Abstracts of Obits, Death Notices, etc.
Lawrence county, Ohio Persons
I.R. = IRONTON REGISTER
SWI = SEMI WEEKLY IRONTONIAN
IDR = IRONTON DAILY REGISTER
IT =IRONTON TRIBUNE
MI = MORNING IRONTONIAN
IET = IRONTON EVENING TRIBUNE
IJRN = IRONTON JOURNAL
I.R. Sept. 29, 1887
Also note: Some of these obituaries are quite long in their actual form and have been condensed for this publication. Thank you, Sharon Kouns.
completed July 29, 1852 -July 20, 1854 deaths & marriages
completed July 19, 1860 - Oct. 18, 1860 deaths & marriages on computer
completed July 24, 1856 - July 15, 1858 deaths & marriages on computer
completed Jan. 14, 1858 - Mar. 25, 1858 deaths & marriage
completed deaths from Ironton Journal Sept. 1, 1869 through December 28, 1870
Miss Alice Abbott of Front and Pine Streets, died Monday from the effects of heart trouble. Miss Abbott was about 31 years of age. Interment at Woodland.
ABBOTT, W. R.----- I.T. NOV. 27, 1955
Winfield R. Abbot, 76, of South Point, died Saturday in the General Hospital. He was born Jan. 8, 1880 at Olive Hill, Ky., son of the late Loren and Ella Madden Abbott. On July 6, 1906 he was united in marriage to Ethel Chatfield. . . he operated a truck farm at South Point. Surviving are the wife, Ethel Abbott; a daughter, Mrs. Sherman Kizzee of Ironton; two brothers, Bruce Abbott, Soldier, Ky. And Howard Abbott, Coal Grove, and four grandchildren. A son, Russell P. Abbott preceded him in death in 1950 and two other children died in infancy. Interment in Woodland Cemetery.
ABEL, JESS----- SWR DEC. 05, 1921
(the newspaper of this date is in poor condition), died of Bright's Disease. He was 61 years of age on the 2nd of October, having been born in West Ironton in the year 1860. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Abel and is the last of a family of eleven children. Besides his wife, the following children are left: Allison of Columbus; Mrs. Sadie Davis of South Point; Mary, Dorothy, Theodore, Eloise, Charlotte and Geneva, all at home.
ABEL, JESS, SENIOR----- I.R. FEB. 03, 1898
Old veteran gone - Jess Abel, Sr., died last Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles Golden, near Old Maidsville. His age was 64 years 1 day. He lived in Ironton over 30 years - came from Wheeling and held a position as nailor at Belfont Mill. During the Civil War he was a volunteer in the 2nd WV Cavalry.
ABELE, JOHN J. ----- I.R. NOV. 30, 1905
John J. Abele, 29, of Wellston and Miss Emma M. Geswine, 23, of this city were granted a license to wed last Tuesday. They were married Wednesday morning at St. Joseph church.
ABLE, INFANT----- I.R. JAN. 19, 1888
Died - infant child of Andy Able, Jan. 12.
ABLE, JOSEPH----- I.R. JUL. 12, 1877
Joseph Able and Emma Herbert were united in marriage at the St. Jospeh's church, On Tuesday morning.
ABRAMS, MRS. RACHEL----- I.R. APR. 17, 1878
I.R. SEPT. 02, 1852 - INSOLVENT ESTATE - To the Creditors of the Estate of Thomas Acheson, dec'd - ....
ACKERSON, THOMAS----- SWI JAN. 22, 1909
Died Jan. 16, 1909, Sheridan, Ohio of pneumonia, age 75 years. Served 5th WVI. A veteran of the Civil War. A wife and six children survived him: James, Edward, Charles, Mrs. Daniel Adams, Mrs. William Walters, and Mrs. Isaac Crabtree, all of Sheridan.
ADAMS, MRS. ________ ----- I.R. MAR. 09,1871
Died Feb. or March, 1871 below Haskelville. Buried "last week" interment: Rome Cemetery.
ADAMS, E. E. DR.----- I.R. OCT. 28,1875
Died Oct. 20, 1875 of heart disease, age 68 years.
