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Full text of "Directory and soldiers' register of Wayne County, Indiana"

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WAYNE COUNTY 



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SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT 



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Made July 1st, 1865, 

WITH AN XnsriZVLF-A.Hl.ED 

ACCUMULATES AN© €ASH CAPITAL 

J^J^LOUNTINO- TO 

90. 



Policies Issued by this Company for Five and Seven Years. 



OFFICE— No. 5 Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. 



This Company insures only Farm Buildings and detached Dwellings with their con- 
tents. The only Company in the State that confines its business exclusively to insurance 
of first-class property, and the inducements for citizens of Indiana to become members 
are unsurpased by any similar Institution. 



Board, of" .Directors. 



J. S. HARVEY, FREDERICK BAGGS, 

JOHN PETERSON, O. P. BADGER, 

C. C. OLIN. 



CHAS. HENLY, 
¥M, T. GIBSON. 



WM. T. GIBSON, Secretary. J. S. HAEVEY, President. 

FEEDERIOK BAGGS, Treasurer. 

C. C. OLIN, General Agent. 

g@" Agents for Wayne County, J. N. ENOX & M. H. HALE. P. O. address, Rich- 
mond, Ind. 



WAYNE COUNTY 



RIOHMON 





RICHMOND, INDIANA, 

Office over Citizens' Bank. 



REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY- 



1. It is a Home Company — all Premiums are kept and paid out here, instead of being sent to 
Eastern cities. More than $500,000 annually are paid by the State of Indiana to Foreign In- 
surance Companies, all of which might be kept at home, by insuring in Home Companies. 

2. The Cash Capital is $100,000, and the Stockholders are responsible to the assured for $100- 
000 more, making the sum of $200,000 pledged for the payment of losses. 

3. As this Company confines its operations chiefly to a few counties in Eastern Indiana, and 
to Fire Insurance exclusively, and avoids specially hazardous risks; and as Eastern Companies 
of large capital extend their risks all over the Union, and take large specially hazardous risks — 
it is relatively stronger and more reliable than any of them. 

4. United States Bonds are deposited by this Company with the Auditor of State to secure 
the payment of losses — foreign Companies have not a single dollar deposited with the Auditor. 
Their capital is out of the State — our is at home, subject to all demands upon it. 

5. Risks are taken at as low rates, and on as favorable terms, as by any other responsible fire 
Insurance Company. Losses will be adjusted and paid promptly, and liberality and good faith 
observed toward all ; and as evidence of this, it is sufficient to state, that the Stockholders are 
known throughout Eastern Indiana to be men of the highest responsibility and integrity. 



OFFICERS 



President. 
JESSE P. SIDDALL, 



James E. Eeeves, 
John 31 . Gaar, 
William S. Reid, 



Robert Morrisson, St., 
Thomas Woodnut, 
Stephen R. Wiggins, 
Clements W. Ferguson, 
George W. Vanneman, 
Daniel B. Crawford, 
Robert Morrisson, Jr., 
Edward G. Vaughan, 
William C. Starr, 
James Vanuxem, Jr., 
George R. Blanchard, 
William Baxter, 



Vice President. 
THOMAS WOODNUTT, 

DIRECTORS : 

Charles F. Coffin, 
John W. Grubbs, 
Jesse P. Siddall, 

STOCKHOLDERS. 

Mark E. Reeves, 
James L. Morrisson, 
John M. Gaar, 
James E. Reeves, 
William S. Reid, 
Jesse P. Siddall, 
Ethan C. Kelly, 
Abram Gaar, 
Isaac R. Howard, 
John H. Moorman, 
Joshua W. Haines, 
Jacob B. Julian, 



Secretary. 
EOBT. MOEEISSON, Jr. 



James L. Morrisson, 
Stephen R. Wiggins, 
Thomas Woodnutt. 



Charles F. Coffin, 
Isaac P. Evans, 
John W. Grubbs, 
Christian C. Fetta, 
Albert B. Payne, 
Andrew F. Scott, 
William G. Scott, 
William Parry, 
Noah S. Leeds, 
John C. Hadley, 
Jesse M. Hutton. 



JOHN C. HADLEY,. General Agent. 



DIRECTORY 



SOLDIERS' REGISTER 






WAYNE COUNTY, 



IN D I A*Ht A. . 



J. C. POWER, Editor. 
POWER, ZELLER, & CO., Proprietors. 



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Sold by Subscription only---Price $5,00. 



1865. 
W. H. LANTHURN & Co., PUBLISHERS, 

NO. 86 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, IND. 



Allen County Public Library 

900 Webster Street 

PO Bex 2270 

Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 



CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 17-130-204-249 

Appendix to the Soldiers' Kegister n 422 

Battles of the Rebellion 409 

Benevolent Organizations , 240-24i 

Business Directory ...221 

Churches! ...243 

Citizens' Directory , 17 

CITY COUNCILS- 
CAMBRIDGE City and Richmond ; 236 

Colored People and their Organizations 241 

Deceased Soldiers, Names of 224 

Fire Companies 237 

Index to Business Cards 3_5 

Justices of the Peace 236 

Officers of Wayne County 236 

Omissions, Removals and Corrections 14 

Post offices and Post-masters in "Wayne County 237 

REVIEW OF EVENTS— 

President Lincoln's Inaugural Address, 461 — The old flag raised over Fort Sumter; Speech 
of General Anderson; Oration of the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, 463 — Excursionists in 
Charleston, 471 — Assassination of President Lincoln; Arrest and killing of the murderer, 
472 — Funeral of President Lincoln; Services at Washington; Train at Baltimore, Har- 
risburg, Philadelphia, New York, Albany, Buffalo, Cleveland, and Columbus; Oration 
of Hon. Job E. Stevenson, 473 — Passage through Wayne county, Indiana, Indianapolis, 
Chicago, and arrival at Springfield, Illinois, 475 — Sermon by Bishop Simpson, 476 — Ar- 
rest of Jeff Davis; The last ditch; Surrender of the last armed rebels, and indictment of 
Jeff Davis, 481 — Trial and execution of the Assassins; National finances; Telegraph 
key, 482 — Public debt; U. S. army at the end of the rebellion, 483. 

Richmond Circle; Fenian Brotherhood 16 

Richmond Horticultural Association 16 

School-houses 238 

societies- 
Bible, Tract, Progress 242 

Soldiers' Register 249 

Sunday-schools 246 

Street, Turnpike, and Railroad Directory 9 

Sunday-school Society of Wayne County 16 

TOWN COUNCILS— 

Centerville and Hagerstown..,.., 236 

Township Trustees 236 

Wayne County Agricultural Society 16 

Wayne County Sunday-school Society 16 

Wayne County Teachers' Association 16 



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PREFACE. 



It is with mingled feelings of solicitude and pleasure that we offer this work to the 
people of Wayne County — solicitude, lest it should not meet the expectation s of our pa- 
trons who have so patiently waited through many months for its completion — pleasure, in 
the consciousness of having lahored faithfully to make it worthy of their approval, and 
that the finished copy is much more perfect than any thing we have formed in the ideal. 

Perfect, did we say ? There never was a perfect directory, and there never can he, 
except in a community of drones. Where men are alive and active in the prosecution of 
all kinds of business, as they are in this county, it is utterly impossible to make a perfect 
directory. 

This book, we know, has many imperfections, but we are surprised that it has not more, 
and so will our readers be, when we inform them that more than twenty men have been 
employed at different stages of its progress, in collecting and compiling the information, 
and that not one of them, except the writer, had ever seen a single line prepared for the 
purpose before. 

THE CITIZENS' DIRECTORY. 

The idea of a directory for an entire county is a new one in this part of the country, 
and so far as we know — and we think we have correct information on the subject — it is the 
first directory aiming to give the name, business, place of business, and residence of every 
man over twenty-one and of every widow and unmarried woman over eighteen years of 
age that has ever been published west of the State of New York. 

The value of a work of this kind will be best known to those who consult it most. The 
farmer who wishes to transact business with a citizen of any of the villages, towns or cities 
in the county, can consult the book before leaving home, mate a note of the facts obtains I. 
and go direct to the parties he wishes to visit. The same may be said of those residing in 
the towns and cities in regard to farmers and to each other. The sketches of old and 
prominent citizens in this part of the work might have been extended almost indefinitely, 
but so many other duties pressed upon.us as to prevent our doing more. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

The classification of trades and professions, and all the various kinds of business under 
their appropriate heads, will be found quite convenient for reference, and will give a much 
better idea of the business and resources of the county than could be obtained in any other 
way. 

THE MAP 

Should be consulted especially with regard to townships where there are towns or villa- 
ges of the same name in other parts of the county. For example, the village of Franklin 
is in Dalton township, in the north-western part of the county, while the township of 
Franklin is in the north-eastern part. The village of Washington is in Green township, 
but the township of Washington is in the south-western corner of the county. Jackson- 
burg in place of being in Jackson, is in Harrison township. The villages of Abington 



PREFACE. 



and Boston are in townships of their respective names. For designating the localities of 
the county generally, the map is a valuable and indispensable accompaniment to the book. 

SOLDIEKS' REGISTER. 

During the progress of the war through which we have just passed, there has been no 
lack of publications recording the deeds of those who have held official positions in the 
army, but from the vast numbers of those in the ranks it seemed impracticable to notice 
each separately over a large scope of country. More than a year before the close of the 
war the writer of this conceived the idea of taking a territory of such extent that he could 
record the deeds of each one, and embody them in a single volume of moderate dimensions. 
He commenced such an enterprise for a single county, in another state, at a time when it 
was thought all the men necessary to suppress the rebellion were in the field. Another 
call for 300,000 men being issued soon after, it was found necessary to suspend the work in- 
definitely. This, then, is the first time we have found it practicable to carry out our plans. 
"We have found considerable difficulty on account of the mustering out of our vast armies at 
the time we were collecting the information. To obviate any difficulty on this account, we 
have in almost every case given the date of taking the information, stating where the sol- 
dier was at the time. 

Our aim has been to record the deeds of all according to such information as we could 
obtain. We have taken not only the names of all who went from the county, but in 
addition, have taken the names of all whom we find residing in it, though they may have 
lived in some other state at the time of their enlistment. Of nearly twenty-five hundred 
meR whose history we have recorded, one hundred of them may not have belonged to the 
county, leaving about twenty-four hundred as the number furnished by Wayne county in 
suppressing the rebellion. This number would be almost double if enlistments were 
counted in place of men, for we believe a majority of those whose history we give enlisted 
twice, while quite a large number volunteered three, and some from four to five times. 
Of those twenty-four hundred soldiers we think it safe to say that they served on an aver- 
age two years each, making the services of Wayne county in putting down the rebellion 
eqaal to four thousand eight hundred years for one man, or four thousand eight hundred 
men for one year. 

In order to set forth in a clear light the cost in human life that has already been paid 
by the county, exclusive of an equal or perhaps larger number who have brought home 
the gsrai of disease in their systems, that will after months and years of suffering result in 
death; and excluding also those who have been maimed and made cripples for life, we have 
prepared a 

ROLL OF DECEASED SOLDIERS, 

by culling the names of the dead from the sketches we have given of all in the "Soldiers' 
Register." Here you have the names of more than three hundred and fifty of your fa- 
theia, sons, husbands, brothers, and lovers, who four short years ago were moving among 
you with as fair prospects for the enjoyments of life and the society of friends, as you who 
remain. They, loving their country more than life, went forth and gave themselves as 
willing sacrifices that the nation might not die, as die it certainly would, had they refused 
to go. Look upon this roll and form new resolves that you will guard well the temple of 
Liberty that they have bequeathed to you, sealed with their own blood. We bespeak 
the services of the reader in assisting us to place the name of every deceased soldier from 
this county upon that roll. See page 428. 

THE RECORD OF BATTLES 
Will be quite convenient for reference, and with a large number of persons it is as full as 
they will find time to read. 

It was our intention to have given brief sketches of all the Indiana regiments, but at 
the time we made the effort it was utterly impossible to obtain the information from the of- 
fice of the Adjutant General. 



PREFACE. 



THE KEVIEW OF EVENTS, 
We think, will prove quite interesting to those who feel like contemplating the changes 
that have taken place within a few months, equal to what would have required scores of 
years at any other time in our history. 

We expected to have given short descriptive and statistical sketches of the towns, 
villages, and cities in the county, hut as the work has already grown to nearly twenty per 
cent, larger than we promised in our prospectus, we think our patrons will excuse us from 
giving any thing further. 

To those who wish to compare the husiness of the various localities, we could not in 
any event do better than to refer them to the Business Directory and Business Cards. "We 
can say this for the entire county, that for fertility of soil, health, and desirable locations 
for residences, and the morality, intelligence and patriotism of its inhabitants, it is not 
excelled by any county in the state, if indeed in the "West. As to the business enterprises 
in which her citizens are engaged, they are being prosecuted with a vigor unparalleled in 
any former period of her history. We might have added to the topics of interest almost 
indefinitely, but as there must be a limit to all human enterprises, we close the record. 
October, 1865. J. C. P. 



"We hereby certify that we have printed and hound fifteen hundred copies of this work, 
for Messrs. Power, Zkller & Co., of Kichmond, Indiana. 

SHUET & McKEE, 

Agents United Brethren Printing Establishment. 
Dayton, Ohio, October, 1865. 



Persons desirous of obtaining single copies of the map accompanying this book can have 
it mailed to their address, post-paid, by sending $1,50 to 

W. H. LANTHURN & CO., Richmond, Ind. 



INDEX TO BUSINESS CARDS, 

ARRANGED IS ALPHABETICAL ORDER, BY CITIES AND TOW.YS. 



BOSTON, MASS. 

Page. 
Berry, J. & J., Engravers 279 

CAMBRIDGE CITY. 

Ayler, Charles, Hotel 77 

Bank,. First National, Cambridge City 133 

Carpenter & Vickery, Marble 51 

Cockefair, J. M., Undertaker 91 

Develin& Johnson. Att'ys 57 

Irving, C. L., Pianos 41 

Raymond, N. & Son, Druggists 169 

Bitter & Hammond, Marble 51 

Smalley, H. W., Hotel 161 

Strickland. R. J., Publisher 229 

Vestal, Joseph W. Gardener 135 

CENTERVILLE. 

Bank. First National, Ceflterville 39 

Bottenberg, J. M., Photographer 21 

Coyner. J. M., College 207 

Lernhart, F. S., Stoves 179 

CINCINNATI. 

Allston, Carlisle & Co., Grocers .113 

Antram, N. T. & Co., Dry Goods 7 

Applegate & Co., Publishers....... 253 

Bigford, S. C. & Co., Picture Frames 744 

■Bryant, Stratton & Co., Com. College 343 

Brenneman, H. H., Window Shades 255 

Carroll, R. W. & Co., Publishers Ill 

Church, John jr., Music 127 

Coffin & Son, Oils 237 

Davis, W. C. & Co , Stoves 257 

Eggers & Co., Picture Frames, 329 

Gay lord, Son & Co, Iron "Works.; 315 

Greenwood, M. & Co., Iron Works 319 

Hall, »L. & Co., Safes 233 

Healy, W. A., Salt Co 323 

Hemingray Bros., Glass 325 

Hessler, W. H., Window Blinds 327 

Hine & Knott, Hotel 431 

Holland, Gold Pens 109 

Hosea, Robert & Co., Grocers 99 

Jordan, Charles W., Paper Boxes 433 

Lovell, R. C. M., Salt Agent 107 

Lytle, J. P., Hats, Caps, &c 439 

Mallury, Stanage & Co., Printers 413 

Middleton, Strobridge & Co., Lithograp...l05 

Ohio River Salt Co., W. A. Healy 323 

Sargent, L. H.& Co., Com. Mer 119 

Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle, Publishers. ...103 

Schultz, P. T., Printer 441 

Schultze, F. & Co., Toys 239 

Spooner, E. D., Revenue Stamps 231 

Stone, F. M., Paper Dealer 337 

Trabber & Aubery, Grocers 241 

Ware, Henry, Optician 435 



Page. 

Weare, N., Hotel 101 

Wilson, J. T., Shirts 331 

White, Brother & Co., Grocers 235 

Young, Acton, Lytle House 335 



Babbitt & Wilt, Commercial College 297 

Blanchard & Brown, Hubs & Spoke3 377 

Daniels & Bradley, Millinery Goods 375 

Grier, S. J., Commercial College 2G3 

Payne & Holden, Booksellers 355 

Service, James & Co., Paper Mill.., 227 

Sheets, Dr. Andrew, Ink 389 

United Brethren Printing Establishment 212 J 
Wolf, J. T. & Co., Queensware 335 

HAGERSTOWN. 

Dolley & Plummer, Carriage M-ikers 76 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

Butterfield, J. A. & Co., Pianos. ..363 and 411 

Hetherington, B. F., Machinist 389 

Lieber, H. & Co., Picture Frames 359 

Mayer, Charles, Toys 381 

Parsons, Macauley & Co., Publishers 449 

Purdy, William, Commercial College 391 

Reitz, F. A., Hotel 361 

Scott, Burgess & Co., Hotel 357 

Taggart, Samuel, Millwright 369 

Witt, B. F., Attorney 131 



Bank, Citizens, Milton 123 

Bragg, E. S. & Co., Millers 137 

Brubaker, Abraham, Hotel , 37 

Cammack, N. H., Woolen Factory 59 

Crane & Marshall, Vinegar Factory and 

Hominy Mill c. '. 189 

Hubbard, R. J., Furniture 83 

Ingels, Joseph, Agricultural Machines.... 143 

Michael & Morris, Jewelers 86 

Newby, James, Miller, 173 

Wisehart & Ingels, Dry Goods 115 

RICHMOND. 

Abernathy, Lewis, Marble 403 

Addleman, J. P., Photographer 339 

Allen & Weese, Grocers 141 

Avery & Bowen, Druggists 47 

Bank, Citizens, Richmond 261 

Bank, First National, Richmond 251 

Bank, Richmond National 211 

Bargis, T. J., Stoves 117 

Barnes, G. W. & Co., Grocers 151 

Bell, William, Ins. and Real Estate 

Agent 51-93-365-379 

Benton, Thomas, Hardware 187 



INDEX 



ED. "WEINSTEIN. 



TOBE WEINSTEIN. 



ftAtiftOAD atOTB: 



Dealers in Fine Ready Made Clothing, 

GrttttTm' :E™X3?<T:E3 FUHWISECIKTGr GOODS, 

HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS, 

«&c, &c, &c. 

No. 32 Main St., second door from Citizens' Bank, 



RICHMOND, 



ITVJ3IA.1VA.. 



ft Page. 

Brady, Wm. L., Saddles 20] 

Bratz, Meier & Co., Plows 27 

Burson. J. W. & Co., Oil Mill 87 

Crocker & Brother, Carriages.- 285 

Clagett, K. G., Physician.. 21 

Clark, A. B., Pianos 277 

Clarkson, H., Insurance Agent. ..63-1 91-248 

Curme. Dunn & Co., Leather 11 

Dennis', Wm. T., Patent Agent 383 

Dickinson, Phil., Jeweler ...317 

D'Huy, Henry du. Physician 83jMiller, B., Physician 95 

Elder, John H., Bookseller 287iNewton, E. M., Bookseller 177 

Elliott, B. W. & Son, Furniture 333JNewton & Rose, Dentist 61 

Free, John W., Patent Bights 16|Nicholson & Bro., Booksellers 153 

Cans, J. T., Attorney, 155iNixon, N. R., Paper Mill 145 

GiLhs, I. B., Hardware 157 Nnrdyke & Co., Stoves 89 

Gilmore, R. H., Attorney 259 : Nordyke, E. & A. H., Mill Work 29 

Gohner, Jacob & Co., Hotel 7l|Nye, Ezra & Bro., Stoves 25 

Griffith, D. L. & Co., Dry Goods 33|Payne, H. B., Attorney 53 

Griffith, Dr. E.. Dentist 443'Peel, George W., Dyer 193 

Grimes & Bro., Grocers 283 Phillips, A., Phillips Hall 213 



Page. 

Lanthurn, W. H. & Co., Books & Sta- 
tionery 159—215—247—415 

Lupton *& Pinch, Butchers 179 

Maxwell & Estell, Potographers 175 

McCarthy, D. & Co., Painters 197 

McConnell, L. C, Physician 133 

McConnell & Wilson, Hotel 484 

Mclntyre, J. H., Physician 57 

Morrisson, Blanchard & Co., Bankers 261 

Mote, M. & Co., Artists 65 



Rummer & Kelly, Druggists 183 

Potts, Charles E., Druggist 23 

Power, J. C, History of Sunday-Schools.. 247 

Railsback, Jehiel, Attorney 4-9 

Reed, Irvin & Sons, Hardware. 8 

Reed, Marchant & Co., Sewing Machines 

81—213 

Ridge &Co., Lamps 139 

Rosa, H. W. & Son, Mineral Water 129 

Sampson, & Ross, Druggists 225 



Gundry & Hollingsworth, Com College 

367 and 3S7 

Hadley, Edwin, Physician 329 

Hadley, Hiram, Academy .....121 

Hasecoster, George & Co., Sash Factory... 45 

Hemington, James, Confectioner 165 

HewitCW. H., Dentist, 195 

Hobhs, M. W., Physician 181 

Holloway & Davis, Publishers..... 31 

Holloway & Page, Lamps 139 

Howard*& Grubbs, Grocers 1 49' Schumann, J. & Co., Merchant Tailors... 67 

Hunt & Baylies, Printers 264$|Scott, Egli & Co., Furniture 55 

Hunt, C. & Sons, Grocers 371jSpittle, Joseph, Grocer 67 

Hunt, JohnS., Carriage Maker 373;Stomps & Spalding, Stoves 69 

Hutton, Mather & Co., Window Shades... 147 Taylor, Charles J. ( Book-binder 220 

Johnson, Mrs. M., Drets Trimmings 407 Teas, E. Y. & Bro., Nursery 19 

Judy, C. W. & Co., Grocers 445!Test, W. & Bros., Woolen Goods 43 

Julian, Isaac H., Publisher 79— 80 Thompson, D., Sewing Machines 163 

Kersey, V. & S. H., Physicians 35!Thompson, William O., Candy 123 

Koogle, J. & Son, Queensware 37 Vaile, Lewis & Co., Window Shades 293 

Knox, Josiah N., Insurance, inside front Vanneman, Ried & Co., Pork Packers 171 

cover. [Walker, J. C, Barber.. 199 



INDEX 



Page. 

Webster, W. K., Dentist 291 

Wickard, J. & S. K., Dry Goods 203 

Wickett, B. & Co., House Furnishing 185 

Wiggins & Co., Leather 289 

Williams & Hatfield, Merchant Tailors... 1G7 

Williamson, E. E., Bookseller 281 

Winkler, Conrad, Dyer 87JDayton & Western...*. 321 

Winstein, Ed. & Bro., Clothier 4 Little Miami Railroad, P. W. Srader 321 

Woods & Eogerson, Painters 405lMarietta & Cincinnati Railroad 401 



P«ge. 
Yeo, Jonas W., Machinist 205 

RAILROADS. 

Atlantic & G. W. Railway 437 

Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton 459 

Columbus & Indianapolis Railroad 353 



INDEX TO BUSINESS CARDS, 

ARRANGED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, UNDER CLASSIFIED HEADS. 



academy. Page. 
Hadley, Hiram 121 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Ingels, Joseph 143 

Avery & Bowen 47 

ARTISTS. 

Mote, M. & Co 65 

ATTORNEYS. 

Develin & Johnson 57 

Gans, J.T 155 

Gilmore, R, H. 259 

Payne, H. B 53 

Railsback, Jehiel 409 

Witt, Bennet F 131 

BANKS. 

Bank, Citizens', Milton 125 

Bank, Citizens', Richmond 261 

Bank, First National, Cambridge City 133 

Bank, First National, Centerville 39 

Bank, First National, Richmond 251 

Bank, Richmond National 211 

BARBERS. 

Walker, J. C 199 

BOOK-BINDERS. 

Taylor, Charles J 220 

BOOK-SELLERS AND STATIONERS. 

Applegate & Co 253 

Carroll. R. W. & Co Ill 

Elder, John H 287 

Lanthurn, W. H. & Co 159, 215 and 415 

Newton, E. M 177 

Nicholson & Bro 153 

Payne & Holden 355 

Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle 103 



Page- 
United Brethren Printing Establishment312.V 
Williamson, E. E 281 

BUTCHERS. 

Lupton & Finch 178 

CANDY MANUFACTURERS. 

Thompson, Win. O 123 

CARRIAGE MAKERS. 

Crocker & Bro 285 

Dolley & Plummer 75 

Hunt, John S 373 

CLOTHIERS. 

Winstein, Ed. & Bro 4 

CIDER VINEGAR. 

Crane & Marshall 1S9 

COLLEGES. 

Coyner, Prof. J. M 207 

COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. 

Babbitt & Wilt 297 

Bryant, Stratton & Co 343 

Grier, S. J 263 

Gundry & Hollingsworth 367 and 387 

Purdy, William 391 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Sargent, L. H. & Co 119 

CONFECTIONERS. 

Hemington, James 165 

DENTISTS. 

GrirSth, E 443 

Hewitt, W. II 195 

Newton & Rose 61 

Webster, W. R 291 

DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

JohDSon, Mrs. M 407 



INDEX 



Page. 



DRUGGISTS. 



Avery & Bowen 47 

Potts, Chas. E 23 

Plummer & Kelley 183 

Raymond N.& Son 1G9 

Samson & Ross 225 



DRY GOODS. 



Antram, M. T. & Co 7 

Griffith. D. L. & Co 33 

Wickard, J. & S. K 203 

Wisehart &Ins>'els 115 



Peel, George W 193 

Winkler, Conrad 87 

ENGRAVERS. 

Berry, J. & J 279 

FURNITURE. 

Elliott, B.W. &Son 333 

Hubbard, R. J 83 

Scott, Egli &Co 55 

HOUSE FURNISHING. 

Wickett, B. &Co 185 

GARDNER ( floral ) 

Teas, E. Y. & Bro 19 

Vestal, Joseph W 135 

GLASSWARE. 

Hemingray Bros 325 

GOLD PENS. 

Holland 109 

GROCERS. 

Allen & Weese 141 

Allston, Carlisle & Co 113 

Barnes, G. W. & Co 151 

Grimes & Bro 283 

Hosea, Robert & Co 99 

Howard & Grubbs 149 

Hunt, C. & Sons 371 

Judy, C. W. & Co 445 

Spitler, Joseph 07 

Traber & Aubery 241 

White, Bro. & Co 235 

HALLS — PUBLIC. 

Phillips, Abram 213 

HARDWARE. 

Benton, Thomas 187 

Gibbs, I. B 157 

Reed, Irvin & Sons 8 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Lytle, J. P 439 

HOMINY MILLS. 

Crane & Marshall 189 



Page. 



Ayler, Charles 77 

Brubaker, Abraham 37 

Gohner, Jacob & Co 71 

Hine & Knott 431 

McConnell & Wilson 484 

Reitz, F. A 361 

Scott, Burgess & Co 357 

Smalley, H. W 161 

Weare, N 101 

Young, Acton 335 

HISTORY OF SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. 

Power, J. C 247 

HUBS, SPOKES, &C. 

Blanchard & Brown 377 

INK. 

Sheets, Dr. Andrew 389 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Bell, William 51-93-365-379 

Clarkson, H 63-191-248 

Knox, Josiah N inside front cover. 

Martin, H. C 248 

Preston, J. R 209 

Siddall, J. P face title page. 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Firemens Insurance Co 93 

Indiana Fire Insurance Co. inside front cover. 

Insurance Co. of North America 63 

New York Life Insurance Co 191 

Richmond Fire Insurance Co. face title page. 

Security Fire Insurance Co 209 

Security Life Insurance Co 51 

Travelers' Insurance Co. of Hartford 248 

IRON WORKS. 

Gaylord, Son & Co 315 

Greenwood, M. & Co 319 

JEWELERS. 

Dickinson, Phil 317 

Michael & Morris 85 

LAMPS. 

Holloway & Page — sue. to Ridge & Co... 139 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

Curme, Dunn & Co 11 

Wiggins & Co 289 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Middleton, Strobridge & Co 105 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

Hetherington, B. P 389 

Yeo, Jonas W 205 



INDEX. 



M. T. A.]STTR^M & CO., 



Importers and Jobbers in 




AND 



NOTIONS, 

3STO- 47 WEST FE-A-RL street, 

CINCINNATI, O. 



jr. t. axtrajt. 

O. If. SAGE, Jr. 



Page 



MARBLE WORKS. 



Abernathey, Lewis 403 

Carpenter & Vickery 51 

Bitter & Hammond - 51 



MERCHANT TAILORS. 



Sehuman, J. & Co 67 

Williams & Hatfield 167 



Bragg, E. S. & Co 137 

Newby, James 173 

MILLINERY GOODS. 

Daniels & Bradley 375 

MILL MACHINISTS. 

Nordyke, E. & A. H 29 

Taggart, Samuel 369 

MINERAL "WATER. 

Kosa, H. W.&Son 129 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Butterfield, J. A. & Co 363-411 

Church, John Jr., (Publisher ) 127 

Clark, A. B 277 

Irving, C. L 41 

NURSERYMEN. 

Teas, E. Y. & Bro 19 

Vestal, Joseph W 135 

OILS AND OIL MILL. 

Burson, J. W. & Co., ( mill ) 97 

Coffin & Son 237 



Page. 
PAPER DEALERS. 

Stone, F. M 337 

PAPER BOXES. 

Jordon, Charles W 433 

PAPER MILLS. 

Nixon, N. B 145 

Service, James & Co 227 

PATENT AGENTS. 

Dennis, William T 383 

Free, John W 16 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Addleman, J. P 339 

Bottenberg, J. M 21 

Maxwell & Estell 175 



PHYSICIANS. 



Ware, Henry., 



.435 



PAINTERS. 



McCarthy, D. & Co 197 

Woods & Kodgerson 405 



Clagett, R. G 21 

D'Huy, Henry du 83 

Hadley, Edwin 329 

Hobbs, M. W I 81 

Kersey, V. & S. H 35 

McConnell, L. C 133 

Mclntyre, J. H 57 

Muller, B 6^ 

PICTURE FRAMES. 

Bigford. S. C. & Co 447 

Eggers&Co 329 

Lieber, H. & Co 359 

PLOW MAKERS. 

Bratz, Meier&Co 27 

PORK PACKERS. 

Vanneman, Eeid & Co 171 



INDEX. 



mrviiv hee:i> «& soi<r®. 



-DEAiSRS IIsT- 



HARDWARE, CUTLERY, 

CARPENTERS' FARMERS' & GARDENERS' TOOLS, 

iron, NMs t urnm mmm^ &c +t &c + 



47 Main Street, 



RICHMOND, IND. 



PRINTERS. 



Page. 



Hunt & Baylies 264J 

Mallory, Stanage & Co 413 

Schultz, P. T 441 

PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. 

Applegate & Co 253 

Carroll, R. W. & Co Ill 

Holloway & Davis 31 

Julian, Isaac H 79 

Parsons, Macauley & Co 449 

Sargent, Wilson & Hinkle 103 

Strickland R. J 229 

United Brethren Printing Establishm't..3l2£ 

O.UEENSWARE. 

Koogle & Son 37 

Wolf, J.T. &Co 385 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Bell, William 365 

RAILROADS. 

Atlantic and Great Western 437 

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton ..459 

Columbus & Indianapolis ....353 

Little Miami and Dayton & Western 321 

Marietta & Cincinnati 401 

SADDLES AND HARNESS. 

Brady, Wm. L 201 

SAFES. 

Hall, L. & Co 233 

SALT AGENTS AND COMPANIES. 

Healy, W. A. Ohio Eiver Salt Co 323 

Lovell, R. C, Agent 107 



Page 
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Hasecoster, Geo. & Co... 45 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Reed, Marchant & Co 81 and 213 

Thompson, D 163 

SHIRTS. 

Wilson, J. T 331 

stamps (revenue.) 
Spooner, E. D ..231 

STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Bargis, T. J 117 

Davis, W. C. &Co 257 

Lernhart, P. S 179 

Nordyke & Co 89 

Nye, Ezra & Co 25 

Stomps & Spalding „ 69 

TOYS AND NOTIONS. 

Mayer, Charles 381 

Schultze P. & Co 239 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Cockefair, J. M 91 

WINDOW SHADES. 

Brenneman, H. H 235 

Hessler, W. H 327 

Hutton, Mather& Co 147 

Vaile, Lewis & Co 293 

WOOLEN FACTORIES. 

Cammack, Nathan H 59 

Test, W. &Bros 43 



STREET, TURNPIKE, AND RAILROAD DIRECTORY 

Of "Wayne County. 



Cambridge City. 

Basin street extends from "Whitewater Kiver 
■west to the "Whitewater Canal, being on a 
line with Railroad street, and one square 
south of and parallel with Main. 

Center, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angles, and is one square east 
of the canal. 

Chestnut, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angles, and is two squares 
east of the canal. 

Foote, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the town, crossing Main 
at right angles, and is one square west of 
the canal. 

Greene, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angles, and is two squares 
"west of the canal. 

Jones, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angels, and is three squares 
west of the canal. 

MAIN, extends from east to west the entire 
length of the corporation, being the old 
National Road, now the "Wayne County 
Turnpike. 

North Front, extends the entire length of the 
corporation from east to west, and is one 
square north of and parallel with Main. 

Pork, extends the entire length of the corpo 
ration from east to west, and is two squares 
north of and parallel with Main. 

Plum, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angles, and is three squares 
east of the canal. 

Railroad street extends from "Whitewater 
Canal west to the western limits of the cor- 
poration, and is one square south of and 
parallel with Main. 

South, extends from Whitewater River west 
to the western limits of the corporation, 
and is two squares south of and parallel 
with Main. 

South Third, extends from the canal west to 
the western limits of the corporation, and 
is three squares south of and parallel with 
Main. 

South Fourth, extends from the canal west 
to the western limits of the corporation, 
being four squares south of and parallel 
■with Main. 



Walnut, extends from the southern to the 
northern limits of the corporation, crossing 
Main at right angles, and is four squares 
west of the canal. It is the western 
boundary of the corporation. 

WHITEWATER VALLEY CANAL runs 
diagonally through the corporation from 
north-west to south-east, crossing Main 
street near the center of the town. This 
canal is no longer used for the purpose of 
navigation, but is simply kept in repair 
sufficient to obtain the water-power it af- 
fords for propelling machinery. 

Center ville. 

Ash, extends from Main to South, being the 
second west of and running parallel with 
Main Cross. 

Oolumbia, extends from North to northern 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
west of and parallel with Main Cross. 

First, extends from North to South, being 
one square east of and parallel with Main 
Cross. 

Fourth, extends from North to South, be- 
ing four squares east of and parallel with 
Main Cross, and is the eastern limit of the 
corporation. 

MAIN, is the old National Road, now the 
Wayne county Turnpike, passing through 
the town from east to west and is the first 
street south of the county buildings. 

MAIN CROSS, extends across the entire 
corporation running north and, south and is 
the first street west of the county buildings. 

North, extends from Fourth to the western 
limits of the coporation, being three square€ 
north of and parallel with Main. 

Plum, extends from Fourth to the western 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
north of and parallel with Main. 

Second, extends from North to South, be- 
ing two squares east of and parallel with 
Main Cross. 

Short, extends from North to the northern 
limits of the corporation, being two squares 
west of and parallel with Main Cross. 

South, extends from Fourth to Ash, being 
three squeres south of and parallel with Main. 

Spice, extends from Fourth west to Spruce, 
being two squares south of and parallel 
with Main. 

Spruce, extends from North to South, being 
one square west of and running parallel 
with Main Cross. 



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STREET, TURNPIKE, AND RAILROAD DIRECTORY. 



Third, extends from North to South, being 
three squares east of Main Cross. 

Union, extends from Main Cross to Short, be- 
ing four squares north of and parallel with 
Main. 

Walnut, extends from Fourth to the western 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
south of and parallel with Main. 

Water, extends from Fourth to the western 
limits of the corporation, being two squares 
north of and parallel with Main and is the 
street along which the Columbus and 
Indianapolis Central R. E. runs. 

Dublin. 

CUMBERLAND, extends from east to west 
through the entire corporation. This 
street is the old National Road, sometimes 
called the Cumberland Road, and is the 
main street of the town. 

Davis, extends from Franklin to the southern 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
west of and parallel with Dublin. 

Diagonal, extends from the south-west cor. 
of the corporation in a north-west course 
to Maple. 

DUBLIN, extends from Franklin south to the 
southern limits of the corporation. This 
street is very near the center of the cor 
poration from east to west. 

Foundry, this is nothing more than a county 
road running nearly north and south 
across the corporation, and is two squares 
east of and parallel with Dublin. 

Franklin, extends from Foundry west to 
Johnson, being two squares north of and 
parallel with Cumberland. 

Harrison, extends from Foundry west to 
Davis, being one square north of and par- 
allel with Cumberland. 

Johnson, extends south from Franklin to the 
southern limits of the corporation, being 
two squares west of and parallel with Dub- 
lin. 

Maple, extends from Milton to the western* 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
south of and parallel with Cumberland. 

Milton, extends from north to south across 
the corporation, and is one square east of 
and parallel with Dublin. 

Spring, extends from Foundry to the eastern 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
south of and parallel with Cumberland. 

Hagerstown. 

College, extends across the corporation from 

east to west, and is one square north of and 

parallel with Main. 
Clay, extends from Pearl to Elm, and is three 

squares south of and parallel with Main. 
Elm, extends from Harrison south to Clay, 

and is one square east of and parallel with 

Perry. 
Factory, extends from Pearl to Perry, and is 

five squares south of and parallel with 

Main. 



Harrison, extends from Pearl to the eastern 
limits of the corporation, and is three 
squares north of and parallel with Main. 

Madison, extends from Pearl to Elm, and is 
four squares south of and parallel with 
Main. 

MAIN, extends across the corporation from 
east to west, and is the principal street of 
the town running in that direction. 

North Market, extends from Pearl to the 
eastern limits of the corporation, and is 
two squares north of and parallel with Main. 

Pearl, extends from Harrison south to Clay, 
and is three squares west of and parallel 
with Perry. 

PERRY, extends the entire length of the 
corporation from north to south, crossing 
Main street at right-angles near the center 
of the town, and is the principal street 
running in that direction. 

Plum, extends from Harrison south to Fac- 
tory, and is one square west of and parallel 
with Perry. 

South Market, extends from Pearl to the 
eastern limit of the corporation, and is two 
squares south of and parallel with Main. 

Sycamore, extends from Harrison to South 
Market, and is two squares east of and par- 
allel with Perry. 

Walnut extends from Pearl to the eastern 
limits of the corporation, and is one square 
south of and parallel with Main. 

Washington, extends from Harrison south to 
Factory, and is two squares west of and par- 
allel with Perry. 

Milton. 

Brook, extends from Seminary north, to North 
on Canal street, being two squares west of 
and parallel with Main Cross. 

Cherry, extends from South to the northern 
limits of the corporation, being one square 
west of and parallel with Main Cross. 

Connersville, extends from the Whitewater 
Canal west to the western limits of the 
corporation, being three squares south of 
and parallel with Main. 

High, extends from the Whitewater Canal 
west to the western limits of the corpora- 
tion, being two blocks north of and paral- 
lel with Main. 

MAIN CROSS, extends from South to the 
northern limits of the corporation, being 
the principal street running in that direc- 
tion. 

MAIN, extends from the west bank of White- 
water river west to the western limits of 
the corporation, being the principal street 
running in that direction. 

North or Canal St., extends from the White- 
water Canal west to the western limits of 
the corporation, being one square north of 
and parallel with Main. 

Seminary, extends from the Whitewater Ca- 
nal west to the western limits of the cor- 



STREET, TURNPIKE, AND RAILROAD DIRECTORY. 



11 



A. A. Curme. 



I. D. Dunn. 



D. C. McWhinney. 



A. J. Kaufman. 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

UPPER KIPS AND CALF SKINS, 

Bridle, Harness, Fair Leather &c, Constantly on Hand. 

SOLE LEATHER, FRENCH KIP AND CALF, MOROCCO, SHOE FINDINGS, 01l.it 

NO. 47 MilS STREET. RICHMOND, IND. 

CASH PUD FOB HIDES, SHEEP SKIXS, WOOL, AND LEATHER IN THE ROUGH 



\ 



poration, being two squares south of and 
parallel with Main. 

South, extends from the Whitewater Canal 
t to the western limits of the corpora- 
tion, being four squares south of and par- 
allel with Main and is the southern limit 
of the corporation. 

Walnut, extends from "Whitewater Canal 
west to the western limits of the corpora- 
tion, being one square south of and paral- 
lel with Main. 

West River, extends from South to the north- 
ern limits of the corporation, being one 
square east of and parallel with Main 
Cross. 

Richmond. 

Broadicay, extends from Franklin, opposite 
Spring, east to the city limits, and is one 
square north of and parallel with Main. 

Center, extends from a point opposite the 
north end of Fifth to the northern limits 
of the city, being two squares west of and 
parallel with Newport pike. 

Cliff, extends from Fort Wayne Avenue west 
to river, being on a line with Vine and 
four squares north of and parallel with 
Main. 

Clifton, is not a street, but is a collection of 
houses on the west bank of White-water 
river south side Indianapolis & Columbus 
Central railroad. 

East, extends from North High to North, 
being one square west of and parallel with 
Newport pike. 

East Park, extends from Forest Avenue to 
South Row, and is on the east side of Sev- 
enth street Park. 

Eighth, extends from the railroad south to 
the southern limits of the city, being live 
squares east of and parallel with Marion. 

Eleventh, extends from Main north to north- 
ern limits of city, and is eight squares east 
of and parallel with Main. 

Elm, extends from Fifth to the eastern limits 



of the corporation — legally, but is only 
open bet Fifth and Sixth — and is the fifth 
north of and parallel with Main. 

Forest Avenue, extends from Eighth west, 
crossing Seventh at the north end of Sev- 
enth street Park, and running about half 
way to Sixth. 

Fort Wayne Avenue, extends from the north- 
east end of Front at Sassafras, diagonally 
in a north east direction to its junction 
with Broadway st. and Newport pike, near 
Orthodox Friends meeting-house. 

Franklin, extends from the junction of Fort 
Wayne Avenue at Vine street, south to 
the southern limits of the corporation, be- 
ing one square east of and parallel with 
Marion. 

Front, extends from South to Main, and ex- 
cept a vacancy between Main and Spring, 
continues north to its junction with Wash- 
ington, also runs diagonally from Main in 
a north-easterly direction to Sassafras, 
where it connects with the south-west end 
of Fort Wayne Avenue. 

Fifth, extends from the junction of Fort 
Wayne Avenue and Noble street south to 
southern limits of the city, and is two 
squares east of and parallel with Marion. 

Gaar, extends north from Clili' to junction 
with Washington Avenue, being in line 
with Marion st. 

Gtreen, extends from Sycamore north to the 
river, being four squares west of and par- 
allel with Marion. 

Jackson, extends from Main south to the riv- 
er, being five squares west of and parallel 
with Marion. 

Linden Hill, is an addition to Richmond on 
the south side of the National road between 
the Roberts farm and the first toll-gate east 
of the city. It is occupied by residences. 

MAIN, extends from east to west through 
the entire limits of the city, and is the 
principal street running in that direction, 
or in other words, it is a part of the old 



12 



STREET, TURNPIKE, AND RAILROAD DIRECTORY. 



Cumberland or National road, which passes 
through the entire length of the county. 

MARION, extends from the junction of 
Front and Sassafras streets and Fort 
"Wayne Avenue, south to the southern lim- 
it of the corporation, and is the boundary 
as far as it goes between First and Second, 
and Third and Fourth Wards. 

Market, extends from Eighth west to the 
river, and is two squares south of and par 
allel with Main. 

Mill, extends from Marion west to the 
river, and is four squares south of and par- 
allel with Main. 

Mulberry, extends from Franklin east to city 
limits, and is the second street north of and 
parallel with Main. 

North, extends from Newport pike west to the 
river, being the northern boundary of the 
city. 

North High, extends from Fort Wayne Av. 
west to Gaar, one square noi'th of and par- 
allel with the railroad. 

Noble, extends from its junction with Fifth 
east to the city limits, and is the first street 
south of the railroad, and the sixth north 
of and parallel with Main. 

Ninth, extends from Main to the northern 
limits of the corporation, being six squares 
east of and parallel with Marion. 

Oakland and East Oakland, are additions to 
Richmond on the south and south-east. 

Pearl, extends from the railroad bridge south 
to the southern limits of the corporation, 
and is one square west of and parallel with 
Marion. 

Pollywog Avenue, runs from East to the first 
alley west of Center, being one square 
north of and parallel with North High. 

Sassafras, extends from the junction of Fort 
Wayne Av. and Marion east to the city 
limits, and is the third street north of and 
parallel with Main. 

Sevastopol, is not a street but is a plat of 
ground on the west side of White Water 
river north of the Ind. & Col. Central Rail- 
road, and through which the C. & G. E. R, 
R. runs. It is regularly laid out into lots, 
and contains between four and five hun- 
dred inhabitants. 

Sevtnth, extends from the junction of Fort 
Wayne Av and Newport pike south to the 
southern limits of the corporation, and is 
four squares east of and parallel with Mari< >n. 

Sixth, extends from Noble south to the south- 
ern limits of the city, and is three squares 
east of and parallel with Marion. 

South, extends from the south end of Front 
east to city limits, being five squares south 
of and parallel with Main. 

South High, extends from South opposite the 
old city cemetery in a south-westerly direc- 
tion to the southern limits of the city, be- 
ing one square east of Marion. 

South Row, extends west from Eighth, cross- 



ing Seventh at the south end of Park, and 
running about half way to Sixth. 

Wpnng, extends from Franklin opposite 
Broadway west to the river, and is one 
square north of and parallel with Main. 

Starr, one square north of and runs parallel 
with railroad from Fort Wayne A v. to the 
eastern limits of the city. 

Sycamore, extends from Franklin west to 
Green, and is three squares south of and 
parallel with Main. 

Tenth, extends from Main north to Starr, 
being seven squares east of and parallel 
with Marion. 

Vine, extends from its junction with Frank- 
lin at Fort Wayne Av., east to the city 
limits, and is the fourth street north of and 
parallel with Main. 

Washington Avenue, extends north-west from 
Fort Wayne Avenue to the river, next 
north of the railroad. 

Washington Street, extends from Mill north 
to the railroad bridge, crossing Main at 
right angles, and is three squares west of 
and parallel with Marion. 

Walnut, extends from Eighth west to the city 
limits, and is onesquare south of and paral- 
lel with Main. 

West Park, extends from Forest Avenue to 
South Row, and is on the west side of 
Seventh street Park. 

West Richmond, is not a street but a piece of 
land laid out into lots and built up sparse- 
ly. It is on the west bank of White 
Water river, north side of the National 
Road. 

Turnpikes. 

Cambridge City — runs north-west from 
Cambridge City four miles. 

Centerville and Abington — distance seven 
miles — all finished — Norris Jones, Pres.; 
David Jones, Sec'y; L. M. Jones, Treas. 

Centerville and Jacksonburg — two miles 
finished — David Commons, Pres. 

Chester and Arba— from Chester to Arba, 
Randolph county — finished to the county 
line, eight miles. 

Green Mount — see Short Creek. 

Hagerstown and Dalton — distance six miles 
— all finished. 

Hagerstown and Franklin — distance six 
miles — all finished. 

Hagerstown and Washington — finished seven 
miles — Daniel Bradbury, Pres. 

Milton and Bentonsville — four miles fin ished. 

Milton and Brownsville — five miles finished. 

Milton and Gonnersville — four miles finished. 

Pleasant Valley — from Centerville to Rob- 
inson's Cross Roads in Fayette county- 
finished three miles from Centerville — Nor- 
ris Jones, Pres. 

Richmond and Boston — from Richmond 
through Boston to county line, seven miles — 
all finished. 



STREET, TURNPIKE, AND RAILROAD DIRECTORY. 



13 



Richmond and Newport — all finished — eight 
miles. 

Richmond, and New Paris — from Richmond 
to New Paris, Ohio — just laid out — two roads. 



munication with the outer world by railroad, 
we predict for it a prospei'ous career. 

Chicago and Great Eastern. — This road, re- 
cently called the Cincinnati and Chicago Air 



Richmond and Hillsboro — nine miles — alljLine, connects the cities of Chicago and Cin- 
finished. cinnati. Entering Wayne county on the 

Richmond and Lick Greek — runs south from i western side, near the center of Jefferson 
Richmond on the west side of the White- township, it passes through Hagerstown, 



water river. 

Richmond and Liber iy- 



-connecting Rich- 



Washington, Olive Hill station, and Rich- 
mond. From Richmond it runs over the 



mond with Liberty, Union county — finished'Richmond, Eaton, Hamilton and Cincinnati 
from Richmond, south seven miles — lies east.road, to the latter city. The or.ly station on 



side of White-water. 

Richmond and Williamsburg — ten miles- 
all finished. 

Short Creek — sometimes called Green Moim 
—leaves Richmond and Boston pike one and 
a half miles south of Richmond, and runs 
east four miles to Ohio state line. 

Smyrna — runs from a point on the Rich- 
mond and Hillsboro pike due west of New 
Paris, Ohio, to New Paris. 

Union County Straight Line — runs due 
south from a point two miles south of Rich- 
mond on the Richmond & Boston pike — but 
a small portion finished. 

Wayne County Turnpike Co. — William 
Parry, President and Treasurer; Cornelius 
Ratliffe, Secretary. This company owns all 
that part of the old Cumberland or National 
road running through Wayne county, the 
length of which is twenty-two miles. This 
road was graded and bridged by the United 
States government before the country was set- 
tled to any great extent, which caused farms 
to be opened, and towns and villages to be 
built first along the line of the road. This ac- 
counts for the fact that this road is called 
Main street, where it passes through Rich 
mond, Centerville, Pennville, Germantown, 
and Cambridge City; and where it passes 
through Dublin it is called Cumberland street 
in honor of the original name of the road. 

Williamsburg $ Centerville — Daniel King 
pres't; David J. Jones, sec'y; Levi M. Jones, 
treas. — distance ten miles — all finished. 

Railroads. 

Cincinnati, Connersville and Indianapoli* 
Junction. — This road, running from Cincin- 
nati up the Whitewater valley, through Con- 
nersville, enters Wayne county on its south- 
ern line, near the center of Washington tp. 
It has three stations in the county, Beeson, 
Milton, and Cambridge City, at the latter of 
which it forms a junction with the Indianap- 
olis and Columbus Central. This is a new 
road, just completed in June last, and passes 
through the richest township of land in the 
county, in which township is situated the 
town of Milton, containing about twelve 
hundred inhabitants, among whom may be 
found some of the most energetic and gentle- 
manly business men in the state; and now, 
that this town is for the first time put in cona- 



the road, after passing Richmond, is Neel, a 
station but little used. It is where the rail- 
road crosses the National Road. 

Dayton and Western, — This road connects 
Richmond, Ind., and Dayton, Ohio, — forty 
miles distant, — in almost a direct line. It 
has no station except Richmond in the coun- 
ty. The track of this road, and that of the 
Indianapolis and Columbus Central, occupies 
the same road-bed to New Paris, Ohio, a dis- 
tance of six miles. 

Indianapolis and Columbus Central. — In 
connecting the capitals of Ohio and Indiana, 
this road runs through Wayne county from 
east to west, passing Richmond, Centerville, 
Pennville, Germantown, Cambridge City, 
and Dublin. 

Projected Railroads. 

Louisville § Lake Erie — intended to con- 
nect Louisville, Ky., with some point on Lake 
Erie, passes through Wayne county from 
south-west to north-east, running through 
Cambridge City and Jacksonburg, leaving 
the county on the northern line of Green 
township. This road is graded, in part, all 
the way through the county, and will be 
completed at no distant day. 

Richmond and Fort Wayne — is intended to 
unite Richmond and Fort Wayne, and by 
connecting with the Chicago and Great East- 
ern at Richmond, form a continuous line 
from Fort Wayne to Cincinnati. This road 
was laid out and partly finished several years 
ago. The project has recently been revived, 
and measures are on foot to push it forward 
to completion. 

Remarks. — By consulting the map, it will 
be seen that there are two very important 
railroad centers in Wayne county — Cam- 
City and Richmond. Both these cities are 
surrounded by highly-cultivated farms, well 
supplied with excellent water power, and 
are consequently both excellent points for 
manufacturing and merchandising, or any 
other kind of business. No other county in 
the state, except, perhaps, Marion, is so well 
provided with the means of transportation 
as Wayne. There is not a farmer in the 
county but may load his wagon in the mora- 
ine, drive to a railroad station, dispose of 
his produce, and return to his home before 
night. 



OMISSIONS, REMOVALS, AND CORRECTIONS. 



Addington, Bishop far near Commons' 
mill, 1 mile n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Barnes, Shipley far 4 miles s w Kichmond, 
"Wayne tp. 

BARTON, LEVIN far, res 2 miles n e 
Middleboro, w s Holandsburg & Middleboro 
pike, Franklin tp. 

Bell, Miss Isabella teacher res with Wm. 
Bell, Richmond. 

Bell, W. A. superintendent of public 
schools; office, room No. 7, school building, 
8 e cor Fifth and Mulberry, Richmond. 

BOYD & LAWRENCE— S.S. B.$ O. W. 
L. — physicians and surgeons; office s s Cum- 
berland bet Johnson and Davis, Dublin. 

BOYD, S. S. — Boyd $ Lawrence — res s w 
cor Maple and Dublin sts., Dublin — Soldier. 

Blemmer, Frank far 5 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Bradley, Absalom far 2 miles n w Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

BROWN, W. A.— Swain $ Broivn-res 
Kichmond — Soldier. 

Brumfield, Solomon veterinary surgeon, 
res Main Cross south of Main, Centerville. 

Burgess, Landy far 1 mile s w Center- 
ville. 

CHAFFIN, Rev. J. W., A. M. minister 
of the Wesleyan Methodist Church, res w s 
Sixth south of Market, Richmond — Soldier. 

Cooper, E. L. photographer n s Cumber- 
land bet Davis and Johnson, res with Ezekiel 
Cooper, Dublin — Soldier. 

Charman, Richard far res with John Craw- 
ford, Center tp. 

Crawford, John far 1£ miles s w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Crawford, Miss Sarah res with John Craw- 
ford, Center tp. 

Crawford, Nathan far res with John 
Crawford, Center tp. 

Crask, William far s s Green Mount pike 
2 miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

CROCKER BEN J AMIN— Crocker $ Bro. 
— res w s 6th bet Main and Walnut, Rich 
mond. 

CROCKER & BRO.— Peter G. # Benjamin 
O. — carriage manufacturers s s Main bet 6th 
and 7th, Richmond. 

CROCKER, PETER— Crocker $ Bro.— res 
n w cor 7th and Main, Richmond. 

CURME, A. A.—Ourme, Dunn $ Co.— re 
moved from e s 6th bet Market and Syca- 
more to w s 10th bet Sasafras and Mulberry, 
Richmond. 



CURME, DUNN & CO.— A. A. 0., I. D. 

D., A. J. Kaufman <J* D. G. Mc Whinney, suc- 
cessors to Curme $ Dunn — leather and find- 
ings s s Main bet Pearl and Marion, Rich- 
mond. 

Curme, Job far one mile east Chester, 
Wavne tp. 

DICKINSON, PHILEMON, jeweller, 

n s Main opp Huntington House, res n w 
c Franklin and Walnut, Richmond — Soldier. 

Davis Charles — T- B. French § Co. — res 
Prescott's boarding house, Richmond. 

Diltz, Henry A. far res Abington tp. 

Doughty, Miss Anna teacher res with 
Mrs. Jane S. Doughty, Centerville. 

Doughty, Samuel C. pres't town council, 
and saddle and harness maker, Main st w of 
Main Cross res with Mrs. Jane S. Doughty, 
Centerville. 

ELLIOTT B. W. & Son— B. W. E. $ 
Lewis 0. E. — changed from ' grocers s s Main 
bet Franklin and Fifth to furniture dealers 
n s Main three doors east of Fifth, under the 
Meredith House, Richmond. 

ESTELL, W. P.— Maxwell $ Estell and 
Estell Bros — res removed from w s Marion 
bet Main and Walnut to No. 4, Price's Row 
e s north Seventh, Richmond. 

Frazer, Paul far res 1 mile s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

FREEMAN, S. G. res nw cor Vine and 
Eleventh, Richmond. Not given correct in 
Citizens' Directory. 

French, T. B. & Co.— T. B. F. $ Charles Davis 
— (successors to Campbell & French,) livery 
stable e s Franklin 2 doors n Main, Rich- 
mond. 

GRIMES, A. C— Grimes tj .Bro.— res with 
Mrs. Mary Grimes, Wayne tp. 

GRIMES & BRO.— A. O. G. # Frank G.— 
grocers s s Main bet Fifth and 6th, Rich- 
mond. 

GRIMES, FRANK— Grimes £ Bro.— res 
with Wm. C. Clark, Richmond. 

Greer, Lydia — widow of Dr. John— res with 
Joshua Jefl'eris, Franklin tp. 

HADLEY, EDWIN, physician office 3 s 
Main, Barne's building, up-stairs, res n s 
Main bet Washington and Front, Kichmond, 

HAMMER, JESSE C. dry goods, remov- 
ed since we commenced this work, from 
Newport to Milton. 

HARDIN, RUSSELL B. grocer n e cor 
Cumberland and Davis res s w cor Dublin 
and Cumberland, Dublin— Softer. Mr. Har- 



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15 



din's name appears in another part of the book| McCONNELL & WILSON" L. O. McO. 

as of the firm of Miller & Hardin; but there $ Samuel P. W. — prop's Tremont House' 
was never any such firm. 

HARLAN, WICKLIFFE erroneously 
gpelled Harlow in the proper place, res with 
with J. G. Harlan, Franklin tp 



Harrington, Timothy watchman res w s 
Pearl s of Cliff, Richmond. 

HASECOSTER, improperly spelled in the 
Citizens' Directory. The above is the correct 
orthography. 

HOLLO WAT, D. Y.—Holloway $ Davis 
— in Citizens' Directory date of birth erro- 
neously given 1800, should be 1810. 

HOLLO WAY & PAGE— J. M. H. $ 
William H. P., successors to Ridge Sf Co. — lamps 
and lamp fixtures n s Main bet Fifth and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE M. removed from 
Richmond to Dublin, Sept., 1865 — Soldier, 

Irwin, F. M. res Center tp. 

Jackson, Achsum blacksmith shop and res 
e s Main north end of Hillsboro. 

JEFFERIS, CAPT. W. C. inspector of 
Internal Revenue for the Ffth Congressional 
District Ind, res in Franklin tp 1 mile north 
of Chester — Soldier 

Jones, Levi M. res with James Forkner, 
Centerville. 

