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Ohio Iron & Coal Co.

Articles of Incorporation for the Ohio Iron & Coal Company, found in Deed Book 11 Page 566 at the Lawrence County Recorder’s Office

Members of the Ohio Iron & Coal Company

1.     John Campbell (president)

2.     Dr. Caleb Briggs (Secretary)

3.     Andrew Dempsey

4.     Henry S. Willard

5.     George Steece

6.     Henry Blake

7.     Joseph W. Dempsey

8.     Washington Irwin

9.     James W Means

10.  James A Richey

11.  James O Willard

12.  John E Clark

13.  Robert B Hamilton

14.  Smith Ashcraft

15.  H.C. Rodgers

16.  William Ellison

17.  D.T. Woodrow

18.  John Ellison

19.  James Rodgers

20.  Hiram Campbell

21.  William D. Kelly

22.  William H. Kelly

23.  John Culbertson

24.  John Peters

While John Campbell is typically credited as being the founder of Ironton, it was actually William D. Kelly who purchased all of the land needed and created the map that laid out the town. He was also the grandson of Luke Kelly, one of the pioneer settlers in Lawrence County.

Deaths of Furnace Men 1849-1860


Robert B. Hamilton, owner of Center Furnace, and a relative of Robert Hamilton of Pine Grove, died in October 1858 and, in noticing his death, the Ironton Register called attention to the unusual mortality among the furnace men of the vicinity within the preceding decade. In January 1849, occurred the death of Samuel Seaton of Green upsburg builder and proprietor of the New Hampshire Furnace, and in the later part of the year John T Woodrow passed away who had been owner of the Raccoon Furnace and was then manager of the Ohio Furnace. In 1850 the mortality included Andrew Dempsey of the Etna Furnace, Henry S Willard of Buckhorn, George Steece of Mount Vernon, and John Patton of Pennsylvania in 1851. Henry Blake of Hecla, 1852; John W Dempsey of Vesuvius, 1854; James W Means, brother of Thomas W. of the Lawrence, Ironton, 1855; James Richey of Ironton, former proprietor of Centre and various furnaces in Jackson County, and James O Willard of Buckhorn Furnace; 1856 Robert Hamilton of Pine Grove Furnace and Archibald Paull of Wheeling, one of the builders of the Bellefonte Furnace and for many years proprietor of the Amanda; 1857, LD Hollister of the Raccoon Furnace, who died at Covington Kentucky, and, in 1858, besides Robert B. Hamilton, John E. Clark of the Lawrence Furnace, and John Culver of Catlettsburg, a builder of the Amanda Furnace.

Dissolution of the Ohio Iron & Coal Company

Within the same period of time of the twenty four members who organized the Ohio Iron and Coal Company, which had founded Ironton in 1849, the following eleven had died: Andrew Dempsey, Henry S Willard, George Steece, Henry Blake, Joseph W. Dempsey, Washington Irwin, James W Means, James A Richey, James O Willard, John E Clark, and Robert B. Hamilton. Two had disposed of their stock by October 1858: Smith Ashcraft and HC Rodgers, which left in the company as original members, John Campbell, William Ellison, DT Woodrow, John Ellison, James Rodgers, Hiram Campbell, William D Kelly, John Culbertson, John Peters, Dr C Briggs, and William H Kelly. In 1859, the year after that record was made, the property of the company was sold with the exception of the river wharf which came into possession of the Town of Ironton. [Note: not totally accurate. There was leftover Ohio Iron and Coal property until Oakley Collins resurrected the Company and made himself President to acquire all the property for a $35 filing fee.

Henry Adam Marting

Legendary businessman and ironmaster Colonel Henry Adam Marting is highlighted here. The links below are just a few of his enterprises. Below the links are newspaper articles that reference Col. Martng.

• IR Jan. 7, 1892 – The Ironton Ice Factory has been reorganized, J. F. Austin being elected President and Dr. Gray, Secretary and Treasurer. The Directors are J. F. Austin, Dr. Gray, E. Lein, H. A. Marting and S. B. Steece.

• IR Aug. 3, 1882 – East End Items. – H. A. Marting’s residence on Adams street, will soon be under roof.

• I.R. Jan. 28, 1892 – At the organization of the Foster Stove Works last week, Lewis E. Marting, who was formerly in the grocery business in East Ironton, was elected Secretary and Treasurer, in place of H. A. Marting. The other officers were re-elected. Mr. Marting has been at Gephart St., on the M. & C. for the last year or two. He will move to Ironton at once and go into the office of the company.

• THE CORRUGATED IRON AND STEEL ROOFING CO. – I.R. JANUARY 30, 1896
The Corrugated Iron and Steel Roofing Co. has been incorporated and organized with the following officers:
H. A. Marting, President and General Manager
W . M. Kerr, Vice President
Charles Horn Secretary and Treasurer
August Fillgrove Assistant Manager
This is an extension of a business which has been operated to some extent in connection with Fillgrove’s pan factory. The Company has bought property running from Front to Second street on part of which Joe Wieteki’s stable stands. They are receiving bids on a building 42 x 80 feet, to front on 2nd. This will take away part of the stable. It is the purpose to put in at first, a roofing machine and a paint machine. The former is a heavy press. They will make all kinds of iron and steel roofing.

MARTING IRON & STEEL – I.R. FEB. 23, 1899
The directors of the Marting Iron & Steel Co. are:
H. A. Marting
A. H. Mittendorf
W. A. Murdock
R. N. Gilbert
T. J. Gilbert
J. H. King
The first three are Ironton men and the last three from Columbus. The organization discloses the interest of members of a splendid iron company in Columbus, which stands high in the commercial world. This is the King, Gilbert & Warner Co., who have two furnaces and a steel plant in that city, and whose output amounts to 500 tons of steel a day. This community is proud to attract such capital to our town. Col. Marting is President and General Manager of the new company; T. J. Gilbert is Secretary and Treasurer and E. J. Bird, Superintendent. Mr. Gilbert is a nephew of the Gilbert in the Columbus firm, and will move his family to Ironton.

• IR July 20, 1899 – In the Wreck. – Among those in the N. & W. smashup from Ironton were: Col. H. A. Marting, F. F. J. Goldcamp, E. B. Willard, Rev. E. V. Pierce, Chas. Edwards, wife and children, Oscar Chatfield, Pearl Sanders, Mrs. Rowan, Mary Myers, Myrtle Cullen, Mary Gentron. None hurt to amount to much.

• IR Oct. 19, 1899 – Three empty cars were wrecked in the Marting Iron & Steel Co’s yards Saturday, by reason of one car jumping the track and dragging the others over the side of the incline.

• IRONTON ENGINE CO.
I.R. Feb. 8, 1906 – The stockholders of the Ironton Engine Co. held their annual meeting Tuesday afternoon and elected the following directors. Col. H. A. Marting, J. B. Alfree, E. B. Hetzel, W. A. Murdock, A. R. Johnson, A. H. Mittendorf, T. L. Collett, F. C. Tomlinson, and D. C. Davies.
The board of directors perfected the organization by naming Col. Marting for president; F. C. Tomlinson, vice-president; E. B. Hetzel, treasurer and general manager and L. A. McLaughlin, secretary.
The directors authorized the purchase of a lot of new machinery, which will greatly increase the capacity of the plant, and will furnish employment to about 25 extra men. At present the plant furnished employment to about 70 men.
The business of this institution for the past four months has been unprecedented and the outlook for the future is very flattering, with orders ahead for a four months run.

• IT Dec. 10, 1969 – Landmark Ironton Residence Will Be Sold at Auction on Friday Morning. -By Mim Grimes. – One of the city’s most impressive homes, the Colonel H. A. Marting residence at 419 South Fifth Street, will be sold at sheriff’s sale Friday morning. Hundreds of visitors to the large red brick house at 419 South Fifth Street can not believe their eyes as they walk through the spacious foyers and rooms. They find the interior of the home has remained in pretty good condition, presenting a much more inviting atmosphere than the exterior where deterioration has played its usual tricks through recent years. – It is ironic that the man who dreamed about the home and who built it about 1917-18 for his daughter, never lived to occupy it. Colonel H. A. Marting died Sept. 30, 1919 and his daughter Nell Marting Lowry, and her husband Dr. Clarke Lowry, moved into the residence with her mother, Col. Marting’s widow, Margaret Duis Marting. The fact that the builder did not live to enjoy the handsome home left its mark upon the family. It was never the gay social center that it was intended to be due to the illness that struck Mrs. Marting and invalided her in her later years. After the deaths of Dr. Clarke Lowry and his wife Nell Lowry, the home was occupied and owned by a niece, Margaret Reif, who never married. Miss Reif sold the home in 1945 to Mrs. A. G. (Fay) Spriggs who resided there several years. It was then one of the Tri-State’s most beautiful residences and was maintained in good repair by Mrs. Spriggs. She later sold it to the late D. E. “Ducky” Corn. – The home has three floors and a finished basement. The second floor has three suites of rooms, two bedroom suites each with baths. The downstairs has a mahogany paneled library, a 20 x 40 foot ballroom, large solarium and dining room, with large kitchen and built-in refrigeration (not usable now). In one room on the first floor there is a large built-in steel vault of walk-in proportions. – A house at the corner of Fourth and Adams, known as the Judge Fred Roberts’ residence, was once situated on the lot on which the Marting home whch is to be sold is located. – The Martings lived in the former Roberts home when they planned the new, larger home. They moved the house one block away and later sold it to Judge Fred Roberts of the Lawrence County Common Pleas Court. When the old house stood on the big lot at Fifth and Adams it fronted on Adams street. The address (according to old records) was 171 Adams. When the new red brick home was built it was constructed to face South Fifth street on the large 132 x 132 lot. – The late Colonel Marting and his family were influential in Ironton’s business and social circles. He was president of the Citizen’s National Bank and president of the Marting Iron and Steel. The Marting-Lowry interests built the old Marlow Theater, once located on South Third above Park Avenue. It was razed several years ago. The name Marlow was taken from the two-family names. – When constructed, the home cost $65,000 to $75,000 and was a showplace of the Ohio River Valley. – The landscaped lawn and exterior of the residence at Fifth and Adams in its current state is an eyesore, however, the home stands proudly and the marks of its original beauty live on through a maze of trees, neglected shrubbery and deteriorated exterior items, such as broken window shutters and broken decorative items of stone and cement arranged at the entrances, the driveway and the broad front entrance. The well built home of the 1917-18 era has withstood the years well and contractors have examined and marvel at its fine woodwork and paneling and the condition of the walls. “Little damage has occurred within the home that can’t be corrected,” one contractor said.

• IT Feb. 26, 1949 – Spriggs Home of South Fifth Is Bought By Corn. – Mrs. Guy Spriggs announced this morning the sale of her home at 419 south Fifth street to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Corn, of Gray Gables, Hanging Rock. The sale price was not disclosed. – Mrs. Spriggs will give possession in the late summer. Her plans for another residence are incomplete at this time, she said. – Mr. Corn also declined to say what plans he has concerning the newly acquired residence. – The property is one of Ironton’s most beautiful homes and was built by the late Colonel Marting and was later the home of the late Margaret Reif prior to sale to Mrs. Spriggs five years ago.

• IWR Oct. 14, 1899 – Another Furnace May Possibly Be Built in Ironton by H. A. Marting and Associates. – Three furnaces bought in the Hocking Valley will be dismantled. – Columbus is after the location of the new plant. – Mr. H. A. Marting recently purchased three blast furnaces in the Hocking Valley near Logan. It is the intention to dismantle the three properties and from the material and equipment erect one and probably two furnaces at some other point. Columbus and Ironton are the two points under consideration for the location of the new furnaces….negotiations are pending for the purchase of the old Lawrence Mill site. That is a most excellent location; there are nearly seven acres of ground and switches from all the railroads…The location of the furnaces here would be another valuable addition to Ironton’s long list of busy industries.

•IR May 27, 1880 – Messrs. Stones and Brown, of the Iron & Steel Co., paid Ironton a visit last Saturday, and inspected their mill and furnace. They found everything in good shape and ready for business when the iron market puts in a brighter appearance. …

•IR Feb. 16, 1893 – Big Etna was built in 1873. It was started a few months before the panic of that year struck the country [Cooke Panic of 1873 – smk] In 1893, it will resume. What a history in those twenty years! Etna is a good furnace and the knowing ones say that even in the present low ebb of the pig iron market, it can be made to achieve comfortable dividends. We hope so.

• IR Sept. 23, 1897 – Iron & Steel Furnace Sold. – Last Saturday, Sheriff Ward sold the Iron & Steel furnace to Col. H. A. Marting for $2000. The appraisement was $3000. Sale was on a suit by the county for about $1400 taxes. The Iron & Steel furnace was built in 1871 and cost over $100,000. Shortly after it was completed there was a slump in the iron business and so the furnace was never a money making enterprise. But the price paid $2000, is a terrible descent from the original cost of $100,000. This is because, the condition of the furnace makes its worth little over the cost of scrap. The boilers are burnt out. The ovens out of date. The engines, too small. All the brass mountings have been carried off. The furnace lining is worn out. It would cost almost the price of a new furnace to get it in condition to run. The purchaser will dismantle the furnace and use the ground, about an acre , in connection with the Eagle Mill. But he will not be able to carry out this purpose, for two years, as the former owners have had that time to redeem the property, by paying a penalty of 25 per cent.

