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Hon. Simeon Nash
Hon. Simeon Nash was born at South Hadley, Massachusetts, September 21st, 1804. His father was a millwright, and his mother a woman of more than ordinary mind and strength of character. He received his early education at the district school, near his home, and early developed an eagerness and thirst for knowledge, in which he was greatly encouraged by his mother. He spared no efforts nor wasted time in improving his mind, digesting and placing on paper whatever impressed his as being of value, which plan he pursued through life. The good results of this method became apparent in after life, during his career as a lawyer. It enabled him to become widely known as a ready and effective speaker, always prepared when called upon, to talk intelligently and impressively upon any subject of public interest, his extemporaneous speeches containing all the elements of one that might have been carefully written and the subject of long and intense study.
At the age of seventeen years he went to Hopkins’ Academy, in Old Hadley, where he remained six months, beginning his preparation for college. In 1825 he entered Amherst college, [sic] and not having the means to meet all expenses, he taught school during the winters while there. After graduating, in 1829, he returned to South Hadley, where he remained for two years, studying law with the late Edward Hooker, and teaching a school for boys. Having finished his law course, he accepted an invitation from the late Honorable S. F. Vinton, a native of South Hadley, and came to Gallipolis, by stage, January 9th, 1832, where he continued to reside the balance of his life.
It was necessary to reside one year in Ohio before he could be admitted to the bar, and this time he passed with Mr. Vinton, who proved a wise friend and counselor. He was admitted to practice in 1833. For a time business was dull, but it steadily progressed, as he became better known, until he attained an extensive and lucrative practice.
He served as State Senator in the 38th, 39th, 40th and 41st General Assemblies – 1839 to 1842; nearly two years he was upon the State Investigation Commission; a member of the State Constitutional Convention of 1851, and for ten years occupied the bench as judge of the common pleas court, where he presided with ability and becoming dignity, commanding the respect which the position required, and in the disposition of many vexed questions his decisions were generally acquiesced in. To his ability we are to-day largely indebted for the systematic practice which came out of the void produced by the abrogation of the most scientific system of pleading known to the world. He was the author of several literary works of ability. His work on pleading and practice has grown by revision into two octavo volumes, and is to be found in all the States of the Union having a Code practice. His Ohio Digest is also an excellent work.
Judge Nash died at his residence, in Gallipolis, Sunday noon, January 18th, 1879, in the seventy-fifth year of his age, and his memory was honored by resolutions of respect from the legal fraternity and other bodies.
[SOURCE: "History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c"; James P. Averill; Hardestty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882. St. Peter's Episcopal Church ( Gallipolis, Ohio)]


William Nash
Was born in Massachusetts, July 13, 1817, and came to Gallia county in 1838. He is a son of Simeon and Amy Nash, both of whom are deceased. He is by trade a printer he has filled the following offices: Treasurer, two years; auditor, eight years; member of the State Board of Equalization in 1870;State Senator, two years; and delegate to the Republican National Convention at Chicago in 1880. He is unmarried and resides at Gallipolis, where he should be addressed. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Anderson Neal
The father of the subject of this sketch, was born in this county, October 11, 1821, and died July 15, 1882. The place of Mr. Neal will be hard to fill; his family has lost a faithful husband and father, the county a noble citizen, and the church a devoted member. But our loss is his again. May our last end be like his. Thus ended the life of one long and favorably known in this county in social, business, and religious circles. His parents were Walter and Deborah (Arnott) Neal, who first came to Gallia county in 1820. On the 24th day of December, 1840, Anderson Neal was married to Levina Allison, with whom he traveled the dusty highway of life for forty-two years. Of this union were born five children, namely: Susan C., born December 31, 1841; Robert D., February 4, 1844; Rebecca E., March 21, 1846, died January 29, 1871; John M., December 25, 1849; and Harriet L., September 21, 1855, died April 14, 1856. Mrs. Neal's parents were John and Rebecca (Carter) Allison, who first settled in the county in 1802. By energy and prudent management Mr. Neal had acquired a liberal competency in the world, and was one of the thriftiest of farmers. He was converted, and joined the Methodist Episcopal church in the year 1840, a few months before