ADAMS, GEORGE P.----- I.R. JUNE 23, 1892
Marriage license issued to George P. Adams and Minnie B. McAtee.
ADAMS, HAMILTON----- IET APR. 27, 1927
Last rites for Hamilton Adams of 803 Mulberry Street, who died Monday, were held at the home this afternoon. Interment was made in Williams cemetery at Catlettsburg.
ADAMS, JOHN----- I.R. JUL. 21, 1887
Died on July 19, John Adams, aged 9 months.
ADAMS, JOHN C.----- I.R. JUN. 09, 1853
Married on yesterday, at Union Landing, O., by Rev. A. Bardwell, John C. Adams, Esq., of Maysville, Ky., and Miss Mary A., daughter of Thomas W. Means, of the former place.
ADAMS, MRS. MARY A. (MEANS)----- I.R. Jan. 23, 1896
Daughter of the late Thomas W. Means, died in New York city on January 14, 1896 from poor health. She was born December 25, 1833 at Union Landing, Lawrence Co., Ohio. Funeral took place from residence of her son, Mr. Thomas Adams, Ashland, Ky. Interment: Woodland Cemetery.
ADAMS, THOMAS----- I.R. NOV. 10, 1887
Marriage license issued to Thomas Adams and Mary Ransbottom.
ADAMS, THOMAS----- SWI FEB. 16,1909
Died Feb. 15, 1909 Lawrence county, Ohio an aged resident of Steam Furnace. Interment: Donaldtons?
ADAMS, THOMAS M.
I.R. SEPT. 22, 1892 - Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Thomas M. Adams, of Ashland, and Miss Louise Sheldon, of West Newton, Mass., at the residence of the bride, on Wed. Eve., September 26. They will be "at home" at corner Bath ave. and 16th, Ashland, after November 1.
ADAMS, MRS. THOMAS M.----- I.R. Apr. 08, 1897
Died Last Monday at her home in Ashland from the results of childbirth. This is the second child of the loving pair. Mrs. Adam's mother will probably take the two motherless children to her own home in Rhode Island. Interment: Woodland Cemetery.
ADAMS, THOMAS MEANS----- I.T. NOV. 14, 1926
Thomas Means Adams, 73, Prominent Ashland, Ky. Capitalist, Killed Saturday - Struck by ambulance while enroute to home. Born: Greenup Co., Ky. His wife preceded him in death in 1897. Two daughters: Mrs. Norwood Calvert of San Diego, Cal. and Mrs. Harold Dugan of Ashland, Ky. Funeral arrangements incomplete.
ADDIS, ----- I.R. MAR. 01, 1883
Died Feb. 26th, 3 year old child of Isaac Addis of Texas Hollow.
ADDIS, JOSEPH ----- I.R. SEP. 22, 1887
Died - Sept. 14th, Joseph Addis, of Buckhorn furnace.
ADKINS, GEORGE----- I.R. MAY 02, 1901
George Adkins died at the penitentiary hospital Monday morning from consumption. He was sent up from Lawrence county to serve 15 years for robbery. He and three other men robbed a farmer, for who Adkins was working, of $1633.50. Adkins was received in 1896 and his short term would have expired in 1904. The remains will be sent to Ironton - Ohio State Journal. Adkins was implicated with Elmer Boster and others in the robbery of George W. Sanford of this county, a case which was given widespread notoriety at the time.
ADKINS, GEORGE G.----- I.R. NOV. 13,1873
Died Nov. 13, 1873 South Point, Ohio. Accidentally shot himself.
ADKINS, JAMES ----- I.R. DEC. 06,1860
Died Nov. 24, 1860 Lawrence County Infirmary aged 45years.
AKERS, EMMITT----- I.R. JAN. 21, 1904
Marriage license issued to Emmitt Akers, 18, and Mattie Staley, 18, Wayne county, W. Va.
AKERS, WILLIAM----- I.R. AUG. 03, 1865
Marriage license issued during month of July - William Akers and Celia Akers.
AKERS, WILLIAM----- I.R. MAR. 30,1905
Died Mar. 26, 1905 Hanging Rock, Ohio of asthma, age 76 years. He was a veteran of the Civil War.
