Misc. Families

Miscellaneous Families Names


Submitted by Sharon M. Kouns 

ABLE

I.R. July 12, 1877 – Married Joseph Able and Emma Herbert.

ABRAMS

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – obit of Rachel, wife of John L. Abrams, born 1824 Wales, came to Ironton in 1855, the mother of 13 children.

ADKINS

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – William Adkins of South Point was fined $26.50 in Squire Henry’s court last Thursday, for assaulting his nephew, Jerry Adkins, with a club.

AINSWORTH

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Miss Ainsworth gave two receptions in her usual happy manner. (Wesley Church).

ALEXANDER

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mrs. Carrie Alexander, with others vocalist at Wesley Church.

ALLEN

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mrs. Allen and her daughter, Mrs. Vanden, who was visiting here, have gone to Gallipolis to the Centennial.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Edgar and Stella Allen, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Dempsey Allen, spent their Christmas in Ironton at Mrs. Ellis’s on 4th st.

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Mary Allen to Dr. Lester Keller, of Gallipolis, which takes place at the home of the bride, next Saturday night. Dr. Keller is a rising young physician, of Gallipolis.

ALLISON

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Prof. Allison, who once taught at South Point, has taken charge of the Gallia Academy.

AMOS

I.R. Sep. 11, 1890 – Mr. and Mrs. Lef. Amos are up from the South on a visit.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – The new Presbyterian church at Huntington has a handsome memorial window in memory of Mrs. Mary Amos Thomas. It is between the auditorium and the vestibule and bears the simple inscription “In Memoriam.”

ANDERSON

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Mr. Julius Anderson is having his residence on 6th street repainted.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – J. L. Anderson’s broken arm is improving nicely. He will be able to use it in a few days.

ANKRIM

Miss Effie Ankrim.

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – Burlington – Charles Ankrim spends part of every week at Ashland.

ANNIS

I.R. July 12, 1877 – J. Q. Annis has gone for a short time to see his old home in Pennsylvania.

ASHLEY

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Rev. B. F. Ashley, formerly pastor of the first Baptist church of Ironton, is now pastor of a Presbyterian church on the Hudson, not far from Albany, NY. Mr. Ashley was one of the most cultured gentlemen that ever lived in Ironton.

AUSTIN

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Miss Belle Austin of Ironton is visiting her sister, Mrs. Noah J. Dever. (Note: Mrs. Noah Dever was formerly Miss Lydia R. Austin the Daughter of Charles K. and Susan Austin – smk) (also see Dever obituary I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 -smk)

I. R. July 18, 1878 – We hear that Mr. I. A. Kelly intends moving into the Austin house, near Grant furnace. Mr. Austin will go on the farm below Hanging Rock.

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BAGLEY

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – J. M. Bagley who lives at Mt. Summit, Ohio, and is a postmaster there, was here Monday, on his return from a visit to his family at Rockwood.

BAIRD

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Maj. Chambers Baird is enjoying his Christmas holidays at his son-in-law’s John W. Campbell.

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – Samuel Baird died at Baird Furnace, Perry county, last Saturday. He leaves 4 children, one married . . . (article of Nov. 15, 1877 says he was buried at Zanesville)

BARTRAM

A Miss Bartram, daughter of James A. Bartram married Dr. Trumbo in 1850 and had 2 boys and 2 girls.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – M. S. Bartram resigned as US Revenue Collector. Col. Nigh assumed . . .

BAY

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Capt. Wm. Bay has gone to Louisville.

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Will J. Bay’s two-step, “Seben, Come Eleben” was played by Hoffman’s orchestra at the opera house one night last week and met with great favor.

BELCHER

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – Miss Ruth Belcher and David Wilson were married. See David Wilson of this date.

I.R. July 11, 1878 – The youngest child of W. A. Belcher was buried at Woodland on Monday.

BIMPSON

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – Mr. Bimpson of Sheridan spent Sunday here (Burlington).

BIRD

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – E. J. Bird, Jr., was in Covington, Va., last week where he gave out the contract for the foundations of the new furnace he will build there.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. Bird, with others, vocalist at Wesley Church. . .

I.R. Jan. 03, 1878 – Jas. Bird of Alice Furnace was married at Milwaukee last week and will return with his bride today.

BISHOP

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – Miss Ella R. Bishop, formerly organist of the Congressional Church here, was married at Ravenna, last Monday to Rev. L. F. Zinklan.

BIXBY

I.R. Aug. 14, 1890 – Mrs. E. Bixby has been sick in bed for about ten weeks, with something like intermittent fever. She is quite weak and has remained about the same for two weeks. Her symptoms at present are of favorable character.

I.R. Sep. 25, 1890 – Last Friday, Mrs. E. Bixby was moved to her son’s, E. W. Bixby’s residence, thinking the change might be of some benefit. But her condition is not improved. She grows gradually weaker. She lies unconscious most of the time.

I.R. May 23, 1878 – Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Harry Campbell and Miss Lizzie Bixby on the 28th.

I.R. June 6, 1878 – Miss Lizzie Bixby is the first of the IHS centennial class, matrimonial married Tues. March 28, 1878, Mr. Harry Campbell and the young . . .

I.R. Oct. 2, 1890 – IN MEMORIAM – Mrs. Elizabeth Bixby died  (need to copy obituary)

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – Mrs. Holdt of Virginia, is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. E. W. Bixby.

I.R. Oct. 2, 1890 5th page – copy Walter Bixby . . .

I.R. Jan. 8, 1891 – E. Bixby accompanied his daughter, Grace, to Chambersburg, to college, last Monday.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 -Miss Gracy Bixby is home from Wilson College, Penn., spending a 2 week vacation.

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – Miss Grace Bixby left for Chambersburg, Pa., last Monday night.

I.R. Mar 12, 1891 – Hal Bixby has gone to Calif., and will return by way of Denver, where he may relocate.

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Hal Bixby has arrived at San Francisco . . .

I.R. July 26, 1877 – Rufus Bixby, of Chicago, has been visiting E. Bixby, his uncle, the past few days.

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Walter Bixby is home from Tennessee and will not return.

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Walt Bixby arrived home last week, and this week he leaves for Galena, Ill. to take a position as secretary in the gas works there. . .

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Walter Bixby is going to move from Little Rock to Wichita. His health has been so poor in Arkansas that a change is necessary. He will be superintendent of the water works, the same position he held at Little Rock.

BLACK

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Miss Belle Black . . . lived Cincinnati.

BLOKSOM

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – A. P. Bloksom, Esq., a lawyer of Zanesville and a brother of Mrs. W. W. Johnson died at his home a few days ago.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Miss Bloksom, of Zanesville, is visiting Mrs. W. W. Johnson.

BOWEN

I.R. July 19, 1877 – see Robinson of this date.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Died in Jail – Wm. Bowen, a colored prisoner, died in jail last Friday. He was indicted for burglarizing Henry Woodfin’s barber shop. . . .

BRAGG

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Obituary of James Bragg, age 92

BRAMMER

I.R. Aug. 14, 1890 – Death of Wm. Earles, b. Lee Co., VA on 5-10-1809, married July 22, 1832 to Miss Arta M. Brammer . .

I.R. Sept. 4, 1890 – The funeral services of John M. Brammer, son of Comm. Brammer, will be preached. . .

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Rockwood – A small frame building at Rockwood belonging to Thos. Brammer was destroyed by fire, last Wednesday night. It was used as a saloon, and a stock of whiskey was among the losses. The building is said to have been set on fire.

BRIDWELL

I.R. Nov. 15, 1860 – Died in Ironton, Nov. 12, of Ascites, Andrew Bridwell, aged 36 years.

BRIGGS

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – page 3, 2nd column is a good story about Dr. Briggs and John Campbell – need to copy.

BROUGH

I.R. Dec. 13, 1877 – Imprisonment – Mrs. Sarah Brough was sent to jail last Tuesday night by Esq. Craig on 3 charges – selling liquor to Chas. Filgrove and William Buda, both minors and keeping a gambling place. Upon these charges she was held to trial under bonds of $450 and in default sent to jail.

I.R. Dec. 20, 1877 – Mrs. Brough who was imprisoned under charges of selling liquor to minors and keeping a gambling house . . .

BRUBAKER

I.R. Oct. 2, 1890 – Mrs. Julia Mayes Brubaker of Chicago is visiting her father, Esq. James Mayes, near South Point. She will remain two to three weeks.

BRUCE

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Mrs. Julia Bruce, widow of the late Amaziah Bruce died last Monday at the age of 68 years. She lived a mile beyond Deering on the Getaway road.

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – Obituary of William Bruce – Need to copy. Buried at Woodland Cemetery, Ironton, Ohio.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Will of William Bruce admitted to Probate.

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – Lindsey Bruce came up from Oxmoor, Alabama, to see his father, who was very sick, and arrived two hours before his death.

BRADSHAW

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – We learn that Thos. E. Campbell an old citizen of Burlington, and W. S. Bradshaw the school teacher at Union Landing are very sick.

BRAMMER

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Felix Brammer, as we noted, is sick with typhoid fever, but his health is gradually improving.

BROWN

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Prof. C. N. Brown of the Ohio State University and Mrs. Brown, are visiting the farmer’s parents.

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Dr. Brown has opened an office corner Third and Vernon streets.

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Marriage License – Frank Wilson and Flora Brown.

BURNETT

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – see Shipley of same date.

BURR

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Marriage article of Miss Alice Burr, d/o Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burr to John H. Williams.

I.R. Jul. 05, 1877 – H. C. Burr is at Denver, Colorado.

BUSH

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – The large flouring mill of George E. Bush at Gallipolis, burned last Thursday.

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CAMPBELL

I. R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Albert Campbell (look up in newspaper)

I.R. Nov. 29, 1877 – Mr. Albert Campbell arrived home last Sunday from the San Juan silver region . . .

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Charles Campbell has returned from a summer trip in which he visited Philadelphia, Cape May, and White Sulphur.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Chas. Campbell has brought from Virginia some specimens of the 300 foot deposit of iron ore near Lynchburg. The specimen embraces beautiful hematite and spectacular ore.

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Prof. Nichols a scientific iron man, was in town Monday. He was a classmate of Mr. Chas. Campbell at Troy.

