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Gossip and Visiting News

Listed in loose alpha order by the surname of the first person mentioned in the story

M.C. Allison, a prominent citizen of Xenia, Ohio, who is interested in the Fannie Motte lode, near the Golden Age, called Saturday.  
[The Boulder County Courier (Boulder County) Friday, October 25, 1878]

Mr. Pat McDermott, who was an old time resident of Xenia, stopped off in this city last evening on his way to Springfield, where he was called by the news of the serious illness of his mother. He is now located at Anderson, Ind. [Xenia Daily Gazette (Xenia, Ohio) 14 Oct 1899, tr by KT]

Comrade Persinger, of the spess
(sic) force, is on a visit to his home city, Xenia Ohio, attending the annual home-coming. [The Washington herald. (Washington, DC), June 19, 1910 - TR by KT]

The nine Bishops of the A.M.E. church were in session in Springfield, O., last week, on church business. The list of bishops is as follows:
D.A. Payne, Xenia, O.; A. W. Wayman, Baltimore, Md; J.P. Campbell, Philadelphia, Pa; James A. Shorter, Xenia, O.; T.M.D. Ward, Anticoats, D.C.; J.M. Brown, Washington, D.C.; H.M. Turner, Natchez, Miss; Wm. F. Dickerson, Columbia, S.C.; R.H. Kane, Dallas, Texas.
[Highland weekly news., (Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio) June 23, 1881; Sub by KT ]



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