 2 , 1796
and their second chi l d, il di1uCjhter 11i1lnr~d ~1inervi1, was born lIugust 1, 1797 . ~linerva
died ill 1799 aTlcl Lil('Y h,"1(1 no more childrcll. J\pparently things were not going well
in the tn.-,rriage illl(] Oll J\pr i I 9 , 1(J02, Libeus divorced Hannah on grounds of adultery.
Records in the Ci'lse do nol:: fli'lllle the other man involved, but Hannah married a John
vicx:x:l at tipton on JuJ y 15, 1004 . They had a son, Philander, born December 15, 1004
and a (lilughter, rhUrnlC1, \X)nl J\pril 9 , 1806 . I\t that point, records of tlleITI are
no InllCjrr [oum] alld l h"y cl i rl IInl: ,'p[")('a r in the 1010 Massachusetts census .
         Nci Iher (lid Lil)(' us. III facl:, h.is n"tne appcars in no census at all until he
slIdr\ocnly pops up ill Hichlall(l County, Ohio in 1020 with a large second fonlily! Son
Jilsp:!r, who iln"\'I~CI1l:l y "ccanpilnicu his (ather after the divorce, never WilS nilnw




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  in any census at nll during the 36 years of his life . Ilis presence and that of
 his fath er is, hCJWcvp.r, E'ns ily proved by eady Ohio land records, court cases,
 and other legal docufllE'nts .
          For tun<lte ly, a f ter- Libeus' death in 18 44, his younger son, Libeus Jr. born
  twenty-nine year-s <lfter- Jasper, had become a prosperous enough fanner in Richland
 County to justify having a family h i story included in the 1880 edition of the His-
  tory of Richland County. 111is pr-ovided details of the second marriage that had
  resulted in the surprising lClr-ge EamLl y of the 1820 census .
          The Richland County Commissioner's Jour-nal shows that Libe\ls was an established
  fi'lnner in the COllnty by 1816 when the Jour-nal mentions an okay for a survey of a
 rOild lr>ading west [r-all N;:ms[ ield and ending at the dwelling house of a Mr. Forbes.
 Thnt property described in the Journal as Sec . 32, Twp. 21, Range 19 corresponds
 exactly to t he legal description of the property on the land patent to Libeus For-
 bes fran the government dated ~lilY 9, 1815 . Ile was an assignee of John Garrison,
                  a
  the same m n who hild lilt(>r re<]'1ested the survey . Cost of his 160 acre tract in
 the July 8 , 1814 p<'pers from Mr. Garrison was $320 . 00 indicating that Libeus had
 i'lcquiced sane consider-able funds between the time of h is 1802 divorce and the
  land pur-chase 12 years later . Where and how the funds accrued has yet to be
 discovered.
         lis to the second mardage, no record has been found in Ohio. The biography
 of Libeus Jr. indicates that it took place sane time after 1814 when the second
 wife, Elizabeth Higgins stevens, was widowed. Her first husband was killed by a
 falling tree cludng their- t rip by wClgon fran I3edford County, Pennsylvania . They
were then Ivithin a dClY of their destillCltion in Licking County, Ohio. She and
 IH?r- three childr-en fran the first marriage lived with her father-in-law at Ht . .
 Vcrnon unti J h(>r f1nrriilgc to Libeus .
         'l'hil t "'':In Lilge rC'sld.tcd in six cJ<tughl.crs and Libeus Jr. Libeus Sr. died at
 the age of seventy-one on November 14, 1814 and is buried at Webster cemetery in
 Richlann County . lIis tomhstone was still visible amongst a pile of other stones
 ill: olle siele o[ the cemetery in 1980 but I do not know its present location or
 condition .
         Jasper Forbes followed his fa~ler to Richland County but did not remain
 there for long. This may have been re lated to the second mar riage as there does
not st?em to hilve l"lE'en ilny fur-ther cOfl1\1unication between ~lem from the tillle that
Jasper solcJ property in the ar-cil,deecJcd to him by his father , on July 12, 1817
and assigned a leilse on other property over to another man on Harch 11 , 1818.
         By early 1819, Jasper was living in the town of Mechanicsburg, Ohio where
he sold his interest in a town lot in March of that year. On June 19, 1819, he
Iv,)S married to Polly Shepherd there and ~leir son, Absolom, was born January] 8,
1820 in Goshen Township of d1ilmpaign County . Polly apparently died either in
childbirth or shortly after and Jasper ~len married a young widow, Jane Carr
[)imby, there on December 20, 1820 . Their son, lIbner Warren Forbes, was born in
the Spring o f 1822 followed by three daughters, the last probably born in Decem-
ber of 1831 .
        On May 12, 1832, guardianship papers for Jasper's five minor heirs were
filed in Madison County, Ohio . lIe had apparently died just before that date at
36 yeilrs of age ... the actual date has no t been established . The guardian appoint-
en WilS the child ren' s grilndf.ilthr>r,J<tlln's fClther, l\hsolom Car-r.
        lIiJllC'r W"rn'lI Fnrly'r; w" r; Illy fill.hrr'" qr,'JI(lfillhcL He Jed Cl color-[ul lj[e
ill(l simply disilr!X'ar-cd [rolll t he scene ar-o;lIId 1874 in Illinois . Hild only one son,
1n,1rried the Sillne \v i.fe twice alld was d i.vorced twice, served in both the Mexican
and Civil Wars, was a drifter, land shilrk , and a completely intriguing person.