ALBAN, INFANT ----- I.R. OCT. 17, 1895
Dr. Alban's oldest child, a son of 2 years of age, died Monday.
ALBRIGHT, MISS EMMA ----- I.R. FEB. 21,1907
Died Feb. 1907 at 705 S. 4th St., Ironton, Ohio of typhoid pneumonia age 18 years. She died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Wiseman. She was formerly of Waterloo. Interment: Mt. Zion.
ALDRICH, MRS. MEHITABLE----- I.R. JUN. 15, 1854
Died Feb. 5th, 1854, at the residence of her son in Polk county, Iowa, Mrs. Mehitable, consort of Thomas Aldrich, in the 80th year of her age. Born in Massachusetts, emigrated to Vermont at an early age, thence to western New York, and in 1812 to Scioto county, Ohio. In 1848 she moved with her son to Iowa . . . She leaves behind a large circle of children.
ALDRIDGE, GEORGE W.----- I.R. JUL. 23, 1857
Married on the 18th inst., by Thos. A. Brattin, Esq., Mr. George W. Aldridge and Miss Sarah T. Fillinger, both of Lawrence county.
ALEXANDER, MRS. A. J.----- IJRN DEC. 28, 1870
Died December 22nd, at her residence at Burlington, of paralysis, Mrs. A. J. Alexander, age 50 years.
ALEXANDER, GILLIAN ----- IET OCT. 24, 1924
Mr. Gillian Alexander, former Ironton resident, died at his home in Newark, Ohio, Thursday, local relatives were notified yesterday. Misses Cecelia McCarthy and Mary Smith left at once for Newark. Mr. Alexander married Miss Mary McCarthy, of North Sixth street, they leaving Ironton about twenty years ago. Formerly employed at the Foster Foundry. His wife and the following children survive: Emily, James, and Mrs. Erve Wratten, of Wilmington, Delaware.
ALEXANDER, HUGH----- I.R. NOV. 04,1875
Died Oct. 25, 1875 Greenup, Ky. age 67 years.
ALEXANDER, JAMES, SR.----- IWR MAR. 11, 1893
Foreman of the Foster Stove Foundry died at his home on south Second street Wednesday. He was in his sixtieth year. Mr. Alexander was born near Mt. Vernon Furnace in this county (Lawrence), and had resided in this county all his life. He was a moulder by trade. In 1885 he became associated with Mr. J. D. Foster and others in the organization of the Foster Stove Co.. . . His wife and three sons, Gillen, Charles and James, all of this city survive him. I.R. March 16, 1893 - James Alexander, Sr. - This worthy citizen died last Wednesday...His age was 61 years. He was born in Franklin county, Pennsylvania, and came to Lawrence county in 1843, settling at Mt. Vernon Furnace, where his father was engaged as a molder. In 1842, they moved to Ironton, where father and son worked in the new foundry. Mr. Alexander has resided in Ironton ever since. In 1857, he married Miss Emily Gillen, daughter of the late, Martin Gillen, who survives him. Mr. A. has been a member of Spencer Chapel for 40 years; he was a Water Works trustee; and foreman of the Foster Stove Co. ... Interment in Woodland.
ALEXANDER, JOHN----- I.R. OCT. 15,1868
Died Oct. 10, 1868 Burlington, Ohio of a long and protracted illness. Lieutenant - 181st OVI aged 22 years.
ALEXANDER, JAMES Y. ----- I.R. MAY 07, 1857
Married on the 30th ult., by Rev. B. N. Spahr, Mr. James Y. Alexander and Miss Emily Jane, only daughter of Martin Gillen, Esq., all of Ironton.
ALEXANDER, JOHN YOUNG----- I.R. AUG. 09, 1860
Died in this town (Ironton), on the 7th inst., John Young Alexander, infant son of James and Emily Alexander, aged 9 months 21 days.
ALEXANDER, MRS. M. A. (BELCHER)----- I.R. DEC. 12, 1878
The last of William Belcher's twin daughter's died at her father's on 2nd street last Friday . . . Mrs. Alexander had been removed from her home in Kentucky . . . This is the 9th of the family which Mr. Belcher has buried at Hecla furnace.
