Fayette Township

Fayette Township

Ironton Register, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1886

  • We are recovering from the effects of the blizzard, but there is no joy over the beautiful snow. The wind left the roads bare in many places, and there is no sleighing.

  • Mrs. Emma Alford, of Beechy, Indiana, spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moore.

  • Alice Moore came home for the holidays.

  • Charley Ryan and wife spent Christmas here.

  • Mrs. Creely, of South Point, visited here last week.

  • Some of our people have been attending the protracted meeting at Buffalo.

  • Ada Moore died Dec. 19th of consumption. She was a bright industrious girl of nineteen, and since her mother’s death, several years ago, she had kept house for her father. She passed away peacefully, and her father and two little brothers are left alone in the home that she made bright and comfortable. She was buried at Lebanon, and the large crowd that followed her to the grave testified to the respect that her earnest life and devotion to her family had won her.

FAYETTE TOWNSHIP – IRONTON WEEKLY REGISTER, FEBRUARY 11, 1893

  • The Angel of death called at Mr. G. Turner’s one day last week and took his infant to join its mother who died a few months ago.

  • Mrs. Clark Moore is still on the sick roll.

  • Misses Adams, of Rockwood, spent last Sunday with the Misses Ransbottom.

  • Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas entertained quite a number of their young friends one evening last week.

  • Miss Chapman spent last Saturday with Miss Emma Foster.

  • Mr. J. F. Hurt, of Colfax, Ill., spent last week with relatives at Fish Lake and Mt. Pleasant.

  • Miss Vesta Moore, of Manhattan, visited friends on Buffalo last week.

  • Mr. Charlie Adams made a flying visit to Fish Lake this week.

FAYETTE TOWNSHIP – IRONTON WEEKLY REPUBLICAN, 13 MAY 1893

  • Farmers are busy planting corn.

  • Mrs. Maggie D. Kouns, of Shreveport, La., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Drury.

  • The 3rd quarterly meeting will be held at Burlington in the M. P. Church May 13th and 14th.

  • Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mace, of Burlington, spent Sunday last with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Moore of Manhattan.

  • Messrs. Brightman and Remy of Charleston, W. Va., spent Saturday and Sunday in Burlington.

  • Miss Sallie Cooper of north Sybene, spent a few days last week in Huntington, W. Va.

  • Mrs. A. W. Hurt gave a quilting party and rag sewing for her sisters and a few intimate friends.

  • Misses Laura and Mattie Moore, of Manhattan make a flying trip to your city (Ironton) last Saturday.

FAYETTE TOWNSHIP – IRONTON WEEKLY REPUBLICAN, MAY 13, 1893

  • The Misses Sparling, of Coal Grove, were the guests of Misses Laura and Ollie Moore Saturday and Sunday.

  • The Solida Creek Baptist Sunday School is flourishing.

  • Misses E. and H. Moore, of Ironton, were visiting their parents, of Manhattan, Sunday.

  • Mr. Jim Kates who spent the past (Do Not Have End Of This)

FAYETTE TOWNSHIP ITEMS – IRONTON WEEKLY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1897

  • Everything is putting out since the recent rain, with promise of an early spring.

  • Miss Jessie Hurt of Fish Lake left Tuesday over the N. & W. for Cleveland where she will spend the summer with her brother, I. K. Hurt, and family.

  • Mr. Al Boggs of Sandusky is very low with consumption.

  • Mr. George Hanks, a worthy citizen of Sybene, was united in marriage to Miss Lucinda Poley of Howell a few days ago.

  • Miss Amanda Hurt returned home Saturday from Bellefonte, Ky., where she has been teaching during the past winter.

  • Rev. J. D. McKee and family have recently moved to Sybene. They occupy the house belonging to Aunt Nancy Crawford.

FAYETTE TOWNSHIP NOTES – IRONTON WEEKLY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 05, 1897

  • The Sunday school institute passed off nicely at Mt. Pleasant and all enjoyed it very much.

  • There is a fair crop of fruit in this section of the county.

  • Tom Justice (colored) died suddenly Monday night, his death being the result of eating unripe cherries. · The farmers are busy working in their corn.

  • The candidates are wearing their best smiles and shaking hands with everyone.

  • Mrs. A. W. Hurt is visiting friends in Burlington.

  • The third quarterly meeting of the M. P. church will be held in Burlington June 5 and 6.

  • Fred Crawford of Sybene is very ill with typhoid fever, at this writing.

  • Miss Ruth Hurt of Sybene spent a few days this week with her cousins, Misses Ethel and Eva Hurt of Howell.