JONES, S. D. homeopathic physician and 
surgeon, office and res s e cor Sixth and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

JUDAY & ROW— C. W.J. # Frank Row 
—grocers s s Main bet Fifth and Franklin, 
Richmond. 

KAUFMAN, A. J. — Ourme, Dunn and (Jo. 
— res s e cor Sixth and Walnut, Richmond 

Kelly, Miss Minerva dressmaker, res with 
Dr. Haughton, Richmond. 

Kendall, Reese res Cambridge City. 

Kidder, Peter C. carp res w s Seventh 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Lackey, Robert S. ticket agt Cin. and Ind 
June Railroad, res with I. K. O'Ferrall, Cam- 
bridge City. 

LAWRENCE, C. W.—Boyd and Law- 
rence — res s w cor Dublin and Maple sts., 
Dublin — Soldier. 

LEWIS, M. C. — Vaile, Lewis $ Co. — res e 
s Sixth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond 

Lewis, Andrew J. railroader res two 
squares w of June road machine shops, Cam 
bridge City. 

LITTLE, O. H. P. master machinist ii 
Junction machine shops, res one square north 
of shops, Cambri dge City. 

MARCHANT, FREDERICK res remov- 
ed from w s Sixth bet Main and Walnut to 
e s Seventh bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

MARCHANT, F. A.— Reed and Marchant 
—res with Frederick Marchant, Richmond 

McCONNELL, L. C. physician and of 
the firm of McOonnell and Wilson, office and 
res at the Tremont House, Richmond. 



Richmond. 

McGerr, Thomas res s e cor Pearl and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

McKernan, Mrs. Mary milliner 38J Main, 
bds at Sherman House, Richmond. 

McKernan, Warren baker bds at Sherman 
House, Richmond. 

McWHINNEY, D. C.—Ourme, Dunn$ Co. 
res n s Nat. road $ mile west of Richmond. 
Montfort, Mrs. Elizabeth res at the Sher- 
man House, Richmond. 

MORRISSON, ROBERT. Since the sketch 
we gave of this aged and honored citizen was 
printed in the Citizens' Directory, death has 
laid his icy hand upon him. He died of con- 
gestive chills, September 17th, 1865, aged 79 
years . 

Morrison, Ellen — widow — res e s Pearl bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Morrison, Charles butcher res with Mrs. 
Ellen Morrison, Richmond. 

NICHOLSON, JOHN— Nicholson Bros— 
erroneously spelled Hickolson in the Citizens' 
Directory, res 66 south Fifth, Richmond. 

O'REILLY, JOSEFH,priest of St. Eliza- 
beth Catholic Church, res s s Second bet 
Jones and Green, Cambridge City. 

PAGE, WILLIAM R.—Holloway $ Pagt 
—res n w c Franklin and Market, Richmond. 
Panse, Gustavus book-binder with C. J. 
Taylor, Richmond. 

Patch, C. M. clerk bds with W. B. Patch, 
Richmond. 

PEARCE, REV. W. H. pastor of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, w s Main Cross 
s of Main, res with John Myers s e cor of 
Wayne and First, Centerville. 

PHILLIPS HALL— formerly Starr Hall 
— A. Phillips prop n s Main e of Marion, 
Richmond. 

PRICE, JAMES H. book-keeper and ac- 
countant res s s Spring bet Pearl and Wash- 
ington, Richmond. 

Ransbottom, Robert res Centerville. 
REED, ROWLAND T.— not P.— far 4 
miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

ROGERSON, JAMES E. enlisted in Co 
F 69th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 6th, 1862, for 
three years, and was engaged in the battles of 
Richmond, Ky., Chickasaw Bluffs, Arkansas 
Post, Port Gibson, Champion Hills, Black 
River Bridge, seige and capture of Vicks- 
burg, battles of Jackson, Miss., Alexandria, 
La., and Memphis, at which place he was 
captured by Forrest, who made a sudden 
raid on the city in July, 1864. He was 
marched fifty miles barefoot, put on board of 
cars and taken to Cahawba, Alabama, where 
he remained in prison three months, when he 
was exchanged, Oct., 1864, and acted as clerk 
in the A. A. General's office for a short time; 
was then sent to New Orleans and acted aa 
clerk in the office of chief quarter-master in 



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OMISSIONS, REMOVALS, AND CORRECTIONS. 



JOHN W. FREE 



RICHMOND, 



ITVI>IAIV^. 



XXfiis for Sale 



which he will sell very low for Cash, or will give from one to five years on the deferred pay- 
ments ; also Thirty Acres of desirable 



OIL 



^-3XTI5 ss 



in Preble County, Ohio. He will trade any part of the same for town or city property. He has 
also two very 

YAOTJIBLE OTYEMTlGfCS* 

in which he will sell part interest ; or he offers to board reliable business men two weeks, and 

pay them double the amount they are now making, if he can not convince them that 

they can make from $200 00 to $500 00 per month, besides expenses, 

by engaging in the sale of the above Inventions. 

For farther information inquire of 

LEWIS D. STUBBS, Esq., Richmond, 

or at the owner's residence on Linden Hill, one-half mile east of the Huntington House, in 
Richmond, and south of the first grove. 



that place, until the expiration of his term, 
Aug., 1 865, his regiment having been mus- 
tered out about one month previous. He is 
now of the firm of Woods & Kogerson, 
painters, Kichmond. Received too late for 
the other part of the book. 

Shute, A. & A. — Amos $ Aaron — butcher, 
n s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, bds with Mr. 
Hudson, s Franklin, Richmond. 

SKINNER, S. M. sewing machine agt 
and boarding house s s Washington Av 1 door 
W Quaker City machine works, Richmond. 

STIDHAM, JOSEPHS.— see correction in 
Appendix to Soldiers' Register. 

TREMONT HOUSE, n e cor Main and 
Fifth, Richmond, McConnell & Wilson, props 

VAILE, LEWIS & CO— 0. A. Vaile, M. 
O. Lewis § S. D. Wilson — window shade 
manuf 32 and 34 Main st up-stairs, Richmond. 

VAILE, CHARLES A.— Vaile, Lewis $ 
Co. — res with Dr. Joel Vaile, Richmond 

WILSON, S. T).— Vaile, Lewis $ Co, 
res with M. C. Lewis, Richmond. 

WILSON, SAMUEL F.—McConneU $ 
Wilson — res Tremont House, Richmond. 

WINCHELL, J. W. dentist with Dr. W. 
H. Hewitt, res with Mrs. Ellen Hutson, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

WOODS & ROGERSON— Isaac R. W. 
$ James E. R. — painters, 43 Main 3d story 
bet Marion and Pearl, Richmond. 



WRIGHT, WILLIAM. The sketch of Richmond. 



him in the Soldiers' Register should say that 
he was a son of Cyrus Wright, Wayne tp. 

Yergan, Christopher stone mason res e a 
Front s of Mill, Richmond. 

Yergan, Henry res e s Front s of Mill 
Richmond. 

SOCIETIES OMITTED. 

Wayne County Sunday-School Society. Or- 
ganized at Richmond in May, 18*55. Jesse 
B. Coffin, President, Almon Samson, Record- 
ing Secretary, E. H Dennis, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

Wayne County Teachers' Association. Or- 
ganized in 1855. Jesse H. Brown, President, 
Miss Mary Perry, Secretary. Meets once ev- 
ery month. 

Richmond Circle, Fenian Brotherhood. Or- 
ganized November 17th, 1864. Officers — 
Daniel McCarthy, Center, John J. Harring- 
ton, Secretary. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at the n e cor of Main and Front streets, 
over Hughes' grocery store, Richmond. 

Wayne County Agricultural Society. J. M. 
Gaar, President, E. H. Dennis, Secretary. 
Gives an annual exhibition at its fairgrounds 
in Richmond. The exhibitions are usually 
given in September. 

Richmond Horticultural Association. J. C. 
Ratliff, President, Timothy Harrison, Secre- 
tary. Meets the second and fourth Satur- 
days in each month, at No. 3 Engine Hall , 



WAYNE COUNTY DIRECTORY 



For 1865 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

nb., for above; agt , agent; asst., assistant; atty., attorney ; av., avenue; bds., 
or brds., boards ; bel, below; bet., between; carp., carpenter; col. or coVd color- 
ed ; c. or cor., corner ; cFk, clerk ; far., farmer ; h. or lise, house; ins., insur- 
ance ; Jab., laborer; manuf., manufacturer or manufactory ; mack., machinist; 
Nat., National ; n, s, e, w, north, south, east, west; n s, s s, e s, to s, north side, 
south side, east side, west side; opp., opposite; prop., or prop' r, proprietor: 
res., resides or residence ; ser., or serv., servant ; tpke., turnpike ; tp., or twp., 
township. Names in "CAPS." indicate that they are patrons of the work, 
except ministers and a few others, complimentary. 

If you fail to find the name you wish to see, turn to the "Soldiers' Register," 
and Appendix to the same ; if you do not find it there, look at the Corrections. 
Omissions, and Removals. 



J± 



ABKAHAMS, ISRAEL, grocer, n s 
Main, bet. Main Cross and Spruce, Center- 
ville; res same. 

Adair, William, far, "Washington twp 6 
miles s w Centerville. 

Adams, Henry, belt maker, res. with A. 
Addington, Richmond. 

Adams, John, painter, res n s Main, bet 
Walnut & Jones, Cambridge. 

Adams, Thomas, far, S. S. C. & C. Air 
LineR. R., \\ miles east Washington, Clay tp. 

Adamson, Jonathan P , far, n s Jackson- 
burg road, 3 miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Adamson, Simon R., far, res 1£ miles east 
of Economy, Perry tp. — Soldier. 

ADDINGTON, ABIJAH, carp, res e s 
Seventh, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

ADDINGTON, ANNA— widow Naamn, 
Soldier — res with Aaron Burdsal, Center tp. 

Addington, John, lab, res with John Maud- 
lin, Center tp. 

Addington, John, farm, res Chester. 

ADDINGTON, LEANDER, cl'k with W. 
O 



H. Lanthurn & Co., bds 24 South Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Addleman, Benjamin F., far, res 2 miles 
s w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

ADDLEMAN, B. W, grocer and deal- 
er in country produce, n e cor Main and 
Main Cross, Hillsboro. 

Addleman, Byron W., far, res with W. S. 
Addleman. 

ADDLEMAN, J. C, carp, res Main Cross 
Street, n s, Hillsboro. 

ADDLEMAN, JOHN H., res with Wil- 
liam Addleman, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Addleman, John M., res Hillsboro. 

Addleman, J. P., photographer, 102 & 104 
Main; res 20 South Fifth, Richmond. 

ADDLEMAN, MAKALiA— widow Jacob 
— res on farm 2 miles n w Hillsboro, Frank- 
lin tp. 

Addleman, William, far, near Hillsboro n s. 

Addleman, W. S. far, 2£ miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Addleman, William S., far, res 2 miles B 
w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Adrian, "William, locksmith, w s Pearl, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Agal, Peter, far, £ mile s e Germantown, 
Jackson tp. 

Agan, Michael, lab, res Sevatopol 

Agan, Peter, lab, res with M. D. Herbst, 
Milton. 

Agan, William, lab, res Sevastopol. 

AGENBR'OAD, KEV. J. P. Pastor 1st 
Baptist Church, e s Pearl, bet Main and 
Spring; res 59 South Sixth, Kichmond. 

Agle, George; far, 1\ miles n e Miton, 
Washington tp. 

Ahaus, Harmon, grocer, e s Boston tpke, 
opposite Fair Ground; res the same, Kich- 
mond. 

Ahreet, Alonzo, shoemaker, res w s Front, 
bet Spring and Sassafras, Kichmond. 

Ahreet, Miss Eliza, res with Alonzo Ah- 
reet, Kichmond. 

Aikin, Miss A. J., res with Ezekiel Aikin, 
Wayne tp. 

AIKIN, EZEKIEL— E. Aikin $ Oo.—res 
s s New Paris road, 1|- miles n e Kichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

A.ikin, John, wool carder, res with Ezekiel 
Aikin, Wayne tp. 

Aikin, Miss Mary, res with Ezekiel Aikin, 
Wayne tp. 

Aikin, Miss Sarah H., res with Ezekiel 
Aikin Wayne tp. 

AIKIN, E. & CO. — Ezekiel A. $ Semi I 
Porter — Propr's Fleecy Dale Woolen Fac- 
tory, 1 mile n e Richmond, Waye tp. 

Ainsworth, James, carp, res e s Front, n 
Spring, Kichmond. 

Airhart, Win. H., blacksmith, res with H. 
D. W. Edens, Richmond. 

Albaugh, Zachariah, far, s s State road, 3 
miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson twp. 

Albertson, Cyrus O., far, s s Washington 
and Fairfax Road, 3 miles n e Washington, 
Center tp. 

Albert, Ephraim, dry goods & grocer, 
re* Germantown. 

Albert, Emmanuel, township assessor, res 
Germantown. 

Albert, Levi, tobacconist, res Germantown. 

Albertson, Calvin, blacksmith, Dalton. 

Albertson, Elwood, far, § mile e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Albertson, Jesse, far, n s Washington 
pike, | mile east Washington, Clay tp. 

Albertson, James, mill-wright. ress-a Mar- 
ket, bet Washington and Green, Richmond. 

Albertson, Rebecca — widow Baity — res 
with Elwood Albertson, Clay tp. 

Albertson, Miss Sarah, res with Jesse Al- 
bertson, Clay tp. 

ALBRIGHT, ADELINE, res s s Cumber- 
land, bet Davis and Johnson, Dublin. 

Albright, Martha — widow — res on farm, 1 
mile s w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Albright, Peter B. far, res w s Brook, s s 
Canal, Milton. 



Albright, William, lab, res with John Co- 
mer, Green tp. 

Ale, Henry, lab, res 84, South Fifth, Rich- 
mond. 

Alexander, John, chair maker, res w s 
Franklin, Richmond. 

Alexander, John W. cabinet maker, re& 
w s Fifth, bet South and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

ALEXANDER, SAMUEL, cabinetmak- 
er, res w s Fifth, bet South and Sycamore. 
Richmond. 

Alexander, William W., tinner, (withNor- 
dyke & Co.), b'ds at Sherman h'se Richmond 
— Soldier. 

Alkern, Miss Sallie, res D. B. Bobbins, 
Economy. 

Allen," Charles, far, s e cor Boston tp, 2 
miles s e Boston. 

Allen, Christena — widow Philip — res with 
Nancy Johnson, Economy. 

Allen, Eliza — col'd — res at Strattan's 
Boarding House, Richmond. 

ALLEN & GRANT— John P. A. $ Gee, 
H. G. — manuf 's of school furniture, n e cor 
Sixth and Walnut, Richmond. 

Allen, Jacob, far, s s C. & G. E. R. R., 1 
mile e Walnut Level Station, Jefferson tp. 

Allen, John, far, 1} miles w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Allen, John, lab., res with Michael Fitz- 
gibbons, Clifton. 

ALLEN, JOHN Y— Allen § Grant— ret 
69 South Sixth, Richmond. 

Allen, Joseph M., collar maker, res \ mile 
w Newport pike, 1 mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Allen, Joseph, far, 1 mile s Dalton, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Allen, Joshua, lab., 2] miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

ALLEN, MICHAEL, far, s e cor Maim 
and Fourth, Centerville. 

Allen, Milton, farmer, res with Joseph 
Allen, Dalton tp. 

ALLEN, RICHARD, shoemaker, New- 
port. 

Allen, William, carp, res bet Walnut and 
Main, and Green and Jackson, Richmond. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM— Allen £ Weese— 
res s s North High, bet Ft. Wayne Av and 
Center, Richmond. 

ALLEN & WEESE— William A. $ Ira 
W. — grocers, e. s Ft. Wayne Avenue, bet 
Vine and Noble, Richmond. 

Allender, Miss Ann J., res with Larkin 
Gaar, Boston tp. 

Allender, William, carriage maker, res n 
e cor Walnut and Seventh, Richmond — 
Soldier. 

AMPEY, DICEY— {coV d) Widow James 
— J mile n e Newport, New Garden tp. 

AMPEY, JAMES M. — coVd— far, ree 
. with Dicey Ampey, New Garden tp. 



CITIZENS DIRECTORY. 



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E. Y. TEAS & BROTHEK, 

CASCADE GARDEN AND NURSERY J 

Sontli Pearl Street, 



w w 



Apple, Pear, Plum, Cherry ami Peach Trees: Grape Vines of all the best kinds; small 

Fruits in great variety. 

Shade Trees, Evergreens, Roses, Flowering Slirubs, 

Green-house and Bedding Plants, Bulbs, Vegetable and Flower seeds. Small Evergreens 
and Stocks for Nurserymen. 

SWEET POTATO AND OTHER VEGETABLE PLANTS. 



Amsden, J. M., book-keeper, res 15 s Fifth, 
Richmond. 

Anderson, A. C, res with John Anderson, 
Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Anderson. Barton S., far res Bethel. 

Anderson, Charles, far on farm owned by J. 
Morinan, 4 miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Anderson, Charles W., far, 5 miles n w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Anderson, David, carp, res c s Sixth, bet 
Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Anderson, Elizabeth— widow of \Vm. B. 
propr — Anderson House, s w cor Perry and 
Madison, Hagerstown. 

Anderson, George, butcher, res 4 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Anderson, George, tailor, res e s Main, bet 
South and Sycamore, Richmond — Soldier. 

Anderson, Miss Hannah, res with Eliza- 
beth Anderson, Hagerstown. 

ANDERSON, HOSEA, far, 1 mile n w 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 

Anderson, Isaac, far, e s count}- road, *2.] 
miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

ANDERSON, JACOB W., far. 2 miles 
n w Bethel, Franklin tp. 

ANDERSON, JAS. H, stock dealer, res 
with John Anderson, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Anderson, James V*., far, res with George 
Beeler, Washington tp. 

Anderson, John, far, near Bethel, where 
he has lived 47 years. He furnished five 
tons for the army, three of whom lost their 
lives in the service, and one became perma- 
nently disabled. 

Anderson Joseph, retired far, res near 
Bethel on the north. 

ANDERSON, LAFAYETTE, son of 
Mrs. Sarah Anderson, Franklin tp. 

ANDERSON, NATHAN, far s s pike, f 
mile w Bethel, Franklin tp. Mr. Anderson, 
with his widowed mother and large family 
•f broteers and sisters, emigrated to the place 
where he now resides, in 1818. Aged 59 years. 

ANDERSON, RILEY W., res e s Frank- 



lin, bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 
Mr. Anderson collected the information in 
Franklin Township for this book. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT, far, near Beth*! 
Soldier. 

Anderson, Samuel, far, 3 1 miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson, tp. 

Anderson, Sarah — widow — res. Main Cro?s 
Street, e end, Bethel. 

ANDERSON, T. N.— Anderson § Frit: 
— res s s Main, between Perry and Elm, Ha- 
gerstown — Soldier. 

Anderson, Thomas — cold — -barber, r©« 
with Calvin Outland, Richmond. 

Anderson, William, lab, res w s Williams- 
burg pike, I mile n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM, far, \ mile w 
Bethel, s s Bethel pike, Franklin tp. 

Anderson William, far, res with Samuel 
Anderson, Jackson tp. 

Anderson, William H„ cl'k with I I. 
Parson, res 78 Main, (2d story), Richmond. 

ANDERSON & FRITZ- T. N. A. # A. F- 
hardware dealers, n e cor Main and Perry. 
Hagerstown. 

Andrews, Abigail, res with David Little. 
Wayne tp. 

Andrews, David, tanner, res s s Harrisim. 
bet Froundry and Milton. Dublin. 

Andrews, Elizabeth — widow Barrett — res » 
s Dalton pike, 1^ miles n Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Andrews, Joseph M., brakesman, bds at 
Baker H'se, Richmond. 

Anstill, Miss H, printer, res Cambridge. 

Archer, C. — cold, widow R. — res Newport. 

Archer, Eliza — col'd — res with Harrison 
Nickens, Newport. 

Archer, John W. — cold — tar, res Newport. 

Archry, Larkin, far, 21 miles n e Richmond 

Arkenberg, Clem, house painter, res e s 
Boston tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

ARMENT, GEORGE, W., far, n s Paris- 
road, | miles e Chester, Wayne tp. 

Armenc, Lydia — widow of John — res 4.£, 
miles n Rchmond. Wayne tp. 



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Armfield, Catharine — widow G, W. — res 
n s Main, Williamsburg. 

Armfield, "William, harness maker, and 
toll keeper on Richmond and Newport pike, 
s JVewport, New Garden tp. 

Armstrong, Daniel, tinner, res n s Cum- 
berland, bet Dublin and Davis, Dublin. 

Armstrong, Harmon, carp, res s s Walnut, 
bet West River and Main Cross, Milton. 

Armstrong, John, Jr., far, res with John 
Armstrong, Sen. 

Armstrong William, nailmaker, res e s 
Marion, bet South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Arnett, Addison, far, res with Jesse Arnett. 
Green tp. 

Arnett, Miss Anna, res with Jesse Arnett, 
Green tp. 

Arnett, Asbury, gate keeper, Dalton tp, 
4 miles n Hagerstown. 

Arnett, Jesse, farmer, 1^ miles, n w Fair- 
fax, Green tp. 

Arnett, Mahlon, far, e s Paris and Wil- 
liamsburg road, 1\ miles s w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Arnett, Milton, far on land of Willis 
Arnett, 2jj miles s w Newport. 

Arnett, AVillis, far, w s Paris and Wil- 
liamsburg road, '1\ miles s w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Arnold, Miss Ann, res with Peter Arnold, 
Boston tp. 

Arnold Charles, gardener, e s Fifth, bet 
Walnut and South, Richmond. 

Arnold, Miss Cordelia, res with P.Arnold, 
.Boston tp. 

Arnold, Miss Margaret, res with Charles 
Arnold, Richmond. 

Arnold, John, far, res with P. Arnold. 
Boston tp. 

Arnold, Miss Mattie, milliner, with Mrs. 
M. F. Moodie, b'ds at Eagle H'se, Richmond. 

Arnold, M. G., inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Arnold Oliver, far, res with Charity Gwin. 

Arnold, Peter, far, Boston tp, 5 miles s 
e Richmond. 

Arnold, Miss Susan A., res with Robert 
McLanahan, Jefferson tp 

Arnt, Leopold, tanner, res w s Williams- 
burg pike, \ mile n w Richmond. 

Asher, Andollen H., far, res on farm own- 
ed by Anna Culbertson, 5 miles n e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Ashley, Anna C. — widow of Joseph L. — 
res e s Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, 
Jlichmond. 

Atkinson, Ark, far, w s Williamsburg and 
Richmond pike, 2 miles s e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Atkinson, Miss Belle, Milliner, res Catha- 
rina Huff, New Garden tp. 

Atkinson, Henry, far, \\ miles n e AVash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Atkinson, James M., teacher, res Economy. 



Atkinson, Miss Nancy, res with W. S. 
Brown, Green tp. 

Atkinson, Miss Parmelia, res with W. S. 
Brown, Green tp. 

Atkinson, Rebecca — widow John — res 1\ 
miles n e Washington, Clay tp. 

Atkinson, Miss Sarah J., teacher, res with 
W. S. Brown, Gieen tp. 

ATWOOD, HENRY, mach in Robinson's 
machine shop, res with William Hall. Mr. 
Atwood was a conscript in the rebel army, 
deserted, came to Richmond, and married, 
and expects to remain here. 

Aughee, Miss Rell, res with George Bacon, 
Richmond. 

Aukerman, Daniel, 2 \ miles n Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Ault, Adam engineer, res w s Gaar, opp 
North High, Richmond. 

Austerman, Bernhardt, teamster, res w s 
Boston pike, near Richmond. 

Austin, Ann — widow Jcmtes — res 1 mile n 
e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Austin, Miss Debbie, res with James A. 
Austin, Richmond. 

Austin, James A., retired, res 15 South 
Front, Richmond. 

Austin, Miss Lydia, res with James A 
Austin, Richmond. 

Austin, Miss Rebecca, res with James A. 
Austin, Richmond. 

Austin, Samuel, J., far, 1 mile n e Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Austin, Thomas mach, res w s Front, bet 
Walnut and Main. Richmond. 

AUSTIN, AVILLIAM. AV., City cl'lc & 
book-keeper, b'ds at Prescott's boarding h'se, 
Richmond. 

Averdick, Matthias, lab, res 148 South 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Avery, Charles, lab, res with Anna Cul- 
bertson, Center tp. 

AA T ERY, INCREASE J., physician, s e 
cor Main and Marion, res w s Pearl, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond — Soldier. 

AA 7 ERY, J. E. — Avery <j" Bowen — res w s 
Pearl, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Avery, Joseph L., far on the Wayne farm, 
e s Richmond and Boston pike, Ik mile s 
Richmond, AVayne tp. 

Avery, Miss Mary J., res with Dr. I. J. 
Avery, Richmond. 

AA V ERY & BOAVEN— J. Edwin A. $ 
Olovis Hiltovis B. — druggists, s e cor Main 
and Marion, Richmond. 

Ayers, Miss Mary A., res with Robert 
Ayers, Hagerstown. 

AYERS, NICHOLAS, carp, res ws Green, 
n Spring, Richmonnd. 

Ayers, Robert, cooper, res s w cor AValnul 
and Sycamore, Hagerstown. 

AYLER, CHARLES, prop Pacific House, 
n w cor Main and Center, Cambridge. 

Ayler. Augustus, cabinet maker, res s » 
Alain, bet Green and AYashington, Richmond. 



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R. G. CLAGETT, M. D., 

'fcy sieian & Surgeon. 
Office — At Residence, 

No. 41, North Seventh Street, 



J. M. BOTTENBERG, 

PlOTOfiBAFHEB, 

Over First National Bank, Main St., 

CENTERVILLE, IND. 

Pictures of all kinds made in the highest style of the Art; also, 
old pictures copied and enlarged to any .size. 

Fancy Ft'twnes, Cases and Alliums 
Constantly on hand. 



B 



Baber, B. F., carriage trimmer, res s e cor 
10th and Broadway, Richmond. 

Babson, Charles H., far, s s Nat Road, e of 
Dublin. 

Bacon, Charles, carp, res s s Main, East 
Cambridge. 

Bacon, George — Wiggs § Bacon — res e s 
Front, bet Market and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond. 

BACHAMAN, S, dealer in liquors, cigars 
and tobacco, 75 Main, re? e s Franklin, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Backinstos, Charles L., tinner, res with 
Elisha Brown, Hagerstown. 

Badon, Augustus, R. R. Contractor, res s 
» Basin, bet Centre and Chestnut, Cam- 
bridge City. 

Baer, 0. P., homeopathic physician, s w 
cor Fifth and "Walnut, res same Richmond. 

Bagford, C. B., plasterer, res n s Main, w 
of Washington, Hagerstown. 

Bailey, Charles, far with James Bailey, 
Wayne tp. 

Bailey, David D., far, 2 \ miles n of New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

BAILEY, DAVID L, far, w s Washing- 
ton & Economy pike, 3i miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Bailey, Edward F., far, s s Central R. R., 
2| miles west of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

"BAILEY, EDWARD W., far, e s sec- 
tion road, on Hiram Bailey's farm, 3 miles 
n of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Bailey, Miss Elizabeth, res with Robert 
Bailey, Newport. 

Bailey, Evan, carp, Washington. 

Bailer, George, news ag't on C. & G. E. R. 
R., bds at Eagle House, Richmond. 

Bailery, John, carp, Washington, Clay tp. 

Bailery, Henry, far, 1^ miles w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Baily, Henry H., coppersmith, res e s 
Main, Williamsburg — (Soldier). 

Bailey, Hiram, far, e s section road, 3 
miles n of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Bailey, James, far, n s Nat road, li miles 
w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 
Baily, John A., w s Jacksonburg & Fort 
Wayne road, 4 miles n e of Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Bailey, Josiah M., far, lj miles n e of 
Newport, New Garden tp. 



Bailey, Lewis, far, l\ miles s e of Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Bailey, Miss Melinda, teacher, res with 
Hiram Bailey, N<w Garden tp. 

Bailey, Martha — widow John — w s Wash- 
ington & Economy pike, 3 £ miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Bailey, Miss Mary, tailoress, res with 
Mary Bailey, Milton. 

Bailey, Mary — widow Wallace — tailoress, 
res n s South St., Milton. 

Bailey, Milo, far, es Washington & Econ- 
omy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 

Bailey, Miss Minerva E, res with Henry 
Bailey. 

Bailey, Robert, potter, shop and residence 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Bailey, Miss Sarah, tailoress, res with 
Mary Bailey, Milton. 

Bailey, Sarah M., res with James Bailey, 
Wayne tp. 

BAILY, THOMAS F.— T. F. Baily # Co. 
—res 47 s Fifth, Richmond. 

BAILY, T. F. & CO.— T. F. Baily § Wm. 
Baily — queens ware dealers, 106 Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Bailey, T. P., lab, res w s Marion, bet 
Walnut and Main, Richmond. 

BAILY, WM., auctioneer — also of firm 
of T. F. Baily $ Co.— No. 2 Main, "res e s- 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Bain, Margaret — col'd — res with Cath- 
arine Gulliver, Richmond. 

Baird, Orange, shoe maker, n s Cumber- 
land, bet Dublin and Davis, res same, Dub- 
lin. 

Bakeman, Henry, lab, res w s Seventh, 
bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Baker, Clark, wagon maker, res Pacific 
House. Cambridge. 

Baker, Daniel T., carp, res w s Green, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Baker, Henry F., far, res s s Main, bet 
Spruce and Ash, Centreville. 

Baker, Jacob, painter, res at toll gate, j 
mile e of Washington, Clay tp. 

BAKER, JAMES A., carp, res e s Davis, 
bet Cumberland and Maple, Dublin. 

Baker, James, res n s Main, c of Fourth. 
Centreville. 

Baker, James, res on farm owned by Bar- 
ton Ferguson, Washington. 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Baker, Leopold, shoemaker, res s e cor: Baldwin, Miss Rhoda, res with John 
Main and West River, Milton. Baldwin, New Garden tp 

BAKER, LUCRETIA— wife of James A.\ Baldwin, Uriah H., for, e s R. & N. pike. 
— res Dublin. J2£ miles s of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Baker, Marquis, shoemaker, res with Ham-; Baldwin, William, far, 2\ miles s e of 
ilton Collins, Dublin. 'Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Baker', Miss Sarah, res with James Baker. Baldwin, William, far, e s Dalton pike. 
C-enterville. j Dalton tp, 4 miles n of Hagerstown. 

Baker, William A., lab on the farm of, Baldridge. Mary A. — widow of Washbuj- 
Natban Hawkins, Wayne tp. fori — n s of Hagerstown & Washington pike. 

BAKER, WILLIAM, prop Baker House, 2 milest e of Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 
w s Marion, bet Main and Spring, Rich-; Baldridge, Morrison, far, \ mile s of Ha- 
mond. jgerstown. 

BAKER, WILLIAM, far, 2f miles n w BALDRIDGE, RANKIN, far, 3 mile* 
Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. n e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp.' 

Bakhorn, Angelina, res with Nathan, Ba]eSi Boater, far, on farm owned bv 
Mendenball. New Garden tp. ! Isaac Beeson, 1 mile n w of Dalton, Dalto'n 

Baldwin, Miss Anna J., res with Uriah H.| t p_ 
Baldwin, New Garden tp. Bales, David M., lab, res withB. Brown. 

BALDWIN, BAILEY, far, 1\ miles n e Boston ' tp 
Washington, Clay tp. BALFE, JAMES, expressman, res w s 

Baldwin, Miss Charity, res with David, Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 
Baldwin. Dalton tp. i B a jf e J ames j r engineer, res with James 

BALDWIN CYRUS, far, 1 mile n of Balfe? Richm0Ild J . h 

Washington. Ball, Edward J., sewing machine ag't, bds 

Baldwin, David, far, Franklin, Dalton tp. at Eagle House, Richmond. 

Baldwin Eli C, far, n s Williamsburg & BALL, ELKANAH, far, 7 miles s e MiT- 
Kconomy road, 3 miles e of Economy, Green i to ^ -\y as hi ng ton tp. — Soldier. 



tp. 

Baldwin, Enos P., far 
posite n High, Richmond. 

Baldwin, Elias, far, ] mile e of Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Baldwin, Miss Elizabeth, res with John 
Baldwin, Dalton tp. 

Baldwin, Elwood, far. s s Economy & 
Dalton road, f mile e of Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Baldwin, Franklin, far, f mile s Franklin, 
Dalton tp. 

BALDWIN, JENNIE, teacher, res with 
David D. Bailey, New Garden tp. 

Baldwin, John, far, e s R. & N. pike, 2i 
miles s of Newport. Mr. Baldwin is 77 
years of age. Settled in this county 10th 
month and 11th day, 1811, on Noland's Fork. 
Removed to Michigan 12th month 1827, 
find settled on what is now called Baldwin's 
Prairie. Soon after, a person settling close 
by, fell out with him, and hired the Indians 
to kill him ; so they entered the house one 
night and beat him severely, and left him 
for dead ; but he recovered, and went to the 
treaty of Tippecanoe and received $1,500 
damages. He is now living with his fourth 
wife. 

Baldwin, John, gunsmith, Dalton, res 
fame. 

BALDWIN, JONATHAN, far, H miles 
n e Washington, Clay tp. 

Baldwin, "Nathan, far, £ mile e of Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Baldwin, Nathan, far, res with William 
Hough, Newport. 

Baldwin, Quincy, nurseryman, 1| miles s 
w of Newport, New Garden tp. 



reswsGaar,op-L f B £ LL - VpT 
x ibet Mam and Ph 



Main Cross. 



dentist, w 
urn, res s s Main, bet Spruce 
and Ash, Centreville. 

Ballard, Achilles — Kirk $ Ballard — res e 
s Davis, n Dublin St., Dublin. 

Ballard, B., agricultural implements, re* 
e s Front, bet Broadway and Sassafras. 
Richmond. 

Ballard, Miss Jennie, teacher, res with B. 
Ballard, Richmond. 

BALLENGER, CHARLES B., far, ] 
mile n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Ballenger, Elizabeth — widow Joshua — re* 
e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Ballenger, Jacob, far, w s Winchester & 
Washington road, 3 miles w of Williams- 
burg, Green tp — (Soldier). 

Ballenger, Jonathan, far, s s E. & H. R. 
R., 3^ miles e of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Ballenger, Miss Martha J., res with Jona- 
than Ballenger, Wayne tp. 

BALLENGER, MOLLIE— -wife of John. 
soldier — res with Isaac Bennett; Cambridge. 

Ballenger, Sarah — widow of Benjamin- — 
res with Jacob Ballenger, Green tp. 

Ballenger, William, att'y at law, s w cor 
Main and Canal, Cambridge. 

BALLENGER, WILLIAM, far, res I 
mile s of Economy & Williamsburg road. 
leaving said road 2 miles s e of Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Bailer, Samuel, far, Washington. 

Balsler, Henry, far, 1 mile n w of New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Baltzly, Joseph, lab, res with Charles 
Shoemaker, Wayne tp. 



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23 



CHARLES E. POTTS, 

(Successor to E. G. Potts,) 

"Wholesale and Retail 

A.nd Dealer in 

Corner Main and Franklin Streets, 

niO!EC3Vr03NrX>, TT^ id. 



Bankhead, James G., carp, res with Bur- 
gess Legg, Centre tp. 

BANK, CITIZENS— W. H. Moore, Pres- 
ident; J. J. Petty, Cash'r — n w cor Main 
and Main Cross, Milton. 

BANK, CITIZENS, Morrison, Blanchard 
vt Co., n e cor Main and Pearl, Richmond. 

BANK, FIRST NATIONAL— John Cal- 
laway, Pres't ; Thomas Newby, Cash'r — ss 
Main, bet Foote and Green, Cambridge. 

BANK. FIRST NATIONAL— Jabob B. 
Julian, Pres't; O. T. Jones, Cash'r — s s 
Main, bet Main Cross and Spruce, Center- 
ville. 

BANK, FIRST NATIONAL— James E. 
Reeves, Pres't ; Thomas G. Yarrington, 
Cash'r; C. W. Ferguson, Teller — n w cor 
Main and Franklin, Richmond. 

BANK, RICHMOND NATIONAL, (L T . 
S. designated depository), C. F. Coffin, Pres- 
ident; A. H. Blanchard, Cash'r, n s Main, 
bet Pearl and Marion. Richmond. 

Banks, John, far and harness-maker, res 
1$ miles north of Economy, Perry tp. 

Banks, Alfred B., lab, res with John 
Banks, Perry tp. 

Banneman, John H., far, n of Nat. road, 
2 h miles w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bannan, Michael, lab, res Sevastopol. 

BARCH, CHARLES, pump maker, n w 
eor Main and Third, res n s Walnut, bet 
Third and Fourth, Centreville. 

Barch, Mary, baker, s s Main, bet First 
3nd Main Cross, Centreville. 

Bardsley, James, boiler maker, res s s 
Washington Av, bet Ft. Wayne Av and 
Gaar, Richmond. 

BARE, HENRY, sawyer, res w s Tenth, 
a R. R., Richmond. 

Barefoot, Samuel, carp, res Jaeksonburg. 

Barett, Martha — widoio of Aquilla — seam- 
stress, res s s Cumberland, bet Dublin and 
Davis Sts, Dublin. 

BARGIS, T. J., steves and tin- ware, No. 



12ns Main, bet Pearl and Front, res same, 
Richmond. 

Barix. Charles H. — cold — drayman, res 
s s n High, Richmond 

Barker, Edw'd, blacksmith, res with Char- 
ley Thompson, Milton — (Soldier). 

Barker, Matthew M., sawyer, res 75 s 
'Sixth St, Richmond— (Soldier). 

Barker, Ruth — widow Matthew — res with 
[Benjamin Johnson, Richmond. 

Barker, John T., lab on farm owned by 
[Samuel Moore, n s Richmond & Liberty 
j Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 6 miles s of 
I Richmond. 

Barkeloo, Miss Mary, res with J. P. Ad- 
idleman, Richmond. 

Barker, William, lab, res with Wm Bax- 
ter, West Richmond. 

Barman, Bennett, carp, res n e cor Sixth 
and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Barnall, Catharine — widow James — res in 
Jacksonsburg, Harrison tp. 

Barnall, Miss Parmelia, seamstress, res 
with Catharine Barnall. 

Barnard, Eli B., far, res s s Munice road. 
1J miles n w of Economy. Perry tp. 

BARNARD & LONG— Paul B. $ J. C. 
L. — props Union Flouring Mills, n w eor 
Sixth and Elm, Richmond. 

BARNARD, PAUL— Barnard § Long- 
res, n w cor Ninth and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Barnes, Caroline C. — widow Henry — res s 
s Milton & Rushville pike, at 1st toll gate, 
Washington tp. 

Barnes, Mrs. Cynthia, res with John Bow- 
man, Perry tp. 

Barnes, G. W.— G. W. Barnes $ Co.— res 
87 s Pearl, e s, bet Market and Sycamore. 
Richmond. 

Barnes, G. W. & Co.— G. W. Barnes Jf 
E. W. Yarrington — Grocers and Provision 
Dealers, No. 31 Main, s s, bet Pearl and 
Marion, Richmond. 



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WATNK COUNTY 



BARNES, KEY. H. N.— of the M. E. 

Church — res w s Main Cross, bet Spice and 
South, Centreville. 

BARNES, MISS ISADORE, teacher, res 
with Mrs. Caroline Barnes, Milton. 

Barnes, James, wagon maker, Boston. 

Barnes, John, far, res 1 mile e of Lynn- 
ville pike, 3 miles n of Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Barnes, Jesse W., far on J. Barnes' land, 

3 miles n of Newport, New Garden tp. 
Barnes, Miss Sarah M. — coVd — res with 

Thomas Barnes, Jackson tp. 

Barnes, S. F., far, w s of R. & L-C. pike, 

4 miles s w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Barnes, Miss Sidney, res with S. F. Barnes. 

BARNES, THOMAS— coF*— barber, res 

s s Nat. road, adjoining Dublin on the east. 

BARNETT, BENNETT & ENTEART 

—Otho H. B., Nathan R. B. § William B. E. 
— manufs of wheels, spokes and hubs, n e 
cor Railroad and Centre, Cambridge. 

Barnett, George S., brick-mason, res n w 
cor Sixth and Mulberry, Richmond. 

BARNETT, OTHO H.— Burnett, Bennett 
$ Enyeart — res n s Park, bet Walnut and 
Jones, Cambridge City. 

Barnett, Samuel, bricklayer, res § of mile 
n of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Barney, Frank, brakeman, b'ds with Har- 
ry Williams, Richmond. 

Barrenphol, Miss Catharine, res with Ed- 
win Jones, Richmond. 

Barrenphol, Christof, lab, res s s Liberty 
pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Barr, John, far, Dalton tp, 3J miles n of 
Hagerstown. 

Barr, John, jr., far, res with John Barr, sr., 
Dalton tp. 

Barr, John S., far, \ mile n of New- 
port & Williamsburg road; also of firm of 
Barr & Jeffrey, 1 mile w of Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Barr & Jeffrey — John B. and John J. — 
manuf of Sorghum Mills and other ap- 
paratus, 1 mile w of Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Barr, Miss Jeanette, res with John Barr, 
Sen., Dalton tp. 

Barr, William N., harness maker, res 45 
n Sixth, Richmond — (Soldier). 

Bartel, Christopher, blacksmith, res w s 
Seventh, bet Sycamore & South, Richmond. 
(Soldier). 

Bartel, Clumer, res w s Seventh, near the 
fair grounds, Richmond. 

Bartel, William, molder, res e s Boston 
pike, opposite fair grounds, Richmond. 

Bartel, Henry, carp, res with William C. 
Bartel, Richmond. 

Bartel, Wm. C, lab, res w s Seventh, bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Barth, Adam, lab, res over C. Schover's 
store, Richmond. 



Barton Barnabas, far, res in Hillsboro' — 
(Soldier). 

BARTON, DANIEL BOONE, far, 1 mile 
n e of Middleboro, Wayne tp. 

Barton, Samuel, far, w s Centreville and 
Abington pike, 3 miles s of Centreville, Cen- 
tre tp. 

Barton, William, far, res 1 mile n of Mid- 
dleboro', Franklin tp. 

Bartsch, Reuben, far, n s Nat. road, 1-J 
miles n of Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Bass, Warren — cot-d — farming on Daniel 
Garret's land, 2.V miles s of Newport. 

BATE MAN, K.— Bateman $ Shilling— 
res at Huntington Hse, Richmond. 

BATEMAN & SHILLING— A'. Bateman 
§ I. W. Shilling — props Huntington House, 
s e cor Main and Franklin, Richmond. 

Bates, Daniel, moulder, res with Mary 
Bates Richmond. 

BATES, ELLEN— widow of Solomon, sol- 
dier — mantua maker, res n e cor Washing- 
ton and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Bates, Mary — widow of Caleb — res 47 s 
Front St., Richmond. 

Battain, John, far, res with George Brat- 
tain, Washington tp. 

BAUER, CHARLES 'ft.— Bauer $ Schei- 
ble — res s w cor s Market and Perry, Hagers- 
town. 

BAUER & SCHEIBLE— Charles E. £- 
Dan' I S. — druggists, e s Perry, bet Main and 
Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Baugb, E, mach., res e s Front, bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

Baumer, Bennett, far, 3 miles s w of Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Baumer, Bennett, sexton Maple Grove 
Cemetery, res 84 Front, bet Mill and Wal- 
nut, Richmond. 

Baumer, Bennett, Jr., far with Bennett 
Baumer, Wayne tp. 

Baumer, Miss Dinah, res with Bennett 
Baumer, Wayne tp. 

Baumer, James L, painter, res with Ben- 
nett Baumer, Richmond. 

Baxter, Miss Emma, res with Lewis M. 
Baxter, Richmond. 

Baxter, John M., brick mason, res with 
Lewis M. Baxter, Richmond. 

Baxter, Lewis M., brick mason, res w a 
Front, s of Mill, Richmond. 

BAXTER, WM., wool dealer, res West 
Richmond. 

BAYLIES & CO— E. M. B., G. A. B. §■ 
J. M. B. — foundry and machine shop, w s 
Seventh St., immediately n of R. R., Rich- 
mond. 

BAYLIES, E. M.— Baylies $ Co.— res 
w s Sixth, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

BAYLIES, G A.— Baylies $ Co.— res n- 
Sevgnth, bet Spring and Sasafras, Rich- 
mond. 

Baylies, George G., molder, b'ds with 
Gustavus Raylies > Richmond — Soldier. 



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RALPH W. NYE. 



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* 



Manufacturers of and Dealers in 



Tinner's Stock, Sheet Iron Work, 

COPPEK, BRASS, & HOLLOW WAKE, 



East Side of Fort Wayne Avenue, near the Depot, 



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-■ !♦-•-•-»♦* 



Also, Agents for 



RIGGS' PATENT SORGHUM SUGAR PRESS. 

This Machine makes from Five to Eight Pounds of Sugar, and from Two to Five 
Pints of superior Sirup from each Gallon of Sorghum Molasses. Neither Heat nor 
Chemicals are used. Call at our Store and see the Machine in operation, and samples 
of the Sugar. 



BAYLIES, JOSEPH M.— Baylies $ Co. 

— res w s Sixth, het Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Baylies, John A., grocer, s s Main, het 
Sixth and Seventh, b'ds with Fred. Mareh- 
ant, Richmond. 

BAYLIES, THOMAS 'L.—Hunt $ Bay- 
lies — bds with G. A. Baylies, Richmond. 

Bealy, Miss Clarinda, res with Rachel 
White, Milton. 

Beam, Benjamin, far on farm owned by 
James Williams, 4 miles s w Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Beam, Susan — widow John — res 5 miles s 
w Milton, Washington tp. 

BEAM, G. H., mach, res e s Washington, 
at foot of Cliff, Richmond. 

BEAN, JOHN, far, n s Centreville pike, 
3 miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Bean, Miss Otilda, res with John Bean, 
Green tp. 

BEAN, THOMAS, mach, res w s Wash- 
ington, at foot of Cliff, Richmond. 

Beanan, Bennet, lab, n s Nat. road, \ mile 
w of Richmond. 

Beard, Benton J., far, res with Isaac N. 
Beard, Harrison tp. 

Bear, John, carp, res Germantown. 

Beard, Enos, far, \\ miles s e of Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Beard, Henry — Osborn Sf Beard — res with 
Matilda Mucy, Perry tp. 



Beard, Isaac N., far, Harrison tp, 2 mile3 
n e of Germantown. 

Beard, John F., car inspector, C. & G. E. 
R. R., and boarding hse, s w cor Centre and 
North High, Richmond. 

BEARD, JOHN, far, n s Williamsburg & 
Economy road, 3i miles n w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Beard, Miss Luzena, res with John F. 
Beard, Richmond. 

Beard, Miss Mary, res with Mordecai 
Parry, Richmond. 

Beard, Miss Mary A., res with John F. 
Beard, Richmond. 

Beard, Mary C, res with Isaac N. Beard, 
Harrison tp. 

Beard, Peter, res with Armstrong Grimes, 
Wayne tp. Mr. Beard has been a citizen of 
the county 30 years, and is now 83 years of 
age. 

Beard, Samuel, far, e s State road, 2 \ 
miles n e of Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Beardsley, James, foreman railroad boiler 
shop, res s s Washington Av, het Gaar St. and 
Fort Wayne Av, Richmond. 

Beart, Adam, lab, res over Christopher 
Schover's store, Richmond. 

Beart, John, res w : th Adam Beart, Rich- 
mond. 

Beart, Miss Mena, res with A. Beart, 
Richmond. 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Beatson, George, knife maker, res w s 
Middle Fork, lj miles n of Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Beaty, Dency, res with Nemah Murray. 

Beatty, Patrick, lab, res n s Market, bet 
Marion and Franklin, Richmond. 

Beaver, Miss Esther, res with Jacob Hei- 
ney, Jackson tp. 

Beavers, Franklin, far on farm owned by 
Martha Fouts, Boston tp, 5 miles s of Rich- 
mond. 

Beaver, Miss Hannah, res with Joel Ben- 
ton, Germantown. 

Beaver, John, lab,res on farm owned by 
John Stonebraker, 1 mile e of Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Beaverline, Benjamin T., far, e s Green 
Fork, li miles s of Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Becht, Jacob, weaver, res Germantown. 

BECK, BENNEVILLE— Beck $ Stone- 
braker — res n w cor Washington and Wal- 
nut, Hagerstown. 

BECK, GEORGE, carp, s s Main, bet 
Washington and Pearl, res same, Hagers- 
town. 

Beck, Rachel H. — widow William — res n e 
■cor Milton and Harrison, Dublin. 

Beck, Samuel, res with Squire Toney, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Beck, Susanna — widow of Michael — res n 
e Walnut, bet Washington and Pearl, Ha- 
gerstown. 

BECK & STONEBRAKER— Bennexille 
B. § William, S. — dry goods, s w cor Main 
and Washington, Hagerstown. 

Beckerdile, John R. — rebel conscript — lab, 
and res with John Davis, Dalton tp. 

Becknell, Mary A. — widow Martin — res 
with Emeline Osborn, Boston tp. 

BECKNELL, W. E., far, res with W. P. 
RatlirT* Wayne tp. — Soldier. 

BEDENBECKER, house and sign paint- 
er, e s Marion, bet Main and Walnut, res 
same, Richmond. 

BEELER, WILLIAM H., far, res with 
George Beeler, Washington tp. 

Beeler, George, far, 2 miles n e of Milton, 
ns Milton & Ccntreville road; one of the 
first settlers of Washington tp. 

Beeler, C. C. — Reid § Beeler ; Vanneman, 
Reid Jp Co. — also, far, w s Liberty pike, 3 
miles s of Richmond, Boston tp. 
, BEESON, AUGUSTA, far, e s Liberty 
pike, Boston tp, 4| miles s Richmond. 

Beeson, Miss Barbara A., res with Beza- 
leel Beeson, Washington tp. 

BEESON, B. F., far, w s Connersville & 
Milton pike, 3\ miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Beeson, Benjamin, far, res with T. E. Bee- 
son, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Benjamin B., res with Isaac Bee- 
son, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Bezaleel, far, 4 miles s of Milton, 
Washington tp. 



BEESON, DAVID B., far, 4 miles n w 
Centreville, Centre tp. 

Beeson, Dorcas — widow of Benjamin — res 
with Franklin Beeson, Washington tp; is 
an emigrant from North Carolina, having 
come to this country in the fall of 1814. 

Beeson, Elwood, far, res with Thomas 
Beeson, Washington tp. 

Beeson, Fanny — widow David — res with 
Jabas Beeson, Harrison tp. 

BEESON, ISAAC N., far, Jmile s Frank- 
lin, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Isaac W., res n s Dalton road, J 
mile w of Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Isaiah, far on farm owned by 
Samuel Beeson, \ mile n e of Dalton, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Beeson, Jabas, far, 2\ miles e of Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Beeson, Jacob, res with Thomas Beeson, 
Washington tp. 

BEESON, M. D., far, n s Connersville & 
Milton pike, 2 7} miles s of Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Beeson, Mrs. Maria — widow of Wade — on 
farm owned by Samuel Beeson, \ mile e of 
Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Miss Mary M., res with William 
Chamness, Dalton, tp. 

BEESON, MILTON H., far and Justice 
of Peace, n s Liberty pike, Boston tp, 3 \ 
miles s of Richmond. 

BEESON, MUMFORD G., far, 5 miles s 
of Milton, Washington tp. 

BEESON, OTHNEIL, far, and member 
of State Senate, res 5 miles s of Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Beeson, Samuel, res with Maria Beeson, 
Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Thomas, far, 3% miles s w of Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Beeson, Thomas, far on farm owned by 
Mary Strode, Dalton tp, e s West River 
pike, 3 miles n e Hagerstown. 

Beeson, Thomas E., far, 1 mile e of Dalton, 
Dalton tp. Has four sons in the arm}-. 

Beeson, William, Sen., res with William 
W. Beeson, Washington tp. 

Beeson, William W, far, e s Connersville 
& Milton pike, 3} miles s Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Beetle, Edward E., carp, bds with Fred. 
Marchant, Richmond — Soldier. 

Behr, Adolphus, shoemaker, res German- 
town. 

Beitzell, Marcellus, tinner, res Centreville 
— Soldier. 

BEITZELL, HENRY, prop American 
Hse, s w cor Main and Main Cross, Centre- 
ville. 

Bell, A. F., shoemaker, res e s Perry, bet 
College and n Market, Hagerstown. 

Bell, Andrew J., sutler, family res n s 
Washington, bet Spring and Main, Rich- 
mond. 



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BRATZ, MEIER & CO., 





N. S. Main St., bet. 1th & 8th, 

RICHMOND, I1VI3., 

Keep constantly on hand a,ll kinds of 

Steel Plows, Double Shovels, Harrows, Cultivators, &c. 



b®° REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.=®a 



Bell, Brutus, far, s s Washington pike, H 
miles e of Washington, Clay tp. 

Bell, Miss Caroline, res with Josiah Bell, 
Jackson tp. 

Bell, Miss Constance, res with Dr. John 
M. Bell, Dublin. 

Bell, Dillard — cold — blacksmith, res s s 
Main, bet Marion and Franklin, (up stairs), 
Richmond. 

Bell, George S. — col' k — potter, res w s 
Marion, bet Mill and South Sts., Richmond. 

Bell, G randy, far, res s s of Walnut, \v of 
Brook. Milton. 

Bell, Henry, far, res with David Rails- 
back, Richmond. 

Bell, Henry S. — col,d — butcher and white- 
washer, res e s Pearl, bet Mill and South 
Richmond. 

BELL, IBBY— widow of Archibald— res 
with Elijah I. Kerlin. Wayne tp. 

Bell, Jeremiah, miller with R. & F. G. 
Newcom, res s e cor Washington and Madi- 
son, Hagerstown. 

BELL, JOHN", dealer in flour, grain, 
seeds, wool, &c, e s Fifth, bet Main and 
Broadway, bds with Wm. Bell, Richmond. 

BELL' JOHN M.—Bell $ Stephens— and 
physician, n s Cumberland, bet Davis and 
Johnson, res e s Johnson, n of Cumberland, 
Dublin. 

Bell. Josiah, far, s s Central R. R., $ mile 
s e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Bell, Miss Mary L., res with Samuel Bell, 
Jefferson tp. 

Bell, Miss Mary E., photographer, res 
with Dr. John M. Bell, Dublin. 

Bell, Miss Mary — cold — res with Geo. 
S. Bell, Richmond. 

Bell, Margaret — icidow Isaac, (soldier) — 
res Franklin. 

Bell, Miss Maria, photographer, res with 
Dr. John M. Bell, Dublin. 

Bell, Miss Miriam, res with William Bell. 

Bell, Miss Mollie, res with Andrew J. 
Smith Richmond. 



Bell, Samuel, far, e s Cambridge & Win- 
chester pike, 1 mile n of Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp 

Bell, Miss Wilhelmina, teacher, res with 
Wm. Bell. Richmond. 

BELL, WILLIAM, ins., real estate and 
general agt, and notary public, s e cor Main 
and Fifth, res e s Eighth, bet Sassafras and 
Mulberry, Richmond. 

Bell, William, far. s s Washington pike, 
li- miles e Washington, Clay tp. 

"BELL, WILLIAM E./cl'k with Wm. 
Bell, bds with Wm. Bell, Richmond. 

BELL & STEPHENS— John M. B. § 
Isaiah S. — druggists, n s Cumberland, bet 
Davis and Johnson, Dublin. 

Bell, William J., photographer, res with 
George Debolt, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

BELLER, JOHN A., printer, res w s 
Spice, Centreville. 

Bellis, Edward, tailor, res w s Fifth, bet 
Sassafras and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Bellis, Samuel, sewing machine ag't at 
Cincinnati, res with William' Ken worthy, 
Wavne tp. 

BELLIS. WILLIAM, foreman Quaker 
City works, res w s Gaar, bet Washington 
Av and Cliff, Richmond. 

BELTON. CHRISTOPHER, candle fac- 
tory, e s W. W. Canal, \ mile s Milton, re* 
n e cor Main Cross and Walnut. Milton. 

Benbow, Barcley, gate-keeper on Centre- 
ville & AVilliamsburg pike, l.V miles n Cen- 
treville, Centre tp. 

BENBOW, JOS. K.. far with S. G. New- 
corn, Jefferson tp — Soldier. 

Benbow, Powell, miller with R. & F. G. 
Newcom, Hagerstown, res U miles w of Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

BENBOW, THOMAS, far with F. G. 
Newcom, Jefferson tp — Soldier. 

Benge, Alfred, far on James Morman's 
land, 2 J miles n of Newport, New Garden 
tp. 

Benge, William, far, Pennville, Jackson tp. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Bennett, Caleb, baggage-master, res n s 
Smith Third, bet Jones and Walnut, Cam- 
! rid ;e. 

B'nnett, George E., far, \ mile s of Nat. 
road, If miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bennett, George M., locomotive engineer, 
res Sevastopol. 

Bennett, Isaac, coppersmith, res with H. 
B. Diven. Cambridge. 

BENNETT, ISAAC B., tinner, res s s 
Central R. R., Cambridge. 

Bennett, James B.. lab, e s Ninth, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

BENNETT, JOHN G., far, res f mile s 
Nat. road, 21 miles s e Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Bennett, Martin, carp, s s Main, bet Front 
and Pearl, Richmond. 

Bennett, Joshua W., far, 4£ miles w of 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bennett, Miss Mary, res with Joseph T. 
Drulev, Richmond. 

BENNETT, NATHAN-5«mrff, Ben- 
nett $ Enyeart — res s s Main, bet Foot and 
Centre, Cambridge. 

Bennett, S. A., milliner — widow of Hiram 
P. — Newport. 

Bennett, Thomas, far, 3 miles n Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Bennett, Tabitha, res with John G. Ben- 
nett, Wayne tp. 

Bennett, William, far with James Hall, 
Wayne tp. 

BENNETT, WM. H., livery-stable, and 
prop R. R. Omnibus Line, s s Main, bet 
Franklin and Fifth, res w s Fifth, bet Sas- 
safras and Vine, Richmond. 

Bennett, William J., far with Jesse Hall, 
Wayne tp. 

Bennett, William M., carp, res e s Plum, 
n end, Hagerstown. 

Bennett, William W., salesman and book- 
keeper for, and res with, William B. Hin- 
shaw, Economy. 

Benson, Abraham, far, 3 miles n w New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Benson, Calvin, far, res 2£ miles w of 
Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Benson, Clark, far, res 1 mile e of New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Benson, Ebenezer — Mitchell $ Be?ison — 
res n s Walnut, bet Seventh and Eighth, 
Richmond. 

Benson, Elizabeth M., res with John Ben- 
son, New Garden tp. 