I.R. Jan. 03, 1878 – Chas. Campbell caned D. W. Voglesong with a beautiful ebony as the old year lay dying.

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – COPY – (Clara) Campbell wins Arbuckle suit.

I.R. July 04, 1878 – Miss Emma Henderson and Mrs. G. E. Campbell are visiting at the latter’s former home in Adelphi, Ohio.

I.R. July 04, 1878 – Geo. E. Campbell has resigned his position as Superintendent of the Hanging Rock schools with the intention of entering upon the practice of law . . .

I.R. July 18, 1878 – Mr. G. W. Campbell, of Henrietta, Texas called at the Register office on Monday. Mr. Campbell has been in Texas about 4 years and is at present connected with the Sheriff’s office of Clay County. He is visiting his brother, Mr. A. C. Campbell of Ashland, . . .

I.R. May 23, 1878 – Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Harry Campbell and Miss Lizzie Bixby on the 28th.

I. R. May 30, 1878 – Wedding of H. Campbell and E. Bixby. . .

I.R. Mar. 21, 1878 – Misses Jennie Clarke and Emma Campbell, of Ironton, contemplate engaging in the manufacture of ornamental pottery – start a ceramic mill, so to speak. The site chosen, is on the farm of Mr. John Campbell, just above the Sarah furnace. Excellent clay is found conveniently near, on either side of the river – Ashland Review.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Strange coincidence . . Frank Campbell a brakeman on the KD., Ft., W. and C. road was fatally crushed between 2 cars . . .

I.R. July 25, 1878 – Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Campbell have gone to Portland station near Wheeling to visit Mrs. Campbell’s parents, Col. E. M. Norton and wife.

I.R. Sep. 25, 1890 – New York = Geo. W. Campbell, son of James H. Campbell of Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas (need to copy).

I.R. Feb. 26, 1891 – H. Campbell, guardian of Mary & Mildred Campbell, filed second account.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Harry Campbell left for Staunton, Va., last Sunday night to give out the contract for the erection of the building which it is proposed to move the furniture factory . . .

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – At the family reunion at Hiram Campbell’s, twenty four persons sat down to the Christmas turkey.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Said we to Mr. Hiram Campbell when we met him in Drury Lane, “What is your thought, this morning, Mr. Campbell?” . . .

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. J. H. Campbell of the Cincinnati Tribune, and his pleasant daughters were here for the family Christmas dinner.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – John Campbell’s wire fence up at his farm is fearfully and wonderfully made, but as a fence it is a success.

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – page 3, bottom of 2nd column is a good story about Dr. Briggs and John Campbell – need to copy.

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Prof. Orton’s escort is John Campbell, Col. Nigh and C. F. Dean.

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Mr. John Campbell was out horseback riding with the young ladies, last Tuesday.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – James Pierce sold his land near Woodland cemetery to John Campbell for ____ and has just finished a residence on Geo. W. Dovel’s farm below the ____. He moved down last month.

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – While the test – John Campbell – need to copy.

I.R. Feb. 21, 1878 – Mr. John Campbell, of Ironton, contemplates building a large stone coal furnace on his farm east of Ironton and running a railroad out to “Hecla” – Portsmouth Tribune – That item is not ripe yet.

I.R. Feb. 28, 1878 – Iron News – John Campbell need to copy.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Last week, when Sen. Matthews was here, he took tea at Mr. John W. Campbell’s. Judge and Mrs. W. W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Neal and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson were also present.

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – The Century Club had its first meeting of the year at Mrs. J. W. Campbell’s last night. The opening meeting was delightful. Mr. Charles Campbell was elected president.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Maj. Chambers Baird . . . at his son-in-law’s John W. Campbell.

I.R. July 11, 1878 – Mrs. John W. Campbell sailed for Paris? on the 4th.

I.R. April 9, 1891 – Marriage license – George W. Evans and Lizzie Campbell.

I.R. Mar 12, 1891 – Miss Mary E. Campbell gave her father a surprise birthday party (copy)

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – Marriage license to Thomas Dugan and Pherdilla Campbell.

I.R. Mar. 07, 1861 – Miss Susannah W. Campbell of TN was married to Dr. Holt – see obit of Holt same date.

I.R. Mar. 21, 1878 – T. C. Campbell et al vs. Betsy Campbell et al; sale confirmed and deed ordered.

I.R. June 06, 1878 – Thomas C. and Ann Campbell vs Betsey Campbell et al. Sale confirmed and distribution ordered.

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – We learn that Thos. E. Campbell an old citizen of Burlington, and W. S. Bradshaw the school teacher at Union Landing are very sick.

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Thos. Campbell, an old citizen of Burlington is very sick; no hopes entertained of his recovery.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Sybene – Thos. Campbell, an old citizen of this place died Oct. 6th. His remains were taken to Burlington Cemetery.

I.R. Sep. 11, 1890 – J. H. Campbell and H. E. Norton have gone on a trip East to buy goods.

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Last Wednesday afternoon, the residence of Mr. W. A. Campbell near Burlington was entirely destroyed by fire. Mrs. Campbell was ironing and there was a fire in the kitchen but is hardly known how the accident originated.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – When W. A. Campbell’s residence burned some of the Burlington District school records were consumed by the flames.

CARMEN

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Miss Myrtle Carmen was united in marriage to Mr. Chas. Meyers – see Meyers.

CARNER

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Miss Alice Carner is in attendance upon the Music Teachers’ Association now in session at Delaware.

CHATFIELD

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Harry Chatfield and sister, Ethel, spent a few days with their Aunt, Mrs. Kate Chatfield, the past week.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Mrs. Ira Chatfield and son, Drury, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. William Drury.

I.R. Nov. 29, 1860 – Married in Perry Township, Nov. 22nd by Rev. J. Q. Gibson, Mr. Samuel K. Chatfield to Miss Harriet L. Clark, daughter of William Clark, Esq.

CHURCHES

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – The large window frame of the Episcopal Church is in place. It measures 15 x 18.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 Dr. Lamar preached at the Baptist Church, last Sunday . . .

CLARK

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Geo. Clark appointed guardian of Jos. Smith.

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – John Clark of Millersport, fell from a building . . .

I.R. Nov. 29, 1860 – Married in Perry Township, Nov. 22nd by Rev. J. Q. Gibson, Mr. Samuel K. Chatfield to Miss Harriet L. Clark, daughter of William Clark, Esq.

I.R. March 21, 1878 – S. K. Clark see Jno. S. Robinson of this date.

I.R. July 11, 1878 – Births – to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Clark, a son.

CLARKE

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – There will be a platform dance at C. C. Clarke’s Friday night.

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – Mrs. C. C. Clarke left last Saturday for a short sojourn at Middle Bass Island.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Mrs. Ralston, of Marietta, spent last week at her daughter’s, Mrs. C. C. Clarke.

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – Mrs. C. C. Clarke and children returned from Marietta yesterday whither they went to spend Thanksgiving at Mr. Ralston’s.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – George Clarke, one of the pioneer residents of Ironton, is now lying at the point of death at his home on 2nd street.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – DEATH OF GEORGE CLARKE – obituary (copy)

I.R. Mar. 21, 1878 – Miss Jennie Clarke see Emma Campbell of this date.

I.R. July 26, 1877 – SOCIAL – Mr. and Mrs. John C. Clarke entertained Hon. Chas. P. Taft and his wife and Miss Jennie Clarke. Mr. Taft is the son of Judge Taft.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Col. Gray will reside in the J. C. Clarke’s house where Mr. Richards has dwelt for a couple of years past.

I.R. Feb. 19, 1891 – Mr. John C. Clarke, of Toledo, spent a few days in town, the past week. He lives in Toledo and thinks that city one of the finest in America. At least, it serves him well, for he grows in prosperity with it.

CLENDENNING

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Died – Mrs. Clendenning, wife of the manager of Monroe furnace died on the 13th. She was the daughter of Mr. Herdman.

CLONINGER

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Edward S. Cloninger, of Maysville, Ky., and Elmer Cloninger, of Huntington, W. Va., are here to attend the funeral of their brother.

COLE

I.R. Jan. 03, 1878 – Front Page, Last column on right – copy A. B. Cole . . .

I.R. Oct. 2, 1890 – Alfred Cole was in town Sunday, on his way to New York to pursue his medical studies.

COMPTON

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – The Fifth grade at Lawrence street was given a picnic at Gray Gables, Saturday, by their teacher, Miss Felonese Compton.

I.R. June 16, 1892 – WEDDING PRESENTS – Last Wednesday evening, Mr. Joseph Compton and Miss Rosa Lynd were married at W. P. Lynd’s residence by Rev. R. D. Morgan. . . .

CONSTABLE

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Peter Constable moves his plumbing shop into the Leader office building.

COULTER

I.R. Oct. 11, 1877 – Mrs. J. P. Coulter see Mrs. Ross Sharp of this date.

CRAWFORD

I.R. Feb. 21, 1861 – Court of Common Pleas – Anthony Crawford for murder in the 2d degree (killing Edwards at Fayette Twp. election, last fall) also see I.R. Mar. 07, 1861 – he rec’d 3 years for manslaughter.

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Among the arrivals at the Crawford House yesterday were Frank Willard, of Ironton and Gen. Coates, of Portsmouth. (Cincinnati Gazette)

I.R. Jan. 29, 1891 – Wm. Meistedt appointed guardian of Charles Crawford.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Mrs. Frankie Crawford returned home from Victory mines last Tuesday.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mrs. Kate Crawford returned home from Ironton after spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Morris.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Mrs. Kate Crawford is visiting at Proctorville.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Lillie Crawford (see Mary Drury)

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Mrs. Samuel Crawford, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. W. Morris, has returned to her home.

Lillie Crawford

CULBERTSON

Mrs. C. Culbertson had a sister, Mrs. A. W. Lacroix.

I.R. June 13, 1878 – K. R. Culbertson formerly of 91st OVI died

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DAVEY

I. R. June 14, 1883 – M. L. Kirkpatrick and wife and Miss Anna Kirkpatrick, all of Ripley, are here to attend the Kirkpatrick-Davey wedding; also Miss Lou Davey, of Portsmouth, for the same happy event.

