Biographical Sketch of George F. Tomlinson

Tomlinson, George F.; auditor; born, Sandusky, O., Dec. 1, 1867; son of Charles and Hannah Musson Tomlinson; educated, public schools, Medina High School, 1885; married, Cleveland, June 14, 1894, Anna Van Driel; issue, three children; entered service of C. C. C. & S. L. R. R., May 24, 1886; transferred to L. S. & M.



Biographical Sketch of Charles Shadrack Reed

Reed, Charles Shadrack; lawyer; born, North Fairfield, O., Sept. 17, 1862; son of David H. and Caroline Long Reed; attended school at Oberlin College, and Delaware; Law Course at University of Michigan; married, Fredonia, Kas., Nov. 16, 1887, Nellie B. Baughman; issue, three sons and two daughters; prosecuting attorney of Wilson County, Kas., three terms;



Biographical Sketch of Adam William Kuechle

Kuechle, Adam William; treasurer; born, Sandusky, Aug. 3, 1873; son of Adam and Otilda Kilcher Kuechle; educated, public schools and business college; married, Cleveland, Oct. 19, 1904, Mable Rose Miller; issue, Katherine Mabel and Helen Louise Kuechle; started, in 1893, as private sec’y to L. E. and Albert F. Holden; sec’y Cleveland Sarnia Saw Mill



Cooke, Susan Brewster – Obituary

Mrs. Susan E. Cooke, Kittitas Pioneer, Dies At Age Of 89. Was Resident Of Valley Since 1870; Crossed Plains In 1851; Funeral Monday; Deceased Came From Noted Family; Was Descendant Of Pilgrim Following a decline suffered nearly two years ago, Mrs. Susan Eliza Brewster Cooke, one of the oldest pioneers of Kittitas Valley, died last



Lydia Mahala Todd West of Sandusky OH

WEST, Lydia Mahala Todd6, (Amos5, Charles4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born July 15, 1824, married June 23, 1824, William Thompson, son of Abel and Matilda West, who was born June 15, 1815, at Washington, Mass. He was a merchant at Sandusky, Ohio. Children: I. Mary Campbell, b. March 5, 1847, d. Jan. 27, 1852. II. William



Huron Tribe

Encampment among the Islands of Lake Huron

Commonly known as the Huron Tribe, Huron Indians, Huron People, Huron First Nation, Wyandot Tribe, and Wyandot Indians (Huron – lexically from French huré, bristly,’ ‘bristled,’ from hure, rough hair’ (of the head), head of man or beast, wild boar’s head; old French, ‘muzzle of the wolf, lion,’ etc., ‘the scalp,’ ‘a wig'; Norman French,



Biography of Hon. Edwin N. Cooke

HON. EDWIN N. COOKE. – The subject of this sketch is a lineal descendant of the Puritans, who came to America in the ship Mayflower, and landed at Plymouth, Massachusetts, December 21, 1620. Among the passengers of that historical band were Francisco Cook and his son, John Cooke, who settled and the families of whom



Biography of Mrs. Eliza Cooke

MRS. ELIZA COOKE. – All who are acquainted with the estimable lady whose name heads this brief résumé of her life well known that the best eulogy that can be written only illustrates how impossible it is to bear fitting portrayal of the genuine worth of so good and noble a woman. Grandma Cooke has



Biography of A. N. Bain

A. N. Bain, proprietor of the Charleston Foundry, Charleston; was born in Erie Co., Ohio, April 3, 1828; his father was a ship-carpenter, with a family of nine children; at the age of 14, Mr. Bain began working on a farm, which he continued until the spring of 1845, when he entered the Mad River



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