his marriage, and continued a consistent Christian up to the time of his death. His son, Robert D., the subject of this sketch, is a highly educated farmer of Green township. He was married to Eliza J. McCormick, January 30, 1867, by Rev. J. W. McCormick. From this well-advised union in wedlock, have sprung six children, in the order given below: Anna R., born February 6, 1868; Samuel Harry, April 14, 1870; James Bundy, April 11, 1872; Maggie L., April 6, 1874; Daisy, August 4, 1878; and Katie V., October 15, 1881. The parents of Mrs. Neal were James and Margaret A. (Waddell) McCormick, who were residents of this county. The subject of this sketch is both a farmer and teacher by profession, with postoffice address at Gallipolis Ohio. He was a soldier in the war of the rebellion, enlisting as a private in Company B, 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, at Gallipolis, Ohio, August 8, 1862. He was mustered into the service September 10, 1862, at Portsmouth, Ohio, for three years, unless sooner discharged. He spent the fall and winter of 1862 with his regiment in its various movements and expeditions, most of which were of minor importance, the greater portion of the time being occupied in drilling and discipline, this being the necessary preparation for the brilliant but sanguinary campaigns of 1863 and 1864. The events of these campaigns, the long, weary marches, the suffering from hunger and privations, the hard-fought, bloody battles, through which he passed with his command, have already passed into history, and become part of the cherished heritage of future generations. He was mustered out of the service on June 24, 1865, at Cumberland, Maryland, and honorably discharged at Camp Dennison, Ohio, June 30, 1865.  [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Jacob Y Neal
Son of Thomas and Belinda (Allison) Neal, was born in Gallia county, Ohio, March 30, 1853. His wife, Melissa J., daughter of John H. and Nancy E. (Halley) Clark, was born in Gallia county December 25, 1853. She was married to him in Gallipolis, Gallia county, August 16, 1876. They have two children: Chattie A., born November 2, 1877; Albert A., December 19, 1880. Business, teaching, farming and stock-raising. Address, Sand Fork, Walnut township, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


John Thomas Neal
Son of Henry and Mary A. (Mossbarger) Neal, and E. Ida, daughter of David J. and Mary J. Williams) Allison, were united in marriage in Gallia county, August 23, 1877. They have three children, namely: Ollie A., born October 31, 1878; S. Jennie, October 9, 1880; Mary H., April 23, 1882. Mr. Neal was born in Gallia county, April 25, 1857. His wife was born in Wapello county, Iowa, September 30, 1858. His occupation is farming and stock-raising Address, Boggs, Walnut township, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Samuel F Neal
Was born in Gallipolis, Ohio, April 11, 1841. His parents are Henry H. and Martha H. (Smith) Neal. His father is deceased, and his mother settled in this county in 1833. Mr. Neal was appointed assistant assessor and deputy collector for 1867, and filled the position to 1870. He was appointed postmaster in 1879, and still holds the position. He was married in Bradford, Vermont, October 20, 1868, to Luella F. Hibbard, who was born in Lisbon, New Hampshire, September 17, 1844. Her parents, Moses and Jane E. (Sutherland) Hibbard, are both deceased. Mr. Neal was a soldier in the late war, being appointed first lieutenant of Company A, 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, July 19, 1862; he was promoted to the captaincy of the same company June 1, 1863. He became major of the regiment January 4, 1865; he served to the end of the war, and received an honorable discharge, June 30, 1865, at Camp Chase, Ohio. He should be addressed at Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


General Lewis Newsom
General Lewis Newsom was born in New London, Campbell county, Virginia, in October, 1785. He came to Gallipolis in April, 1807, where he continued to reside, a man of education and refinement, and one whose good qualities endeared him to those with whom he came in contact. The author of this history is greatly indebited to him for many facts obtained from his published sketches of the lives of early settlers. His name will be found in connection with the history of many offices and institutions of the city and county. He was much interested in the success of the Gallia Academy, as will be found by reference to its history in the following pages.
He married a daughter of C. R. Menager, who was born in 1792, among the first children born in Gallipolis. Her mother, Mrs. Menager, outlived all but three of the original French settlers. Mr. Newsom has met Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, and had the good fortune to listen to some of the celebrated speeches of the eloquent Patrick Henry. He died March 17th, 1872. His wife died in 1868.
Junius L. Newsom – a son of General Newsom, was born in Gallipolis in 1810, and has always resided in Gallia county, and is now a resident of the city, where he is well known and universally respected.