I.R. Dec. 13, 1877 – Mr. T. N. Davey exhibited the power of the “track lifter” a patent invention raising railroad tracks, near the water works last Tuesday. It is an invention by Mr. George Hunter and does thoroughly what it intended to do.

DAVIDSON

I.R. Dec. 13, 1877 – South Point – A. P. Davidson is at home from the Indian company? up the yellow stone . . .

I.R. Sep. 25, 1890 – Daisy Davidson, daughter of Col. Ham Davidson writes for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. . .

I.R. Feb. 28, 1891 – Legal Notice. Arthur G. Davidson (need to copy names)

I.R. March 21, 1878 – Col. J. Ham Davidson and Mr. Eleanor Wakefield, old Lawrence county boys, addressed a large temperance meeting at Alexandria, Va., one day last month.

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Jere Davidson now resides at Mt. ____rat. J. B. Hastings inhabits his former residence on Fourth street.

I.R. Nov. 13, 1890 – Major Jere Davidson visited his father, James Davidson, Thursday.

I.R. Feb. 19, 1891 – Mrs. Jere Davidson was making the acquaintance of a new cow at her home the other day, when the animal hooked her under the arm and tossed her across the stable, she was bruised but not seriously hurt.

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – Uncle Jesse Davidson died at his home near Haverhill last week. Thirty years ago, the old gentleman was a prominent figure in the Ironton markets . .

I.R. Nov. 15, 1860 – Died in Ashland, Nov. 8, Mrs. Sarah Ann Davidson, wife of Joseph J. Davidson and daughter of the late John Bryan of this county in her 24th year.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – McClain Davidson has got the old frame school house transformed . . .

I.R. Mar. 28, 1861 – Married on the 19th inst., by Rev. A. J. McMillen at the residence of the bride’s father, Capt. Peyton S. Davidson of the Steamer Wenona to Miss Adelaide E. Johnston, daughter of Hon. Benjamin Johnston of South Point.

I.R. Nov. 29, 1860 – Married. In Chillicothe on the 21st inst. by Rev. Mr. Dubois, William F. Davidson to Miss Josephine Wallace, young daughter of the late Sen. Cadwallader Wallace.

DAVIS

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. Geo. B. Davis, vocalist with others at Wesley Church . . .

DAVISON

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Served him right . . . Wm. Davison was on trial in NY . . .

DEACONESS HOSPITAL

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – W. A. Baker of Chicago, wants to give the Indian opera “Powhatan” for the benefit of the proposed Deaconess hospital. The talent will be entirely local should the opera be produced.

DEAN

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Mr. Charles F. Dean has entered the evangelistic work. He will assist Rev. C. W. Horn at a series of meetings at Aberdeen, beginning January 6.

I.R. Feb. 13, 1890 – See Hill of this date. Mrs. Hill was a sister of E. V. Dean’s mother and W. N. McGugin’s mother.

I.R. Feb. 13, 1890 – Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dean returned last Monday. They were at St. Paul, Minn., Saturday, when a telegram giving the news of the death of Mr. Dean’s sister, Mrs. Hill, reached them, which hurried them home. They were on their way to Ft. Spelling, to visit their son, Lieut. Dean, who is stationed there. When Mr. Dean left Ironton, he went to Wooster, where he attended the funeral of John McSweeney. Mrs. Dean who had been visiting her daughter in Illinois since last December, joined Mr. D. at Chicago, and together they had gone to Minn., where their trip was sadly ended.

DEMARO

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – Amelia Demaro married Mr. Peter F. Hunter . . . see Hunter of this date

DEMPSEY

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mrs. Jennie Dempsey Allen – See ALLEN same date.

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – A. T. Dempsey was living at Washington, C.H. see John B. Hastings of same date.

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Probate Court – Allen & Dempsey, executors of Sam’l W. Dempsey, ordered to sell real estate.

I.R. Mar 12, 1891 – W. H. Dempsey, formerly of Ironton is bookkeeper at the Denton, Ky. coal mines.

DETTMAR

I.R. Jun 14, 1883 – The hall over H. Dettmar’s store is being fitted up for the Red Men.

DEVER

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Mrs. Noah J. Dever see Belle Austin of this date.

I.R. June 20, 1878 – Noah J. Dever, Esq. and sister Miss Dizzie Dever of Portsmouth are visiting at Chas. K. Austins. (Note: Noah was married to Lydia Austin daughter of C. K. Austin – smk)

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Sad Bereavement – death of Mrs. Lydia R. Dever of Portsmouth, formerly Miss Austin, daughter of C. K. and Susan Austin. Mrs. Noah J. Dever died at her home in Portsmouth, of typhoid fever on Sept. 28th.

DIDUIT

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – Mrs. Mame Diduit and infant son are visiting relatives in the neighborhood.

DILLON

I.R. Aug. 02, 1877 – Marriage License – Leander Short and Mary Dillon.

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Presiding Elder Dillon conducted quarterly services at Wesley Chapel Sunday.

DONAHOE/DONOHOE

I.R. Apr. 18, 1878 – Charles R. Donahoe the son of Thos. Donahoe . . .

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – W. H. Donohoe received severe bruises by the upsetting of his buggy this past week.

DOVEL

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Geo. W. Dovel see John Campbell of this date.

DRURY

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mr. Lon Drury and Misses Florence Ramsey, Mary Drury, Ollie Moore and Lillie Crawford attended a dinner party at Miss Effie Ankrim’s last Saturday.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – The pressed brick for Mrs. Drury’s building came from Tiffin, Ohio.

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Sybene. Mrs. L. Drury is spending a few weeks with her son in Cincinnati.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Miss Lou Drury is on the sick list.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Misses Mary Drury and Lillie Crawford spent Saturday with the Misses Hurt.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Probate Court – Wm. Drury, adm. of Catherine Kouns filed second account.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Mrs. Ira Chatfield and son Drury (Chatfield), spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. William Drury. Sybene.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Sybene – Miss Hattie Drury entertained a number of young folks.

DUGAN

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 marr. lic. Thomas Dugan to Pherdilla Campbell.

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EARLES

I.R. Aug. 14, 1890 – Death of Wm. Earles, b. Lee Co., VA on 5-10-1809, married July 22, 1832 to Miss Arta M. Brammer . .

EBERT

I.R. May 02, 1878 – Leo Ebert “Lager vs Whiskey”

ELLISON

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – C. Ketterer, guardian of Charles Ketterer vs. Owen Ellison, trustee; cause certified from Common pleas court.

I.R. Nov. 20, 1890 – D. W. Richards who was visiting during the last two weeks relatives of Dr. Ellison in Michigan, returned last night accompanied by O. W. Ellison, father of the doctor.

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Dr. Ellison has been whiling and whittling away . . .

I.R. Feb. 19, 1891 – Dr. Ellison’s father was 82 years old the other day and celebrated the event by sending his son a check for $300.

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Mrs. Cyrus Ellison was called to Milwaukee, last week, by the death of her sister..

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Last Saturday morning, Cyrus Ellison was walking in his back yard, when he fell on some rough boards and badly bruised his face and chest. He had been weak for a few days, and his strength suddenly failed him. He had a similar fall a few days before. He is sitting up and going about the house but he is quite weak yet.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Elizabeth Ellison see Geo. T. Scott of this date.

I.R. July 11, 1878 – Dr. O. Ellison is rusticating among the Virginia springs . . .

ELSWORTH

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Dr. E. E. Elsworth, an old Lawrence County boy, has been down with diphtheria the past week, and his home at Northup, Gallia county, has been quarantined.

ENOCHS

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Gen. Enochs is on a stumping tour in Athens county this week.

EVANS

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – John Evans and family – see Mrs. Nettie Johnson of same date.

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FARMER

I.R. April 9, 1891 – Marriage license – Mr. Charles E. Tomlinson and Miss Laura Farmer.

FEUCHTER

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – One of the remarkable events of these remarkable times is that Chris Feuchter has gone to reading the Bible. But it wasn’t for his soul’s welfare that he resorted to do this. He wanted to get the city printing, and consequently has no soul.

There is an urgent call for the Council to do its printing in the Waechter, but that urgent call was worked up by C. F. himself. At last accounts, not a German, save Chris, has worked himself in expiring agonies because he can’t read the doings of the City Dads in Dutch.

FELTMAN

I.R. Jun. 1883 – Adam Feltman has gone to Cincinnati to work a few weeks.

FILGROVE

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Filgrove Bros. rec’d their gas machine last week. . .

FISHER

I.R. Feb. 14, 1878 – Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher of Wheeling have been on a few days visit at F. D. Norton’s. (Note: Ben Fisher was a half-brother to F. D. Norton – smk)

I.R. 14 Jun 1883 – A six year old son of George H. Fisher fell and broke his arm one day last week.

FORGEY

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – Mr. Forgey, Attorney General of Ironton

I.R. Apr. 2, 1891 – B. F. Forgey, son of Clinton Forgey . . . (copy)

FRISBE

I. R. June 14, 1883 – T. S. Frisbe, of Pittsburgh was on our streets today.

FUGITT

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – The N. & W. yard engine struck a team driven by Henry Fugitt, near the door factory, Monday morning. One mule was killed. Fuggitt escaped injury.

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GATES

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – see obit. of Mrs. Sarah W. Newton of this date.

GILRUTH

I.R. Feb. 21, 1878 – Haverhill – William Gilruth shipped 3 mules from here to Yazoo City, Miss. to his son Col. I. N. Gilruth who is engaged in the production of cotton.

GLEICHAUFS

I.R. July 4, 1878 – The two Joseph Gleichaufs of our part of town have bought out a furniture establishment and will start a sales room, down on 2nd street.

GORE

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Mrs. Thos. Gore’s brother is in England, arranging the estate . . . out of which she will receive $50,000 . . .

GOULD

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Tin Wedding – Dr. Gould’s cozy home at Sheridan . . . being the 10th anniversary.

GRAY

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Dr. C. G. Gray intends to move back to Ironton this week.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Dr. C. G. Gray sent Christmas turkeys out to twelve families. There are lots of happiness in a deed like that.

