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These are in loose alpha order based on the first surname mentioned in the story.


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Buchanan and Ira Griffin have returned home from New Smyrna, Fla., where they spent the winter. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Jacob K. Busby, of Bowerston, a former Carrollton citizen, was in town Thursday on his way from Canton, where he had been attending the funeral of his grandson, Harry Russell Keyes. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Mrs. Rachel Crane and daughter, Miss Rachel Baxter, visited Carrollton friends this week.  Mrs. Crane left Carrollton over half a century ago. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), December 10, 1908]

Sid Ferrall left here Tuesday night for a short visit to the home of his parents in Carrollton, Ohio. He will be gone about a month, and will visit Cleveland and other points in that and other states of the middle west before his return here.
["The Coconino sun" (AZ), March 03, 1916 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

Earl Garner, of Dalton, is a new addition to the clerical force at the local W. & L.E. office.

Carrollton, March 21 - Mrs. James Garrett, of Cleveland, is visiting her mother, Mrs Jhn (sic) G. Fletcher. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Mrs. Anna Gotschall and son Harvey, are in Bridgeport guests of Rev. and Mrs. T. J. McRea, formerly pastor of the M.E. church in this place. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), January 03, 1908]


Mrs. Mary T. Gregg and Mrs. Ruth Busby were at Canton on Tuesday attending the funeral of the one year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keyes, who died from pneumonia. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Walter Koontz, of Canton, was a Carrollton visitor on Thursday. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), December 10, 1908]

Henry Kreger is employed in a rubber plant at Akron and will remove there. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Jan. 1. - Prof. W. G. Kryder, of Minerva, was in Carrollton on Saturday. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), January 03, 1908]

Jesse Lucas and H.J. Richards have traded properties.  Mr. Richards got the old Cellars property on West Main street and $1,500 for the McCully property on West North street. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Auditor N.L. Marshall has sold his 78 acre farm in Washington township to Scott and James Brannon for $3,000.  Possession will be given April 1st. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Hugh Perrine, who had been visiting relatives in and around Carrollton for several weeks, left on Wednesday for his home at Big Timber, Mont. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), December 10, 1908]


Mr. John Shepherd, from Carrollton, Ohio, several days in the fore part of the week. He bought a quarter section of land in the Big creek valley, through the McKnight agency; and, when he called on us on Tuesday, he thought of buying more land.
["Western Kansas World" (WaKeeney, Kan.), 09 May 1885 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

Charles R. Sterling goes to Hutchinson, Kansas, where he will visit his sister, from there going to Carrollton, Ohio, his old home, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Sterling
. ["Arizona Republican". (Phoenix, Ariz.), 09 June 1907 - KT - Sub by FoFG]

Mrs. Clara Thompson and two daughters, of Steubonville, visited Carrollton relatives the past week. [The Stark County Democrat.(Canton, Ohio), December 10, 1908]  
Representative R.S. Tidrick, of Sherodsville, was a Carrollton caller on Thursday. [The Stark County Democrat. (Canton, Ohio), March 25, 1909]

Mrs. W.C. Wilson, wife of the manager of the Southern Wood Supply Company, who has been here on a sort of reconnoitering expedition, previous to the removal of herself and family from West Carrollton, Ohio to Hickman, returned to her home Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have decided to come to Hickman to live and in consequence will dispose of their property interests in West Carrollton, and make their future home among us.
["The Hickman courier", (KY) November 13, 1903 - KT - Sub by FoFG]






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