• IR Feb. 2, 1899 – Big Etna. – The Furnace Bought and Improvements to Begin. – Big Etna is now the property of Col. H. A. Marting. In a few days he will transfer it to the Marting Iron & Steel Co…. The Marting Iron & Steel Co. has been incorporated with $200,000 capital. The incorporators are H. A. Marting, J. D. Foster, A. H. Mittendorf, C. H. Ketter, A. R. Johnson and E. J. Bird, Jr. Other prominent business men are in the company, and they wil organize probably the first of next week…

• IR Apr. 25, 1901 – After Valuable Property. – Concerning a suit brought some time ago, and in which local attorneys are interested, the Cincinnati Enquirer says: “A suit to recover two furnaces at Ironton, Ohio, now owned by the Marting Iron & Steel Company, was begun before Judge A. C. Thomspon in the U.S. Circuit Court yesterday. The Aetna Coal & Iron Company of New York bought 26 acres of land at Ironton, Ohio, which included the two furnaces known as “Alice” and “Blanche.” They gave a mortgage to the two trustees and secured a $100,000 bond issue by a mortgage on the 26 acres. – Th Aetna Company now alleges that the trustees sold the furnaces to themselves and then transferred them to the Marting Iron & Coal Company January 1, 1899, taking stock in the company. – They allege that the profits of the first year were $210,000, and are suing to recover the furnaces and an accounting and damages. Charles W. Baker is the local attorney for the New York company.”

The plant of the Marting Iron and Steel Company, known as Big Etna Furnace, one time the largest furnace in the United States. It is among the most modern furnaces in the country today. Lawrence County has seven blast furnaces in active operation, with a daily capacity of 1,600 tons of Pig Iron, or over five hundred thousand tons per year.



The Big Etna Furnace, built in 1874, and at the time the largest furnace in the world. It has been rebuilt, and is now one of the best equipped large furnaces in the country. It is one of the furnaces owned by The Marting Iron and Steel Company of Ironton, Ohio.

Ducky Corn

The Legend of “Ducky” Corn
Profile 2013 – Thursday, February 28, 2013
By: Benita Heath

Ironton Businessman Became Iconic Figure

Once upon a time there was a little boy who liked to hang out with his older brothers and their buddies near their home on South Third Street, about the same spot where Cooke’s Farm Center is today.

Sometimes the older boys would jump on a passing train coming into Ironton on the line that ran parallel to the Ohio River to sneak a ride through town. At least as long as there wasn’t a conductor looking their way.

When there was, the little boy would signal his brothers not to hop on. That is, he would try to tell him.

“He was the youngest and couldn’t talk very plain,” his daughter, Mary Ison, recalled. “He would try to say ‘conductor.’ It would come out ‘ducky.'” And that is the earliest story in the legend that is Dustin “Ducky” Corn, larger than life businessman, entrepreneur, politician and whatever else that is part of the mystique of the man who died more than 40 years ago.

A man who is still talked about today.

There’s the story about the trained bear that loved to guzzle beer, an action captured in time in a photograph now on the wall of a South Third Street restaurant [Rax] where Corns’ lot was. That he sold nothing at the lot but his own used Cadillacs is a tale often heard but can’t be confirmed.

Ison doesn’t recall the bear but rememebers a goose with a similar taste for the quasi high life. And after a few sips the inebriated fowl would go pecking at anything and anybody in its way.

Ironton attorney Elliott Meyers represented Corn once, his son, Richard Meyers, also an attorney, remembers.

“We lived on 10th and Pine, and Dad was representing him on something or other and I remember Ducky getting out of his car with a bottle of whiskey and went into the conference,” Meyers said.

Then there’s the famous headline in one of the Ironton newspapers Ironton attorney Craig Allen recalls where Ducky argued that something wasn’t illegal.

“Illegal [ill eagle] is a sick bird, was it was was ill-lawful,” Allen said the newspaper reported.

Whether Corn really grasped the finer points of English grammar, he could speak about the legal system, having found himself on the wrong side of the law when he was charged with not paying $10,000 in cabaret taxes.

That was in the fall of 1957 in federal court in Columbus where Corn took the stand in his own defense, claiming he knew he had to pay the tax but didn’t have the money to do that at the time. Basically he claimed he was broke.

Testifying at the trial as well was Norman Walton, then vice president of Ironton’s First National Bank, who said he had turned down a loan to Corn because he didn’t have sufficient collateral.

That wasn’t the first time Corn had gotten in trouble over taxes. From 1950 to 1956 the IRS had filed tax liens against him totaling a half-million dollars. The case was settled but the terms were never revealed.

Evidence was presented at the federal trial that he had paid the cabaret taxes later, but Corn claimed he didn’t know he could file a return and not have to pay the taxes at the same time.

On Oct. 31, 1957, a federal jury found Corn guilty on 13 counts – five for not filing the tax returns and eight for not paying the tax. The penalty looming was a maximum of 45 years in prison and $130,000 in fines.

The nightclub owner spent a couple of days in jail but was released on the grounds that a stint in prison would endanger the life of the diabetic.

In a career that spanned almost 25 years, Corn started out running a filling station on Third Street, where he hawked watermelons during the summer. That initial experience in finding out what the public wants, plus some training at Davidson Business College, led Corn into the realm of owning and operating bistros and bars.

One of the most well-known started out as the Ritzy Ray, again only about a half-mile from where he grew up, now the location of Spare Time bowling alley. But in 1954 that was transformed into what Corn described as a nightclub bigger than one of the top clubs in Paris.

Ducky talked about it in an interview he gave in the summer of 1954, just before the Ritzy Ray was apotheosized into the Latin Quarter.

“Tell ’em its the biggest club in the nation, the world,” he told the reporter. “Expect ’em in here from up and down the river.”

There were to be Las Vegas-style cabaret shows, a roving photographer, a cigarette girl and uniformed powder room attendants, plus a pay roll of 52.

“It’s never been tried, but I’m going to do it,” he said. “It’s going to be clean…going to run it the right way.”

In between playing impresario Corn had two terms on Ironton City Countil and ran the Village of Hanging Rock as mayor.

But the private man is the one Ison remembers and centers her thoughts on.

“He was wonderful to me,” she said. “In his eyes, I could do no wrong. And I tried not to do anything to disappoint him. When anybody is that good to you, you try not to disappoint them.”

Ison, who goes by the name “Dusty,” was named for her parents, Dustin and Mary.

“Back then it wasn’t cool to name a girl a guy’s name,” she said. “So it got cut down to Dusty.”

In the summers she would ride with her father to his office at the Latin Quarter where she would spend the day.

“Sometimes I would get to go out into the bar and they had an automatic glass washer,” she said. “The brush would go into the glass and I would get to clean the glasses.”

The Corns originally set up residence at Gray Gables, a house on the edges of Hanging Rock that was once a hospital and later owned by a member of the Means family. Across the road Ducky built a stable where his wife would ride her Tennessee Walkers and Dusty would ride her pony.

Then, when Ison was old enough to go to school, Corn moved his family to Ironton and the Marting Mansion on the corner of 5th and Adams Streets [419 South 5th Street]. There he lived until his death in 1969.

Among her memories of her father’s generosity is when the Corns would spend days packing up boxes of food and Ducky would take it around to families he knew needed some help.

“He didn’t advertise it or honk his horn,” Ison said. “He would drop off the boxes of food in town and out in the county. At Christmas we would do the same thing.”

That was the man Ison remembers and wants people to know.

“I know he has a crazy reputation that goes back and forth,” she said. “But he was a good person and would help anybody.”

First Church Here Formed By Baptists

Below is an excerpt from “A Standard History of the Hanging Rock Iron Region” by Eugene Willard:

The Baptists were the pioneers in church matters holding services at and near the mouth of Storms Creek nearly forty years before the Town of Ironton was platted and over twenty years before the Presbyterians organized near Pine Grove Furnace. They so long held the local field as a denomination that an extended account of the First Baptist Church is presented from the pen of Mrs KV Henry, representing one of the oldest and most prominent of the families which have so long supported the organization which now stands for a membership of over four hundred and many good works. In the year 1811, she says Rev John Lee, relative of the famous General Robert Lee, came from Virginia with his family, a wife and five daughters, and bought a farm near the mouth of Storms creek. He, with other Baptists who had settled on farms along the river in the community, cut logs and built a large log church house on the river side of the road near the present Storms creek bridge. Rev Lee assisted by Rev Eli Bennett and Rev John Kelley, organized a church in this log house in 1812 calling it the Storms Creek Baptist Church. They chose Rev Lee for pastor who served until his death 1839. The following is a partial list of the charter members: Rev John Lee and wife, Peter Lionbarger and wife, John K Smith and wife, Brice Henry and wife, Morris Henry and wife, Joseph Brammer and wife, Isaac Henry, Sarah Henry, Jesse Sherman, Mary Kelley, James Henry Jr ,John Lionbarger, Pehmie Golden, James Kelley and wife, George Neff and wife, James Henry and wife, Martha Yingling. At the first meeting of the Ohio Association held at Tigert’s Creek, Ky., Aug. 18, 1821, the church numbered 36 members. In the early history of the church, Revs Felix Ellison and Wm Fuston rendered excellent service in many ways, especially along missionary lines. Just one hundred years ago this Sept 7th, 1914, Luther Rice, who had accompanied Adoniram Judson to the foreign field, returned and preached in this church in his effort to raise funds for the support of Judson. He found a ready response many of the members giving liberally Rev John Lee alone giving $100 which in that day was a princely sum. About 1820, the banks of the river washed away to such an extent that the log church had to be abandoned and a frame church was built just across the road and the church reorganized with about 33 members. Around the old church was a grave yard which also washed away and many of the bodies were removed to Woodland. In 1839, Rev JM Kelley was licensed to preach and in 1840 he was ordained and chosen pastor of the church. He was married the same year by Rev John Kelley to Sarah Ann Baccus who still survives him at the age of ninety two. In the early days of the church they were very strict in discipline. They brought members before the church who failed to contribute to the support of the church and if any two members had the slightest trouble or the smallest offense or grievance or the slightest intoxication of a member they were brought before the church and required to make it right before they could sit at the Lord s table.

In 1854 the present brick church was erected corner of Fifth and Vernon Streets, and reorganized with 156 members, the name being changed to the First Baptist Church of Ironton, Ohio, with Rev JM Kelley as pastor. In 1851, he had been chosen moderator of the Ohio Association and was re elected to that office until his death. During his life he traveled many many miles to preach in the country churches. The beginning of the Bible School was a union school held in the first school house erected in Ironton. When other churches built houses of worship they all started Bible Schools and the First Baptist church organized their school in 1847 or 1848. During all these years so far as can be ascertained there has gone out from the First Baptist church but one young man into the ministry namely Rev Jas M Kelley. One young woman has gone to the foreign field as a missionary namely Mrs Mary Wolfe Lewis in October 1902, who is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas T Wolfe. She is now engaged in missionary work in China. This church claims the honor of being instrumental in establishing the Lorain St Church. In 1902 a Bible School was organized in the school house and in 1903 the church house was built and dedicated and the church organized with about twelve members, choosing Rev TF Carey as their pastor. Mr Jas T Wolfe always manifested a great interest in the Bible School and church and did much to promote the enterprise. The following is a list of the regular pastors who have served the church .A number of supplies have filled in between: In 1812, Rev John Lee; 1840 Rev JM Kelley; 1855 Rev Geo E Leonard who afterward served the State Convention as Secretary for so long; 1860 Rev GW Gates; 1864 Rev Joseph Sharp; 1865 Rev BF Ashley a man of rare gifts. He had associated with him some laymen strong and true such men as D Phillips, WD Henry, DK Burket, deacons and others with E Bixby church clerk. It was during his pastorate that the auditorium was finished and dedicated.

In 1870 came Rev GW Taylor; 1871 Rev PP Kennedy. It was not until in this period of the church’s history, 1872, that the church voted to have the organ used in public worship. In 1877, Rev JA Kirkpatrick; 1879 Rev WW Whitcomb; 1881 Rev HA Summeral; 1884 Rev TC Probert; 1887 Rev JH Roberts; 1888 Rev M Roberts; 1889 Rev Noah Harper; 1894 Rev EV Pierce. It was during Rev Pierce’s pastorate the auditorium was remodeled and dedicated with many pleasing features he being assisted by Rev JM Kelley and others. In 1900 Rev Henry Brandt was chosen; 1907 Rev VL Stonell; 1908 Rev US Knox; 1909 Rev SE Davies. In this pastorate the present parsonage was purchased; 1914 Rev Chas E Griffin/ It was during this last year that the greatest ingathering to the membership has occurred in the history of the church namely 174. Of this number 135 came in after the union meeting conducted by Dr WE Biederwolf. The first Sunday in June 81 new members received the hand of fellowship which was an inspiring sight. On the 26th day of June 1914, the lightning struck the steeple of the church tearing away the large copper ball which had stood the storms for sixty years. This ball was made in the tin shop of Duke & Kingsbury in 1854 when finished it was proudly carried to the church by two young men: Charles Kingsbury and Elbert Duke.

For forty years, the Baptists were the only religious body in what is now the city of Ironton. Many have been the struggles anxieties and tears and today we have entered into the labors of those who have gone before.

The above article puts the location of this Church at the later site of the Ironton/Union Furnace.