Benson, James — coVd — far, res 2|- miles 
w of Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Benson, John, far, \ mile n e of Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Bentlag, Thomas, res with David Nider. 

Bentlocker, Henry, lab, res 65 s Franklin, 
Richmond. 

Benton, Miss Ellen, res with Thos. Ben- 
ton, Richmond. 

Benton, Geo. W., cl'k (with Thos. Benton) 



res s w cor Ninth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Benton, Thomas, hardware dealer, 48 
Main, res e s Pearl, bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

BENTON, GEN. WILLIAM P., res e 3 
Seventh, bet Broadway and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Beregge, Henry W., mach, res n w cor 
Marion and Market, Richmond. 

Berg, Miss Annie, res with Mary Berg, 
Washingeon, tp. 

BERG, DAVID N., medical student, res 
with Elizabeth Myers, Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Berg, Jacob, far, res with Mary Berg, 
Washington tp. 

Berg, Mary — vndow Andrew — 3 miles s w 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Berg, Miss Mattie, res with Elizabeth 
Myers, Jackson tp. 

Berheide, John, far, e s R & L. C. pike, 
If miles s w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Berheide, Mary, res with John Berheide, 
Wavne tp. 

BERLINER, MARTIN, salesman with 
L. Small & Co., res e s Perry, bet Main and 
Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Berney, John H. — coVd — carp, res s s 
Nat. road, e of Dublin. 

Bernard, Murphy, moulder, res with 
Phebe. Woods, Cambridge. 

Berry, Francis,. far, 1 mile e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

BERRY, GEO., engineer, res s s n High, 
n of R. R Richmond. 

BERRY, G. P., engineer, bds with E. M. 
Crandall, Richmond. 

Berry, John, blacksmith, res Jacksonburg. 

BERRY, JOHN P., far and stock trader, 
\ mile w of Union pike, 4 miles n w of 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Berry, Lonidas, lab, res s s South Third, 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Berry, Wilson, carp, res n s Front, bet 
Green and Jones, Cambridge City. Mr. B. 
has five sons in the army. 

Bertsch, Adam, far, w s West River, 4 
miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Bertsch, Miss Mary J., res with Adam 
Bertsch, Jackson tp. 

Bertram, George, stone mason, e s Liberty 
pike, Boston tp, 9 miles s of Richmond. 

Bescher, Anton, saloon and grocery, e s 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, res the same, 
Richmond. 

BESCHER, BALTHASER, saloon, 18 s 
Pearl, res the same, Richmond. 

Besica, Fred., lab, res e s Seventh, bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Besselmann, Frederick, lab, res e s of 8 
High, Richmond. 

BESSELMANN, CHARLES, mach, res 
w s Marion, s of Market, Richmond— Sol- 
dier.. 

Besselmann, Erederick, lab, res South 
High, Richmond. 



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ELLIS NORDYKE. 



ADDISON H. NORDYKE. 





E + $ A + »♦ no&dyke, 

Manufacturers of 
i PORTABLE, GRINDING AND BOLTING 

FLOURING MILL 

S. E. Corner Main and "Washington Sts., 

RICHMOND, IMD. 

These Mills are put up in Portable Husks from thirty inches to four feet in diameter 
both upper and under runners of the best quality of French Burr. They are adapted to 
ing Wheat and Middlings and Grinding Corn and Feed. 

We also manufacture a superior SMUT MACHINE and FLOUR PACKER. 

J8@"F0R PRICES AND DESCRIPTION, SEXD FOR CIRCULARS. =®a 



with 
fiour- 



Bessman, Charles, lab, res 05 s Marion, 
Richmond. 

Best, Miss Anna, mantua-maker, c s Per- 
ry, bet Main and Walnut. Hagerstown. 

Betzold, Mrs. Elizabeth, variety store 19 
Main, res the same, Richmond. 

Beverlin, Miss Amanda, res with Thos. 
Beverlin, Green tp. 

BEVERLIN, THOMAS, far, w s Cen- 
treville pike, 1] miles s of Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Beverly, Thomas, far in n w cor of New 
Garden tp, 3J miles from Newport. 

Bibber, Garton, meeh, res with Cynthia 
Jenkins. Dublin. 

BICKLE, WILLIAM A., atfy at law, s 
w cor Main and Marion, res w s Fifth, bet 
Mainand Spring, Richmond — Soldier. 

Bicknel, William, far, 2} miles n of New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Biddenbecker, Henry, painter, res s s 
Sycamore, bet Pearl and Marion, Richmond. 

BIER, CHARLES F., mach, bds at Mrs. 
Hopkins' boarding hse, Richmond — Soldier. 

Bigastaff, William — col'd — lab, res with 
Jesse Hosier, Harrison tp. 

Bigelow, James, plasterer, res s s Nat. 
road, \ mile s w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Billhimer, Solomon, undertaker and cabi- 
net maker, Franklin, Dalton tp. 

Bin ford, James, far, res n e cor Cumber- 
land and Davis, Dublin. 

BINGHAM, H. W., millwright, bds at 
Eagle House, Richmond. 

BINKLY & BURKERT— Philip S. B. $ 
W. S. B. — dry goods, n s Main, German- 
town. 

Binkley, E. A., far, res s e cor Main and 
Elm, Hagerstown. 

Binkley, Gertrude — widow of John — res 
with Michael Sourbeer, Washington tp. 

Binkley, Henry, carp in foundery, res w s 
Johnson, n Cumberland, Dublin. 

Binkley, Miss Isabelle J., res with W. H. 
Binklev, Hagerstown. 



Binkley, Jacob, tailor, res with James 
Bra™. Milton. 

BINKLY, PHILIP S.—Binkly cj- Burk- 
ert — also Post-master, res n s Main, German- 
town. 

Binkley, W. H., painter, w s Elm, bet 
Walnut and South Market, Hagerstown. 

Binns, Richard, carp, res £ mile s Nat road, 
and two miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Binny. John, lab, res with James S. Wayne, 
Wayne tp. 

Birdsall, Aaron, far, s e cor Clay tp. 

Bird, Caroline, milliner -vndow Jesse — res^ 
n s Main, Williamsburg. 

Birdsall, Thomas — Thistlewaite <t Birdsall 
I — res s s I. C. R. R., f mile w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

BIRD, WILLIAM. M., carriage maker, 
res s s Cumberland, bet Milton and Foundry, 
Dublin. 

Biser, John G., far, 2}, miles e Gcrmantown, 
Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Bish, John, far, e s Washington and Econ- 
omy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 

Bish, Miss Mary A., res with Martha 
Bailev, Clav tp. 

BISHOP, CAROLINE J.— icidow Jack- 
son, Soldier — far f miles w Faiefax, Center 
tp. She has done the principal part of the 
work on her farm since her husband enlisted, 
supported her family, and canceled consider- 
able indebtedness upon her farm. 

Bishop, Miss Eliza J., res with Mrs. Caro- 
line J. Bishop, Center tp. 

Bishop, George, blacksmith, res w s Gaar, 
opp Spring Foundery, Richmond. 

Bishop, W. F., engineer, res Gcrmantown. 

Bissett, Thomas, master mach, res n s 
North High, w Fort Wayne Av, Richmond. 

Biteman, Daniel, expressman, res w s 
Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Black, Anderson D., far, 4 miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

BLACK, ALBERT, far, res with Gwinn 
Black, Wayne tp — Soldier. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Black, Emma J., weaver, res with Ander- 
son Black, Wayne tp. 

BLACK, REV. F. G., pastor Cumb. Pres. 
Church, w s Main Cross, bet Main and the 
railroad, res 1 mile s Centerville, Center tp. 

Black, George, Jun., res with George 
Black, Sen., Pennville. 

Black, George, Sen., res Pennville, Jack- 
son tp. 

Black, Gwynn, far, w s K. & L c pike, 

'1\ miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. Is a 
native of Kentucky. He emigrated to this 
county in 1813, and settled on the farm 
where he now resides; is now 65 years of 
age, and, excepting on two occasions, has 
never had a physician called to see him. 

Black, James D., lab, res Abington. 

Black, James J., far, 3\ miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Black, John L., conductor D. & W. R. W., 
res s e cor Sixth and Vine, Richmond. 

BLACK, JOHN, N., far, 4 miles n e Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

Black, Miss Lizzie, res with John L. Black, 
Richmond. 

Black Michael, lab, res n s Nat road, near 
Pennville, Jackson tp. 

Black, Morton S, student, res with Ander- 
son Black, Wayne tp. 

BLACK, PETER, far, 3 miles s w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Black, S. A., far, res with Rev. F. G. Black, 
Center tp. 

Black, William, painter, s s county road, 
I J- miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 
"Black, William, far, 3 miles s w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Black, William II., far, res with Peter 
Black, Center tp — Soldier. 

Bladel, Hannah — widow Henry — res n s 
Main, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Blair, John B., res with Hannah Blair — 
Soldier. 

Blakeman, John W., teamster, res with 
William Test, Jefferson tp. 

BLANCHARD, ALBERT H., cashier 
Richmond Nat. Bank, — also of firm Morri- 
son, Blanchard, $ Co. — b'ds at Huntington 
H'se, Richmond. 

BLANCHARD, MISS EMMA, res with 
William Blanchard, Richmond. 

Blanchard, William, Notary Public and 
ins agt, office n s Main, bet Front and Pearl; 
reB s e cor Front and Walnut, Richmond. 

BLEASE, JAMES, shoemaker, res w s 
Fifth, bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

BLEASE, JOSEPH, shoemaker, res with 
.lames Blease, Richmond. 

Blemmer, Henry, teamster, res West Rich- 
mond. 

Blernke, Joseph, tanner, res w s Pearl, bet 
Mill and South, Richmond. 

Bliss, John T., law student, res with Ly- 
man C. Bliss, West Richmond. 



Bliss, Kingsbury E. shoemaker, res with 
Lyman C. Bliss, West Richmond. 

Bliss, Lyman, C, carp, res West Rich- 
mond. 

Blomer, Harmon H., tailor, res 79 South 
j Sixth, Richmond. 

Bloom, Frank, lab, b'ds with Casper Zeph, 
Richmond. 

I Bloom, Jacob, shoemaker, res w s Main 
j cross, Centerville. 

Bloumei , John, plow maker, res w s Pearl. 
bet Sycamore and Mill, up stairs, Richmond. 

BLOSE, GEORGE W., far, res 2 mile* 
w Hillsboro, near Chester and Arba pike, 
Franklin tp. 

BLOSE, HENRY, far, 2h miles n w Hills- 
boro, on Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp. 

Blose, Miss Mary, res with Peter BloSe, 
Franklin tp. 

Blose, Miss Orpba A., res with Peter Blose, 
: Franklin tp. 

BLOSE, PETER, far, 2 miles n w Hills- 
Jboro, Franklin tp. 

Blose, William, res with Peter Blose, 
Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Bobb, John, bridge builder, ress s Railroad, 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Boden, George II., far and sawyer, J mile 
in Milton, Washington tp. 

Boehning, Mrs. Eliza, dealer in dry good?, 
1 21 Main, res the same, Richmond. 

Boehning, Henry, retired, bd's at C. S. 
jPrescott's, Richmond. 

Boehning, Miss Lusetta, res with Eliza 
Boehning, Bichmond. 

Bogue, Miss Sarah A., res with Michael 
Keever, New Garden tp. 

BOHRER, JAMES T., saddler, s c cor 
I Main and Perry, res n e cor Plum aud Clay, 
Hagerstown. 

Bohrer, John M., trader, res e s Perry, bet 
Walnut and South Market, Hagerstown. 

Bohning, John, painter, res e s Front, bet 
South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Bolander, Miss Eliza, mantua-maker, s * 
| cor Walnut and Pearl, res same, Richmond. 

Bolander, Miss Emma, mautua-maker, res 
with Miss Eliza Bolander, Richmond. 

Bolander, James S., painter, res s e eor 
Walnut and Pearl, Richmond — Soldier. 

BOLANDER, WILLIAM, house painter, 
res e s Marion, bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond — Solbier. 

Boltnan, Joseph, lab, res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Bolkman, -, stone mason, e s Liberty 

pike,, near cit} - limits, Richmond. 

Bond' Ann — widow Thomas — Green tp, '1 
miles w Fairfax. 

BOND, CALEB, carp & millwright, also 
patentee of Bond's Patent Portable Light- 
draft Lumber-mill, and patentee of Bond'* 
Patent Sorghum Evaporator. Res w .= R. & 
H. pike, 4^ miles w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 



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HOLLOWAY & DAVIS, 



Editors and Publishers 



OF 

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WAYNE COUNTY 



s with Jesse! Bond, Simon, far, s s Williamsburg and 
Richmond pike, 1 mile s e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Bond, Solomon, far, e s R. & N. pike, 3 
miies n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bond, William, far, I- mile s Washington, 
Clay tp. 

BONE BRAKE, D. B., teacher of pen- 
manship, res with Andrew Hunt, Abington. 

Benesteele, German R., moulder, res s - 
Spring, Dublin. 

Boons, John — coi'd — lab, res with Rilev 
Hiatt, Wayne tp. 

BOONE, SAMPSON, far, immediately a 
C. & G. E. R, R., 2 miles w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Booth, Miss Sarah A., res with William 
far, res with John Bond, J Booth, Milton. Mute fiom birth, intelligent 
land well educated. 

Booth, Theodore, carp, res with William 
Booth, Milton. 

BOOTH, THOMAS, moulder, res e s 
Fifth, bet Market and South, Richmond. 

Booth, William, carp, s s Walnut, bet 
Main Cross and Cherrv, res same. Milton. 

BOREN, CYRUS H., carp— mute— res 
with John F. Beard, Richmond. 

Boren, Jehu, far, 2 J miles n e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Boren, Thomas E., far, 2\ miles n e New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

BORROUGH, JOHN G, far, 1£ miles 3 
with John Bond, | Jacksohburg .Harrison tp 

Borton, Alfred, lab with Thomas H. Shear- 



Bond, Charity — widow 
Bond, New Garden tp. 

Bond, Cornelius, far, 2 miles w Dover, 
Green tp. 

Bond, Dewitt C, far on farm owned by 
Nathan Bond, 1^ miles s w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Bond, Elihu, far, | mile w R. & N. pike, 1 
mile s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Bond, Ella, student Earlham College, res 
Williamsburg. 

Bond, Elizabeth — widoiv Joseph — res with 
Robert Neff, Wayne tp. 

Bond. Elizabeth C. — uridow Samuel, Jr — res 
with William Comer, Center tp. 

Bond, Miss Ellen, res with Rachel Bond, 
Clay tp. 

Bond, Harlan 
Sen, Clay tp. 

BOND, HENRY T., far, s s Washington 
and Jacksonburg road, 3 miles s w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Bond, Jehiel, far, son of Levi Bond, New 
Garden tp. 

Bond, Jesse, far, e s Williamsburg pike § 
mile n Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

Bond, John, far, w s Dublin road, £ mile 
n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Bond, John, Sen, far, 1] miles s Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Bond," John, Jr, far, $ mile s e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Bond, Miss Jane, re 



Jackson tp. 

Bond, Larkin, T., far, res with W. Bond, on > Wayne tp. 
p, r . .Borton, Caroline — widow - 

Bond, Larkin, res with Rachel Bond, "' 
Clay tp. 

BOND, LEWIS, far, 1 mile s Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Bond, Levi, far, res w s pike, and n Wash- 
ington road, near Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

BOND, MAHLON H., res 4£ miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bond. Miss Mary, daughter of Elihu Bond, 
New Garden tp. 

Bond, Miss Miranda, res with John Bond. 
Jackson tp. 

Bond, Nathan, blacksmith, es Greensport, 
li miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Bond, Nathan, h mile s Washington, Clay 
tp. Mr. Bond is one of the pioneers of the 
county, having lived in it for fifty-seven 
years. 

HOND, PETER, blacksmith, res e s Sev- 
enth, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Bond, Rachel — widow Robert — 1 mile s 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Bond, Miss Rebecca, res with Ann Bond, 
Green tp. 

Bonk, Miss Rebecca, res with Nathan Bond, 
\ mile s Washington, Clay tp. 

Bond Rebecca — widow Abner — jq s Nat 
Road, ,} mile e East Cambridge. 



seamstress res 
s s Clifi, bet Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Borton, Miss Harriet, res with William 
Chatfield, Richmond. 

Borton, Miss Rebecca, res with Mrs. M. J. 
Sortwell, Richmond. 

Bostic, Sampson. —..coVd — blacksmith, res 
with Nanev Thomas. 

BORTON ELTON, far, 1 mile w Center- 
ville and Williamsburg pike, 3£ miles n Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

Bosworth, Joseph, far, 3 miles n e Bostson, 
Boston tp. 

Boswell, J. K., photographer, n s West 
Main, bet Washington and Green, Richmond. 

Botsfield, Christian, res with George Bots- 
field, Germantown. 

Botsfield, George, res Germantown. 

BOTTENBERG, JOHN M., photograph- 
er, s s Main, bet Main Cross and Spruce, bd's 
with William Stevens, Centerville. 

Boucher, Bridget, res with Andrew Vaughn, 
Richmond. 

BOUGHNER, MISS ANNA, res with 
R. Boughner, Jackson tp. 

Boughner, Charles, far, Harrison tp, 2 miles 
n c East Germantown. 

Boughner, John, lab, res Germantown. 

Boughner, Mahlon, far, n s Nat Road, 1J 
miles n Germantown, Jackson tp. 



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C I N" C I N" N A. T I STORE. 



D. L. GRIFFITH & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



N. W. Corner Main and Fifth Sts,, 



DAVID X. GRIFFITH, \ 

M. T .ANTRAM, Cincinnati. / 



8ICJIMON0. WM. 



Boughner, Miss Mary, res with R. Bough- 1 
ner, Jackson tp. 

Boughner, Miss Minerva, b'ds with Charles 
Boughner, Harrison tp. 

Boughner, Richard, far, Germantown. 
Bovink, Herman, gardener, res n s Nat 
Road, \ mile w Richmond. 

Bowen, Miss Caroline I., res Clovis H. 
Bowen, Richmond. 

BOWEN, CLOVIS HILTOVIS— Avery 
■$■ Bowen — res w s Eighth, bet Main and 
"Walnut, Richmond. 

Bowen, John, farmer, res s s Olive Branch 
road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

BOWEN, JOSEPH A., far, and Hathaway 
•$ Bowen, w s Jacksonburg and Fort Wayne 
road, 3 J miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp 
— Soldier. 

Bowen, Landle, far, £ mile w Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Bowen, Miss Mattie, res with Landle Bow- 
en, Jackson tp. 

Bowen, Miss Olive, res with Clovis H. Bow- 
en, Richmond,, 

Bowen, Miss Sivillia, A. res with John 
Bowen, Jefferson tp. 

Bowen, William C, far, s s county road, 
4£ miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowers, A. D. H., cooper, n s Starr, bet 
Ninth and Tenth, res same, Richmond. 

Bower, Miss Caroline, R., res with Jacob 
Bower, Washington, tp. 

Bowers, David, far, s s state road, 1 mile s 
w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

BO VVERS, D. C. steam bakery w s Sixth, 
bet Main and Broadway ; res e s Sixth, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Bowers, Edith, tailoress, res n s Green, n 
Spring, Richmond. 

Bower, Francis, far, res with Sarah Bower, 
Jackson tp. 

Bowermaster, Jacob, far, 1 mile w Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Bower, Jacob, far, w s Jacksonburg pike, 
•5 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 



Bowers, Jacob, res e s Main Cross, bet 
Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

Bowers, Joseph, shoemaker, with Williams 
& Schibler, res n s Main, w Washington, 
Hagerstown. 

Bower Leander T., far, res with Jacob 
Bower, Washington tp. 

Bower, Sarah, res 4 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son, tp. 

Bowers, Miss Susan, res with D. Wimmer, 
Jefferson tp. 

Bowing Frederic, grocer, 39, S Franklin, 
res same, Richmond. 

Bowing, Henry, lab, res n e cor Pearl and 
Mill, Richmond. 

Bowing, Henry, moulder, with Frederick 
Bowing, Richmond. 

Bowles, Miss Catherine, res Meredith H'se, 
Richmond. 

Bowles, Elizabeth — widow — S. S., 

C. & C. Air Line R. R, l£ miles s e Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Bowman, Aaron, carp, Washington. 

Bowman, Miss Adeline, res with J. C. Un- 
derwood, Wayne tp. 

BOWMAN, DAVID, far, £ mile s Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, David, cooper, res Germantown 
— Soldier. 

Bowman, Eli, sawyer & lumberman, res 
| mile w Centerville, Center tp. 

Bowman, Elbe, res with J .C. Underwood, 
Wayne tp. 

Bowman, Elizabeth — widow Joseph — res 
with Isaac Zook, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, Israel — Bowman § Hines — res 1 J 
n Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Bowman, Jacob — Bowman $■ Zook — res L} 
miles e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Bowman, John, far, n s county road, 2£ 
miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, John, far, £ mile w Washington 
and Economy tpke, lj miles s w Economy, 
Perry tp. 



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Bowman, John C, pump maker, s s county 
road, 3 miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, Maria — widow George H. — dress 
maker, s s Main, bet Foot and Center, Cam- 
bridge. 

Bowman, Miss Nancy E., res witb Da- 
vid Bowman, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, Samuel, far, w s Economy and 
Washington pike, 1 miles Economy, Perry tp. 

Bowman, Miss Sarah, res w s Nettle Creek, 
\ mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, Miss Scena, res w s Nettle Creek, 
£ mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Bowman, Solomon, far, n s Cambridge and 
Franklin pike, 3 miles n Cambridge, Jack- 
son tp. 

Bowman, Watson, lab, res Washington. 

Bowman, William, far, res with Samuel 
Bowman, Perry tp. 

Bowman & Hines — Israel B. $ Isaac H. — 
\\ miles n Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Bowman & Zook — Jacob B. § David Z. — 
millers, 1 J miles e Jacksonburg Harrison tp. 

Bowser, Simon P., far on William Harvey's 
farm, Wayne tp. 

Boyce, Caroline — widow William — res 14 
North Sixth, Richmond. 

Boyd, Abiram, far, res Jacksonburg. 

Boyd, Alfred D., far, 1 mile w Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Boyd, Miss Hester A., teacher, res with 
Evan Hughes, Jackson tp. 

Boyd, Henry W., limeburner, res Middle- 
boro, Wayne tp. 

Boyd, James W., far, res e s Economy and 
Washington pike, 2 miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

BOYD, JOHN, far, res s s Nat road, w 
Dublin. 

BOYD, JOHN C, lime dealer, Middle- 
boro, res ^ mile s Middleboro. 

Boyd, John, retired far, res n s Cumber- 
land, Dublin. Mr. Boyd is a native of Ken- 
tucky. He removed to this county in 1812, 
and settled near Jacksonburg. He is now 71 
years of age. At the beginning of the Re- 
bellion, he had twelve living children, seven 
sons and five daughters. Four of his sons, 
all heads of families, have been in the Union 
army, two of whom have given their lives to 
their country. 

Boyd, Miss Mary, res with Ruth Boyd 
Dublin. 

Boyd, Miss Nancy, res with Ruth Boyd. 
Dublin. 

Boyd, Ruth — widow William — res n a 
Cumberland St, e s Dublin. 

Boyd, Sarah — ividow William, Soldier — 
res \ mile n Centerville, Center tp. 

BOYD, SAMUEL K., far 1 mile n e 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Boyd, Samuel, sawyer, e s Martindale's 
Creek, 4 miles e Hagerstown, res same, Jef- 
ferson tp. 



Boyd, Miss Susan, res with John Boyd, 
Dublin. 

BOYD, WILLIAM, far, res ns Wil- 
liamsburg and Economy road, 2 miles w 
Williams-burg, Green tp. 

Boyd, William, lab, Washington. 

Boyd, William M., far, 2\ miles n Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

BOYER, DANIEL, lab, res Pennville, 
Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Boyer, Daniel, res with Jacob Boyer, Ger- 
mantown. 

Boyer, Jacob, far, res Germantown. 

Boyer, Jacob, far, res with Charles Roden- 
beck, Washington tp. 

Boyer, J. E., carp, res with Mrs. Hopkins, 
Richmond. 

Boyer, John, lab, res s- w cor Sycamore 
and Fifth, Richmond. 

Boyer Amandas, cooper, res Jacksonburg 
— Soldier. 

Boyer, Charles, res n s Short, w Main 
cross, Centerville. 

Boyer, W. C, grocer, s w cor Main 
and Main crossing, Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Boyer, Cornelius, far, l£ miles w Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Boyer, Daniel S., res n s Main, German- 
town. 

Boys, John C, lime manuf, 6 mile n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

BOYS, NATHAN H., far, 6 miles n 
Richmond, e s R. & H. pike, near State line, 
Wayne tp. 

Boyse, Mary — widow William — res e s- 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Boys, Matilda J., res with Nathan H. 
Boys, Wayne tp. 

Bracksen, Reed, engineer, res Fifth, opp 
Public School, Richmond. 

Bradbury, Abner M., far, 1 mile s Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

BRADBURY, A. B.— Pennington $ Brad- 
bury — res with Mrs. Rhoda Morris, Milton. 

Bradbury, Albert, harness maker, n s Main, 
bet Green and Foot, Cambridge, res same. 

Bradbury, R. B., harness maker, res n s 
Main, Germantown. 

Bradbury, Charles, res w s Franklin, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

BRADBURY, DANIEL, far, w s Econ- 
omy pike, 2\ miles n w Washington, Clay 
tp. Mr. Bradbury is one of the pioneers of 
this county, having resided in his present lo- 
cality nearly 44 years. He is a man of vast 
influence both in religion and politics, and 
has filled several important offices, viz., Com- 
missioner and State Legislator. On account 
of feeble health, he has declined the nomina- 
tion several times since. He has refrained 
from taking any active part in politics, but 
is firm, as of yore, for the old flag. 

Bradley, Caleb G. mach, res n s Railroad, 
bet Walnut and Jones, Cambridge. 



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VIERLI.VG KERSEY. 



SILAS H. KERSEY. 



V. & S. H. KERSEY, 

Office over G. "W. Barnes' Store, s. s, Main, bet. Marion & Pearl Sts,, 

RI€HMONB, IN©. 

OFFICE HOURS---From 7 to 8, A. M., and from 1 to 2 and 

from 6 to 7, P. M. 



Bradley, Miss Elizabeth, res with Caleb G. 
Bradley, Cambridge. 

Bradbury, Jonathan, stoves & tinware, n 
w cor Cumberland and Davis, res e s John- 
son, n Cumberland, Dublin. 

BBADWAY, JONATHAN, tinner, c s 
Johnson, n Cumberland, Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Bradbury, Miss Mary, res with Mrs. M. E. 
Bradbury, Richmond. 

Bradbury, Mrs. M. E. milliner, 88 Main, 
res w s Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

BRADBURY, WILLIAM H., deputy 
provost marshal, res w s Sixth, bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond. 

BEADY, WILLIAM L., saddles and har- 
ness, 68 Main ; res w s Pearl, bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

Braffett, Alfred, retired, res with John H. 
Wasson, Richmond. 

Braffett, T. W. O., agent Ohio River Salt 
Co., office s s Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth r res 
27 South Fifth, Richmond— Soldier. 

Brafford, Joseph W. — Den?iis and Brqfford 
— res 56 North Sixth, Richmond. 

BRAGG, ANDREW, miller, res e s W. 
W. Canal, foot Walnut, Milton. 

BRAGG, JAMES H., miller, res n s 
Connersville, bet West River and Canal Sts., 
Milton. 

BRAGG, WILLIAM A.—E. S. Bragg 
$ Co. — res s s Walnut, bet Main Cross and 
Cherry, Milton. 

BRAGG, ELBERT S.—E. S. Bragg $ 
Go. — res n s Main, bet West River and Slain 
Cross, Milton. 

BRAGG, E. S. & CO.— Elbert S. $ Wil- 
liam A. Bragg — flouring mills, bet W. W. 
Canal and West River, Milton. 

Brandell, W. H., carp, res e s Washington, 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Brandt, David, far, £ mile s Pennville, 
Jackson tp. 

Brannon, Henry, inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 



Brannon, Jane, serv, res Earlham College. 

Brannon, William J., ice dealer, 1 mile n 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Brant, Jaheez, far, 4£ miles n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

BRANSON, JAMES L., agt for Branson 
& Harlan, Cincinnati ; res s w cor Front and 
Spring, Richmond — Soldier. 

Branson, Miss Martha, res with Isaiah 
Branson, Wayne tp. 

Branson, Isaiah, far, e s Chester and Arba 
pike, I mile n Chester, Wayne tp. 

BRASHER, JOHN, lab, res Washington. 

Brasher, Nathan, carp, Washington. 

Brattain, George, far, e s Connersville and 
Milton pike, 2 miles s Milton Washington tp. 

BRATZ, HENRY— Bratz, Meier $ Go.— 
res with L. Sperling, South Franklin, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

BRATZ, JOHN— Bratz, Meier, $ Ob.— res 
77 South Sixth, Richmond. 

BRATZ, MEIER, & CO. — Henry B. : 
Gharles M., $ John B. — plow makers n s 
Main, bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Brean, Jerry, lab, res with William B, 
Williams, Abington tp. 

Breece, Hiram, lab on farm owned by 
Dennis Druly, £ mile n e Boston, Boston tp. 

Breemer, Catharine, res with Philip Bree- 
mer, Jackson tp. 

Breemer, George L., far, res with Philip 
Breemer, Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Breemer, Philip, carp, res 2h miles n Dub- 
lin, Jackson tp. 

Brekensick, Catharine — tvidotv Peter — re» 
w s Liberty pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Brelsford, James W., tinner, res w s Green, 
n Spring, Richmond. 

Bremer, Christopher, far, res 3J miles n 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

BREMER, HENRY, far, res with Chris- 
topher Bremen, Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Breneman, Henry, boot- & shoe-maker 
&hop and res Germantown — Soldier. 



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W AYN E COUNTY 



Brener, Susan — widcw John — res with 
Michael Sourbeer, Washington tp. 

Breniser, David, shoemaker, and gate- 
keeper, w s Richmond and Boston pike, 1 
mile s Richmond, "Wayne tp. 

BRENISER, WILLIAM, shoemaker, res 
e s Washington, bet Market and Sycamore, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Brennan, John, lab, res Clifton. 

Brennan, William, lab, res Clifton. 

Brenner, Philip, carp, 1\ miles n Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Brennan, Thomas, lab, res with John 
Brennan, Clifton. 

Brennan, Thomas, lab, res with P. Stan- 
ton, Richmond. 

Brenner, John, Sen., res with Samuel J. 
Miller, Economy. 

Brenson, George L, horse dealer, res New- 
port — Soldier. 

Brereman, Henry, lab, res s w cor Mill 
and Pearl, Richmond. 

Brewer, Jonathan, far, res e s South Mar- 
ket, Economy. 

Brewer, Martin P, far, l£ miles n e Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Briar, Crtharine — ividow — res with Henry 
Klutz, Washington tp. 

Brice, John, lab with Isaac A. Pierce, Jef- 

fe -son tp. i 

BRIDGLAND, JOHN A. — Hanson 

Bridgland, $ Co., New York — res w s Fifth, 

bet Main and Broadway. 

Bridget, Robert, far, n s county road, 3J 
miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Brien, John, far, 1 mile n e Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Briggs, John, R. R. engineer, res e s Ma- 
rion, bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Brighteman, J. E. cooper, res with J. 
Craig, Richmond. 

Briner, Philip, far, 3£ miles, s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Britton, Adam — coVd — lab, res e s Pearl, 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Brittain, Benjamin, far, e s Bloomingsport 
pike, 2 miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Brittain, Elijah, far, 2 miles n e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Brittain, George H., far, res with B. Brit- 
tain, Green tp. 

Brittan, Hannah, res with Pleasant Un- 
thank, New Garden tp. 

BRITTAIN, JAMES, far, 3 miles n w 
of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Britan, John C, far on John Pitt's land, 
1J miles w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Brittain, Joseph, shoemaker, w s Center- 
ville pike, near Williamsburg. 

Britton, Reuben, shoemaker, Washington. 
Brocamp, J. H. T., brickmason, res 108 
South Pearl, Richmond. 

Brocamp, Joseph B., res w s Pearl, bet 
Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Brock, David, train despatcher, C. & I. C. 



res Earlham Col- 
res e s of s High , 



R. R., North Freight Depot, res Huntington 
H'se, Richmond. 

Brodly, Robert, tanner, res s s Main, bet 
Main Cross and First, Centreville. 

Brokamp, Frederick, lab, res s s Mill, w 
end Richmond. 

Brokamp, Henry, lab, 
lege. 

Brokamp, Henry, lab, 
Richmond. 

Brokamp, Miss Jennie, res with James 
Van Dusen, Richmond. 

Brokamp, Joseph, lab, res w s Pearl, opp 
"Cascade Garden," Richmond. 

Broman, Fred, lab, res e s Sixth, bet South 
and Market, Richmond. 

Brooks, Benton — Brooks # Go. — res n s 
Railroad St., bet Walnut and Jones, Cam- 
bridge. 

Brooks, Miss Cecelia M., res with Jesse 
Brooks, Clay tp. 

Brooks, Cornelius, student Earlham Col- 
lege, res Centreville. 

Brooks, David, far, \ mile n Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Brooks, Emanuel M., far, \ mile n Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Brooks, Geo. W., student, res with J. W. 
Brooks, Clay tp. 

Brooks, Miss Huldah, res with William 
Brooks. 

Brooks, Isaac, lab, res Middleboro. 

Brooks, Jacob, far, n s Nat. road, 3 miles 
w Centreville, Centre tp. 

Brooks, Jackson, far, s s Nat. road, 3f 
miles w Centreville, Centre tp. 

Brooks, Jesse H., far, and of firm of Brooks 
& Son, cor of Main and crossing, Fairfax. 

BROOKS, JESSE W. far, 3£ miles n w 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Brooks, Joel, far, res with David Brooks, 
Clay tp. 

Brooks, John, Sen., far, f mile n of Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Brooks, Josephine, student Earlham Col- 
lege, res Centreville. 

Brooks, Matthew, far, n s Washington & 
Hagerstown pike, 1 mile w of Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Brooks, William— -firm of Brooks § Son — 
res e s Main, Fairfax. 

Brooks & Son — William § Jesse H. — 
country merchants, Fairfax. 

BROOKS, T. B. & CO.— Thomas B. B. $ 
dry goods, n e cor Main and Foot, 



Cambridge City. 

BROWER, ABRAHAM, far, 1J miles 
n of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Brow n, Aaron, carriage maker, w s Wash- 
ington, bet Main and Walnut, res e s Marion, 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Brown, Alfred, far, res with John Brown, 
Milton. 

Brown, Amos J., brick mason, bds with 
Mrs. Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 



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J. Koogle & Son, 

Dealers in 

FA, fiIaASS"% ABM 

AND 

OROOICETtY, 

No. 79, Main St., bet. Franklin & Marion, 

RICHMOND, IND. 



Abraham Brubaker, 

Proprietor of 



MILTON, IPfX>. 

The Table is always supplied with the best the 
Market affords. 

Good Stabling. Charges Moderate. 



Brown, Miss Ann Amelia, res with David 
Brown, Jefferson tp. 

BROWN, A. S. prop "Brown's Hotel," s 
w cor Main and Second, Dublin. 

Brown, Arthur 8., blacksmith, w s North 
High, \f of Fort Wayne Av, Richmond. 

Brown, Benjamin, far, w s Boston pike, l£ 
miles n Boston, Boston tp. 

Brown, Carrie A. — widow Robert, soldier — 
res with Dr. Wm. Dickey, Centreville. 

BROWN, CLAYTON— Brown $ Wolfe, 
and Brown § Smith — res at "Relief Mills," 
4 miles s e Richmond, on Boston pike, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Brown, Clayton, sawyer, res 22 s Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Brown, Clayton P., far, res with B. Brown, 
Boston tp. 

Brown, Comley, far with Jeremiah Brown, 
Wayne tp. 

Brown, David, far, w s Cambridge & 
Winchester pike, 2 miles n of Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

BROWN, D. S. livery-stable, w s Main 
Cross, bet Connersville and South, Milton. 

Brown, Miss Deborah, res with Isaac 
Brown, Dublin. 

BROWN, ELAM J. asst treasurer Wayne 
Co., res with D. L. Lashley, Centerville. 

BROWN, ELI, far, w s Union pike, 2 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. Is a na- 
tive of North Carolina; emigrated to Wayne 
county in 1815; settled in Richmond, and 
put up the second house built in the town 
after it was laid out. Carried on the hat 
and cap business about 20 years — in other 
business 12 years; has lived in or near Rich- 
mond for the last 50 years ; is now 73 years 
of age. 

Brown, Miss Eliza, res with James Brown, 
Richmond. 

Brown, Miss Eliza J., res with John 
Cooney, Dublin. 

Brown, Elizabeth A. — widow of Charles 
H. — dress maker, shop and res Main, bet 
Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Brown, Elisha, stove and tin store, s s 
Main, bet Plum and Perry, res s e cor Wal- 
nut and Washington, Hagerstown. 

Brown, Eli F., teacher, bds with Jesse H. 
Brown, Richmond. 



Brown, Florence A., teacher, res with 
Joseph Kem, Centre, tp. 

Brown, Franklin J., deputy elk Wayne 
Co., bds at American House, Centreville. 

BROWN, G. H. elk C. & G-. E. R. R. shop, 
res e s Front, bet Spring aud Sassafras, Rich- 
mond. 

BROWN, G. W. carp, e s New Castle 
road, h mile n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Brown, Gloster — coVd — carp, res e s Ma- 
rion, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Brown, Grace — widow — res 1 mile n Cen- 
treville, Centre tp. 

Brown, Harlan, far, e s Jacksonburg & 
Ft. Wayne road, 4^ miles n e of Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Brown, Henry, lab, res with Henry Brere- 
man, Richmond. 

Brown, Henry N, far, res s s R. R. Depot, 
Dublin, Centre tp. 

Brown, Hugh, cooper, res s s Nat. road, 
Centre tp, 3 miles w Richmond. 

BROWN, IRWIN, mach, bds with Jas. 
Brown, s s Washington Av, near Quaker 
City Works, Richmond. 

Brown, Isaac, far res n Cumberland St., 
Dublin. 

Brown, J. C, far e s pike, \ mile n Dub- 
lin, Jackson tp. 

Brown, James M., eating saloon, w s Ft. 
Wayne Av, bet n High and Washington Av, 
res s s Washington Av, Richmond. 

BROWN, JAMES, lab at Cammack's Fac- 
tory, 3 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

BROWN, JAMES M. boarding hse, s s 
Washington Av, bet Gaar and Ft. Wayne 
Av, Richmond. 

BROWN, JESSE H., school examiner 
for Wayne Co., res in Morrison Library 
Building, Richmond. 

BROWN, JEREMIAH, far \ mile n of 
Nat. road, 2 miles w of Richmond, Wayne 
tp. Mr. Brown was eight days on duty as a 
soldier during the Morgan raid. 

Brown, Jeremiah, printer, res with Ben- 
jamin Davis, Richmond. 

Brown, Jesse C, far, res with Grace 
Brown, Centre tp. 

BROWN, JOHN far and tanner, res s e 
cor West River and Seminary, Milton. 

Brown, John far, 1 mile s of Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 



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Brown. John M., far, res 3 miles s w of 
Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Brown, Jonathan, far, e s Williamsburg 
pike, 4 miles n w Richmond, "Wayne tp. 

Brown, Joseph E., plow stocker, res with 
Eli Brown, 1 mile n w Richmond. 

Brown, Joseph, far, 3 miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne, tp. 

Brown, Joseph, far, res 2 \ miles s w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Brown, Lydia A., res with Samuel Brown, 
Hagerstown. 

Brown, Lindsey, far, 1\ miles n e of Cen- 
treville, Centre tp. 

Brown, Margaret, weaver, res with A. 
Test, Wayne tp. 

Brown, Martha A., res with Wm. Run- 
nels, Richmond. 

Brown, Miss Martha, res with B. Brown, 
Boston tp. 

BROWN, MISS SUSAN, res with J. C. 
Brown, Jackson tp. 

Brown, Miss Martha J. res with John 
Brown, Milton. 

Brown, Miss Mary milliner with Mrs. M. 
E. Bradbury, res with Aaron Brown, Rich- 
mond. 

Brown, Miss Mary L. res with Elisha 
Brown, Hagerstown. 

Brown, Miss Nancy J. res with Isaac 
Brown, Dublin. 

Brown. Pleasant A. far with Jeremiah 
Brown, Wayne tp. 

Brown, Robert weaver, res with A. Test, 
Wayne tp. 

Brown, Miss Roxana — coVd — res with 
Gloster Brown, Richmond. 

BROWN, SAMUEL carp n s Main w of 
Washington, Hagerstown. 

Brown, Samuel C. scroll sawyer at Ezra 
Smith & Co.'s, res with Clayton Brown, 
Richmond. 

Brown, Samuel H. far res with Jesse 
Fouts, Dalton tp. 

BROWN, SAMUEL S. far near " Relief 
Mills," Boston tp, 3\ miles s e Richmond. 

Brown, Silas W. far and carp res 4 miles 
s e Milton, Washington tp. 

BROWN, THOMAS far e s section road, 
1 mile n e Newport, New Garden tp. 

Brown, William J. far res with Grace 
Brown, Center tp. 

Brown, William S. far 3£ miles n e Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Brown, William H. harness maker, bds at 
Sherman Hse, Richmond. 

BROWN, WILLIAM far 3 miles n w 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Brown, William lab Williamsburg. 

BROWN & WOLFE— Clayton B. $ David 
W. — grist and saw mill s s Boston pike at 
falls of Elkhorn, Boston tp, 3£ miles s e 
Richmond. 

BROWN & SMITH— Olaylon Brown $ 
Ghas. G. Smith — dealers in flour and feed, e 



s Sixth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

BROWER, JAMES B. far 4 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Brower, James W. lab res with Nathan 
Cammack, Washington tp. 

BROWER, MATHIAS H. carp with 
Ezra Smith & Co., res w s Fifth bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond — Soldier. 

BRUBAKER, ABRAHAM prop Sher- 
man Hse, and boots and shoes, s w cor West 
River and Main, res same, Milton. 

Bruce, Henry blacksmith, res on Jackson- 
burg road f mile s Nat. road, Jackson tp. 

Bruggenkamp, Frederick tobacconist 91 
s Marion, res same, Richmond. 

Brumback, Isaac elk with Joseph Stone- 
braker, res same, Hagerstown. 

BRUMBACK, JACOB res with Jos. H. 
Stonebraker, Hagerstown. 

Brumbaugh, Conrad res with Abraham 
Kinsey, Dalton tp. 

Brumbaugh, Jacob res with Abraham 
Kinsey, Dalton tp. 

Brumfield, Jesse far n e cor Ash and 
Spice, Centerville. 

Brumfield, John far 1^ miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Brumfield, Marion far 1 £ miles n w Ab- 
ington, Abington tp. 

Brumfield, Miss Margaret res with Merry- 
man Brumfield, Abington tp. 

Brumfield, Merryman far on w bank 
White Water, \ mile n Abington, Abington 
tp. 

Brumfield, Oliver H. far on farm owned 
by Solomon Brumfield, 1 J miles s w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Brumback, William far e s Hagerstown & 
Franklin pike 1£ miles n w Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Bruns, Bernhardt tailor, res e s Pearl bet 
South and Mill, Richmond. 

Brunton, Miss Sallie J. res with James 
Brunton, Richmond. 

Brunton, John R. elk with J. B. Gibbs, 
bds with James Brunton, Richmond. 

Brunton, Miss Lide dress-maker, res with 
James Brunton, Richmond. 

BRUNTON, JAMES traveling agt, res 
w s Front bet Spring and Main, Richmond. 

Bryant, James far 2 miles n e Olive Hill 
P. O., Center tp. 

Bryant, Jane — widow Henry — e s Main 
Cross bet Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

BUCHANAN, T. J. physician, s s Main 
bet Perry and Plum, Hagerstown. 

Buck, Miss Hannah tailoress, res Wash- 
ington. 

Buckner, Austin — coVd — far 3 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Buckley, Joseph weaver, res with A. Test, 
Wayne tp. 

Buhl, George far H miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 



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JACOB B. JULIAN, Pres't. 



OLIVEK T. JONES, Cash'r. 



Capital Stock paid in, 



$100,000. 



Discounts Bills, Notes, <$fc, and does a general Banking business. 



BUHL, JAMES W. far res with Mrs. 
Sarah Buhl, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Buhl, Mary E. res with Mrs. Sarah H. 
Ward, Richmond. 

Buhl, Mrs. Sarah — widow Christian — res f 
mile s Nat. road, 2 miles s w of Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Buing, John house painter, res e s Front 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Bulla, Miss Annie res with Joseph M. 
Bulla, Boston tp. 

Bulla, Chester far res 23 South Seventh, 
Richmond. 

BULLA, HIRAM far 4 miles s e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Bulla, Daniel far e s Newport pike, 1 mile 
n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Bulla, Isaac far n s Boston pike, 3£ miles 
s Richmond, Boston tp. 

BULLA, JOSEPH M. far e s Boston 
pike, 2 miles n Boston, Boston tp. 

Bulla, Miss Melissa res with Joseph M. 
Bulla, Boston tp. 

Bulla, Thomas F. far 1£ miles n Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Bullard, Charles spinner with J. & W. 
Test, res with Wm. Test, Jefferson tp. 

Bullardick, David teamster, res 47 South 
Front, Richmond. 

Bunch, Anna — widow Richard — res with 
James Bunch, Franklin tp. 

Bunch, James far 1 mile e Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Bunch, Jeannette C. res w s Marion bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Bunch, Lorenzo D. notion pedlar, res n w 
cor Fifth and Walnut, Richmond. 

BUNDY, FRANCIS A. blacksmith, res 
s s Cumberland bet Johnson and Davis, 
Dublin. 

Bundy, Jason — col'd, ( Weaver $ Bundy) — 
res w s Marion bet Mill and South, Rich- 
mond. 

BUNDY, SAMUEL— col'd— teamster, res I 



e s Washington bet Sycamore and Market, 
Richmond. 

Bundy, William far 2 \ miles s e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Bunig, Fene — widow Henry — res e s Lib- 
erty pike, near Richmond. 

Bunker, Anna res with family of S. F. 
Bunker, Franklin tp. 

Bunker, Minerva — widow Ira, soldier — res 
Hillsboro. 

Bunker, Samuel far res 1 mile n e Chester, 
Franklin tp. 

Bunnel, Lydia — widow Enoch — res w s 
Main, Williamsburg. 

Burbank, Isaac dry goods s s Main bet 
Main Cross and First, Centerville, res same. 

Burch, George W. far res with B. W. 
Elliott, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Burchett, Jonas far res w s South Poplar, 
Economy. 

Burchett, Thomas teamster, res with D. 
B. Robbins, Economy — soldier. 

BURCHENAL, CHARLES H. atty and 
notary public, (27) s s Main bet Pearl and 
Marion, res n w cor Spring and Franklin, 
Richmond. 

Burchan, William fireman, res Richmond. 

Burden, Joel — col'd — woodchopper on land 
of Dan'l Garrets, 2\ miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Burden, Jonathan — col'd — far res New- 
port. 

Burdsal, Miss Charlotte res with Aaron 
Burdsal, Center tp. 

Burdsal, Aaron far 4 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Bursall, Freeman F. brakesman C. & G. 
E. R. R., res e s Ninth bet Main and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

Burgess, Andrew far e s R. & L.-C. pike, 
l£ miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Burgenstock, Christopher far res 1 mile s 
Hillsboro, w of pike, Franklin tp. 

BURGESS, DANIEL prop boarding hse 
n w cor Pearl & Spring, Richmond, res same. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Burger, Jacob far 3£ miles s w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

BURGESS, JAMES P. far e s Liberty 
pike, Boston tp, 2| miles s Richmond. 

Burgess Jennie res with Daniel Burgess, 
Richmond. 

Burgess, Jesse far w s R. & L.-C. pike, 1 
mile s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Burgess, Milton carp res with Ephraim 
Overman, Richmond. 

BURGES, REBECCA res with William 
Burges, Cambridge City. 

B urges, William lab res s s Main w of 
Walnut, Cambridge City. 

Burges, Susan — widoiu William — res 2 
miles s Centerville, Center 4p. 

Burgess, Samuel pyrotechnist res with 
James P. Burgess, Boston tp. 

BURK, JAMES far 6 miles n of Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Burk, John gatekeeper on R. & L. C 
pike 2 miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

BURK, LEWIS retired res ws Franklin, 
1 door n Main, Richmond. 

Mr. Burk was born near Lexington, Fayette 
County, Kentucky, March 23, 1799, and came, 
with his parents, to Indiana in 1809. In 1813 
he returned to Kentucky on a visit, and remain- 
ed there to learn the trade of a blacksmith. He 
came back to Richmond in the fall of 1816. 
Among the first jobs of work he did after his 
return, was to cut a set of logs for a blacksmith- 
shop, for which he received seventy -five cents, 
doing three days' work in one. Twenty-fiveeents 
per day were all the wages he could obtain 
working at his trade, so he turned his hand to 
the work of a stone-mason, building chimneys, 
laying foundations for houses, &c. ; and in the 
the season, he worked at harvesting; for mason 
and harvest work he was accustomed to receive 
fifty cents per day. 

In 1817 he commenced business for himself by 
renting a set of tools, and opening a shop about 
three miles south of Richmond, near where Bur- 
gess Chapel now stands. From there he went 
to Centerville to work as a journeyman at $15 
per month. His employer dying soon after, he 
took the shop on his own account until the spring 
of 1824 or 5, when he returned to Richmond, 
having been married to Miss Maria Moffett Nov. 
27, 1823. He continued blacksmithing in Rich- 
mond until 1827 or 8, when he was obliged to 
give it up on account of failing health. 

Mr. Burk had never received any education 
until he commenced business for himself, when 
he found it indispensible, and engaged the serv- 
ices of a Mr. White, who was teaching near his 
shop south of Richmond. With the assistance 
of this gentleman, he was enabled in a short 
time to keep his accounts properly. From the 
time he quit blacksmithing, he was engaged suc- 
cessively and successfully in the grocery, tavern, 
and livery-stable business until 1830, when he 
bought a drove of horses, and wen* to Philadel- 
phia. Returning in March, 1831, he again en- 
gaged in hotel keeping until 1835, when he went 
to farming and trading. In 1839 he was elected 
to represent Wayne County in the lower house 



of the State Legislature. In 1841 he was elect- 
ed to the State Senate, and again in 1842. 

In 1852 he commenced the management of the 
Wayne Bank for Mr. Beckel, of Dayton, Ohio, 
and in 1853 bought Mr. Beckel out, and west 
into the banking business on his own account, 
which he continued until July 13, 1863, when 
the First National Bank of Richmond was or- 
ganized. From 1861 to 1864, he was Post Quar- 
ter-master of Camp Wayne, Richmond. Mr. Burk 
has always been one of the most liberal public - 
spirited men, lending a helping hand to any and 
every movement calculated to develop the re- 
sources of the country, or to elevate the tone of 
society politically, morally, and religiously;, and 
we may add last, though not least, his benefac- 
tions to the poor and needy have not been grudg- 
ingly dealt out, but have been well-timed, judi- 
cious, and liberal. He is now possessed of ample 
fortune, enjoys excellent health, and seems to be 
gliding smoothly down the stream of life. May 
his days be long in the land, and his end peace. 

Burk, Miss M. J., res with Lewis Burk, 
Richmond. 

Burk, Mack railroader res with John Fa- 
solt, Richmond. 

Burke, Maria — widow John — res s s Main, 
bet Front and Pearl, Richmond. 

Burke, Thomas express driver, bds at Ba- 
ker H'se, Richmond. 

Burket, Absalom res on the farm of David 
Burket, Jackson tp. 

Burket, Calvin medical student bds with 
Mrs. Col. Lamson, Centerville — Soldier. 

Burkhart, Charles T., paper maker res w s 
Williamsburg pike, \ mile n w Richmond. 

Burket, David far w s Cambridge and Si- 
mon's Creek pike, 3 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

BURKERT, FREDERICK far German- 
town. 



BURKERT, JOHN far with John B- 
Smith, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Burkert, John R. far Harrison tp, 3 miles n 
e East Germantown. 

BURKET, LUCINDA— widow Levi— res. 
n s Nat road, 1 mile w Cambridge Jackson tp 

Burkert, Miss Mary C. res with F. Bur- 
kert, Germantown. 

BURKAM, PERRINE & CO., distillers 
e s Foot, n Main, Cambridge. 

BURKAM, WILLIAM D. — Burkam, 
Per?-ine <Jj" Co. — bds when in Cambridge with 
J. P. Glardon 

BURKERT, W. S.—BinMy $ Burket— 
res with Frederick Burkert. 

Burnett, John far 3 miles s e Jaeksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Burnet, Newbern far res s s Seminary bet 
West River St, and W. W. Canal, Milton. 

Burnett, Miss Priscilla res with John Bur- 
nett, Harrison tp. 

Burnett, Samuel far res with John Burnett, 
Harrison tp. 

Burns, Anna — ividoiv — laundress, res n w 
cor of Pearl and Mill, Richmond. 



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C. L. IEVING, 

Dealer in 

G. A. Miller & Co's, Calenberg & Vaupel's, and W. P. Emerson's 



Bank Block, S. E. Corner Main and Green Streets, 



CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. 



Satisfaction Guaranteed. Every Instrument warranted five 
years, and kept in order one year free of charge. 



♦- 



SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, STRINGS, k, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



, uu,, 



All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned & Repaired. 

OLD INSTRUMENTS 

Taken in part Payment for New. 



Burns, John railroader res e s Washington, 
n Cliff, Richmond — Soldier. 

Burns, Michael railroader res e s Main 
Cross, Centerville. 

BURNS, MRS. MINERVA (John, soldier) 
res es "Washington, n Cliff, Richmond Mrs. 
Burns has sent five sons and a husband to the 
army. 

Burns, Wm. T. far with Samuel Bell, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Burress, Milton M. cleric with Isaac Har- 
ned; bds with Joseph Thrasher, Hagerstown. 

Burris, Charles far 3J miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Burris, Daniel far 3 miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Burris, Daniel miller in the employ of 
John Cockefair, Cambridge — Soldier. 

Burris, Mary — widow Thornton — res with 
Daniel Burris, Abington tp. 

Burris, Miss Susan res with Daniel Burris 
Abington tp. 

BURRIS, WILLIAM far on Pleasant 
Valley Pike, Washington tp, 5£ miles s w 
Centerville. 

Burroughs, Charles far e s Dalton pike, \ 
mile n Dalton, Dalton tp. 

BURROUGHS, JAMES far on farm 
owned by Charles Burroughs, e s Dalton 
pike, 1 mile n Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Burroughs, John far 1\ miles e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 



Burroughs, Lottie — widow Thomas — res 
with Charles Burroughs, Dalton tp. Mrs. 
Burroughs is now 95 years of age, and is in 
comparatively good health. She was born 
in Virginia in 1770, and removed to Wayne 
County in 1814. 

Burroughs, Miss Maria E., res with Charles 
Burroughs, Dalton tp. 

BURSON, D. 8.— John W. Burson $ Co.— 
res w s Newport pike, £ mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

BURSON, E. T.—John W. Burson $ Co. 
— res w s Newport pike, £ mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

BURSON, JOHN W. & CO.— John W. 
B., E. T. B., $ D. S. B.-~ oil mill w s New- 
port pike, h mile n of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

BURSON, J. W.— J. W. Burson $ Go.— 
res Muncie, Ind. 

Burson, Miss Mary teacher in O. Friend's 
School, res with Burson, Richmond. 

Burton, Miss Jane res with Leaner Bur- 
ton, Boston tp. 

Burton, Levi D. far res with William 
Wolfe, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Burton, Leaner — widow Elijah — on farm 
owned by Alse Zeek, Boston tp, 5£ miles 
s e Richmond. 

Burton, Miss Mary res with Leaner Bur- 
ton, Boston tp. 

Burton, Miss Sarah res with Leaner Bur- 
ton, Boston tp. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Burts, Robert — coVd — cook res s w cor Mill 
and Marion, Richmond. 

Bush, Amos, far, res with Charles Osthimer, 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Bush, "William blacksmith Newport. 

Bussen, Joseph brickmolder, res West Rich- 
mond. 

Bussen, John lab res n s Nat road, \ mile 
w Richmond. 

Bussen Mary — widow — res e s Pearl, bet 
Mill and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Butler, Anselam pumpmaker res s s Cum- 



berland, bet Milton and county road, Dublin 
Jackson tp. 

Butler, Oliver, real estate agent, res near 
R. R. bridge,. Richmond. 

Butler, Miss Olive, res with Anselam But- 
ler, Dublin. 

Byars, William far w s Liberty pike, 5 
miles s Richmond, Boston tp. 

Byerly, Levi far 1 mile n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Byrne, Ann res with Hugh Diven, Cam- 
bridge. 



c 



Cadwallader, Noah far \ mile w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Cadwallader, Sarah — widow Rees — milliner 
15 North Fifth, res same, Richmond. 

Cain, Abner far res with Elizabeth Cain, 
Green tp. 

Cain, Allen far w s Jacksonburg road 1\ 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Cain, Elizabeth — widow Jonathan — n s 
Winchester and Washington road 2 \ miles 
s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cain, Enos far 2 miles s w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Cain, Francis M. far s s Dalton road, 2 \ 
miles s w Economy, Dalton tp. 

Cain, Henry B. far s s Franklin road, 2 
miles w Economy, Perry tp. 

Cain, John far w s Greensfork, 3 miles s w 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cain, John H. far w s Economy and Wash- 
ington pike, 1 mile s Economy, Perry tp. 

Cain, Martin lab res e s Newport pike, bet 
White Water and Richmond. 

Cain, Miss Martha A. res with John H. 
Cain, Perry tp. 

Cain, Milton lab res with Perry Hurst, 
Perry tp. 

Cain, Nancy J. res with H. E. Cain, 
Perry tp. 

Cain, Miss Nancy J. res with Elizabeth 
Cain, Green tp. 

Cain, Patrick lab res Washington tp, ±\ 
miles w Centerville. 

Cain, Miss Sarah A. res with Elizabeth 
Cain, Green tp. 

CAIN, THORNTON P.— Wm. Cain $ 
Sons — res w s Eighth, bet Sassafras and Mul- 
berry, Richmond. 

CAIN, WILLIAM, JR.— George Hase- 
coster §• Co — res n e cor Fifth and Sassafras, 
Richmond. 

CAIN, WILLIAM & SON— William C, 
Tornton P. O. § Andrew F. Vaughan — lum- 
ber yard w s Fort Wayne Av, bet Washing- 
ton Av and Cliff, Richmond — Soldier. 

Cain, William A. engineer bds at Meredith 
Hse, Richmond. 



Cahill, Miss Bridget res at Huntington 
Hs'e, Rich.mond. 

