Biographical Sketch of George C. Todd

Todd, George C.; railroad division supt.; born, Flushing, O., June 7, 1867; started as telegraph operator with the C. L. & W. Ry., in August, 1883; train dispatcher, October, 1887, to September, 1889; train dispatcher, Northern Pacific Ry., September, 1889, to Jan. 1, 1890; from that date to April, 1902, train dispatcher N. Y. S.



Carter, Annabel – Obituary

The Passing of Mrs. Carter On Saturday evening June 26th came the close of one of the noblest lives of Enterprise. Though she had been battling against a dreadful disease for many months and had been expected for days, the fact that she had at last entered the Great Beyond came with a shock of



Biography of Robert N. McMillen, M. D.

Robert N. McMillen, M. D. Doctor McMillen began the practice of medicine in Kansas thirty-five years ago, and was among the first physicians in Pratt County. Much of his early practice was among the pioneer homes of that section. For seventeen years his home and offices have been at Iola, and he still carries the



Biography of Robert A. Watt

Robert A. Watt has been closely identified with the business life of Edna for a number of years and is now serving as postmaster of the town. He is widely known throughout Labette County, and had lived there about forty-five years. He is of Scotch descent and his grandfather, Thomas Watt, was probably the immigrant



Biography of William Edward Hogueland

William Edward Hogueland, who had lived in Kansas since 1869, had the unusual distinction of being admitted to the bar when he was nineteen years of age and had been in active practice at Yates Center for the past thirty-six years. He had been elected to a county office just about the time he attained



Burkhart, Mary Scott – Obituary

Mary Scott Burkhart was born near St. Clairsville, Ohio, August 16, 1834, and died, at her home near Lebanon, on Sunday, April 4, 1897, aged 62 years, 7 months and 18 days. At an early age she removed with her parents to Iowa, where she lived until her marriage with R. S. Burkhart, which occurred



G-Ohio Indian Villages, Towns and Settlements

G-Ohio Indian Villages, Towns and Settlements



Roll Of Capt. John McElroy’s Company

(Probably from Belmont County) Served from October 20, 1812, until January 11, 1813. Capt. John McElroy Lieut. Anthony Weizer Ensign David Rook Sergt. Alexander Smiley Sergt. Thomas Gourley Privates Ault, Peter Baker, Charles Burkirk, Isaac Cucklen, Samuel Dean, Aaron Dean, Benjamin Dean, Daniel Duff, David Duff, John Graham, William Grubb, Jacob Hardesty, Robert Hardesty, Samuel



Roll Of Capt. Benjamin Mapel’s Company

(Probably from Belmont County) Served from February 7 until March 7, 1815. Capt. Benjamin Mapel Lieut. Jacob Winnings Ensign Augustine Andrew Sergt. James Swindler Sergt. James Bashford Corp. James Jobes Corp. John Sprangler Drummer, John Marshall Privates Abrams, Anthony Alexander, James Augustine, George Bassett, Ebenezer Bennet, Thomas Boyles, Nurman Brenner, Jacob W Burk, Moses Cole,



Roll Of Capt. Solomon Bentley’s Company

(Probably from Belmont County) Served from August 22 until October 22, 1812. Capt. Solomon Bentley Lieut. Joseph Kirkwood Ensign George Love Sergt. Joseph Grimes Sergt. James Nixon Sergt. Hugh Brown Sergt. James Kyle Corp. David Dille Corp. William McCoy Corp. Dennis Forrest Corp. John Vroyd Musican Evan Rodgers Privates Adeidler, Caleb Armstrong, Travis Carrington, Nicholas



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