First Baptist Church is now located at 304 South 5th Street and at http://www.fbcironton.org

Building St Rt 93

Unknown source of photo….taken approximately 1960

Naturalizations 1880-1905

NATURALIZATION RECORD

From the Common Pleas Court Journals

 VOL. 1 1880-1905

LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

                                                         

       Page        Surname     GIVEN NAME:

       120           ALEXANDER, JOHN

       365           ANDRESKY,  DENNIS

        32           AMICA,     AUGUST D’

        34           AMICO D’,  DIEGO (sic)

       165           BARLOW,    ROBERT J.

       348           BAUMAN,    JOHN

       202           BEHRANDT,  HERMAN

       160           BERGER,    FREDERICK

       148           BODEN,     W.F.

       138           BRIC,      JEREMIAH

       355           BURNS,     JOHN

       357           BRUMBERG,  A.J.

       346           BURNS,     JAMES

       126,343       BIRD,      EDWARD J.(Jr.)

       164           BIRKEL,    FRANK

       371           BLEUSTEIN, L.A. (Blustein in text)

       214, 3        BUERLING,  WILLIAM

        20           BLESS,     CHARLES (compare) of Clarl Bass) p 225

                                                    Clarl Blass)   225

       225           BLASS,     CLARL (sic)

        36M 257     BRUNNER,   JOHN

        39           BOND,      THOMAS

        40           BRANIGAN,  JAMES

         2           BIEDLINGMAIER, JOHN

         7           BRENNER,   GEORGE

       127           CARLON,    JAMES

       141           CARRELL,   MARTIN

        13           CARTWRIGHT, THOMAS

       136           CASEY,     JAMES

         1           CASEY,     JOHN

       252           COMINGS,   JOSEPH

       391           CONCANNON, JAMES

       137           CONRAD,    ISADORE

       140           CONRATH,   CHARLES

       354           CLARK,     PETER

       163           CLARKE,    Wm, J.

       124           CLINTON,   HUGH

       372           COHEN,     LEWIS

        20           CONNELLEY, JOHN – (Connelly – text)

        24           CROSSLEY,  ARTHUR

       263           CROTHERS,  GEORGE

       170           DESMER,    FRED  (sic)

                               (signature – Fritz Tutman)

        32           DeAMICO,   AUGUST

        34           DeAMICO,   DIEGO

        32           deBANG,    JOHAN G.

        22,231       DOMINIK,   DICK  (sic)

                               (signature – Dominik Deck)

        25           DITTRICH,  SEBASTIAN

         6           DOBELINSKI, GOTFRIED

       381           DUDLEY,    HUBER  (sic)

                                (signature – Hubert W. Dudley)

       384           DUNKEL,    HUGO

       389           EBERT,     AUG.

       375           ECKHART,   CHARLES

       375           ECKHART,   WILLIAM

       393           EDELSON,   MORRIS (Morris E. Edelson)

        15, 238     ENGELHARDT, EDWARD (signature – Engelhardt)

       366           ENSINGER,   AUGUST F.

        11           EVANS,       MORGAN

       186           FANTUGELSKY, TEOFIL

       352           FELLINGER,    EUGENE

       187           FETHBRUCKNER, AUDREW

       260           FORD,         DANIEL RHYS

       183           FRANKEL,      ABRAHAM

       199           GAGAI,        ANDREW

       179           GAGAI,        FRANK

        39           GAZALE,       PAUL

       196           GEIL,         ANDREAS

        18           GIBSON,       WILLIAM

       337           GLENDENNING,  Wm. H.

       153           GIACOMELLI,   DOMINICO

        27           GLICK,        HENRY

       173           GOEHLE,       GEORGE

       237           GOETZ,        PAUL E.

       379,395      GOODMAN,      ABRAHAM

       226           GOSSSELIN,   PETER (L)

       358           GRAHAM,       JAMES

        28           GRIBONSKI,    AARON

       248           GRIBONISKI    AARAN

                                  (sgnature – Adam Griboniski)

       264           GRIFFITH,     JOHN A.

        15, 233     GROBER,       JOSEPH

                                  (Graber, later signature)

       169           GROSS,        CHRISTIAN

        33           GUINTA,       AUGUST

       192           HAHN,         GOTTFRIED   

       198           HAMP,         FRANK, A. (Antonio)

       156           HARRIS,       DAVID E.

`      132           HARRIS,       THOMAS M.

        29           HARVEY,       FRANK

        26           HAUKE,        FERDINAND

        26,244       HAWKE,        FERDINAND

        34           HENDERSO,    NELSON

       349           HEINSMAN,    JOSEPH

                                  (signature Heinzman)            

       118           HENRY,        WILLIAM

       150           HICKS,        JAMES

       116           HILL,         JOSEPH

       364           HORNBERGER,   FRED

        31           HORTEL,       GEORGE  (signature -Hortel)

       184           ESBRAND,      FRANK  (Isbrand, Frank in text)

       213           IRVING,       JAMES

        29           JANES,        JOHN

       201           JASCKOWICIK,  JOSEPH

       155           JENKINS,      JOHN

       367           JENKINS,      RICHARD Jr.

       211           JENKINS,      ROBERT

       223           JONES,        DAVID D.

       359           JONES,        GEORGE

       195           JONES,        MARK

       195           JOWITT,       RICHARD Jr.               

       178           JOYCE,        MARTIN

        16           KAPLIN,       S.

       175           KASPAR,       JOHN

        36,255       KEE,          WOO   (Listed as Woo, Kee)

       121           KLACKNER,    ADAM

       174           KEIFER,       BERNHARD (Kiefer signature)

       392           KIRSNER,      ISAAC

        38, 258     KIRSNER,     LOUIS

       172           KNOT,         AUGUST

        12, 218     KNUTH,        FRED

        14, 228     KOWTOSKY,     SIMON

        16, 293     KRARBAR,      FRED  (Friedrich signature)

       383           KRELL,        VICTOR

         9           KROHE,        JOHN

         4           KUENHERT,     Wm.  (Kuhnert, Wilhelm signature)

         1, 114     LAMPMAN,      GEORGE

       182           LANG,         MICHAEL (G.)

       152           LANGER,       DANIEL

       382           LATH,         SAMUEL

        25           LATTES,       GEORGE

       350           LEWIS,        ROSS W.

       145           LINDSEY,     ROBERT M.

         2,209       LINK,         AUGUST

       340           LINTNER,      Wm.

       344           McCART,       THOMAS  (sic)

       115           McCLEAN,      JOHN

       130           McGOWN,       PATRICK

       374           McHALE,       JOHN

        23           McHALE,       PATRICK

       151           McKAY,        THOMAS

       229           McKEE,        ALEXANDER

       353           MAHONEY,      Wm. J.

       363           MARKWARD,     JOSEPH R. (Markwart, signature)

       234           MARTIN,       HUGH 

       162           MATER,        JOHN F. (John F. Mader – signature)

        23,250       MARLING,     JOHN

        13, 221     MASCOK (?)   FRANK

       394           MEARAN,       ISAAC

       142           METZGER       JOSEPH

       154           MEYSTEAD,    PETER

         4           MIKALATZAK,   JOSEPH (Declaration…)

       135           MILLER,       THEODORE E.

        10,222       MILLHAUSER,  PHILIP  (1887)

       215           HILLHAUSEN,  PHILLIP (1881 – Muhlhausen signature)

       362           MULHAUSEN,   PETER

       388           MITCHELL,    HARRY

       117           MITZLAFF,    HEINRICH

       125           MITZLAFF,    REINHOLD

       189           MOORE,       JAMES

         9, 217     MORAN,        WILLIAM

       143           MORGAN,       JOSEPH

       361           MORGAN,       WILLIAM

        21           MORRIS,       THOMAS M.

       380           MYERS,        JOHN

        22, 235     MYERS,        THOMAS

        35, 262     MUCHA,        THOMAS

       385           NIEMAN,      ABE

       347           NEIGENFIND,  PAUL J.

         5           NEWMAN,       CHARLES

        37           NIVISON,     DAVID K.

         8           NOWISKI,     ANDREW  (Andro Nowicki – signature)

       210           O’BRIEN,     EDWARD

        40           OSTROSKY,    MARTIN

       123           PANNEK,       JOHN

       190           PEOTRICK,    NICHALAS (Nickolos Patryk – signature)

         3, 207     PUTZAK,       AUGUST

        27, 251     PUTZEK,       FRED  (Fred Putzek – signature) 131           REEMER,       GODFRIED ( X – no signature)     113           REICHELT,    CHARLES (Karl Reichelt – signature)

       128           ROBEL,        WILLIAM

         8           ROBINSON,    ABRAHAM  (Abrahm Robinson – signature)

        19           ROESSL,       PETER

       342           ROTH,         CHARLES

         5           ROTHA,        EMIL  (Emile Rotha – signature)

       193           SAVORY,       NICHOLAS  (Nicolas – signature)

       185           SCHAGANAWSKI, FRANTZ

       (?)           SCHILLING,    CONSTANT

         7, 232     SCHLACK,     FREDRICK (Friedrich – signature)

       133           SCHMIDT,     GEORGE

        38           SCHMIDT,      JOHN

       180           SCHNEIDER,   CASPER  (Kasper – signature)

       204           SCHNEIDER,   JACOB

       368           SCHOTT,       THEOPHILUS

       227           SCHOTSKY,    FREDERICK

       171           SCHOZKI,     HENRY

        31, 256     SCHRIEBER,   LOUIS

       181           SCHWAB,       FRANK A. (Adam in signature)

       218,249       SEGEL,        MARK

       191           SEMINISKI,   ANTON

       122           SIEKAMANN,   WILHELM (Sierkmann in index)

       122           SIERKERMANN, WILHELM  (Siekamann in signature)

        19, 239     SLISZEWSKI,  BARTHOLOMEW

       197           SONG,         JOHN

        24, 240     SONG,         SING

        35           SONG,         CHARLEY

       208           SPECK,        HENRY

       341           SPIRY,        JOHN  (Johan Spriy ? – signature)

       159           SQUARE,       JOHN

        33           STAUS,        KAYNTON (……? STAUSS – signature)

        37, 259     STEINBACHER, JOSEPH

       396           STEINBACHER, KARL

        21, 245     STRASMEIR,   GEORGE

       265           STEPHEN,     S.

       330           TAYLOR,       JOSEPH C.

       212           THEISZ,       JOHN

       188           THOMAS,       DANIEL

       345           THOMAS,       RICHARD

       149           THRASSELL,   WILLIAM

         6           TICE,         JOHN  

       398           TROPE,        LOUIS

       167           TRUSOWSKI,   ANTON

       161           UNGER,        GEORGE

       220           WACH,         GOTTLLEIB  (sic) – ( X – no signature)

       119           WARREN,       JEREMIAH

       387           WEAVER,      ROBERT

       139           WEBER,        ANTHONY

       177           WEITZ,        EGID

        12,219       WERNER,       GOTTFRIED

       338           WEIXELBAUM,  MAX E.

       253           WELTER,       JOSEPH

        17, 247     WIBBERLEY,   WILLIAM A. (sic)

        26           WILEMAN,     EDWARD

       356           WILEMAN,     HARRY

       147           WILDMAN,     JAMES

       386           WILLIAMS,    DAVID S.

       157           WILLIAMS,    Wm H.

       200           WISBEK,       JOHN

       351           WISE,         JOSEPH

       254           WITT,         GUSTAU

       168           WROBELEWSKI, FRANK

       166           WRONNA,       MICHAEL

        11, 224     WROWSKY,     JOHN M.  (Wecovsky ?)

       176           ZANG,         EGID

       129           ZEITZ,        LUDIG

NATURALIZATION RECORD

From the Common Pleas Court Journals

                                        VOL. 2 1880-1905

LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

                                                                                         Page        Surname     GIVEN NAME:   

                111         NEEKAMP,    FRANKLIN

        2         SCHNEIDEN,  LOUIS

        1         SPEILROGEL, JOHN  (Speilvogel in text)

Naturalizations Pre-1880

NATURALIZATIONS
From the Common Pleas Court Journals
JOURNALS 1-2
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

See Also: Naturalizations 1880-1905

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

217 1822, 25 Apr CHINN, WILLIAM-Nativ. No. Devonshr
441 1826, Nov 11 Co., Eng.:To US via Portsm,
1822 to Quebec, 1814 via
Detroit to Ohio,, Age 29

567 1829, Mar 12 Proven CLARK, JOHN-Nativ. UK, Since 1809
“Issued” in Scioto, Law. Co. Proved
1830, Mar 12 by STEPHEN CHANDLER &
DENNIS H. HAYS

284 1823, Aug 7 Proven HARRRISON, JOHN-Nativ not given,
Res. of US since 1797

168 1821, Aug 7 HERSAN, WILLIAM VINTRUX
1816, Feb 8 Nativ-France, DI So.Dist.
Ct. of N.Y. State.

23 NRF 1818, Jun 14 HOPKINS, ROBERT-Nativ of IRL.

70 NRF 1819, Dec 10 JOHNSON, WILLIAM C.-Nativ. Unk.

569 1829, Mar 13 Proven JOHNSTON, BENJAMINE-Nativ. IRL.
(Ct. Record) Arr. summer 1819, age 14,
“Issued” Proved by W.G. ROBINSON &
1830, Mar 12 HENRY JEFFERDS.

501 NRF 1827, Aug 15 JOHNSTON, WILLIAM-Nativ. IRL.

621 1830, Sep 6 1822, Mar 7 PLATZER, FREDERICK A.-Naitiv.
Westphalia, Prussia. Arr
Baltimore, 7 Mar 1822;
“Now agd 22”.

26 NRF 1818, Sep 29 POWELL, RICHARD-Nativ. Gt. Brt.

586 1829, Sep 26 Proven WALTON, THOMAS-Nativ. Linngthorne
(Aged 49) Yorkshire, Eng.; Arr. via
Liverpool to Baltimore,
8 Aug 1819; Res. Rome Twp.
365 NRF 1824, Nov 11 WILSON, THOMAS-Nativ. Langthorn,
(Aged 39) Yorkshire, Eng.; Arr. via
Liverpool to Baltimore,
8 Aug 1819. Res. Rome Twp.

