Location: Troy Ohio

Old Cemetery, Troy, Athens County, Ohio

In Coolville Village Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now 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. 1849, ae. 45 yrs., 3 mos., 10 days. A native of Milton, VT. CARTER Hannah, 1844. Wife of John. Stone broke off. COOLEY Asahel (Rev.), b. 3 Apr. 1753, d. 11 Sept. 1828. Soldier-Mass. Mil. COOLEY Samantha, d. 30 Sept. 1840, ae. 26 yrs. Dau. of Simeon W. & Sally. FORD John, d. 30 May 1851, ae. 68 yrs. Dorcas, d. 17 Apr. 1864, ae. 76 yrs. Wife.FULLER-HUMPHREY Lucy P. Humphrey, b. 18 Nov. 1818, d. 29 May 1942. Wife of Selden – married 28 May 1840. Dau. of Jedediah and Nancy Fuller. FREDERICK Mary Ann E., d. 20 Sept. 1844, ae. 4 mos., 26...

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Troy Ohio 1820 Census Index

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, Eratus 134 Campbell, William 134 Carpenter, William 134 Carsey, Joseph 134 Catlin, Hannah 134 Cockerel, S. William 134 Conrood, Ann 134 Cooley, Asahel 136 Cooley, Caleb 134 Cooley, Himan 134 Cooley, Simeon 134 Corson, Phillip 134 Crtser, John 134 Curtis, S. Eleazer 134 Denihu, Hugh 136 Dirry, Jesse 134 Divol, Charles 134 Drain, Samuel 134 Duffee, John 134 Dutton, Kinsman 134 Eckhart, Jacob 136 Fleake, John 134 Frost, Jabez 136 Frost, William 134 Frost, Worthy 134 Fuller, Jedediah 135 Griffin, Martin 135 Hains, David 136 Haslet, James 135 Hatch, Nathen 135 Henmmon, Thoma 135 Hogg, James 135 Hopkins, Luther 135 Humphrey, Isaac 135 Humphrey, Jacob 135 Jendin, James 136 Knowles, William 135 Leach, Absalem 135 Linn, Adam 135 Mason, William 135 Miles, Benjamin 135 Miller, S. Jacob 135 Parson, George 135 Parson, Horace II 135 Parsons, Horace 135 Paulk, Cephas 135 Paulk, Xoxes 136 Paulk, Xoxes, Jr. 136 Petty, Hugh 135 Parson, George 135 Parson, Horace II 135 Parsons, Horace 135 Paulk, Cephas 135 Paulk, Xoxes 136 Paulk, Xoxes, Jr. 136 Petty, Hugh 135...

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Genealogy of Susannah French and John Shideler

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 SHIDELER, d.; m. Hannah 92 SUSANNAH SHIDELER, d.; m. Lewis Winters. 93 JOHN SHIDELER, d.; m. Isabelle Long. Ch.: (Hon.) WILLIAM LONG SHIDELER (Dayton, Tenn.), m. JOHN LEWIS SHIDELER, m. MARY, d. SUSANNAH BELLE, d. m.. MARTHA, d. m. GEORGE HUGHES SHIDELER, m. 94 PETER SHIDELER, d. unmarried. 95 MARY SHIDELER, d.; m. John Long. 96 PRISCILLA SHIDELER, d.; m. (Rev.) John Sutton (Baptist). 97 JESSE SHIDELER, d.; m. Mary Bartholomew. 98 LAVINA SHIDELER, b. Mar. 14, 1823; d. Feb. 17, 1857; m. Feb. 13, 1845, William Shilling. 99 LOUISA SHIDELER, d.; m. Thomas Winters. 100 SIMEON SHIDELER, d.; m.; was killed at battle of Chickamauga. 101 ISAACC SHIDELER, d.;...

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Biographical Sketch of Chalmer G. Geodes

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 followed the sheet metal branch of the trade; in 1900, formed a partnership with C. R. Bliss, con-ducting a general hardware store at Burton, O.; in the fall of 1903, moved their business to Glenville, O., and engaged in the furnace and sheet metal business; in 1911, sold out the hardware business, and Mr. Bliss retired; Mr. Geddes is now running the sheet metal business, has also done some real estate business; built the first four-family apartment house in Glenville; on the official board of the Glenville Christian Church for ten years, and a trustee for five years; his mother died when he was 4 years old and he was raised on a farm in Geauga county and came to Cleveland when he was...

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Biography of Hon. Horace B. Durant

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 native of Vermont and the latter of Ohio. Removing to Ohio, the father for a time engaged in the dry goods business at Troy, while later he conducted a drug store at Piqua, that state, becoming recognized as one of the successful business men of that place. At a later period he made his way to Oklahoma and spent his remaining years in this state, passing away in 1907. He was an earnest member of the Methodist church and was a republican in his political views, while fraternally he was identified with the Masons. Mr. Durant attended the grammar schools of Piqua, Ohio, and a high school of Washington, D. C., and then became a student at George Washington University at Washington, D. C., in which he completed a course in law, while later he took postgraduate work. He entered the Indian service in Washington and was afterward captain of Company D, Fourth Battalion of the Washington National Guard. In 1898 he came to Indian Territory and for a year filled a clerical position...

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Biography of Mary M. (Lamb) Shelden Mrs.

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 County’s citizens and did much to encourage development and a high form of government, and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary M. (Lamb) Shelden, who is widely and favorably known because of her activities, particularly in connection with El Dorado’s library. Mrs. Shelden was born at Troy, Geauga County, Ohio, April 19, 1856, and is a daughter of Chester and Anne (Crook) Lamb. The family originated in the State of New York, and it is probable that the family was founded there by the grandfather of Mrs. Shelden, a native of England. Chester Lamb was born in the Empire State, in 1816, and, being left an orphan at the age of nine years, went to Troy, Ohio, where he was reared in the family of his uncle, Gayland Lamb. Mr. Lamb received an ordinary public school education and adopted farming and stockraising as his vocation in life, and gradually developed into a breeder of registered horses, eventually acquiring much more than a local reputation as a breeder of race horses. In 1869, with...

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Biography of Col. William H. Wallace

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 was elected a member of the first legislature, and served as speaker of the house. He was thereafter elected to the council, and was president of that body. He was appointed, by President Taylor, receiver of public moneys at Fairfield, Iowa. In 1853 he removed to Washington Territory, and served for several sessions in the territorial legislature, and was chosen president of the council of which he was a member. He was appointed by President Lincoln, in 1861, governor of Washington Territory, and was afterwards elected delegate to the Thirty-seventh Congress. Before his term expired, the territory of Idaho had been set off from Washington, and he was commissioned the first governor of that territory. Upon his arrival thither, pending the first election, he was nominated by the Republicans, and was elected first delegate to Congress from that territory. When his term had expired, he returned to his Pierce county home, and resumed the practice of his profession. He was then elected probate judge of Pierce county, which honorable position he held until his...

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