ALFORD, ----- I.R. MAY 08, 1890
Died Monday, April 21, at his residence in Newhawks, Neb., of heart disease. Born in Lawrence county, O., ____ 19, 1867 where he resided until May, 1887 when he removed with his parents Stephen and Rebecca J. Alford (need end of obit.)
ALFORD, WM. H.----- I.R. JUN. 02, 1904
In Memoriam (need to copy) Born in Lawrence Co., Ohio, near the city of Ironton on September 06, 1862. Married September 20, 1892 to Miss Anna L. Golden. (Do not have end of obit)
ALGO, INFANT ----- I.R. FEB. 17, 1887
Deaths - Feb. 12, child of B. J. Algo, aged 15 months.
ALLEN, CALEB ----- I.R. SEPT. 14, 1865
Mr. Caleb Allen - suicide by hanging . . . had been beaten by the City Marshal of Ironton and his associates . . .
ALLEN, JAMES Colonel ----- I.R. MAR. 19,1868
Died Mar. 15, 1868 Ironton, Ohio of consumption. He was a colonel in 2nd WV Cavalry. He was born in Fayette Co., Va., Feb. 16, 1831 but moved to Jackson county, Ohio when very young. He married in Gallia county in 1853. When the war broke out he volunteered and was made captain. . . After the war, he returned to old situation in the Clarke, Ricker & Co. machine works.
ALLEN, MRS. MAGGIE BARBER ----- IET FEB. 20, 1933
Died age 22, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Barber, 1007 south 3rd street, this morning. She is survived by husband John Allen and one daughter, Bessie, age 2; four sisters, Virgie, Marie, Susie and Frances, two brothers Cecil and Estell, all at home, John Moore, grandfather of Ironton and Sarah Barber, grandmother of Indian Run , Ky.
ALLEN, ROBERT----- I.R. AUG. 28,1879
Died Aug. 04, 1879 Washington Co., IA age 87 years. He was a soldier in the War of 1812; died at the residence of his son, William.
ALLIN, W. H. ----- I.R. MAR. 22, 1866
Married at the residence of A. W. Hurt, on the 14th inst., by Rev. J. W. Dillon, W. H. Allin to Miss Maggie Hurt, all of Lawrence county.
ALLISON, J. F. J.----- I.R. JUL. 19, 1860
Married on July 19th at the residence of J. A. Shepherd, South Point, by Rev. W. W. Davidson, Mr. J. F. J. Allison, of Pittsburgh, Pa., to Miss Harriette Jackson of Cincinnati.
ALLISON, J. W. ----- I.R. APR. 05,1883
Died March 31, 1883 of softening of the brain. He was born in Berwick, Pa., July 06, 1806 and came to Ironton in 1853, when he took charge of the IRONTON HOUSE. A few years afterward he moved his family to New Albany, IN where he was similarly engaged for a couple of years. Returned to Ironton where he remained until his death.
ALLISON, JAMES----- I.R. APR. 05, 1883
A colored roustabout was drowned off the Louise wharfboat Tuesday. His name is given as James Allison. He was about 18 years old.
ALLISON, MRS. MARIA A.----- I.R. NOV. 10, 1853
Died - in Ironton, on the 7th inst., of consumption, Mrs. Maria A., wife of Thomas J. Allison, and daughter of Isaac Davisson, aged 23 years.
ALLTOP, JOSIAH----- I.R. JUN. 10, 1875
Marriage license issued to Josiah Alltop and Mary Gates.
ALTOP, MRS. JOHN----- I.R. JAN. 25,1906
Died Jan. 23, 1906 Arabia, Ohio of typhoid fever. Her son Delbert was also sick with same in Illinois. She was survived by husband and a large family of children.
AMEN, MAMIE ------ I.R. NOV. 21, 1889
Died Nov. 16, 1889, age 4 years.
AMLIN, ALMIRA ----- I.R. AUG. 20, 1857
Died on the 16th inst., in Ironton, Almira Amlin, infant daughter of Henry Amlin, aged 5m12d.