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Marriage License – D. B. Gray and Jennie Raine. The Miss Jennie Raine referred to our marriage license is NOT the Miss Raine who is the accounting recorder of the county, but her cousin.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – GRAY-RAINE – Married on the 27th day of August at the residence of the bride’s parents by Elder J. M. Bright, Mr. D. B. Gray and Miss M. Jennie Raine.

I.R. July 05, 1877 – We learn that Col. George N. Gray will sell Lawrence furnace cold blast metal. His engagement with Quinnemont continues.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Col. Gray will reside in the J. C. Clarke’s house where Mr. Richards has dwelt for a couple years past.

I.R. May 16, 1878 – Real Estate Transfers – Ralph Leete to Geo. N. Gray land $100; Isabella J. Humphreys to Eliza Ann Gray N. 1/2 lots 738 and 739, Ironton, $3,000.

I.R. July 11, 1878 – Col. Gray has purchased the brick residence of James Ferguson on the corner of 6th and Adams; price $6,500.

I.R. July 18, 1878 – Col Gray intends to put some improvements upon the Ferguson property before he moves in.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Col. Gray proposed to tile the old Pratt farm near Getaway of which he is the owner, this spring.

GRIFFITH

I.R. Feb. 07, 1878 – death of L. A. Griffith

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HACKWORKTH

I.R. Jan 20, 1887 – Pleasant Hackworth gets an increase of pension.

HALL

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Mr. A. T. Hall and Miss Minnie Hayes of Hanging Rock wee married at the Hotel Mansard, Catlettsburg, Ky., last week. They are residing at Sistersville, W. Va.

Mrs. David W. Lewis’s maiden name possibly was HALL (spelled Hull in this article). States that her sister, Miss Ella Hull.

Miss Rebecca Hall, sister of Mrs. D. W. Lewis.

HAMILTON

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Fire – Geo. Hamilton’s residence near Waterloo was destroyed by fire last Friday . . .

I.R. Jan. 17, 1878 – John Hamilton died at his home on 9th and Quincy streets last Saturday. The funeral service was from the Mission on Sunday. The deceased was the son of Geo. Hamilton and he leaves a wife and 3 little children.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Obituary of Mrs. Minnie E. (Wiseman) Hamilton.

I.R. Sept. 27, 1877 – Wm. Means, guardian of Robert B. Hamilton filed 9th account.

HASTINGS

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – J. B. Hastings see Jere Davidson of this date.

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – John B. Hastings has been visiting A. T. Dempsey, at Washington, C. H.

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – J. K. Hastings and family have moved to Alabama.

HAWLEY

I.R. Sept 06, 1877 – Austin Hawley, son of Col. C. G. Hawley is here on a visit.

HAYES

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Miss Minnie Hayes married A. T. Hall – see Hall of same date.

HAYWARD

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – A little child of F. E. Hayward came near killing itself . . .

I.R. Nov. 20, 1890 – F. E. Hayward & Co. have dissolved by Mr. F. E. buying out his brother who lives in California.

HEMPSTEAD

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – Hal Hempstead of Covington, Ky., is visiting his parents this week (Hanging Rock).

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Will T. Walker and Miss Maggie Hempstead at the latter’s home on Thursday the 22nd . . .

HENDERSON

I.R. July 04, 1878 – Miss Emma Henderson and Mrs. G. E. Campbell are visiting at the latter’s former home in Adelphi, Ohio.

HENRY

I.R. Oct. 18, 1877 – obituary of Mrs. Elizabeth Henry who died age 83 years, born in Virginia on June 14, 1795 came to Lawrence county in 1813, the daughter of Rev. John Lee. Six children survive. Her husband died 37 years ago.

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – Obit of Mrs. Eva Henry

I.R. Mar. 21, 1878 – Bucyrus, Ohio – on the 17th Rev. James J. Henry died age 26 . . . body taken to his late home in Lawrence county. He was the son of Isaiah Henry of Hamilton Township.

HERBERT

I.R. July 12, 1877 – See Able of this date.

HERDMAN

I.R. July 19, 1877 – see Mrs. Clendenning of this date.

HILL

I.R. Feb. 13, 1890 – Mrs. Hill, mother of Melvin and Ezra Hill, died of apoplexy, last Saturday. Her age was 81 years. She was born in Stark county, lived a long time in Wooster, and came here in 1874. E. V. Dean’s mother, W. N. McGugin’s mother and Mrs. Hill were sisters.

HITT

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – illness of Mrs. L. L. Hitt.

HOLLIDAY

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – The Augusta Stove Co., managed by Capt. Geo. H. Holliday . . .

HOLROYD

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Mr. Holroyd came out of the railroad catastrophe Tuesday night, about as well as any of them.

HOLT

I.R. Mar. 07, 1861 – Died – Dr. Holt – he married Miss Susannah W. Campbell of Tennessee (emancipated servants)

HONSHELL

I.R. Mar. 14, 1861 – Capt. Wash Honshell and Clark T. N. Johnson of the BOSTON have sold their steamer Clipper for $12000 to go into the Tombiggee Ala., river trade.

I.R. Mar. 28, 1889 – R. L. Hopkins has gone to Cincinnati to build a cistern for Gus Honshell.

I.R. Sept. 27, 1877 – Commodore Honshell has a touch of the ague.

I.R. Mar. 28, 1878 – page 3, top of column 6 – Portsmouth and Huntington Transportation Company, Comm. W. Honshell . . . need to copy.

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Comm. Honshell was in town yesterday to attend the bank election.

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Mrs. Lindsey Kelly gave an elegant dinner party to Mr. and Mrs. E. Huntington, Mrs. Gus Honshell, and other friends, last Tuesday evening.

HOPKINS

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – The little daughter of H. G. Hopkins formerly of the East end, but now of Hecla furnace . . .

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Rev. H. G. Hopkins is conducting an interesting revival at Lawrence Furnace…

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – See Mrs. Emma A. Rankin (she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hopkins)

I.R. Feb. 21, 1878 – Death of Mrs. Margaret Hopkins – born 1807 in Wales married 1829, settled in Ironton in 1853. Mother of Rev. Howell G., William G. and David Hopkins.

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – R. L. Hopkins, came up from Manchester, Ohio, on Monday morning.

I.R. Mar. 28, 1889 – R. L. Hopkins has gone to Cincinnati to build a cistern for Gus Honshell.

HUDSON

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – J. N. Hudson see Samuel Larrimer same date.

HUMPHREY

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – Humphreys – Lawton – at the residence of the bride’s father on Thursday evening, Nov. 1, 1877 by Rev. J. F. Williams, Mr. Chas. A. Humphrey and Miss Myra J. Lawton.

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – Charles Humphreys is now engineer at the Water Works.

HUNTER

I.R. Dec. 13, 1877 – Mr. Geo. Hunter invented “track lifter” see Davey of this date.

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – Married – Hunter – Demaro – at the residence of the bride’s father on Thursday evening Nov. 8, 1877 by Rev. J. F. Williams, Mr. Peter F. Hunter and Miss Amelia Demaro.

HUTSINPILLAR

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Rev. Hutsinpillar, brother of Charles is going to Palestine and Egypt, with the Ryder excursion. . .

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IRWIN

I.R. Aug. 02, 1877 – Marriage License – Thos. O. Irwin and Maria B. Woodrow.

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JENKINS

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. John Jenkins, vocalist with others, Wesley Church . . .

JOHNSON

I.R. Oct. 16, 1899 – To Be Married – A. R. Johnson to Miss Dora B. Ricketts, married at South Point . . .

I.R. Mar. 14, 1861 – Clark T. N. Johnson see Honshell same date.

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – A house at the corner of 7th and Jefferson streets, owned by Mrs. Nettie Johnson and occupied by John Evans and family, was partially destroyed by fire Monday morning.

I.R. July 18, 1878 – Mrs. T. T. Johnson and children and Miss Sarah King and niece were . . .

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – see A. P. Bloksom of this date, he was a brother to Mrs. W. W. Johnson.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – see John W. Campbell of this date.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Probate Court – W. W. Johnson trustee under the will of Rachel Hamilton filed accounts for settlement.

I.R. Jan. 17, 1878 – 2nd column copy W. W. Johnson . . .

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Miss Bloksom, of Zanesville, is visiting at Mrs. W. W. Johnson.

JOHNSTON

I.R. Mar. 28, 1861 – Miss Adelaide E. Johnston, daughter of Hon. Benjamin Johnston married on the 19th to Capt. Peyton S. Davidson.

I.R. Sep. 25, 1890 – George Johnston, of South Point, died of typhoid fever last Saturday. His wife had just recovered from a severe attack.

Mrs. C.T.M. (Adelia) Kemp was sister of Seliman and Frank Johnston and of the late Col. Sam’l C. Johnston.

JONES

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. J. N. Jones, vocalist with others, at Wesley church . . .

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KALES

I.R. Jan. 24, 1878 – Deaths – Kales, on Sunday evening Jan. 20th at the residence of T. W. Means, Hanging Rock, of pneumonia. Ms. Kate Kales in the 28th year of her age. Funeral services at the residence of T. W. Means on Thursday at 11 o’clock.

KEARNS

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Nelson Kearns, of Gallipolis, has taken a position in W. M. Kerr & Co’s hardware store . . .

KELLER

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – see Mary Allen of this date.

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Our young friend, Dr. Lester Keller, has got into trouble – has been courting. Knowing that such a handsome young man couldn’t stay single a lifetime, we have kept an eye on his movements down about Ironton, O. We learn that June 16th, Miss Mary Allen, of that . . . need rest of article.

KELLOGG

I.R. June. 14, 1883 – L. L. Kellogg, who is now on duty there (Galena, Ill) will go to Nebraska City to take charge of other gas works.

KELLY/KELLEY

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Probate Court – Allen D. Kelly, guardian of Reuben Kelly and Archy and Eliza Smith filed account.

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – Anderson Kelly, son of Rev. J. M. Kelly returned last week. He has been silver mining in Missouri.

I.R. Oct. 25, 1877 – Mr. Chas. Kelly, son of Gen. Kelly, of Union Landing will be at home on a visit this week. His wife and child are already here. Charles is now a citizen of Brownsville, Missouri.

I.R. May 30, 1878 – Death of C. S. Kelly . . .