JOURNALS 3-4
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

466 NRF 1839, May 15 BISERE, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover,
(Aged c34 Yr) To US via Bremen, 1832
to Baltimore, Jun 1832

464 1839, May 14 DISTERDICK, GEORGE-Nativ. Hanover
(241 1841, Aug 3 (Aged 33) To US via Bremen, 1832,
J-5) Jun 15, Res Eliz. Twp.

464 NRF 1839, May 14 ERNST, GODFREY-Nativ. Hanover,
Ger.; Over 21 on 17 Jan
1839; To US via Baltim.
Jun 1832.

423 NRF 1838, Aug 1 EVANS, BENJAMIN-Nativ. Wales

466 NRF 1839, May 15 FINK, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover,
(Aged c28) To US via Bremen to N.Y.
25 Jul 1835. Res. Eliz. Twp.

466 NRF 1839, May 15 FISHER, FRANCIS-Nativ. Hanover,
(See 232 (Aged c34) Res. of Eliz. Twp.
J-5)

465 NRF 1839, May 15 FREDE, JOHN CONRAD-Nativ. Hanover,
Res. of Eliz. Twp.

275 Proven 1836, Jul 26 JOHNSTON, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, Age 21
Attest. WILLIAM KYLE.

279 Proven 1836, Jul 27 KYLE, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, Arr. Age 17
(Aged 21) Attest. SOLOMON BECKLEY

280 1838, Aug 1 KYLE, WILLIAM-Nativ. IRL
423 1838, Jul 27

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JOURNALS 3-4
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

515 NRF 1939, Aug 9 MACKEREL, THOMAS W.-Nativ. London-
(335,J-5) derry Co., UK, Aged 22.

465 1839, May 15 RITTER, NICHOLAS-Nativ. New Germ.
(232,J-5)1841, Aug 3 Aged 32, Res. Eliz. Twp.

465 NRF 1839, May 15 SHRADER, ERNST-Nativ. of Hanover, (Aged c40) Ger., To US via Bremen to N.Y. , Res. Eliz. Twp.

464 NRF 1839, May 15 SPILLMAN, HENRY-Nativ. of Hanover,
(Aged c48) Ger., Res. Eliz. Twp.

464 1839, May 14 TOLD, JOSEPH-Nativ. of Wales, To
(364 1842, Oct 6 (Aged c27) US via Liverpool to N.Y.,
J-5) Aug 1830, Res. of Eliz.
Twp.
466 1839, May 15 VAUGHN, JOHN-Nativ. of Wales, To
(426 1851, Sep 26 (Aged c30) US via Liverpool to N.Y.,
J-7) Aug 1830, Res. of Eliz.
Twp.
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JOURNALS 5
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

231 1841, Aug 3 NRF BISCOE, HENRY-Nativ.Hanover
Attested: Rob’t Hamilton

257 NRF 1841, 9 Nov CASHIN, JAMES-Nativ. IRL., To US
Boston, 2 Jul 1838, In Dec
1941 was Age 24.

119 1840, Aug CLARK, HENRY-Nativ. IRL., To US
450 1843, 22 Jul (Recorded Nov.) via Liverpool to N.Y. on
Aged 23 in ’37 24 May 1837, Arr. 24 Jun
1837. Res. of Burlington.

231 1841, 3 Aug Proven DISTERDICK, GEORGE-Nativ. Hanover.

466(J3) 1839, 15 May 1841, 3 Aug FISHER, FRANCIS-Nativ. Hanover
232 Attested; ROBERT HAMILTON

443 1845. 25 Sep 1843, 20 Jul GRIFFIN, DENNIS-Nativ. IRL.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

449 1843, 22 July 1840, 16 Nov JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER W.-Nativ. of
119(See J2) Scotl’d, to US April 1832,
Arr. Whitehall, N.Y., Res.
Union Twp.

257 NRF 1841, 9 Nov. LIMEN, OWEN-Nativ. IRL., Arr. N.Y.
(Aged 23 Mar) Cty, 6 Jun 1839;

515(See J3) MACKEREL THOMAS M.-Nativ. IRL.
335 1842, 9 Jul.
94 NRF 1840, 2 Sep MONDEL, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover

95 NRF 1840, 2 Sep MONTEL, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Hanover, To US via Bremen-Baltim.
(Aged c26) 1839, 4 May, Res. Eliz Twp

166 1841, 5 May MOWRY, CHRISTOPHER-Nativ. Hanover
467 1843, 25 Oct To US via Bremen-Baltim.
(Aged c41) 1834, Oct. Res. Eliz. Twp.

95 NRF 1840, 2 Sep MUNNEX, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover
To US via Bremen-Baltimore
(Aged c25) 1838, 14 Oct,Res. Eliz. T.

94 NRF 1840, 2 Sep MYER, JOHN-Nativ. Hanover; To US
via Bremen-Baltim., 1837,
(Aged c34) 25 Oct, Res. Eliz. Twp.

94 NRF 1842, 6 Oct MYERS, FRANCIS-Nativ. Hanover; To
US via Bremen-Baltimore
(Aged c28) 1837, 25 Oct, Res Eliz Twp

364 1842, 6 Oct NESSLER, VALENTINE-Nativ. Bavaria
c1840 Res. Pike Co., Oh, n.d.

94 NRF 1840, 3 Sep ONGER, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Germany;
To US Via Bremen-Baltim.
(Aged c25) 1837, 25 Oct, Res Eliz Twp

359 Proven RADFORD, HENRY-Nativ. Gr. Brt. To
1842, 5 Oct US c1818 w/JOHN RADFORD,
father, at Age 10, now 34.
Attest D. McLOUGHLIN &
L. BLODGETT.

346 1842, 3 Oct Proven RADFORD, WILLIAM-Nativ. Gr. Brt. To
US c1820, at age 13,Attest
D. McLOUGHLIN &
HECTOR PRITCHARD

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

232 1841, 3 Aug Proven RITTER, NICHOLAS-Nativ. New Ger.
Attest. ROBERT HAMILTON.

257 NRF 1841, 9 Nov THOMPSON, ROBERT-Nativ. Scotland
24yrs old 7 Dec 1841

406 NRF 1843, 5 Apr THOMAS, WILLIAM-Nativ. Wales, Arr
N.Y. City, 1832, 12 May

464(J-3) 1839, 14 May TOLD, JOSEPH-Nativ. of Wales,
364 1842, 6 Oct Proven

93 NRF 1840, 2 Sep YERKER, CHRISTOPHER-Nativ. Hanover

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JOURNALS 6
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

68 1844, 7 Oct Proven CANADA, JOHN-Nativ. Upper Canada,
(Age 21)

75 NRF 1844, 9 Oct CASTRUP, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover; To
US via Hanover-Baltim. Lv
1835, 10 Nov. Arr c1836,
1 Jan, Aged 39.

75 NRF 1844, 9 Oct CLARK, ROBERT-Nativ. IRL, To US via Liverpool 1840, 8 Jun,
(Aged 24) Arr N.Y. 1840, 26 Jul; Res. Burlington.

312 1847, 23 Apr Proven DERKAR, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover
Arr 1845, Aged 21.

75 NRF 1844, 9 Oct FRENTMAN, FRANK- Nativ. Hanover,To
US 1841, 1 May, Arr N.Y.
1841, 1 Jul.

212 1846, 15 Jul GLASS, PETER-Nativ. Prussia,To US
(Aged 23) via Antwerp 1845, 15 Jul,
(J-7) Arr N.Y. Cty 1845, 25 Aug.
358 1851, 12 Mar Res. Elizabeth Twp.

67 1844, 7 Oct Proven(Aged 21) GRIVER, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover

212 NRF 1846, 14 Apr HENKIN, FREDERICK-Nativ. Prussia,
(Aged c55) To US via Antwerp 1845, 15 Jul, Arr N.Y. Cty 1845, 25
Aug., Res. Eliz. Twp.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

76 1844, 9 Oct Proven HIDEMAYER, FREDERICK-Nativ. Prussia, Aged 21 on Arr.

211 1846, 14 Apr HUFFMAN, NICHOLAS-Nativ. Prussia
358 1851, 12 Mar To US Antwerp 1845, 15 Jul
(J-7) (Aged c34) Arr N.Y. Cty 1845, 25 Aug.
Res. Eliz. Twp.

367 NRF 1847, 12 Mar JONES, DAVID-Nativ. Wales, To US
(Aged over 21) via Liverpool 1842, 9 May
to N.Y.

68 1844, 7 Oct MANTER, GERARD-Nativ. Hanover,
277 1846, 26 Oct (Aged c32) Arr Baltimore 1800, Oct,
Res. Upper Twp.

67 1844, 7 Oct Proven MONTEL, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Hanover
Attest. GERHARD MENTOR

76 1844, 9 Oct Proven MONTEL, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover,
(Aged 21)

212 NRF 1846, 14 Apr RIDER, JOHN-Nativ. Baden, To US
(Aged c35) via Haver (sic) 1841, 28
Mar, Arr N.Y. Cty, c1841,
14 May; Res. Eliz. Twp.
76 1844, 9 Oct Proven VASSER, HENRY-Nativ. Oldenburg,
D.I. Hamilton Co.>2 yr

75 NRF 1844, 9 Oct WELCH, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, To US
(Aged c28) via Dublin, 1837, 6 Jun?
Arr Louistown, N.Y.,
c1837, 15 Oct., Res. of
Elizabeth Twp.

357 1847, 15 Jul BEWICK, EDWARD-Nativ. Wales
206 1849, 23 Oct
(J-7)

71 NRF 1844, 8 Oct WARNAKE, HENRY-b Weensen(sic),
Hanover 1815, 15 Oct,
Arr US 1835, May.

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JOURNALS 7
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

357(J-6) 1847, 15 Jul BEWICK, EDWARD-Nativ. Wales
206 1849, 23 Oct

210 NRF 1849, 24 Oct BEWICK, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
Arr 1837, 26 Aug

96 1844, 23 Oct BOWRAN, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
258 1854, 9 Mar (Also BOWRON) via Liv’pl to N.Y.
1844, 17 Sep

397 NRF 1851, 31 May BRETT, JAMES-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
Arr 1848

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun BURTON, THOMAS-Nativ. U.K.

241 1850, 11 Mar Proven CAVNEY, MICHAEL-Nativ. Unknown

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep CAWLEY, JAMES-Nativ. Unknown

397 NRF 1851, 31 May CONNEELY, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt.

426 1851, 26 Sep Proven (Law Co) CROWLEY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL.
(Age 21)

97 1848, 23 Oct DOHERTY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL,
(>2 Yrs. ago)

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun DONOVAN, JERRY-Nativ. U.K.

189 NRF 1849, 24 Jul DUES, BARNARD-Nativ. Prussia,
Arr US 1846, 5 Mar

260 NRF 1850, 4 Jun DUIS, HENRY-Nativ. Prussia

302 1850, 24 Sep Proven EGBERT, WILLIAM-Nativ. Hanover
DI Hamilton Co., OH

151 1849, 27 Apr Proven FARRELL, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL
DI Allegheny Co., Md
over 2 yrs ago

48 NRF 1848, 3 May GALT, JOHN-Nativ. IRL; To US
via Liverpool 1839,
9 Jan, Arr New Orleans
1839, 1 Mar, Age c35,
Res. Perry Twp.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

241 1850, 11 Mar GARDNER, JOHN

356 NRF 1851, 12 Mar HOFFMAN, ROBERT-Nativ. Prussia
Arr US 1848, Nov

212(J-6) 1846, 14 Apr GLASS, PETER-Nativ. Prussia, To
358 1851, 12 Mar US via Antwerp 1845,
15 Jul to N.Y. Cty
c1845, 25 Aug. Res.
Eliz. Twp.
272 1850, 5 Jun Proven HARPER, CHARLES-Nativ. U.K.
(Group)
135 NRF 1849, 21 Apr HOWELL, JOHN-Nativ. England, To
US via Bristol 1833,
18 Apr; Arr N.Y. Cty
1833, 13 Jun, Aged 37.

211(J-6) 1846, 14 Apr HUFFMAN, NICHOLAS-Nativ. Hanover,
358 1851, 12 Mar Prussia

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep HURST, JOHN-Nativ. Unknown

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep HURST, WILLIAM-Nativ. Unknown

40 1848, 26 Apr KELLEY, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt., To
303 1850, 24 Sep US via Liverpool, Arr
N.Y. Cty 1834, Res. of
Elizabeth Twp.

98 1847, 23 Oct Proven KELLEY, THOMAS-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
DI “2 yrs ago.

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep KENYON, JOHN-Nativ. Unknown

304 NRF 1850, 25 Sep KILLFOYLE, ARTHUR-Nativ. IRL
(KILLFOGLE?)

286 NRF 1850, 10 Jun KING, LAWRENCE-Nativ. Gr. Brt.

417 NRF 1851, 22 Sep KNEE, WILLIAM-Nativ. Naussau
DI Law. Co.

152 NRF 1848, 28 Apr LADNER, JAMES-Nativ. IRL

302 NRF 1848, 24 Sep LAND, FREDERICK-Nativ. Germany
(See Sand)
11 NRF 1847, 2 Nov LUKER, HARMON-Nativ. Hanover,To
(LAKER?) US via Bremen, 1842,
9 Aug; Arr Baltimore
1842, 5 Oct.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun LLEWELLAN, GEORGE-Nativ. U.K.