AMLIN, MRS. ALMIRA E. ------ I.R. JUN. 18, 1857
Died in Ironton on June 12th, Mrs. Almira E. Amlin, eldest daughter of Stephen Newton, of Harmar, Ohio, and wife of Henry M. Amlin, of this town, aged 20y7m11d. She had one child at the time of her death.
AMLIN, MRS. JANE NIXON----- I.R. JUL 01,1869
Died June, 1869 age 37 years the wife of Henry M. Amlin.
AMOS, BERNIE ----- I.R. MAY 20, 1875
Died May 1875 age 2 1/2 years the child of H. L. and Julia Amos.
AMOS, MRS. HARRIET E. (SUTTON)----- SWI. FEB. 15, 1910
Widow of the late W. C. Amos. Died in Williamsburg, Ky., where she had been living for the past eight years in company with her sister, Mrs. (sic) Nancy Sutton. Cause: Pneumonia. Born: at Hanging Rock, 72 years ago, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sutton. She married in the early 50's to W. C. Amos who died some nine years prior. Two children survive: Mrs. William Delaney, of Cincinnati and Lester, residence unknown at time of printing. Four sisters also living: Mrs. Sam Clark and Mrs. Richard Blackwell of Ironton; Mrs. John Kavanaugh, of Columbus and Miss Nancy Sutton of Williamsburg, Ky.
Last surviving brother, Richard, died in Columbus, three weeks ago and his remains were brought here for interment. Interment: Woodland Cemetery.
AMOS, INFANT ----- I.R. MAY 03, 1888
Deaths - infant child of S. D. Amos, of Etna Fce.
AMOS, WILLIAM C.----- I.R. DEC. 10, 1857
Married - on the 26th of November, at Etna Furnace, by Rev. John Q. Gibson, Mr. William C. Amos and Miss Harriet E. Sutton.
AMOS, WILLIAM COVINGTON----- I.T. MAR 20, 1902
Died March 16, 1902 at 8th and Park, Ironton, Ohio of a stroke of paralysis. He was the son of Asa and Nancy Amos. The spouse of Harriet E. Sutton whom he married on Nov. 26, 1857 at Etna Furnace. He was born in Mason Twp., Lawrence county, Ohio on Feb. 18, 1829. His parents moved here from Virginia several years before his birth. PIONEER IRON MAN of the region, also a teacher. Only two of their eight children survived him, Mrs. William E. Delaney of Williamsburg, Ky., and Mrs. Horace L. Amos of Ironton.
ANDERSON, B. C.----- I.R. JAN. 09, 1879
An old citizen of Elizabeth Twp. and well known throughout the county died at his residence near Powellsville on the 26th. Afflicted with rheumatism, he died after a short illness, age about 40 years.
ANDERSON, DAVID P. ----- I.R. JUL. 02, 1857
Married on the 23rd ult., at the parsonage in Hanging Rock, by Rev. J. Q. Gibson, Mr. David P. Anderson, and Miss Maria Jane Jones.
ANDERSON, DAVID P. ----- I.R. JUN. 07, 1888
David P. Anderson, the well known tombstone man, died at his residence above town, last Sunday and was buried at Woodland. Mr. Anderson has been in the tombstone business in Ironton for 30 years. He was 53 years. Old.
ANDERSON, MRS. JULIET (SAVAGE) ----- I.R. AUG. 01, 1889
Wife of J. L. Anderson, died at home in Ironton last Monday. Born: Maysville, Ky. and was about 40 years old. She had been married 17 years and leaves a husband and son. Interment: Woodland Cemetery (not named in obit.)
I.R. SEPT. 22, 1892 - Lewis Anderson will go to Florida in a few days, and attend the Ruggles college at Winter Park.
ANDERSON, LOUIS H. ----- I.R. OCT. 21, 1909
Died at French Lick Springs, Ind. He was the son of attorney, J. L. Anderson. He was about 35? years of age. He had severe throat trouble. Body will probably be cremated. Funeral services not complete. Mrs. J. L. Anderson was to join her husband at French Lick.
ANDERSON, MRS. LOUISA----- I.R. FEB. 20, 1851
need to verify date - she was the wife of Lewis Anderson. She died age 39y 6m.