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                             SPARKSES IN WEST UNION

        by J . E. Sparks, 2160 Centur y Park East, #201N , Los Angeles CA 90067
SALATHIEL SPARKS , the great grandfather of this writer , helped to l ayout the
town of West Un ion in Adams Count y. He descended from WILLIAM SPARKS , of the
Maryland colony , who probably has claim as ancestor of many of the Sparkses
living in America today .

Born in 1640, William came to Maryland in 1662 as an indentured servant . He
    e
cam with six other settlers from Christchurch , near Bournemouth, England,
where his family had probably served as sailors . He sett l ed on the Eastern
Shore of Maryland, where he and his wife Mary owned tobacco plantat i ons , one of
them on the east side of Chester River near the head of a small branch of
Island Creek .

Through his five children and thirty-f ive grandchildren , William probably lives
as the "Adam" of the Sparkses in America today . William made his will in 1709
and died sometime between June 21 and October 24 . His youngest son, Joseph,
probably born in 1690, eventually migrated to Frederick Co ., Maryland, where he
died in 1749, after fathering eleven children . Two of his sons , George and
William, moved to present Washington County , Pennsylvania, where each owned
much acreage, claimed by "tomahawk r i ght, " in which one deadened a few trees
around the edge or at the head of the spring which watered it, and then chopped
his initials in one or more of the deadened trees .

This writer has visited that area of Washington County, near the town of
Sparta , the name that George Sparks gave to his land in the late 18th century .
Today it resembles much of what it must have looked like at that time .

Salathiel, son of George, settled near West Union in Adams Co., OH , in 1803 .

Follow these migrations on a map to see the geographic logic of getting from
the eastern shore of Maryland to Frederick to Washington Co ., PA , to West
Union, OH . Part of this route bore the name Nemacolin's Path, an Indian trail
between the Potomac and Monongahela Rivers . George Washington and General
Braddock traveled this road . West Union sat on Zane ' s Trace, which ran from
Pittsburgh to West Union to Maysville, Kentucky, the route over which early
congressmen and statesmen passed on their way to the national capital .

Salathiel Sparks built a house at 1802 Maple Street in West Union, the oldest
building still standing in town, almost two years before he helped to found the
village . A street in town bears his name.

Salathiel (1756-1823) had a son named George (1798-1839), who married Mary
DECAMPS and served in the War of 1812 . George had a son named John (grandfather
of this writer), born in 1824 . He married Jane HILLEN and about 1880 sold his
land holdings in Adams County and moved to Scioto County .




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SPARKSES IN WEST UNION

Two of Salathiel's descendants have Hollywood connections. Robert SPARKS,
through another son of Salathiel, becamE a noted Hollywood producer and married
Penny SINGLETON, "Blondie" of the movies. This writer spent twenty years as
the reading consultant for the Beverly Hills school district, where he directed
a gifted program that included such people as Richard DREYFUSS, Jane FONDA, and
Jeff and Beau BRIDGES.