Caldwell Miss Acenia, res with G. Hittle. 

Caldwell, James far res s w cor Wayne co., 
Washington tp. 

Callaway, Miss Elizabeth, res with James 
Callaway, Milton. 

CALLAWAY, GEORGE W. dry goods 
& groceries n e cor Main and Main Cross, res 
n w cor Connersville and Main Cross, Milton. 

Callaway, James teamster, res s e cor Con- 
nersville and Cherry, Milton. 

Callaway, James far res s s Canal, bet 
Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

CALLAWAY, JOHN President First 
Nat Bank, Cambridge, res 1 mile s Cam- 
bridge City, Jackson tp. 

Callaway, Moses M. — Callaway $ McGrew 
— res s s Walnut, bet Main Cross and Cherry, 
Milton. 

Callaway & McGrew — Moses M. C. $ 
Linrlsey McG. — butchers n s Main, bet Main 
Cross and West River Sts., Milton. 

CALVERT, JOHN agt for F. A. Estey 
at the East Fork Mills, known as Hill's Mills, 
2\ miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Cammack, David wool manuf res with Na- 
than Cammack, Washington tp. 

Cammack, Miss Angeline res with Nathan 
Cammack, Washington tp. 

CAMMACK, NATHAN, woolen factory 
at the confluence of Green Fork and West 
Fork; res same, Washington tp. 

Campbell, Alexander far b\ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Campbell, Charles A. res with W. H. Hale, 
Richmond. 

Campbell, Elizabeth — widoiv Edward — b'ds 
with Aquilla Cordall, Harrison tp. 

Campbell, James far, w s Williamsburg 
and Centerville pike, J mile s Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Campbell, James shingle factory, s end of 
Hagerstown ; res same. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN L. far, s s county 
road, 3 mile s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Campbell, John, res on the farm owned by 
William Long, Jackson tp. 



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W. TEST & BROTHERS, 

(Successors to A. Test & Co.,) Proprietors of 

Mount Vernon Woolen Mills, 

One unci a half miles South of RICHMOND, IND., 

Manufacturers of" 

CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, JEANS, 

Blankets, Plain and Plaid Flannels, 
KNITTING AND WEAVING YARNS, &c. 

m~ THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID IN CASH FOR WOOL.^ 



Campbell, Joseph W. elk res with James 
McMeens, Richmond. 

Campbell, Nancy — widow William — § mile 
w Cambridge and Dalton pike, 3 miles s w 
Hagerstown, Jeflerson tp. 

Campbell, Ralph sawyer res n s Seminary, 
bet West River and Main, Milton. 

Campbell, Thomas patern maker at Spring 
Foundry, res w s Washington Av, Richmond. 

Campbell, William — Campbell <$* Wilson — 
res Washington, Clay tp. 

Campbell, William, far e s Hagerstown 
and Washington pike, 4 miles e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Campbell & French— Wm. C. $ T. B. F. 
— livery-stable e s Franklin, bet Main and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

Campbell & Wilson — William C. § Oliver 
W. — dry goods & grocers, Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Canaday, Miss Amy, res with Eli P. Bar- 
nard, Perry tp. 

Canaday, Enos far — also W. <j* E. Canaday 
— 1 mile n w Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Canaday, Miss Ellen res with Peter Crock- 
er' Richmond. 

Canaday, Lindsey far res \ mile n w Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Canaday, William — W. tj- E. Canaday — res 
Dalton. 

Canary, David fireman res with Esther 
League, Richmond. 

Canfield, Miss Betsey A. res with Melinda 
McLave, Cambridge. 

Canfield, Silas cooper s s depot, res s s Pork, 
bet Walnut and Jones, Cambridge. 

Canton, Peter lab res 31 mile s w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Capps, Judea — zvidow Enoch— refugee res 
Newport. 

Capps, Sarah A. res with Judea Capps, 
Newport. 

Carberry, Owen — coVd— res w s Front, s 
Mill, Richmond. 



Carder, A. blacksmith res Chester, Wayne 
twp. 

Carey, Michael, F. carp res s s Main, bet 
Washington and Front, Richmond. 

Carey, Nathaniel blacksmith n w cor Main 
and Jones ; res n e cor Jones and North 
Front, Cambridge. 

Carey, Miss Sarah, res with W. H. Hale, 
Richmond. 

CAREY, WOODMAN far res n s South, 
bet West River and Main Cross, Milton. 

Carlisle, Miss Lucetta res with Thomas J. 
Carlisle, New Garden tp. 

Carlisle, Thomas J. far w s R. & N. pike, 
2 miles s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Carmichael, Hanley, teamster, Franklin. 

Carmichael, Miss Mary res with Hanley 
Carmichael, Franklin. 

Carmony, David tailor res s s Maple, bet 
Johnson and Davis, Dublin. 

Carmony, G. J. dry goods s s Cumber- 
land, bet Jackson and Davis, Dublin. 

Carnell, Richard, brick mason, res n w cor 
Walnut and Front, Cambridge. 

Carpenter, Caroline, student Earlham, res 
Richmond. 

CARPENTER, CHARLES G. far e s 
Union pike, 1\ miles n w Richmond, Wayne 
twp. 

Carpenter, E. L. physician res n s Main, 
Germantown. 

CARPENTER, JAMES W '.— Carpenter 
§ Vickrey — res n w cor North Front, and 
Green, Cambridge. 

CARPENTER J. S. furniture dealer, s s 
Main, bet Main and Foot, res n s North 
Front, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Carpenter, Rachel — widoiv William — res n 
s Main, Germantown. 

CARPENTER & VICKREY— James W. 
C. § Thomas O. V. — stone-cutters and marble- 
dealers, n s Main, bet Foot and Green, Cam- 
bridge. 

Carr, Henry far £ mile n Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 



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Carr, Joseph far 3 miles e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

CAKE, REBECCA— widow Job— boarding 
h'se e s Franklin, between Mulberry and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

Carr, Samuel far adjoining Jacksonburg on 
the north. 

CARRICK, ADAM teamster, res s s Main, 
bet Cherry and Brook, Milton — Soldier. 

Carrington, Elizabeth — widow Louis — res 
on farm of John Duke, Wayne tp. 

CARROLL, EDWIN H. deputy auditor 
Wayne County, res Centerville. 

Carrol, James lab 1^ miles s e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Carry, John H. pumpmaker res s s Basin, 
bet Chestnut and Center, Cambridge. 

Carroll, Lewis far 4 miles n Richmond, 
New Garden tp — Soldier. 

Carroll, Rachel B. res with William Car- 
roll, New Garden tp. 

CARROLL, WILLIAM far 3 miles s e 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Carry, Tim teamster, res s s Cliff, bet 
Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Carson, David D., far 2\ miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Carter, James huckster res e s Green, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Carter, Miss Jennie res with Mrs Rebecca 
Carter, Richmond. 

Carter Rebecca — widow Charles — dress- 
maker e s Pearl, bet Walnut and Market ; 
res same, Richmond. 

Carter, Robert — cold — barber s s Main, e 
Main Cross, opp Court-House, res same, Cen- 
terville. 

Carter, Miss Sallie — coVd — res with Wil- 
liam Carter, Richmond. 

Carter, William — col'd — lab res e s Wash- 
ington, between Sycamore and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Carter, William B. far res n s Economy 
and Williamsburg road, 1 mile e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Carter, Willis — col'd — barber res es Wash- 
ington, bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Carter W. Landen tobacco agt res with 
Mrs Rebecca Carter, Richmond. 

CASELY, JOHN T. far res with John 
Casely, Richmond — Soldier. 

Casely, John far e s Boston tpke, 1 mile s 
Richmond. 

Case, L. B. conductor R. R. res w s Frank- 
lin, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Case, Charles, R. R. engineer res w s Wash- 
ington Av, Richmond. 

Casey, Thomas lab res with M. Bennett, 
Cambridge. 

Cary Parmal, pump maker n w cor Main 
and Jones ; res s s Pork, bet Walnut and 
Jones, Cambridge. 

Carvine, George, res n e cor Cumberland 
and Davis, Dublin. 



CARVER, L. R. fireman, res at Pittman's 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

Cartwright, Charles far 1J miles n w Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Cartwright, Thomas gardener res s s Nat 
road, f mile e Richmond. 

Cashner, Miss Mary res with Joseph Gar- 
ring, Richmond. 

Cash, Thomas brickmolder res w s Pork, 
Richmond. 

Cass, Keirn G. tailor with A. Woodward; 
res n s Cliff, bet Gaar and Washington, 
Richmond. 

Cassel, Miss Amanda res with Samuel C. 
Cassel, Richmond. 

Cassel Dallas paper hanger res with Sam- 
uel C. Cassel, Richmond. 

CASSEL, JENNY— widow William — 
res e s Pearl, bet Walnut and Main, Rich- 
mond. 

CASSEL, SAMUEL C. res e s Marion, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

CASSIDY, EDWIN bricklayer res s s 
Cliff, bet Pearl and Fort Wayne Av, Rich- 
mond. 

Cassner, C. H. engineer res n e cor Pearl 
and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Castater, Elijah cabinet maker n e cor 
Elm and College ; res w s Elm, n end Ha- 
gerstown. 

Castater, Miss Elizabeth res with a Elijah 
Castater, Hagerstown. 

Castater, George retired res with Elijah 
Castater, Hagerstown — is 96 years old. 

Castater, Miss Rebecca res with Elijah Cas- 
tater, Hagerstown. 

Castater, William shoemaker with Wil- 
liams & Shibler; res with E. Castater, Ha- 
gerstown — Soldier. 

CATE, JESSE far £ mile w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Cate, Silas far s s Economy road, f mile w 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cate, Thomas J. far ws Winchester and 
Washington road, 3^ miles ne Williamburg, 
Green tp. 

Cates, Eli far 1 mile s Washington, Clay tp. 

CATES, EPHRAIM far 1 mile w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Cates Harry S ticket agt depot; res n w 
cor Sixth and Sassafras, Richmond; 

Cates, Martha, res l£ mile n e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Cates, John res with Eli Cates, Clay tp. 

CATEY, MISS AXIE res with John B. 
Catey, Green tp. 

Catey, John B. far w s Centerville pike, 1 
mile s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Catey, Martha A. — tvidoiv Orlistis, soldier — 
res with C. S. Stevens, Center tp. 

Catey, Oliver, res with John B. Catey, 
Green tp — Soldier. 

Catlett, Robert B. butcher res e s North 
Poplar, Economy, Perry tp. 



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GEO. HASECOSTER & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

SASH, DOOF.S, 1SD BLI1TSS; 

Also, Ogborn & Go's Union Fanning Mill, 

Near Depot, bet. Ft. Wayne Av. $ Fifth St., 



All kinds of Carpenter and Builder's Work promptly done. 



far e s Williamsburg and ' Chamness, Miss Nancy res with "William 
lh miles e Williamsburg, [Test, Jefferson tp. 

Chamness, Nathan far £ mile w Dalton, 



C. 



Caty, Samuel 
Richmond pike, 
Green tp. 

Cavender, Abraham far on farm of J 
Loire, Wayne tp. 

Caviry, Ann inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Cay, William mach bd's with Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Jones, Richmond — Soldier. 

CENTERVILLE COLLEGIATE IN- 
STITUTE, Prof J. M. Coyner principal & 
prop s s South, bet Main Cross and Spruce, 
Centerville. This institution was formerly 
White-Water College. 

Cesen, Michael lab in foundry, res e s 
North Green, Richmond. 

Chamberlain, H. B. telegraph operator, res 
at Strattan's b'ding hse, Richmond. 

Chamberlain, Luther C. justice n w cor 
Main and West River Sts.; res w s West River, 
bet Main and Canal, Milton. 

Chambers, C. H. — Elliott $■ Chambers — re3 
w s Franklin, bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Chambers, George W. — Chambers $■ Sell — 
res Abington 



Daltontt 

ChMMess, Reily— W. S. $ R Chamness— 
DaltofT 

Chamness, William S.~ W. S. $ R Cham- 
ness — also Postmaster, res Dalton. 

CHAMNESS, WILLIAM far & justice of 
peace, 1 mile e Dalton, Dalton tp. 
- Chamness, William S. & Riley dry goods 
& groceries, Dalton. 

Chance, William A. — Ohanee £ Hinshaw 
— res 94 Main, Richmond. 

Chance & Hinshaw — Wm. A C. § Irani 
H. — confectioners, 92 Main, Richmond. 

Chandler, Aaron ice dealer res with An- 
thony Pittman, Richmond. 

Chandler, Edmund F. far 2 miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Chandler, John G. foreman in pork-house 
res e s Fifth, bet Vine and Elm, Richmond. 

Chandler, Lucretia inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Chandler, Robert miller at Wm. Straw- 



Chambers & Sell — George W. O. tr Francis bridge's mill; res 4 miles n e Richmond, 



M. S. — saddles & harness, Abington 

Chamness, David far res with Nathan 
Chamness, Dalton tp. 

Chamness, Ebenezer far & brickmason on 
farm owned by Lyndsey Dennis, \ mile n 
Franklin, Dalton tp. 

Chamness, George W. blacksmith w s Dal- 
ton pike, £mile n Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Chamness, Jehu plow maker Dalton. 

Chamness, Jesse far 1 mile n w Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Chamness, Joshua far n s Centerville pike, 
1 mile s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Champ, Lafayette elk res w s Dublin, n 
Cumberland, Dublin. 

CHAMNESS, LARKIN far res with Wil- 
liam Chamness, Dalton tp. 

Chamness, Miss Martha A. res with G. W. 
Chamness, Dalton tp. 



Wayne tp. 

CHANT, PHILIP blacksmith res n s 
Spring, bet Pearl and Washington. Was in 
naval service during Mexican war. 

CHAPIN, ANNIE B.— wife James—res 
with Alice P. Smith, Richmond. 

CHAPIN, MRS. MARTHA milliner res 
Washington. 

CHAPIN, JOSEPH res Washington — 
Soldier. 

Chapman, Agnes — widow Robert — res s e 
cor Pearl and Market, Richmond. 

Chapman, Miss Anna C. res with Rev. L. 
W T . Chapman, Richmond. 

Chapman, A. H. lumber dealer res £ mile 
w Newport pike, 1 mile n Richmond, Wayne 
twp. 

^Chapman, Miss Elizabeth res w s Green, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 



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m 



Chapman, George A. far res with George 
Chapman, Wayne tp. 

Chapman, George for n s Greenmount pike, 
1£ miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Chapman, James, trader, res n w cor Spice 
and Spruce, Centerville. 

Chapman, John, far w s Newport pike, 2 J- 
miles n Richmond, AVayne tp. 

CHAPMAN, REV. L. W., pastor 1st 
Presbyterian Church (O. S.) e s .Fifth, bet 
Main and Walnut, res n s Nat road, £ mile e 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Chapman, Miss Margaret res with Mrs. 
Agnes Chapman, Richmond. 

Chapman, Robert far n s Greenmount pike, 
\% miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Chapman, Miss Sarah J. res with William 
Baldwin, Wayne tp. 

Chappell, Albertson, far res s s R. R. depot, 
Dublin. 

Chappell, William H. lab res with Jacob 
Vore, Jackson tp. 

CHARLES, AMOS far on Newport and 
Arba road, 2 miles n e Newport, N ew Gar- 
den tp. 

CHARLES, CLARKSON elk in J. C. 
Hammer's store, e s Main Cross, 5th house s 
Cherry, Newport. 

CHARLES, JOEL, far on Newport and ' 
Arba road, 2J miles n e Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Charles, Miss Martha res with Nathan 
Charles, Wayne tp. 

CHARLES, MATTHEW far & teacher 
s s Nat road 2 miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 
Charles, Miss Rebecca res with Nathan 
Charles, Wayne tp. 

Charles, Nathan far res n Nat road, 1^ 
miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. The parents 
of Mr. Charles came from North Carolina 
when he was 5 years old, and he has resided 
54 years in this county. 

Charles, Samuel far 2 miles n e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

CHARLES, SAMUEL H. far n s Nat 
road, 1{- miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Charles, Miss Sarah res with Nathan 
Charles, Wayne tp. 

CHARLES & CLARK— John O. $ Jona- 
than B. 0. — druggists under Odd-Eellows' 
hall, n s Main, bet Poplar and Market, Econ- 
omy. 

Charleton, John far e s Hagerstown and 
Dalton pike, 1£ miles n w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Charman, R. G. far 2 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Chase, Ephraim D. conductor res w s 
Eighth, bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Rich- 
mond. 

CHATFIELD, WILLIAM L. mach e s 
Pearl, bet Sassafras and Cliff, Richmond. 

CHAYILEER, JAMES far 1 mile s Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 



Cheeseman, Alexander far 2 J miles e Wash- 
in g;ton, Center tp. 

CHEESEMAN, DAVIDSON far 5 miles 
n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Cheeseman, Lorenzo D. far 2 J miles n e 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Cheeseman, Lydia — tcidow Uriah — res with 
William Cheeseman, Richmond. 

Cheeseman, Mrs. Margaret res s s Main, 
bet Plum and Washington, Hagerstown. 

CHEESEMAN, NEHEMIAH livery & 
sale stable, n s Main, bet Perry and Plum ; 
res n s Main, bet Plum and Walnut, Ha- 
gerstown. 

CHEESEMAN, RICHARD far Dalton 
tp, e s West River pike, 3£ miles n e Hagers- 
town. 

Cheeseman, Vernon far s s Washington and 
Fairfax road, 8 miles n w Richmond, Center 
tp. 

Cheeseman, William retired res s s Main, 
bet Washington and Green, Richmond. 

Chenoweth, Miss Amanda M. res with 
Elias Chenoweth. 

CHENOWETH, ELIAS far 2\ miles s 
w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Chenoweth, John T. physician, w s Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Chenoweth, Peter, res on farm owned by 
Thomas Oler, 3 miles n w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Chestnut, Miss Lena res with Anna Cul- 
bertson, Center tp. 

Chestnut, Robert far s s D. & W. R. R., 
3} miles e of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Christian, John retired far, res n s Main, 
East Cambridge. Mr. Christian was one of 
the soldiers of 1812. 

Churchville, Miss Anna res with John L. 
Black, Richmond. 

Clackner, Simon S. res n w cor Main and 
Chestnut, Cambridge City. 

Clackner, William H. far, res w s South 
Second, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

CLAGETT, G. A. physician, 41 North 
Seventh, res same, Richmond. 

CLAGETT, ROBERT G. physician, 41 
North Seventh, res same, Richmond. 

Clair, David far 2| miles w Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Clair, Emanuel far, res with David Clair, 
Abington tp. 

CLARK, A. B. piano and music dealer, 
91 J Main, bds with Wm. Duey, North 
Seventh, Richmond. 

Clark, Calvin sup't Freedmen's Orphan 
Asylum, Helena, Ark., res 1\ miles n e of 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Clark, Carrie M. res with Harmon Clark, 
Newport. 

CLARK, CHARLES engineer, res with 
Thomas W. Clark, Dalton tp. 

Clark, Charles A. molder, bds at Pacific 
Hse, Cambridge — Soldier. 



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AVERY & BOWE1 

Wholesale and Eetail 

It II It-tit tir I © I a 



And Ocnlovs in 

ALL ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT IN DRUG STORES. 

They are the Proprietors of the 

1 5i«l(«iJiiai of Life, 
And LITTLE GIANT LIVER PILLS, 

The most effectual, and at the same time the most mild, anti- 
Bilious medicine in use. 

Store, S. E. Corner Main and Marion Sts., 

HKHMONB, IHB. 



County Agents for 

CHAMPION MACHINE WORKS, 

SPRINGFIELD, O. 

Champion Keaper & Mower Combined, 

Tlie most successful Self-Raker made. 

CHAMPION MOWER, CHAMPION CIDER MILL. 



Also, for all kinds of 



wmwtnn mnmmn t 

Samples of which will be shown and explained with pleasure, by C. H. 
Bowen and J. W. Thompson, corner of Main and Marion streets, 



48 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Clark, Edmund H. — col'd — res with Wil- 
kerson Clark. 

Clark, Eli lab, res 1£ miles e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Clark, Elizabeth — widow Jesse, Sen.~— res 
Chester, Wayne tp. Came to Wayne Co. 
in 1816 from Augusta Co., Georgia, and en- 
tered the land on which Wm. Clawson now 
resides. Aged 76. 

Clark, Miss Ellen res with Wyatt Debolt, 
Washington tp. 

Clark, Elwood far 1£ miles e of Chester, 
on Paris road, Wayne tp. 

Clark, Elwood far w s Washington & 
Economy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Clark, Francis M. miller, res with Wm. 
Clark, Wayne tp. 

Clark, G. W. far res with Wm. Clark, 
Wayne tp. 

Clark, Miss Gulielma res with Elizabeth 
Clark, Wayne tp. 

Clark, Hannah — widow — res Main St., e s, 
s end, Bethel. 

CLAEK, HARMON tanner, n w cor 
Main and Main Cross, Newport. 

Clark, Harvey lab, res s s Main, w of 
Walnut, Cambridge City. 

Clark, Isaac far £ mile s w of Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Clark, James far 1^- miles w Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Clark, Janetta res with Elias Baldwin, 
New Garden tp. 

Clark, Jemima — widow — far 3 miles g e of 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

CLARK, JONATHAN B—Robbms $ 
Clark— a?id Clark $ Charles, of Randolph Co. 
—-res n e cor Main and Market, Economy. 

Clark, John far 2 miles n Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Clark, Margaret res with Mrs. J. Clark, 
New Garden tp. 

Clark, Miss Margaret weaver with J. & 
Wm. Test, res with Bufus Test, Jefferson tp. 

Clark, Miss Mary A. teacher, res with R. 
Clark, Jacksonburg. 

Clark, Miss Melvina res with Mrs. J. 
Clark, New Gardeu tp. 

Clark, Nelson F. shoemaker with Newby 
& Miller, bds at Prescott's boarding hse, 
Richmond— Soldier. 

Clark, Rhu. wagon maker, res Jackson- 
burg. 

Clark, Robert M. tanner, res with Har- 
mon Clark, Newport. 

Clark, Samuel — col'd — whitewasher, res s 
e cor Front and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Clark, Sarah — widow Ephraim — res f mile 
w Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Clark, S. A. carriage trimmer, res Hunt- 
ington Hse Richmond. 

Clark, Stephen far, res e s Marion, bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Clark, Thomas tailor with Williams & 



Hatfield, bds with Joseph P. Stratton, Rich* 
mond. 

CLARK, THOMAS E.~- W. # T. E, 
Clark — res s s Main, bet Poplar and Market, 
Economy. 

CLARK, THOMAS G. far e s Conners- 
ville & Milton pike, 3£ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Clark, Thomas W. far on farm owned by 
James McWhinney, Dalton tp, 4 miles n of 
HagerstoWn, w s pike. 

Clark, William harness maker s w cor 
Main and Green, Newport. 

Clark, Vansinew far, n e cor Union and 
Short, Centerville. 

CLARK, WILLIAM— Clark $ Yaryan— 
res n s E. & H. R. R., 3 miles e Richmond, 
Wavne tp. 

Clark, William— W. $ T. E. Clark— far 
res n s East Main, Economy. 

CLARK, WILLIAM C. elk, canvassed 
Perry, Dalton and Boston tps for this book, 
and was one of the best assistants in compil- 
ing it, res 59 South Fifth, Richmond. 

CLARK, WILLIAM E. res \ mile n of 
Middleboro, Franklin tp. 

Clark, William H. tanner, res with Har- 
mon Clark, Newport. 

Clark, William H. wagon maker, res with 
Rhu. Clark — Soldier. 

Clark, William P. wagon maker, n s Cum- 
berland, w end Dublin St., res same, Dublin. 

Clark, Wilkerson — col'd — blacksmith, 2J 
miles s w of Newport, New Garden tp, res 
same. 

CLARK, W. & T. E William $ T. El- 
wood O. — dry goods and groceries, n w cor 
Main and Poplar, Economy. 

CLARK & YARYAN— William C. # 
John Y. — grist and merchant millers at 
Spring Mill, n s E. & H. R. R., 3 miles e of 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

CLARKSON, H.— H. Clarkson # Co.— 
bds Huntington Hse, Richmond. 

CLARKSON & CO.—H. Clarkson $ 

— ins and real estate agts, n w cor Main and 
Marion, (up stairs) Richmond. 

Clawson, Abner retired, res s e cor Eighth 
and Vine, Richmond. 

CLAWSON, ALFRED H.— Claivson $ 
Corwin — res with Abner Clawson, Richmond. 

Clawson & Jones — John S. C. $ Jesse E. 
J.— dry goods, n e cor Main and Main Cross, 
Hillsboro. 

Clawson, John S. — Claicson $ Jones — res 
n w cor Main and Main Cross, Hillsboro. 

CLAWSON & CORWIN— Alfred C. $ 
William C. — manufs hay forks, s w cor 
Sixth and Noble, Richmond. 

CLAWSON, JOSIAH far, 2 miles n e 
Washington, Clay tp. 

CLAWSON, WM. P. far w s R. & H. 
pike, 2^ miles n of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Clawson, William far s s C. & C. Air Line 
R. R., 1£ miles e Washington, Clay tp. 



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CARPENTER & VICKREY, 

MAITUFACTUBEBS OIF 

Monuments, Tomb and Grave Stones, 

MARBLE MANTELS, 

Tails Tops, Busts, Hedallions, Ta&hts, &c. 



Designs and Plans furnished, and the work executed in the best style of Art 
and of first class material. 

eiMERiBGie eiTY, x^bxa^a. 



dayman, Frederick engineer at Earlham 
■College, res 1 mile w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

CLEAVELAND, MRS. M. J. teacher 
piano forte, res e s Franklin, bet Walnut and 
Market, Richmond. 

Cleveland, Adelia inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Clemens, Amy — coVd — res with Nancy 
Thomas, Richmond. 

Clements, Isaac far, w s boundary road, 
3% miles n of Newport, New Garden tp. 

"CLEMMONS, MART— widow Jo/m—ves 
2J miles n w Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Clements, Samuel far w s boundary road, 
3£ miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Clemons, William far w s Williamsburg 
pike, 3\ miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Clenney, Amy — widow of Michael — res 2^ 
miles n w of Newport, New Garden tp. 

Clenney, Sarah Jane daughter of Amy 
Clenney, New Garden tp. 

Clevenger, Phebe milliner, Abington. 

CLEVINGER, SAMUEL far, 3 J miles 
n w Abington, Abington tp. 

Cluckner, Joseph far, res with James 
Wallace, Washington tp. 

Clifford, Edward painter, res with Jacob 
Koogle, Richmond — Soldier. 

Cliff, Walter trunk maker, res n s Rail- 
road St., w of Walnut, Cambridge City. 

Cline, Jacob railroader, res s w cor Sev- 
enth and Walnut, Richmond. 

Cline, Joseph far, res with Rankin Bald- 
rige. 

Clinedenst, W. W. wagon maker s s Main, 
bet First and Second, res same, Centerville. 

Clisbee, A. news agt on C. & G. E. R. R., 
bds at Eagle Hse, Richmond. 

Clisbee, Wm. painter, bds at Eagle Hse, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Cloude, John S. shoemaker; res n e cor 
Main and Spruce, Centerville. 

Cloud, Joseph far, 2% miles s e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 



Clute, Edward lab, res s s Nat. road, f 
mile e of Richmond. 

Coale, George newspaper agt, res n e cor 
Spring and Pearl, Richmond. 

COATE, ELIJAH minister in Wesleyan 
Methodist Church, res Newport. 

CO BOURN, J. A. far, res 2 miles n e of 
Middleboro, e s of Hollansburg pike, Frank- 
lin tp. 

Coty, Peter far, res adjoining Hillsboro on 
the east. 

Cochran, David patent right dealer, res w 
s Ft. Wayne Av, bet Sassafras and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

Cochran, Joseph far, 2 J miles s w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Cochran, Miss Lida res with David Coch- 
ran, Richmond. 

Cocheran, Miss Margaret J. res with J. 
Cocheran, Clay tp. 

Cochran, Robert N., Sen., far, s s East 
Fork, 2 J miles e of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Cocheran, Samuel, far res with Joseph 
Cocheran, Clay tp. 

Cochran, Miss Sarah A. res with Valen- 
tine Toland. 

COCKEFAIR, JAMES M. undertaker, 
n e cor Railroad St. and Canal, Cambridge 
City, res East Cambridge — Soldier. 

COCKEFAIR, JOHN prop woolen fac- 
tory Cambridge City, res East Cambridge. 

Coddington, Miss Matilda res with Benoni 
Newby, Richmond. 

Cody, John lab n w cor Pearl and Clay, 
Hagerstown. 

Comeld, John res w s Tenth, bet Vine and 
Mulberry, Richmond. 

COFFIELD, LUCY— widow Arthur— res 
s w cor Tenth and Vine, Richmond; was 2 
months a matron in one of our army hos- 
pitals. 

Coffin, B. & J. — Barney Q. § Jesse O. — dry 
goods dealers, 102 Main, Richmond. 



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COFFIN, CHAKLESF. pres't Richmond 
If at. Bank, (also, Morrison, Blanc hdr d $ Co.) 
res s w cor Washington and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

Coffin, Jesse — B. $ J. Coffin — res 33 North 
Fifth, Richmond. 

Coffin, Jonathan res Washington, Clay tp. 

Coffin, Jonathan, Jr. plasterer, Washing- 
ton. 

Coffin, Joseph bailiff, res Centerville. 

Coffin, Naomi — widow of Elijah — res w s 
Washington, bet Market and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

Coffin, Sarah inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Coffin, Savina — widow Stephen — res 2 miles 
,. w Washington, Clay tp. 

COFFIN, WILlIAM H. far \\ miles n 
e Washington, Clay tp. 

Coffman, John carp, res Jacksonburg. 

Coggeshall, Caleb far If miles s w New- 
port, IN ew Garden tp. 

Coggeshall, Miss Catharine res with J. 
Coggeshall, Williamsburg. 

COGGESHALL, CHISWELL far, 1 
mile e of Williamsburg pike, 4£ miles n w 
of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Coggshall, Christena — widow — res with i 
Jonathan Rogers, Franklin tp. 

Coggshall, Daniel far on land of Samuel 
Pierce. 

Coggeshall, Esther teacher, res with Ben- 
jamin Thomas, daughter of Edward Cogge- 
shall, deceased, New Garden tp. 

Coggeshall, Miss Eva "milliner res with 
Edward Bellis, Richmond* 

Coggeshall, Job far n s Williamsburg. 

Coggeshall, John far 1 J miles s w of New- 
port, JSiew Garden tp. 

Coggeshall, Lafayette lab res with J. 
Coggeshall, Williamsburg. 

COGGESHALL, MISS LOUISA V. 
daughter of and res with Caleb Coggeshall, 
New Garden tp. 

Coggeshall, Miss Martha res with J. Cogg- 
eshall, Williamsburg. 

Cogswell, Phylena — widow Benjamin — res 
with Jeannette C. Bunch, Richmond. 

Coggeshall, Miss Sarah A. res with J. 
Coggeshall, Williamsburg. 

Cokayne, Charles res with Mrs. Elizabeth 
Cokayne, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Cokayne, Elizabeth — widow James — res n 
s Boston pike 4 miles s e Richmond, Boston 
,.y. 

COKAYNE, EDWIN carp C. &. G. E. 
R. R. shop, res e s Franklin bet Mulberry and 
Sassafras, Richmond. 

Cokayne, Miss Mary res with Elizabeth 
Cokayne, Boston tp. 

Cokerham, William A. far n s Economy 
& AVilliamsburg road, \\ miles e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

COLE, THOMAS res s w cor Spring and 
Front, Richmond — Soldier. 



Coleman, Miss Anna — coVd — res at Hunt- 
ington Hse, Richmond. 

Coleman, Miss Hannah res at Huntington 
Hse, Richmond. 

Coles, Maria — coVd, widow Philip — laun- 
dress at Huntington Hse, Richmond. 

Collet, Nicholas teacher at St. Andrew's 
Church, res 64 South Pearl, Richmond. 

COLLINS, ELI dentist, No. 3 North 
Fifth (2d story) res s e cor Sixth and Wal- 
nut, Richmond. 

Collins, E. M. G. shoemaker res n w cor 
Davis and Maple, Dublin — Soldier. 

Collins, Hannah — widow George — res Rich- 
mond. 

COLLINS, HAMILTON shoemaker res 
e s Dublin bet Cumberland and Harrison, 
Dublin. 

Collins, Henry res n s Main, East Cam- 
bridge. 

COLLINS, ISABEL— wife of Hamilton— 
milliner, shop and res e s Dublin bet Cum- 
berland and Harrison, Dublin. 

Collins, James blacksmith res e s Boston- 
pike 1 mile s of Richmond. 

Collins, Miss Jennie res with Hamilton 
Collins, Dublin. 

Collins, Miss Kate res with Hannah Col- 
lins, Richmond. 

Collins, Michael blacksmith, Sevastopol. 

Collins, Miss Mollie milliner res with 
Hamilton Collins, Dublin. 

COLLINS, SARAH— wife of E. M. G. 
Collins — This patriotic woman had a hus- 
band, four sons, three nephews, and four 
brothers in the Union army. She is a Vir- 
ginian by birth, but claims no relations 
among "traitors," res Dublin. 

Colson, William lab bds at Baker Hse, 
Richmond. 

Colvin, William far 2 miles s e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Comer, Amos far s s E. & H. R. R. 3 miles 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

COMER, HENRY T. far res with Amos 
Comer, Wayne tp. 

Comer, John tar n s Washington road 1 
mile w Fairfax, Green tp. 

Comer, John H. far res with Amos Comer, 
Wayne tp. 

Comer, Joseph saw mill at Chester, res w 
s Hillsboro pike 1 mile n of Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Comer, Margaretta (wife of Sam'l Comer, 
now in Colorado Territory) res with Rich- 
ard Rue, Wayne tp. 

Comer, Mary — widow Isaac — res n s South 
Third bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Comer, Robert lab res e s W. AV . Canal, 
opp foot of Walnut, Milton. 

COMER, ROBERT B. far res with Amos 
Comer, Wayne tp. 

COMER, WILLIAM res w s Richmond 
& Williamsburg pike, 5£ miles n w Rich- 
mond, Center tp. 



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WILLIAM BELL is also Notary Public, Real Estate and General Agent. 



Comerton, Peter carp and bridge builder, 
res 4 miles n Centerville, Center tp. 

Comfort, Miss Emma res with Ira Weese, 
Richmond. 

Commons, Anna — ividoiv Joseph A. — res 
with John Fisher, New Garden tp. 

Commons, David far and miller on Cen- 
terville & Jacksonburg pike lJt miles n w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Commons, Isaac far 2£ miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Commons, Isaac L. ticket agt and tele- 
graph operator at depot, res cor North and 
Slain Cross, Centerville. 

Commons, Isaac, Sen. retired far, res 1 
mile n of Middleboro, Franklin tp. He em- 
igrated from Virginia to what is at present 
Wayne county, arriving in 1806, and located 
on the ground now occupied by the city of 
Richmond, which was then an unbroken 
wilderness. The same year he cleared and 
fenced ten acres of ground, and continued 
to reside upon it until 1809, when he re- 
moved to his present place of residence. He 
is now 80 years of age. 

Commons, Isaac, Jr. far 1 mile n of Mid- 
dleboro e s Hillsboro pike, Franklin tp. 

Commons, Lizzie student at Earlham res 
Centerville. 

Commons, Philip far n s Williamsburg. 

Commons, Robert far 5 miles n e of Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

COMMONS, ROBERT D. far res with 
David Commons, Center tp — Soldier. 

Condo, Adam far and blacksmith res \ 
mile s Germantown, Jackson tp. 

CONDO, GEO. W. express messenger res 
e s Pearl bet Sassafras and Cliff, Richmond. 

Condo, Peter blacksmith, Germantown. 

Conell, Miss Mary res with Dennis Druley, 
Boston tp. 

Confare, Benjamin far on Bentonville pike 
l\ miles w Milton, Washington tp. 

Conklin, Benjamin Eagle Flouring Mills, 



n w cor Foot and Front Cambridge, res n. s 
Main, East Cambridge. 

CONKLIN, FELIX hardware merchant 
n s Main bet Foot and Canal, res Vinton Use, 
Cambridge. 

Conklin, Henry M. res East Cambridge. 

CONKLIN, MOSES blacksmith res° s s 
North High n of R. R., Richmond. 

CONKLIN, SAMUEL, foreman black- 
smith shop C. & G' E. R. R., res n s North 
High, Richmond. 

Conklin, S. F. engineer res Richmond. 

Conklin, Silas T. engineer, res on North 
High bet Center and Gaar, Richmond. 

Conklin, William hardware merchant, res 
Vinton Hse, Cambridge. 

Conkle, Elizabeth — widow Matthias—res e 
s Ninth bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

Conkle, Edward H. carp with W. W. 
Conkle, Richmond. 

Conkle, George carp res with Elizabeth 
Conkle, Richmond. 

Conkle, W. W. plasterer res e s Marion 
bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Conley, Aaron tailor over D. B. Robbins' 
store, res s e cor Main and Poplar, Economy 
— Soldier. 

Conley, Benjamin harness maker and sad- 
dler, res Franklin. 

Conley, Bridget serv res Earlham College. 

Conley, Miss Hannah A. res with Isaac 
Conley, Economy. 

Conley, Isaac far res s e cor of Poplar and 
Main Economy. 

CONLEY, JOHN J. far and nurseryman 
J mile s e Boston, Boston tp. 

CONLEY, ROBERT G. express employee, 
res League's boarding hse, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Connel, James blacksmith, res near Olive 
Hill P. O., Center tp. 

Connel, William far 2 miles n Boston e s 
Boston pike, Boston tp. 



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Connelly, John lab res s s Main bet Main 
Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

Connelly, Thomas far res with John Con- 
nelly, Milton. 

Connor, Miss Alice A. teacher, res with 
Edward J. Connor, Newport. 

Connor, Edward J. far res Newport. 

CONNOR, HENRY carp res £ mile w of 
Williamsburg pike, 1 mile n w Richmond, 
"Wayne tp. 

CONNOR, JAMES plow-handle manuf 
-res n e cor Sixth and Market, Richmond. 

Conner, Judy — ividoiv of Edward — res n s 
Clay bet Pearl and Washington, Hagers- 
town. 

Connor, Miss Kate teacher, res with E. J. 
Connor, New Garden tp. 

Conniff, Owen lab res w s Washington n 
■ end Hagerstown. 

Conniff, Patrick far n s Hagerstown & 



New Castle pike 1 mile w Hagerstown, Jef- Wayne [ p 



Cook, Isaac far 5 miles n e Richmond, 
Wayn tp. 

Cook, James far n s Williamsburg pike 3j 
miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cook, James M. carp and minister, res n s 
Dublin St. n of Cumberland, Dublin. 

COOK, JESSE far 2 miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Cook, J. res w s Sixth bet Vine and Sas- 
safras, Richmond. 

Cook, John tinner, bds at Sherman House, 
Richmond. 

Cook, John M. deputy elk Wayne county, 
bds at American House, Centerville. 

Cook, Joseph blacksmith, res w s North 
Poplar, Economy. 

COOK, MISS MARTHA res with James 
Cook, Green tp. 

COOK, MISS MARTHA res with John 
Miles. 

Cook, Miss Mary E. res with Geo. Cook, 



ferson tp 

Conover, Samuel C. supt R. R,, res e s 
Sixth bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Rich- 
mond. 

Conoway, Walter lab res e s Green bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Conoway, William far e s Washington & 



Cook, Melissa Y. res wish Samuel Cook, 
Clay tp. 

Cook, Nathan mach res with John Gas- 
coigne, Wayne tp. 

COOK, OLIVER far res with David 
Cook, Clay tp. 

Cook, Rev. Peter S. minister of United 



Hagerstown pike 3 miles e Hagerstown, Jef- 1 Brethren Church, res e s Davis n of Cum- 
ferson tp. berland, Dublin. 



Conroy, Miss Margaret res at Huntington 
Hse, Richmond. 

Conton, Patrick lab res .n s South Third \ 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Converse, William H. mach res Sherman 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

Conway, Miss Mary res with E. G. 
Vaughan, Richmond. 

Conwell, Robert far 3 miles s e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Cook, A. res s w cor Fifth and Mulberry, 
Richmond. 

Cook, Amos far Middleboro, Wayne tp. 

Cook, Cornelius far e s county road 3 miles 
n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cook, Cornelius far 4£ miles n Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Cook, Daniel milkman, re6 e s Pearl bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Cook, David far 1^ miles s Washington, 
Clay tp. 

COOK, EDWIN M. grocer 7 Main res 
the same, Richmond. 

Cook, Elijah far 5 miles n e of Richmond, 
AVayne tp. 

Cook, Elisha far res with Samuel Cook, 
Fairfax. 

Cook, Miss Esther res with James Cook, 
Green tp. 

Cook, George far £ mile n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Cook, Miss Huldah res with James M. 
Cook, Dublin. 

Cook, Isaac carp res Fairfax. 



Cook, Ruth — widow Seth — res with Elijah 
Cook, Wayne tp. 

Cook, Samuel far w s Washington & St. 
Louis pike, 1J miles n Washington, Clay tp. 

Cook, Samuel far J mile s e Fairfax. 

Cook, Miss Sarah res with Cornelius Cook, 
Green tp. 

Cook, Theadore, far 2 miles s w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

COOK, T. JEFFERSON far w s Wash- 
ington & St. Louis pike, lj miles n Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Cook, T. H. res with A. Cook, Richmond. 

Cook, Wm. Edward mach res w s Frank- 
lin bet Broadway and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Cook, William H. far with Amos Cook, 
Middleboro. 

Cook, William — cold — lab res Chester. 

Cook, William — cold — lab with John 
Whealan, Jeiferson tp. 

Cook, Zimri far 2 miles n w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Cool, S. P. hame manuf 67 South Sixth, 
res same, Richmond. 

Coons, David cooper, res Washington. 

Coony, Mrs. E. — Coony $ Waddle — res e s 
Milton bet Cumberland and Railroad Sts., 
Dublin. 

COONEY, JOHN auctioneer, res e s Mil- 
ton bet Cumberland and Foundry, Dublin. 

Coony, Norborne M. shoemaker, res 2J 
miles n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Cooney, Samuel G. house painter, res w 
s Johnson n of Cumberland, Dublin. 



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COONEY, SAEAH-«»/e of William— 
e s Davis bet Cumberland and Maple, Dub- 
lin. 

COONEY, WILLIAM huckster, res e s 
Davis bet Cumberland and Maple, Dublin. 

Coony & Waddle— Mrs. E. C. $ Miss M. 
W. — milliners s s Cumberland bet Dublin 
and Davis, Dublin. 

Cooper, Benjamin far res w s Hutton Av 
e of Richmond. 

Cooper, Ezekiel far res w s New Castle 
pike n s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Cooper, Elizabeth — widow Thomas — res w 
s Tenth n R. 11., Richmond. 

COOPER^ JOHN principal of the Dub- 
lin High School, and Prof, of Penmanship, 
res s e cor Spring and Foundry, Dublin. 

COOPER, JOHN engineer, res e s Marion 
bet Spring and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Cooper, Kate res with Joshua Gresh, Mil- 
ton. 

Cooper, Miss Lydia E. res with Mary 
Kenworthy, Wayne tp. 

Cooper, William far 5J miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Coots, Myra — widow John M. — seamstress, 
res n s South Fourth bet Foot and Green, 
Cambridge. 

Copeland, Abraham far 3 miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Copeland, Elihu far res with Charles H. 
Moore, Washington tp. 

COPELAND, JOHN far w s West River 
1& miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Copeland, John R. carp res with Richard 
Binns, Wayne tp. 

Copeland, Joseph far res e s Milton St. n 
of Harrison, Dublin. 

Copeland, Samuel far n s Washington & 
Hagerstown pike, 1 mile e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Copelain Miles — Oopelain $ Raines — res n 
s Harrison bet Dublin and Milton, Dublin. 

Copelain & Raines — Miles G. $ Milton R. 



— wagon makers, w s Johnson n of Cum- 
berland, Dublin. 

Copelin, Harvey far 2 miles w Washing- 
ton, Clap tp. 

Cope, Jefferson E. res with Joseph Cope, 
Jackson tp. 

COPE, JOSEPH far I mile s w Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Cope, Miss Serena J. res with Joseph 
Cope, Jackson tp. 

Copper, Jesse far res 2 miles n w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Corbett, James ostler, bds with Jas. Balf, 
Richmond. 

Corberly, Robert C. chief deputy clerk of 
Wayne county, bds at American Hse, Cen- 
terville. 

Cordall, Aquilla far 1 mile s Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Corey, David H. engineer C. & G. E. R. 
R., bds at Meredith Hse, Richmond. 

Corink, Henry engineer, res e s Franklin 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Cornell, A. W. architect, bds at Hunting- 
ton Hse, Richmond. 

Cornelius, Allen far Williamsburg, 

CORNELIUS, GEO. W. far res n s State 
line road, f mile n w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Cornthwaite, Robert S. far 3 miles s e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Cornell, Sarah B. — widow Samuel — res 
with Ann Roberts, Hagerstown. 

COSGROVE. BARNEY mach res n e 
cor Central R. R. and Center St., Cambridge 
City— Soldier. 

COTTERMAN, DANIEL res 2 miles n 
w Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Couch, Henry far on land owned by S. & 
J. Caldwell, 4 miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Couch, Nathan far on land owned by 
Franklin Beeson, 4 miles s Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Couhard, Catharine — widow James — res w 
s Main Cross s Main, Centerville. 



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Coulter, John carp res Washington. 
COURTNEY, THOMAS T. physician, 
res and office n s Main Cross, Hillshoro. 

COVEY, ANGELINA— wife of David, 
soldier— res s s Kailroad St. bet Jones and 
Green, Cambridge. 

Cowan, Isaac N. ins solicitor, bds with 
Edward Francis, Richmond. 

Conwell, David book-keeper, res n s 
Water St., East Cambridge. 

Cowell, W. H. mach res with John Thom- 
as, Richmond. 

Cowgill, Caleb far res Newport. 
Cowhig, Joseph lab res w s Ninth n R. R., 
Richmond. 

Cowhig, Jerry boiler maker, bds with 
Joseph Cowhig, Richmond — soldier. 

Cownover, Benjamin far 2 miles s e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Cownover, Culbert far s s Centerville & 
Milton road, 2 miles e Milton, Washington 
tp. 

•Cownover, Miss Elizabeth res with Jo- 
seph Cownover, Washington tp. 

Cownover, Joseph far res with Benjamin 
Cownover, Washington tp. 

Cownover, Joseph far Washington tp, 5£ 
miles s w Centerville. 

Cownover, Miss Margaret res with Joseph 
Cownover, Washington tp. 

COWNOVER, WILLIAM far res with 
Joseph Cownover. 

Cox, Abram tanner with F. Shibler, res e 
s Plum bet College and North Market, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Cox, Albert W. far res s s R. R. depot, 
Dublin. 

Cox, Angelina res with Robert Cox, Mid- 
dleboro. 

Cox, Bennett far J mile s Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Cox, Darius spinner and carder, res n s 
Walnut bet Jackson and Green, Richmond. 
Cox, Enoch teamster, res with Elihu Cox, 
Middleboro. 

COX, ELIHU lime dealer, res Middle- 
boro. Mr. Cox is one of the rep- 
resentatives in the State Legislature for 
Wayne county, and throughout the war for 
the preservation of our Government against 
traitors he has always been liberal in re- 
lieving the families of soldiers. 

Cox, Elizabeth — widow William — res w s 
Front bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Cox, Elmira res with Robert Cox, Middle- 
boro. 

COX, J. N.— Cox $ Co.— res Middleboro. 
Cox, Miss Jane res with Elizabeth Cox, 
Richmond. 

Cox, Jeremiah far near and n of Middle- 
boro, Wayne tp. 

Cox, Joseph M. far £ mile s Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

COX, JOSEPH miller, Middleboro. 



Cox, Joseph far res e s pike f mile s Dub- 
lin, Jackson tp. 

Cox, Joseph huckster, res s s Main bet 
Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Cox, Lydia — widow — res on farm owned 
by James Gray, 1 mile w Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Cox, Moses carriage maker, s w cor Milton 
and Cumberland, res s s Cumberland bet 
Milton and Dublin Sts., Dublin. 

COX, NOAH far 3 miles n w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

COX, ROBERT— J. Oox $ O).— res Mid- 
dleboro. 

Cox, Seth far 1 mile s Dublin, Jackson tp. 
Cox, Stephen far 3£ miles s of Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Cox, William far e s State road, 2 miles n 
e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Coyle, William lab res with John Ellis, 
Richmond. 

COYNER, PROF. J. M. principal and 
prop Centerville Collegiate Institute, res in 
College building, Centerville. 

Coyne, John far 5 miles s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Coyne, Martin railroader, res \ mile n 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Craft, Hannah — widow Thomas — res 24 
South Fifth, Richmond. 

Craft, William H. gunsmith, res f mile n 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Craig, Daniel cooper n s Cliff bet Pearl 
and Washington, Richmond, res same. 

CRAIG, MRS. DORCAS— widow Daniel 
— res with Lewis Craig, Richmond. 

Craia;, Enoch cooper, res Middleboro. 
CRAIG, LEWIS conductor on C. & G. 
E. R. R., res w s Front bet Spring and Sas- 
safras, Richmond — Soldier. 

Craig, Martha res with Martha Gates, 
Clay tp. 

Craig, Miss Mary res with Lewis Craig, 
Richmond. 

Craig, Nancy A. res with R. B. Craig, 
Middleboro. 

Craig, R. B. cooper, res Middleboro. 
Has sent to the field six sons and one 
son-in-law; three sons have been killed; 
three still in service, April, 1865. 

CRAMPTON, JONATHAN H. far | 
mile e Centerville & Newport road, 1J miles 
n e Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

Crampton, Merrick S. far e s Richmond 
& Newport tpke, l£ miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Crampton, Miss Phoebe Ann res with 
Merrick Crampton, New Garden tp. 
Crampton, J. Smith far res Chester. 
Crampton, Joshua far 2£ miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Crampton, Miss Letitia M. res with Mer- 
rick Crampton, New Garden tp. 

CRAMPTON, SAMUEL far 4J miles n 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 



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Chairs, Cushions & Mattresses. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED, AND AS LOW AS CINCINNATI PRICES. 

Factory on the River, and Store near the Depot, 

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Cramer, Samuel R. far res w s Economy 
& Washington pike, e of Economy, Perry 
tp. 

Cramer — widow — res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

CRANDALL, E. M. foreman C. & G. E. 
R. R. mach shop, res w s Front bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond — Soldier. 

CRANE, J. N.— Grane $ Marshall— res 
e s West River bet Main and Canal, Milton. 

CRANE & MARSHALL— J. N. O. $ 
John M. — manuf of cider, vinegar, hominy, 
&c, e s West River St. bet Main and Canal, 
Milton. 

CRANE, WALTER res with James M. 
Crane, Milton — Soldier. 

Cranor, Miss Eliza res with Thomas W. 
Cranor, Green tp. 

Cranor, Frederick far e s Washington & 
Economy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

CRANOR, JAMES M. far res with Thos. 
W. Cranor, Green tp. 

Cranor, James M. far n s Williamsburg & 
Economy road, 1 mile w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

CRANER, JOHN F. far \ mile e Lynn- 
ville pike, 3 miles n Newport, New Garden, 
tp. 

CRANER, REY. JOHN minister of the 
United Brethren Church, far res 3£ miles s 
e Economy, Perry tp. 

Cranor, Joseph cattle dealer, res e s Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Cranor, Joshua far w s Richmond & Wil- 
liamsburg pike, 1 mile s e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Cranor, Miss Jane teacher, res with Jos. i 
Cranor, Williamsburg. 

Craner, Mary J. res w s Jacksonburg 
road, 2 miles s w Economy, Perry tp. Hus- 
band enlisted in an Illinois regiment. 

Cranor, Miss Martha res with Joseph; 
Cranor, Williamsburg. 



CRANOR, MILO far res with Joshua 
Cranor, Green tp. 

Cranor, Milton cattle dealer, n s New Cas- 
tle road, Williamsburg. 

Cranor, Thomas W. far 3 \ miles n w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Cranor, Thomas far n s New Castle road, 
2 h miles w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Cranmer, Russell R. shoemaker with Da- 
boll & Williams, res w s Fifth bet Market 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Crary, Lydia — widow John — res on farm 
owned by James P. Burgess, n s Richmond 
& Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 4 miles s 
Richmond. 

Crask, Henry farrier, res w s Hutton Av, 
e of Richmond. 

Crawford, Miss Agnes S. res with D. B. 
Crawford, Richmond. 

Crawford, C. F. shoemaker, res on farm of 
Leonard Wolfer, Center tp. 

CRAWFORD, DANIEL B. dry goods, 
46 Main, res n s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, 
Richmond — soldier. 

CRAWFORD, DANIEL J. far e s Union 
pike, 2| miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

CRAWFORD, REV. JAMES clergyman 
M. E. Church, res n s Walnut bet Main 
Cross and Cherrv, Milton. 

Crawford, John T. elk with D. B. Craw- 
ford, res n s Main bet Ninth and Tenth, 
Richmond. 

CRAWFORD, JOSEPH miller, re? w s 
Richmond & Hillsboro pike, 2 miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Crawford. Miss Mary E. res with Joseph 
Crawford, Wayne tp. 

CRAWFORD, JOSEPH prop White- 
water flouring mills, res w s Hiilsboro pike, 
2} miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Crawford, William res w s South Third 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Crielcamp, Bernard far e s Boston tpke, 1 
mile s Richmond. 



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CRIPE, SOLOMON carp res s s Nat. 
road, 1 mile w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Cripe, Lewis lab res e s Davis n Cumber- 
land, Dublin. 

Crish, John far 3£ miles m Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Crispin, Miss Lizzie mantua-maker, res 
"with George Eckel, Richmond* 

Crist, Francis M. far on land of Jacob 
Crist, Wayne tp. 

Crist, Jacob far adjoining Ohio State line, 
4 miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Crist, Leander M. far with Jacob Crist, 
Wayne tp. 

Critz, J. — Zehner Sc Oritz — res 4 miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

CRIVEL, HENRY foreman in molding 
room Spring Foundry — and Lewis Shofer § 
Co. — res s w cor Franklin and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Crocker, Miss Adelia res with Edgar M. 
Baylies, Richmond. 

CROCKER, ALVIN 'E. — Emswiler $ 
Crocker — res no 9 North Seventh, Richmond. 

Crocker, Benjamin blacksmith with Peter 
Crockei ; resides w s Sixth, bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Crocker, H. H. elk res e s Marion, bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

CROCKER, LUTHER— Crocker $ Flan- 
ders — res s s Nat road, 1 mile e Richmond. 

Crocker, Martin L. solicitor mercantile 
hse, Dayton, res w s Eighth, bet Sassafras 
and Mulberry, Richmond. 

CROCKER, PETER carriage-maker s s 
Main, bet Sixth and Seventh, res n w cor 
Seventh and Main, Richmond. 

CROCKER & FLANDERS — Luther O. 
$ Freeman F. — flour- & saw-mill Abington. 

Crockett, Albert lab res n s Main, Ger- 
mantown. 

Crockett, Charles conductor res with Es- 
ther League, Richmond. 

Croker, John — col'd — teamster res s s Mill, 
bet Pearl and Front, Richmond. 

Cromer, George far J mile s Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Cromer, Jacob M. far n s Economy and 
Washington pike, \ mile s Economy, Perry 

tP- . . 

Cromer, Julia — widow Samuel — res with 

Jacob M. Cromer, Perry tp. 

Cronke, Jacob far 3 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

CROOKE, MICHAEL far s s Nat road, 
2 J miles s w Centerville, Center tp. 

Cronke, William far s s Nat road, 2? 2 miles 
w Centerville, Center tp. 

CROOKS, THOMAS far ws Williams- 
burg and Centerville pike, 1\ miles se Wash- 
ington, Center tp. 

Crosby, Samuel J. far 2 \ miles n Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Cross, William M. far e s Centerville and 
Connersville road, 1 mile n Fayette Co. line. 



Crow, Albert painter bds with Mrs. Pres- 
cott, Richmond. 

Crow, Daniel far.e s Centerville and Ab- 
ington pike, \\ miles s Centerville, Center tp. 

Crow, George W. — Crow Sr Bro — res w s 
Ninth, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Crowe, James D. far 2 \ miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

CROW, MILTON far res 3 miles n w of 
Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Crowe, Nelson far w s Liberty pike 4J 
miles w Boston, Boston tp. 

Crow, Stephen — Crow § Bro. — res s e cor 
Eighth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Crow & Brother — Stephen § George W. — 
blacksmiths e s Fifth, bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Crowen, Joseph — refugee — far w s Cam- 
bridge and Dalton pike, 2 miles s w Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Crown, Daniel far 1 mile w Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

CROWNOYER, JOHN far e s Jackson- 
burg and Waterloo road, \\ miles s e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

CROWNOVER, WIDLIAM far s s Mil- 
ton and Centerville road, 2 miles e Milton, 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Cruise, Richard far res with William. 
Cruise, Washington tp. 

CRUISE, WILLIAM; far w s Conners- 
ville and Milton pike, 1\ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

CRULL, BENJAMIN teamster res e s 
Foundry, n s Cumberland, Dublin. 

Crull, Daniel — Crull $ Hammond — res n s 
Cumberland, bet Dublin and Davis, Dublin. 

Crull, Francis M., mach res with Benja- 
min Crull, Dublin — Soldier. 

CRULL, GABRIEL far e s Washington 
and Waterloo road, 6J miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

CRULL, GEORGE far res with Michael 
Crull, Jackson tp. 

Crull, George, far with Henry Crull, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Crull, Henry far w s Muncie road, 2 miles 
n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Crull, Michael far f mile s Nat road, I 
mile e Pennville, Jackson tp. 

Crull, Sanford plasterer & mason res s w 
cor Johnson and Cumberland, Dublin. 

Crull, Solomon engineer res n e cor Found- 
ry and Cumberland, Dublin. 

Crull, Susan — widow — res on the Wash- 
ington and Waterloo road, £ miles Nat road t 
Jackson tp. 

CRULL, THOMAS J. painter res at An- 
derson H'se, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Crull, William far w s Hagerstown and 
Newcastle pike, 2 miles w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Crull & Hammond — Daniel C. $ James H. 
— livery stable s s Cumberland, bet Milton 
and Dublin, Dublin. 



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J. H. McINTYRE, M. D., 

OFFICE: 

Franklin St., opposite Huntington House, 

RICHMOND, IND. 

#$> 

Special attention given to Surgery. 



DEVELIN & JOHNSON, 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 

CAMBRIDGE CITY, IND. 

Will practice in any of the Courts, and 

give particular attention to 

TME COLLECTION OF CEjLIMS. 