356 NRF 1851, 12 Mar McCARTNEY, MICHAEL-Nativ. IRL
(Aged 20 1/2 Yrs) Arr N.Y. 1850, Nov,

286 NRF 1850, 10 Jun McCARTY, THOMAS-Nativ. Gr. Brt.

383 1851, 17 Mar McGINLEY, ROBERT-Nativ. IRL, To
320(J-8)1854, 28 Sep US 1849, Mar, Aged 28

420 1851, 23 Sep Proven MARTIN, JAMES-Nativ. Scotland,
(>2 Yrs ago) D.I. Hamilton Co., OH

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun MAYHEW, JOHN-Nativ. U.K.

94(J-5) 1840, 2 Sep MONDEL, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover
113 1848, 27 Oct

260 1850, 4 Jun Proven NIEBRUGGE, WILLIAM-Nativ. Hanover
(NIEBRIGGE?) D.I. Hamilton Co., OH
272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun NEEDS, EDMUND-Nativ. U.K.

304 1850, 25 Sep Proven OSNER, ADOLPH-Nativ. Baden, D.I.
Super. Ct. Eastern Dist
of Pennsylvania

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun POWELL, WILLIAM-Nativ. U.K.

152 NRF 1849, 28 Apr RAPSON, WILLIAM-Nativ. IRL

86 NRF 1848, 28 Jul RICHARDS, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, To US via Sligo, 1840, 21
May; Arr Phila., c1840,
15 Aug.

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun ROBERTS, WILLIAM-Nativ. U. K.,

135 1849, 21 Apr ROBERTS, DAVID-Nativ. Gr. Brt. Eng
418 1851, 23 Sep (>2 yrs ago) To US via Liverpool,1841
14 Aug, Arr N.Y. Cty
c1841, 30 Sep.

302 NRF 1850, 24 Sep SAND, FREDERICK-Nativ. Germany
(LAND)

356 NRF 1851, 12 Mat SCHROEDER, MATHIAS-Nativ. Prussia
To US Arr 1848, Nov

302 1850, 24 Sep Proven SCHWEDER, KASPAR HENRY-Nativ. Ger.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

96 NRF 1848, 23 Oct SHIPLEY, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt., To
US via Liverpool to N.Y.
Cty 1846, 2 Aug

98 NRF 1848, 23 Oct SMITH, SAMUEL-Nativ. Gr. Brt., To
US via Liverpool to N.Y.
Cty,1846; Res Fayette T.

260 NRF 1850, 4 Jun STROUBLE, JOHN-Nativ. Wertemburg
(STROUBLER?) (sic),

248 NRF 1850, 7 Jun STEWART, JAMES-Nativ. Scotland

97 1848, 23 Oct Proven SWEENY, JOHN L.-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
DI >2 Yrs ago.

210 NRF 1849, 24 Oct TAYLOR, RALPH-Nativ. Gr. Brt. To
US Arr 1841, 18 Jul

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun TIPTON, OBADIAH-Nativ. U.K.

10 1847, 2 Nov Proven TODRANK, KASPAR H.-Nativ. Prussia
DI >2 Yrs ago.

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep TRAPPE, AUGUST-Nativ. Unknown

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep TRAPPE, ERNEST-Nativ. Unknown

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun TURNBULL, JOHN-Nativ. U.K.

466(J3-4) 1839, May term VAUGHN, JOHN-Nativ. Wales
426 1851, 26 Sep
98 NRF 1848, 23 Oct WAKERLEY, ROBERT-Nativ. Gr.Brt.
To US via Liverpool-
N.Y., 1848, Jun, c23
Yrs., Res Fayette Twp.

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun WARD, JOHN-Nativ. U.K.

302 1850, 24 Sep Proven WHITE, JOHN-Nativ. Wales, DI
Scioto Co., OH
286 NRF 1850, 10 Jun WILEY, THOMAS-Nativ. Gr. Brt.

418 NRF 1851, 23 Sep WIRTSCELL, GEORGE-Nativ. Unknown

260 NRF 1850, 4 Jun WISSER, JOHN HENRY-Nativ. Prussia

272 NRF 1850, 5 Jun VISSOND, JOHN-Nativ. U.K.

…………………………………

JOURNAL 8
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

323 1854, 28 Sep Proven ALCAN, MYER-Nativ. France

392 1855, 10 Mar Proven AMOS, JOHN-Nativ. Saxony, DI
Law. Co.,OH,>2 yrs ago
483 1855, 1 Oct Proven ANDERSON, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI
Law. Co.,OH,>2 yrs ago

245 1855, 8 Mar Proven ASSMAN, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Germany
(OSTMAN) DI. Law. Co.OH,>2yrs
ago.

286 1854, 14 Jun Proven BABKE, HENRY-Nativ. Germany, DI
Hamilton Co., OH,
>3 Yrs ago.

302 1854, 17 Jun Proven BANTE, PHILPS(PHILIP)-Nativ. of
(BANTS) Nassau, Germany,
DI >2Yrs ago.

376 1855, 7 Mar Proven BARKELOLE, CONRAD-Nativ. Germany
(BARKDOLE) DI >2yrs ago, Dear-
born Co., Indiana.
582 1856, 18 Jun BAXTER, THOMAS
(BEXIR)

221 1853, 26 Oct Proven BAUER, FRANK-Nativ. Hanover,
Com. Pl. Ct.DI >2yrs ago,
Hamilton Co. OH.

416 NRF 1855, 16 Mar BERNECKA, FREDERIC-Nativ. Hanover
DI Law. Co. OH.
Arr Dec 1835
610 NRF 1856, 26 Jun BESWICK, JOHN

321 1854, 21 Sep Proven BLAYBUM, WILLIAM-Nativ. Hanover,
(Blayburn) DI >2 Yrs ago,
Scioto Co., OH.

89 1852, 11 Nov BLOMAIER, LOUIS-Nativ. Hanover

279 1854, 14 Jun Proven BODE, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover,
DI >2Yrs ago, Scioto
Co., OH.
492 1855, 2 Oct Proven BOHENCAMPPER, CHRISTOPHER-Nativ.
(BOHEN) Hanover, Germany,
DI >2Yrs ago,Law Co.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

491 1855, 2 Oct Proven BOKHOLT, JOHN-Nativ. Hanover,
DI >2Yrs ago,Hamilton
Co., OH.

343 1854, 2 Oct Proven BOLANDER, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany, DI, Ct. of 1/4 Sessions
Allegheny, PA.

365 1855, 7 Mar Proven BOWMAN, DEDERICK-Nativ. Germany
(DETRICK)

258 1855, 9 Mar Proven BOWRON, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt.,
DI >2 Yrs ago.

374 1855, 7 Mar Proven BOYLES, FRANCIS-Nativ. IRL, DI in
Allegheny Co.>2 Yrs ago.

164 1853, 14 Jun Proven BRATT, JAMES-Nativ. Gr. Brt.,
DI >2 Yrs ago.

378 NRF 1855, 7 Mar BROMLEY, THOMAS-Nativ. Gr. Grt,
Arr 2 Yrs ago.

519 1856, 5 Mar Proven BURSFORD, HENRY-Nativ. IRL
DI >2 Yrs ago.

378 1856, 7 Mar Proven CABES, William-Nativ.Germany
Arr 1849

594 1856, 20 Jun Proven CARR, JAMES-Nativ. Unknown

212 1853, 25 Oct Proven CARRIN, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI Ct.
of Common Pleas, Alle-
gheny Co., PA.
319 1854, 28 Sep Proven CAWLEY, JAMES-Nativ. ENG.. DI
>2 Yrs, ago.

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven CHRISTIAN, HARMON H.-Nativ. Unk.
DI Attested.

594 1856, 20 Jun Proven CHRISTIAN, ROBERT(PATRICK)-Nativ. Unknown, DI Attested.

549 1856, 11 Mar Proven CLARKSON, HENRY-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
DI Mercer Co., PA, >2
Yrs Ago.

504 1855, 3 Oct Proven CLARRY, MICHAEL-Nativ. IRL, DI
(CLARY) Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

319 1854, 28 Sep Proven CAWLEY, JAMES-Nativ. England, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

423 1855, 20 Jun Proven CLERORMONN, PETER-Nativ. Bavaria
DI Scioto Co., OH

431 1855, 21 Jun Proven CLESHAM, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL. DI >2 (CLISHAM) Yrs ago, Hancock Co.,IN

594 1856, 20 Jun Proven CLOREN, OWEN-Nativ. Unknown, DI
Law. Co., OH

535 1856, 8 Mar Proven COLLFER, JAMES-Nativ. IRL. DI at
Ct. of Com. Pl.Allegheny
Co., PA, OH Res. 1 Yr.

124 1853, 8 Mar Proven COLFER, WALTER-Nativ. IRL. DI at
Western Dist. of PA >2 Yr
ago.

199 NRF 1853, 21 Jun CONLON, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, Arr US
1850, May.
199 1853, 21 Jun (2)CONLON, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, Arr US
448 1855, 25 Jun (CONLON) 1849, DI Law. Co., OH

484 1855, 1 Oct Proven CONLAN, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs
Ago, Law. Co., OH

484 1855, 1 Oct Proven CONLAN, MATHEW-Nativ. IRL, DI >2
Yrs. Ago, Law. Co., OH

484 1855, 1 Oct Proven CONNALLY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI
Law. Co., OH

482 1855, 1 Oct Proven CONNELLY, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt. DI
Law. Co., OH, >2 Yrs ago

205 1853, 24 Oct Proven COOK, JOSEPH-Nativ. Germany, DI
Scioto Co., OH.

455 1855, 28 Jun Proven COOKE, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Wittenburg
DI >2 yrs ago, Law. Co OH

280 1854, 13 Jun Proven COOK, WILLIAM-Nativ. Hanover, Ger.
DI Scioto Co., OH

320 1854, 28 Sep Proven CRAIGMILE, CHARLES-Nativ. Gr. Brt.
DI Scioto Co., >2 Yrs ago

320 1854, 28 Sep Proven CRONIN, JEREMIAH-Nativ. IRL, DI >2
Yrs. ago, Hamilton Co. OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

321 1854, 28 Sep Proven CRONIN, STEPHEN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs. ago, Hamilton Co. OH

366 1855, 7 Mar Proven CROWE, PATRICK-Nativ. Ireland, DI
Clarion Co., PA

396 1855, 12 Mar Proven DARING, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
Ago, Law. Co., OH

513 1856, 4 Mar Proven DAVIS, DAVID T.-Nativ. Wales, DI
Law. Co., OH, >2 yrs ago.

509 1856, 4 Mar Proven DAVIS, JAMES T.-Nativ. Wales, DI
Ct. of Com. Pl., Luzern
Co., PA, Res. 1 Yr in OH

508 1856, 4 Mar Proven DAVIS, JOHN I.-Nativ. Wales, DI >2
(JOHN J.) Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

425 1855, 20 Jun Proven DAVIS, JOHN J.-Nativ. Wales, DI >2
Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

329 1854, 29 Sep Proven DEITSCH, ISADORE-Nativ. Bavaria,
Under 18 on Arr, DI >2
Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH,
Now over 21.

476 NRF 1855, 29 Sep DEITSCH, JONAS-Nativ. Bavaria,Arr
1849, Jul, Aged 15 yr.,
DI Law. Co., OH

518 1856, 5 Mar Proven DELAY, WILLIAM-Nativ. IRL, DI,Ct.
of Com.Pl.,Monroe Co NY

420 1855, 19 Jun Proven DELANEY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI, Bef
I.M. McMasters, Clerk of
Com. Pl., Hamilton Co.OH

421 1855, 19 Jun Proven DELANCY, JOHN-Nativ. Ireland, DI
Hamilton Co., OH

293 1854, 15 Jun Proven DELANY, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs
Ago, Hamilton Co., OH

342 1854, 21 Oct Proven DELANY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI Commer- cial Ct. of Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH

511 1856, 4 Mar DITCHE, FRANK-Nativ. Bavaria, DI
Scioto Co. OH >2 Yr ago

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

419 1855, 19 Jun Proven DITCHLER, ABRAHAM-Nativ. Berne, DI
Scioto Co.,OH >2 yrs ago.

373 1855, 7 Mar Proven DONOGHUE, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

68 NRF 1852, 1 Jul DONOVAN, JERRY-Nativ. IRL, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

528 1856, 7 Mar Proven DORRIES, GEORGE-Nativ. Germany, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

45 1849, Jul DUES, BARNARD-Nativ. Prussia, Arr
1856, 26 Jun US 1856, 5 Mar, DI 1st
day of ct. term.

42 1852, 25 Jun Proven DUES, HENRY-Nativ. Prussia, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

518 1856, 5 Mar Proven DUFFEY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI, Law.
Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

382 1855, 8 Mar Proven EBERZ, ANTOINE-Nativ. Germany, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

490 NRF 1855, 2 Oct ECKHART, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover, Arr
US 1847, Jun at age 13
DI, Law. Co., OH ” 21.
170 1853, 16 Jun Proven EBBERT, DANIEL-Nativ. Hanover, DI
Hamilton Co. OH >2 Yrs ago.

504 1855, 3 Oct Proven EGBERT, CHRISTIAN FREDERICK-Nativ.
Hanover, DI Hamilton Co.,
OH >2 yrs ago.