This writer's grandparents, John & Jane HILLEN SPARKS, had six children: Sarah
(born 1855), Cary (born 1859, died aged 20), Milton (born 1861) , George (born
1864) , Anna Jane (born 1866) and Julius Elmer (born 18 68) .

J. E. SPARKS, SR., left We st Union in the early 1900s and settled in Homestead,
PA, then to New Kensington after his marriage to Bertha HARRIS of Bomestead .
This writ er , only twelve when his father died, knows nothing about his
father's family . If any readers have any knowledge of John and Jane HILLEN
SPARKS and their other children, please contact the writer.

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                         FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO , FIRE IN 1879

"Last Saturday [1 Feb 1879J morning, a fire was discovered in the vault of the
RECORDER' S OFF I CE of Franklin County , at Columbus. Before it was extinguished,
a number of important record s , involving title deeds to millions of dol la rs
worth of property , were burned . The fire is believed to have been caused by an
incendiary, as the odor of coal oil was very strong in the vault .      How and by
whom committed i s involved in the mystery . The loss of the records, it is
feared, will cause a great deal of trouble and perhaps endanger the claims and
tit l es of many property holders . For this reason, great excitement exists in
Franklin County ." (Warren OH : Western Reserve Chronicle, 5 Feb 1879 p4c2)

      [This fire is st ill causing problems for genealogi ca l researchers . J

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                          OHIO SOLDIER BURIED IN NEW YORK

        subm jtted by Rachel Tefft, 86 Fitzgerald Court , Monroe NY 10950

JOSEPH ANDERSON, aged 17, has f inally found a resting place at Museum Village .
Orange County resident Nicholas Pallassino found the tombstone lying in the
woods while hun t ing in upstate New York. The museum has discovered that young
Joseph was a member of the 15th corps of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry commanded
by General Sherman . They will contact the National Archives to find out how he
died and his family history .

The photo of the tombstone is difficult to read. The company and regiment is
given, but illegible. Joseph (N?) Anderson died 6 March 1862, aged 17 years.

            (Publ ished in THE PHOTO NEWS, Monroe NY, 11 July 1990)