[SOURCE: "History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c"; James P. Averill; Hardestty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882. St. Peter's Episcopal Church ( Gallipolis, Ohio)]



J.L. Newson
Was born in Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio, in 1810. His parents were Lewis and Gabrielle (Menager) Newsom. He was married to Elizabeth M. Gibbs, in Gallipolis, Ohio, in 1833. Since they united their fortunes for life eleven children have been born to them, as follows: Lewis A., born June 20, 1834, resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Edward M., January 21, 1836, lives in Wilkesville, Ohio; Parnell G., March 4, 1839, resides in Menominee, Wisconsin; Mary M., December 16, 1840, resides in Joplin, Missouri; Rosina F., November 26, 1842, resides in Gallipolis, Ohio; Fred S., October 31, 1844, resides in Portland, Oregon; Charles S., October 31, 1846, resides in Athens, Ohio; Allen M, January 11, 1849, resides in Menominee, Wisconsin; Logan C., February 6, 1851, resides in Columbus, Ohio; Willie E., June 6, 1853, resides in Portland, Oregon; Elmer J., July 16, 1856, resides in Menominee, Wisconsin. Mrs. Newsom was born in Middleton, Connecticut, in 1815. She is the daughter of Ashley and Parnell (Roberts) Gibbs, who came to Gallia county in 1821, and are both now dead. The subject of this sketch has never held an office, having no political aspirations. He has raised a family of eight sons, none of whom have ever drank a drop of liquor in their lives. Edward, the second son, volunteered as a private in the war of the rebellion, in the 2d Volunteer Cavalry Regiment, in 1863. He served until the close of the war. Frederick served as a private in the 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, enlisting in 1862, and serving until the close. Both were honorably discharged. J. L. Newson follows agricultural pursuits as a profession. His postoffice address is Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio.
[SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Abraham Newton
Abraham Newton and Eliza Harris were married in England, February 6, 1853. He was born in Creech St. Michael, Somersetshire, England, January 7, 1828, and his wife in the city of Exeter, Devonshire, England. The parents of Mr. Newton are Thomas Webber and Martha (Boyer) Newton, his father being deceased. Mrs. Newton is a daughter of John and Mary (Boyer) Harris. Her mother is deceased. Mr. Newton was a soldier in the war of the rebellion. He enlisted in Company A, 148th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, serving 132 days, and was stationed at City Point, under General Grant. His brother, John Newton, was a member of the 18th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, under General Roseneranz. Mr. Newton is by occupation a butcher. He came to this county in 1867. His postoffice address is Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Franklin D Nida
Franklin D Nida and Martha C. McCall was married in Harrison township, Ohio, June 8, 1865. He was born in Walnut township, December 19, 1840, while his wife was born in Harrison, December 7, 1845. She is the daughter of James and Martha (Phelps) McCall. Lewis and Jane (Blankinship) Nida are the parents of the subject of this sketch. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Nida are: Eugene, born March 14, 1866, died September 24, 1874; Emery, December 22, 1868, resides in Harrison; James F., June 20, 1870, died November 13, 1877; Victor J., May 9, 1872, resides in Harrison; William L., May 1, 1874, resides in Harrison; Blanche J., September 29, 1876, resides in Harrison; Chancey G., December 26, 1879. Mr. Nida is a resident of Harrison township and is engaged in farming. Address, Lincoln, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Stephen E Nida
Son of Peter and Delilah (Colwell) Nida, who settled here in 1827, was born in Walnut township February 17, 1841. He was united in marriage with Elizabeth A. Boggs, in Gallia county, February 6, 1867. She was born in Walnut township, November 8, 1847. They have six children, and all at home: Mary D., born October 10, 1868; Annie L., August 13, 1870; James E., October 2, 1872; Alvin H., April 25, 1877; Oberlin C., July 13, 1879; Chauncy W., July 22, 1881. His wife's parents, James and Mary (Williams) Boggs, settled in this county in 1818. Mr. Nida was a soldier in the late war, enlisting in Company B, 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, served three years and was discharged honorably. He participated in fifteen battles, the most noted of which were Cloyd Mountain, New River Bridge, Lynchburg raid, two days' battle at Winchester, Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek, making in all over 1,500 miles of marching. Business, farming and stock-raising. Address, Boggs, Walnut township, Gallia county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Francis T. Niday