170 1853, 16 Jun Proven EGBERT, HERMAN-Nativ. Hanover, DI
Hamilton Co., OH >2 yrs
Ago.
344 NRF 1854, 2 Oct EUTH, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. IRL, Arr
under age 18, DI Law. Co., OH >3 yrs ago.

381 1855, 8 Mar Proven FEARING, LEWIS-Nativ. Germany,
(Shaumberg-Leiptug), DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

430 1855, 21 Jun Proven FEENEY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
Ago, Law. Co., OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

169 1853, 15 Jun Proven FISHER, JOHN-Nativ. Germany, DI
Meigs Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

594 1856, 20 Jun FITZPATRICK, JAMES

344 1854, 2 Oct Proven FLOWERS, JOHN-Nativ. England, Arr
US 5 yrs ago under 18, DI
Washington Co., OH.

391 1855, 10 Mar Proven FROWAEIN, CHARLES-Nativ. Ger., DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

392 1855, 10 Mar Proven FROWAEIN, FREDERICK-Nativ. Ger, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

610 1856, 26 Jun FROWAEIN, WILLIAM

589 1856, 19 Jun Proven GARDMOR, MICHAEL-Nativ. Unk., DI
(Gardner) Proven to Ct.

322 1854, 28 Nov Proven GASSILL, JOHN-Nativ. Wittenberg, DI
Scioto Co.,OH >2 yrs ago.

375 1855, 7 Mar Proven GENAN, MURTY-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
(GENAU) Ago, Allegheny Co., PA.

419 1855, 19 Jun Proven GENHEIMER, WENDALE-Nativ. Bayerne,
DI Law. Co.,OH >2 yrs ago

19 1852, 21 Apr Proven GILLIS, MICHAEL-Nativ. Gr. Brt.-IRL
DI Armstrong Co., PA >2
Yrs ago.

235 1853, 28 Oct Proven GLASS, THOMAS-Nativ. England

344 1854, 2 Oct Proven GORDON, HUGH-Nativ. IRL, Arr US
under age 18, DI >3 yrs
ago, Law. Co., OH

445 1855, 23 Jun Proven GREEMANN, HENRY-Nativ. Oldenburg
DI, Law. Co., OH >2 yrs
ago.

430 1855, 21 Jun Proven GRAYMANN, JOSEPH-Nativ. Oldenburg
DI, Law. Co., OH >2 Yrs
ago.

280 1854, 13 Jun Proven GRIMSHAN, WILLIAM-Nativ. Isle of
Man, DI, Scioto Co., OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

322 1854, 28 Sep Proven GASSILL, JOHN-Nativ. Wittenburg
DI, Scioto Co., OH

365 1855, 7 Mar Proven HOGAN, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI, US
Ct. Western Dist. PA

381 1855, 8 Mar Proven HOGAN, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI
US Ct. West’n Dist. PA
>2 Yrs ago.

101 1852, 12 Nov Proven HOGAN, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL, DI,
Fayette Co., PA

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven HOWELL, WILLIAM-Nativ. Unknown

86 1852, 11 Nov Proven HEIM, CONRAD-Nativ. Switzerland,
DI Scioto Co., OH, >2 Yrs
ago.
582 1856, 18 Jun Proven HEALEY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, Nat’d in a group.

420 1855, 19 Jun Proven HITZER, VALENTINE-Nativ. Bavaria,
DI Scioto Co., OH

83 1852, 16 Jun Proven HOFFMAN, ADAM-Nativ. Ger., DI Bef.
Prothonotary of C.P. Ct.
Allegheny Co., PA >2 Yrs
ago.

170 1853, 16 Jun Proven HOFFMAN, FREDERICK LUDWIG-Nativ.
Wurtemburg, DI >2 yrs ago
Hamilton Co., OH

249 1854, 7 Mar Proven HOFFMAN, ROBERT-Nativ, Prussia, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

183 1853, 18 Jun Proven HOLLERN, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL, DI Ct.
of C. Pl.,Allegheny Co.PA

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven HOWELL, WILLIAM-Nativ. unknown.

329 1854, 29 Sep Proven HUDSON, JAMES-Nativ. Gr. Brt.& IRL,
Arr. age 18, DI 3 Yrs ago,
Law. Co., OH

259 1854, 9 Mar Proven HURST, WILLIAM-Nativ. Gr. Brt. DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

397 1855, 12 Mar Proven JOHNSTON, SAMUEL-Nativ. IRL, DI >2
Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

471 NRF 1855, 27 Sep JAMES, ALBERT-Nativ. Gr. Brt., Arr
1826, aged 2 yrs. Now 28.

80 1852, 9 Nov Proven JONES, DAVID-Nativ. Gr. Brt., DI
Gallia Co., OH

259 1854, 9 Mar Proven JONES, DAVID-Nativ. Wales, DI, Law.
Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

353(J-6) Proven JONES, JOHN-Nativ. Wales & Gr. Brt.
107 1852, 13 Nov (3?) Law. Co., OH

452 1855, 27 Jun Proven JOHNES, WILLIAM-Nativ. Wales, DI, (JONNES) Western Dist. Ct. of PA

322 1854, 28 Sep Proven KAHLE, JOHN-Nativ. of Hanover, DI,
>2yrs Ago, Scioto Co., OH

398 NRF 1855, 12 Mar KARNEY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI Law.
Co., OH

397 1855, 12 Mar Proven KAVILL, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
Ago, Law. Co., OH

376 1855, 7 Mar Proven KEOSLEIN, GEORGE-Nativ. Bavaria, DI
Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago.

339 1854, 30 Sep Proven KERIVEN, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs ago, Jackson Co., OH

430 1855, 21 Jun Proven KEEFE, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
Ago, Center Co., PA

267 1854, 10 Mar Proven KEIFER, CHARLES-Nativ. Hanover, DI
Scioto Co., OH, >2 yrs ago.

473 1855, 28 Sep Proven KELLEY, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
Ago, Allegheny Co., PA

205 1853, 24 Oct Proven KENTNER, JOHN-DI Law. Co. OH >2 yrs
Ago,Nativ. Whittenburg(sic)

421 1855, 21 Jun Proven KERR, WILLIAM-Nativ. IRL, DI made
Luzerne Co., PA

430 1855, 21 Jun Proven KEENEY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 yrs
(?See FEENEY) Ago, Law. Co., OH

437 1855, 21 Jun Proven KERNE, JOHN PHILIP-Nativ. Bavaria
(KERN) DI Law. Co., OH

375 1855, 7 Mar Proven KINNEY, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL,DI >2 yrs
Ago, Clarion Co., PA

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

418 1855, 19 Jun Proven KNIE, JOHN WILLIAM-Nativ. Nassau
DI Franklin Co., OH >2 yr
Ago.

526 1856, 6 Mar Proven KOHSIRK, CHARLES AUGUSTUS-Nativ.
Hanover, DI 2 yrs ago, Ct.
of Com. Pl. Hamilton Co.OH

377 1855, 7 Mar Proven LAKEL, AUGUST-Nativ. Hanover, Arr
At age 14, DI >3 yrs ago,
Law. Co., OH
480 1855, 29 Sep Proven LEWIS, DANIEL-Nativ. Wales, DI >2
Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

536 1856, 8 Mar Proven LEWIS, DAVID-Nativ. Wales, DI >2 Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

476 1855, 29 Sep Proven LEARY, THOMAS W.-Nativ. IRL, DI Ct.
of Com. Pl.,Clarion Co.,OH
>2 Yrs ago.

319 1854, 28 Sep Proven LINES, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs
Ago, Madison Co., OH

471 1855, 27 Sep Proven LOHRNAM, JOSEPH-Nativ. Hanover,DI
Hamilton Co., OH >2 yrs ago

470 1855, 27 Sep Proven LUNSMAN, BURNHAM HENRY-DI Hamilton
Co., OH >2 yrs ago.
Nativ. Hanover

199 NRF 1853, 21 Jun MAEAR, WILLIAM JOHN-Nativ Prussia,
Arr US 1847, Aug

199 NRF 1853, 21 Jun MAER, LOUIS-Nativ. Prussia, Arr US
1852, Oct

40 1852, 24 Jun Proven MAHONEY, MATHEW-Nativ. IRL,
DI, Venango Co., PA

385 1855, 9 Mar Proven MAHONEY, DENNIS-Nativ. IRL, DI-2 Yrs ago, Law. Co. OH
445 1855, 23 Jun Proven MANDELL, FREDERICK-Nativ. Hanover
(MONDEL) Arr. 1849, Jul

475 1855, 28 Sep Proven MARKLE, ..?..-Nativ. Wurtenburg,
DI Law. Co., OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

424 1855, 20 Jun Proven MARTIN, DAVID-Nativ. Wales,
DI Hamilton Co., OH

447 1855, 20 Jun Proven MATHEWS, JOHN-Nativ. England
DI Ohio Co., VA

298 1854, 16 Jun Proven MELCHER, JOHN-Nativ. Ger. DI >2 yrs Ago, Clerk West’n Dist. PA

376 1855, 7 Mar Proven MILLER, FREDERICK-Nativ. Bavaria,
Ger. DI Ct. Com. Pl.
Scioto Co., OH

442 NRF 1855, 13 Mar MILLER, MICHIEL (sic)-Nativ. Saxony
(402?) Arr 1852, Jan,DI Law Co.,OH

348 1854, 3 Oct Proven MINCH, LEWIS-Nativ. Bavaria, Arr <3
Yrs age; now > 21.
DI Law. Co., OH >3 yrs ago

349 1854, 3 Oct Proven MORGAN, CONRAD-Nativ. Bavaria, Arr
US <18 age; now >21.
DI Law. Co., OH 3 yrs ago

393 1855, 10 Mar Proven MOUEL, GEORGE-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH 2 yrs ago

393 1855, 10 Mar Proven MOWREY, CHRISTOPHER-Nativ. Baden Arr age 14, DI >3 yrs ago
Law. Co., OH

393 1855, 10 Mar Proven MOWREY, GEORGE-Nativ. Baden,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

510 1856, 4 Mar Proven MURPHY, JAMES-Nativ. IRL
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

431 1855, 21 Jun Proven MURPHY, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, DI Bef.
THOS. Proctor >2 yrs ago,
Law. Co., OH

101 1852, 12 Nov Proven MURPHY, MATTHEW-Nativ. IRL, DI Ct.
Quarter Sess., >3 yrs ago
Allegheny Co., PA

376 1855, 7 Mar Proven MURPHY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

278 1854, 14 Jun Proven MURPHY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI
N. Y. Co. & City 3 yrs ago

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

509 1856, 4 Mar Proven MURPHY, THOMAS-Nativ IRL, DI
State of PA 2 yrs ago

381 1855, 8 Mar Proven MUEHLING, JOHN-Nativ. Baden, Ger.
DI Allegheny Co., PA 2 yrs
Ago.

165 1853, 15 Jun Proven McCARTY, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

101 1852, 12 Nov Proven McCARTY, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL, DI >2
Yrs ago, Hamilton Co.,OH

543 1856, 8 Mar Proven McCUANAME, EMANUEL-Nativ. IRL, DI
(McCuanarn) Ct. of Com. Pl., Vanderburg Co., Indiana.
397 1855, 12 Mar Proven McDERMOTT, PAUL-Nativ. IRL, DI >2
Yrs ago, Law. Co., OH

55 1852, 29 Jun Proven McDONALD, JOHN-Nativ. Scotland
DI Cinn., Hamilton Co., OH

367 1855, 7 Mar Proven McGAFFREY, TERENCE-Nativ. Unknown
DI Allegheny Co., PA

320 1854, 28 Sep Proven McGINLEY, ROBERT-Nativ. IRL,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

319 1854, 28 Sep Proven McJOYNT, JAMES-Nativ. IRL, DI >2 Yrs Ago, Allegheny Co., PA
610 1856. 26 Jun Proven McNICHOLS, PATRICK-Nativ. unknown

428 1855, 21 Jun Proven NEIMAN, JOSEPH-Nativ. Prussia

428 1855. 21 Jun Proven NOLTE, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

428 1855, 21 Jun Proven OLGEMULLER, GEORGE-Nativ. Prussia
DI Hamilton Co.OH >2 yrs
Ago.

429 1855, 21 Jun Proven OLGEMULLER, John Henry-Nativ. Prussia
DI Hamilton Co. OH

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven OSMYER, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Unknown
DI Group, Law. Co., OH

482 1855, 1 Oct Proven OUAR, GEORGE-Nativ. Germany, DI
Gallia Co., OH >2 yrs ago

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven PARLAU, PETER-Nativ. Unknown

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

610 1856, 26 Jun Proven PRESWICH, JOHN-Nativ. Unknown
DI Group, Law. Co., OH

610 1856, 26 Jun Proven PRICE, DAVID-Nativ. Unknown

419 1855, 19 Jun Proven PRICE, JAMES-Nativ. Wales, DI
(420?) Franklin Co., OH

470 1855, 27 Sep Prove PRIM, ADAM-Nativ. Hanover
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

321 1854, 28 Sep Proven PRIOR, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover, DI Hamilton Co., OH >2 yrs
Ago

381 1855, 8 Mar Proven PRITCHARD, JOHN-Nativ. Wales
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

179 1853, 17 Jun Proven PRITCHET, DAVID-Nativ. Unknown, DI
Cir. Ct. Western PA >2 yrs
Ago.
19 NRF 1852, 21 Apr RAMSEY, JOHN-Nativ. Gr. Brt.& IRL,
Arr US 1845, Jun

348 1854, 3 Oct Proven RANSHAHOUS, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover
Arr US <18 now >21 yrs age

179 1853, 17 Jun Proven REECE, JOHN-Nativ. Wales, DI Cir.
Ct. Westn. Dist. PA >2 yrs
Ago.