Crull & Smith— Daniel O. £ Isaac N. S.— 
grocers n s Cumberland, bet Dublin and Da- 
vis. Dublin. 

Cubberly, Miss Amanda res with "William 
Erwin, Wayne tp. 

Cubberly, George far 4| miles s e Rich- 
mond. Wayne tp. 

Cude, John M. far \ mile n e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Cude, Martin L. far on farm of E. P. 
Baldwin, 3 miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Culbertson, Miss Anna res with Robert 
Culbertson Center tp. 

Culbertson, Anna — widow William — res n s 
C. & G. E. R. R., 5 miles n e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Culbertson, Miss Clarissa res with Robert 
Culbertson, Center tp. 

CULBERTSON, DANIEL far, cooper & 
notary public near Olive Hill P. O , Center tp. 

Culbertson, Elizabeth — widow Jackson — far 
4 miles n Centerville, Center tp. 

CULBERTSON, J. W. oculist and aurist 
no 54 Main ; res e s Ninth, bet Broadway 
and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Culbertson, Lafayette far e s Winchester 
and Washington road, 2 miles w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Culbertson, Miss Louisa A. teacher res 
with Daniel Culbertson, Center township. 

Culbertson, Robert far (84 years old) 3 
miles n e Washington, Center tp — served in 
the War of 1812. 

Culbertson, William, far e s Centerville 
tpke, 2} miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Culler, Enos, far res e s Walnut, bet Sec- 
ond and Third, Centerville. 

Cull, Henry fireman res n R. R., opp 
Quaker City Machine Shop, Richmond. 

Culliman, John mach League's boarding 
hse, Richmond 

Cummings. C. P. railroad master res n s 
Walnut, Cambridge. 

Cummins, James, Government employee, 
res s s Railroad, bet Walnut and Jones, Cam- 
bridge. 

Cummins, Michael lab res with W. Baxter, 
West Richmond. 

Cunningham, Alfred W. carriage maker 
res n s Main, bet Second and Third, Center- 
ville. 

Cunningham, James railroader res e s Sev- 
enth, bet Walnut and South, Richmond. 



Cunningham, Joseph A. shoemaker with 
Daboll & Williams, res w s Front, bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

Cunningham, Simon railroader res w s 
North Green, Richmond. 

Cunningham, Nelson far I mile n e Cen- 
terville. 

CURME ARTHUR A.—Ourme $ Dunn 
— res e s Sixth, bet Market and Sycamore, 
Richmond. 

Curme, Miss Nellie seamstress res with 
Eliza Wood, Richmond. 

CURME & BUN'S— Arthur A. G. $ Isaac 
D. D. — tannery w s Washington, bet Sassa- 
fras and Cliff; leather & findings store s s 
Main, bet Marion and Pearl, Richmond. 

Curry Cornelius J. — col'd — lab res e s Ma- 
rion, bet South and Mill, Richmond. 

Currey, Edward inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Curry, Miss Elizabeth res with John 
Conley, Boston. 

Curry, Francis S. far & blacksmith, res 
with L. R. Curry, Newport. 

Curry, Laura Ruharmah — widow' Alexander 
— res New Garden tp. 

Curry, Miss Martha Ellen, res with L. R. 
Curry, Newport. 

Curry, Mary — coVd — res with Isaac Bulla, 
Boston tp. 

Curren, Patrick inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Curry, Patrick lab res with James Balfe, 
Richmond. 

Curry, Phillis — col'd, widow Benjamin — 
wash woman, Newport, New Garden tp. 

Curry, Sarah Ann — col'd — res with Phillis 
Curry, New Garden tp. 

Curry, Woid — col'd— res with Phillis Curry, 
New Garden tp. 

Curtis, Miss M. B. res with Narcissa Cur- 
tis, Richmond. 

Curtis, Narcissa — widow William — res 59 
South Sixth, Richmond. 

Curtis, Robert painter, Newport. 

CUSTER, JACOB, far s s county road, 
h mile n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Custer, John F. tailor n s Main, bet Foot 
and Green, res s s Main, East Cambridge. 

Custer, John T. tailor, res East German- 
town. 

CUSTER, TOHN L. tobacconist res n s 
Main, East Cambridge — Soldier. 



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CUSTER, SOLOMON grocers e cor Cum- 
berland and Milton, res n s Nat road, e 
Dublin. 



Cutter Henry tanner res s s Mill, west end, 
Richmond. 



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DABOLL & WILLIAMS— #. V. Daboll 
$ Gordon William* — dealers in boots and 
shoes 108 Main, Richmond. 

DABOLL, ELISHA V.— Daboll $ Wil- 
liams — res No. 4 Price's row, North Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Dabus, John blacksmith, res Mrs. League's 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

Dailey, Henry H. miller, res w s Milton 
road, ^ mile s Germantown. 

Daily, Joseph C. far 2J miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Daily, Susan — widoiv Joseph — res with 
Rudolph Hoover, Washington tp. 

Dalby, Abner H. potter, res Newport. 

Dalby, Abram far with James Reprogle, 
Jefferson tp. 

Dalby, Ed. F. carp res w s Eranklin bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Dalby, Miss Jennie res with Mrs. Mary 
A. Dalby, Richmond. 

Dalby, Mary A. — widow William — res 19 
North Franklin, Richmond. 

Dalby, William pattern maker at Spring 
Foundry, res e s Marion bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

DALE, JAMES bakery n w cor Cumber- 
land and Davis, res same, Dublin. 

Dall, William E. bridge builder, res with 
Jacob Spence, Germantown — Soldier. 

DALY, CHARLES S. shoemaker res s s 
Main bet Main Cross and West River Sts., 
Milton. 

Darby, Thomas mach bds with Jane Rees, 
Richmond. 

Darland, Benjamin F. far with Elijah 
Cook, Wayne tp. 

Darland, John far 6 miles n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Darnell, William lab res 6 miles e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Dater, Allen S. miller, res with David 
Fleming, Dalton tp. 

Daugherty, Allen F. teacher, Washington 
— Soldier. 

Daugherty, John far 4 miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Daughton, Patrick shoemaker, n e cor 
Cliff and Washington, Richmond, res same. 

Davenport, Calvin res with J. Davenport, 
Boston tp. 

DAVENPORT, CALVIN butcher, s s 
Cumberland bet Dublin and Davis, Dublin. 

Davenport, Miss Caroline res with Jacob 
Davenport, Boston tp. 

Davenport, Miss Emma res with Jacob 
Davenport, Boston tp. 



DAVENPORT, JACOB far and carp 

Boston tp, 3| miles s e Richmond. 

Davenport, Warner far 2h miles s Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Davine, James lab res s s Cliff bet Gaar 
and Marion, Richmond. 

Davis, Albert L. mach res with Norton 
Davis, Dublin. 

Davis, Alpheus far 1| miles n e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Davis, Benjamin far 1| miles s e Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

DAVIS, BENJAMIN ~W.—Holloway $ 
Davis — res 74 South Front, Richmond. 

Davis, Miss Caroline res with Lucy Davis, 
Cambridge. 

DAVIS, MISS CELIA res with John H. 
Davis, Franklin tp. 

DAVIS, CORDELIA K.— widow D. R. 
Davis, soldier — res Newport. 

Davis, Daniel D. far res w s Main Cross, 
Ccnterville. 

DAVIS, DREWRY far w s Greensfork 
1J miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Davis, D. J. far res s s Main e Canal, Mil- 
ton. 

Davis, Eli prop Greensfork Valley Mill, 
res Lewisville, Henry Co. 

Davis, Eli shoemaker, res on Munice road, 
£ mile n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Davis, Elizabeth — widoiv Augustine — res s 
s Main bet Cherry and Brook, Milton. 

Davis, Miss Elizabeth A. res with Thos. 
J. Wilson, Center tp. 

DAVIS, GEORGE far \ mile s o Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

DAVIS, GEORGE A. far s s Washington 
pike, \ mile w Washington, Clay tp. 

Davis, George M. harness maker, res w s 
Seventh St. park, Richmond. 

DAVIS, GEORGE W. far s s Richmond 
& Washington road, 5 miles n w Richmond, 
Center tp. 

DAVIS, GRIFFIN merchant, res e s 
Main, Williamsburg. 

Davis, Harvey cabinet workman, New- 
port. 

Davis, Henry far res 1 mile n w Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Davis, Ira far on farm of Amiel Hunt, 
Center tp. 

Davis, James carp res w s Eleventh bet 
Vine and Noble, Richmond. 

DAVIS, JOHN far \ mile n e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Davis, John far Center tp, 4J miles n w 
Richmond. 



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W . H . O a m m ack, 

Manufacturer of and 




$ Hi J&L 20 Msj &m» do «^ 

Factory al CaunacMIe, three miles Sontli-f est of Milton, 

Post Office Address, 
MILTON, Wayne County, Ind 



Tm Bigtet Pries paid 



DAVIS, JOHN far and carp w 8 main 
crossing, Newport. 

Davis, John B. shoemaker, res w s Pearl 
bet Cliff" and Spring, Richmond. 

Davis, John H. far res 1 mile n w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Davis, John — coVd — barber, res with Cal- 
vin Outland, Richmond. 

Davis, Joseph res with John Davis, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Davis, Joseph far res n s Connersville bet 
Cherry and Brook, Milton. 

Davis, L. S. saddler, res e s Pearl bet 
Main and "Walnut, Richmond. 

Davis, Lawrence & Co.— Norton D., L. L. 
L. Sf Wilson Jones — props Wayne Agricul- 
tural Works, s e cor Nat. road and Foundry 
St., Dublin. 

Davis, Lewis W. lab res with Hezekiah 
Davis, Wayne tp. 

DAVIS, LIZZIE 8.— -widow Anderson, 
soldier — res with Celia Shugart, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Davis, Lucy — widow William — res s e cor 
Pork and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Davis, Marcellus painter, res bet Main 
Cross and North, Centerville. 

Davis, Mary — widow John L. — res No. 87 
South Sixth, Richmond. 

Davis, Miss Mollie res with Timothy 
Thistlethwaite, Wayne tp. 

Davis, Miss Mollie res with Lucy Davis, 
Cambridge. 

Davis, Miss Nancy res with John Davis, 
Center tp. 

Davis, Nathan W. tailor with Shire & 
Bro., bds at Meredith Hse, Richmond. 

Davis, Norton — Davis, Lawrence Sc Go. — 
res n w cor Cumberland and Milton, Dub- 
lin. 

Davis, Oliver G. student Earlham, res 
Williamsburg. 

Davis, Miss Rachel res with John Davis, 
Newport. 



Davis, Miss Rachel res with George Davis, 
Clay tp. 

Davis, Samuel cooper, n w cor Harrison 
and Sycamore, res e s Elm bet North Mar- 
ket and Harrison, Hagerstown. 

Davis, Sarah — widow William — res with 
A. Curtis, Wayne tp. 

Davis, Sol. — coVd — coachman, res with 
John A. Bridgland, Richmond. 

Davis, Miss Tacy res with Thomas Davis, 
Clay tp. 

Davis, T. Henry physician, s s Main bet 
Seventh and Eighth, res same, Richmond. 

Davis, Thomas far 2 miles n e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Davis, Thomas L. far res with Wm. H. 
Davis, Wayne tp. 

Davis, William F. far res with Harvey 
Davis, Newport — Soldier. 

DAVIS, W. H. eclectic physician and 
surgeon, w s Franklin bet Main and Spring, 
res J. P. Stratton's boarding hse, Richmond. 

Davis, William H. far w s Union pike, 4£ 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Davis, William M. far w s Williamsburg 
pike, 3^ miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Davis, William R. far res with John 
Davis, Newport. 

Davison, Erastus R. lab on farm of Wm. 
Davis, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Christopher C. far w s Boston 
pike, 2^ miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

DAVIDSON, GEORGE far and mer- 
chant, e s Richmond & Straight-line pike, 
Boston tp, 3 miles s Richmond. 

Davidson, James far 2J miles s e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, John far res with J. Davidson, 
Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Joseph S. far res w s Boston 
pike, 2 1 miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Miss Lavenla res with George 
Davidson, Boston tp. 

Davidson, Mary — widow John — res with 
Joseph L. Davidson, Wayne tp. 



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Davidson, Mathias W. cooper, w s "Wal- 
nut bet Second and Third, Centerville. 

Davidson, Miss Mary E. res with Christo- 
pher C. Davidson, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Miss Mary A. res with J. Da- 
vidson, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Miss Nancy J. res with J. Da- 
vidson, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Nathan lab res Sevastopol. 

Davidson, Miss Priscilla res with Nathan 
Davidson, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, Robert G. far res with Christo- 
pher C. Davidson, Wayne tp. 

Davidson, William retired, res e s Seventh 
bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Dawson, Ann — icidow William — w s Wil- 
liamsburg & Centerville pikef 4 miles n 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Deagman, Martin lab res s s South Third 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Deagman, Patrick lab res s s South Third 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Deal, Benjamin F. res s s Nat. road, 5 mile 
w Richmond. 

Deal, William blacksmith, res n e cor 
Walnut and Front, Cambridge. 

Dean, Rev. Alexander Baptist minister, 
res s w cor Cliff and Pearl, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Dean, James Y. butcher, res with J. M. 
Dean, Washington. 

Dean, James H. cooper, res with Alexan- 
der Dean, Richmond. 

Dean, John L. far e s Washington & 
Economy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Dean, John M. butcher, Washington. 

Dean, Miss Kate res with J. Betzold, 
Richmond. 

Dean, Patsy — widow Jesse — res 2 miles n 
w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

DEANS, WILLIAM mach res with C. 
G. Perkins, Dublin. 

Dean, William F. far 1 2 miles n Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Debolt, George cabinet maker with Jas. 
Smith, res s s Main bet Perry and Elm, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Debolt, Miss Jennie milliner, res with 
Miss Nellie Debolt, Milton. 

Debolt, Miss Nellie E. milliner, s s Main 
bet West River and Main Cross, res same, 
Milton. 

Debolt Wyatt far on farm owned by Ed- 
ward Nudd, 4 miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Decamp, Henry mach res n e cor Fifth 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Decamp, Hemy lab res e s Fifth bet Mar- 
ket and Walnut, Richmond. 

Decker, Miss Eliza A. res with M. E. 
Piatt, Jackson tp. 

Decker, Frederick lab res w s Pearl bet 
Mill and South, Richmond. 



Decker, Henry lab w s Seventh bet South 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Decker, John carp s e cor Main and 
Eighth, res w s Front bet Sassafras and 
Spring, Richmond. 

Decker, John far e s Connersville & Mil- 
ton pike, 3 £ miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Decker, John A. far res with John Deck- 
er, Washington tp. 

Decker, Miss Mary A. res with John 
Deeker, Washington tp. 

Decker, Peter stone quarrier, res s e cor 
Washington and Mill, Richmond. 

Decker, Samuel far 2 \ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Decker & Hyatt — John B. D. 3[ Eleazor 
B. H. — -carps s w cor Main and Eighth, 
Richmond. 

Dedrick, John shoemaker, res 1 2 miles n, 
e Milton, Washington tp 

Deeley, R. W. mach res n s North High 
w Ft. Wayne Av., Richmond. 

Deerduff, Peter far n s State road, 3 miles 
n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Deering, Thomas lab res s s South Third 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Deighan, George W. R. printer in Journal 
Office, Cambridge — Soldier. 

Delaplane, S. D. finisher with J. & Win. 
Test, res with Wm. Test, Jefferson tp. 

De Lasmater, Nicholas B. elk res with J. 
B. Van Aernan, Centerville. 

Dell, Joseph far with F. G. Newcom, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Dellina, William lab res s s Pork bet Wal- 
nut and Jones, Cambridge. 

Delop, Rob't far 4 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Demoss, Ellen res with Mrs. Jane Sulli- 
van, Sevastopol. 

DEMOSS, JOHN T. blacksmith, res with 
Mrs. Jane Sullivan, Wayne tp. — Soldier. 

DEMPSEY, JAMES A. blacksmith with 
Hunt & Co., res No. 12 South Front, Rich- 
mond. 

Dempsey, Miss Catharine res with Rev. J. 
M. Villars, Richmond. 

Demree, Miss Allie teacher, res with Jno. 
Demree, Jackson tp. 

Demree, Miss Jane M. dressmaker, res 
with John Demree, Dublin. 

DEMREE, MISS MARTHA teacher, res 
with John Demree, Dublin. 

Demree, John P. carp res s w cor Maple 
and Milton, Dublin. 

Demree, Robert W. carriage maker, res 
Dublin. 

Absalom far li miles e Dalton, 



Dennis, 
Dalton tp 

Denny, 
Thos. B. 
Economy. 

Dennis, Brunson far 1 2 miles s Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 



Barton lab on farm owned by 
Williams, Dalton tp, 2 J miles w 



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A. N. NEWTON. 



NEWTON & ROSE, 





OFFICE— N. W. Cor. Main &. Pearl Sts., over Wilson & Elliott's Store, 
RICHMOND, INDIANA. 

All operations pertaining to Dentistry are executed on the latest and most approved 

principles, as we keep ourselves posted in all the improvements 

relating to our profession, and adopt such as are of 

THE GREATEST UTILITY TO OUR PATRONS. 



Dennis, E. H. book-keeper, res e s Marion 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Dennis, Miss Eunice res with Absalom 
Dennis, Dalton tp. 

DENNIS, FRANK confectioner, res with 
"W. T. Dennis, Richmond — Soldier. 

Dennis, Isaac N. res with Lindsey Den- 
nis, Dalton, tp. 

Dennis, John — Dennis $ Brafford — res w 
s Eighth bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 
• — Soldier. 

Dennis, John book-keeper, res e s Marion 
bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Dennis, Lindsey far e s Dalton pike, si- 
mile s Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Dennis, Mahlon far Dalton tp, 3 miles w 
Economy. 

Dennis, Mary A. — vndow Benjamin S. — 
res with Mrs. Mary Roberts. 

Dennis, Nathan far res n s Munice road, 
\ mile n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Dennis, Nathan res with Thos. Dennis, 
Dalton tp. 

Dennis, Osborn far and teacher, res with 
Nathan Dennis, 

Dennis, Miss Ruth res with Absalom 
Dennis, Dalton tp. 

Dennis, Thomas far e s Dalton pike, \ 
mile s Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Dennis, Thomas C. far \\ miles e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Dennis, Tilmon far res with Ruth "VVilhs, 
Dalton tp. 

Dennis, William far res n s Hagerstown 
road, \ mile w Economy, Perry tp. 

DENNIS, WILLIAM C. far res-sris Nat. 
road, e s Dublin. 

Dennis, William T. manuf car wheels and 
railway chairs, res s w cor Sixth and Wal- 
nut, Richmond. 

Dennis, Wilson far e s Dalton pike, 1 mile 
s Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Dennis & Brafford— John D. § J. W. B.— 
grocers, 124 Main, Richmond. 



Derrickson, Miss Mary A. res with Sam'l 
Sinex, Richmond. 

Derrickson, Sarah — widow Lucas — res with 
Hannah Hogstori, Perry tp. 

Derrickson, Sarah — widow Joseph — res s a 
Nat. road 3i miles e Centerville, Center tp. 

Derstls, Adam far e s Hagerstown & Cam- 
bridge road, 4 miles n Cambridge, Jackson 
tp. 

Detenmyer, Adam far w Union pike, 3 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

DETRICH, ELIZABETH C — widow 
Moses, soldier — res n e cor Cumberland and 
Dublin Sts., Dublin. 

Detterow, Henry far on Chester & Arba 
pike, at crossing of Hillsboro & Newport 
road, Franklin tp. 

Detterow, James H. far on farm of John 
Starbuck, Franklin tp. 

Detterow, Philip A. res with Henry Dette- 
row, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Dettelbach, Simon shoemaker e s Fifth bet 
Main and Walnut, res same, Richmond. 

Develin, Anna — widow George — res w s 
Walnut, Cambridge. 

DEVELIN, LAFAYETTE— Lute £ Co.; 
Brooks § Co.; Develin § Johnson — res s s 
Main, East Cambridge. 

DEVELIN, LUCY A.— widow James L., 
soldier — res n s Cumberland bet Johnson and 
Davis, Dublin. 

DEVELIN & JOHNSON— Lafayette D. 

Sf George J. — attys at law, n e cor Foot and 
Main, Cambridge. 

Devitt, Letitia — widow John — res with 
Rob't Iraton, Richmond. 

Devitt, Thomas cooper res e s Tenth n R. 
R., Richmond. 

Devore, Miss Mary E. res with Emily 
Johnson, Hagerstown. 

Dewitt, Georgiana res with James Swaf- 
ford, Milton. 

Deyarmon, Miss Margaret compositor, res 
with Thomas Deyarmon. 



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Deyarmon, Thomas paper maker, res w s 
Gaar opp North High, Richmond. 

Dick, Elizabeth inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

DICKEY, WILLIAM— Pritchet f Dick- 
ey — examing surgeon for applicants for pen- 
sions, res n s Main bet Main Cross and 
Spruce, Centerville. 

Diekenson, Charles A. jeweler, 35 Main, 
res 43 South Franklin, Eichmond. 

Dickinson, Ed. gunsmith, n w cor Main 
and Front, res w s Front bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

Dickinson, Miss Hannah res with Joseph 
Dickinson, Richmond. 

Dickinson, James H. pump maker res n s 
Market bet Marion and Franklin, Rich- 
mond. 

Dickman, John res with John Fike, near 
Richmond. 

Dickinson, Miss Mollie res with Charles 
A. Dickinson, Richmond. 

Dickinson, Joseph pump maker and 
plumber, w s Marion bet Main and Walnut, 
res 4G South Franklin, Richmond. 

Dickinson, Robert B. silversmith, s s Main 
bet Marion and Pearl, res s^w cor Elm and 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Dickinson, Sarah — widow Isaac — seam- 
stress, res w s Front bet Sassafras and 
Spring, Richmond. 

DICKENSHEETS, JOHN miller, res w 
bank Whitewater, \ mile s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Dickover, Miss Mary res with J. W. 
Drury, Jackson tp. 

Dickmann, Frank cooper res s w cor 
Marion and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Diderick, William carp res e s Marion bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Dill, Jane — widow Alexander G. — res w s 
Seventh bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Dill, John S. far e s Dublin road, 2 miles 
n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

DILL, M. H. undertaker, 70 Main, res w 
s Seventh bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Dill, William W. far res with John S. 
Dill, Jackson tp. 

DILLING, FREDERICK far w s Cam- 
bridge & Dalton pike, 2 miles s w Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Dilling, Henry far n s county road, 2\ 
miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Dilling, Mary — widow William — w s Cam- 
bridge *to Dalton pike, 2 miles s w Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Diilman, Jacob blacksmith, Jacksonburg. 

Dillon, Patrick lab res e s Boston tpke, 1 
mile s Richmond. 

Dillon, Samuel retired, res s s Maple, 
West Dublin. 

Diltz, Lyman cooper, Abington, res same. 

Dines, Andrew J. carp w s South Market, 
Economy. 



Dingley, Edward shoemaker, res e s Fifth 
bet Market and South, Richmond. 

Dingley, Henry painter res w s Seventh 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Dinkelacker, Jacob carp res e s Franklin 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Dinsmore, Thos.--McConnaughey $ Dins- 
more — res with Robert McConnaughey, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Dinwiddie, Charlotte dressmaker, res with 
Samuel Dinwiddie, Cambridge. 

Didwiddie, Elizabeth — widow Henry — res 
n s Main, East Cambridge. 

Dishington, James tailor with Kern & 
Fox, bds with Mrs. E. Foulke, Richmond. 

Ditch, Alexander saw mill s e cor Dalton 
tp, res with Daniel Ulrich, Dalton tp. 

Ditch, Daniel far with David Ulrich, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Ditch, John far w s Dalton pike, Dalton 
tp, 3£ miles n Hagerstown. 

DITMAN, JOHN N. merchant tailor, w 
s Main Cross bet Main and Plum, res w s 
Ash bet Walnut and Spice, Centerville. 

Ditterman, Daniel blacksmith, res n s 
Connersville St. bet West River and White 
Water Canal, Milton. 

Diven, H. B. stove and tin-ware merchant, 
s e cor Main and Foot, res n w cor Foot and 
South Third, Cambridge. 

Diven, John W. coppersmith, res with H. 
B. Diven, Cambridge. 

Dixon, Miss Hannah res n e cor Washing- 
ton and Walnut, Richmond. 

Dix, Nathan far and saw mill, 3 miles s e 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Dixon, William, R. R. fireman, bds with 
John H. Thomas, Richmond. 

Dobbs, Haymond marble works, res Ab- 
ington. 

Dobbins, Thomas tinner res w s Boston 
pike, ^ mile s Richmond, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

DODDRIDGE, AVIS— widow John— res 
with David Doddridge, Washington tp. Mrs. 
D., with her husband, settled on the farm on 
which she now lives in the j T ear 1814. 

DODDRIDGE, DAVID, far es Conners- 
ville and Centerville road, Washington tp, 6 J 
miles s w Centerville. 

Doddridge, Miss Eliza J. res with Isaac 
Doddridge, Washington tp. 

Doddridge, Isaac far e s Centerville and 
Connersville road, Washington tp, 8 miles s 
w Centerville. 

DODDRIDGE, JOHN S., far n s Abing- 
ton and Milton road, 6 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

DODDRIDGE, PHILIP far e s Conners- 
ville and Centerville road, Washington tp, \ 
mile n Abington road. 

Doddridge, Miss Sarah A. res with Philip 
Doddridge, Washington tp. 

Dodrill, William, far \ mile n Middleboro, 
Wayne tp. 



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Abstract of the 142d Semi-Annual Statement, showing the condition of the 
Company on the 2d day of January, 1865. 

STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS. 

MARKET VALUE. 

First Mortgages on City Property, $415,300 00 

United States Stocks and Treasury Notes, 348,500 00 

Pennsylvania State Bonds, 114,300 00 

Philadelphia City Bonds, 128,300 00 

Cincinnati City Bonds, 27,000 00 

Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company's Mortgage Bonds, .... 26,000 00 

Del. be Rar. Canal Co. and Camden & A. R. R., and Trans. Co.'s Bonds, . . 32,470 00 
Chesapeake & Del. Canal Co., convertible Mortgage Bonds, .... 37,000 00 

Bonds of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and other Corporations, . . 104,397 60 
Bank and other Corporation Stocks, ........ 68,277 75 

Notes Receivable in Bank and Office of the Company, ..... 223,046 72 

Real Estate— Office of the Company, 232 Walnut Street, .... 22,000 00 

Unpaid Premiums and Debts due in Account — all good, ..... 83,992 64 

Cash in Bank, 84,587 00 

Total Assets, ..... $1,715,171 71 



Jg@°71 Years Successful Business Experience! 
jg@~ The Prompt Payment of $17,500,00© 00 Losses! 
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AMBROSE WHITE, 



WILLIAM CUMMINGS, 



WILLIAM WELCH, 
RICHARD D. WOOD, 
WILLIAM E. BOWEN, 
JAMES N. DICKSON, 
S. MORRIS WALN, 



JOHN MASON, 
GEO. L. HARRISON, 
FRANCIS R. COPE, 
EDWARD H. TROTTER, 
EDAVARD S. CLARKE, 



T. CHARLTON HENRY. 



CHARLES PLATT, Secretary. ARTHURS. COFFIN, President. 

J. F. DOWNING, General Agent for Western States. 



Policies issued without delay by H. CLARKSON, Agent, Richmond, Ind. 

OFFICE— North-west Corner Main and. Marion. 



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Dolin, Martin, lab res n s South Second, bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Dolley, Miss A. K. res with "William M. 
Dolley, Hagerstown. 

DOLLEl', JOHN A.— Dolley $ Plummer 
— res e s Perry, bet Clay and South Market, 
Hagerstown. 

DOLLEY, WILLIAM M. grocer, s s 
Main, bet Washington and Pearl ; res n e 
cor Perry and Clay, Hagerstown. 

DOLLEY & PLUMMEE— J. A.J). $ W. 
j m p. — carriage manufs s e cor Perry and Wal- 
nut, Hagerstown. 

Donahue, Partly lab res Washington. 

Donclon, Edward lab, res West Richmond. 

Done, Nathan real estate and ins agt s s 
Main, bet Pearl and Marion, res s w cor 
Washington and Spring, Richmond. 

Don elan, Elizabeth — widow Edmunds — res 
w s Washington, bet Main and Walnut, 
Pvichmond. 

Donlin, Patrick lab res e s Boston tpke, 
opp Pair Ground, Richmond. 

Donlin, William lab res n s Cliff, bet Wash- 
ington and Pearl, Richmond. 

JJooley, Philip stone-mason res e s Ninth, 
n R. R., Richmond. 

Dooley, Thomas lab with T. Z. Ferguson, 
Wayne tp. 

Dooyre, John lab res e s Newport pike, 
bet White Water and Richmond. 

Doran Druzilla — widow Joseph — res on 
State line, 4 miles n e Boston, Boston tp. 

Doran, John far res with Alexander Wal- 
ters, Washington tp. 

Dorken, Martin lab res with Bryan Mad- 
den, Wayne tp. 

Dormer, Eliza Jane, res with Susan Dor- 
mer, Newport. 

DORMER, R. O. far e s Richmond and 
Newport tpke, 1 mile n Richmond. 

Dormer, Susan — widow Samuel P. — res 
Newport. 

Dougan, Miss Catherine res with J. Kim- 
mel, East Cambridge. 

Dougan, David H. book-keeper at 1st Nat 
Bank; bds with Daniel Reed, Richmond. 

Dougan, J. G. blacksmith res e s South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Dougan, John, far 2 miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Dougan, Patrick lab res w s Jones, bet 
South Third and Fourth, Cambridge. 

Dougan, Stiles far 2| miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Dougan, William G. student at Oxford, O., 
res with Daniel Reed, Wayne tp. 

Douge, Caleb far 2§ miles n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Dougherty, James far res with Jonas Hat- 
field, Clay tp. 

DOUGHERTY, MARY— widow Zadoc— 
\ mile w Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Dougherty, William H. far \ milew Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp — Soldier. 



Doughty Jane S. — widow John — res e s Wal- 
nut, bet Ash and Spruce, Centerville. 

Doughty, John R. far on farm owned by 
Richard Cheeseman, Dalton tp, e s West 
River pike, 3£ miles n e Hagerstown. 

Douglass, Austin — cold — teamster res with 
Samuel Bundy, Richmond. 

Douglas, William — cold — lab res n e cor 
Front and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

Dove, Isaac gardener res with James Scott, 
West Richmond. 

Dowell, Lucinda — widow William — res 
with W. H. Dowell, Richmond. 

Dowell, William H. blacksmith e s Sixth, 
bet Main and Walnut, res n s Main, bet 
Ninth and Tenth, Richmond. 

DOWLING, THOMAS H. grocer n s 
Main, bet Main Cross and Spruce, Center- 
ville. 

Downs, Christopher H. far e s River, mid- 
way bet Milton and Cambridge, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Downs, Miss Mary res with W. Graham, 
Center tp. 

Doyle Mary — widow — res near Test's wool- 
en factory, Wayne tp. 

Dozier, David J. watchmaker with Estell 
Bros., bds at Eagle Hse, Richmond. 

DRABERT, PAUL saloon-keeper ( Wash- 
ington Exchange) 30 South Pearl, res same, 
Richmond. 

Draher, Joseph, far 1 mile n Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp — four sons in the army. 

Drake, lthamar S. retired res e s Sixth, bet 
Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Drake, Jacob far Washington and Water- 
loo road, 1 mile e Pennville, Jackson tp. 

Drake, Samuel gate keeper Liberty pike, 
2 miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Draper, Jerry engineer res Gait Hse, Rich- 
mond. 

DRAPER, JEREMIAH res with Joseph 
Draper, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Draper, Priscilla — widow James — res Penn- 
ville, Jackson tp. 

Drear, Miss Barbara A. res with George 
Essmacher, Richmond. 

Dreshel, Andrew saloon res s s Main, bet 
Foote and Green, Cambridge. 

Drifmeyer, Adam cigar maker res e s 
Washington, bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

DRIFMEYER, HENRY tobacco & cigars 
s s Main, bet Marion and Franklin, res w s 
Franklin, bet Market and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond. 

Drifmeyer, Henry J., sen. lab res w s 
Washington, bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

Drifmeyer, William, cigar maker res w s 
Washington, bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

DRISBACH, ABRAHAM carp res e s 
Washington and Jacksonburg road 4 miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 



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Faint Portraits, Color P&otograp' 

Of Living, or from Pictures of Deceased Persons, 

IDIFtA^W PLANS, &C. 



Rooms No. 10-4, Main Street, up Staira, 



RICHMOND, IND 



Drisbach, Simon carp & mill-wright res 
with Abraham Drisbach, Washington tp. 

Drishel, Jacob, Jun., far 2\ miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Drishel, Jacob grocer n s Main, bet Center 
and Canal, res South Second, bet Jones and 
Green, Cambridge. 

Driver, David far res with Daniel Petty, 
Jefferson tp. 

Droste, Benjamin lab Nixon's paper mill, 
res West Richmond. 

Drudy, James lab res s s South Third, bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Druley, Miss Catharine E. res with John 
Druley, Boston tp. 

Druley, Dennis far \ mile n Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Druley, Isaac [far] 1} miles n e Boston, 
Boston tp. 

DRULEY, JOHN far on county line, \\ 
miles s e Boston, Boston tp. 

Druley, Joseph T. hostler res e s Marion, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Druley, Levi, sen., far 1 mile e Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Druley, Levi, Jun., far on farm owned by 
Levi Druly, Sen., 1 mile s Boston Boston tp. 

Druley, Nathan far w s Boston pike, \\ 
miles n Boston, Boston tp. 

Druly, Miss Mary res with Levi Druly, 
sen., Boston tp. 

Druley, Miss Nancy M. res with Nathan 
Druley, Boston tp. 

Druley, Richard S. res with Levi Druley, 
Sen., Boston tp. 

Druley, William H. far res with Nathan 
Druley, Boston tp. 

Druley, William P. far res with Levi Dru- 
ley, Sen., Boston tp. 

Drury, J. N. bridge builder res n s Rail- 
road, bet Green and Foot, Cambridge. 

Dudley Aaron far res with Hannah Thorn, 
New Garden tp. 

Dudley, Isaac far 1\ miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 



Dudley Nathan, res with MichaelWeesner. 

DUDLEY, THOMAS dancing academy 
& billiards s w cor Main and Franklin, res 
w s Franklin, bet Main & Walnut, Richmond. 

Duell, Miss Phebe E. teacher res with Dr, 
William Dickey, Centerville. 
Duey, Miss Kate res with William Duey, Rich- 
mond. 

Duey, Miss Margaret res with William 
Duey, Richmond. 

Duey, William wagon maker e s Fifth, bet 
Main and Walnut, res e s Seventh, bet Main 
and Broadway, Richmond. 

Duffee, Alexander carp with Ezra Smith 
& Co., bds at Sherman Hse, Richmond. 

Duffee, James G. plasterer bds at Sherman 
Hse, Richmond. 

Duffee, J. S. carp res at Eagle boarding 
hse, Richmond. 

Duffee, John far res 1£ miles 9 Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Duffey, John molder res with Phebe 
Woods, Cambridge. 

Dugan, G. elk res with E. League, Richmond 

Dugan, Isaac blacksmith res e s Sixth, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Dugan, Miss Jane res w s Seventh, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Dugan, John brick-mason res s s Walnut, 
bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Dugan, Miss Sarah res w s Seventh, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Dugdale, Miss Anna M., teacher res with 
Thomas Dugdale, Richmond. 

Dugdale, James K. real estate dealer res 
ns Marion, bet Front and Washington, Rich- 
mond. 

DUGDALE, SAMUEL G. confectioner 
& dealer in wall paper, toys, and notions, 
93 Main, res w s Marion, bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

Dugdale, Thomas mach res n s Fort Wayne 
Av, bet Sassafras and Cliff, Richmond. 

DU HADWAY, C. S. ins solicitor, rei 
w s Hutton Av, Linden Hill, Richmond. Mr. 



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Du Hadway canvassed Jefferson tp for this 
work, and was one of the most efficient as- 
sistants in compiling it. 

D'Huy, Henry du, physician 5 Main, up 
stairs, res same, Kichmond — Soldier. 

Duke, George W. far w s Union pike 3-f 
miles n w Kichmond, Wayne tp. 

Duke, John far 2 miles n w Kichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Duke, Solomon tailor w s Main, Williams- 
burg. 

Duker, William miller res e s Jackson, bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Dulin, Miss Alice res with William Dulin, 
Richmond. 

Dulin, Charles, carp res e s Newport pike, 
bet White Water and Richmond. 
, Dulin, William township assessor res e s 
Seventh, bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

Dulin, W. I. horticulturist res e s Wil- j 
ltamsburg pike, \ mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. ; 

Duma 11, Miss Susan A. res with Thomas 
Sooy, Milton. 

Dumhoff, William, carp, res e s Liberty 
pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Dun, John lab res with William Stephens, 
Washington tp. 

DUNBAR, JAMES far & township trus- 
tee, 1\ miles n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Duncan, J. L. chair maker on farm of Wil- 
liam Comer, res same Center tp. 

Dunforth, Ozias lab res Washington. 

Dunham, A, P. tailor s s Main, bet Third 
and Fourth, Centerville. 

Dunham, Edward B. — Dunham § Swain — 
res n s Spring, bet Pearl and Washington, 
Richmond. 

Dunham, Frances — widow Elisha — res with 
Jesse Hosier, Harrison tp. 

Dunham, Homer carp £ mile s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Dunham, James A. undertaker, res e a 
Washington, bet Cliff and Spring, Richmond. 



Dunhaus, Joseph teamster res with L. 
Heintzelman, Richmond. 

Dunham, Swain & Co. — Geo. H. D., Peter 
D., Edward D., # Albertits S. — builders & 
doors, sash, & blinds, w s Ninth, bet Noble 
and Railroad, Richmond. 

Dunlavy, Miss Anna res with Mrs. Mary 
Boyse, Richmond. 

DUNN, ISAAC D.— Curme $ Dunn— res 
n e cor Eighth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Dunn, Michael blacksmith res Sevastopol. 

Dunn, Thos. lab res Sevastopol, Wayne tp. 

Dunn, William rail-roader res 45 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Dunning, Miss Eliza res with George Coale, 
Richmond. 

Duntweiler, Jacob far Washington tp, 6 
miles s w Centerville. 

Duphorn, John cooper res with John El- 
liott, Washington. 

Durham, W. H. teamster res near Boden's 
saw-mill, £ mile n Milton, Washington tp. 

Dusky, Washington rail-roader res with 
Nancy Parsons, Richmond. 

Dwiggins, Robert far n e cor corporation, 
Newport. 

Dwiggins, Samuel far e s Centerville and 
Newport road, 1 mile e Fairfax, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Dye, Anderson far 1 mile w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Dye, Jemima — ividoiv William — aged 85 
years, res with Thomas Price, Abington. 

Dye, John S. far res with Joshua Dye, Ab- 
ington. 

Dye, Joshua grocer Abington, res same. 

Dye, Joshua, Jr., far res Abington. 

Dye, Simpson, far If miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Dye, William far res Abington. 

DYKES, Rev. JAMES P. Pastor of 
Christian Church — also far w s Cambridge 
and Winchester pike, 1J miles s e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 



E 



Eadler, George far on Andrew F. Scott's 
land, n s Nat road, 2 \ miles e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Earl, Charles, shoemaker res s s Main, e 
Perry, Hagerstown. 

Earl, Isaac saddle r with James T. Boh- 
rer, res s s Main, e Perry, Hagerstown. 

Earle, Solomon cooper res w s Dublin, n 
Cumberland, Dublin. 

EARLHAM COLLEGE, s s Nat road, 1 
mile w Richmond, under the supetintend- 
ence of White- Water Yearly Meeting of 
Friends. 

Earnes, Miss Ann res with Richard Jack- 
son, Richmond. 

Earnest, Hamilton tanner & currier res 
with William Hall, Richmond — Soldier. 



Earnist, Abraham hats & caps s s Main, bet 
Marion and Pearl, res n s Marion, bet Main 
and Spring, Kichmond. 

Earnist, Miss Mary res with Abraham 
Earnist, Richmond. 

Earnshaw, Joseph, turner res n e cor Jones 
and Front, Cambridge. 

Earnst, Henry lab res e s Seventh, bet 
Walnut and South, Richmond. 

Earnst, Knarpp lab 3 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Ebbeler, John grocer s w cor Marion and 
Sycamore, res same, Richmond. 

Ebbler — widow — res e s South High, Rich- 
mond. 

Ebersol, Miss Ellen res with Solomon Eb- 
ersol, Center tp. 



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J. SCHUMANN & CO., 

Merchant Tailors, 

AND 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

No. 18 Main, bet. Front and Pearl Streets, 
RfCftMOND, %HJ>. 



JOSEPH SPITTLE, 

Groceries & Profile*, 

E. S. Marion St.,-opp. Post Office, 

PIchmonb, larj*. 

j^f Fresh Butter, Eggs, and Country Pro- 
duce bought and sold. 



EBERSOL, G. W. far 4 miles n Center-i Edmondson, Margaret — widow Francis M. 
vifte, Center tp. — res s s Railroad, bet Walnut and Jones, 

Ebersol, Solomon far 4 miles n Centerville, Cambridge. 
Center fcp. Edmondson, Samuel watchman R. R. bridge 

Ebert, F. K. grocer n s -Main, bet Green'res w s Fort Wayne Av, Richmond, 
and Foot, res same, Cambridge. Edmondson, William B. carp res w s Hills- 

Eby, James far 5| miles s e Milton, Wash-lboro pike, f mile n Richmond, 
ington tp. EDSAL, FULLER cooper res w s Pearl, 

Eby, Samuel far Dalion tp, w s West River bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 
pi"ke, 4J miles n Hagerstown. Edwards, A. far e s Economy and Wash- 

Eckels, Archibald S. baggage-master res e ington pike, H miles s Economy, Perry tp. 
s Pearl, bet Cliff and Sassafras, Richmond. EDWARDS, ALFRED lab res n w cor 

ECKEL, GEORGE — Nor dyke $■ Go. — res, Green and Spring, Richmond. 
e s Sixth, bet Walnut and Main, Richmond. | Edwards, David blacksmith res West Eieh- 



Eckert, Conrad gardener res with Henry 
Schulhof, Richmond. 

Eckerle, Martin shoemaker, bds with B. 
Bescher, Richmond — Soldier. 

Eckerman, Herman foundryman res w s 
Green, bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Ecred, Amelia — widow 'Sarm/el — res s s 
Main, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Edens, H. D. W. carp res s s Walnut, bet 
Sixth and Seventh, Richmond. 

Eddins, Jefferson far 3 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

EDDINS, JAMES lab res 86 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond — Soldier. 

Eddins, Josiah far res with Jefferson Ed- 
dins, AVashington tp. 

Eddins, Miss Mary A. res with Jefferson 
Eddins, Washington tp. 

Eddins, WiUiam grocer n w cor Main and 
Front, res same, Richmond. 

Edgarton, Joseph far 1 mile n e Washing 
ton, Clay tp. 

Edgerton, Joseph res at toll-gate on Bethel 
pike, Franklin tp — native of North Carolina, 
removed to Wayne County in 1825. 

Edgerton, Miss Mary E. res with Mary 
Doil, Wayne tp. 

EDSAL, Mrs. HANNAH milliner n s 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, res same, Rich- 
mond. 

Edgerton, Nathan far res near. junction of 
Chester and Arba with Bethel tpke, Frank- 
lin tp. 

EDGERTON, OWEN shoemaker No. 6 
Main, bds with Isaac Wright, Jlichmond. 

Edmonds, Esom engineer res s s North 
High, bet Fort Wayne Av and Center, Rich- 
mond. 

Edmondson, John painter bds at Baker 
Hse, Richmond. 



mond — Soldier. 

Edwards, Enos far res with George David- 
son, Boston tp. 

Edwards, Elias far 2| miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Edwards, Henrv carp res Richmond. 

EDWARDS, ISAAC— cold— shoemaker 
s s Nat road, e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Edwards, John lab res West Richmond. 

Edwards, K. lab res ss South Second, bet 
Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Edwards, Mary — widow William — res w s 
Eighth, bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

Edwards, Rebecca — widow William — res w 
s Marion, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Edwards, Miss Sarah E. res with Elias Ed- 
wards, Wayne tp. 

Edwards, Temple far res w s Economy and 
Washington pike, 2£ miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

EDWARDS, THOMAS far n s Nat road, 
H miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Edwards, Thomas res e s Main, Williams- 
burg. 

Edwards, William shoemaker with Newby 
& Miller, bds with Mrs. Rebecca Edwards, 
Richmond. 

EDWARDS, WILLIAM H. res with 
Thomas Edwards, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

EGAN, JOHN carp res n s Main, Ger- 
mantown. 

Eggameier, John H. far 2\ miles s e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Eggemeier, Frederick tank-cleaner res s s 
South, West End, Richmond. 

Eggemeier, Henry carp res s w cor Mill 
and Front, Richmond. 

Eggemeier, Mary E. — widow John — res w s 
Front, s Mill, Richmond. 



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Eggleston, George fireman res Mrs. Carr's 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

EGLI, ANTHON— Scott, Egli $ Go.— res 
3 w cor Main and Eighth, Richmond. 

Egli, Joseph, drayman res e s Hillsboro 
pike, s s river, adjoining city, Richmond. 

Egli, Joseph turner w Hillsborough pike, \ 
mile n Richmond. 

Ehrhart, Franklin W. physician, Franklin. 

Ehrhart, Henry res Germantown. 

Eighner, Mary res w s South Sixth, Rich- 
mond. 

Eilar, Daniel far 2 miles w Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Eilar, Miss Esther res with Samuel Eilar, 
Jefferson tp. 

Eilar, Samuel far 1 mile w Hagerstown, w 
s Cambridge and Dalton pike, Jefferson tp. 

Eimer, Lewis tailor n s Main, bet Foot 
and Green, Cambridge. 

Elder, Miss Clara res with John H. Elder, 
Richmond. 

Elder, James books & stationery, s e cor 
Main and Pearl, res w s Pearl, bet Market 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

ELDER, JOHN H. books & stationery, s 
e cor Main and Marion, res n e cor "Walnut 
and Front, Richmond. 

Elder, Samuel elk res with James Elder, 
Richmond. 

Elderkin, John, res with S. S. Strattan, 
Richmond. 

Elderkin, Mary — widow John G. — res w s 
Marion, bet Spring and Ft. "Wayne Av, Rich- 
mond. 

Eleberger, Jacob far n w cor Jackson tp 

Eleberger, Miss Magdalena res with Ru- 
dolph Eleberger, Jackson tp. 

Eleberger, Rudolph far e s Cambridge and 
Simon's Creek pike, four miles n Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Eliason, Andrew J. far res with "William 
Eliason, Center tp. 

Eliason, Andrew far \ mile e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Eliason, Ebenezer far | mile s Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Eliason, Henry C. far w s Jacksonburg 
road, 4 miles s e Milton, "Washington tp. 

Eliason, James C. far 2 miles e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

ELIASON, JOHN M. far 4 miles n e 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Eliason, Joshua, jun., far res with William 
Eliason, Center tp. 

Eliason, Levi far 2| miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Eliason, Miss Lucinda res with Thomas C. 
Eliason, Center tp. 

Eliason, Martha — widow Joshua — res with 
Thomas Eliason, Center tp. 

Eliason, Miss Martha res with Thomas C 
Eliason, Center tp. 

Eliason, Miss Mary E. bds with Ebenezer 
Eliason, Harrison tp. 



ELIASON, MARTIN far on Centerville 
and Abington pike, f mile s e Centerville r 
Center tp. 

Eliason, Thomas C. far 3 miles n e Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

ELIASON, WILLIAM, sen., 3 miles n e 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Ellenberger, Henry res with Moses Myers, 
Jackson tp. 

Elliott, A. B. propr saw mill I mile n Mid-- 
dleboro, near Holansburg and Middleboro 
tpke, res same, Franklin tp. 

Elliott, Miss Anna res with J. W. Mauzy, 
Wayne tp. 

ELLIOTT, AXIOM S. carp res n e cor 
Dublin and Milton, Dublin. 

ELLIOTT, A. W. far 1 mile s Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp — located on the farm on which 
he now lives in 1813. 

ELLIOTT, B. AV. far e s R. & H. pike, 
3 miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Elliott, Exum, far 1'J miles n Dublin, Jack' 
son tp. 

Elliott, Emeline res with Axiom Elliots- 
Dublin. 

Elliott, C. B. merchant s s Main, bet Jones 
and Green, res same-, Cambridge. 

ELLIOTT, C. H.— Wilson $ Elliott— n & 
Washington, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond 
— Soldier. 

ELLIOTT, CHARLES P. operator West- 
ern Union Telegraph, Huntington Hse, res- 
w s Seventh, bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Elliott, Miss Douthy res with A. W. Elliott, 
Franklin tp. 

Elliott, Elizabeth res with B. W. Elliott, 
Wayne tp. 

Elliott, Franklin student Earlham College, 
res Dublin. 

Elliott, Hiram carp res with Axiom Elliott, 
Dublin. 

ELLIOTT, ISAAC N. res with A. B. El- 
liott, Franklin tp. 

Elliott, Jacob far e s Cambridge and Si- 
mon's Creek pike, \ mile n Cambridge, Jack- 
son tp. 

Elliott, John W. carp res with Axiom El- 
liott, Dublin. 

Elliott, James res Germantown. 

ELLIOTT, JAMES merchant e s Main, 
res same, Williamsburg. 

ELLIOTT, JOHN grocer & hotel-keeper, 
Washington. 

Elliott, Jonathan far res H miles n Chester, 
w s pike, Franklin tp. 

Elliott, Oscar F. elk at Avenue Hse, Rich- 
mond. 

Elliott, Miss Louisa res with A. W. Elliott, 
Franklin tp. 

ELLIOTT, LEWIS O.—ElUott $ Son- 
res s e cor Tenth and North, Richmond — Sol' 
dier. 



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Manufacturers of and Dealers in 






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SXiEIET IRON" WORK. 



Tin Roofing done to Order. 

Ifo. 20, Main Street, West of Pearl, 



Elliott, Lucinda — widow Abraham — res s s 
South Fourth, het Foot and Green, Cambridge 

Elliott, Marks far 2£ miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

ELLIOTT, MARY H.— widow Mark— far 
1 mile w Centerville and Williamsburg pike, 
3 miles n w Centerville, Center tp. 

Elliott, Samuel surgeon-dentist office and 
res w s Perry, bet Clay and South Market, 
Hagerstown. 

Elliott, Samuel res with Mrs. Lucinda El- 
liott, Cambridge — Soldier. 

Elliott, Spencer far 3 h miles n w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Elliott, Spencer, jr., res with Spencer El- 
liot. Green tp. 

Elliott, Stephen far with J. W. Mauzy, 
Wavne tp. 

ELLIOTT, SAEAH— wife Daniel, Soldier 
— res Hillboro. 

Elliott, Tamor res with A. Elliott, Dublin. 

Elliot, Upton — Elliott Jf Chambers — res 
with Mrs. Dill, Richmond. 

Elliott, William far 3 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Elliott, W. P. harness-maker with Wig- 
gins & Co., res 44 s Pearl, Richmond. 

Elliott, William far 3 J miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Elliott & Chambers— Upton E. $ 0. H. C— 
lumber-yard s e cor Mulberry & Franklin, 
Richmond. 

ELLIOTT & SON— B. W. Elliot £ Lewis 
0. Elliott — grocers s s Main, bet Franklin 
and Fifth, Richmond. 

Ellis, Ellen — widow Solomon J. — res with 
Way Jeffries, Wayne tp. 

Ellis, Lewis far 2 h miles s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Ellis, John lab res w s Pearl, bet Spring 
and Cliff, Richmond. 

Ellis, John lab res w s Front, bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

ELLIS, P. M. auctioneer & notary public, 
res n s Main Cross, Hillsboro. 



Ellis, Miss Sarah res with Thomas Edwards, 
Wayne tp. 

Ellis Thomas sawyer res n s Railroad St., 
w s corporation, Cambridge. 

ELMER, CHARLES N. grocer & dry 
goods s s Main, opp Court House, res s s 
Main, w Ash, Centerville. 

Elmore, Anderson far e s Washington and 
Economy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Elmore, Benjamin far, Relief Mills, Bos- 
ton tp, 3.y miles s e Richmond. 

ELMORE, WILLIAM A. far res with 
xindrew Gifford, Wayne tp. 

Elstro, Elizabeth — widow -res with 

Henry Elstro, near Richmond. 

Elstro, Frank stone-mason res e s Boston 
tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

Elstro, Henry stone-mason res e s Boston 
tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

El well, Eli far 3£ miles s w Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Elwell, Hiram C. far res with Eli Elwell, 
Washington tp. 

Elwood, John far on farm of Daniel King, 
Center tp. 

Ell wood, Levi C. far s s C. & C. R. R., 3 h 
miles n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Elwood, W. J. far 1£ miles w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Ely, Morgan far res e s Perry, n end, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Emerick, Henry carp res Pennville, Jack- 
son tp. 

Emerson, Miss Margaret, res with Thomas 
Emerson, Washington tp. 

Emerson, Thomas far 2 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

EMMONS, JUDAH-wi/e Asa, soldier— 
res with Andrew Thomas. 

Emrick, Henry shoemaker w s Pearl, bet 
Main and Walnut, res w s Marion, bet Main 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Emswiler, Elizabeth res with Christopher 
Walker, Richmond. 



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EMSWILEE, GEORGE. P.— Ems-toiler $ 

Crocker— res e s Front, bet Market and Syca 
more, Richmond. 

EMSWILER, & CROCKER— George P. 
E. $ Alvin E. O. — notions & fancy goods s s 
Main, bet Marion and Pearl, Richmond. 

Endsley, Miss Amanda J. res with James 
Endsley, Abington tp. 

Endsley, Eleanor — widow John — res with 
John Endsley, Abington tp. Mrs. Endsley 
settled in Abington tp, in the year 1805, on 
the Endsley farm. 

Endsley, Eli grocer res with Endsley Ham, 
Centerville. 

Endsley, James far 3 miles n e Abington 
Abington tp. 

Endsley, Jacob far res with James Endsley, 
Abington tp. 

Endsley, John far with James Endsley 
Abington tp. 

Endsley, John far 2 miles n e Abington 
Abington tp. 

Endsley, Josiah mach res \ mile n Cam- 
bridge. 

ENDSLEY, OLIVER far 1 mile w Cen- 
tervile, Center tp. 

Engelbert, Joseph lab res "West Richmond 

Engle, Michael far \\ miles n e East Cam- 
bridge. 

Englebert, Theadore lab res e s Cemetery 
st, Richmond. 

ENGLE, WESLEY, far n s Neport and 
Economy road, 2 J miles n e "Williamsburg- 
Green tp. 

Ensign, Melissa E. — widow Theadore — res 
with Lyman Q. Sherwood. 

ENYEART, "WILLIAM B.— Barneti 
Bennett, § Enyeart — res n s Railroad St., bet 
Green and Eoot, Cambridge. 

Ennis, Thomas far bds at Meredith Hse 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Epperde, John, 4 miles n w Centerville 
Center tp. 

Epping, Henry drayman res w s Pearl, bet 
South and Hill, Richmond. 

Epps, James — cold — far res on farm of 
Aaron Snyder, "Wayne tp. 

Eppa, Miss Martha J. res with Ursula Epps 
"Wayne tp. 

Epps, Miss Lina resides with Ursula Epps 
"Wayne tp. 

Epp3, Ursula — widoio Richard — res 2 miles 
n e Chester, "Wayne tp. 

Epps, "Wiley lab res with Ursula Epps, 
Wayne tp. 

Erbs, David carp res w s Eighth, s end, 
Richmond. 

Erisman, Martha J. — widow John, soldier — 
res bet Ninth and Tenth, one square n R. R. 
Richmond. 

Erlonger, J. M. physician s s Walnut, bet 
Main Cross and Cherry, res s w cor Main 
Cross and Walnut, Milton. 

Ernst, David R. painter bds afe Meredith 
Hse, Richmond. 



Erps, David carp res w s Eighth, bet South 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

ERWIN, EDWIN far near State line, 4'f 
miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

ERWIN, SAMUEL far 4 miles s e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

ERWIN, WILLIAM P. far 4J miles s e 
Richmond, near State line, Wayne tp. 

Esby, Lydia — widow David — res with W. S. 
Brady, Richmond. 

Eshelman, Henry far w s Cambridge and 
Simon's Creek pike, 4 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Eshelman, Ira far res with Henry Eshel- 
man, Jackson tp — Soldier. 

ESSENMACHER, CHARLES saloon ws- 
Fort Wayne Av, bet North High and Wash- 
ington Av, res same, Richmond. 

ESSMACHER, JOSEPH lab res 78 Soutb 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Essenmacher, Julia— iv idoto Peter — res w 
s Fort Wayne Av, bet Washington Av and 
North High, Richmond. 

Estarbrook, "Warren blacksmith res s s Rail- 
road, w s Walnut, Cambridge. 

ESTELL BROS.— S. F. E. $ W. P. E. 
— jewelry & music dealers, 7t> Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Estell, Charles shoemaker with E. G. Wol- 
verton, res s e cor Washington and Spring, 
Richmond. 

Estell, Miss Hannah A. dress-maker n s 
Front, bet Main and Spring, res same, Rich- 
mond. 

Estell, Richard clock-maker with Estell 
Bros., res 76 Main-, Richmond. 

ESTELL, S. F.— Estell Bros.— res e s 
Seventh, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

ESTELL, WILLIAM P.— Maxwell £ 
Estell and Estell Bros. — res w s Marion bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

ESTEP, Rev. I. M., far & clergyman Bap- 
tist Church, 2 miles w Boston, Boston tp. 

Estep, James far & justice of the peace, f 
mile e Boston, Boston tp. 

Estep, Levi lab res with James Estep,. 
Boston tp. 

Estep, Miss Margaret res with James Es- 
tep, Boston tp. 

Estep, Maria — widow William — | mile ft 
Boston, Boston 'tp. 

Estep, Miss Priscilla res with James Estep, 
Boston tp. 

Estep, Thomas far res with James Estep, 
Boston tp. 

ESTEY, F. A. prop East Fork Mills, 2 \ 
miles e Richmond, res New York City. 

EVANS, Rev. ANDREW E. clergyman 
U. B. Church, res w s Milton, n Harrison, 
Dublin. 

EVANS, ARTHUR— Evans Schneider, $ 
Co. — res Cincinnati. 

Evans, Branson — col'd — far on Wm. P. 
Quinn's farm, l\ miles e Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 



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JACOB GOHNER. 



GOTTLEIB LICHTENFELS. 



JACOB GOHNER & CO., 



Proprietors 




RICHMOND, IND. 



On the arrival of all Trains, Night and Day. 