I.R. Nov. 13, 1890 – F. M. Kelly came down from Huntington last Saturday to have a piece of steel cut out of his hand, but the doctors advised against it.

I.R. Oct. 4, 1860 – Sudden death – G. W. Kelly a/k/a Wash Kelly, age about 48, leaves family (COPY)

I.R. Aug. 02, 1877 – Mr. I. A. Kelly’s child continues dangerously ill.

I.R. Nov. 01, 1877 – Grand Jury – I. A. Kelly, Lindsey Kelly . . .

I. R. July 18, 1878 – We hear that Mr. I. A. Kelly intends moving into the Austin house, near Grant furnace. Mr. Austin will go on the farm below Hanging Rock.

I.R. Dec. 13, 1877 – Mr. I. W. Kelly formerly well known here is in lumber business in Serena, Ill., and is getting along well. He now weighs not over 160 lbs. Both his sons are married.

I.R. Feb. 14, 1878 – Col. I. W. Kelly of Serena Ill. . . .

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – John A. Kelley of Virginia City, Nevada the son of C. S. Kelley of this place . . .

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – Sen. Lindsey Kelly was home on a short visit, the past week.

I.R. Feb. 07, 1878 – Hons. H. S. Neal and Lindsey Kelly are placed under obligations for important public documents.

I.R. Feb. 21, 1878 – Hon. Lindsey Kelly was home on a short visit this past week.

I.R. May 30, 1878 – COPY – Description of Senator Lindsey Kelly.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Thos. D. Kelly who has been in Oregon has returned home.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – W. D. Kelly busy .. . Fair Grounds. .

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – Willie Kelly, son of I. A. Kelly left Sunday for Gambier, to attend college.

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – A few days ago, Mrs. J. M. Kelley was severely injured by being thrown from her buggy, while riding near Union Landing. Her daughter was with her but escaped without being hurt.

I.R. Mar 12, 1891 – Rev. & Mrs. J. M. Kelly . . . son & new dau. in law, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Kelly (copy)

I.R. Aug. 16, 1877 – Mrs. John Kelley from Ceredo is visiting her friend Mrs. Captain Willis.

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Mrs. Lindsey Kelly gave an elegant dinner party to Mr. and Mrs. E. Huntington, Mrs. Gus Honshell, and other friends, last Tuesday evening.

I.R. Feb. 12, 1891 – Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Kelly gave a progressive euchre party, last Saturday night, in honor of her brother, Mr. Gus Honshell and wife. There were 24 persons present and an elegant time they had.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – More Happiness! We have received the announcement of the marriage of J. J. Smith and Lucy M. Kelly, of Sweet Springs, Mo., on the 29th. The bride of this happy event will be recognized as the daughter of the late Gen. W. H. Kelly formerly of Union Landing. Good Wishes.

I.R. Nov. 13, 1890 – COPY – the wedding of John J. Smith and Miss Lucy M. Kelley’s (wedding)…

KEMP

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – Henry Rose the man who shot at Thos. Kemp. . .

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Obituary of Mrs. C. T. M. (Adelia) Kemp died at Whitwell, age 54. She was a sister of Seliman and Frank Johnston and of the late Col. Samuel C. Johnston. She married June 4, 1856 at Rockwood. She was born at Sheffield, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. (Copy)

I.R. Apr. 04, 1861 – Died – Judge Geo. N. Kemp.

I.R. Maar. 14, 1861 – Married – On March 5th, 1861, by A. J. McMillan, Mr. William E. R. Kemp, of Ironton, to Miss Jane M. McClure of Burlington.

I.R. June 14, 1883 – W. E. R. Kemp went to Cincinnati; his men are working at Olive furnace putting up a conservatory at W. N. McGugin’s house.

KERR

I.r. Apr. 18, 1878 – A. P. Kerr, brother of W. M. Kerr, died at Portsmouth age 49.

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Wm. Kerr, a prominent citizen of Union Township was thrown from his wagon, near Braderick, one day last week and severely injured.

KETTERER

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – C. Ketterer, guardian of Charles Ketterer vs. Owen Ellison, trustee; cause certified from Common pleas court.

KIEFER

I. R. June 14, 1883 – Dan Kiefer, of Cincinnati, was in town.

KING

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Mark King has an increase of his pension.

I.R. July 18, 1878 Miss Sarah King see Mrs. T. T. Johnson of this date.

KINGERY

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – The Sheriff takes Sarah E. Kingery to The Girls’ Industrial school at Delaware today.

KINGSBURY

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Mr. Joseph A. Sparks of Vanceburg is visiting his mother-in-law, Mrs. Kingsbury at Proctorville.

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – Last Sunday, Mrs. Kingsbury had a severe attack of paralysis. One entire side of her body is affected.

KIRKPATRICK

I.R. June 14, 1883 – M. L. Kirkpatrick and wife and Miss Anna Kirkpatrick, all of Ripley, are here to attend the Kirkpatrick-Davey wedding also Miss Lou Davey of Portsmouth, for the same happy event.

KIRKER

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Letters received from T. S. Kirker report that he and his son are in the San Juan regions, with a good prospect ahead.

KNOWLTON

I.R. Aug. 28, 1890 – William Knowlton died a few days ago . . .

KOUNS

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – Probate Court – A. P. Kouns, guardian of H. and A. R. Kouns filed 4th account.

I.R. Apr. 11, 1878 – pg. 3 col. 6 – copy – Col. A. P. Kouns sunk and 3 lives lost. . .

I.R. July 18, 1878 – All the Kouns “boys” from New Orleans are now at the old homestead called thither by the serious illness of their aged mother.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Probate Court – Wm. Drury, adm. of Catherine Kouns filed second account.

I.R. Aug. 28, 1890 – Miss Elizabeth L. Kouns, Principal of a young ladies boarding school in New York city is visiting the family of D. Nixon.

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – Apples – Mssrs. Curtis, Boring & Kouns…

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Henry Kouns and his bride left for the sunny South Saturday.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mr. Henry Kouns and bride left for Sunny South last Saturday. They spent a few days at Cincinnati with the brothers of the bride.

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – Miss Sallie Kouns, of Mavity, is visiting Fannie Williams.

I.R. Nov. 01, 1877 – ____ Talbert has sold the Ashland ferry boat to Wm. Kouns.

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LaCROIX

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – DIED – At 10 o’clock this Wednesday morning, Mrs. A. W. LaCroix, sister of Mrs. C. Culbertson, died after a long sickness, at the age of 74 years. Mrs. LaCroix came to this region from the East, when a little girl; married in the French Grant, and lived there much of her life. She was an intelligent and esteemed lady.

LAMASTERS

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Highway Robbery – John Lamaster, of Kitts Hill, while going home from this city Saturday night, was held up between Deering an Rockcamp by two men and robbed of $411. . . .

LAMB

I.R. Dec. 14, 1876 – COPY article on Lamb Family

LANE

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Thirty years ago, last Saturday, the REGISTER announced the marriage of B. R. Lane . . .

LARRIMER

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Samuel Larrimer has resigned his position with the C. & O. office at Portsmouth to accept a position at Kansas City, Mo. J. N. Hudson, N. & W. agent at Wheelersburg succeeds him.

LAWTON

I.R. July 25, 1878 – D. H. Lawton, his father-in-law was Capt. G. W. Sample.

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – Miss Myra J. Lawton married Chas. A. Humphrey on Nov. 1, 1877 see Humphrey of Nov. 08, 1877.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – E. Lawton leaves this afternoon for California.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Jas. E. Lawton was here from Middleborough Monday and left today. He has a touch of malaria.

LEE

I.R. Oct. 18, 1877 – Rev. John Lee see obituary of his daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Henry of this date.

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Scott Lee was brought to town from Waterloo and put in jail on a charge of passing counterfeit money.

LePAGE

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mrs. George P. Rodgers returned from Cleveland yesterday, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. LePage.

LEWIS

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Mr. and Mrs. David W. Lewis and baby, and Mrs. L.’s sister, Miss Ella Hull, will be here from Pittsburg, to spend Christmas with relatives.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Lewis are here for the holidays. Miss Rebecca Hall, Mrs. L.’s sister accompanies them.

LODWICK

I.R. Mar. 14, 1861 – Died – Col. John Lodwick aged 93 . . . Mrs. Josephine S. Peebles of Pine Grove is his daughter.

LYND

I.R. June 16, 1892 – WEDDING PRESENTS – Last Wednesday evening, Mr. Joseph Compton and Miss Rosa Lynd were married at W. P. Lynd’s residence by Rev. R. D. Morgan. . . .

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MARKINS

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Front Page (copy) SILVER WEDDING of Capt. and Mrs. L. D. Markins.

MARLOWE

I.R. Nov. 20, 1890 – Julia Marlowe who was critically sick at Philadelphia is recovering.

MART

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Prof. Mart has been very unlucky of late. . . But an author with a famous book to back up his reputation . . .

MASSIE

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – E. Massie has moved to his handsome dwelling on 5th and Olive.

MATHER

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – Obituary of R. Mather (copy)

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mrs. R. Mather arrived from the East last Saturday.

MAYES

Esq. James Mayes had a daughter, Julia, that married a Brubaker.

MAYNE

I.R. July 12, 1877 – Death of John Mayne.

MCALLISTER

I.R. July 11, 1878 – Proctorville – J. C. McAllister died on the 2nd inst.

MCCABE

I.R. Oct. 18, 1877 – Mr. Robert McCabe, brother of Rev. __ C. was in town last week. Robert used to go to school here. He is now proprietor of a job-printing office in Chicago.

MCCARTHY

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – McCarthy died . . .

MCCLARY

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – George M. McClary has been appointed County School Examiner, to serve three years.

MCCLURE

I.R. Mar. 14, 1861 – Miss Jane M. McClure married on March 5, 1861 to Mr. William E. R. Kemp.

I.R. Oct. 18, 1877 – Probate Court – Wm. McClure, adm. of S. M. McClure filed inventory of said estate.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1864 and Sept. 15, 1864 – Elizabeth wife of William McClure (need to copy)

MCCULLOUGH

I.R. Nov. 23, 1876 – (copy) Obit. of A. McCullough.

MCGEE

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – J. H. McGee of Rockcamp, sends us a sack of the flour made by his new roller process flour.