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researcher       may       locate     gravestone                          re~erences by the patent number and lists the
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 WOODRUFF GENEALOGY: DESCENDANTS OF MATHEW                        This is a well writ:en family history that
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 Cranick, 456 W. Hathaway, Harbor Spri.;gs, HI               Francois Joseph Menegay and Jeanne Claude
 49740 .     48 pp.   Soft cover.   $25 . 00 which           VOllron down to and inclurling the authors
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     This family genealogy starts with ~lerlad               Stark Co . , Ohio, while others settled in Darke
 WoodruE f (born Dec . 1751 in Farmington, CT)               Co . , Ohio, Chillicothe, Hissouri and Allen
 and     follows  his descendants    through the             Co . , Indiana .
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notes about the people involved and should be                which would be he lpflll to' people looking for
read by anyone interested in the Woodruff                    links connecting ether families to this one .
fami.ly.                                                                                                    re
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links    connecting other  families   to  the               MIEIILS: A NARRATIVE OF HIS GERMAN HOM    ELAND AND
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INDEX OF APPLICATIONS OF TilE PIONEER FAMILIES              Address to 232 Mont Eagle, Milford, MI 48381 .
OF CRAWFORD COUNTY, OHIO, compiled by Stephen               Printed by Dogwood Press, Ozark, MO 65721 .
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Ohio . Hr . Urwin did a great job of arranging              included . In listing present day descendants,
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join the group, a numerical list of members
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pioneers and intervening surnames, a list of                Amanuensis Two, by Helen York Rose, 320 N. 6th
pioneer women, and an application packet . re               St . , Seminole, OK 74868 . Originally written by
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THE ANCESTRY OF ELIZABETH YACONISH BERRY ,                  Baptist Publishing Society,          1895 . Reprint,
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Jersey .   The fourth part is about the Hontz
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                                                            Larger      cemeteries     contain   directions    for
DESCENDANTS OF FRANCO I S JOSEPH M  ENEGAY AND              locating       graves .       A    preface    includes
JEANNE CLAUDE VOURON , 1990, by Richard J.                  explana tions for abbreviations used.          The Mt.
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Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. 123 word processed                 of graves.      An excellent inrlex is included . mw
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                                                                 1990. Compiled by the me mbers of the Morgan
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ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO . By Kurt Tote nson. Typed .                 McConnel svi lle, Oh 43756 . Gift of Chapter.
Soft bound. Price S3 . 50 wi th postage $2 . 00 .                Soft bound . 491 pp. Order from Chapter at
Gift o f Athens Co. Historical Society and                       S20.00, plus Sl . 60 postage .    Published by
~!us eum, 65 N. Court St . , Ath e ns, OH 45701. 51              Dogwood Printing, Ozark, MO 65721 .
pp . Indexed .                                                        This monumental effort from the members
     Although the cemeterie s       t h e mselves are            of the Morgan Co . Chapter has resulted in the
lo ca ted as to r oad s, no effort has been made                 compiling of 491 five-generation charts of
to locate to graves .     Names on the graves ar e               the residents of Morgan County .      The book
not alphabetized .      The index does help but                  presents a     fine picture of the past and
searchers    may   have    troubl e      finding  the            present of this Ohio county.        It is wel l
gra ves.     The n otes about       the indiv idual              indexed.                                     mw
cemeteries as to condition and s ize are mo st
interesting.                                       mw            MARRIAGE BOOK F, HORGAN COUNTY , OHIO 1878-
                                                                 1889. Compilen by th e Morqan Co . Chapt e r OGS,
HISTORY AND MEMBERSIIIP OF TIlE NORTH SALEM,                     P.O.   Box    418,   McConnelsville,       Oil   43756 .
OHI O UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. By Doris                       Printed by Dogwood Printing, Ozark, MO 65721 .
Beach,      94 Acton Rcl . ,  Columbus ,    on 43214 .           Soft bound. Cost S4 .00, postage Sl.00. Gift
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    Thi s is a very prp.cise h istory of t h e                   and interpretation of t he or iU i na l IHacr iag e
church .      Good r efere nces are given.        The            books.    The preface explains the hard-to-read
table of contents ma kes the b ook e asy to use.                 originals    and   make s     it   simpler     for  the
Baptisms      go  as  far    bACk os      1852.    Nn            s"archer to find what he/she is s"o kinq .          The
ma rri ages are listed .      I\lso in c luded is an             marriag es    are    list e d    alphabeti ca lly    by
excellent explanation of the pew ta x.             mw            groom's name, together wi th the dates, and
                                                                 the na me o f the person who applied for th e
MARRIAGE BOOK G, M     ORGAN CO . , OHIO 1889-1898.              license , if that is different than the groom .
Compiled by the Morgan Co . Chapte r OGS, P . O .                FollO\~in g this part of the book is a listing,
Box 418, McConn e l svi lle, OH 437 56 . Gift of                 also alphabetically, of all brides .              It is
chapter. Printed by Dogwood Printi ng, Ozark,                    well set up.                                         mw
MO 65721. Soft bound. Cost S3. 00 plus S1. 00
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    Thi s is another marriage index copied from                  OHI O FJ\KILY. By Carolyn Hale, P.O. Box 552,
the proba te rec ords " f ~lorgAn Connty.     1\ gooel           Louisa,     KY  41230 .   Publisher!  by   Dogwood
pr eface explain s poss ible spelling mistak es                  Printing, Ozark, ~10 65721. Gift of Author.
and ot her que stionA ble int erpretat ions .      As            261 pp . Cost S14 . 00 .
in the p revious books , a list of qrooms is                         1~i s is the sto ry o f the Dutch family, Van
a lphabetized wit h all informati o n availAble.                 Tilburgh, desc endants of Jan Theuni sse n Van
Foll ow ing  this    list     is   an  a lphabetized             Tilbur g h, born about 1 630.     A good table of
l isting of br i.des .    I t is very easy to get                contents, many pict u r es , and a listing of
information qui ck l y.                            mw            1180 descendants d ist inguish this book.       I\n
                                                                 excellent bibliography should help se archers
INDIANI\   SOURCE BOOK      V. Compiled by     the               find sources for Dutch research .         I found
Indi ana Histor ical Societ.y , 3 1 5 W. Ohio St.,               this book absolutely fascinating.               mw
Indianapo lis IN 46202. Cloth cover , S25. 00
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OGS REPORT 31:1 (1991)                                      52
 MUSKINGUM COUNTY, 01110 Mll.RRIAGES, VOL. 6:                book provides a wealth of data about settlers
 1868-1873. By Muskingum Co. Chapter OGS, P.O .              of this very important colony.   The Index to
 130x 3066, Zanesville, 011 43702. 1990. 68 pp.              LAnd Patents contalns personal names as well
 Soft cover. $10.00 plus $1.25 postage and                   as  t,a~ed locations  associated with  bnys,
 .60 tax .                                                   brancheE, creeks, fields, islands, marshes,
     The original marriage records are filea in              and sKamps.                The period covered is the 17th
~Ius kingum County Probate Court in Zanesville .             Centur" .                                                             111