Is a son of Peter S. and Delila (Colwell) Niday, born February 8, 1800, and November 30, 1805, respectively. They settled in this county in 1828. The brothers and sisters of Mr. Niday are as follows: Hugh C., born August 5, 1825, resides in this county; Mary A., August 28, 1827, resides in Virginia; Elizabeth E., November 24, 1829, resides in Gallia county, Lewis S., September 1, 1831, died September 11, 1852; John L, March 8, 1834, resides in this county; James E., July 25, 1836, died April 18, 1863; Harvey W., August 23, 1838, killed in battle September 10, 1864; Stephen E., February 17, 1841, resides in this county; George W., December 18, 1843, resides in this county; Francis T., January 18, 1847, the subject of this sketch. Elizabeth T. Sheets became the wife of Mr. Niday in this county January 4, 1872. She is a daughter of John H. and Jane (Fowler) Sheets, and was born in this county November 16, 1852. Her parents settled in this township in 1824. The children of this marriage are Hattie F., born February 19, 1873; Clemen G., November 8, 1875; John H., March 5, 1877; Delila, June 11, 1879; Eugene D., August 27, 1881. Mr. Niday has filled the office of trustee in this township. He had four brothers in the late war, as follows: John L., James E., Harvey W., and Stephen E. James E. was a captain in the 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and died in the service at Fayette, Virginia. Harvey W. was killed in a battle on the Potomac river. Farming is the occupation of Mr. Niday, his farm being located in Guyan township. His postoffice address is Mercervile, Gallia county, Ohio.
[SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Hugh C Niday
Is a resident of the township of Guyan, where he is engaged in farming. He was born in Giles county, Virginia, August 25, 1825. He came to this county with his parents in 1827. His father, Peter S. Niday, was born March 8, 1800, and his mother, Delilah (Caldwell) Niday, was born November 30, 1805. Hugh was married in Harrison township, this county, April 22, 1855, to Eleanor R. Porter, who is a native of Gallia county, born August 3, 1834. They have the following children: Alfonzene D., born January 29, 1856, resides at home; Hortense E., March 8, 1857, resides in Guyan township; Edwin C., April 11, 1858, died August 9, 1858; Jefferson P., July 27, 1859, resides at home; Frank B., April 3, 1861, resides at home; John L., August 14, 1862, resides at home; Ellen R., June 21, 1864, resides at home; James E., December 19, 1865, resides at home; Hubert C., April 2, 1867, resides at home; Vesta L., November 13, 1869, resides at home; Viola E., November 27, 1875, resides at home. The parents of Mrs. Niday are Thomas J. and Ellen (Dewitt) Porter, settlers of this county in 1810. Her father was born in 1807, and died June 9, 1875. Mr. Niday has held the office of township clerk one year, and treasurer five years, constable one year, trustee one year, postmaster sixteen years, commissioner of Gallia six years. Mr. Niday had four brothers in the late war: John L. Niday served three years in the 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company B - he was orderly sergeant of his company. James E. Niday enlisted in the same regiment for three years, and after serving two years died - he held the commission of captain. Harvey W. Niday was in the same regiment, and was killed at the battle of Winchester. Stephen E. Niday served his full term of three years in the same regiment. The postoffice address of Mr. Niday is Mercerville, Gallia county, Ohio.
[SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Henry C Northup
Is a carpenter and farmer, and settled in Clay township in 1842. He is a son of George V. and Hannah (Gilbert) Northup, who moved to this county in 1866. He was born in Gallia county, Ohio, August 4, 1842, and was united in marriage with Elizabeth, daughter of Charles F. and Hannah (Grafton) Gillingham, in Gallia county, October 24, 1866. She was born October 14, 1848. They have one child to bless their union: March A., born October 7, 1867, lives at home. He was elected township trustee in 1875, and still holds the office. He served three years in the 7th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, was taken prisoner at Rogersville, East Tennessee, November 6, 1863, and was released December 13, 1864. He participated in a number of hard-fought battles. His grandfather moved here before the battle of Point Pleasant, and his grandfather's brother was captured by the Indians. After he was with them six years he was found, but became dissatisfied and returned and remained three years longer. He has a gun-barrel that was used in the battle of Point Pleasant, that has been in the family ever since. Address, Thivener, Gallia county, Ohio.
[SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Jesse A Notter
Was born in Lawrence county, Ohio, January 17, 1852. He is a son of Francis and Mary C. (Rich) Notter, settlers of this county in 1840. When his father came to this county it was thinly settled, and they had to journey several miles to neighbors, to help them raise their cabins. They had no mills, so they had to pound and grate their corn to make their bread. Wild game was very plentiful. Mr. Notter was married in Gallia county, October 30, 1873, to Elizabeth A. Houck, who is a native of this county, born October 14, 1855. She is a daughter of John and Mary E. (Montgomery) Houck. She is the mother of the following children: Oscar, born August 29, 1874; Laban, May 19, 1876; Wilbur, March 19, 1878, died May 15, 1879; Francis, April 15, 1880. Mr. Notter had two brothers in the late war; John J. Notter served three years, and Andrew G. Notter died in the service, after serving two years. Mr. Notter came to this county in 1876, locating in Guyan township, where he is engaged in farming. His postoffice address is Saundersville, Gallia county, Ohio. [
SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


John J Notter
Was a soldier in the late civil conflict three years. He enlisted in 1862 in Company G, 1st Ohio Heavy Artillery, and was discharged honorably. In Lawrence county, Ohio, November 1, 1860, he married Nancy C. Bartley, daughter of Thomas and Eliza A. (Knox) Bartley, who settled here in 1847. Five children are the result of this marriage: Leroy M, born August 1, 1862; Lenora B., July 30, 1866; Eliza C., March 29, 1868; Herbert A., May 29, 1870; Sarepta E., September 8, 1873; all at home. Mr. Notter was born in Lawrence county, Ohio, September, 1839, and settled in this county in 1868. His parents, Francis and Mary C. (Rich) Notter, settled in this county in 1847. His wife was born in Lawrence county, Ohio, September 27, 1840. He is a farmer in Walnut township. Address, Saundersville, Gallia county, Ohio.
[SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


W D Null
Professor of mathematics and natural sciences, was born in Gallia county, Ohio, August 27, 1847, and is the son of William and Rebecca (Neal) Null, who came to this county at an early date. The father was born April 21, 1813, and the mother October 27, 1818. He graduated at the Normal University, August 14, 1874, with high honors, and held the chair of mathematics and natural sciences in the Glasgow Normal, Glasgow, Kentucky, three years. He has devoted his entire life to the cause of education, and is one of the foremost instructors in the county. He is a practical geologist, and has quite a cabinet of geological collections. Mr. Null is also a stock-raiser. His address is Waterloo, Lawrence county, Ohio. [SOURCE: History of Gallia County: Containing A Condensed History of the County; Biographical Sketches; General Statistics, Miscellaneous Matters, &c; James P. Averill; Hardesty & CO., Publishers, Chicago and Toledo. 1882.]


Melzar Nye
Melzar Nye as a boy and youth gained ample experience in connection with the labors and hardships of pioneer life on the embryonic farm of his father, and as a young man he assisted in the making of some of the original surveys in Washington County, where he finally bought a tract of land near his father's homestead. He cleared and otherwise improved much of this land and there remained until 1827, when he sold the property and removed to Meigs County, where he purchased a farm in Salisbury Township. He reclaimed this homestead and on the same passed the residue of his life, his death having occurred when he was eighty-eight years of age. He wedded Miss Phoebe Sprague, who was born in Massachusetts, her ancestors having been numbered among the founders of Hingham, that state, and an excellent genealogical history of this sterling old family having been compiled and published by Warren Vincent Sprague. Mrs. Phoebe (Sprague) Nye was born in 1788 and died at the age of seventy-two years. Her six children who attained to years of maturity were: Mary D., Margaretta Z., Sarah C., Melzar, Almira and Alvira (twins). Alvira, who was the wife of W. W. Gates, Sr., died June 4, 1915.
At this juncture is entered brief record concerning the children of William W. and Alvira Elizabeth (Nye) Gates: Ella is the wife of Irving Drew, the executive head of the Portsmouth Shoe Manufactory which bears his name; Laura is the wife of Stephen Chick, of Portsmouth; William W., Jr., is the immediate subject of this review; Hattie is the wife of Lewis Spencer, of Portsmouth ; and Edward S. and John are deceased.
[SOURCE: A Standard History of the Hanging Rock Iron Region of Ohio Volume II (pp. 658-663) Pub 1916; The Lewis Publishing Co. Transcribed by: Michelle Kennedy Spalding]




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