James Elliott

James Elliott, youngest son of Moses, was born in Carthage in 1826, and has lived ever since on the farm he was born. He has been township clerk for many years, and is held in high esteem by the whole community.

[From: "History of Athens County, Ohio...." Charles M. Walker - 1869]


John Elliott

John Elliott, his oldest son, born in Ireland in 1816, came to Carthage with his father's family in 1823, and lived here till 1859. He was county commissioner several years and much esteemed. In 1859 he removed to southwestern Missouri, where he still resides. During the late war he was driven away from his farm on account of his Union sentiments, and was absent several years, but since the return of peace has resumed his residence there.

[From: "History of Athens County, Ohio...." Charles M. Walker - 1869]


Moses Elliott

Moses Elliott, born February 1, 1784, in the county of Donegal, Ireland, came to the United States in 1819, and settled as a farmer in Carthage township in 1823. He lived on the farm where he first settled, till his death in 1854. He was a justice of the peace for twelve years, and was highly respected as a citizen. His family, two sons and five daughters, are all living.

[From: "History of Athens County, Ohio...." Charles M. Walker - 1869]


George Ewing

Son of Thomas Ewing, was born in Ohio county, West Virginia, December 28th, 1789.

[From: "History of Athens County, Ohio...." Charles M. Walker - 1869]


Thomas Ewing




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