The entries in Vol. 6 were transcribed by
c hapter member De bbie Blackstone, and arc                  TilE IIANNAMANS AND TlIEIR OFFSPRING, 1728-1989.
arranged in three sect.ions: males, femal es                 Compiled for OGS by Kenneth Hannaman, 3527
and ministers . Information in cludes: date of               Federal \'lay, Ill, Boise, ID 83705-5251. 1989 .
licen ., e, date of marriage, applicant's name               xx, 365 pp . Illus . Soft cover. $38.00 ppd.
 (sometimes differs from groom's name), names                    Christopher l~hnemann was born in Prussia
of groom, bride and minister, and additional                 about 1728 .       lie married Ma ry O'Neal of
information .      This last column lists such               Dublin,     Ireland.       In   I\pril   1760    he
data      as   alternate    spelling  of   names,            volunteered as a member of the New York
applicants' ages, race, if banns rather than                 Provincial Troops of Otsego County .          These
application, etc .     Rather than reproduce th e            t.roops were raised to support the forces of
entire      32  page   list   again,  this   time            the King of Englana trying to "complete the
alphabetized by brides' name, an index 0 f                   reduction of all Canada . " This book follows
names and page numbers would have sufficed .                 the descendants of three of Christopher and
                                               1m            Mary's seven children: Christopher, John, and
                                                             William,    and    gives  a    small   amount    of
NORTHERN NECK FAMILIES: THE ANCESTORS OF                     information on daughters Elizabeth and Mary.
SUSAN FRANCES CHAPMll.N; l\J,EXI\NDER, CIII\PMAN AND             Th eir son, William (1763-1839) was among
PEI\RSON, PLUS CONNECTING LINES INCLUDING TilE               the first families to enter what is now
BALLS, Mll.CRAES AND WI\SIIINGTONS.     Brian J . L .        Jackson Co . , WV, in 1796 .       Family members
Berry,     P .O.  Box 83-2130,     Richardson,    TX         also lived in Harrison and Wood Co . (West)
75083-2130 . 1990 . viii, 125 pp. I1lus. Soft                Virginia and migrated to the Ohio counties of
cover. $25.00 .                                              Marion,    Pickaway and Ross,       and then to
    This is the third monograph to supplement                Vermilion Co ., IN and Shelby Co . IL .       Their
the     author's      "\'Iestward   the     American         stay in Ohio was from 1819 to 1830 .
Shapleys. " The informa tion supplants pages                     The book is in looseleaf format and the
therein on Susan Frances Chapman (1831-1895),                compiler suggests using a         1~"  three-ring
wife of Rufus Wilson Parks.           Numbering 0 f          binder to accommodate additional pages. Half
ancestors is consistent with those in the                    of    this    interesting    book    consists    of
original book,       therefore,    Swoan is     #2l .        facsimilies of Hannaman uuc ulI\en ts ulh=:                   letLt:!i~ti
Susan was born in Chill i cot he (Ross Co . ) 011.           as we ll as a photo section and various maps.
Her parents moved there from Virginia between                Also included is an interesting page of "202
1827 and 1830 . Her family is traced from the                years of Hannaman signatures . " Some data is
firs t American settler, Thomas Chapman, ,.,ho               given on the Flesher (Fleischer) collateral
arrived in Virginia in 1610 .       The book draws           line .                                     1m
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volume includes compilations of Land Office                  supplement to existing reference books which
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INDEX 1880 FEDERAL CENSUS, LICKING COUNTY,                                          Voting records were public until 1872 when
OHIO. Compiled by Diane Pheneger. Licking Co.                                    the secret ballot was introduced in Great
Genealogical Society, P. o . Box 4037, Newark,                                   Britain . The poll books identify voters by
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     The names    in this index were copied                                      or manuscript form, are listed for England,
exactly as they appeared on the microfilm of                                     Wales and Scotland.                        1m
the 1880 Licking Co . census.         Alternate
spellings must be checked .         Only minor                                   MILITIA LISTS AND MUSTERS ,         1757-1876;  A
punctuation adjustments were made to conform                                     DIRECTORY OF HOLDINGS IN THE BRITISH ISLES .
with the style used in the 1860 Ohio Census                                      2nd ed. Compiled by Jeremy Gibson and Mervyn
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    The DAR read the Hancock County cemeteries                                   provide a fairly complete tally of the male
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Committee has re - read and updated the data .                                   hOlding these lists are enumerated .           1m
The    cemeteries    in   Blanchard    and    Cass
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                                                                     GENEALOGICAL CENTER LIBRARY
                                                                                    P.o . Box 7t343
                                                                                Mariana. GA 30007-1343
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                                Genealogy' Ifreasures                                                ™
  V\ilIAT AN OPPQRTUNITY! Although my grand parents have now passed away, my great grand
  children can still hear them telling me about my father as a boy because it was recorded. Take the
             opportunity now to record your Family's History - before it is gone forever.