80 1852, 9 Nov Proven REINSISH, JAMES-Nativ. Wales, DI Cir. Ct. Western PA

320 1854, 28 Sep Proven RICE, WILLIAM-Nativ. Bavaria,
DI Law. Co.,OH >2 yrs ago

473 1855, 28 Sep Proven RICHARDS, DAVID-Nativ. Gr. Brt. &
IRL, DI >2 yrs ago,
Marine Ct. of N.Y.

55 1852, 29 Jun Proven RICHARDS, JOHN L.-Nativ. Wales, DI
Allegheny Co., MD
491 1855, 2 Oct Proven RICKER, FRANK-Nativ. Hanover,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

165 1853, 13 Jun Proven RING, LAWRENCE-Nativ. IRL,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

504 1855, 3 Oct Proven ROBERTS, ROBERT-Nativ. Wales,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

230 1853, 27 Oct Proven ROBESON, WILLIAM-Nativ. Eng. DI
Cir. Ct. Washington, PA

510 1856, 4 Mar Proven ROESER, JOHN-Nativ. Austria
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

281 1854, 13 Jun Proven ROGGE, HENRY-Nativ. Hanover, Arr
US, at Baltim. 1839, Sep
or Oct. DI >4 yrs ago,
Law. Co., OH

508 1855, 4 Mar Proven ROLLING, CLEMMONS-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

349 1854, 3 Oct Proven RUFF, GEORGE-Nativ. Germany; DI >3
Yrs ago, Clarion Co., OH

475 1855, 28 Sep Proven SALLER, MICHAEL-Nativ. Wurtemburg
DI Hamilton Co., OH

535 1856, 8 Mar Proven SAMUELS, WILLIAM-Nativ. Wales
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

396 1855, 12 Mar Proven SANDERS, AVERT-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

582 1856, 18 Jun Proven SANDERS, FREDERICK-Nativ. Unknown

511 1856, 4 Mar Proven SCHANLCTY, PETER-Nativ. Prussia
DI Law. Co., OH

365 1855, 7 Mar Proven SCHANTCLY, FRANCIS-Nativ. Baden,
DI Scioto Co., OH

299 1854, 16 Jun Proven SCHMITTEN, MATHIAS-Nativ. Prussia
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

336 1854, 29 Sep Proven SCHWAB, LUDWIG (Doctor)-Nativ. Unk
Arr. 5 yrs bef. DI 1 yr ago
DI Law. Co., OH

343 1854, 2 Oct Proven SCOTT, CHARLES-Nativ. Baden, DI >2
Yrs ago, Scioto Co., OH

343 1854, 2 Oct Proven SCOTT, HENRY-Nativ. Baden,
DI Law. Co., OH >3 yrs ago

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

374 1855, 7 Mar Proven SHERIDAN, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL,
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

511 1856, 4 Mar Proven SHILLING, PETER-Nativ. Prussia
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

534 1856, 8 Mar Proven SHRUBB, SEBASTIAN-Nativ. Ger.
DI Ct. of Com. Pl. Allegheny Co., PA

380 1855, 8 Mar Proven SILVERMAN, SAMUEL-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., Oh

367 1855, 8 Mar Proven SILVERMAN, SIMON-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH

382 NRF 1855, 8 Mar SIMMERS, MICHAEL-Nativ. Bavaria, Ger., Arr US 1846, May

511 1856, 4 Mar Proven SLAGEL, GEORGE-Nativ. Berne
DI Scioto Co., OH

256 1854, 8 Mar Proven SMITTEN, CHRISTIAN-Nativ. Prussia Arr US 1848 under 18 yrs,
DI Law. Co., OH

422 1855, 19 Jun Proven SOUSER, AUGUSTUS-Nativ. Hanover, DI
Scioto Co., OH >2 yrs ago

377 1855, 7 Mar Proven SOWASH, NICHOLAS-Nativ. Austria
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

366 1855, 7 Mar Proven SPANNER, CONRAD-Nativ. Baravia(sic)
DI Hamilton Co., OH

349 1854, 3 Oct Proven STEIN, HENRY-Nativ. Germany, DI >2
Yrs ago Nandengurg Co.,IND
407 1855, 13 Mar Proven STOCHER, MICHAEL-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

375 1855, 7 Mar Proven STOCKMAN, LEWIS-Nativ. Brunswick
DI Law. Co., OH

322 1854, 28 Sep Proven STRAHE, ANDREW-Nativ. Wittenburg
DI Scioto Co., Oh >2 yrs
Ago

384 1855, 9 Mar Proven STROUBLE, JOHN-Nativ. Wurtemburg
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

575 1856, 17 Jun Proven STUNTEBECK, HENRY-Nativ. Unknown
DI proved before Court

40 1852, 24 Jun SULIVAN, JEREMIAH-Nativ. IRL
582 1856, 18 Jun Arr 1847. 19 Jun
443 NRF 1855, 14 Mar SIELBOUGH, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany
(403) (Nassau) Arr 1852, May

366 1855, 7 Mar Proven TEILBACK, JOHN-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

331 1854, 29 Sep Proven THELHEIFER, MICHAEL-Nativ. Bavaria
DI Scioto Co., OH >2 yrs Ago
280 1854, 13 Jun Proven THOMAS, DAVID J.-Nativ. Wales, DI
Armstrong Co., PA >2 yrs
Ago
444 1855, 23 Jun Proven TRAPPE, AUGUST-Nativ. Bremen
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

444 1855, 23 Jun Proven TRAPPE, ERNEST-Nativ. Bremen
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago
491 1855, 2 Oct Proven TRESEL, JOSEPH-Nativ. Germany,
DI >2 yrs ago, Cir. Ct. Westsern Dist. PA

378 1855, 7 Mar Proven UPTON, GILES-Nativ. IRL,
Arr 1821, Sep

68 1852, 1 Jul Proven VISSOND, JOHN-Nativ. England
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

279 1854, 13 Jun Proven VONDERMARK, HENRY-Nativ. Prussia DI
Hamilton Co., OH >2 yrs ago

377 1855, 7 Mar Proven WAGONER, JOHN-Nativ. Baden, DI >2 Yrs ago, Dearborn Co., IN

492 1855, 2 Oct Proven WALLWORK, JOSEPH-Nativ. England
DI Butler Co., OH

492 1855, 2 Oct Proven WALLWORK, MILTON-Nativ. England
DI Butler Co., OH

168 1853, 15 Jun Proven WALTMAN, LEWIS,Nativ. Hanover, Ger.
DI Scioto Co., OH

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

374 1855, 7 Mar Proven WARD, JOHN-Nativ. IRL, DI U.S. Ct.
Western Dist of PA

392 1855, 10 Mar Proven WIDDEH, FREDERICK-Nativ. Germany
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

610 1856, 26 Jun Proven WEAVER, ROBERT-Nativ. Unknown

199 NRF 1853, 21 Jun WELCH, THOMAS-Nativ. IRL, Arr 1850

53 1852, 29 Jun Proven WEIH, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany, Arr
Phila., PA, DI there

221 1853, 26 Oct Proven WESEL, JOHN HENRY-Nativ. Prussia
DI Law. Co., OH 4 yrs ago

432 1855, 24 Jun Proven WILD, JARVIS-Nativ. England
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

367 1855, 7 Mar Proven WISE, HENRY-Nativ. Bavaria
DI Wood Co., VA

444 1855, 23 Jun Proven WITSCZELL, GEORGE-Nativ. Bavaria
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

259 1854, 9 Mar Proven YOUNG, WILLIAM-Nativ. Hanover
DI Law. Co., OH >2 yrs ago

……………………………

NATURALIZATIONS
From the Common Pleas Court Journals
JOURNAL 9
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical data:

9 1856, 26 Sep Proven ABRAHAMS, JOHN

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven BAKER, FREDERICK

5 1856, 25 Sep Proven BAUTE, GEORGE HENRY-DI in
A group

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven BECK,(Berk) HENRY

480 1859, 7 Mar Proven BEE, MICHAEL

74 1857, 3 Mar Proven BERVAED, WILLIAM I.

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven BETTS. PHILLIP T.
(BITES)

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven BICKMAN, CHARLES

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven BIK, CHRISTIAN-
(BICK)
415 NRF 1858, 30 Sep BLAKE, JOHN

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven BOLL, FRANK H.

292 1858, 8 Mar Proven BOIL, CHARLES
(BOLL)
437 1858, 4 Oct Proven BROWN, THOMAS

197 1857, 24 Sep Proven CARMANN, ANTHONY

69 1856, 4 Oct Proven COMPSTON, NOAH

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven CARROL, JAMES

102 1857, 9 Mar Proven CARY, JOHN

274 1858, 5 Mar Proven CAULEY, JOHN

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven CHRISTOL, THOMAS

485 1859, 8 Mar Proven CLAREY, CORNELIUS

205 1857, 26 Sep Proven COLL, TAGE

54 1856, 3 Oct Proven COLLIER, JOHN

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

46 1856, 4 Oct Proven COMPSTON, NOAH

46 1856, 2 Oct Proven CONDEN, JAMES

187 1857, 24 Jun Proven CONLIN, MARTIN

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven COOK, JOHN

15 1856, 27 Sep Proven CRAINER, PATRICK

416 1858, 30 Sep Proven DAULTON, JAMES
(DALTON)

455 1858, 7 Oct Proven DAVIS, JOHN B.

471 1858, 9 Oct Proven DAVIS, JOSEPH T.

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven DAVIS, THOMAS J.

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven DAUGHERTY, CHARLES

312 1858, 10 Mar Proven DAVENPORT BENJAMIN

391 1858, 23 Jun Proven DAVEY, MARTIN

379 1858, 21 Jun Proven DAVEY, THOMAS

327 1858, 12 Mar Proven DELANEY, ARTHUR

9 1859, 26 Sep Proven DINSMORE, HENRY

511 1859, 12 Mar Proven DOHM, PETER
(DOHEN)

449 1858, 6 Oct Proven DOOLAN, THOMAS

205 1857, 28 Sep Proven DORRES, FREDERICK
(DORRIES)

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven DUFFY, CHARLES

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven EBERLY, ERNEST

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven EBERLY, JOSEPH

511 1859, 12 Mar Proven EDWARDS, THOS.

554 1859, 19 Mar Proven EVANS, JOHN E.

471 1858, 9 Oct Proven EVANS, JOHN T.

346 1858, 16 Jun Proven EVENS, DAVID

386 1858, 22 Jun Proven FREDLY, BARNEY

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical
379 1858, 21 Jun Proven FARLEY, JOHN

205 1857, 26 Sep Proven FINN, PATRICK

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven FISCHER, BARTHOLAMEW

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven FISHER, HENRY

238 1857, 2 Oct Proven FISHER, JOHN H.

415 1858, 30 Sep Proven FLER, FRANCIS

197 1857, 24 Sep Proven FLEAR, BARNEY

27 1856. 29 Sep Proven FOX, ARTHUR

35 1856, 30 Sep Proven FOX, GEORGE

379 1858, 21 Jun Proven FRELEY, JOHN

386 1858, 22 Jun Proven FREEL, PATRICK

208 1857, 28 Sep Proven FROWEIN, AUGUST

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven FRUERLER, WILLIAM

208 1857, 25 Sep Proven FRY, JOSEPH

449 1858, 6 Oct Proven FULLER, JOSEPH

527 1859, 15 Mar Proven FULTON, DAVID

263 1858, 2 Mar Proven GADEN, BARNEY

351 1857, 17 Jun Proven GALIVAN, PAETRICK

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven GALLAHER, EDWARD

69 1856, 4 Oct Proven GARTY, MICHAEL

69 1856, 4 Oct Proven GAVIN, PATRICK

415 1858, 30 Sep Proven GAUL, WILLIAM

415 NRF 1858, 30 Sep GAUL, HENRY

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven GELDEN, PATRICK

107 1857, 11 Mar Proven GILBRAITH, JAMES

205 1857, 26 Sep Proven GOLDEN, JACOB

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven GORY, JOHN

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

265 1858, 3 Mar Proven HANDLE, GEORGE

79 1857, 4 Mar Proven HARTLEDGE, HENRY

437 NRF 1858, 4 Oct HARBAUGH, GEORGE

143 1857, 19 Jun Proven HOBSTETTER, ADAM

5 1856, 25 Sep Proven HOKISON, JOSEPH

143 1857, 19 Jun Proven HOMAL, AUGUST

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven HOPKINS, HOWARD

143 1857, 19 Jun Proven HOWELL, THOMAS

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven HUDSON, JOHN

416 1858, 30 Sep Proven HULLEIN, VALENTINE

79 1857, 4 Mar Proven HULSMAN, GASPER

346 1858, 16 Jun Proven JAMES, SAMUEL

107 1857, 10 Mar Proven JAMISON, JOHN
346 1858, 16 Jun Proven JINKENS, EDWARD

437 NRF 1858, 4 Oct JONES, DAVID

420 NRF 1858, 1 Oct JONES, DAVID L.

27 1858, 29 Sep Proven JONES, EVAN

437 1858, 4 Oct Proven JONES, OWEN D.

9 1856, 26 Sep Proven JONES, WILLIAM D.