MCGUGIN

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 Mr. Walling, father of Mrs. Samuel McGugin, is here from Oregon on a visit.

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Miss Kate McGugin has not been teaching school for a week on account of sickness.

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – Mr. Walling, father of Mrs. Samuel McGugin is here from Oregon on a visit.

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – W. N. McGugin for Representative.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mr. and Miss Stewart of Brooklyn, are visiting Miss Tillie McGugin at Olive Furnace.

I.R. Mar 19, 1891 – Miss Tillie McGugin has been visiting old friends in Ironton. She now lives in Junction City, Kansas, and left for home yesterday. She stops a few days at Portsmouth.

I.R. Feb. 13, 1890 – see Mrs. Hill of this date – Mrs. Hill was a sister to W. N. McGugin’s mother and to E. V. Dean’s mother.

I.R. June 14, 1883 – see W. E. R. Kemp of this date.

MCMILLEN

I.R. Apr. 04, 1878 – E. McMillen read a very instructive paper on the “Analysis of Iron Ores”

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Both the Nebraska City and Galena Gas Works are owned by Messrs. E. McMillen and H. B. Wilson of this place, and both institutions are in a flourishing condtion. (Walt Bixby and L. L. Kellogg worked for the Gas Works)

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Murray McMillen, formerly of Ironton, is Chief of the Fire Department at Marietta.

MEANS

I.R. Aug. 23, 1860 – Died at Union Landing, on Sunday, 19th inst., Miss Hester Means, daughter of Thomas W. Means aged about 18 years.

I.R. Aug. 30, 1860 – Obit. of Miss Hester Means (Copy)

I.R. July 19, 1877 – T. W. Means see David Sinton of this date.

I.R. Jan. 24, 1878 – see Kales of this date – T. W. Means.

I.R. Sept. 27, 1877 – Wm. Means, guardian of Robert B. Hamilton filed on 9th account.

MERRILL

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Captain Will S. Merrill, our efficient police officer, contributes largely to the quiet which prevails in our midst at this time.

MEYERS

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Mr. Chas. Meyers and Miss Myrtle Carmen were united in marriage last Thursday evening at the bride’s home on Depot street. Rev. Pierce officiated.

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – An attempt was made to blow the safe in Chas. Meyers saloon, Thursday night. The cracksman only succeeded in mutilating the exterior of the safe.

MILLER

Mrs. R. B. Miller’s maiden name was Wilson.

MOORE

Ollie Moore

MORRIS

Mrs. S. W. Morris was the daughter of Mrs. Samuel Crawford.

I.R. June 20, 1878 – Mrs. Jona Morris’s mother, Mrs. Sarah Wilson, died.

I.R. July 04, 1878 – In Memoriam – Mrs. Jona Morris on the death of her mother – a poem . . .

I.R. Jan. 17, 1861 – SAD ACCIDENT. Thomas Morris dead . . .

MOULTON

I.R. Jan. 8, 1891 – Mrs. Alice W. Moulton is here visiting her parents.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – A very young daughter gladdened the household of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moulton last Thursday.

I.R. Apr. 04, 1878 – pg. 3, 4th col. – Etna Works Affairs – John H. Moulton appointed assignee.

MURDOCK

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – D. S. Murdock will move his family this week or next to Cleveland . . .

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Probate Court – W. A. Murdock, guardian of the estate of Frank, Susan E. and Drake Murdock, filed first account.

MURPHY

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Mrs. P. Murphy is building a nice residence on North Fifth street near Rev. Jas. Thomas. Mrs. Murphy, will occupy it.

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NEAL

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Misses Lillian and Alice Neal are home again.

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – Miss Alice Neal is quite sick with something like typhoid fever.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – see John W. Campbell of this date.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Mr. L. W. Richards will occupy Mr. H. S. Neal’s residence on the corner of 4th and Olive. Mrs. Neal and her two daughters will spend the winter in Washington.

I.R. Nov. 29, 1877 – Hon. H. S. Neal back . . . family is with him.

I.R. Feb. 07, 1878 – Hons. H. S. Neal and Lindsey Kelly are placed under obligations for important public documents.

I.R. June 27, 1878 – Hon. H. S. Neal went east with his family after the adjournment of Congress. He will return home this week, but Mrs. Neal and the daughters will spend the summer at the White Mountain.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Will Neal’s school at Rockwood had a entertainment, last Friday night, and netted a nice nucleus for a library.

NEWCOMB

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Witman, of West Va., is visiting at H. F. Newcomb’s.

NEWTON

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Obituary of Mrs. Sarah Newton, born near Marietta, Washington Co., Ohio on Nov. 16, 1802. Died at Ironton, Ohio on August 25, 1877, the daughter of Mr. William Smith and Miss Sabra Gates. She was married in 1831 to Col. John Newton who came to Lawrence Co. November 16, 1841.

NIGH

I.R. Jan. 31, 1861 – Copy – Letter from Col. Nigh.

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Will Nigh received a Wilkinson bicycle the other day.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Miss Lizzie Nigh accompanied Senator Sherman to his home in Mansfield, last Saturday, to visit Miss Sherman.

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – Miss Nigh, of this place, has a pipe and pair of moccasins that once belonged to Sitting Bull. Her sister, Alice, was presented with them while she was visiting Col. Drum’s family in the far west.

NIXON

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Mr. and Mrs. John Rankin of Emporium, KS, and Mrs. Mitchel of Ripley, who have been visiting at Mr. and Mrs. D. Nixons left for their home today.

I.R. Aug. 28, 1890 – Miss Elizabeth L. Kouns, Principal of a young ladies boarding school in New York city is visiting the family of D. Nixon.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Miss Estella Nixon, with others, vocalist at Wesley Church. . .

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Miss Minnie Nixon has a large class in drawing, water colors and china painting.

NORTON

I.R. July 25, 1878 – Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Campbell have gone to Portland station near Wheeling to visit Mrs. Campbell’s parents, Col. E. M. Norton and wife.

I.R. Feb. 14, 1878 – Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher of Wheeling have been on a few day’s visit at F. D. Norton’s.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Norton leave this evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Remington, at Ft. Wayne,

Indiana.

I.R. Sep. 11, 1890 – J. H. Campbell and H. E. Norton have gone on a trip East to buy goods.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Mrs. H. E. Norton attended funeral of Dr. Finch at Portsmouth last Sunday.

I.R. June 27, 1878 – East End Items – Henry Sharp and Howard Norton are home from school.

I.R. Apr. 11, 1861 – An Irishman age about 22 years drowned . . . James Norton.

I.R. July 12, 1877 – John H. Richards and Jesse Norton are home from college . . .

I.R. July 12, 1877 – Jesse and Howard Norton are home from college, the same jovial boys as ever.

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – J. K. Richards and Jesse Norton started this morning, to row a skiff to Green Bottom, 35 miles up the river. One of them caught a 75 lb. cat there the other day, and they’ve gone to try it again.

I.R. Jan. 8, 1891 – Jesse Norton left for Chicago last Saturday.

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Jesse R. Norton was here Sunday and Monday. He is satisfied with the loveliness of Chicago life.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – RECEPTION – The reception given by Mrs. F. D. Norton to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse R. Norton, last Thursday night, was a very happy occasion. The elegant rooms were filled with guests, and every appointment glided so smoothly that the social feature was ever at its height. The ladies were never more beautifully arrayed. Mrs. F. D. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Norton, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Norton stood in the receiving line in the order named, and at once every guest was made agreeably at home. Mrs. J. R. Norton, the bride, came a total stranger to this community, and at once took the hearts of all, by her genial and sensible manners. Altogether it was a rare evening, and will be remembered as one of Ironton’s happiest social affairs.

I.R. Jan. 8, 1891 – John M. Norton now manages Belfont furnace. Mr. Sinnot has gone to Virginia and Mr. Parker resigned to give his whole attention to the fire brick establishment which is full of orders.

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OAKES

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Oliver Oakes a brother of Ephraim, Haverhill, died at Portsmouth last week aged 88 years.

O’NEILL

I.R. May 02, 1878 – obit of Catherine O’Neill, mother of ? lived in Ironton since its beginning.

OTTEN

I.R. May 09, 1878 – Otto Otten

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mrs. Otten, mother of Otto Otten, died at Cincinnati, last Monday. Mr. Otten rec’d intelligence of his mother’s serious sickness, Monday morning, but she died before he got there.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Otto Otten has had a severe tussle with the grip.

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PALMER

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Palmer, of Illinois, are visiting their son, J. F. Rodamour.

PEEBLES

I.R. Mar. 14, 1861 – Mrs. Joseph S. Peebles of Pine Grove was the daughter of Col. John Lodwick – see Lodwick.

PETERS

I.R. Jan. 17, 1878 – Important land sale – Peters of Belfont Iron Works.

I.R. Nov. 13, 1890 – Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Peters observed the 45th anniversary of their wedding last Sunday.

I.R. Sep. 4, 1890 – Jas. F. Peters is home from St. Louis and his family has returned from a weeks sojourn at Old Point Comfort.

I.R. Feb. 28, 1861 – Died in Ironton on the 25th inst., John Peters, infant son of Mark S. and Martha A. Bartram, aged 9 months and 20 days (long obit plus poem)

I.R. Aug. 23, 1877 – Mrs. Dr. Spahr, daughter of John Peters arrived here, on a visit, last week.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mrs. Eliza Riedenour of Jackson, is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. John and Isaac Peters.

PHIFER

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Mr. George A. Phifer expects to start to the West, next week, on a visit.

PHILLIPS

I.R. June 14, 1883 – H. A. Phillips, President of the T. C. & St. L. was in town.

PIERCE

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – James Pierce see John Campbell of this date.

PORTER

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Deputy Judge Ross took Jennette Porter to the Girl’s Industrial School at Delaware, this morning. Jennette had been in the Infirmary, where her parents are.

POWELL

I.R. May 23, 1878 – The wife of Gen. W. H. Powell, formerly of Ironton, died at her home in Bellville, Ill. on the 20th.

PRATT

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – The first female ever put in the Lawrence county infirmary died last Thursday. Her name was Melissa Pratt.