Evans, Charles agt C. & G. E. E. E., 
Washington, res same. 

EVANS, DAVID S.— Evans $ Son— res 
Boston. 

Evans, Levi — Evans # Go. — res with Mary 
Evans, Richmond^ 

Evans, Miss Elva H. res with William E. EVANS, SCNEIDEE, & CO 
Evans, Richmond. \Philip S. J- Arthur Evans— sale 



Evans, Frank res with Dr. D. S. Evans, 
Boston — -Soldier. 

Evans, Hannah A. res with Charles Evans, 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Evans, Isaac painter res w s Franklin, het 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Evans, Isaac P. linseed oil manuf at In- 
dianapolis, res w s Newport pike, f mile n 
Richmond, Wavne tp. 

Evans, Jesse far s C. & G-. E. R. R. 1 mile 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

EVANS, JOB— Evans, Schneider, $ Co. 
res w s Eighth, bet Walnut and M 
mond. 

Evans, Miss Judith res with Rufus Test, 
Jefferson tp. 

Evans, Margaret A. w s Centerville pike, 
2 miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 



Evans, Mark far res with Henry Goner, 
Green tp. 

Evans, Risdon far res with Jesse Evans, 
Wayne tp. 

Evans, Sarah J. res $ mile n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

-Job E., 

ents for 

Mitchell's patent funnel measure, Richmond. 

EVANS, WILLIAM EL— Evans «$• Son 

— res Boston. 

Evans, William H. far res with M. A. 
Evans, Green tp. 

Evans, William R. far res n w cor North 
High and Center, Richmond — Soldier. 

EVANS & SON— David S. Jr William H. 
— physicians & surgeons Boston. 

Eversmann, Henry watchman in Spring 
'"T' f -r° "T~JFou.nd.ry, res w s Liberty pike, near city lim- 
its, Richmond. 

EWBANK, THOMAS far e s Williams- 
burg road, Ih miles n Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

Ewry, William far on farm owned by Mat- 
thew Newcomb, 2 \ miles s Dalton, Daltontp. 



F 1 



Fagan, George W. far 5 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

FAGAN, WILLIAM B. gate-keeper at 
first gate on Wayne Co. pike, w Richmond. 

FAGAN, WILLIAM F. shoemaker, res 



with William B. Fagan, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Fager, Cyrus far s s Hagerstown & Wash- 
ington pike 2 miles e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Fahian, Jacob stonemason, res Linden 
Hill, e of Richmond. 



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Fahner, Adam. Was drafted in the spring 
of 1865, ; further, nothing known ; previously 
resided in Cambridge City. 

Fahner, Miss Lizzie res with Erhart Kes- 
ler, Milton. 

Falskam, John retired, res s w cor North 
Market and Washington, Hagerstown. 

FALLS, JOHN R. T. far res with Thos. 
Marlatt, Washington tp — Soldier. 

Faltmann, David mach res w s Washing- 
ton bet Mill and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Fanning, John elk res with Mrs. Sophia 
Fanning, Richmond. 

Fanning, Sophia — ividoiu Edward — res n s 
Main bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Farall, Patrick lab res with James Varley, 
Richmond. 

Faries, Henry V. master mach res s w cor 
Cliff and Pearl, Richmond. 

Farle, John lab res e s North Green, Rich- 
mond. 

Farlow, David S. lab Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Farlow, George far w s Richmond & 
Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 4 miles s Rich- 
mond. Mr. Farlow is an emigrant from 
North Carolina, and helped to clear the land 
where Richmond now stands, receiving $10 
per month compensation ; also served as spy 
in the war of '12 and '13. Is now 77 years 
of age. 

Farlow, J. W. far 4 miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Farlow, Nathan D. far w s Richmond & 
Liberty Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 4 miles 
s Richmond. 

FARLOW, STEPHEN far e s Liberty 
pike, Boston tp, 3^ miles s Richmond. 

Farquhar, Frank elk at New York store, 
res with W. S. Farquhar, Richmond. 

FARMER, WILLIAM steam saw mill, s 
s county road, 4 miles n w Williamsburg, 
Green tp — Soldier. 

Farmer, Albert far res on farm owned by 
heirs of Isaac Osborn, 1^ miles n e Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

FARMER, ELEANOR— widow Nimrod— 
res w s Greensfork, 3 miles s Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Farmer, William sawyer, s s county road, 
4 miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp — Sol- 
dier. 

FARR, HENRY M G. far e s Lynnville 
pike, 3$ miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Farr, Miss Mary C. res with J. P. Voss 
Center tp. 

Farr, William B. far res with Henry M. 
G. Farr, New Garden tp. 

Farrell, Hugh lab res n s Main bet Cherry 
and Brook, Milton. 

FERRIS, WARREN conductor res s s 
North High bet Ft. Wayne Av. and Center. 
Richmond. 

Fasold, Jennie — xoidow John — res with Ben- 
nett Baumer, Richmond. 



Fasolt, John lab res 16 South Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Favorite, Elias teamster, res s s Walnut, w 
Washington, Hagerstown. 

Fawcett, George far \ mile w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Fawcett, Miss Mary, res with William 
Fawcett, Washington. 

Fawcett, Richard far H miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Fawcett, William res Washington. 

Fay, Hannah — widow Almon — res on farm 
of Morton Meek, 2\ miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Feasel, James B. far on farm owned by 
Wm. Feasel, 2 miles n e Boston, Boston tp. 

Feasel, William far Boston tp, 4i miles s e 
Richmond. 

Feltman, B. H. finisher, res n e cor Green 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Feltman, David, foundryman, res w s 
Washington bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

Feltman, Henry shoemaker, res s e cor 
Sycamore and Franklin, Richmond. 

Fender, Daniel lab — deserter from the rebel 
army — res with M. J. Shinn, Wayne tp. 

Fender, Henry L. far ^ mile n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Fender, Jacob far, \\ miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Fender, James H. far 1 mile n Abington, 
Abington tp — Soldier. 

Fender, Miss Jane A. teacher, res with 
Jas. H. Fender, Abington tp. 

Fender, John H. far on Centerville pike, 
£ mile n w Abington, Abington tp. 

Fender, John M. far res with Jacob Fen- 
der, Abington tp. 

Fennimore, Edward harness maker, res 
with Pierson Fennimore. 

Fennimore, Joseph S. manuf liniment and 
cough medicine, res n e cor Sixth and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

Fennimore, Pierson contractor, res e s Mar- 
ket, Economy. 

Fennimore, Miss Sallie milliner with Mrs. 
M. F. Moodie, res e s Washington bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

FERGUSON, C. W. teller in First Nat. 
Bank, resn w cor Main and Tenth, Richmond. 

Ferguson, Miss Elizabeth res with Jonas 
Hatfield. 

Ferguson, Horton far 3 miles s w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Ferguson, Leland far 3 miles s Milton, 
AVashington tp. 

Ferguson, James C. far, res with T. J. 
Ferguson, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Ferguson, John W. far res with Nimrod 
Ferguson, Washington tp. 

Ferguson, Nimrod far w s Connersville & 
Milton pike, 4 miles s Milton. Mr. Fergu- 
son is an emigrant from North Carolina, and 
has resided in this county 47 years. 



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CHAS. T. COFFIX. 



JAS. L. MORRISSON. 



ALRKRT II. BLANCH AED. 



MORRISON, BWJ4CMHD & C0 +t 



Proprietors of the 



flVlVSU^fi 8UL8HF ll^Ili^l urn 

THE OLDEST BA]VK IIST EASTERN INDIANA, 
Rejyresenting a Capital of near 

ONE MILLION DOLLARS. 

Has superior facilities for transacting all the branches of a GENERAL BANKING BUSI- 
NESS upon the most favorable terms. 



Ferguson, Miss Sarah res with Jonas Hat- 
field, Washington. 

Ferguson, T. J. far 1 mile s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Ferguson, Theadore far res with Horton 
Ferguson. 

Ferril, David cooper Washington. 

Ferris, Joseph far res w s Main Cross s 
South, Milton. 

FERRIS, MATTHEW, far res s s Canal 
St. w s Brook, Milton. 

Ferris, William — Ferris $f Morris — res w s 
Main Cross s South, Milton. 

Ferris & Morris — William F. $ Aaron M. 
— wagon and carriage makers w s Main 
Cross bet Connersville and South, Milton 

Fetty, Christian brick maker, res n s Nat. 
road, \ mile e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Fetty, Henry lab res e s Front bet Mill and 
Sycamore, Richmond. 

Fetterhoff, Michael res Germantown. 

Fetters, Joseph lab res Germantown. 

FIBBEY, JACOB L. carp res w s Walnut, 
Cambridge. 

Fielder, Samuel R. painter, n e cor Perry 
and Walnut, res n s Main, Hagerstown. 

Fifer, Miss Elizabeth res with Tolhert 
Moore, Dublin. 

Fifer, Ruth A. — ividoiv Eli — res with Tol 
bert Moore, Dublin. 

Fike, Jacob — Fike § Scott — e s Washing- 
ton bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Fike, John far e s Boston tpke, 1 mile s 
Richmond. 

Fike & Scott— Jacob F. $ John H. S.— 
blacksmiths, s w cor Main and Washington, 
Richmond. 

Finch, Calvin far res n s Williamsburg & 
New Castle road, 2 miles s w Economy, 
Perry tp — Soldier. 

Finch, George far res with John Finch, 
Perry tp. 

Finch, John far res e s Economy & Wash- 
ington pike, 3 miles s Economy, Perry tp. 



FINCH, L. M.— A. Lupton $ Co.— res e s 
Newport pike, n city limits, Richmond. 

Finch, Waldo far res with John Finch, 
Perry tp. 

Finch, William lab res with John Finch, 
Perry tp. 

Findall, John W. far 2 J miles e Washing- 
ton, Center tp. 

Findall, William far on farm of John W. 
Findall, Center tp. 

FINLEY, JOHN mayor, office in War- 
ner Building, e s Pearl n Main, res n w cor 
Pearl and Market, Richmond. 

Mr. Finley was born in Brownsburg, Rock- 
bridge county, Virginia, January 11, 1797, his 
father being a merchant of that place. He was 
sent to a country school, and learned to " read, 
write and cipher as far as the rule of three," 
and says it required ten years to acquire that 
much education. He served an apprenticeship 
as tanner and currier and then emigrated west. 
He visited Richmond first in 1821, but did not 
decide to make it his residence until 1823, and 
in 1826 was married at Yellow Springs, Ohio, to 
Miss Rachel H. Knott, who died soon after. 
He was again married at Indianapolis, April 9, 
1830, to Miss Julia Hanson, with whom he has 
traveled down the journey of life to the present 
time. From 1831 to 1833-4 he was connected 
with the Richmond Palladium, as editor and 
proprietor, in whole or in part. Mr. Finley is 
one of the few men upon whom official honors 
set naturally, and the people recognizing that 
fact, have called upon him to fill many places of 
public trust. He was three years a member of 
the Indiana Legislature, and three years Enroli- 
ng Clerk in the State Senate, after which he 
served seven years as Clerk of the Wayne Co. 
Courts, commencing in March, 1837. In Jan- 
uary, 1852, he was elected Mayor of the city of 
Richmond, entering at once upon the duties of 
his office. He has been annually re-elected to 
the present time, and it is generally conceded 
that he is Mayor for life, although it may be 
thought necessary for the people to go through 
the form of an election once a year. In all the 
positions of life he has occupied, Mr. Finley has 
found time to cultivate his literary tastes, es- 



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peeially as a poet. His pieces have been re-l FISK, ALLEN Z. foreman C. & G. E. K. 
ceived with very general favor. Among those; R. shops, res s s Spring bet Front and Wash- 
thought to be the best may be mentioned: ^ "A ington, Richmond — Soldier. 



Fisse, Henry tailor res e s Pearl bet Mill 
and South, Richmond. 

Fist, Daniel — Fist § Jewett — res n s Main 



Wife Wanted," " To My Old Coat," " To a Skel- 
eton," "What is Faith," "Bachelor's Hall," 
and "Hoosier's Nest." Mr. Finley's "Bache- 
lor's Hall" has been widely circulated in Eng- 

land as well as in America; with the name off* £ Washington, Hagerstown 
Thomas Moore attached. The " Hoosier's Nest"! Flst & Jewett— Daniel F. # Benjamin J.— 
formed part of a New Year's Address, written hlacksmiths. n s Mam w Washington, Ha- 
in 1830, for the Indianapolis Journal. It has'gerstown. 

been published without his name in a majority! Fitten, Daniel W. salesman at N. Y. store, 
of the newspapers of the United States, andjbds at Prescott's boarding hse, Richmond, 
quoted in England as a graphic specimen ofj FITZ, BALTZER carp e s Main Cross 
backwoods literature. The poems above named near ]\f a j n res same Milton, 
may be found in the "Poets and Poetry of the "Fjtz Frederick res with 
AVest," by Coggeshall. We are pleased to learn 



that Mr. Finley's poems have been collected, 
and are now in the hands of a publisher 

Finney, Andrew carp res n s Market bet 
Pearl and Front, Richmond. 

FIREMENS INS. CO., of Dayton Ohio 
William Bell agt, Richmond, 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK, of Rich- 
mond, J. E. Reeves, Pres't; Thos. G. Yar 
rington, Cash'r; C. W. Ferguson, Teller; 
n w cor Main and Franklin, Richmond 

Fishbaugh, Fred, mach bds with Benjamin 
Harris, Wayne tp. 

Fisher, Alice F. res with Jacob H. Fisher, 
Mt. Vernon, West Cambridge. 

Fisher, Benjamin res 5 miles s e Richmond 
on State line, Center tp 

FISHER, CHARLES W. tinner, res w s 
Green bet Main and Walnut, Richmond — 
Soldier. 

Fisher, David far res with James Chavi 
leer, Washington tp. 

Fisher, Edward far res 2 miles w Hills 
boro, s s road, Franklin tp. He has fur 
nished three sons to crush the rebellion. 

FISHER, ELIAS physician and examin- 
ing surgeon of applicants for pensions, e s 
Eighth bet Mulberry and Sassafras, res same, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Fisher, Mrs. E. H. dress-maker e s Marion 
bet Main and Spring, res same, Richmond. 

Fisher, Miss Ella res with Benjamin Har- 
ris, Richmond. 

Fisher, Miss Frances A. res with J. H. 
Jessup, Jackson tp. 

Fisher, Harriet R. res with Jacob Fisher, 
West Cambridge. 

Fisher, John far 2\ miles n Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Fisher, John R. res with John Fisher, 
New Garden tp. 

Fisher, Miss Lydia E. teacher, res with 
John Fisher, New Garden tp. 

Fisher, O. B. miller, res with J. H. Jessup, 
Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Fisher, Miss Rebecca J. res with William 
League, Jefferson tp. 

Fisher, Samuel hotel elk res e s Marion 
bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Fishier, Sarah milliner, w s Front bet 
Spring and Sassafras, res same, Richmond. 



Fitz, Frederick res with Henry Shisler, 
Jackson tp. 

Fitzgerald, Michael far res on farm ®f 
Wm. McCord, Center tp. 

Fitzgerald, Patrick far res w s Washington 
at foot of Cliff, Richmond. 

Fitzgibbons, Michael miller at Union Mills, 
Richmond, res Clifton. 

Fitzpatrick, Isaac far on farm owned by 
Jacob Seaney, \ mile e Boston, Boston tp. 

Fitzpatrick, Patrick lab Washington. 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas lab res s s North 
High bet Ft. Wayne Av. and Gaar, Rich- 
mond. 

FLANDERS, FREEMAN — Ovocker $ 
Flanders — res Linden Hill, s s Nat. road, e 
Richmond. 

Flanegan, John carp res e s Boston tpke, 1 
mile s Richmond. 

Flanner, Miss Peninnah res with William 
Baily, Richmond. 

Flannegan, Miss Mary res with J. A. 
Bridgland, Richmond. 

Flannegan, Mary res with Daniel McCarty, 
Richmond. 

Flannegan, Michael far res with Patrick 
Cain, AVashington tp. 

Flannery, Mannis lab on farm owned by 
Levi Druley, 1J miles e Boston, Boston tp. 

Flatly, John lab res Sevastopol. 

Flatley, John lab res with James Balfe, 
Richmond. 

Flatlay, Patrick lab res Richmond. 

Flatley, Thomas lab res with Timothy 
McCue, Center tp. 

Fleet, John — cold — lab res e s Washing- 
ton bet Sycamore and Market, Richmond. 

Flemming, David flouring mill, 3 miles n 
Hagerstown, res same, Dalton tp. 

Flemming, Tobias carp res w s Ninth bet 
Sassafras and Mulberry, Richmond. 

FLEMING, JOSEPH D. engineer Spring 
Foundry, res e s Fifth bet Walnut and Mar- 
ket, Richmond — Soldier. 

Fleming, Miss Martha J. res with David 
M. Lantz, Hagerstown. 

Flemming, William far 6 miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Fleming, Thomas W. printer in Telegram 
Office, res e s Fifth bet Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 



CITIZENS DIRECTORY. 



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JOHN H. DOLLEY. 



W. J. PLUMMER. 



Alanu.fact'u.rers of* 



Carriages, Baggies, Spring Wagons, &&, 

S. E. Corner Walnut and Perry Streets, 

HAGERSTOWN, - - - - INDIANA. 






A Full Supply constantly on hand. Special Jobs made to Order. Kepairing 

done Promptly. 



Fletcher, Albert "W. blacksmith, res with 1 
S. F. Fletcher, Wayne tp. 

Fletcher, Elihu far on John Endsley's 
farm, Abinsjton tp. 

Fletcher^Miss Elma res with S. F. Fletch- 
er, Wayne tp. 

FLETCHER, H. mach res e s Front bet 
Spring and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Fletcher, James M. far e s Connersville 
pike, 3i miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Fletcher, John far 2J miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Fletcher, S. F. grocer, of Cincinnati, res J 
mile w Newport pike, 1 mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Fletcher, Sarah E. student Earlham, res 
Richmond. 

Flinn, John lab res w s Nettle Creek, \ 
mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

FLOOD, JAMES painter, res Jackson- 
burg. 

Flohre, William lab res s s Mill w Front, 
Richmond. 

Flore, William lab res w end Washington, 
Richmond. 

FLOREA, ALBERT W. far w s Con- 
nersville & Milton pike, 3 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Fnese. Hermann molder, bds with Ben. 
Sitlow, Richmond. 

Foist, Miss Ellen res with Michael Foist, 
Jefferson tp. 

Foist, Michael far n s Hagerstown & Wash- 
ington pike, £ mile e Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Foland, Esau carp Washington. 

Foland, George far s s State road, 3 miles 
n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Foland, John far 2 miles s Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Foland, Volentine far 3 miles s w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Folger, Belinda — ividow Albert — res with 
John Madden, Abington tp. 



Forbeek, William stone quarrier, res w s 
South High, Richmond. 

Forde, John mach res with Daniel Mc- 
Carty, Richmond. 

FORD, JOHN C. power loom weaver, res 
Cammacksville, Washington tp — Soldier. 

Ford, S. J. physician n s Main bet Perry 
and Plum, res same, Hagerstown. 

Forkner, Armina — widow Elijah — res on 
farm owned by Wilson Pierce, 2^ miles w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

FORKNER, ENEL plasterer, res s s Main 
bet Ash and Spruce, Centerville. 

Forkner, James elk res s e cor Main and 
Third, Centerville. 

FORKNER, JAMES dry goods, n w cor 
Main and Main Cross, res e s Main Cross n 
R. R., Centerville. 

Forkner, Lewis elk res with James Fork- 
ner, Centerville. 

Forkner, Roswell E. elk, notary public and 
town elk, res with James Forkner, Center- 
ville. 

Forkner, Miss Sophronia J. res at Baker 
Hse, Richmond. 

Forrest, Amos far s s Olive Branch road, 
2 J miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Forrest, Edward far s s State road, 1 J miles 
e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

FORREST; ELIAS lab res s e cor Plum 
and Clay, Hagerstown. 

Forrest, Ephraim far s s Olive Branch 
road, 2 1 miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Forrey, George C. in the employ of W. S. 
T. Morton, res with James McCaffrey, Cam- 
bridge. 

Forry, Miss Sabina res with Strickler 
Forry, Jackson tp. 

Forrey, Strickler far 1 mile e- Germantown, 
Jackson tp. 

FORREY, WM. S.— W. S. Forrey # Co- 
res n s Nat. road, 1 mile w Cambridge. 

FORREY, W. S. & CO.— William S. F $ 
Susan Myers — tannery, n s Nat. road, w s 
Cambridge City. 



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Forry, Miss Sabina res with Fernandes H. 
Hannah, Washington tp. 

Forwig, Harmon lab res with Mary For- 
wig, Richmond. 

Forwig, Mary — widow Fred. — res 93 South 
Marion, Richmond. 

FOSSENKEMPER, HENRY carp res n 
e cor Sixth and Boston pike, Richmond. 

Foster, Anthony H. teacher, res with Ben- 
jamin S. Pollard, Dalton tp. 

Eoster, Miss Emeline — col'd — res with Mar- 
tha Foster, Richmond. 

FOSTER, JAMES -col'd— lab res with 
Thomas Woodnut, Richmond. 

Foster, Martha— col'd, widoio Jeptha — res s 
s North High, Richmond. 

Foster, Richard J. cooper, res Jackson- 
burg. 

Foster, Samuel cooper, res Washington 

FOSTER, THOMAS— Foster $ Fullerton 
— res in Indianapolis. 

Foster, William lab res s s Main bet Front 
and Washington, Richmond. 

FOSTER & FULLERTON— Thos. F. § 
J. E. F. — steam flouring mill, s w cor Main 
Cross and R. R., Centerville. 

Foulke, Eleanor — widow Anthony — board- 
ing hse, res n w cor Main and Sixth, Rich 
mond. 

Foulke, Miss Euphemia res w s Ft. Wayne 
Av. bet Washington Av. and Cliff, Rich 
mond. 

Foulke, John W. elk with Foulke & Shoe, 
maker, res with Mrs. Eleanor Foulke, Rich- 
mond. 

FOULKE, JOSHUA carp res s s |East 
Walnut bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Foulke, Miss Letitia res w s Ft. Wayne 
Av. bet Washington Av. and Cliff, Rich- 
mond. 

Foulke, Milton cooper, res § mile n w 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Foulke, Miss Phoebe res with Mrs. Eleanor 
Foulke, Richmond. 

Foulke, Samuel potter, res s s Cliff bet 
Pearl and Ft. Wayne Av., Richmond. 

FOULKE, WILLIAM R. far w s New- 
port pike, 1J miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 
Was a member of the Indiana Legislature 
for two or three years, commencing with 
1842. 

FOULKE, WILLIAM. W.— Foulke # 
Shoemaker — res w s Newport pike, h mile n 
Richmond. Mr. Foulke is at present one of 
the Representatives of Wayne Co. in the 
State Legislature. 

FOULKE & SHOEMAKER— William 
W. F. § George W. S. — iron store, s s Noble, 
bet Fifth and Sixth, Richmond. 

Fountain, Miss Clarinda res s s Conners- 
ville bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

Fountain, John mach res n s Harrison bet 
Milton and Foundry, Dublin. 

Fountain, Susan res with Miss Clarinda 
Fountain, Milton. 



Foust, Miss Lizzie res with Joseph Foust, 
Richmond. 

Foust, J. S. tailor and justice of the peace, 
w s Main, Germantown. 

Foust, Joseph soap and candle maker, res 
w s Liberty pike, adjoining city limits, Rich- 
mond. 

Fouts, Aaron far with Andrew Fouts, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Fouts, Andrew far 3£ miles n e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Fouts, Miss Catharine res with Michael 
Fouts, Jefferson tp. 

Fouts, Miss Catharine res with Mrs. Mar- 
tha Fouts, Boston tp. 

Fouts, Catharine — widow Daniel — res with 
Sarah J. Hogarth, Richmond. 

Fouts, David far 3£ miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

FOUTS, HENRY C. far res with Mrs. 
Martha Fouts, Boston tp. 

Fouts, Jackson far res with R. Bawldrige. 

Fouts, Jesse far Dalton tp, 3$ miles n Ha- 
gerstown. 

Fouts, John far res with Michael Fouts, 
Jefferson tp. 

Fouts, Levi wagon maker, shop~and res 2 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Fouts, Lucy J. — widow John — res with J. 
Moore, Boston tp. 

Fouts, Martha — widow David— res 1| miles 
n w Boston, Boston tp. 

Fouts, Martin far e s Cambridge & Dalton 
pike, lj miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Fouts, Miss Matilda res with Andrew 
Fouts, Jefferson tp. 

Fouts, Michael far e s Ft. Wayne & Jack- 
sonburg road, 3| miles n e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Fouts, Oliver livery-stable, Boston. 

Fouts, Miss Susan res with Andrew Fouts, 
Jefferson tp. 

Fowler, John G. res with Margaret Bell, 
Dalton tp. 

FOWLER, DAVID far e s Williamsburg 
& Bloomingsport tpke, 1 mile n Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Fox, Cyrus C. elk and civil engineer, res 
with H. Smalley, Cambridge. 

Fox, David far res on farm owned by the 
heirs of Stephen Cox, 3 miles s Economy, 
Perry tp — Soldier. 

Fox, Elizabeth — widow William — e s Mar- 
tendale's Creek, 4 miles e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Fox, Henry far 1\ miles n e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Fox, Jesse far e s Martindale Creek, 4 
miles e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Fox, Henry C. atty s w cor Washington 
and Main, res s w cor Clay and Plum, Ha- 
gerstown — Soldier. 

Fox, Levi res n e cor Spice and Walnut, 
Centerville. 



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CHARLES AYIES, 

Proprietor. 



Fox, Lorenzo far w s Jacksonburg & Ft. 
Wayne road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp. 

FOX, PHILIP far e s Connersville & Cen- 
terville road, J mile n Fayette County line, 
"Washington tp. 

FOX," SIMON— Kern & Fox— res with 
Jacob Kern, Richmond. 

Frame, William butcher, res Chester, 
Wayne tp. 

Frame, James Y. teamster, res Middleboro. 

Frammel, Rutn serv with J. N. Cox, Mid- 
dleboro. 

Francis, Edward notion pedlar, res e s 
Franklin bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Francis, Joanna teacher, res with Edward 
Francis, Richmond. 

Francis, Miss Sirena res with Edward 
Francis, Richmond. 

Francisco, Charles A. engineer, bds with 
Dr. L. J. Francisco, Richmond. 

Francisco, L. J. physician, e s Franklin bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Franklin, Miss Isabel res with Jas. Shau- 
man, Hagerstown. 

Frank, Francis L. passenger conductor on 
Central R. R., res w s Gaar n R. R. Rich- 
mond. 

Frank, Henry fireman, res with Mrs 
Esther League, Richmond. 

Franklin, Mrs. Elizabeth res with Mrs 
Julia A. West, Hagerstown. 

Franklin, Henry far 1£ miles s e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Franklin, Miss Julia res with H. Pres- 
baugh, Hagerstown. 

Franklin, Michael — Levinson ^ Franklin — 
res Pacific Hse, Cambridge. 

FRAZIER, ISAIAH justice and black- 
smith, res e s Main 2d hse n Washington St., 
Fairfax. 

Fraser, John cabinet maker, s s Main bet 
Center and Chestnut, Cambridge, res same. 

Fraser, Mary milliner, s s Main bet Chest- 
nut and Center, res same, Cambridge. 



Frasier, Paul far l\ miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Frauman, Charles wagon maker res with 
Edward Frauman, Richmond. 

Frauman, David res with Edward Frau- 
man, Richmond. 

Frauman, Edward stone mason, res w s 
Washington bet Market and Sycamore, 
Richmond. 

Fraver, John far e s Cambridge & Simons 
Creek pike, 2 J miles n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Frazee, Miss Mary A. res with James Fra- 
zee. 

Frazee, Hallis inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Frazee, Henry H. far res with J. Frazee. 

Frazee, James R. far res with Jas. Frazee, 
Washington tp. 

FRAZEE, JOHN H., U. S. revenue col- 
lector, s s Main bet Main Cross and West 
River Sts., res n s Main bet Main Cross and 
West River, Milton. 

Frazee, James far 5 miles s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Frazer, Miss Elizabeth A. res with James- 
Frazer, Green tp. 

Frazer, Frank far 1J milefl s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

FRAZER, ISAIAH lab for Miller, Study 
& Co., Economy. 

Frazier, James A. lab res Washington — 
Soldier. 

FRAZER, JAMES far l£ miles n Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Frazer, McCord far 1£ miles s e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Frazer, Miss Martha J. res with James 
Frazer, Green tp. 

Frazer, Philip lab res 1 mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Frazier, S. B. piano dealer, res w s Seventh. 
St. park, Richmond. 

Frederick, Jacob far n s Hagerstown & 
New Castle pike, 1 mile w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 



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FREE, JOHN W. far, dealer in patentl Frost, John far on Centerville pike, 3 miles 
rights, real estate, &c, res s s Nat. road onn Abington, Abington tp. 
Linden Hill, \ mile e Huntington Hse, Rich-; Fry, Oliver carp res e s Newport pike bet 
mond. [White Water and Richmond. 

FREEMAN, JOHN— Teas $ Freeman — | Fry, Oliver H. carp res s s Seventh bet 
nurserymen, Knightstown, Ind., res n s C. & South Park and South, Richmond 
G. E. R. R., Sevastopol. Fryar, Miss Angie res with Samuel Fryar, 

Freeman, Miss Cecilia res with W. H. Wayne tp. 
Freeman, New Garden tp. I Fryar Elizabeth — widow Bennett — res Ab- 

Freeman, Miss Cynthia res with Jas. Wil- ington. 
liams Perry tp. I Fryar, James gardener, res s e cor Market 

Freeman, Jane — cold, widow Robert — res mand Fifth, Richmond. 
s Front bet Chestnut and Plum, Cambridge.) Fryar, John C. carp res e s Sixth bet WaU 

Freeman, Lucy E. res with Wm. H. Free-jnut and Market, Richmond, 
man, New Garden tp. I Fryar, Miss Mary res with Mrs. Martha 

Freeman, L. J. — widow James IF.— res Taylor, Richmond. 



Fryar, Samuel far 3 miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

FRYAR, WILLIAM S. elk res 45 s Fifth, 
Richmond. 

FULGHUM, ALBERT B.^-Scott, Egli $ 



with J. Barnes, New Garden tp. 

Freeman, Miss Martha J. res with Wm. H. 
Freeman, New Garden tp. 

Freeman, Nancy E. res with Wm. H. Free- 
man, New Garden tp. 

Freeman, Pleasant far res on farm owned Co.— res with B. Fulghum. 
by Z. Thornburg, n s Muniee road, 2 miles n Fulghum, Mrs. Amanda res with Ed. 
w Economy, Perry tp. Weinstein, Richmond. 

FREEMAN, S G. res s w cor Tenth and ( FULGHUM BENJAMIN-*,, Egli 

Richmond. Mr. Freeman did more £ Cb.-minister bociety Friends, res e s Hills- 

for this book, including advertise- boro P lke ' 4 m L le n _e Richmond, Wayne tp 



Elm, 

canvassin^ 

ments, than any other one man, and with the 

most satisfactory results. 

Freeman, William H. far $ mile e Lynn- 



Fuighum, Miss Eliza B. teacher, res with 
Benjamin Fulghum, Wayne tp. 

FULGHUM, J. P. foreman "Hoosier Ag- 



tp 



ville pike, 3* miles n Newport, New Garden g^tang Works,'' iron dep't, res with Mrs. 
1 ' z L Rhoda Morris, Milton. 

FULGHUM, LEVI C. res with William 
Fulghum, Franklin tp. 

Fulghum, Mary M. — widow William — res 
w s Centerville & Newport road, 2\ miles s 



Centerville 



French, Francis sawyer, w s 
pike, Williamsburg — Soldier. 

French, Richard carp res Chester. 

French, Lewis lab res Washington. 

French, Luke, sr. 
forth. 

FRENCH, SAMUEL— Skinner $ Go.— 
res w s Washington bet Spring and Main, 
Richmond. 

French, T. B. — Campbell $ French — res s 

3 Main bet Front and Pearl, Richmond. 

French, William L. sawyer, res e s Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Friar, Elizabeth — widow Bennett — res Ab- 
ington. 

Fricker, Jacob lab res with Philip Jenkins, 

4 miles w Abington, Abington tp. 
Friller, James helper, res Clifton, near 

Richmond. 

FRINCK, S. ticket agt D. & W. R. R 
bds with Joshua Nye, Richmond. 

FRINK, S. ticket and freight agt E. & H. 
R. R., res Richmond. 

Frist, Jonas carp res Middleboro. 

FRITZ, ALBERT— Anderson $ Fritz- 
res with T. N. Anderson, Hagerstown — Sol 
dier. 

Fritz, Christian plasterer, res w s^Perry, n 
end Hagerstown. 

Fritz, Elizabeth — widow Ignatius — toll-gate 
keeper on Hagerstown & Franklin pike, 1 
mile n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp 



res with'Ozias Dun- w Newport New Garden tp 

FULGHUM, Miss SARAH JANE res 
with Mary Fulghum, New Garden tp. 

Fulghum, William far e s Chester & Arba 
pike, 2 miles s Randolph Co. line, Franklin 
tp. 

Fuller, Charles photographer with J. P. 
Addlcman, bds at Meredith Hse, Richmond. 

Fuller, James lab res Clifton. 

FULLER, REUBEN prop Meredith Hse, 
n e cor Main and Fifth, Richmond. 

Fuller, Miss Sarah dressmaker, bds with 
Robert Call, Richmond. 

Fuller, William lab res Sevastopol. 

Fulton, Robert T. far 4 miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

FULLERTON, J. E.— Faster $ Fuller (on 
—res s s Main bet Main Cross and Spruce, 
Centerville. 

Fulmer, John lab res Germantown. 

FULTON, THOMAS far 4| miles n w 
Richmond, e s Richmond & Williamsburg 
pike, Center tp. 

Funk, Christopher far res with Martin 
Funk. 

Funk, Henry far res with Martin Funk. 

Funk, Jacob res w s Walnut Cambridge. 

Funk, John far 1£ miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 



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ISA.AC H. JULIAN, Editor. 
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION, NO. 67 MAIN ST., 

(old broad ax building.,) 
RICHMOND, INDIANA. 

"THE TRUE REPUBLICAN" has closed its Seventh Volume. Now that 

" Wild War's deadly blast is blawn, 
And gentle Peace returning, " 

the Union saved, the Nation, we trust, to he regenerated, and our brave soldier-boys 
coming home to relieve the anxious fears and gladden the hearts of their friends, it may 
be fairly anticipated that there will be a great falling oft' in the circulation of the Daily 
Papers, and a proportionate increase of that of the Local Weeklies. This would cer- 
tainly be but just, for it is a notorious fact that the Dailies have grown rich, and the 
Weeklies poor, in consequence of the War. We deem the occasion a fitting one, there- 
fore, to bring our humble sheet more prominently before the public, sectionalizing what 
we have to say as to its peculiar claims upon the support of the people, and its busi- 
ness capabilities, as follows : 



1. Of present existing papers, "The True Republican" is the Pioneer of Anti- 
Slavery principles in Indiana. During the greater part of its existence, it was the only 
distinctively Anti-Slavery paper published in the State, and, as such, was the focus of 
opprobrium from all other quarters. It was just as firm and decided when Anti-Slavery 
principles were every-where spoken against, as it is now that the whole country has de- 
clared in their favor. And while it appears probable that Slavery in this country will 
soon be numbered among the things that were, yet the difference of moral and political 
light, which led some people to sustain it, and others to oppose it, will still remain with 
reference to all other questions of Human Rights, and we give our Anti-Slavery antece- 
dents as the best guaranty as to where we shall be found on all such questions. We shall 
advocate the EQUAL RIGHTS OF ALL MEN, irrespective of Race, Color, or Con- 
dition ; and, of course, shall urge giving the Right of Suffrage to all the Nation's loyal 
friends and defenders, holding that a black patriot is infinitely superior to a white rebel. 
The ''True Republican" is to-day the most Radical Newspaper in the State, 
pre-eminently, and will so remain. And it is the only Radical Republican paper of 
Wayne County. 

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2. It differs from some of its neighbors, which make a much greater " spread, " and 
assume "city airs," in having a leading political mission, fixed political and 

GENERAL PRINCIPLES, and CAREFUL LITERARY MANAGEMENT. It is not made Up of 

small-beer ''items," a re-hash of stolen editorials, long, wishy-washy volunteer puffs, and 
scraps gathered at random from ordinary sources. It appeals to intelligent readers, who 
know that a newspaper, like a book, is not to be judged by its size, but by the matter 
and spirit of it. 

3. It will remain, as it has been, a power in the politics of the country, the steady 
advocate of Popular Eights and Advancement, the friend of Free Discussion, giving 
large space to Home Affairs, to interesting Local and General Correspondence, a Select 
Miscellany, &c. Located now in the chief and central town of Eastern Indiana, it 
aspires to a wider patronage and leadership, and solicits the kindly aid of those who ap- 
prove its principles and course. 

4. We believe it is conceded to be a better paper now than it has ever been. It 
will be enlarged and improved from time to time, as its friends may signify their desire 
that it should be, by an increased patronage. "We think this a very fair proposition. All 
we ask is that people may make themselves acquainted with it, and give it such a support 
as they may deem it to deserve. 

II. 

1. The "TEUE EEPUBLICAN" has superceded the " Broad- Ax, " has suc- 
ceeded to its subscription list, "good will," and material, and is published at its old stand, 
No. 67, Main Street, Eichmond, Indiana. 

2. The " True Eefublican " is not a new paper. It is the same paper which was 
published for six years and a half (up to the beginning of the present year) at Cen- 
terville, Indiana, by I. H. Julian, its present editor. 

3. By the combination of the two subscription lists, the "True Eepublican" has 
become the best advertising medium in Eastern Indiana. Its circulation throughout the 
country and country towns is MOEE THAN TWO TO ONE of that of any other paper 
published in Eichmond, or Wayne County. It circulates, too, to a large extent, in a 
different channel from the other local papers, and among a class of people second to none 
other, pecuniarily or otherwise. 

4. In like manner, by the combination of the two offices, the TEUE EEPUBLI- 
CAN JOB PEINTING OFFICE is the largest, and, in many respects, the most com- 
plete of any other in this city. It is prepared to do as good general work as any other 
office, and challenges trial, and guarantees satisfaction in this department. Orders for 
Job Work and Advertising solicited by mail, through our agents or otherwise. Work 
returned promptly in the same way, free of charge. 

5. We publish or circulate our paper on Thursday Morning, and, in order to meet 
the mails, must go to press by Wednesday noon. Communications, therefore, should be 
in on Monday, and Advertisements and Business Notices by Tuesday evening, to insure 
insertion the same week. 



Terms, Payable Invariably in Advance. 

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" " Six Months 1 00 

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them, however, but send in your Subscriptions, Advertisements, and Printing. 

BST'Call or send for Specimen Number. 

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8g^°All Communications, whether on business of the office, or publication, should 
be addressed, 

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Richmond, Indiana. 



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FUNK, JOSEPH far 1J miles s Milton, 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Funk, Martin far lj miles n w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 



Funk, Sumn—widoiv James— res Centerville. 
Funk, Tobias teacher res with Martin Funk. 
Furgison, James — coi'd — teacher, res w s 
Main, East Cambridge. 



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Gaar, Abraham — A. Gaar § Go. — res w s 
North High, bet Center and Gaar, Richmond. 

Gaar, Miss Elmira res with Larkin Gaar, 
Boston tp. 

Gaar, Fielding mach res with Jonas Gaar, 
Richmond. 

Gaar, A & Co. — Abraham Gaar, J. Milton 
■Gaar, § Wm. G. Scott — Spring Foundry & 
Machine Works, foot Gaar St., Richmond. 

Gaar, J. Milton' — A. Gaar $ Co. — res s w 
cor Seventh and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Gaar, Jonas res w s Gaar, n railroad, Rich- 
mond. 

Gaar, Larkin, far n s Liberty pike, Boston 
tp, 5 miles s Richmond. 

Gaar, Samuel blacksmith res with Jonas 
Gaar, Richmond. 

Gahring, Harmon lab res w s Eighth, bet 
Walnut and South, Richmond. 

Gahring, Henry lab res 52 South Franklin, 
Richmond. 

Gallagher, Mary res with Amos Cook, Mid- 
dleboro, Wayne tp. 

Galloway, Miss Sarah res with Sarah Har- 
vcr Center tD 

GALVIN, JAMES lab s s Main, bet Third 
and Fourth, Centerville. 

Galvin, James lab res 4 miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Galvin, John lab res e s Boston tpke opp 
Fair Ground, Richmond. 

Galvin, Michael far res with Samuel S. 
Brown, Boston tp 

Gamand, Miss Maggie res with John M. 
Maxwell, Center tp. 

GANS, J. T. atty, notary public, & claim 
.-agt Gilbert's Block, n s Main, w Marion, up 

6 



stairs, res 47 e s Sixth, bet Walnut and Mar- 
ket, Richmond. 

Gannaway. Burrell Z. photographer s s 
Main, bet Poplar and Market, res same, 
Economy. 

Gant, Josiah far w s Jacksonburg and Ft. 
Wayne road, 2 miles n e Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp — Soldier. 

Gappen, Theresa — widow Tinnel — res with 
Jacob Dillman, Jacksonburg. 

Garber, Samuel painter res with] Ehrnart 
Kessler, Milton — Soldier. 

Gardner, B. H. res with Seth Gardner, 
Franklin tp. 

Gardner, Miss Christina res with Seth Gard- 
ner, Franklin tp. 

Gardner, Jacob H. train despatcher res 
with William Wilcox, Richmond. 

Gardner, James S. far res Chester. 

Gardner, M. T. carp res f mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Gardner, Miss Sarah res with Martin Cude, 
Wayne tp. 

GARDNER, SAMUEL B. carp res n s C. 
& G. E. R. R., Sevastopol. 

GARDNER, SETH far £ miles Randolph 
Co. line, Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp. 

Mr. Gardner is an old and respectable citizen 
of the county — a man fond of sport, and one 
who has spent a great deal of his time in the fox- 
chase, and delights yet in relating to his neigh- 
bors and friends his experience in the early set- 
tlement of the county. 

Garette, Judith — widow Oharles — w s Cen- 
terville pike, Williamsburg. 

Garigus, Mary J. inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 



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GARRARD, "WILLIAM carp res n s 
Cumberland, bet Milton and Dublin Sts., 
Dublin. 

Garreum, George, carp res s e cor Walnut 
and Railroad, Cambridge. 

GARRELL, Rev. A. V. minister M. E. 
Church, rea n s Main bet Jones and Green, 
Cambridge. 

GARRETT, HENRY elk in U. S. Patent 
Office, res with Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Rich- 
mond. 

Garrett, James far res 1^ miles n w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Garrett, John far 2J miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Garrett, John W. res with James Garrett, 
Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Garrett, Miss Melissa artist res with John 
W. Lough, Richmond. 

Garring, Joseph stonemason res n w cor 
Fifth and South, Richmond. 

Garvin, Catharine serv res Earlham Col 
lege. 

GASCOIGNE, JOHN carp res on Hills- 
boro pike, f mile n e Richmond — Soldier 

GASTON, ISAAC N. book-keeper for 
Howard & Grubbs, res e s Sixth, bet Main 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Gasttel, Miss Mary E. res with Allen Neff, 
Jackson tp. 

Gates, Cyrus E. livery- & sale-stable e s 
Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, res 41 South 
Franklin, Richmond. 

GATES, DANIEL S. express employer 
res bet Newport and Hillsboro pikes, n Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Gates, Henry far n s Nat road' 1\ miles w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Gates, Laborious A. 3 miles e Centerville 
Center tp. 

Gates, Mary — widow Avery — res n s Cum- 
berland, Dublin. 

Gates, Oliver peddler res e s Foundry St., 
Dublin. 

Gauding, Charles, boiler-maker bds with 
William Gauding Richmond. 

GAUDING, HENRY blacksmith res with 
William Gauding, Richmond — Soldier. 

GAUDING, WILLIAM blacksmith res 
with William Gauding, sen., Richmond. 

Gauding, William tailor with Kern & Fox, 
res w s Sixth, bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Gause, Isaac far 2 miles s e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

GAUSE, SAMUEL S. planer at Ezra 
Smith & Cos.; res e s Seventh, bet Park and 
South, Richmond — Soldier. 

Gavin, Sandford — col'd — far 4 miles n e 
Richmond, 2 miles e R. & H. pike, Wayne tp 

Gay, Milly — coVd— inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Gay William brakesman on D. & W. R. R., 
3e*with Sarah Dickenson, Richmond. 

Geary, Miss Filera res with Enos Geary. 



Gearhard, William retired res with George 
W. Richards, Hagerstown. 

Gearing, Valentine cooper s s C. & G. E. 
R. R., near depot, res same, Hagerstown. 

Gee, Miss Catharine — col'd — res Pacific 
Hse, Cambridge. 

Gee, Job far 2 miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Gee, John far, res with Job Gee, Wayne tp. 

Gee, Moses far \\ miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Gee, Ruth — col'd — res with William T, 
Shearon, Wayne tp. 

Geer, Miss Catharine res with H. H. Geer, 
Richmond. 

Geer, Henry H. res s end, Pearl, Richmond, 

Geisler, Adam cooper res with Conrad 
J. Geisler, Richmond. 

Geisler, Conrad J. cooper s e cor Perry 
and Madison, Hagerstown. 

Geisler, George shoemaker with Williams 
& Sheibler, res n s Walnut, bet Perry and 
Elm, Hagerstown. 

Geisler, Mary — widow Leonard — res with 
Conrad J. Geisler, Hagerstown. 

Gellinger, John far 4 miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Gentry, David grocer & justice of peace, 
s s Main, bet Main Cross and First, Center- 
ville. 

GENTRY, JAMES H. elk res cor Main 
and Ash, Centerville. 

Gentry, Thomas far res n w cor Main and 
Spruce, Centerville. 

Gentry, William far 2 miles a w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Gentry, William far n s Centerville & Ab- 
ington pike, 3 miles s w Centerville, Center tp. 

Gentry, William far e s Centerville and 
Abington pike, 3 miles s Centerville, Cen- 
ter tp. 

GEORGE, DAVID saddler res s e cor 
Seminary and West River Sts, Milton. 

George, Miss Mary res with Amos Hallo- 
well, Cambridge. 

George, S. A. painter, bds at Sherman Hse, 
Richmond— So Idier. 

Gephart, John carp res on Henry Crull's 
farm, Jefferson tp. 

Gephart, John far e s Cambridge and Hagers- 
town road, 2 miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Gephart, Michael far e s Cambridge and 
Hagerstown road, 2 miles s Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Gephart, Nancy — widow w s New 

River, \\ miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Gephart, William, far with John Gephart, 
Jefferson tp. 

Gergan, Charles lab res with James Balfe, 
Richmond. 

Gergan, James lab res with James Balfe, 
Richmond. 

Gibbons, Enoch, carp res e s Pearl, jbet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Gibbons, Homer far res e s Pearl, bet Syc- 
amore and Market, Richmond. 



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Henry T)w dii'Hory, 



Office and Residence 



No. 5, S. S, Main, bet. Front and Pearl Sts., 



R. J. HUBBARD, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in All Kinds of 

Cabinet Furniture. 

Furnishes Wood and Metallic Coffins to Order 
on Short Notice. 

Keeps for Sale Upholstery and Mattresses, 

WILTOW, INDIANA. 



Gibbons. Josiah, book agt res with Homer 
Gibbons. Richmond. 

GIBBS, IRA B. hardware dealer 60 Main, 
res 140 Main, Richmond — Soldier. 

Giberson, Alfred far 1 mile n w Fairfax, 
Green tp — Soldier. 

Gibson, Alexander lab 3 J miles n Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Gibson, Aaron lab res with Alexander 
Gibson, Center tp. 

GIBSON, BARTLETT lab res with Ben- 
jamin Cownover, "Washington tp. 

Gibson, Miss Emily, res with Alexander 
Gibson, Center tp. 

Gibson, John elk with B. B. Jordan, res 
with Timothy Jordan, Hagerstown. 

Gibson, Samuel P. far s s Olive Branch 
road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Gibson, Thomas, far 3 J miles s w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Gier, Charles — Schwegman Sf G-ier — res e s 
Marion, bet Market and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond. 

GIFFORD, ANDREW, far 4 \ miles s e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Gilbert, Miss Annie res with T. Gilbert, 
Jackson tp. 

Gilbert, Jonathan student Earlham, res 
Dublin. 

GILBERT, PHEBE J.— wife Joel, soldier 
— res n s Cumberland, w Johnson, Dublin. 

Gilbert, Thomas far 1 mile n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Gill, D. L. conductor bds at Huntington 
Hse, Richmond. 

Gillam, Dennis teamster res \ mile n Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

GILLESPIE, ROBERT I.— Shawnee In- 
dian — minister in Baptist Church and cooper. 
He was born in Virginia, and adeptod 
into a white family when four years old. He 
has paid several visits to his tribe, and retains 
a few traits peculiar to the Indian race. Res 
e s Williamsburg pike, 1 mile n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Gillispie, Martha — widow George — res n w 
cor Washington and College, Hagerstown. 

GILMORE, R. H. atty, notary public, 
and claim & pension agt, n e cor Main and 
Pearl (2d story), res s w cor Sixth and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

GINGERICH, CHRISTIAN far 4 miles 
% e Milton, Washington tp- 



Gingerich, Samuel retired res n s Main, e 
end, Hagerstown. 

Gipe, Miss Caroline res with George Gipe 
Germantown. 

Gipe, George, butcher res Germantown. 

Gipe Jacob express & ticket agt, res Ger- 
mantown. 

Gipe, John wagon maker res with G. Gipe, 
Germantown. 

Gipe, William lab Germantown. 

Girton, Jane — widow Jeremiah — res Boston . 

Girton, Miss Mary J. res with S. Girton, 
Boston. 

Girton, Sylvester far Boston. 

GIST, JAMES M. stock dealer res Hills- 
boro. 

Gist, Jefferson blacksmith res and shop e s 
Main, Bethel. 

Githens, Alonzo elk res n w cor Eighth and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

Githens, Miss Anna teacher res with Grif- 
fith D. Githens, Richmond. 

Githens, E. H. grocer 61 Main, res w s 
Sixth, bet Main and Broadway, Richmond ■ 

Githens,- Griffith D. manufacturer chair 1 
tops, n s Sycamore, bet Front and Pearl, res 
n e cor Front and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Githens, J. H elk res n w cor Franklin and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

GLARDON, J. foreman in Burkam & 
Perrine's distillery, res n s Main, bet Center 
and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

Gleason, Patrick lab res w s Nettle Creek, 
£ mile s Hagerstown, Jefierson tp. 

Glenn, James painter with P. Crocker, bds 
at Prescott Hse, Richmond. 

Glover, James — col'd — lab on Joel Rails- 
back's farm, Wayne tp. 

GOETTEL, ADAM grocer three miles w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Goff, Miss Margaret H. res with Nathaniel 
Jones, Richmond. 

GOHNER, JACOB— JacoJ Gohner § Co. 
— res Avenue Hse, Richmond. 

GOHNER, JACOB & CO.— Jacob G. $ 
Gottleib Lichtenfels — proprs Avenue Hse, w s 
Ft. Wayne Av n w R. R. depot, Richmond. 

Gohner, John, shoemaker res 63 South 
Franklin, Richmond. 

GOINGS, BALAAM T.— cofrf— lab res \ 
mile n Williameburg pike, 1 mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 
\ GOLDEN, D. B. far on Daniel Bulla's 



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"WAYNE COUNTY 



farm, f mile e Newport pike, 2 miles s e New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Golden, John lab res with James M. Starr, 
Wayne tp. 

Golden, Patrick lab res e s North Green, 
Richmond. 

Golding, John carp at John Endsley's, 2 
miles n e Abington, Abington tp. 

Goldman, Patrick lab res s s South Third, 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Good, John "W. plasterer & constable res 
s s Market, Economy. 

Good, Miss Melissa res with John Good, 
Economy. 

Good, Rudolph flouring mill and res \ mile 
e Franklin, Dalton tp. 

Good, Miss Sarah A. res with Robert S. 
Corntbwaite, Washington tp. 

GOODE, Rev. WILLIAM H. presiding 
elder Richmond District, M. E. Church, resi 
s e cor Seventh and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Goodenough, L. H., boiler maker res Rich- 
mond. 

Goodin, Jane — widow John — res with Mrs. 
Nancy Sharp, Wayne tp. 

Goodman, Joseph lab res s -e cor Marion 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

GOODNATJGH, MATTIE— «;?)% Joseph, 
soldier — res s s Nat road, West Dublin. 

Gordon, Miss Albany res with Robert Gor- 
don, Hagerstown. 

Gordon. James lab res w s Eleventh, n 
railroad, Richmond. 

Gordon, Edward fireman, bds with Harry 
Williams, Richmond. 

Gordon, Robert retired res e s Perry, bet 
Walnut and South Market, Hagerstown. 

Gordon, R. P. tinner bds with C. S. Pres-! 
cott, Richmond. 

Gorgas, L. H. fireman C. & G. E. R. B.J 
bds at Meredith Hse, Richmond. 

Gorman, J. W. far res e s Short, bet North 
and Union, Centerville. 

Gorman, Peter res w s Foot, bet Southj 
Second and Third, Cambridge. 

Gorman, Tady lab res e s Cemetery st., 
Richmond. 

Gorsuch, Miss Mattie res with William 
Gorsuch, Richmond. 

Gorsuch, William, ins agt res e s Pearl, b< t 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Gossett, Josiah, baker res e s Sixth, beti 
Sycamore and Fair Grounds, Richmond — j 
Soldier. 

Gossett, Joseph lab res No. 90 South Sixth,! 
Richmond. 

Gottschalk, Leonard far 3 miles s w Ab-j 
ington, Abington tp. 

Gough, Eliza J. — widow Joseph — res w s 
Camlridge and Franklin pike, 2-miles n Cam-{ 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Goyer, Charles, tutcher res 57' South Ma- 
rion, Richmond. 

Gower, Henry far 2^ miles s e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. ^ 



GOWER, PETER far e s Centerville and 
Abington pike, 2 miles s Centerville, Cen- 
ter tp. 

Grabill, George grocer & liquor dealer n vr 
cor Main and Plum, res same, Hagerstown. 

Grace, Michael far 4 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Grace, Thomas stock dealer A\ miles n 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Graft , Marcus Y. express agt n e cor Fifth 
and Vine, res Huntington Hs'e, Richmond. 

Graft', P. C. elk express office, res Hunting- 
ton Hse, Richmond. 

Graham, Allen entirely helpless from rheu- 
matic affection, in which condition he has 
been for 8 years. Res on farm, 3 miles n 
Chester, Franklin tp. 

Graham, Washington far Center tp 3 \ miles 
w Richmond. 

GRANT, ALFRED A.— roVd— carp bds 
with Harrison Medlind, Richmond — Soldier. 

GRANT, GEORGE H.— Allen $ Grant— 
res 29 South Fifth, Richmond. 

Grant, Miss Mary L. res with R. D. Grant, 
Richmond. 

GRANT, R. D. master mechanic C. & G. 
E. R. R., res e s Sixth, bet Main and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

Graves, Miss Arminda res with Billy Ma- 
rine, New Garden tp. 

Graves Brenard tailor res n w cor South 
and Seventh. Richmond. 

Grave, Curtis retired res e s Ninth, bet Sas- 
safras and Mulberry, Richmond. 

GRAVES, DAVID grocer w s Pearl, near 
Wilson •& Elliott's store, res w s Pearl, s 
Spring, Richmond. 

Graves, Edmund far 1 J miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Grave, H. H. res with William Grave, 
Wayne tp. 

Graves, Howell iron store 3 s Noble, bet 
Fifth and Sixth, res w s Newport pike, n 
Richmond. 

Grave, Judith — widow George AT. — res South 
Peo 1, Richmond. 

GRAVE, J. C. far 1 mile w Hillsboro, 
i ranklin tp. 

Graves, Miss Lydia res with David P. 
Graves, Richmond. 

Grave Mahala res with William Grave, 
Wayne tp. 

Grave, Mary H. res with Paul Starbuck, 
Wayne tp. 

Graves, Milton — col'd — lab res with Harri- 
son Medlind, Richmond. 

Grave, Polly — widow Peter — res s s Nat. 
road 2d house e of fonndry, Dublin. 

Grave, Sarah res f mile s Hillsboro w s 
pike Franklin tp. 

Graves, Susan J. res with J. L. Stidan 
Wayne tp. 

Grave, Warner far res with Joshua Ben- 
nett Wayne tp. 



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MICHAEL & MORRIS, 



DEALERS IN 



CLOCKS. WATCHES. & JEWELRY. 



SPECTACLES, GOLD PENS, 

LADIES' AND GENTLEmlFS GOLD CHAINS, FANCY GOODS, k, k 
MILTON, INDIANA. 



GRAVE, Wm. far 3 miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Gravatt, Francis H. far res with John L 
Campbell, Jefferson tp. 

Gray, Miss Alice res with James Gray. 

Gray, James far l|nwof Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Gray, Joseph far res on county line road 
Jackson tp. 2J miles w of Milton. 

Gray, Mary — widow — res with J. Gray. 

Gray, samuel C. blacksmith res s e cor Mil 
ton & Harrison, Dublin. 

Gray, Wilhelm brakeman res s e cor 
Washington and Cliff, Richmond. 

Grear, Fred, lab res e s 7th bet Walnut and 
South, Richmond'. 

GREEN, CHARLES— T. B. Green $ Bros. 
— res Abington — Soldier. 

GREEN, EMANUEL far 1 mile s 
Wayne Co. pike, 3 miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Green E. T. far res w s Spruce bet Walnut 
and Spice, Centreville. 

Green, Frank far res w s Spruce bet Wal- 
nut and Spice, Centreville. 

Green,. Garrett painter res n s Railroad st 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Green, George W. far e s Connersville and 
Centervllle pike £ mile n Fayette Co. line. 

GREEN, GEORGE W. & CO.— G. W. 
Green $• Jacob Shrunk — butchers e s Foote bet 
Main and Railroad sts., Cambridge. 

Green, Hyatt far 2 miles n e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Green, John far 2 miles n e Willamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Green, Joseph — Mind — broom maker on 
the farm of Nathan Hawkins, Wayne tp. 

GREEN, JOSEPH K. far s s Central R. R. 
2 \ miles w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Green, Miriam W^ teacher res with Joseph 
Thorpe, Newport. 

Green, Oliver C. carp res w s Dublin st n 
Harrison, Dublin. 



Green, Rhoda E. teacher res with Joseph 
Thorpe, Newport 

GREEN, THADDEUS Q.— T. B. Green $ 
Bros. — res Abington — Soldier. 

