In Coolville Village ATHEY Clarissa L., d. 11 Sept. 1848, ae. 11 yrs., 1 mo. Dau. of J. O. & R. Nancy Jane, d. 21 May 1829, ae. 6 mos, 15 days. Dau. of John O. & Ruth. BAILEY Amos, d. 9 July 1847, ae. 35 yrs., 6 weeks. BLAIR Reuben B., d. 1 Aug.
Troy Ohio 1820 Census Index Allen, Reuben 133 Allen, Samuel 133 Allen, Shadrick 133 Bagley, Stephen 134 Baily, John 134 Baker, Christian 133 Banvas, W. William 136 Barrows, Jacob 134 Barrows, William 134 Baylis, Elizabeth 134 Bingham, Silas 134 Blade, Harney 133 Blizard, Silas 134 Boanback, Lemuel 136 Bowen, Adam 134 Brookshirt, Abram 133 Burch,
9 SUSANNAH FRENCH (Aaron1), b. 1785, Essex Co., New Jersey; d. Nov. 9, 1863, near Troy, Ohio; m. John Shideler (d. Sep. 15, 1844, age 61 yrs., 7 mos., 28 ds.), s. of Peter Shideler of Washington Co., Pennsylvania. John and Susannah (French) Shideler settled in Miami Co., Ohio, soon after marriage. Children: 91 AARON
Geodes, Chalmer G.; sheet metal contractor; born, Liberty, Trumbull County, O., Dec. 25, 1871; son of James and Minerva McGeehon Geddes; district school education, Troy, Geauga County, O.; married, Cleveland, March 8, 1899, Lilon A. Bliss; two daughters, Helen and Hazel; learned the machinist trade at the Warner & Swasey Co., and for seven years
Hon. Horace B. Durant, a prominent representative of the Ottawa County bar who is practicing his profession at Miami, is also active in public affairs, representing his district in the state senate. He was born at Troy, Miami county, Ohio, July 31, 1868, his parents being Horace H. and Caroline (Brandriff) Durant, the former a
Mrs. Mary M. (Lamb) Shelden. Among the interesting names belonging to El Dorado is that of Shelden, which since 1874 had been identified with civic progress, advancement and education here. The late Alvah Shelden, who for thirty years was owner and editor of the Walnut Valley Times, was one of the best known of Butler
COL. WILLIAM H. WALLACE, – The subject of this sketch was born in Troy, Miami county, Ohio, July 19, 1811. His early life was spent in Indiana, where he studied law and was admitted to the bar. In 1835 he removed to Iowa, and was appointed, by Governor Lucas, colonel of the state troops. He