PROCTORVILLE

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Incorporating of the town, taking in Grantown . . . Naming of. . .

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RAINE

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – see D. B. Gray of this date.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – obituary of John Raine born England on Sept. 11, 1815. . .

I.R. Jun 14, 1883 – Mrs. Jos. Raine and Carl have gone to Moberly, Mo., to spend the summer.

RAMSEY

Miss Florence Ramsey

RANKIN

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Mrs. Emma A. Rankin of Lawrence, KS one of Ironton’s former school teachers is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hopkins.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Mr. and Mrs. John Rankin of Emporium, KS, and Mrs. Mitchel of Ripley who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Nixon left for their homes today.

REGAR

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Harry S. Regar, private secretary to Land Commissioner Herman at Washington, D. C. is here to spend a thirty day leave of absence with his mother and friends.

REMINGTON

I.R. July 18, 1878 – Z. W. Remington, father of Mr. Remington . . .

RICHARDS

I.R. July 12, 1877 – John H. Richards and Jesse Norton are home from college . . .

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – page 3, 1st col. – J. K. Richards.

I.R. Nov. 22, 1877 – Mr. L. W. Richards will occupy Mr. H. S. Neal’s residence on the corner of 4th and Olive. . . Col. Gray will reside in the J. C. Clarke’s house where Mr. Richards has dwelt for a couple years past.

I.R. Oct. 25, 1877 – Dead – Richards . . . Oct. 16, 1877, Sarah Richards age 65 years. Sister of Samuel Richards, Esq. and a resident of this city from 1868 to May 1875 . . .

RICHARDSON

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – page 5 – Alonzo L. Richardson . . .

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – Deaths, Mrs. E. D. Richardson in her 53d year of age.

I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – see Jesse Norton of same date.

RICKER

I.R. Mar 19, 1891 – E. J. Ricker’s death (killed) (need to copy)

RICKETTS

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – To Be Married – A. R. Johnson to Miss Dora B. Ricketts, married at South Point (copy)

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – Joe Ricketts goes to Annapolis, September 1st.

RIEDENOUR

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mrs. Eliza Riedenour of Jackson, is here visiting her sisters, Mrs. John and Isaac Peters.

RIGGS

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Joseph Riggs, an old citizen of Portsmouth died recently. From 1833 to 1835 he lived at Hanging Rock and was in the iron business. He was 81 years old.

ROBINSON

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Al Robinson and Scott Wilson have opened a meat shop corner of 3rd and Chestnut.

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – Last Spring Ironton elected a J. P., Mr. Robinson, who died before he was sworn in.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Mrs. Robinson, wife of the Magistrate, left yesterday, on a visit to Topeka.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – John Robinson, formerly with Clark and Dillon, has gone with C. C. Bowen on his store boat.

I.R. Oct. 11, 1877 – John Robinson’s store boat . . .

I.R. Oct. 18, 1877 – John Robinson has quit store boat business.

I.R. March 21, 1878 – Mr. Jno. S. Robinson is now proprietor of the grocery establishment run by S. K. Clark.

RODAMOUR

I.R. Oct. 04, 1877 – J. F. Rodamour see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan S. Palmer of same date.

RODGERS

I.R. Aug. 21, 1890 – The funeral of Andrew Rodgers will be preached at Scott Town, this county, August 24, by Rev. Plumb at 2:30 in the afternoon.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Mrs. B. A. Rodgers returned to her home at Atlanta, Ga., after several days visit here.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – James Rodgers of Toledo was on a flying visit to town last week.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – A son of James Rodgers formerly of the Rock, is a member of the Yale crew and foot ball team. He is regarded as the best athlete in the college.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mrs. George P. Rodgers returned from Cleveland yesterday, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. LePage.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – Dr. P. Rodgers has located at Whitwell to practice his profession. . .

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Probate Court – Matilda Rodgers, guardian of Jane Scott, insane, filed final account and was appointed administrator of Jane Scott.

ROGERS

I.R. Jan. 29, 1891 – Jas. Rogers, the well known foundry man of Olive Furnace, was in town this week on his way to Chatanooga where he expects to locate.

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Richard Rogers, little son of the blind man, William Rogers, of Rockcamp, died Monday night . . .

ROSE

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – Henry Rose the man who shot at Thos. Kemp . . .

ROSS

I.R. July 12, 1877 – Ross Funeral – Mary, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross, age about 14.

I.R. Aug. 28, 1890 – MARRIED – Mr. Horace G. Thomas and Miss Bella J. Ross . . . (lengthy copy)

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – T. N. Ross has bought J. D. White’s residence on 6th street.

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SAMPLE

I.R. July 25, 1878 – D. H. Lawton his father-in-law was Capt. G. W. Sample.

SAVAGE

I.R. Apr. 04, 1878 – Died – Mrs. Savage, mother of James and Pleasant died at her residence on March 26. Came to Lawrence county in 1854 from Fleming county, Ky. Husband was Samuel Savage who died in 1842. Her father was still living at the advanced age of 95 years. She was buried at Lewis county, Ky.

I.R. Apr. 17, 1878 – obit. of Mrs. Eliza Savage.

I.R. Feb. 19, 1891 – The funeral services of Jos. W. Savage . . .

SCOTT

I.R. Nov. 29, 1860 – Died at Hanging Rock, Nov. 18th, at the residence of her sister (Mrs. Rodgers), Miss Eliza Scott in the 42nd year of her age.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – George T. Scott, trustee under the will of Elizabeth Ellison filed second account.

I.R. Nov. 27, 1877 – Geo. T. Scott – need to copy.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Jane Scott see Matilda Rodgers of this date.

I.R. May 30, 1878 – Died – Marissa the daughter of John W. and Rebecca Scott died on May 8th, born in Ironton on April 20, 1877.

I. R. July 05, 1877 – Mr. Perry Scott and family leave for Oregon today or tomorrow. We wish them great success in their new home.

I.R. Feb. 26, 1891 – Mrs. Robt. Scott returned, last week, from a visit to her daughter in New York.

SEELEY

I.R. Aug. 23, 1877 – Death of Hon. Uri. Seeley.

SHARP

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Henry Sharp, our young artist, goes to Cincinnati to pursue his studies.

I.R. June 27, 1878 – East End Items – Henry Sharp and Howard Norton are home from school.

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – Article about Joseph H. Sharp’s picture “A Rainy Day”

I.R. June 16, 1892 – MARRIED – This Thursday evening, . . . J. Henry Sharp will be married to Miss Addie Bryan, of Liberty, Indiana. . . .

I.R. July 12, 1877 – Ross Sharp has gone to California with his family.

I.R. Oct. 11, 1877 – Mrs. Ross Sharp and Mrs. J. P. Coulter have gone to Oregon where their husbands have been for some time.

SHERMAN

Senator Sherman, Miss Sherman

I.R. Feb. 26, 1891 – Funeral of Gen. Wm. T. Sherman, Feb. 21, 1891 – Copy.

SHIPLEY

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – A wagon owned by Mrs. Shipley, of Arabia, and attached to a team driven by Dennis Burnett, was struck by the N. & W. Yard engine Tuesday and almost demolished.

SHORT

I.R. Aug. 02, 1877 – Marriage License – Leander Short and Mary Dillon.

SHUTE

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – Miss Cassa Shute is seriously ill.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Mrs. Lizzie Shute of Burlington departed this life Friday. She leaves a husband and 2 children to mourn her loss.

SINTON

I.R. July 19, 1877 – David Sinton paid a visit to his old friend and partner, T. W. Means of Hanging Rock, last week. His daughter, Mrs. Taft, was with him.

I.R. March 14, 1878 – Concerning David Sinton – need to copy

SKELTON

I.R. Dec. 27, 1894 – Miss Jennie Skelton, with others, vocalist at Wesley Church.

SLONE

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Slone Jr. of Arabia, took dinner in town.

SMITH

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Archy and Eliza Smith – their guardian – see Allen D. Kelly of this date.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Adolph Smith of Elizabeth was before the Commissioners on a road case, the other day, the first time he was in town for many months, for he has been down sick.

John J. Smith – see Lucy M. Kelly 11-13-1890

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Death of John K. Smith – born 1796 Berkely Co., Va., came to Lawrence co. in 1816. Died at the age of 81 in Ironton. He was married to Penina Lee, a daughter of Rev. John Lee.

I.R. July 19, 1877 – Jos. Smith see Geo. Clark of this date.

I.R. Jun. 1883 – Rev. Smith did not receive a call from the Congregational church. He left last week.

SNYDER

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – The foundations for J. C. Snyder’s residence, corner of Vernon and Fifth are being laid; T. R. Hall has the contract.

SPAHR

I.R. Aug. 23, 1877 – Mrs. Dr. Spahr, daughter of John Peters arrived here, on a visit, last week.

SPARKS

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Mr. Joseph A. Sparks of Vanceburg is visiting his mother-in-law Mrs. Kingsbury at Proctorville.

STANLEY

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – The Henry M. Stanley is now receiving her machinery at the lower wharf.

STEECE

I.R. Nov. 29, 1860 – Married. On the 21st at Hanging Rock by Rev. John M. Beal, Mr. James D. Sweaney and Miss Mary Jane Steece.

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – The other day while Mrs. S. B. Steece – need to copy.

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – Mr. Turney of Harford, Conn., an uncle of Mrs. S. B. Steece and Mrs. H. B. Wilson is visiting here.

STEWART

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Mr. and Miss Stewart of Brooklyn, are visiting Miss Tillie McGugin at Olive Furnace.

STROBEL

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Prof. Strobel has in contemplation some important changes at the Ironton house.

SUITOR

I.R. July 11, 1878 – From Braderick – The wife of I. F. Suitor died on the 5th leaves husband and 5 children.

SULLIVAN

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Wm. Sullivan, whose restaurant was destroyed by a gasoline stove last year, had another milder experience. . .

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TAFT

I.R. July 19, 1877 – see David Sinton of this date.

I.R. July 26, 1877 – Hon. Chas. P. Taft of Cincinnati, was in town last Tuesday. (note he was the husband of Ann Sinton, daughter of David Sinton – smk)

I.R. July 26, 1877 – SOCIAL – Mr. and Mrs. John C. Clarke entertained Hon. Chas. P. Taft and his wife and Miss Jennie Clarke. Mr. Taft is the son of Judge Taft.