GREEN, THOMAS B.— Green cj- Bros*— 
res Abington — Soldier. 

GREEN, T. B. & BROS.— Thomas B. G. 
Charles G. and Thaddeus G. G. — carriage and 
wagon makers, Abington. 

GREEN, TIMOTHY V. carp res 70 South 
Sixth, Richmond — Soldier. 

Green, Lydia — widow Dr. — res with Jo- 
seph P. Strattan, Richmond. 

Greenlee, John silk printer res with John 
Calvert, Wayne tp. 

Greenstreet, Jesse far 2 miles s Economy, 
Perry tp. 

GREGG, EDGAR A. cooper res e s Main, 
Williamsburg — Soldier. 

Gregs?, Edgar elk at AVilson & Elliott's, 
bds at Joseph P. Strattan's, Richmond. 

Gregg, Harmon carp res on farm owned by 
Oscar Miller 3 miles n e Olive Hill, Center 
tp. 

Gregory, Edward watchman res w s Gaar; 
opp Spring foundry, Richmond.. 

GREGORY, HENRY Sr. gardener res n s 
Front bet Green and Jones, Cambridge. 

Gregory, James W. res with J. Edwards 
w Richmond. 

Gregory, John, molder res n s Washing- 
Av., Richmond. 

Greisefell, A. lab res 84 South Franklin, 
Richmond. 

Greive, Harmon lab res w s Marion bet 
Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Greive, Henry cabinet maker res w .> 
Washington bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

GRESH, JOSHUA pork packer e end Ca- 
nal st res s e cor Main Cross and Walnut. 
Milton. 

Griffin,. Harriet — refugee — res w s Green, 
bet Main and Walnut,. Richmond. 



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Griffin, Jacob far 2£ miles s e "Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Griffin, James gas fitter res with "William 
Mason, Kichmond. 

Griffin, Joannah — widow James — res e s 
Pearl bet Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Griffin, John helper res Clifton near Kich- 
mond. 

Griffin, Joshua far e s pike 2 mile n Cen- 
treville, Centre tp. 

Griffin, Miss Maggie res with Mrs. -Joan- 
nah Griffin, Richmond. 

Griffin, Miss Nancy A. res with Mrs. Har- 
iet Griffin, Richmond. 

Griffin, William grocer s e cor Main and 
"Walnut, res same, Cambridge. 

Griffith, Allen far res n w cor South 
and Connersville sts, Milton. 

GRIFFITH, D. L.— D. L. Griffith $ Co.— 
Bds at Huntington House, Richmond. 

GRIFFITH, D. L. & CO.— D. L. Griffith, 
$ M. T. Antrim — Dry goods dealers n w cor 
Main and Fifth, Richmond. Cincinnati Store. 

Griffith. Edward dentist res 22 South Front, 
Richmond. 

GRIFFITH, ELI C. shoemaker res s w cor 
Main and Walnut, w Cambridge. 

GRIFFITH, JOHN carp n e ear Cliff and 
Gaar, w Richmond. 

Griffith, John W. carp res s s Nat. road h 
mile e Richmond. 

Griffith, Miss Margaret res with E. V. Da- 
boll, Richmond. 

Griffith, Miss Marietta res with Edward 
Griffith Richmond. 

Griffith, Paul carp bds at Meredith House, 
Richmond. — Soldier. 

Griffith, R. A. — Plummer <$" Griffith — res s 
e cor Cherry and Seminary, Milton. 

Griffith Wm. lab — refugee from rebel army — 
res with James Bailey. 

Griggs, Edwin railroad employee res with 
Samuel Conover, Richmond. 

Grills, Henry far w s West river 2^ miles s 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Grimes, A. Clinton res with Mrs. Mary 
Grimes, Wayne tp. 

Grimes, Ann — widow Milton — res Boston. 

Grimes, Armstrong far w s Richmond and 
Boston pike 2 miles s Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Grimes, Christopher lab res w s Tenth n R. 
cR., Richmond. 

Grimes, Mrs. Edward res w s South High 
st, Richmond. Husband in California. 

Grimes Miss Eliza A. res s s Market bet 
.Fifth and Sixth, Richmond. 

Grimes, Frank nursery agt, res with W. C. 
Clark. Richmond. 

GRIMES, Miss JENNIE res with Mrs. 
Caroline Boyce, Richmond. 

Grimes, Isaac M. res with John T. Wil- 
liams, Boston tp. 

Grimes, Miss Lizzie res with Mary Grimes, 
Wayne tp. 



Grimes, Martha — widow Robert — res n w cor 
Sixth and Market, Richmond. 

GRIMES, MARY — vridow George — near 
Boston tp line e s Boston pike 3 miles e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Grimes, Miss Nettie res with John T. Wil- 
liams, Boston tp. 

Grimes, Robert far e s Richmond & Liberty 
Straight-line pike Boston tp 4 miles s Rich- 
mond. 

Grimes, Sarah — widow James — res with S. 
Miller, Wayne tp. 

Grimes, William S. res with Armstrong 
Grimes, Wayne tp. 

Griss, Patrick lab res with John Kennedy, 
Center tp. 

Grisson, Samuel boiler maker bds with 
James Brown, Richmond — Soldier. 

Groendike, Thomas W. far l£ miles s Dub- 
lin, Jackson tp. 

Groff, W. H. prop'r meat shop n s Main 
bet Washington and Front, res e s Fifth bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Grooms M. printer res s s East Main, Cen- 
terville — .Soldier. 

GROSS, JAMES E. physician and prop'r 
Greenmount Retreat H miles s e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Grothans, Garret cabinet maker e s Pearl 
bet Main and Walnut, res same, Richmond. 

GROTTENDICK, HENRY grocer 121 
Main, res e 6 Seventb st park below Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Grottendick, William teamster res s w cor 
Eighth and Walnut, Richmond. 

Groutman, Christian far e s Boston pike 1 
mile s Richmond. 

Groves, Allen teamster res with David Ul- 
rich, Jefferson tp. 

Groves, Miss Caroline res with David 
Groves, Hagerstown. 

Groves, David millwright res n s Main w 
Pearl, Hagerstown. 

Groves, Jacob lab res n s Main bet Wash- 
ington and Pearl, Hagerstown. 

Groves, Miss Sarah A, res with David 
Groves, Hagerstown. 

Groves, Sarah — wife William, soldier — 
res on farm owned by Anna Culbertson, 4J 
miles n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Grubb, James mach (at Robinson mach 
works) bds at Sherman House, Richmond. 

GRUBBS, J. W.— Howard $ Grubbs— res s 
w cor Ninth and Sassafras, Richmond. 

GUARD, JOSEPH T. far res w s Conners- 
ville pike \ mile n Milton. 

Guard, Joseph far w s Connersville pike n 
Milton. 

Gucker, John far on farm owned by 
Samuel Caldwell, Washington tp. 

Gucker, Thomas far res 3 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

GUINA, HARRISON M. far res with 
Hannah Nicholson, Franklin tp. 



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Gulliver, Aaron barber n s Main bet Center 
and canal, res same, Cambridge. 

Gulliver, Catharine — col'd widow — res w s 
Marion bet South and Mill, Richmond. 

Gulliver, Miss Eliza — col'd — res with Cath- 
arine Gulliver, Richmond. 

Gulliver, Margaret — coUd — res at Hunting- 
ton House, Richmond. 

Gunckel, Aaron shoemaker res Washing- 
ton — Soldier. 

Gunckel, Albert far res with John Hoover. 

Gunckel, David plasterer res Washington. 

Gunckel, Miss Mary A. res with David 
Gunckel, Clay tp. 

Gunter, Anthony potter res 5 miles s e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Guthridge, J. W. trav agt for B. & O. R. 
R. res w s Spruce bet Walnut and Main, 
Centerville. 

Guy, Miss Ella res with Joseph Wallace, 
Richmond. 

Gwinn, Benjamin far res with Charles 
Gwinn, Jefferson tp. 



Gwinn, Charity — widow John — res n s Ha- 
gerstown and Winchester road 2 miles w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

Gwinn, Charles far w s Cambridge and Dal- 
ton pike 2>\ miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Gwinn, Cyrus B. prescription cl'k res e s 
North Walnut, Economy. 

Gwinn, Ellen res with Mrs. Charity Gwinn, 
Perry tp. 

Gwinn, Harvey far with Charles Gwinn, 
Jefferson tp. 

Gwinn, Henry far with Charles Gwinn, 
Jefferson tp. 

Gwinn, John W. far on farm owned by Ja- 
cob Keplinger, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson 
tp. 

Gwinn, Pleasant far n s Muncie road If 
miles n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Gwinner, Lewis mach bds with Mrs, E* 
Foulke, Richmond. 



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Haas, Harriet — widoio John — res 51 South 
Fifth, Richmond. 

Haas, Thomas expressman, res 61 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Haas, William shoemaker, n s Main bet 
Center and Chestnut, res ]- mile n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Haberkern, Charley — Pike Sf Habcrkern — 
res e s Washington bet Sycamore and Mar- 
ket, Richmond. 

Hack, Anthony saloon, w s Ft. Wayne Av 
bet North High and Washington Av, Rich- 
mond. 

HADLEY, Hiram teacher, res w s Ninth, 
bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Hadley, Jeremiah res w end Market, in 
the first brick house ever built in Richmond. 



Hadley, James W. res with Jeremiah Had- 
ley, Richmond. 

Hadley, John C. ins agt res with Jeremiah 
Hadley, Richmond. 

Hadley, Mary — widow Eli — res with Fran- 
cis Thomas, f mile s Newport. 

Haeger, Henry lab res e s Seventh bet Wal- 
nut and South, Richmond. 

Hagamon, John molder, res e s Milton n 
R. R., Dublin. 

Hagerty, Miss Martha res'- with Thomas 
Obrien, Center tp. 

Hagerty, Susan — widow John — res 5 miles 
n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Hahn, W. H. painter with Thos. Mason, 
bds at Baker Hse, Richmond. 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Haiger, Mary E. inmate "Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

HAINS, AMOS— 0. B. Jackson $ Co.— 
res s w cor Second and Main, Centerville. 

Haines, Eleanora — widow John — res s e cor 
Sixth and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Hain, John tobacconist, res German town. 
Haines, Job far res w s Spice bet Spruce 
and Ash, Centerville. 

Haines, Miss Mollie E. res with Eleanora 
Haines, Eichmond. 

Haines, Joshua W. dry goods, 27 Main, 
res w s Tenth bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Haines, "William far n s Greenmount pike, 
\\ miles s e Richmond, "Wayne tp. 

Hair, James G. mach res e s Seventh bet 
Sassafras and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Hair, Joseph H. mach res with James G. 
Hair, Richmond. 

Hair, Miss S. J. teacher, res with James G. 
Hair, Richmond, 

Haislett, Mary — widwo Robert — res 3 miles 
s w Richmond, "Wayne tp. 

Haisley, Davis far 1£ miles e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

HAISLEY, ELIHU far and wood chop- 
per, e- s Winchester & Fairfax pike, 3 miles 
s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Haisley, Franklin far and blacksmith, | 
mile s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Haisley, John far If miles e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Haisley, Jonathan far lj miles s e Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Haisley, Joseph far 2 miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

HAISLEY, JOSIAH far res on Chester & 
Arba pike, e s, Franklin tp, adjoining Ran- 
dolph Co. 

Haisley, Ruth minister Orthodox Friends, 
res New Garden. 

Halderman, Alfred far with John Haider- 
man, Jefferson tp. 

Halderman, Miss Diana res with John Hal- 
derman, Jefferson tp. 

Halderman, John far e s Hagerstown & 
Dalton pike, 2 miles n w Hagerstown, Jetfer- 
son tp. 

Hale, Alfred dairyman res with W. H 
Hale, Richmond. 

HALE, MILES M. agt for Ind. Fire Ins. 
Co., res w s Front bet Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 

Hale, William H. dairyman, res on Boyce 
farm, adjoining Richmond on the south, en- 
trance from High St., opp s end Pearl. 
Haler, John W. res Washington. 
Haley, Bridget res with H. M. Conklin, 
Jackson tp. 

Haley, John far res with Lawrence Haley, 
New Garden tp. 

Haley, Lawrence far 2 J miles s w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 



Haley, Miss Margaret res with Thomas 
Wood nut, Richmond. 

Haley, Miss Mary res with Nathan Ben- 
nett, Cambridge. 

Hall, Hampton miller at City Mills, re* 
near the Mills, s end Jackson, Richmond. 

Hall, James far ss Franklin road, 1^ miles 
w Economy, Perry tp. 

Hall, Miss Jane res at Sherman Hse, Rich- 
mond. 

HALL, JESSE K. far on W. Bennett'* 
farm, 5 miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hall, Miss Polly res at Sherman Hse, 
Richmond. 

HALL, WILLIAM tanner and currier, 
foreman for Wiggins & Co, res e s Washing- 
ton bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

HALLEY, WILLIAM H. far Washing- 
ton tp, 4 miles w Centerville. 

Halsay, Richard H. far res with Wm. Hal- 
say, Jackson tp. 

Halsay, William far res 1 mile s w Cam- 
bridge City. 

Ham, Ensley grocery and boarding hse, w 
Main Cross bet Main and Plum, Center- 
ville, res same. 

Ham, Miss Eliza E. res with Ensley Ham, 
Centerville. 

Ham, Miss Frances res with O. P. Layard, 
Richmond. 

HAM, JACOB H. far 2 miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Ham, Jason Ind. Military and Sanitary 
agt at Louisville, Ky., res 44 North Marion,. 
Richmond. 

Ham, Jason T. conductor on Government 
train, now in North Carolina. 

Hamdier, Fred, cooper, res e s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hamel, Henry grocer, s s Main bet Jones 
and Green, Cambridge, res same. 

Hamilton, Alexander far res with Henry 
Bidel, Washington tp. 

Hamilton, Austin harnessmaker, n s Main 
bet Center and Foot, res n s Main, East 
Cambridge. 

Hamilton, C. B. peddler, bds at Baker Hse, 
Richmond. 

Hamilton, Charles H. far bet White Water 
and Nolandsfork, 5 J miles s e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Hamilton, James gardener n s Nat. road, 
2 J miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hamilton, John A. far res with Mrs. Mar- 
tha Hamilton, Washington tp. 

Hamilton, John W. far e s Jacksonburg 
road, 3 h miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

Hamilton, Lucy Ann — cold — res on Wm. 
Hough's farm, 1 mile e Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Hamilton, Martha — widoiv Thomas — res (> 
miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

HAMILTON, PATRICK far 4 miles s o 
Centerville, Center tp. 



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DAVID NORDYKE, 



PETER JOHNSON, 



GEORGE ECKEL. 



NORDYKE & CO 



DEALERS IN 



A.nd Manufacturers of 

TIN, SHEET-IKON AND COPPER- WARE. 

No. 77 Main, betvpeen Marion and Franklin Sts., 

RICHMOND, IND. 

AGENTS for POTMAN'S CLOTHES WKINGEK, and DUNCAN'S 
FKUIT DKYEK. 



Hamilton, Miss Sarah E. res with James 
Hamilton, Wayne tp. 

Hamilton, William harness maker, res 
East Cambridge. 

Ham ire, Frederick cooper, res e s Seventh, 
opp the park, Richmond. 

HAMM, BENJAMIN far 2} miles s e 
Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

HAMM, GEORGE A. far 2 miles n 
Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Haram, Miss Rebecca E. bds with Benja- 
min Hamm. 

Hamman, Christian — Hamman § Winter- 
ling — res w s Marion bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Hamman, John — Hamman <j Winterling — 
res s s Main bet Green and Jackson, Rich- 
mond. 

Hamman & Winterling — J. H., (J. H. $ 
J. W. — brewers, s s Main bet Green and 
Jackson, Richmond. 

Hammer, Miss Amanda res with Joseph 
Hammer, Perry tp. 

Hammer, Jesse dry goods, n s Main bet 
Main Cross and West River, res same, Mil 
ton. 

HAMMER, JESSE C. merchant, res cor 
Main and Walnut, Newport. 

HAMMER, JOSEPH far and auctioneer, 
res \ mile e Economy & Winchester road 
leaving said road 1£ miles n Economy, Perry 
tp. 

Hammitt, Hiram agt e s Johnson n Cum- 
berland, Dublin. 

Hammond, Charles inmate Wayne Co. 
Asylum. 

Hammond, James — Hammond § Orull — 
res e s Foundry St., n s Dublin. 

Hammond, Sebra U. ins agt bds 14 North 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Hampton, Annie student Earlham, i 
Chester. 

Hampton, Dunham far 4 \ miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 



Hampton, Jacob D. far w s Union pike, 5 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hampton, Jane — widow David — res 5 miles 
n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hampton, Jehiel far 2| miles n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hampton, Lewis far 3\ miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

HAMPTON, MAHLON T. far res with 
Jane Hampton, Wayne tp. 

Hampton, William M. far e s Newport & 
Arba road, 1 mile n e Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Haner, Frederick, sen., lab res w s Fifth 
bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Haner, Frederick cigar maker, res with 
John Ganer, Richmond — Soldier. 

Haner, Henry tanner res e s Front bet Mill 
and South, Richmond. 

Haner, Henry lab res n e cor Sycamore 
and Franklin, Richmond. 

Hanglay, Thomas lab res s s South Third 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

HANKINS, ALFRED far 1$ miles s Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

HANKINS, Miss S. A.—M. Mote $ Co.— 
bds with Lewis D. Stubbs, Richmond. 

HANNAH, FERNANDES H. far e s 
Jacksonburg & Waterloo road, 4 miles s e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Hannegan, Miss Mary res with J. A. 
Bridgland, Richmond. 

Hanseman, Henry carp with Ezra Smith 
& Co., res w s Franklin bet Market and Syc- 
amore, Richmond. 

Hantzsche, Charles potter res w s Green 
bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond — Sol- 

HARDIN, Rev. FRANK A. ins agt rea 
w s Main Cross bet Spice and South, Center- 
ville — Soldier. 

HARDIN & MILLER— Russell H $ Geo. 
M. — grocers, n e cor Davis and Cumberland, 
Dublin. 



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HARDIN, iUlSELL— Hardin $ Miller 
-res s e cor Dublin and Cumberland, Dub- 



lin. 

Hardin, "William D. res s w cor Johnson 
and Cumberland, Dublin 

Harding, John L. house painter, res e s 
Front bet Mill and South, Richmond 

Hardman, Daniel far e s Cambridge & 
Franklin pike, 3$ miles n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Hardman, Israel l'ar res 3£ miles n Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Hardman, Susan — widow David — res n s 
Hagerstown & New Castle pike, 1 mile w 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Hard-wick, John far 4 miles n w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Hardwick, Peter far 4 miles n w Williams 
burg, Green tp. 

Harker, James F. carriage maker, res w s 
Eighth bet Walnut and South, Richmond. 

HARLAN, DAVID far res 1 mile s e 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 

HARLAN, Rev. ELIHU minister Chris- 
tian Church, res Bethel, where he located in 
the year 1817, and spent the greater portion 
of his time in agricultural pursuits, and 
preaching the Gospel. To him is that portion 
of the county greatly indebted for his labors, 
both temporal and spiritual. 

Harlan, James T. far res adjoining Bethel 
on the east. 

Harlan, Joshua retired, res \ mile s Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Harlan, John T. far res \ mile s Bethel. 

Harlan, Joseph S. far l| miles s w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Harlan, Nathan painter, res Bethel. 

Harlan, Stephen res Bethel — Soldier. 

Harless, Silas far res Jacksonburg. 

HARLOW, WICKLIFFE res with J. S. 
Harlan, Franklin tp. 

Harmasch, Christopher far e s Boston tpke 
1 mile s Richmond. 

Harnass, Josephine serv res with Wm. B. 
Morgan, Wayne tp. 

Harned, Isaac F. dry goods, s e cor Main 
and Perry, bds with Joseph Thrasher, Ha- 
gerstown. 

HARPER, D. B. carp res with John 
Beard, Richmond. Refugee from rebel ar- 
my, having been conscripted, and served 20 
months before he found an opportunity to 
escape ; was in the battles of the Wilderness 
and Spottsylvania C. H. 

Harper, John D. miller, res w s Main 
Cross bet Spice and South, Centerville. 

HARRIMAN, THOMAS F. teacher, bds 
with Dr. S. B. Harriman, Richmond — Soldier. 

HARRIMAN, S. B. physician, 23 South 
Front, res same, Richmond — Soldier. 

Harrington, Dennis lab res w s South Sec- 
ond bet Jones and Green, Cambridge 

Harris, Abraham far 1| miles s w New- 
port, New Garden tp 



Harris, Miss Achsah Ann res with Elijah 
Harris, New Garden tp. 

HARRIS, ADDISON H. far 2| miles s w 
New Garden P. O. ; formerly a merchant; 
was in State service during Morgan's raid. 

Harris, Allen W. far e s Greensfork, 3 
miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Harris, Miss Anna teacher, res with Wm. 
Harris, New Garden tp. 

Harris, Anna res with Josephus Harris, 
New Garden tp. 

Harris, Benjamin far res n w cor Fifth and 
Mulberry, Richmond. 

Harris, Branson L. trustee Clay tp, and far 
adjoining Washington on the east. 

HARRIS, CURTIS carp res lj miles n w 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 

Harris, David M. far n s Par. & Williams- 
burg road, 2£ miles s w Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Harris, George B. far 1J miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

HARRIS, HENRY M. res 1 mile e Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

HARRIS, JESSE M. far \ mile w R. & N. 
pike, 2J miles s Newport. 

Harris, J. Milton far on farm of Thomp- 
son Harris, Wayne tp. 

HARRIS, JOHN M.— Spear $ Harris— 
bds at Lashley Hotel, Centerville. 

Harris, John — cold — lab res with Harrison 
Medlind, Richmond. 

Harris, John far on farm owned by Felix 
Conklin, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Harris, John S. — Purviance Sc Harris — res 
Newport. 

Harris, Josephus far 3 miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Harris, S. T. carp res with Benjamin Har- 
ris, Richmond. 

Harris, Levi J. far 3 miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Harris, Miss Mattie teacher, res with Ben- 
jamin Harris, Richmond. 

HARRIS, MARTHA— wife of Jesse, sol- 
dier — res 3 miles s w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

HARRIS, Rev. MILTON R., United 
Brethren, res 2| miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Harris, Pennington far res with Elijah 
Harris, New Garden tp. 

Harris, Sarah Ann— icidow Henderson C, 
soldier — res Newport, New Garden tp. 

HARRIS, THOMPSON far $ mile e Wil- 
liamsburg pike, 5 miles n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Harris, William far \ mile n e Fairfax, 
New Garden tp. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM H.res Washington. 

Harris, Willis L. far 3 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Harris, Winsten E. far n s Greensfork, 2 
miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Harrison, George brakeman, bds with Mrs. 
Ellen Hatson, Richmond. 



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J. ]NI. cockef^ir 



M I * ■*' 



-m. .If 



AND 

COFFIN MANUFACTURER, 

CAMBRIDGE CITY, - - INDIANA. 

Keeps a full supply of Metallic and "Walnut Coffins, Enamel Finish. "Will attend 
Funerals with Hearse and Carriages on short notice. 

^-WAEE K06M8: 

North-East Corner Main Street and Canal. 



Harrison, Harlan physician, Newport. 

Harrison, Henry mach res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Harrison, Henry G. file maker res e s South 
High, Richmond — Soldier. 

Harrison, Israel S. shoemaker, res n gate on 
Chester & Arba pike, Franklin tp. 

Harrison, John harness maker, res 74 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Harrison, James engineer, bds at Sherman 
Hse, Richmond. 

HARRISON, Rev. JOHN minister Wes- 
leyan Methodist Church, res w s Sixth bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Harrison, Joseph G. lab res with Harlan 
Harrison, Newport. 

Harrison, Miss Martha res with "William 
Chance, Richmond. 

Harrison, Miss Mary H. teacher res with 
John Harrison, Richmond. 

Harrison, Timothy res £ mile w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Harter, Reason — Harter Jf Raffe — res w s 
New River, 1 mile s e Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Harter, Levi far n s Hagerstown & Blunts- 
ville pike, 1 mile s Franklin, Dalton tp. 

Harter & Raffe— R. H. $ R. F. R.— saw 
mill on West River, 1 mile n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

HARTER, JOSEPH L. engineer, res w s 
Elm, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Harp, Daniel far on land of Wm. Ruther- 
man, 3 miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Hart, Daniel cooper, res w s South Third, 
bet Foot, and Green, Cambridge. 

HART, ISAAC far Boston tp, 4 miles s e 
Richmond. 

Hart, James millwright, res s w cor Main 
and Perry, Hagerstown. 

Hart, Jane — widow William — seamstress, 
res e s Green bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Hart, Miss Jennie res with James Hart, 
Hagerstown, 



HART, JOHN S. tailor, res w s Marion, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hart, Miss Mary seamstress, res n s Main, 
Germantown. 

Hart, Miss Nancy seamstress res n s Main, 
Germantown. 

Hart, Samuel lab res with Sanders Widup, 
Boston tp. 

Hart, Timothy far with James F. Kerlin, 
Wayne tp. 

Hartman, David far 3 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Hartman, Frederick far res with Henry 
Hartman, Washington tp. 

Hartman, Henry far Washington tp, 5 
miles s w Centerville. 

Hartman, Miss Lydia res with Henry 
Hartman, Washington tp. 

HARTMAN, SAMSON far res with Hen- 
ry Hartman, Washington tp. 

Hartman, Miss Sarah res with Henry Hart- 
man, Washington tp. 

HARTMAN, WILSON far res with R. 
S. Carnthwaite, Washington tp. 

Hartup, Edward far on farm owned by 
Charity Gwin, s s Munice road, 2 miles n w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

Hartzler, Elias carp res Germantown. 

Hartzler, Jacob mechanic, res w s South 
Third bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Hartzler, John res Germantown. 

HARVEY, CHARLES far 1 mile s Nat. 
road, leaving said road 1$ miles e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

HARVEY, ELIJAH far e s Washington 
pike, If miles e Washington, Clay tp. 

Harvey, Minnie C. student Earlham, res 
Centerville. 

Harvey, Miss Nancy M. res with Mum- 
ford Beeson. 

HARVEY, SARAH— widow John— res 2 
miles n w Centerville, Center tp. 

Harvey, Thomas G. harness maker, res 
with Nathaniel Tingle, Milton. 



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Harvey, William far 1 mile s Nat. road, 
leaving said road H miles e Richmond. Em- 
igrated from North Carolina in 1807; has 
resided on this farm 57 vears. 

HASECASTER, "FRED., carp res with 
Geo. Hasecaster, Richmond — Soldier. 

HASECASTER, GEORGE— Geo. Hase- 
caster $ Co. — res e s Seventh opp the park, 
Richmond. 

HASECASTER, GEO. & CO.— Geo. H. 
$ Win. Cain, jr. — sash, door and hlind factory, 
e s Ft. Wayne Av. bet Vine and Noble, 
Richmond. 

Haslum, William far Dalton tp, 3£ mile 
n Hagerstown. 

Hass, David lab res Sevastopol. 

Hastings, Aaron teacher, res with Mrs. 
Jane Hastings, Wayne tp. 

Hastings, Aaron far \ mile n Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Hastings, Elias far Boston tp, 4£ miles s e 
Richmond. 

Hastings, Miss Elmira res with Abraham 
Jones, Milton. 

HASTINGS, IRA C. cooper, res with 
Abraham Jones, Milton. 

Hastings, Jane — widow William — res w s 
Nat. road, 1 mile w Richmond. 

Hasting, Michael miller, lj miles s Frank- 
lin, Dalton tp. 

Hastings, Phebe — widow John — res with 
Mordecai Hiatt, near Milton. 

Hastings, Rebecca teacher, res with Mrs 
J. Hastings, Wayne tp. 

Hastings, Seth res with Mis. Jane Hast- 
ings, Wayne tp. 

Hatfield, Elizabeth — widow John — res with 
Joshua Foulke, Richmond. 

Hatfield, Jonas far 1$ miles w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. Mr. Hatfield is one of the 
oldest settlers of the county, having been a 
resident 52 years. 

Hatfield, Jonas, jr. — Hatfield $■ Yager — res 
Washington. 

HATFIELD, JOHN livery and sale sta- 
ble, w s Fifth bet Main and Broadway, res e 
s Franklin bet Spring and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

HATFIELD, JOHN H.— Williams $ Hat- 
field — res No. 7 "Price's row," North Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Hatfield, Miss Julia A. res with Jonas 
Hatfield, Clay tp. 

Hatfield, Lucy res with T. B. French, 
Richmond. 

Hatfield, Moses postmaster and grocer, res 
Washington. 

Hatfield, Sarah — widow Thomas — Wash- 
ington. 

Hatfield, William elk Washington. 

Hatfield & Yager — Jonas H. $ Joseph Y. — 
flouring and saw mill, Washington. 

HATHAWAY, JOHN M. far 5 miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 



Hathaway, Miss Margaret res with John 
M. Hathaway. 

Hathaway, Miss Priscilla res with John M 
Hathaway. 

Hathaway, Miss Sarah res with John M. 
Hathaway, Washington tp. 

HATTAWAY, E. B.—Hattawm/ <$• Bowefr 

res s e cor Perry and South Market, Ha- 
gerstown. 

HATTAWAY & BOWEN-E. B. H. fr 
J. A. B.— marble dealers, e s Perry bet Main 
and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Hatton, Miss Margaret bds with John H. 
Hutton, Richmond. 

HAUGHTON, R. E. physician and sur- 
geon, w s Franklin bet Walnut and Main, 
res same, Richmond. 

Haungs, Miss S. res with F. Schibler, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Hauseman, Miss Lizzie res with James 
Hibbard, Richmond. 

Havekottle, William painter res w s Frank- 
lin bet Sycamore and Market, Richmond — 
Soldier. 

Hawke, G. P. file factory e s Ft. Wayne 
Av. bet Vine and Noble, res e s Franklin bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hawke, Mrs. Mary milliner, e s Franklin 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hawkins, Miss Anna S. res with Jnathan 
Hawkins, Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, Eli res with Nathan Hawkins, 
Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, James F. far res with Jno. Moore, 
Boston tp. 

Hawkins, Miss Jane res with Nathan Haw- 
kins, Wayne tp. 

HAWKINS, JOHN far bet D. & W. R. 
R. and the river, lj miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, J. B. blacksmith, res Middleboro. 

Hawkins, John M. far res with Jonathan 
Hawkins, Wayne tp. 

HAWKINS, JONATHAN far n s Fast 
Fork, 2 miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, Levi far res with John Hawkins, 
Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, Lindley A. far res with Jona- 
than Hawkins, Wayne tp. Served 60 days 
in the army; also in the Morgan raid. 

Hawkins, Miss Mary E. res with Jonathan 
Hawkins, Wayne tp. 

HAWKINS, NATHAN far bet E. & H. 
R. R. and old Nat. road, H miles e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. Nathan and John Hawkins 
were born in what is now Wayne Co., before 
Indiana was organized as a State, and so far 
as they know Nathan is the oldest native 
of the county now residing in it. Their 
parents removed from North Carolina to 
Ohio, thence to Wayne Co., arriving in 1807, 
and spent 47 years here without a death in 
the family. 

Hawkins, Nathan, jr. far res with John 
Hawkins, Wayne tp. 



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FIREMENS INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF 

DAYTON, OHIO. 

Established in 1842. ^Reorganized in 1856. 

CAPITAL INCREASED TO $200,000.00. 

Present Capital & Surplus, - $225,000.00. 

S. CRAIGHEAD, President. 

J. B. KING, Secy. R. R. CHADWICK, Asst Sec';/. 

A. FRONDHOFF, Surveyor. 

Win. BELL, Agent, Richmond, Ind. 

William Bell is also Notary Public, Real Estate and General Agent. 



Hawkins, Nathan far res with J. Elliott, 
Jackson tp. 

Hawkins, Newton M. far res with Jona- 
than Hawkins, Wayne tp. 

Hawkins, William blacksmith, res Mid-1 
dleboro. 

Haxton, Hosea far 2 J miles n w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Haxton, James lab res If miles n Econo- 
my, Perry tp. 

Haxton. Wm. W. res with Hosea Haxton, 
New Garden tp. 

Hay, Daniel far with Zachariah Albaugh, 
Jefferson tp. 

Hays, James M. elk res e s Front bet Wal- 
nut and Market, Richmond. 

Hays, Mark elk Washington. 

Hays, Mark blacksmith, shop and res 2 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Hays, Roberts retired, res e s Foundry St., 
Dublin. 

Hays, Willis carp res bet Main Cross and 
Spice, Centerville. 

Hays, William lab res Clifton. 

Hayes, W. G. books and stationery, s sj 
Main bet Main Cross and Spruce, res s s| Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 
Main bet Main Cross and Spice, Centerville. Heintzelman, Miss Lou res with 

Havhow, William carriage painter, resJHeintzelman, Richmond. 



Hebbei, David far U miles e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Hebler, Adam lab w s Washington bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Heckinan, Henry res s e cor Washington 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Heckman, John H. lab res n w cor Wash- 
ington and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Hedgepeth, Arthur far 1 mile n e Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Hedgepeth, William B. res with Arthur 
Hedgepeth, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Hedrick, Miss Margaret works in woolen 
factory, res with Mary Doyle, Wayne tp. 

Hegard, John stone mason, res w s Sev- 
enth bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Heidkump, Frank cooper, res East Oak- 
land, 1 mile s e Richmond. 

Heilhaus, Bennett far res on Wayne farm, 
at junction of Boston & Union Co. straight- 
line pikes, H miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Heier, Mary — ividoio Henry — res vr s Ma- 
rion bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

HEINTZLEMAN, S. W. foreman in carp 
shop C. & G. E. R. R., res e s Franklin bet 



with Wm. Smith, Center tp 

Haythorn, Edward carp J mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Hazleton, Mary — widoiv — res with W. R. 
Foulke, Wayne tp. 

Heacoek, Daniel S. far Washington tp, 1 
mile s Cambridge. 

Heally, Andrew boiler maker, res n s 
Washington Av. n C. & G. E. R. R. shops, 
Richmond. 



lab 



L. W. 



South 



HEIXER, DAVID 

Franklin, Richmond. 

Heiney, Abraham res on Cambridge & 
Simon's Creek pike, 4 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Heiney, Daniel far res with Leah Heiney, 
Jackson tp. 

Heiney, Jacob far e s Cambridge & Dalton 
tpke, 4 miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Heiney, John blacksmith, res n s Simon's 
Creek pike, 2 miles n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Heiney, Joseph K. far res with J. Heiney, 



Heap, Elizabeth — widow Jehu — res T 
Eighth bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Heart, Miss Emily res with Rankin Bawl- Jackson tp. 
drige. Heiney, Leah — widow George — resesCam- 

Hebbler, Charles lab res w s Front, s Mill, bridge & Simon's Creek pike, 3 miles n Dub- 
Richmond — Soldier. J\in. Jackson tr>. 



|\in, Jackson tp. 



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Heiney, Noah far on farm of Abraham! Hendershott, Isaac carp res 4 \ miles n e 
Heiney, Jackson tp. [Centerville, Center tp. 

HEINY, SOLOMON B — D. W. Hunt £ Hendrick, B. Y. lab res with J. Frazer, 
Co. — res n s Main bet Walnut and Jones, Green tp. 



res with Solomon 



'S 



Cambridge. 

Heiny, Miss Sarah 
Heiny, Cambridge. 

Heiney, Miss Susannah res with J. Heiney 
Jackson tp. 

Heist, George res with Jacob Heist, Jack- 
son tp. 

Heist, Henry A. res with Jacob Heist 
Jackson tp. 

Heist, Miss Hattie res witb Jacob Heist, 
Jackson tp. 

Heist, Jacob far n s Nat. road, \ mile n e 
Germantown, Jackson tp 

Heist, Miss Margaret res with Jacob Heist, 
Jackson tp. 

Heland, Samuel miller, w s R. & H. pike, 
2 miles n Kichmond, "Wayne tp. 

Helen, Samuel lab res 2\ miles n Kichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Helena, Miss Laura res with W. Iff. Wood, 
Cambridge. 

Helms, Daniel lab res with Simeon Hen- 
wood, Abington tp. 

Helms, Miss Eliza res with Isaiah Helms, 
Abington tp. 

Helms, Elizabeth res with Isaiah Helms, 
Abington tp. 

Helms, Isaiah far 3 \ miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Helms, Miss Lucy res with Isaiah Helms, 
Abington tp. 

Helm, Reuben lab res s s Nat. road, h mile 
e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Helms, Miss Susan res with Sabra Helms 
Abington tp. 

Helm, S. far 3 miles s e Washington, Cen- 
ter tp 

Helms, Sabra — widow Henry — res 4 miles w 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Helms, William lab res with George W. 
Davis. Center tp. 

HELM, Wm. H. teamster, res with Isaac 
Miller. 

HEMINGTON, JAMES confectioner, e s 
Fifth bet Main and Broadway, res same, 
Richmond. 

Henby, Eli far \ mile w Cambridge. 

Henderson, David carp res 44 South Fifth, 
Richmond. 

Henderson, Eliza — ividow Washington — res 
n s Main bet Spruce and Ash, Centerville. 

Henderson, Elizabeth res Newport. 

Henderson, Ensley gate keeper and justice 
of peace, res on Lynnville pike, n Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Henderson, James lab res Abington. 

Henderson, N. D. far res 2 J miles s w 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 

Henderson, Richard elk res w s Green bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 



Hendricks, Miss Egentine res with F. 
Hendricks, Wayne tp. 

Hendricks, Elizabeth — widow — res with F. 
Hendricks, Wayne tp. 

HENDRICKS, FREDERICK W. far e s 
R. & L.-C. pike, 4 miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hendricks, Miss Mary A. res with F. 
Hendricks, Wayne tp. 

Hendrickson, Francis inmate Wayne Co. 
Asylum. 

Hendrickson, Gregg carp res w s Marion 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond — Soldier. 

Henegar, James res w, s Sixth bet Vine 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

HENLY, HENRY far on Newport and 
Arba road, 2 miles n e Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Henly, John far and carp 2 miles n e New- 
port, New Garden tp ; also of firm of Henly, 
Stratton & Co., Richmond. 

Henly, Ripin — cold — lab res with John G. 
Noah, Washington tp. 

Henly, Samuel — Henly, Stratton cj- Co. — res 
e s Sixth, bet Sassafras and "Vine, Richmond. 

Henly, Stratton & Co. — Samuel H, John 
H, Joseph S. <f" J. S. Starr — commission mer- 
chants, junction of Fifth St. and Ft. Wayne 
Av., Richmond. 

Henley, William lab res 5- Main (2d story), 
Richmond. 

Hennameier, John lab res w s Franklin bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Hennings, David far w s R. & H. pike, 4 
miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hennings, Harriet res with David Hen- 
nings, Wayne tp. 

Hennigan, James A. carp res 35 Sixth, 
Richmond. 

Henry, Alexander mach bds at Eagle Hse, 
Richmond. 

Henry, Alpheren brick maker, res Sevas- 
topol. 

Henry, David D. blacksmith, res Eagle Hse, 
Richmond. 

Henry, Marshall G. patent rights, res 
e s Sixth bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Henshaw, Mrs. Carrie res with Ensley 
Ham, Centerville. 

Henson, Solomon lab res 2| miles s w 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

HENSON, THOMAS lab res with Solo- 
mon Henson, Wayne tp. 

Henson, William lab res with Solomon 
Henson, Wayne tp. 

Henwood, Simeon far 4 miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Henwood, Stephen far 4 miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 



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DR. 33. M TJ L L, E H , 




Gives especial attention to all 

Chronic and Private Diseases. 

A thorough education at the best Medical Colleges and Hospitals in Europe, and the ex- 
perience of ten years practice in this country, will enable him to promise relief, and in many 
cases cure diseases that have heretofore been considered incurable. 

Office and Residence No. 64 South Pearl Street, 

i£icn]\i:oivr> 9 iivi>. 



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Testimonial from Citizens of Richmond, Indiana. 

I have been under the treatment of physicians in England, Canada, and the United States 
none of whom did me any good, and all finally told me they could not cure me. Since I have 
been under the treatment of Dr. Muller, my health is better than it has been for many years. 

MARY ROBSON. 
We are well acquainted with Mary Robson, and know that her statements are true. 

WM. BELLIS, 
GEO. WILLIAMS. 



Henwood, Samuel far s s Nat. road, 3$ 
miles e Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Hepp, Charles maeh res w s Ninth, Rich 
mond. 

Herbin, Harrison far e s Jacksonburg road 
4 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

Herbin, Mary E. — widow Washington — res 
on farm owned by Rev. A. Marlatt, 4 miles s 
e Milton, "Washington tp. 

Herbst, Miss M. A. C. res with M. D. 
Herbst, Milton. 

Herbst, M. D. brick maker res s s Walnut 
bet Cherry and Brook, Milton. 

Heritage, Dayton res n s Main East Cam- 
bridge. 

Heritage, Sarah — widow Jonas — res n s 
Main, East Cambridge. 

Herlman, Joseph lab res w s South Pearl, 
opp Cascade Garden, Richmond. 

Hermon, Magdalena res n s Conneraville 
bet West River and Canal St., Milton. 

Hernley, Abraham res n s Main bet Foot 
and Green, Cambridge. 

Herold, Ferdinand carp and cabinet maker, 
res n e cor Pearl and South, Richmond. 

Herring, John fireman, res with James A. 
Hennigan, Richmond. 

HERRLNGTON, ISAAC H. saddles and 
harness n s Cumberland bet Johnson and 
Davis, res same, Dublin. 

Herrold, Ferdinand chair maker with 
Thos. Mason, res e s Pearl bet South and 
Mill, Richmond. 



Hertoler, Henry carp res s s Basin bet Cen- 
ter and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

Hervey, Samuel postmaster, res s s Cum- 
berland bet Milton and Dublin Sts., Dublin. 

Hervey, Thomas mach bds with Wm. Hall 
Richmond. ' 

Hessman, Henry lab bds with Mrs. Louisa 
Hessman, Richmond. 

Hessman, Louis painter bds with Mrs. 
Louisa Hessman, Richmond. 

Hessman, William woodworker res with 
Mrs. Louisa Hessman, Richmond. 

Hessman, Louisa — widow Henry res e s 

Pearl bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

HESTER, ISAAC carp res s s Cumber- 
land bet Johnson and Davis, Dublin— Sol- 
dier. 

Hesting, Anton cooper, res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Hesting, Miss Emana res with David Nor- 
dyke, Richmond. 

Hetherington, Edward mach res n e cor 
Front and Market, Richmond. 

Hewing, Gertrude— widoio Theodore—res 
w s Front, s end, Richmond. 

Hewett, Charles far res on farm owned by 
Jonathan Brewer, n s Muncie road, 1 mile n 
w Economy, Perry tp. 

Hewett, Thomas M. far on farm owned by 
Wm. Jordan, s s Muncie road, 2. miles n w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

Hewett, William H. dentist a s Main bet 
Marion and Pearl, res w s Washington bet 
Spring and Main, Richmond. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Hiatt, Anthony lab res with C. Schover, 
Richmond. 

Hiatt, Miss Asenath a mute from birth, 50 
years old, res with Silas Hiatt, Milton. 

Hiatt, Daniel H. far res 2 miles n e Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Hiatt, Eleazar res with Isaac Votaw, near 
Chester. Mr. Hiatt was a member of the 
first Legislature that met at Indianapolis, 
and is now 82 years of age. 

HIATT, ELIHU far res on farm of Jabez 
Hiatt, Franklin tp 

Hiatt, Jabez far res 1 mile w Bethel, n s 
pike, Franklin tp. 

Hiatt, Jesse dry goods, n e cor Cumberland 
and Johnson, res same, Dublin. 

Hiatt, John far 2£ miles s e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Hiatt, Louisa teacher, res with Levi Jes- 
sup, Wayne tp. 

Hiatt, Mordecai far adjoining Milton on 
the south. 

HIATT, RILEY far e s C. & A. pike, £ 
mile n Chester, Wayne tp 

Hiatt, Silas far res s s High bet West 
River and Main Cross, Milton. 

HIATT, WILLIAM far res 1\ miles n w 
Hillsboro, on Chester & Arba pike, Franklin 
tp. 

HIATTS, WILLIAM J. blind manuf res 
with W. P. Waring, Richmond. 

Hibbard, E. G. elk express office, res with 
James Hibbard, Richmond 

Hibbard, James physician res n w cor 
Fifth and Broadway, Richmond 



bet Spice and Walnut, res s w cor Main 
Cross and Spice, Centerville. 

Hill, Charles far n s Boston pike, Boston 
tp, 4 miles s e Richmond. 

Hill, Clayton W. son of and res with 
Enos Hill, Wayne tp. 

Hill, Daniel C. teamster res with Charles 
Hill, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Hill, David H. far res with Benjamin Hill, 
Wayne tp. 

Hill, Elizabeth M. — widow Henry —res s s 
Main bet Third and Fourth, Centerville. 

HILL, ENOS far s s east fork White- 
water, 2^ miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

HILL, EZRA H.—Hill $ Wetherald— res 
e s Hillsboro pike, \ mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hill, George far n s Williamsburg pike, 8 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

HILL, HARMON far bet Nat. road and 
E. & H. R. R., 2\ miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hill, Miss Henrietta, res with Enos Hill, 
Wayne tp. 

Hill, James teamster res s e cor Washing- 
ton and Clay, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Hill, James L. brickmason, res cor Main 
Cross and Walnut, Centerville. 

Hill, Jane — cold — res with William Hill, 
Perry tp. 

Hill, John H. far res with Harmon Hill, 
Wayne tp. 

Hill, Ivittridge far res n e cor Main and 
Second, Centerville. 

Hill, Martha — widow Benjamin, sen. — one 
of the first settlers of the county, res with 



Hibberd, Miss Alice res with Geo. HilL 6 ^™" Hill > W »y n « fc P- 



Wayne tp. 

Hibberd, Miss Phebe res w s Franklin bet 
Sassafras and Broadway, Richmond. 

Hibbers, D. express employee, res Heck's 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

Hickey, Thomas far 2^ miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hiers, Moses lab Centerville. 

H1GGS, GEORGE far 4 miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

HIGGINS, JOHN J. carp res w s Foun- 
dry n Harrison, Dublin. 

Higgs, Robert ga. aener, 1 mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Highfield, Miss Rebecca res with James 
Cook, Green tp. 

Hightield, W. S. lab res with James Cook, 
Green tp. 

Hill, Aaron iar res on Chester & Arba 
tpke near junction with Bethel tpke, Frank- 
lin tp. 

Hill, Miss Annie M. res with Ezra Hill, 
W'ayne tp. 

Hill, Adam far res with W. Hill, Frank- 
lin tp. 

HILL, BENJAMIN far s s Nat. road, 3\ 
miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

HILL, C. A. blacksmith, s s Main Cross 



Hill, Miss Mattie E. res with Benjamin 
Hill, Wayne tp. 

Hill, Miles far res 1 mile s e Bethel, Frank- 
lin tp. 

Hill, Miss M. res with Whitmer Hill, 
Franklin tp. 

Hill, Milton — coVd — lab res with Samuel 
Bundy, Richmond. 

HILL, NATHAN res with Aaron Hill, 
Franklin tp. 

HILL, ROBERT far 1 mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hill, Samuel C. vinedresser, res near Har- 
mon Hill, 2h miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hill, Thomas — col'd — enlisted March, 1865, 

3g't and Co. not known ; res previous to 
enlistment with Dr. G. W. Champ, Dublin. 

Hill, Whitmer far res 1 mile s Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

HILL, WILLIAM res with Aaron Hill, 
Franklin tp. 

Hill, William— Hvjf $ Bill— res Newport. 

Hill, William far res 1 mile s w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Hill, William — coVd — lab res f mile n w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

HILL & WETHERALD— E. H. $ H. L. 
W. — flouring mill, w s Hillsboro pike, $ mile 
n Richmond. 



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J. W. BURSON & CO., 

— MANUFACTURERS OF — 

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OIL CAKE AND CAKE MEAL, 

RICHMOND, INDIANA. 





Mills one-half mile North of City, on the Newport Pike. 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID EOH FLAXSEED 



Himes, Samuel far s s county road, 3 miles 
n Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Hinchliff, George knife maker res w s 
Hillsboro pike, 1 Smiles n Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Hinckley, Frank B. peddler, bds at Baker 
Hse, Richmond. 

Hindel, Samuel lab res with Peter Agal, 
Jackson tp. 

Hinderman, H. grocer, n s Main bet Cen- 
ter and Canal, res same, Cambridge. 

HINDMAN, GEORGE far n s Washing- 
ton & Hagerstown pike, 2 miles w Washing- 
ton. 

HINDMAN, GILLISPIE far n s Hagers- 
town & Washington pike, 1 mile e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Hines, Boliver far res on farm owned by 
Thomas McConiaha, 3 miles s Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Hines, Isaac — Bowman ^ Hines — res If 
miles n Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

HINSDALE, D. C. telegraph operator, 
res s s Washington Av., w Quaker City 
Works, Richmond. 

Hinshaw, Hiram drayman, res with Simeri 
Hinshaw, Richmond. 

Hinshaw, Iram — Ohance $• Hinshaw — res 
with S. Hinshaw, Richmond. 

HINSHAW, ISAAC far n s Williams- 
burg & Centerville pike, 2£ miles s w Wil- 
liamsburg. Green tp. 

Hinshaw, Simeri drayman, res s s North 
High bet Center and Gaar, Richmond. 

Hinshaw, Susan res with Sam'l Clements, 
New Garden tp. 

Hinshaw, William B. dry goods, &c., n e 
cor Main and Poplar, res w s Walnut s Main, 
Economy. 

Hipp, Enoch lab on farm of John T. Vor- 
hees, Franklin tp. 

Hipes, Miss Damaris res with Sarah Hipes. 

Hipes, Emanuel H. res with Sarah Hipes. 

Hipes, Mary — widow Nicholas — res adjoin- 
ing Jacksonburg on the west, Harrison tp. 



Hipes, Sarah A. — widow Joel — prop Dublin 
Hse, s s Cumberland bet Dublin and Davis. 
Dublin. 

Hirshfield, William carp res w s Washing- 
ton, bet Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Hirst, Miss Caroline, res with Jonathan 
Hirst, Richmond. 

HIRST, ELISHAF. watch maker & jew- 
eler 62 Main, bds with Jonathan Hirst, Rich- 
mond. 

HIRST, JONATHAN watch maker with 
E. F. Hirst, res 46 North Fifth, Richmond. 

HITTLE, GEORGE far 5 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Hiser, Catharine — tcidow John — 4 miles w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Hittle, Miss Sarah res with George Hittle. 

Hittle, S. L. dealer in real estate s w cor 
Main and Seventh, res same, Richmond. 

Hixan, M. grocer & baker n s Main, be*/ 
Center and Canal, res same, Cambridge. 

Hoar, Barner lab res Washington. 

HOBBS, M. W. physician s s Main, bet 
Fifth and Sixth, bds with Aaron Brown. Rich- 
mond. 

Hockett, Benjamin traveling agt res n e 
part Richmond, near Quaker Church. 

Hockett, Cyru3 wagon maker, Dalton. 

Hockett, John cabinet maker, Franklin. 

Hockett, Seth teamster res with William 
Test, Jefferson tp. 

Hockett, Simri blacksmith £ mile s Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Hockett, Warner res 2\ miles e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Hodges, James C. far Eastep's farm w s 
Richmond and Boston pike, \\ miles s Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp, 

Hodgin, Cyrus W. teacher res with Tilnias 
Hodgin, Wayne tp.. 

Hodgin, Miss Eunica weaver with J. & 
Wm. Test, res with Rums Test, Jefferson tp. 

Hodgin, Jesse res with Elias Baldwin, New 
Garden tp. 

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WAYNE COUNTY 



Hoclgin, Joseph carp res with Tilnias Hod- 
gin, Wayne tp. 

Hodgins, Milton far on farm of D. A. Beed, 
"Wayne tp. 

Hodgins, Pleasant lab res with Nathan 
"Wilson, "Wayne tp. 

Hodgins, Miss Buth weaver with J. & ¥m, 
Test, res with Eufus Test, Jefferson tp. 

HODGIN, TILNIAS broom maker res at 
toll-gate on Newport pike, 1 mile n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

HODSON, JOHN M. far w s E. & N. 
pike, 3 J miles s Newport. 

Hodson, John C. far s s Union pike, 3 miles 
n w Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Hodson, William far 1 mile e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Hoelscher, Bernhardt lab res e s Pearl, bet 
Mill and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

HOEENEE, DAVID baker e s Pearl; bet 
Walnut and Main, res same, Eichmond. 

Hoffman, Miss Fannie C. res with P. S. 
Hoffman, Eichmond. 

Hoffman, Frederick W. tinner w s South 
High, Eichmond. 

Hoffman, P. S. propr " Oddfellow's Com- 
panion, " res 25 South Seventh, Eichmond. 

Hofschneider, John gardener res e s Pearl, 
bet Main and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Hogan, Miss Anna res with Nathan H. Eay- 
mond, Cambridge. 

Hogan, Miss Margaret music teacher res 
with Margaret Hogan, Eichmond. 

Hogan, Margaret — widow John — res e 8 
Marion, bet Main and Spring, Eichmond. 

Hogan, Miss Mary res with Margaret Ho- 
gan, Eichmond. 

Hogan, Thomas — CfHara § Hogan — bds 
with Margaret Hogan, Eichmond. 

Hogarth & McGuire — Sarah J. Hogarth cj- 
Isabel McGuire — dress-makers 93 Main, sec- 
ond story, Eichmond. 

Hogarth, Sarah J. — widow Edwin P. — U $ 
McGuire — res 93 Main, 2d story, Eichmond 



Holland, George atty 46 Main, 2d story, 
res 26 South Seventh, Eichmond. 

Holler, Caswell blacksmith res Abington. 

Holler, Gabriel wagon-maker res Abington. 

Holler, Martha — widow Daniel — res with 
Moses Eobertson, Hagerstown. 

Hollett, John S. medical student res with 
William F. Miller, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Hollett, Thomas far 2£ miles n e Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Hollingsworth, Charles chair finisher res 
with Benjamin Fulghuni, Wayne tp. 

Hollingsworth & Gundry — Miltoyi H. ^* 
Gundry — proprs Commercial College, 



s s Main, bet Pearl and Marion, Eichmond. 

Hollingsworth, Henry far res 2J miles n e 
Economy. 

Hollinsworth, James far 2 mile n w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Hollingsworth, John far 5 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Hollingsworth, Milton — Hollingsworth § 
Gundry — res n s Main, bet Front and Wash- 
ington, Eichmond. 

Hollopeter, Miss E. I. res with John Hollo- 
peter, Eichmond. 

Hollopeter, John, carp res n w cor Wash- 
ington Av and Center, Eichmond. 

HOLLOPETEE, WILSON mach res with 
John Hollopeter, Eichmond. 

HOLLO WAY, D. ?.— Holloway cj- Davis 
Eichmond. 

David P. Holloway was born in the month of 
December, 1800, under a buckeye tree, in what is 
now the suburbs of Waynesville, Warren County, 
Ohio. His parents were emigrating to Indiana 
Territory, and pitched their tent for the night 
on the spot above named, and when the morning 
dawned, a young "Buckeye" had joined the 
group, ready to move on with them to the "Hoo- 
sier" land of promise. The family settled in 
this county, east of Richmond. The boyhood 
days of Mr. Holloway were spent on the farm 
with his father. At an early age he commenced 



learning the art of printing in one of the first 

Hoggan, Joel shoemaker res West Eich-! ffices ever started in Richmond. After working 

mond. a short time there, he went to Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Hoggard, Hickson E. far near junction of! and served a regular apprenticeship in the office 

Chester & Arba with Bethel fcpke, Franklin of the "Cincinnati Gazette, " while it was under 

tp. He was driven from North Carolina i n |the editorial management of that distinguished 



the spring of 1864, on account of his Union 
principles. 

HOGGATT, ABNEE W. far H miles n 
e Economy, Perry tp. 

Hoggatt, Miss Delphina res with Abner 
Hoggatt, Perry tp. 

Hogleboom Ann — widow Abraham — res 
with Ephraim Chase, Eichmond. 

Hogston, Hannah res s s Muncie road, f 
mile n w Economy, Perry tp. 



writer, Charles Hammond. The ''Richmond 
Palladium" having been established by Nelson 
Boon in 1830, and in eonseqence of the ill health 
of Mr. Boon — which resulted in his death — the 
paper went into the hands of Mr. Larsh ; but at 
the end of its first year's existence, Mr. Hollo- 
way bought the office, and commenced editing 
and publishing the paper on his own account ; 
and, with the exception of one year — 1835 — con- 
tinued with it to the present time. In 1843 he 
was elected to represent Wayne County in the 



HOLCEOFT, THOMAS plasterer res e 8i lo ^ e . r h o™? of the ; St fte Legislature for one year, 
Fifth, bet Walnut and South, Eichmond. M m 1844 ™*lf State Senate for 

TT '.j . „ /-.v.**. r , -n , six years. In 1849 he was appointed by Presi- 

Holderman, Allen res s s Cliff, bet Pearl dent J Taylor Examiner of Land offices, and in 
and M. W ayne Av, Richmond. ]S56 was c i e cted to represent this district in the 

Holkamp, John F. lab res es Washington,|united States Congress. In 1861 he was ap- 
bet Sycamore and Mill, Eichmond. Ipointed by President Lincoln Commissioner of 



CITIZENS 1 DIRECTORY, 



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ROBERT HOSEA & CO., 

WHOLESALE QaOGEai 

Corner ]VTair± and Front Streets, 

ciisrciisrisr^^Ti, ohio. 



Have constantly on hand one of the most 

EXTENSIVE STOCKS OF OROCERtES 

To be found in the City. 



Purchasers are Invited to Call and Examine the Stock of this 
Louis,' Established House. 



Parents, which office he held until July, 1S65, 
when he resigned. 

HOLLOWAY & DAVIS— D. P. Eollo- 
u-ay 4' B. M. Davis — editors and publishers 
"Palladium." e s Pearl, bet Main and Spring. 
Kichmond. 

HOLLOWAY, J. Si..— Ridge & Ob.— bds 
with H. H. Crocker, Richmond — Soldier. 

HOLLOWELL, AMOS tinner n s Main. 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Hollowell, Mrs. Mary, res with Mrs. Mary 
Plummer, Richmond. 

HOLLOWELL, SILAS plasterer res e s 
Sixth, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Holmes, John W. far res with Walker 
Holmes, Wayne tp. 

HOLMES, M. GL— Button, Mather $ Go. 
— res s s Nat road, 1 mile e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

HOLMAN, JOSEPH res ns Main, bet 
Second and Third, Centerville. 