 o   $23.95 The Genealogy Album - Includes Booklet. ·Capturing Your Family Heritage"
                • Protects and organizes your personal recorded family histories, includes labelsl
                • Personal 4 generation genealogical chart Six - 90 minute cassettes (9 hours)
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 o   $50.95 Panasonic® Audio Mini Cassette Recorder/Player
                o lie clip microphone provides clear recordings 3 Digit tape counter AC/DC
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                03 inch Dynamic Speaker                                                                     .'.,. __ .::~!/
 o $24.95 The Audio Cassette Album - Protects & Organizes olncfudes 4 generation chart                             ': ;
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           o Twelve - 90 minute Audio Cassettes (18 Hours) for personal recordings, includes labels
 o $4.00 Personalized - Your family's name on the spine of any album or video case
 o   $11.00 6 white plastic VHS/Beta cases - With labals, protects and organizes cassettes

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             Genealogy Treasures™, 3214 Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, TN 37918




          by Carol Willsey Bell, C.G.                                     COLUMBIANA COUNTY CEMETERY RECORDS

OHIO GENEALOGICAL GUIDE, 5TH EDITION, 1990                                                      NEW! I!
     130p, softbound, 1990 $16.25ppd
                                                                    CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS, VOLUME 17, CONTAINS
 COLUMBIANA CO. OHIO MARRIAGES, 1800-1870                              HOPE CEMETERY, SALEM, PERRY TOWNSHIP
     400p, softbound, 1990 $37.50ppd                                   contains tombstones & office records
                                                                     159p, softbound, $15 ppd (Ohioans add 5%)
 OHIO WILLS & ESTATES TO 1850: AN INDEX
    400p, hardbound, 1981 $52.25ppd                                  SEND LARGE SASE FOR LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
                     order from:                                                       order from:
                                                                             COLUMBIANA COUNTY CHAPTER, OGS
CAROL WILLSEY BELL, C.G., 4649 YARMOUTH LN                                     PO BOX 861, SALEM, OH 44460
         YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44512-1749

				
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