THOMAS

I.R. July 12, 1877 – A. R. O. Thomas of Quinnemont furnace was in town last Saturday.

I.R. Aug. 28, 1890 – MARRIED – Mr. Horace G. Thomas and Miss Bella J. Ross . . . (lengthy copy)

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomas were here last week attending the Thomas-Ross wedding and visiting friends.

I.R. June 14,1883 – Our old friend J. N. Thomas is shaking hands about town; B. F. Thomas is here also.

I.R. March 14, 1878 – The Children’s Home Purchase – owned by J. N. Thomas.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – See MURPHY – Rev. Jas. Thomas lived on North Fifth street.

THOMPSON

I.R. Oct. 9, 1890 – Carmi A. Thompson is attending the Ohio State University.

TOMLINSON

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – Mr. F. C. Tomlinson has a position . . .

I.R. Jan. 31, 1878 – Frank C. Tomlinson of Ironton has been employed by Mssrs. Lawrence & Robinson, map contractors . . .

TRUMBO

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Death of Dr. Trumbo – Met his death by accident at Millersport, last Tuesday. He fell into a cistern, and whether he was drowned or fatally hurt we did not learn, . . . since, we learn . . . fell in the cistern, breaking his neck.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – More on Dr. Trumbo’s death, he married Miss Bartram, daughter of James A. Bartram in 1850 and had 2 boys and 2 girls . . . (copy)

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VANDEN

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 Mrs. Vanden see Allen of this date.

VEAZEY

I.R. Aug. 16, 1877 – Death of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Veazy on Aug. 8th, at South Point, age 55-10-1. . .

I.R. Aug. 30, 1877 – Copy from Texas – J. C. Veazey who went from South Point, this county, to Texas, last Spring, came back last week. His return was occasioned by his mother’s death. He will start again for Texas next week. His residence is in Ellis Co., near Ennis . . .

VINCENT

I.R. Apr. 25, 1878 – Obit. of Robert Vincent

VOGLESONG

I.R. Jan. 03, 1878 – D. W. Voglesong – see Chas. Campbell of this date.

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WAGNER

I.R. Jan. 20, 1887 – Young Fred Wagner lost his pocketbook, last Saturday. Dropped from his pocket.

WAKEFIELD

I.R. March 21, 1878 – Elcaner Wakefield – see J. Ham Davidson of this date.

I.R. Feb. 07, 1878 – from Labelle, E. W. Wakefield sold his Bowling Green farm to Mr. Dillon for $4500 . . .

WALKER

I.R. Nov. 15, 1877 – Will T. Walker married Maggie Hempstead on the 22nd. See Maggie Hempstead of this date.

WALLING

I.R. Aug. 7, 1890 – Mr. Walling, father of Mrs. Samuel McGugin is here from Oregon on a visit.

WARD

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Sheriff Ward’s little son Edward has in the last two years undergone severe attacks of scarlet fever and diphtheria, and is now seriously sick with typhoid fever.

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Henry Ward appointed administrator of Elizabeth Ward, deceased.

I.R. Nov. 01, 1877 – (Long article) Mr. and Mrs. S. Ward at home. . .

I.R. Dec. 27, 1877 – Dissolution of Patnership – S. Ward and J. C. Ward.

WHITE

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – J. D. White sold his residence to T. N. Ross on 6th street.

WIGAL

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Marriage License – James Wilson and Lucy Wigal.

WILLARD

I.R. Oct. 25, 1877 – Mrs. E. B. Willard got arm broken . . .

I.R. July 05, 1877 – Among the arrivals at the Crawford House yesterday were Frank Willard, of Ironton and Gen. Coates, of Portsmouth. (Cincinnati Gazette)

I.R. Apr 2, 1891 – Orville and Eugene Willard are spending their Spring vacation at relatives in Connecticut.

WILLIAMS

I.R. Jan. 15, 1891 – John H. Williams marriage license to Miss Alice Burr.

I.R. Jan. 22, 1891 – Miss Sallie Kouns, of Mavity, is visiting Fannie Williams.

WILLIAMSON

I.R. Oct. 25, 1877 – Miss Ella Williamson had the first paper ever printed in America.

I.R. June 20, 1878 – Mr. Samuel Jepson, of Wheeling, father of Mrs. David Williamson . . .

WILLIS

I.R. Aug. 16, 1877 – see Mrs. John Kelley of this date.

WILSON/WILLSON

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Miss Bertha Wilson (home) from Lake Erie Seminary.

I.R. Oct. 2, 1890 – Burt Wilson the son of Geo. W. Wilson, formerly foreman of the REGISTER office is now manager of an electric plant in a city on the Island of Cuba.

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – BURLINGTON – Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Wilson and daughter Vetrice of your city (Ironton) spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Wilson.

I.R. Jan. 8, 1891 – Dr. D. C. Wilson has bought the Dempsey lot, corner of Adams & 6th and will build there in the Spring. The lot is 66 ft. on 6th and 132 on Adams. The Dr. sold his former residence on 4th st. to Dr. Miller, the dentist, who occupies the residence.

I.R. Nov. 08, 1877 – David Wilson, Esq. and Miss Ruth Belcher from Franklin Furnace were married.

I.R. Apr. 9, 1891 – E. M. Wilson is now at home (Burlington).

I.R. June 06, 1878 – Miss Emily Wilson daughter of Supt. Wilson . . .

I.R. Aug. 09, 1877 – Marriage License – Frank Wilson and Flora Brown.

I.R. Mar 26, 1891 – Miss Florence Willson will spend her vacation with Miss Bessie Downing of Chardon, Ohio.

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 -see John W. Campbell of this date.

I.R. Feb. 07, 1878 – Georgia Wilson, daughter of Geo. Wilson died of consumption last week. Quaker Bottom.

I.R. May 02, 1878 – Died – Mrs. Lide F. Wilson, wife of George W. Wilson, buried at Portsmouth.

I.R. Mar. 26, 1891 – Geo. Wilson is now proprietor of the Wilson Hotel at Marion.

I.R. Dec. 4, 1890 – Mr. Turney of Harford, Conn., an uncle of Mrs. S. B. Steece and Mrs. H. B. Wilson is visiting here.

I.R. Feb. 12 , 1891 – Mr. & Mrs. H. B. Wilson were at Columbus last night attending a banquet at the Columbus Club.

I.R. Mar 12, 1891 – H. B. Wilson spent last Sunday at Springfield, Mass.

I.R. Sep. 18, 1890 – Mrs. J. G. Wilson spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. R. B. Miller.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Marriage License – James Wilson and Lucy Wigal.

I.R. June 20, 1878 – Mrs. Sarah Wilson, the mother of Mrs. Jona Morris and Dr. D. C. Wilson died at the residence of the former last Saturday in her 70th year. The remains were taken to Burlington for interment.

I.R. Sept. 13, 1877 – Scott Wilson see Al Robinson of this date.

I.R. Oct. 16, 1890 – Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Willson will

celebrate their golden wedding next week.

I.R. Oct. 23, 1890 – Cards are out for the golden wedding of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Willson. Occurs on the 28th.

I.R. Oct. 30, 1890 – COPY – 50th Wedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Willson.

WINTERS

I.R. Sept. 06, 1877 – Mr. Jas. Winters is here on a visit. His lot is now cast in Tolono, Ill., where he is practicing law.

I.R. Dec. 17, 1896 – Mr. Jas. Winters of Perry, has returned from the West and will remain till Spring.

I.R. Feb. 13, 1890 – This Capt. Thomas Winters’ 75th birthday.

WISEMAN

I.R. Nov. 6, 1890 – Obituary of Mrs. Minnie E. (Wiseman) Hamilton.

WITMAN

I.R. June 14, 1883 – Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Witman, of WV, is visiting at H. F. Newcomb’s.

WOODROW

I.R. Aug. 02, 1877 – Marriage License – Thos. O. Irwin and Maria B. Woodrow.

WOOD

I.R. Aug. 23, 1877 – Miss Emma C. Wood, daughter of Col. Wood, formerly of Ironton, died at Jamestown, N.Y. on August 20.

WOODS

I.R. Jan. 29, 1891 – Mrs. Sarah Woods, w/o John, was accidentally shot dead by her brother, Riley Thompson of Gallipolis . . . (copy)

I.R. Jun. 14, 1883 – WRAY & SKELTON make 4000 fire brick per day, and are rushed with orders.

WOOLUM

I.R. Oct. 19, 1899 – A team driven by George Woolum of Symmes township, ran away at Little Etna, Monday. . .

WYATT

Rev. Wyatt, the new M.E. minister of Dempsey Chapel is ill with malaria.

WYMER

I.R. May 16, 1878 – Finley Wymer died of consumption at his home on 7th street . . . to Portsmouth.

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I.R. Aug. 08, 1878 – Rev. L. F. Zinklan married Miss Ella R. Bishop. (see Bishop of this date)

See Lon Drury, I.R. Oct. 16, 1890

See Trumbo obituary, I.R. Oct. 23, 1890

Charles was the s/o John Campbell the founder of Ironton.

See Lon Drury, Oct. 16, 1890

See obituary of Mrs. A. W. LaCroix, I.R. Oct. 16, 1890

See Lewis, I.R. Dec. 17, 1890

See Lewis, I.R. Dec. 27, 1894

Ed. Huntington was a brother to Colis P. Huntington of the Railroad fame. Gus Honshell was a brother to Mrs. Lindsey Kelly.

See Kemp, I.R. Oct. 30, 1890

Ed. Huntington was a brother to Colis P. Huntington of the Railroad fame. Gus Honshell was a brother to Mrs. Lindsey Kelly.

See David Nixon

See Brubaker – I.R. Oct. 2, 1890

See Wilson – I.R. Sep. 18, 1890

See Lon Drury, I.R. Oct. 16, 1890.

See Mrs. Samuel Crawford I.R. Oct. 9, 1890.

See Norton, I.R. Oct. 16, 1890.

See Lon Drury, I.R. Oct. 16, 1890.

See Nigh, I.R. Oct. 23, 1890

See Burr, Jan. 15, 1891.