ANDERSON, MARGARET ANN ----- I.R. AUG. 02, 1860
Died age 8m 14d the daughter of David P. and Maria J. Anderson.
ANDERSON, ROBERT ----- I.R. MAY 23, 1867
Married on the 17th inst., at the Buckeye House, in Ironton, by N. K. Hanley, Esq., Mr. Robert Anderson to Miss Louisa Brumfield of Kentucky.
ANDERSON, THOMAS ----- I.R. JAN. 07, 1892
Thomas Anderson, of South Point, was buried by the G. A. R. last Saturday.
ANDREWS, MRS. DELILAH----- SWR FEB. 09, 1912
Beloved wife of Capt. Lee Andrews, died Wednesday, leaving surviving her a husband and six children, Mrs. Quinte Brown, Mrs. M. D. Edwards, Senator La Forest Andrews, Mrs. Etta Kinney and Glen to mourn her loss; three children died in early childhood and one Charles Alden Andrews being drowned at the age of twenty-eight years in Dutch Harbor, in the Northern Pacific ocean. The deceased was aged 71 years and was the daughter of Joseph and Jane Davidson and was born and reared at South Point, where the parents were among the first settlers. She came to Ironton about 18 years ago and always resided at the same house, at 206 Park Avenue. At the age of 18 she was married to Capt. Lee Andrews at South Point. Mrs. Andrews has been ill for over 3 weeks with appendicitis.
ANDREWS, FOREST -----
I.R. SEPT. 22, 1892 - Forest Andrews, of Moscow, is studying law with John Yates.
ANGEL, MR. ----- I.R. NOV. 25, 1886
Died Nov. 17, 1886 at Infirmary age 35 years.
ANKRIM, CAPT. ----- I.R. FEB. 23, 1888
Capt. Ankrim died at Fayetteville, a few days ago. He was Captain of the old Second Va. Cavalry, and has been merchandising since the war. (Civil War)
ANKRIM, GEORGIA DRURY----- I.R. FEB. 08, 1906
Georgia Drury Ankrim, wife of Jno. H. Ankrim, died at her home near Burlington, O., Thursday. The deceased was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Drury. Besides the husband and three little ones, Margaret, Marshall and Grace, she is survived by her mother and the following brothers and sisters; Frank Drury and Mrs. Oliver Chafin of Newport, Ky., Mrs. Henry Kouns, Miss Addie and Hugh Drury of Sybene and Mrs. L. G. Shute of Burlington.
ANKRIM, JAMES----- I.R. MAR. 30, 1865
Married on Mar. 16th, at the residence of the bride's father, by Rev. J. W. Dillon, James Ankerim, of Burlington, Ohio to Matilda J. Cox, of Sandy Springs, Adams County, Ohio.
ANKRIM, JAMES----- IJRN MAY 04, 1870
Died April 19th, in Burlington of injuries from the fall of a horse, Mr. James Ankrim, age 38 years.
ANSELL, MR. ----- IJRN NOV. 30, 1870
Died in West Va., near Millersport, Oh., Mr. Ansell was killed instantly by the fall of a tree which he had cut down.
ANSELL, MARTIN----- I.R. SEPT. 15, 1853
Married on the 11th inst., by S. McCown, Esq., Mr. Martin Ansell, of Cabell co., Va., to Miss Nancy Defoor, of Millersport, Ohio.
ARGO, MRS. MARY JANE----- I.R. DEC. 03, 1863
Died Nov. 26, 1863 Upper Twp. age 34 years the wife of Solomon D. Argo.
ARNOLD, J. ROBERT ----- IST MAR. 26, 1933
Lucy E. Campbell and J. Robert Arnold wed Saturday Noon - Saturday, March 25th, ceremony performed by Mr. Winkle. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmidtt, brother-in-law and sister of the bride. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Campbell of Lynchburg, Ohio. While a resident of this city she has been stenographer at the Foster Stove Co. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arnold of Moores Hill, Ind.
ARTHRIDGE, ------ I.R. AUG. 21, 1884
Died Aug. 15 at Etna Furnace, child of Enoch Arthridge.