457 NRF 1858, 8 Oct JOSHUA, JOSEPH

457 NRF 1858, 8 Oct JOSHUA, WILLIAM E.

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven KAVNEY, PATRICK

471 1858, 9 Oct Proven KAYLOR, FREDERICK

524 1859, 14 Mar Proven KOREN, LUKE

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven KERTZ, GEORGE

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven KINNY, FRANCIS

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

416 1858, 30 Sep Proven KIRK, THOMAS

386 1858, 22 Jun Proven KOSTER, THEODORE, Sr.

197 1857, 24 Sep Proven LANGLIN, MICHAEL O.
(O’LANGLIN)
205 1857, 26 Sep Proven LATHEN, PATRICK

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven LEE, JOHN

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven LEFFER, GEORGE

208 1857, 28 Sep Proven LEIBURY, ADAM

279 1858, 5 Mar Proven LOEYR, PATRICK

554 1859, 19 Mar Proven LOUTENSLAGER, H.

415 1858, 30 Sep Proven LEVI, HENRY

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven LEWIS, DANIEL

471 1858, 9 Oct Proven LEWIS, THOMAS

5 1856, 25 Sep Proven LEWELLYN, LEWELLYN

54 1856, 3 Oct Proven LLOYD, DAVID

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven in Grp. LLOYD, JOHN

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven LLOYD, WILLIAM

443 1858, 5 Oct Proven LITTLE, GEORGE B.

437 1858, 4 Oct Proven LIVINGSTON, HUGH

437 1858, 4 Oct Proven LIVINGSTON, JOHN

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven LONG, FREDERICK

386 1858, 22 Jun Proven LONG, MATHAIS

457 1858, 8 Oct Proven MACK, MARTIN

263 1858, 2 Mar Proven MADEN, THOMAS

292 1858, 8 Mar Proven MODLING, PHILLIP

46 1856, 2 Oct Proven MORRIS, ENOCH

563 1859, 28 Jun Proven MIDDLEHEISER, LEWIS

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven MILLER, MICHAEL, Jr.

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven MILLIGAN, PATRICK

420 NRF 1858, 1 Oct MITCHELL, ROBERT

471 1858, 9 Oct Proven MONGHIR, HENRY

342 1858, 1 Oct Proven MOOTH, HENRY

168 1857, 22 Jun Proven MORGAN, MOSES

9 1856, 26 Sep Proven McBRIDE, ARCHIBALD

454 1858, 7 Oct Proven McCAULEY, DENNIS

379 1858, 21 Jun Proven McEVANS, HUGH

437(1) 1858, 4 Oct Proven McGOVERN, EDWARD

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven McGOVERN, JAMES

292 1858, 8 Mar Proven McINTINE, WILLIAM
(McINTIRE?)
489 1859, 9 Mar Proven McKOAN, WILLIAM

424(0) 1858, 2 Oct Proven McMAKIN, DENNIS

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven McMAKIN, JOHN

424(0) 1858, 2 Oct Proven McMAKIN, OWEN

208 1857, 28 Sep Proven McGINLEY, MICHAEL

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven NEWBERGER, GEORGE

449 1858, 6 Oct Proven NEWBRIDGE, FREDERICK

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven O’BRYAN, HENRY

46 1856, 2 Oct Proven PARKER, BENJAMIN

457 1858, 8 Oct Proven PRICE, WALTER

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven PUGH, JOHN

15 1856, 27 Sep Proven QUINN, JOHN

416 1858, 30 Sep Proven RABBER, CHRISTIAN

5 1856, 25 Sep Proven RAFFERTY, JOHN

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

223 1857, 30 Sep Proven RAUK, JOHN JOSEPH

223 1857, 30 Sep Proven RAINE,JOSEPH

480 1859, 7 Mar Proven RHODES, JOHN-Nativ. Germany

449 1858, 6 Oct Proven REATH, WOLF

79 1857, 4 Mar Proven REDIKER, HENRY CHRISTOPHER

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven RIFFLEMACHER, MICHAEL

208 1857, 28 Sep Proven ROBERTS, EDWARD

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven ROUCH, PETER

577 1858, 1 Jul Proven ROSENBAUM, THOMAS

9 1856, 26 Sep Proven SCAFER, ERNEST

416 1858, 30 Sep Proven SEGAR, FRANCIS

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven SHAW, BARDEN

263 1858, 2 Mar Proven SHALES, JAMES

263 1858, 2 Mar Proven SHALES, JOHN

108 1857, 11 Mar Proven SHENUET, FRANCIS

187 1857, 24 Mar Proven SHELDS, CARMEL

228 1857, 1 Oct Proven SHEADAN, JOSEPH

480 1859, 7 Mar Proven SHERMAN, JOHN

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven SHERIDAN, OWEN

312 1858, 10 Mar Proven SHARIDAN, MICHAEL

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven SIMONS, JOHN

437 NRF 1858, 4 Oct SIMON,, JOHN

379 1858, 21 Jun Proven SMITH, PETER

480 1859, 7 Mar Proven SMOTT, CHARLES

46 1856, 2 Oct Proven SOMERS, ANDREW

415 1858, 30 Sep Proven SPINTIG, CHRISTOPHER

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

79 1857, 4 Mar Proven SPREKELMEIRER, HENRY

54 1856, 3 Oct Proven SUTTIER, MICHAEL

437 1858, 4 Oct Proven SWEENEY, DENNIS

54 1856, 3 Oct Proven THOMAS, JACOB

107 1857, 10 Mar Proven THOMAS, THOMAS

457 NRF 1858, 8 Oct TODD, WILLIAM

415 1858, 30 Sep Proven TRAPP, HENRY

415 NRF 1858, 30 Sep TUCHTER, ERNEST WITH

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven VALENTINE, JOHN

485 1859, 8 Mar Proven VANDERHOLT, HENRY

342 1858, 15 Jun Proven VAUGHTS, PETER

420 1858, 1 Oct Proven VELLAY, CHRISTOPHER

424 1858, 2 Oct Proven VOGLE, BARTHASEN

27 1856, 29 Sep Proven WARD, JOHN

511 1859, 12 Mar Proven WARD, MICHAEL

263 1858, 2 Mar Proven WARD, THOMAS

205 1857, 26 Sep Proven WARNER, JOHN

437 1858, 4 Oct Proven WATTERS, DAVID

480 1859, 7 Mar Proven WEINICKE, HENRY

35 1856, 30 Sep Proven WELCH, THOMAS

386 1858, 22 Jun Proven WENKE, JOHN

74 1857, 3 Mar Proven WHALEY, WILLIAM

449 NRF 1858, 16 Oct WIKE, MARTIN

15 1856, 27 Sep Proven WILLIAMS, DAVID

498 1859, 10 Mar Proven WILLIAMS, HENRY

205 1857, 26 Sep Proven WILLIAMS, THOMAS

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

454(5) NRF 1858, 7 Oct WILLIAMS, WILLIAM D. Nativ. Great Britain
437 1858, 4 Oct Proven WISE, MALEKIAH

437 NRF 1858, 4 Oct WITTMARHOUSAR, CHRISTOPHER

415 NRF 1858, 30 Sep WORBURN, JACOB

415 NRF 1858, 30 Sep ZIMMERMAN, VALENTINE

……………………

NATURALIZATIONS
From the Common Pleas Court Journals
JOURNAL 10
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

217 1860, 24 Sep Proven AMES, WILLIAM

369 1861, 13 May Proven CARP, GEORGE

233 1860, 1 Oct Proven COYLE, BERNARD

217 1860, 24 Sep Proven FARRELLY, JAMES

239 1860, 2 Oct Proven GAUL, WILLIAM

271 1860, 13 Oct Proven GREEN, PATRICK
226 1860, 28 Sep Proven HAILEY, PATRICK

233 1860, .. Oct Proven HARTY, MICHAEL

226 1860, 28 Sep Proven LIEBERMAN, ANTON

9 1859, 3 Nov Proven SWANEY, STEPHEN

NATURALIZATIONS
From the Common Pleas Court Journals
JOURNAL 11
LAWRENCE COUNTY, OHIO

Page Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

181 1863, 25 Sep Proven GOLLOHER, PATRICK

…………………………..

NATURALIZATIONS

From a Probate Court DAILY RECORD

March 3, 1862 to January 3, 1863

Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & BiograQphical

1862, 13 Jun Proven ABELE, ANDREW-Nativ. Germany, Subject of King of Wurtemberg

1862, 2 Sep Proven ABLE, GEORGE-Nativ. Bavaria

1862, 23 May Proven BERNDT, PETER-Nativ. Bavaria

1862, 10 Mar Proven DAVIS, THOMAS-Nativ. Unknown

1862, 2 Oct Proven FISHER, ERNEST-Nativ. Germany Subject of Duke of Hesse Cassel
1862, 7 Jul Proven HELWICK, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany
Subject of Duke of Hesse
Cassel
1862, 7 Jul Proven HERBOLT, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany
Subject of Duke of Hesse
Cassel
1862, 7 Apr Proven JONES, EVAN-Nativ. Not given

1862, 2 Jun Proven KOSTER, WILLIAM-Nativ. Germany
Subject of King of Holland

1862, 1 Oct Proven LEARY, MARTIN-Nativ. IRL

1862, 7 Apr Proven LEWIS, THOMAS W.-Nativ. Not given

1862, 14 Jul Proven McCAFFERTY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL,<18 yrs
Subject of Queen of England

1862, 1 Sep Proven McCARTY, JOHN-Nativ. IRL

1862, 8 Sep Proven McDONALD, CHARLES-Nativ. IRL

1862, 1 Sep Proven O’DONNELL, NATHANIEL-Nativ. IRL

1862, 8 Sep Proven McDONOUGH, PATRICK-Nativ. IRL

1862, 14 Oct Proven PHILLIPS, THOMAS-Nativ. Wales

1862, 22 Jul Proven RAFFERTY, JAMES-Nativ. IRL
Subject of Queen of England

1862, 8 Jul Proven SCHWENGER, JOSEPH A.-Nativ. Germany
Subject of Grand Duke of Baden

Yr. Nat’d Yr. of D.I. Surname & Biographical

1862, 8 Jul Proven SCHWENGER, JOSEPH A.-Nativ. Germany
Subject of Grand Duke of Baden

1862, 7 Apr Proven SHARP, JAMES-Nativ. Not given

1862, 7 Apr Proven SHARP, WILLIAM-Nativ. Not given, Under age 18

1862, 29 Jul Proven SPINTIG, CHRIS-Nativ. Germany
Subject of King of Hanover

1862, 29 Jul Proven TRAPP, HENRY-Nativ. Germany
Subject of King of Hanover

Eisenbarth-Henderson Showboat

Eisenbarth-Henderson Showboat

 

Ellsworth Eugene Eisenbarth was born October 22, 1864, in Ironton, Ohio. The family later moved to Wetzel County, West Virginia. By 1889, Eisenbarth was traveling the mid-Atlantic states in “The Oregon Indian Medicine Show,” which featured such entertainment as real cowboys and “Indians.” He next bought a floating store, which he refitted as a showboat and christened “The Eisenbarth Wild West & Floating Opera.” The endeavor lasted from 1891 to 1895. By the late 1890s, Eisenbarth and his wife Julia had founded “The Eisenbarth & Henderson Mammoth and Combined Uncle Tom’s Cabin Company,” complete with calliope, band and orchestra, which also traveled throughout the middle states by rail. In February of 1900, E.E. and Julia converted a glass barge named the E.V. Poke No. 2 into “The Eisenbarth-Henderson Floating Theatre, Temple of Amusement.” This showboat and its successor (“The Eisenbarth-Henderson Floating Theatre-The New Great Modern Temple of Amusement”) were devoted to bringing Shakespearean plays and other dramas, such as “Human Hearts” to the waterways. Eisenbarth also worked with a traveling company of players, perhaps to remain off the rivers during the winter months. The Temple cleared more money than almost any other boat on the Ohio River, even though it only played four nights a week and never on Sunday. Julia Eisenbarth died sometime after, and E.E. remarried in 1908 to Jennie Salina Brown. In 1909, he presented his last show on a riverboat, “The Castle.” He sold The Temple showboat to the Needham-Steiner Amusement Company that year, and although he made bids on other boats, these proved unsuccessful and The Temple ended up being his last showboat.

A photograph showing the interior and performers of the first “Temple of Amusement” showboat, owned by E. E. Eisenbarth.

Portrait of Julia Ann (Henderson) Eisenbarth, wife of E.E. Eisenbarth.

 

Eisenbarth’s first showboat at anchor on an unidentified river. The side reads “Eisenbarth’s Combined Wild West and Opera.”

The Eisenbarth family seated in a convertible automobile with a calliope in the back seat. A calliope, also known as a steam organ, was a musical instrument commonly used on riverboats or in circuses.

isenbarth-Henderson Floating Theater poster advertising a production of “Faust” by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

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1982 N&W Train Wreck

The following photos are from a 1982  train derailment at Hanging Rock. The Norfolk & Western was carrying canned food when it wrecked. The cause of the crash was due to a broken wheel.

Court House at Ironton Burned

Court House at Ironton Burned

“The Spirit of Democracy.” Woodsfield, Ohio, 30 Mar 1875; page 2

Ironton, Ohio, March 23. – At about 1 o’clock this morning the Court House took fire and burned.  The Treasurer’s, Recorder’s, Sheriff’s, and Probate Judge’s offices, with the main court room, and the jury and witness rooms, were destroyed.  The records, except the Probate were all saved.  The safe is all right.  The Auditor’s, Clerk’s, and Commissioner’s offices were uninjured.  The loss is estimated at $12,000; insured for $8,000.

Courtesy Lawrence County Engineer’s Office