The Phileatha class of the Baptist church held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs Seigert on Seventh street Monday evening. To the response of roll call quotations taken from sermons during the month served as an interesting opening for the evening. The question box contained many questions which were discussed at length and brought out facts concerning the subjects. The new officers were installed and are announced as follows: President, Lulu Page; vice president, Dollie Lennon; treasurer, Mrs John Peacock; asst treas, Mrs Charles Wilhelm; flower committee, Mrs Wilhelm and Mrs Carrie Miller. The evening ended in social hour daring which the hostess served an appetizing lunch.
[Coshocton Daily Times (Coshocton, Ohio)04 May 1909, Tue]
Mrs Emeline Lennon, of Canal Lewisville, has been granted an original pension of $12 a month, dating from May 11, and two a month additional for her child. Mrs. Lennon is the widow of James Lennon, who served in company H, Fifty-first Ohio
James Lennon was granted an increase from $12 to $72 a month from Jan 25 until May 10, the date of his death. It was made payable to Mrs. Lennon.
M.W. Wimmer was the attorney.
[Coshocton Daily Times, Coshocton 27 Aug 1900]
...Another tinsmith was Ezra Lynde, who operated a shop in the Village a little later on. His shop was located south of the Burns and Retilley store. Ezra's wife was the daughter of Leander Ransom.
[The Coshocton Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio) November 28, 1976, Roscoe Village News — Sub by Ida Maack Recu]