ARTHUR, GEORGE----- I.R. NOV. 30, 1905
George Arthur of Sheridan died Sunday morning after an illness of four years duration. He leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss. He is also survived by three brothers. Burial was at the Hatcher grave yard.
ARTHUR, INFANT----- I.R. MAR. 01, 1883
Infant child of George Arthur at Hanging Rock on Feb. 24th.
ARTHUR, MRS. THOMAS----- I.R. MAR. 06, 1879
Died at Coryville, March 3rd, Mrs. Arthur, wife of Thomas Arthur.
ARTHUR, WILLIAM ----- I.R. MAR. 02, 1865
Married by Rev. L. Hall, at the Probate office, Feb. 27th, Mr. William Arthur and Miss Emerine Dixon, both of Boyd county, Kentucky.
ARTHUR, WILLIAM----- I.R. SEPT. 14, 1865
Married on the 3rd of Sept., 1865 at the residence of Mr. Cavalrey Fullerton, in Fayette Township, by Caleb Arthur, J. P., Mr. William Arthur to Miss Margaret Fullerton, both of Fayette Tp., Lawrence county, Ohio.
ARUNDEL, JOHN----- I.R. JUL. 21, 1853
Married in this town (Ironton), on the 9th inst., by Rev. J. Chester, Mr. John Arundel, of Cincinnati, and Miss Elizabeth D. Jones, of Jackson county.
ASHCRAFT, JOSHUA----- I.R. MAY 24, 1866
Married on the 17th inst., at the residence of the bride, by Rev. L. Hall, Mr. Joshua Ashcraft and Miss Ella White, both of this city.
ASHENHUST, DAUGHTER----- I.R. MAR. 06, 1879
Birth - In Ironton, Mar. 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashenhust, a daughter.
ASHLEY, JOHN C.----- I.R. OCT. 08, 1857
Married on the 1st inst., between Lawrence and Etna Furnaces, by J. Q. Gibson, Mr. John Ashley and Miss Ruth A. Hughs; all of Lawrence county.
ASHLEY, MRS. MARY ANN ----- I.R. JAN. 09, 1862
ATKESON, MRS. MARIA L. (HARVEY) ----- I.R. AP. 02, 1888
Maria L. Harvey was born at Lewistown, Penn., March 27, 1833, died in Ironton, O., April 18, 1888, aged 55 years and 22 days. When a child she moved with her parents to Cincinnati, where she married Mr. Thomas Hibler. After her marriage she came to Ironton to live. Here her husband died; and here, in June, 1857, she was married to Charles T. Atkeson, who survives her. The fruit of the first union was two sons and of the second marriage two sons and three (do not have end of obit.)
ATKINSON, CHARLES----- IJRN OCT. 27, 1869
Birth to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Atkinson, a daughter.
ATWATER, MRS. BELINDA----- I.R. JAN. 22, 1857
Died on the 5th inst., in Circleville, Mrs. Belinda Atwater, wife of Caleb Atwater, Esq., aged about 69 years.
AUCKERMAN, JACOB ----- I.R. MAY 08, 1890
Died May 03, age 78.
AUSTIN, C. K. ----- I.R. APR. 29, 1869
Died April 22, 1869 at Hecla Furnace of consumption.
AUSTIN, FREDERICK ----- I.R. SEP. 13, 1860
Marriage license issued to Frederick Austin and Cynthia Long.
AUSTIN, LYCURGUS C. ----- I.R. JAN. 19, 1854
Married on the 12th inst., by Rev. A. Bardwell, Mr. Lycurgus C. Austin to Miss Nancy, daughter of Charles Worthington, all of Upper Tp.
AUSTIN, LYCURGUS Jr. ----- I.R. JAN. 16, 1872
Died Feb. 10, 1872 Lawrence Co., Ohio of pneumonia, congestion and hemorrhaging age 16 years.
AUSTIN, MRS. LYDIA ----- I.R. JAN. 11, 1855
Died Jan. 03, 1855 near Union Landing age 53 years.
AUSTIN, MISS SARAH A.----- I.R. NOV. 05, 1874
Died Oct. 27, 1874 of typhoid fever, the eldest daughter of Charles and Susan Austin.