Mr. Holrnan came to this county from Ken- 
tucky, February, 1S05, and settled with his fa- 
ther on a farm two miles south of Richmond. 
He was elected member of the Territorial Legis- 
lature in the spring of 1816; was a member of 
the Constitutional Convention which met at Cor- 
ydon, and framed the first Constitution of Indi- 
ana ; was elected a member of the first Legisla- 
ture under the Constitution, December, 1816, 
which position he held until 1822, when he was 
appointed Receiver of Public Moneys at Fort 
Wayne, where he continued until 1833, when he 
moved to Peru, Ind., where he remained until 
1843. Now resides in Centerville. 

Holmes, Nancy res with John Dougan, 
Wayne tp. 

Holmes, Robert far res with Parmelia Kailes- 
back, Abington tp. 

HOLMES, WALKER far n s Green- 
mount pike, 2 miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Holmes, William shoemaker res Abington. 

Holt, Miss Emma res with J. N. Drury, 
Jackson tp. 

Holtkamp, Harmon teamster bds with C. 
Fetter, Wayne tp. 



Homan, Isaac E. teamster res s w cor Cher- 
ry and Walnut, Milton. 

Homan, James potter res Newport. 

Homes, David lab res with Levi C. Ell- 
wood, Center tp. 

Homes, James, jun., res with James Homes, 
Franklin tp. 

Homes, James, sen., far lh miles w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. Mr. Homes was a soldier un- 
der Gen. Harrison, is now (April, 1865) 76 
years of age, and remarkably strong and 
vigorous. 

HOOVER, DAVID, sen., res e s Rich- 
mond and Newport pike, l£ miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Mr. Hoover is a native of North Carolina, and 
came, with his father's family, first to Warren 
County, Ohio, and then to Indiana Territory, in 
what was then a part of Dearborn, but now 
Wayne County, arriving in 1806. He has lived 
to see what was then an unbroken forest covered 
with farm-houses, towns and villages, and chang- 
ed from an abode for savages to homes for the 
highest civilization and refinement. In the ear- 
ly history of this county, he was called upon to 
fill various offices, such as Clerk, Judge, i&c. 
From the knowledge of events thus acquired, he 
wrote and published a "Memoir" of himself, in 
which much of the history of the county is inter- 
woven. Judge Hoover is in the eighty-fifth year 
of his age, but from his uniform good health, it 
would not be surprising if he should live to be 
a centinarian. 

Hoover, David, jr., res with David Hoover, 
sen., Wayne tp. 

Hoover, Ensley, far 2\ miles s w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Hoover Frederick, retired res e s Fifth, 
bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Hoover, George architect res 30 South Sixth, 
Richmond. 

Hoover, George B. far w s Hagerstown and 
Franklin pike, 2 miles n w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Hoover, Henry retired res 31 North Frank- 
lin, Kichmond. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



HOOVEK, HENRY, far 2 miles e Jack- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

HOOVER, HENRY— H. Hoover & Co.— 
res w s Marion, bet Spring and Ft. Wayne 
Av, Richmond. 

Hoover, Henry tobacconist res German- 
town. 

HOOVER, H. & CO.— Henry H. # J. E. 
Murdoch — grocers 59 s s Main, bet Marion 
and Franklin Richmond. 

Hoover, John far 2 miles s Milton, "Wash- 
ington tp. 

Hoover, John, far res with Henry Hoover, 
Harrison tp. 

HOOVER; JOHN far on road leading from 
Washington to the Nat . road, 2 miles s Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Hoover, John far n s Nat. road 3 miles w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Hoover, John far res with Geo. B. Hoover, 
Jefferson tp. 

Hoover, Jonas retired res with Aaron 
Richardson, Jefferson tp. 

Hoover, Joseph, far I mile s w Jackson- 
burg. Harrison tp. 

HOOVER, JOSEPH far 1 J miles s Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Hoover, Larkin far res with H. Hoover, 
Harrison tp. 

Hoover, Levi far w s Hagerstown and 
Eranklin pike, 2 miles n w Hagerstown Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Hoover, Matilda — widow Andrew — 1} miles 
s w Washington, Clay tp. 

Hoover, Milton res with John Hoover, 
Clay tp — Soldier. 

HOOVER, MILTON far res with Matilda 
Hoover, Clay tp. 

Hoover, Miss Nancy res with John Hoover, 
Clay tp. 

Hoover, Miss Nancy res with Matilda 
Hoover, Clay tp. 

Hoover, Owen far 2£ miles s w Washington 
Clay tp. 

Hoover, Rebecca — widow Leeson — Wash- 
ington. 

Hoover, Rudolph far l£ miles n e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Hoover, Miss Sarah A. res with Henry Hoo- 
ver, Harrison tp. 

Hood, Sarilda — widow Levi — res Jackson 
burg. 

HOPE, JAMES G. saloon 65 Main, res 
same, Richmond. 

Hopkins, Barclay tinner res with George 
Eckel, Richmond. 

Hopkins, Nancy res with Valentino Wood 
— husband in the army. 

Horine, Lawson carp res s s Walnut, e 
Elm, Hagerstown. 

Hormel, Jarvis far 4 miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Horn, Adam far w s Liberty pike, 1^ miles 
s Richmond, Wayne tp. 



Horn, Henry carriage maker with P. Crock- 
er, bds with Mrs. E. Foulke, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Home, Wilson res with William Railes- 
back, Wayne tp. 

Horner, Hannah — widow Joshua — res No. 
72 South Sixth, Richmond. 

Horner, Sarah — widow Samuel — res with 
Wm. S. Parker, Newport. 

Horner, Samuel far on farm of Aaron Hill, 
Eranklin tp. 

HORNEY, ANDREW far 2 miles s e 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Horney, David S. plow shop s w cor Sixth 
and Noble, res s e cor Fifth and Pine, Rich- 
mond. 

Horney, Elizabeth 3tudent Earlham, res 
Richmond. 

Horney, Isaac V. plow stocker bd3 with 
Mrs. E. Rhodes, Richmond. 

Horney, Isaac plow maker res e s Green, 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

HORNEY, JOEL far 1 mile s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

HORNEY, JOHN A., born in Ft. Cald- 
well, in the corner of Wayne and Fayette 
counties, Feb. 7, 1814; re3 2\ miles s Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Horney, Miss Lizzie res with David 9. 
Horney, Richmond, 

Horney, Miss Rebecca res with Stephen 
Horney. 

Horney, Solomon — S. Horney Sr Co. — res w 
s Ninth, bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

Horney, S. & Co. — Sol. Horney Geo. McCuU 
lough, § Elwood Patterson — plow makers s w 
cor Ft. Wayne and Washington Avs, Rich- 
mond. 

Horney, Stephen far 2 miles s Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Hornish, M. L. grocer n s Main, bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, res same, Centerville. 

HORNISH, — wife Jacob, soldier 

— res n s Main, Germantown. 

Horseman, Elizabeth — widow — res with J„ 
C. Underwood, Wayne tp. 

HORT, THOMAS E. far \ mile s R. & L. 
C. pike, 3 miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Horton, Benjamin far b s Nat road, 2 miles 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hoshour, Samuel H. druggist n s Main, w 
Canal, res w s Railroad, bet Green and Foot, 
Cambridge. 

HOSHOUR, PHIL J. stoves & tin-ware 
s s Main, bet Main Cross and West River, 
res same, Milton. 

HOSIER, AURELIUS M. far Harrison 
tp, 4 miles n Centerville — Soldier. 

HOSIER, JESSE far 3 miles s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. Has furnished four sons 
for the Union army. 

Hottinger, Hetty— widow Joseph — res with 
Nelson Willets, Washington tp. 



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(LATE MADISON HOUSE,) 

Refurnished, in No. 1 Style, 

Main St., bet. Front and Second, 

OIIVOIIVIN^TI, OHIO. 



Convenient to Steamboat Landing and Cars. 
BATH ROOMS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 



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Houck, George far res w s Spruce, bet 
Main and "Walnut, Centerville. 

Hough, Angelina G. teacher res with Hi- 
ram Hough, Newport. 

Hough, Benajah joiner, Chester. 

HOUGH, DANIEL book agt res Newport. 

Hough, Miss Elma teacher res with Levi 
Jessup, Wayne tp. 

Hough & Hill— Roht. B. $ William HilL- 
country merchants, Newport. 

Hough, Hiram hardware merchant — also 
of Hough, Thomas Sf Go. — res Newport. 

Hough, Jonathan aged 81, father of and 
res with Moses Hough. Settled in the woods 
in 1811, but had to leave early in 1813, on 
account of Indian troubles. 

Hough, Mary teacher res with "William 
Hough, Newport. 

Hough, Moses far and sorghum manuf e 
a E. and N. pike, s s Newport, New Garden tp 

Hough, Thomas, & Co. — Zeri H, Oharles 
T., $ Hiram H. — grist-mill (steam & water) 
% mile s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Hough, "William far & miller Newport. 

Hough, Zeri far — of firm of Hough, Thom- 
as Jf Go. — res Newport. 

Houser, Abram S. shoemaker res with Ja- 
cob Houser, Hagerstown. 

Houser, Miss Catharine res with D. D. Ul- 
rich, Dalton tp. 

Houser, Daniel far n s Hagerstown and 
Dalton pike, n w part Hagerstown. 

Houser, Jacob retired, res n s South Mar- 
ket, w end, Hagerstown. 

HOUSER, JOHN W. shoemaker n s Main, 
w Washington, res n s Main w Pearl, Hagers- 
town. 

Houstan, W. L. res n w cor Ninth 

and Main, Richmond. 

Houstan, Miss Rebecca S. res with W. L 
Houstan, Richmond. 

Howard, Anthony weaver at Camack's fac- 
tory, 3 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

HOWARD & GEUBBS— J. E. H $ J. 



W. G. — wholesale grocers w s Ft. Wayne Av, 
bet Washington Av and Cliff, Richmond. 

Howard, Isaiah far 4£ miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

HOWARD, I. R.— Howard # Grubbs—res 
w s Fifth, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

HOWARD, MARTHA— widow John—ves 
e s Connersville and Milton pike, 3 miles s 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Howard, N. W. far 1 mile s e Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

HOWARD, R. A. propr "Richmond Tel- 
egram," res w s Bridge, bet Spring and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

Howe, Michael, railroad wood sawyer, res 
near depot, Hagerstown. 

Howe, Patrick lab res with Michael Howe, 
Hagerstown. 

Howe, Thomas lab res with Michael Howe, 
Hagerstown. 

Howel, Charles res with Joseph Howel, 
Dalton tp. 

Howell, Charles far 2 miles e Dalton, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Howell, Jason res with John M. Good, 
Economy. Mr. Howell has resided in the 
county 52 years, and is now 84 years of age. 

Howell, John W. book-keeper res 13 North 
Sixth, Richmond. 

HOWEL JOSEPH far Dalton tp, 4 miles 
n Hagerstown. 

Howel, Larkin far Dalton tp, 4 miles n Ha- 
gerstown. 

Howell, Miss Lavina elk res e s Sixth, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Howergater, Maria res with Henry Stein- 
camp, near Richmond. 

Howell, Miss Mina L. res with John W. 
Howell, Richmond. 

HOWES, JAMES B. far res with Wil- 
Byars, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Hubbard, Miss Annie, res with Richard J. 
Hubbard, Milton. 

Hubbard, Emma teacher Freedmen's school, 



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Memphis, res with Kichard J. Hubbard, 
Milton. 

HUBBARD, GEORGE far res with Rich- 
ard J. Hubbard, Milton — Soldier. 

HUBBARD, RICHARD J. cabinet mak- 
er & undertaker w s Main Cross, bet Main 
and Canal, res e s Main Cross, n Canal, Mil- 
ton. 

Hubbard, "William, far 2 k miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Huber, John, shoe shop s s Main, bet Sixth 
and Seventh, res same, Richmond. 

Huckemeier, Henry lab res w s Franklin, 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. Served 
in Mexican War. 

Huckens, Ebenezer basket maker res Ab 
ington. 

Huddleston, Edith — loidow Jesse — res s s 
Nat road, w Cambridge. 

Huddleston, Isaac molder res n s Harrison 
bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

Huddleson, John, far res s s Nat road, e 
Cambridge. 

HUDDLESON, LEVI broom maker res 
s s Nat road, bet Cambridge and Dublin. 

HUDDLESTON, Miss LOU res witl 
Edith Huddleston, near Cambridge. 

Hudson, Martin painter bds at C. S. Pres- 
cott's, Richmond. 

HUDDESTON, NATHAN far & propr 
Orion Hse. w s Dublin st., adjoining Dublin 
on the north. 

HUDDLESON, Miss SARAH V. res with 
John Huddleson, s s Nat road, w Cambridge. 

HUDDLESON, SOLOMON far res s s 
Nat road, bet Cambridge and Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Hudson, Miss Amanda res with Nicholas 
Hudson, Richmond. 

Hudson, Edward H. painter s s Main, bet 
Main Cross and First, res n e cor Walnut 
and Ash, Centerville. 

Hudson, Mark mach res n w cor Front 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hudson, Miss Mary A. res with Nicholas 
Hudson, Richmond. 

Hudson, Nicholas grocer w s Pearl, bet 
Main and Walnut, res n w cor Front and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

HUFF, ALBERT H. res with Cristy 
Huff, Dublin. 

Huff, Catharina — widow Daniel — w s Lynn- 
ville pike, 2 miles n Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Huff, Christy B. traveling agt res s w cor 
Cumberland and Dublin, Dublin. 

Huff, Cyrus far res with Sarah Huff, Harri- 
son tp. 

Huff, Daniel — Huff § Osboni — Newport. 

Huff, Dorilas far res with Sarah Huff, Har- 
rison tp. 

Huff, Miss Emma C. res with Cristy Huff", 
Dublin. 

Huff, Henry car-switcher E. & H. R. R., 
bds with Casper Zeph, Richmond. 



Huff, Hiram far 4J miles n w Centerville 
Center tp. 

Huff & Osborn — Daniel H. Sr Linden O. — 
wagon makers, Newport. 

Huff, Miss Rhoda Alice res with Daniel 
Huff* Newport. 

Huff, Peter lab res with Nathaniel Henly. 

Huff, Robert B.—Hvff $ Hill— Newport, 
res same. 

Huff", Sarah — ividoio Daniel — res Harrison 
tp, 4 J miles n w Centerville. 

Huffman, David H. far 1^ miles e Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Huffman, Jacob retired, res n s Cumber- 
land w Johnson, Dublin. 

Huffman, John far n s Hagerstown & New 
Castle pike, 1 mile w Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Huffman, Martin far res with David Huff- 
man, Harrison tp. 

Huffman, Miss Susan res with Abner N. 
Newton, Richmond. 

Hughs, Miss Adeline res with John Hughs, 
Hagerstown. 

Hughes, Daniel, sen., res w s Washington 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

HUGHES, DANIEL, Jr.— I 7 . Hughes $ 
Bro. — res with Daniel Hughes, sen., Rich- 
mond. 

Hughes, Evan far n s Nat, road, h mile e 
East Cambridge. 

Hughes, James carp res at Vinton Hse, 
Cambridge. 

Hughes, John retired, res e s Marion bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Hughes, John far res s w cor South Mar- 
ket and Elm, Hagerstown. 

Hughes, Miss Phebe res with Jno. Hughes, 
Richmond. 

Hughes, Miss Susan res with Stacy Wil- 
kins, Richmond. 

HUGHES, THOMAS—? 1 . Hughes $ Bro. 
— res w s Washington bet Main and Spring, 
Richmond. 

HUGHES, T. & BRO.— Thomas $ Daniel 
— grocers and provision dealers, n e cor Front 
and Main, Richmond. 

Hughes, Thomas shoemaker, res e s Eighth 
bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Hughs, Miss Virginia res with Jno. Hughs, 
Hagerstown. 

HUGON, JOHN E.— Scott, Egli # Co.— 
res w s Hillsboro pike, f mile n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Hulbert, Mary — col'd, widow Henry — res 
with Lewis White, Cambridge. 

Hull, George W. brick-molder, (formerly 
cooper), res with John Hull, Newport. 

Hull, J. H. book-keeper for Davis, Law- 
rence & Co., res n s Harrison bet county 
road and Milton St., Dublin. 

Hull, John brick-molder, res Newport. 

HULL, MATTHEW R. res s s Nat. road, 
\ mile e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

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spects. Having commenced the world as a me 
chanic, he soon became an editor and legislator, 
and was equally at home in either. He has al- 
ways been on the side of right ; and as a tem- 
perance lecturer, has been considered a host in 
himself. When the rebellion commenced he 
offered his services as a soldier, but being physi- 
cally unable for duty in the field, he could not 
idly fold his hands, but took the stump and 
worked nobly in arousing patriots to action, and 
in moving the benevolent to care for the familie; 
of soldiers. 

HULON, THOMAS lab res with John 
Maxwell, Center tp. 

Humberd, John T. far res with Sarah 
Humberd, Jackson tp. 

Humberd, Sarah — widow Amos — res e s 
Cambridge & Franklin pike, 3 £ miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Humes, George F. printer, res Baker Hse, 
Richmond. 

Hurape, Henry blacksmith, res e s Marion 
bet South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Hungerford, C. L. baggage-master, C. & 
G. E. R. R., res s s Main bet Front and Wash- 
ington, Richmond— Soldier. 

Hungerford, William conductor on freight 
train, res e s Pearl bet Sassafras and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

Hunnicutt, James B. watchmaker and jew- 
eler, No. 10 Main, res same, Richmond. 

Hunnicutt, William P. salesman with 
Wiggins & Co., bds at Sherman Hse, Rich- 
mond. 



! HUNT, AMIEL far and butcher, res 1 
mile s w Fairfax, Center tp. 

Hunt, Andrew carp res Abinsrton. 

Hunt, Aquilla engineer in Wright & Co.'s 
steam saw mill, res near the mill. 

HUNT & BAYLIES— J. H. £ T. L. B.— 

Columbian " job printers, n e cor Main and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

Hunt, Brasher far 3£ miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Hunt, C. C. far res 1 mile n e Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

HUNT, CHARLES far f mile e Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Hunt, Clarissa — col'd, widow Peter — res s s 
South Second bet' Walnut and Green, Cam- 
bridge. 

Hunt, C. & Sons— a IL, J. B. 0. $ G. B. 
H. — grocers, 57 Main, Richmond. 

Hunt, Clayton— « Hunt $ Sons— res 20 
North Franklin, Richmond. 

Hunt, Clayton B. — 0. Hunt § Sons — res 
with Clayton Hunt, Richmond — Soldier. 

HUNT, D. W & CO.— D. W. K. <$• S. B. 
Heiny — photographers, n s Main bet Foot 
and Green, Cambridge. 

HUNT, DAVID W.-~ D. W. Hunt $ Ob. 
—res s s Main bet Center and Chestnut, 
Cambridge. 

HUNT, EDWARD S. far and notary pub- 
lic, res on farm owned by Barnabas Coffin^ 
adjoining Economy on the east. 



104 



WAYNE COUNTY 



HUNT, ELIHU far res 3 miles s w Hills 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Emigrated from Guilford Co., North Carolina, 
in 1814, and located on the farm on which he 
now resides ; passed over the ground now occu 
pied hy the city of Richmond, at which time, 
he says, it contained only two houses. He is 
familiar with the early history of the county 
and has labored for 50 years to make it what it 
is : one of the first counties of the State. 

Hunt, Elisha — refugee — far Walnut-level 
Station, Jefferson tp. 

Hunt, Elizabeth — widow Smith — res with 
Newton S. Hunt, Abington tp. 

Hunt, Miss Ella res with Daniel Bulla, 
Wayne tp. 

Hunt, Miss Elmira res with Mrs. Eunice 
Wood, Cambridge. 

Hunt, Miss Elvira res with Amiel Hunt, 
Center tp. 

Hunt, F. B. inventor of fodder cutter, res 
e s Middleboro pike, near northern limits of 
city, Kichmond. 

Hunt, Harlem far res Chester. 

Hunt, Jabez law student, res with Mrs. 
Joanna Hunt, Richmond — Soldier. 

Hunt, Miss Jemima res with Amiel Hunt, 
Center tp. 

HUNT, JESSE T. far res 1 mile n w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Hunt, Joanna — widow Jesse — res 93 Main 
(2d story), Richmond. 

Hunt, John S. wagon maker, 18 North 
Franklin, bds Avith Clayton Hunt, Richmond 

HUNT, JOHN far w s Williamsburg 
pike, f mile n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hunt, John F. far w s Liberty pike 
miles s Richmond, Abington tp — Soldier. 

Hunt, John B. far res with Wm. F. Deun, 
Clay tp. 

Hunt, Jonathan res 3 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Hunt, Joseph B. — O. Hunt <y Sons — res 
with Clayton Hunt, Richmond. 

HUNT, JOSH.TJA— Hunt # Baylies— res 
w s Eighth bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hunt, Miss Laurana B. res with Wilson 
Hunt, Abington tp. 

Hunt, Levi far \ mile w Liberty pike, \\ 
miles e Abington, Abington tp. 

HUNT, LYDIA ANN— wi/e of Francis 
M. — res 3 miles s e Newport. 

Hunt, Mary — widow John — res 2 miles n e 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Hunt, Miss Mattie teacher s s Nat. road, 
bet Cambridge and Dublin, Jackson tp. 

HUNT, MARTHA A.— icidow Paul S., 
soldier — res Newport. 

Hunt, Mitchel far on farm owned by Rob- 
ert Delap, Washington tp, 5 miles s w Cen- 
terville. 

Hunt, Nancy — widow Thomas T. — res s s 
Nat. road, 1 mile e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Hunt, Nathan res with Wm. Hunt, Frank- 
lin tp — Soldier. 



Hunt, Newton S. far 3 miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Hunt, Perry M. far res with Christopher 
Beeler, Boston tp. 

Hunt, Miss Phoebe A. res with F. B. Hunt, 
Richmond. 

Hunt, Richard harness maker with Wig- 
gins & Co., bds at Sherman Hse, Richmond. 

Hunt, Samuel elk res with Wm. Clark, 
Economy — Soldier. 

Hunt, Thomas cooper res s s Main e s W. 
W. Canal, Milton. 

Hunt, Thomas A. retired, res 24 South 
Front, Richmond. 

HUNT, WILLIAM far res on Chester & 
Arba pike, 3 miles n Chester, Franklin tp. 
; ^U-ffUNT, WILSON far n s county road, l£ 
miles n e Abington, Abington tp. 

Hunter, Henry former prop of Hunter's 
knife factory, res w s Hillsboro pike, li miles 
n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Hunter, Jackson — col'd — tailor and renova- 
tor, w s Marion bet Main and Spring, res w 
s Marion bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Hunter, Thomas knife maker, res w s Hills- 
boro pike, 1 $ miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Huntington, Julius bds at Huntington Hse, 
Richmond. 

Huntington, Oran retired, bds at Hunting- 
ton Hse, Richmond. 

Huntsinger, Jacob far res with Elizabeth 
Waltz, Jefferson tp. 

HURDLE, ELISHA— col'd— fav e Dublin, 
s s Nat. road, Jackson tp. 

Hurst, Bennett far 4 miles s w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Hurst, Caswell far res £ mile w Economy 
& Washington pike, 2 miles s Economy. 

Hurst, Miss Charity res with Perry Hurst, 
Perry tp. 

HURST. ELIJAH far e s Jacksonburg 
road, 6 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Hurst, Miss Eliza J. res with J. M. Hurst. 

Hurst, Miss Elizabeth A. res with Sanford 
Hurst, Washington tp. 

Hurst, Henry far res on farm owned by 
Sanford Hurst, s e cor Washington tp. 

HURST, JOHN M. far e s Jacksonburg 
road, 5 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

Hurst, Miss Laura M. res with William 
Hurst, Washington tp. 

Hurst, Martha inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Hurst, Perry far w s Economy and AVash- 
ington pike, 2 miles s e Economy, Perry tp. 

Hurst, Miss Sarah A. res with R. Waymire, 
Washington tp. 

HURST, SANFORD far w s Centerville 
and Springsville pike, in the extreme s e 
cor, Washington tp. Mr. Hurst came to this 
county from Dayton, O., and settled hear 
Waterloo, in the year 1817, and shared in the 
privations of an early settler. To him and 
others the township is largely indebted for its 
pleasant farms and elegant residences. 



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MIDDLETON, STROBEIDGE & CO., 

A.JXX> 

PUBLISHERS. 

3^0 - 69 "WEST POUETH STBEET, 

PIKE'S OPERA HOUSE, 

Cincinnati, Oliio. 



HURST, WILLIAM far w s Centerville 
and Connersville road, 1J miles n county line, 
Washington tp. 

Husted, Robert upholsterer res Richmond. 

Hussey, Miss Sarah res with Isaac P. Evans, 
Richmond. 

Huston, Thomas res s s Main, bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Hutchens, Amy — widow William — res with 
Benjamin Hutchens, Green tp. 

Hutchens, Benjamin far n s Williamsburg 
and Economy road, £ mile n w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Hutchens, Miss Elizabeth res with B. 
Hutchens, Green tp. 

Hutchens, G. W. far J mile e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Hutchins, Ira H. carp res w s South Mar- 
ket, Economy. 

Hutchins, Hezekiah far 2 miles n e Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. He is a native of N. C, but 
has resided in Perry tp 47 years. He belongs 
to a family noted for longevity. His great grand- 
mother lived to the age^of 104 years; and he 
has lived to see seven generations of her de- 
scendents, numbering many thousands. He 
thinks he has seen over one thousand of them. 

Hutchins, Hibart lab in tannery of Miller, 
Study & Co. res w s North Poplar, Economy 
— Soldier. 

_ HUTCHINS, JAMES far res on county 
line, 2^ miles n e Economy, Perry tp. 

Hutchins, Miss Kate res with William 
Hutchins, Richmond. 

Hutchins, Miss Sarah res with William 
Hutchins, Richmond. 

Hutchens, Samuel far res n s Williamsburg 
and Economy road, £ mile n w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 



Hutchen, Strangeman far 1 mile n Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

HUTCHENS, TH.OS.— Swisher $ Hutchens 
— res e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Hutchins, William wood turner res w s 
Fifth, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Hutchison, Robert H. baggage-master E. & 
H. R. R. res w s Washington, bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Hutson, Allen painter res w s Franklin, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Hutson Ellen — icidow David — boarding-h'se 
w s Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

HUTSON, J. W. painter res w s Franklin, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond — Soldier. 

Hutson, Miss Mary A. dress-maker res with 
Mrs. Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 

Hutson, Richard painter bds with Mrs. 
Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 

HUTTON, A. B,.— Hutton, Mather $ Co.— 
res w s Fifth, bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

Hutton, Jesse M. lumber dealer w s Sev- 
enth, bet Main and Broadway, res Linden 
Hill, i mile e Richmond. 

Hutton, John H. bookkeeper res s e cor 
Sixth and Broadway, Richmond. 

HUTTON, MATHER & CO.— A. R. H, 
T. D. M., § M. G. Holmes — manuf. rustic 
window-shades, No. 4 Main, n s, Richmond. 

HUTTON, NOAH H. cl'k bds with John 
H. Hutton, Richmond — Soldier. 

Hutton, Mrs. Sarah A. E. teacher cor 
Franklin and Ft. Wayne Avenue, res s e cor 
Sixth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Hutton, Thomas blacksmith at Mercer's, 
Cambridge. 

Hutton, Wm. P. lumber dealer w s Sev- 
enth, bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



IBAUGH, F. carp res s s North High n 
Quaker City Machine Shop, Eichmond. 

Icanbodt, Hartman far 2\ miles s Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Igelman, Bernhardt lab res cor Front and 
South, Eichmond. 

Her, Conrad carp res w s Fifth bet South 
and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

Iliff, Miss Carrie N. res with Geo. W. Iliff, 
Sevastopol. 

Iliff", George W. far res Sevastopol. 

ILIFF, JOHN K. painter res e s Pearl at 
junction of Pearl and Front, Eichmond. 

Iliff, Miss Lizzie K. teacher, res with Geo 
W. Iliff, Sevastopol. 

_ ILIFF, Mrs. S. A.— wife of JoAra— mil- 
liner, e s Pearl at junction of Pearl and 
Front, res same, Eichmond. 

Imhoff, Henry res with Joseph Imhoff, 
Eichmond. 

Imhoff, Joseph lab res e s South High, 
Eichmond. 

Immel, Miss Evaline res with Mary Mc- 
Coy, Dublin. 

Immel, Joseph far e Dublin s s Nat. road, 
Jackson tp. 

INDIANA FIEE INS. CO. at Indian- 
apolis ; J. N. Knox and M. M. Hale agts for 
Wayne Co. 

Industradt, F. W. lab res w s Eighth bet 
South and Walnut, Eichmond. 

INGELS, B. — Wisehart § Ingels — res n s 
Main bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

INGELS, JOSEPH prop Hoosier Agri- 
cultural Works, e s West Eiver St. bet Main 
and Walnut, res w s Main Cross bet Main 
and Canal Sts., Milton. 

Ingerman, John far e s Hagerstown pike, 
£ mile n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Ingham, Henry M. brewer, res n s Main, 
East Cambridge. 

INSTJEANCE COMPANY OF NOETH 
AMEEICA— the oldest Ins. Ob. in the U. S.— 
H. Clarkson, agt, Eichmond. 

Iredell, John S. far res with Sam'l Iredell 
Wayne tp — Soldier. 

IEEDELL, SAMUEL E. far U miles n e 
Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Ireland, Alexander blacksmith, res e s 
Hillsboro pike, adjoining Eichmond. 

IEETON, JAMES tinner, res s w cor 
Mulberry and Tenth, Eichmond. 

Ireton, John lab res e s Newport pike, 
near northern limits of city, Eichmond. 



Ireton, Eobert cooper, res w s South 
Seventh opp the park, Eichmond. 

IEK, J. FEEDEEICK far on Paris road, 
1 $ miles e Chester, Wayne tp. 

Irvin, Allen 70 years old; served in the 
war of 1812; res with Michael Irvin, Cen- 
ter tp. 

IEVING, 0. L. piano and music store, 
Bank Block, s e cor Main and Green, res s s 
Main bet Green and Jones, Cambridge. 

Irvin, Henry M. carp res 1^ miles w Dover, 
Green tp. 

Irvin, Heial far 3J miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Irvin, Hiram far 4 miles n e Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Irvin, John N. far 3 miles s e Williams- 
burg, Green tp — Soldier. 

Irvin, Leander res with Heial Irvin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Irvin, Michael far and carp lj miles w 
Fairfax, Center tp. 

Irvin, Miss Sarah res with Heial Irvin, 
Jackson tp. 

Istenberger, Esther — widow Henry, soldier 
— res Jackson burg. 

Ivins, Eeuben H. res with M. J. Shinn, 
Wayne tp. 

IZOE, ALEXANDEE cooper, res n s 
Main bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton — 
Soldier. 

Izor, Miss Harriet res with Henry Izor, 
Washington tp. 

Izor, Henry far res f mile w Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

IZOE, HENEY far res 1£ miles n w Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Izor, Ira far res with Henry Izor, Milton 
— Soldier. 

IZOE, JOHN cooper, res s s Seminary bet 
West Eiver and White Water Canal, Milton. 

IZOE, J. D. mach res w s West Eiver St. 
bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Izor, Miss Laura res with Alexander Izor, 
Milton. 

Izor Miss Marietta res with Philip Izor, 
Washington tp. 

Izor, Mary — widow- — res with Henry Izor, 
Washington tp. 

Izor, Philip far res 1 mile n w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Izor, Miss Sarah res with Henry Izor, 
Washington tp. 

Izor, William book-keeper, res with Philip 
Izor, Washington tp. 



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Jackson, Alexander lab res with William 
King, Center tp. 

Jackson, Amos res w s Tenth n K. R. 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Jackson, Ann — widow William — res with 
John Jackson, Richmond. 

Jackson, Dorcas res with Isaac Jackson, 
"Wayne tp. 

Jackson, Christopher — Jackson, Swayne § 
Qo. — res n w cor Sixth and Sassafras, Rich- 
mond. 

JACKSON, C. B. & Co.— G. B. J. James 
B. Manning and Amos Haines — Livery stable 
s s Main bet Main Cross and First, Center- 
ville. 

JACKSON, C. B.—O. B. Jackson & Cb.—far 
s s Nat. road 2 miles w Centerville, Center tp 

Jackson, George — cold — lab res with Chris- 
topher Jackson. 

JACKSON, HENRY blacksmith res 68 
South Sixth st., Richmond. 

Jackson, Isaac — col'd — wood-chopper res 
on farm of Daniel Bulla. 

JACKSON, JOHN photographer s w cor 
Main and Marion, res 66 South Sixth, Rich- 
mond. 

JACKSON, JOHN W. agt. C. & I. C. R 
R. res n w cor Green and Railroad sts , Cam- 
bridge. 

JACKSON, JOSEPH W. far 2 J miles s w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Jackson, Richard — Jackson, Swayne Sf Oo. — 
res Linden Hill, \ mile e Richmond. 

Jackson, Swayne°& Co. — R. Jackson E. H. 
Swayne § O. Jackson — prop'rs woolen mill e 
branch White water, s end Jackson st., Rich- 
mond. 

JACKSON; TAYLOR— coVd— far bds 
with Harrison Medlind, Richmond — Soldier, 

JACKSON, THOMAS currier res w s 
Washington, s R R. bridge, Richmond. 



Jackson, William far with James Menden- 
hall, Wayne tp. 

Jackson; Wilson carp res East Cambridge. 

Jacobs-, Miss Christina res with John Ja- 
cobs, Jackson tp 

JACOBS, JOHN far adjoining Pennville 
on the east, Jackson tp. 

Jacobs, Miss Mary E. res with John Ja- 
cobs, Jackson tp. 

JACOBS, SAMUEL far 2 miles n e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Jamison, Benjamin shoemaker s w cor Main 
and Second, Centerville. 

Jamison, Archibald far res with Martha 
Howard, Washington tp. 

Jamison, Wm. cooper res n s Main bet 
Front and Pearl, Richmond — Soldier. 

Jamison, Henry T. dry goods cor Main and 
Milton, Germantown. 

Janes, Elizabeth — widow William — res w s 
Union pike 3 \ miles n Richmond. 

Janes, Miss Carrie res with Wm. Petchell, 
Richmond. 

Jarbo, Henry J. far Harrison tp 3£ miles 
n w Centerville. 

JARRETT, DANIEL far w s Newport 
pike, 1 mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

JARRETT, JAMES M. stock dealer res w 
s Centerville and Abington pike, l£ miles n 
w Abington, Abington tp. 

Jarrett, Miss Lizzie teacher res with Dan- 
iel Jarrett, Wayne tp. 

Jarrett, Mary — icidoio Davis — res with C. 
S. Stephens, Center tp. 

Jarrett, Miss Mary teacher res with Dan- 
iel Jarrett, Wayne tp. 

Jarrett, Miss Mattie J. teacher res with 
James Jarrett, Abington tp. 

Jarrett, Nancy — widow William — res with 
Johnson Robbins, Abington tp." 

Jay, Henry far \ mile e Fairfax, New Gar- 
den tp. 



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Jay, Jesse "Walter far res with Henry Jay, 
New Garden tp. 

Jeffers, Keuben — col'd — lab res e s Marion 
bet South and Sycamore, Kichmond 

Jeffrey, Charles res with Job Jeffrey, New 
Garden tp. 

Jeffrey, Hannah— ividow Joel—res 2 miles n 
w Newport, New Garden tp. 

JEFFEEY, JOHN ~H.—Barr # Jeffrey— \ 
mile w Newport, New Garden tp. 

JEFFREY, LEWIS far \ mile w Lynn- 
ville pike, 2 miles n Newport, New Garden 
tp. 

Jeffrey, Lewis lab Williamsburg. 

Jeffrey, Miss Eebecca res with Mrs. Han- 
nah Jeffrey, New Garden tp. 

Jefferis, Abram S. far w s E. & H. pike 4 
miles n Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Jefferis, Elizabeth — widow Isaac — res with 
James P. Jefferis, Wayne tp. 

Jefferis, Jonas P. far e s E. & H. pike, 4 
miles n Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Jefferis, Joshua far 1$ miles n e Chester, 
Franklin tp. Has been "a resident of Wayne 
county 40 years. 

Jefferis, Miss Mattie E. elk at Wilson & 
Elliott's, res with John W. Thompson, Eich- 
mond. 

Jefferis, Way far w s C. & A. pike, £ mile 
n Chester, Wayne tp. 

JEFFEEIS, W. C. far 1 mile n Chester, 
Franklin tp— Soldier. Mr. Jefferis was elect- 
ed as a representative of Wayne county to 
the State Legislature in 1856, and again in 
1858, serving four years. 

JENKINS, Miss A. res with Nancy Jen- 
kins, Washington tp. 

Jenkins, Cynthia — widow John — res n w cor 
Foundry and Cumberland sts., Dublin. 

JENKINS, ISAAC far w s Pleasant Val- 
ley pike, near Abington road, Washington tp. 

Jenkins, James brick mason res Strattan's 
boarding hse, Eichmond. 

Jenkins, John lab res e s Boston pike, 1 
mile s Eichmond. 

JENKINS, NANCY— widow Matthew J.— 
res 5 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Jenkins, Peter teamster res with Mary B. 
Pearson, Dublin. 

Jenkins, Peter mach res with Cynthia Jen- 
kins, Dublin. 

JENKINS, PHILIP far 4 miles w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp, 

Jenkins, Sarah — widow Samuel — res £ mile 
s w Fairfax, Center tp. 

Jenkinson, Euth A. — widoio William — res 
with Frederick Hoover, Eichmond. 

Jenks, Alfred livery stable n s Main bet 
Center and Chestnut, res s s Main bet Center 
and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

Jenks, David C. far & carp on State line, 2£ 
miles n e Boston, Boston tp. 

JENKS, F. K. grocer & notions s s Main 



bet Plum and Perry, res s e cor North Mar- 
ket and Perry, Hagerstown. 

Jennings, Daniel shoemaker Boston. 

Jennings, Eleanor Ann res with W. Hub- 
bard, New Garden tp. 

Jennings, Jacob far with Wm. Hubbard; 
New Garden tp. 

Jennings, James far 2\ miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Jennings, Nathan far res with Nancy 
Smith, Green tp. 

Jennings, Eandel lab res on farm of Eli- 
jah Harris, 2 miles s Newport. 

Jennings, Eoyal bookeeper res n s Cumber- 
land, East end, Dublin. 

Jennings, William retired res with Thea- 
dore Wedekind, Hagerstown. 

Jerrett, Jonathan far \\ miles n Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Jerrett, Mary — widow George — res Abing- 
ton. 

Jessup, Ahijah far 3i miles e Washington, 
6£ miles n w Eichmond, Center tp. 

Jessup, Ann — widow Thomas — If miles s e 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Jessup, Harriet E. res with J. H. Jessup, 
Jackson tp. 

JESSUP, J. H. foreman wood dept "Hoo- 
sier Agricultural Machine shop," res s s Nat. 
rund, 1 mile w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Jessup, HHaxgnvet— widoio William— res. with 
Wm. Cheeseman, Eichmond. 

JESSUP, LEVI far £ mile n Nat. road, $ 
mile w Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

JESSUP, JEHU far— minister in ortho- 
dox church — 1£ miles w Fairfax, New Gardan 
tp. 

JESSUP, EACHEL A. res s s Nat. road, 
bet Dublin and Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Jessup, Sarah — widow Nathan — res with S. 
Pitts, Green tp. 

Jessup, Miss Sarah Ann res with Jehu Jes- 
sup, New Garden tp. 

Jessup, Miss Sarah res with Ann Jessup, 
Green tp. 

Jester, James far w s Main st. Fairfax. 

Jester, Eachel — widow Isaac — res with Isaac 
Jester, Dalton tp. 

Jewell, John, W. res with Mrs E. A. Smith, 
Cambridge City. 

Jewett, Benj. F. — Fist $■ Jewett — res with 
Daniel Fist, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Jewett, Miss Isabel res with Parker Jew- 
ett, Hagerstown. 

Jewett, Parker blacksmith w s Perry bet 
Main and Callege, res s w cor College and 
Perry, Hogerstown. 

Johannes, Casper stone cutter res 61 South 
Marion, Eichmond. 

John, W. D. elk res s e cor Marion and 
Sassafras, Eichmond. 

John, William far with Samson Boone, 
Wayne tp. 



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Johnson, Abram S. tinner res w s Seventh' 
st. park, Kichmond. 

Johnson, A. E. mach res at junction of 
Washington and Pearl, Kichmond. 

Johnson, Andrew — cold — lab res e s Pearl 
bet South and Mill, Richmond. 

Johnson, Ann res 1\ miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp, wife of Leven Johnson — Sol- 
dier. 

JOHNSON, ALVA C. mach res w s Sev- 
enth, s AValnut, Kichmond — Soldier. 

JOHNSON, ASHLEY shoemaker res s s 
North Poplar, Economy. 

Johnson, Benjamin — Perry §■ Johnson — res 
e s Front bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Johnson, Charles A. res with Cornelius 
Bond. 

Johnson, Calvin R. printer res n w cor 
Walnut and Green, Richmond — Soldier. 

Johnson, Daniel W. painter e s Ninth, bet 
Sassafras, and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Johnson, Elijah far 4 miles n w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

JOHNSON, Miss ELIZA res with Pleas- 
rnt Johnson, Dublin. 

Johnson, Elizabeth — widow James — res 17 
South Seventh, Richmond, 

Johnson, Elmira S. — widow Joseph — res 
with John H. Stephens. 

Johnson, Elwood T. far e s Johnson, Dub- 
lin. 

Johnson, Emily — widow John A. — res s s 
South Market, bet Perry and Plum, Hagers- 
town. 

JOHNSON, EMILT-ioi/c Charles, Sol- 
dier. — w s Centerville pike, Williamsburg. 

Johnson, Miss Emily V. res with Jeptha 
Johnson, Jefferson tp. 

JOHNSON, EZEKIEL minister M. E. 
Church res w s Main, Williamsburg. 

Johnson, Francis carp res w s Eighth, bet 
Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE A.—Develin § John- 
son— res n s Railroad st. w Walnut, Cam- 
bridge. 



Johnson, George— coV d— lab res with Har- 
rison Medlind, Richmond. 

Johnson, Miss Hannah teacher w s Eighth 
bet Main and Broadway, res with Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth Johnson, Richmond. 

Johnson, Hugh lab | mile e Relief Mills, 
Boston tp. 

Johnson, Jeptha far e s Hagerstown & 
Dalton pike, £ mile n Hagerstw on, Jefferson 
tp. 

Johnson, Jesse far 1 mile n Dalton, Dalton 
tp, e s Dalton pike. 

Johnson, John retired, res a s Front bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Johnson, L. R. physician, res with N. 
Johnson, Cambridge. 

Johnson, Mahlon far w Union pike, 5 miles 
n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Johnson, Miss Martha C. res with Hiram 
Sulser, Richmond. 

Johnson, Miss Martha res with S. Johnson, 
Green tp. 

JOHNSON, MARY A.— widow Jonas— 
res e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Johnson, Mary res with James White, 
Wayne tp. 

Johnson, Miss Melissa res with Wm. M. 
Hampton, New Garden tp. 

Johnson, Nancy — widow Josiah — res at toll- 
gate, \ mile s Economy, Perry tp. 

Johnson, N. physician, s w cor Main and 
Chestnut, res same, Cambridge. 

JOHNSON, N. H. atty at law, res s e cor 
Walnut and Spice, office s e cor Main and 
Main Cross, Centerville. 

JOHNSON, PETER— Nordyke £ Co.— res 
w s Sixth bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Johnson, Pleasant wood dealer, res s s Nat. 
road, w Dublin. 

Johnson, Miss Rachel res with Sarah Cad- 
wallader, Richmond. 

Johnson, Miss Rebecca A. res with E. 
Johnson, Green tp. 



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Johnson, Miss Eebecca N. res with Eliza- 
beth Johnson, Richmond. 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL far w s Blooming- 
port pike, 1 J miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Johnson, "Samuel far 3 J miles s Milton, 
"Washington tp. 

Johnson, Samuel J. carp res Boston. 

Johnson, Miss Sarah res with S. Johnson, 
Green tp. 

JOHNSON, SYLVANTTS T.—S. T. John- 
son § Go. — res with Elizabeth Johnson, Rich- 
mond. 

JOHNSON, SYLVANUS T. & CO.— 5. 
T. J. § J. E. Nisicanger — dealers in patent 
rights, s e cor Main and Marion (up stairs), 
Richmond. 

JOHNSON, SYLVESTER auditor of 
Wayne Co., office county buildings, res bet 
Main Cross and Spice, Centerville. Mr. 
Johnson is the Grand Worthy Chief of the 
Order of Good Templers for the State of In- 
diana. 

Johnson, Thomas far in Dalton tp, w s 
West River pike, 5£ miles n Hagerstown. 

Johnson, Webster painter res with Maria 
Johnson, Richmond. 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM far w s Center 
ville pike, near Williamsburg, Green tp— 
Soldier. 

Johnson, William res with Samuel John 
son. 

Johnsonbaugh, Adam lab res with Mar 
garet Johnsonbaugh. 

Johnsonbaugh, Elizabeth — widow Frederick 
— res s s Main bet Foot and Green, Cam- 
bridge. 

Johnsonbaugh, Miss Emma res with 
Michael Johnsonbaugh, Cambridge. 

Johnsonbaugh. Henry far res with Mar 
garet Johnsonbaugh, Jackson tp. 

Johnsonbaugh, Miss Lizzie res with Mrs. 
Elizabeth Johnsonbaugh, Cambridge. 

Johnsonbaugh, Margaret — widow David— 
res e s Cambridge & Franklin pike, 4 miles 
n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Johnsonbaugh, Michael res n s Main 
Cambridge. 

Johnston, A. & Co. — A. Johnston § Jos 
Pogue — New York Store, 58 Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Johnston, Miss Mary A. res with William 
Knott, near Richmond. 

JOLIFF, ELEANOR— wi/e of Jacob, sol- 
dier — res Germantown. 

Joliff, John lab res Germantown. 

Jones, Aaron far 2 miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Jones, Abraham cooper, res n w cor Con- 
nersville and West River, Milton. 

JONES, A. P. — Jones §• Morris — res s s 
Main bet Fifth and Sixth, Richmond. 

JONES, ALEXANDER— Jones $ Shu 
man — res n e cor Main Cross and Seminary, 
Milton. 



JONES, Miss AMANDA F. milliner, res 
with Henry Collins, Jackson tp. 

Jones, Anderson far If miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Jones, Miss Anna res with Norris Jones, 
Washington tp. 

Jones, Miss Annie M. teacher res with 
Joel Harney, Wayne tp. 

Jones, Miss Anna res with Wm. H. Jones, 
Wayne tp. 

Jones, Miss Betsy res with Ed. Jones, Ab- 
ington tp. 

JONES, CALVIN barber, s s Cumber- 
land bet Davis and Johnson, res s s Nat. 
road e s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Jones, Miss Caroline res with Stephen 
Crow, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Carrie res with Stephen Jones, 
Richmond. 

Jones, David far res with Norris Jones, 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Jones, Edmund far 2 J- miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

JONES, EDWIN foreman Spring Foun- 
dry, res 52 South Pearl, Richmond. 

Jones, Elizabeth A. — widow Robert D. — 
res at junction of Washington Av. and 
North High, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Elmira J. res with O. T. Jones, 
Centerville. 

Jones, Ferdinand carp res w s Main, Ger- 
mantown. 

Jones, Greenville far 2-f miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Jones, Harriet — widow John — res n w cor 
Spice and Ash, Centerville. 

Jones, Miss Harriet res with Mrs. Eleanor 
Foulke, Richmond. 

JONES, HARRY C. mach bds with Mrs, 
Elizabeth Jones, Richmond. 

Jones, Henry G. chair maker, w s Hills- 
boro pike, J mile n Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Jennie res with Norris Jones, 
Washington tp. 

Jones, Jesse E. — Olawson $■ Jones — bds 
with Mrs. Sallie White, Hillsboro. 

Jones, John far e s Centerville & Abing- 
ton pike, 3 miles s Centerville, Center tp. 

JONES, JOHN D. far e s Greensfork pike, 
3 J miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

~ JONES, JOHN K. far e s Connersville & 
Milton pike, 4£ miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

JONES, JOHN K. teller in First National 
Bank, Centerville, res with O. T. Jones. 

JONES, LEVI far e s Centerville & Con- 
nersville road, Washington tp, 5£ miles s w 
Centerville. 

Jones, Lewis far and nurseryman, nursery 
and res 1 mile n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Jones, Miss Lizzie res with Sampson Ste- 
vens, Abington tp. 

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nut, res s w cor Tenth and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Jones, Miss Maria teacher, res with Mor- 
gan Jones, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Mary B. res with Alex. Jones, 
Milton. 

Jones, Miss Mary E. res with Morgan 
Jones, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Mary E. — coVd—res with Har- 
rison Medlind, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Mary res with "W. H. Jones, 
Wayne tp. 

Jones, Morgan lah res e s Sixth bet Vine 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Mollie rea with Morgan Jones, 
Richmond. 

JONES & MORRIS— A. P. J. i S. M.— 
grocers s s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, Rich- 
mond. 

Jones, Morris butcher, n w cor Walnut 
and Ash, Centerville. 

JONES, NATHAN prop Pleasant Val- 
ley Mills, res and mills on Nat. road, l£ miles 
e Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Jones, Nathaniel — coL'd — skoemaker, res e 
s Washington bet Sycamore and Market, 
Richmond. 

JONES, NORRIS far on Pleasant Valley 
Farm, Washington tp, w s Centerville & 
Connersville pike, 5 miles s w Centerville. 
Mr. Jones is the owner and proprietor of 
Pleasant Valley Turnpike ; settled in Center 
tp with his parents in March, 1815, and has 
resided here about 55 years; served 12 days 
in the Morgan raid, as color bearer of 107th 
Reg : t Ind. Vol. Infantry. 

Jones, Oliver far 1J miles n e Richmond 
Wayne tp. 

JONES, OLIVER T. cashier First Nat. 
Bank, Centerville, res 1 mile n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Jones, Miss Rebecca res with Wilson Jones, 
Dublin. 

Jones & Shurnan — A. J. $ II. W. S. — coop- 
ers, e s West River bet Walnut and Semin- 
ary, Milton. 

Jones, Stephen prop Eagle House, s s Main 
bet Front and Pearl, Richmond. 

Jones, Miss Sylvania^res with N. Jones, 
Jackson tp. 

Jones, Miss Virginia res with Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Jones, Richmond. 

Jones, William gardener, res with W. H. 
Jones, Wayne tp. 

Jones, W. D. elk res s s Main bet Main 
Cross and West River, Milton. 

Jones, William H. gardener, res £ mile s 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Jones, Wilson — Davis, Lawrence § Oo. — res 
s w cor Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

Jordan, Ambrose lab res l£ miles n Rich 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Jordan, B. B. dry goods, n s Main bet 
Perry and Plum, res n s Main bet Perry and 
Elm, Hagerstown. 



Jordan, Dorothy — widow Patrick — res with 
John W. Alexander, Richmond. 

JORDAN, GEORGE W. far Dalton tp, n 
s Muncie road, 3 miles n w Economy. 

JORDAN, JAMES J. grocer, 44 Main, 
res same, Richmond. 

Jordan, Miss Jane res with Luke Rabey, 
Dublin. 

JORDAN, JOHN P. far and stock dealer, 
n s Muncie road, 2 miles n w Economy, Per- 
ry tp. 

JORDAN, JOHN W. far s s Muncie road, 
2 \ miles n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Jordan, Mary — widow — res with Benjamin 
Beam. 

Jordan, Timothy elk with B. B. Jordan, 
res n s Main bet Perry and Plum, Hagers- 
town. 

Jordan, William res s s Muncie road, 2 
miles n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Jordan, William R. res with Geo. W. Jor- 
dan, Dalton tp — Soldier. 

Joy, Peter boiler maker, res at League's 
boarding hse, Richmond. 

Judd, Thomas far s s Economy road, 2J 
miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Judeah, Elizabeth — ividow John — res Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

JUDY, SAMUEL F. conductor, res s s 
North High bet Center and Gaar, Richmond. 
JULIAN, JACOB B.— Julian $ Julian- 
re?, e s Main Cross bet Water and Plum, Cen- 
terville. 

JULIAN, GEORGE W. atty and Repre- 
sentative in Congress from the Fifth District 
of Indiana, res s s Main bet Second and 
Third, Centerville. 

Mr. Julian was born near Centerville, May 5, 
1817. His parents were natives of North Car- 
olina, whence they emigrated near the beginning 
of the present century, and were among the 
earliest settlers in Indiana Territory. The fam- 
ily is of French extraction, the first of them in 
America having settled on the eastern shores of 
Maryland at an early period of our history, and 
on account of Indian troubles there, removed to 
North Carolina soon after Braddock's defeat. 
The father of Mr. Julian was prominent among 
the pioneer citizens of Indiana. In 1822 he was 
a member of the State Legislature. He died the 
year following, when Georgo was six years of 
age ; he, with five others, being left to the care 
of their mother. His early life was one of pri- 
vation ; but he soon proved that he was possessed 
of industry and perseverance, sufficient to over- 
come all obstacles in the way of improving his 
mind, his only educational privelcges being those 
of common schools, laboring a part of the time 
for support. It is said that when the great 
National Road was being graded through this 
county George was engaged upon it, receiving 
for his services sixty-five cents per day. After 
having sufficiently qualified himself, ho engaged 
in teaching a county school. During his first 
school his manhood was put to a severe test by 
an effort of the "big boys," re-enforced by some 
of the hands on the National Road, to compel 



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M. W. CARLISLE. 



J. B. ALLSTON. 



ALLSTON, CARLISLE & CO., 

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AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

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HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND 

Coffee, Sugars, Teas, Tobaccos, etc., 

Which they offer at the lowest market prices for CASH. 

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him to "treat" on Christmas day, a custom then 
prevalent in the West. He came out of the con 
test victorious. While teaching a school in Illi- 
nois in 1839 he commenced studying law, and 
was admitted to practice in 1840. In 1845 he 
was married to Miss Annie A. Finch, and in the 
same year was elected to the State Legislature. 
During that session a bill for the abolition of 
capital punishment was beforo that body. Mr 
•Julian was one of the warmest advocates of the 
measure. He also, very early in his public life, 
took a stand in favor of universal freedom as the 
right of all men, and his advocacy of those 
principles would have done credit to the most 
thorough antislavery man of New England or- 
igin. His early political affinities were with the 
Whig party ; but upon the nomination of Gen- 
eral Taylor for the Presidency, in 1848, his anti- 
slavery principles were too deep-rooted to advo- 
cate his election ; he consequently attended the 
Buffalo convention, and was appointed an elector 
for his district, on the ticket with Van Buren 
and Adams. In 1849 he was elected to represent 
the Fifth District in Congress, in which body he 
fully sustained his reputation as an advocate of 
freedom. In 1852 he was nominated by the 
Pittsburgh Convention for the office of Vice- 
President, on the ticket with John P. Hale, for 
President. In 1856 he was Vice-President and 
Chairman of the Committee of Organization in 
the Pittsburgh Convention, which nominated 
John C. Fremont for President, and William L. 
Dayton for Vice President. In 1860 he was 
again elected to Congress, and was placed upon 
the joint Committee of both Houses on the Con- 
duct of the War ; also, on the Committees of 
Public Lands and Public Expenditures. In 1862 
was re-elected to the Thirty-eighth Congress, 
and was again elected in 1864, as a representa- 
tive in the same body, serving on the same com- 
mittees as in the previous sessions. Soon after 
his election in 1862, Mr. Julian had the misfor- 



tune to lose the wife of his early years, who had 
always been in full sympathy with his political 
views, and a safe 1 counselor in all his trials. 
She is said to have been remarkable for her per- 
sonal beauty, and a friend of every form of prac- 
tical philanthropy. In January, 1864, he was 
married a second time, to a daughter of the late 
Hon. Joshua R. Giddings. In personal appear- 
ance Mr. Julian is very tall and commanding, 
being something more than six feet high, and 
well proportioned, and as he is yet in the merid- 
ian of life, bids fair to live long enough to 
write his name still higher upon the scroll of 
fame. 

JULIAN, ISAAC H. editor and publisher 
of the "True Republican," and deputy col- 
lector of Internal Revenue in the Fourth 
Division of the Fifth District of Indiana, 
office 67 Main, res n e cor Main and Green. 
Richmond. 

JULIAN, JOHN— Julian $ Julian— res- 
with Jacob B. Julian, Centerville. 

JULIAN & JULIAN— Jacob B. $ John— 
attys at law, office n w cor Main and Main> 
Cross, Centerville. 

Jurgens, Christof lab res w s Front bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Jurgens, Elizabeth — widow Henry — res 
with Henry Taner, Richmond. 

Jurgens, Henry stone cutter, res es Front 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Jurgens, Miss Louisa res with Christof 
Jurgens, Richmond. 

Justice, James tailor, w s North Poplar, 
res n s Main bet Poplar and Market, Econ- 
omy. 

Justus, Francis M. far re3 on widow 
Boyce's farm, 1 mile s Richmond, w s Boston 
pike. 



Kambusky, Edward lab res s s Walnut betjKamp, e s Sixth, bet South and Sycamore. 
Marion and Franklin, Richmond. Richmond. 

Kamp, August, sen., far. res with August! 

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WAYNE COUNTY 



KAMF, AUGUST carp res e s Seventh, I Cambridge and "Winchester pike, 2 miles n 



bet South and Market, Kichmond. 

Kamp, August plow-maker res e s Sixth, 
bet South and" Sycamore, Kichmond. 

KANE, JOSEPH stove and shingle man- 
ufactory s w cor Main and Fourth, res same, 
Centerville. 

Karch, Elizabeth res with Elizabeth Fryar, 
Abington. 

Karch, Peter lab res with William B. Wil- 
liams, Abington tp. 

Kates, Catharine student Earlham, res Wil- 
liamsburg. 

KATES, H. S. freight and ticket agt. C. 
& I. C. R. R., res n w cor Sixth and Sassafras, 
Kichmond. 

Kaufman, Abraham far 2 miles s Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Kauffman, Amos far w s Cambridge & Dal 
ton pike, 2\ miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

KAUFMAN, JACOB potter e s Jack 
sonburg pike, 5 miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Kaufman, Joel potter res with Jacob Kauf- 
man, Washington tp 

Kaufman, Miss Mary A. res with Jacob 
Kaufman, Washington tp. 

Kauster, Jonathan far n s Nat. road, Jack- 
son tp, 5 miles w Centerville. 

Kavany, Charles horticulturist and ditcher 
res Newport, New Garden tp. 

Kechum, J. S. dealer in boots and shoes n s 
Main Cross, bet Main and Plum, res e s Main 
Cross, bet Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

KEELER, CLINTON brickmason res ws 
Front, bet Main and "Walnut, Richmond 
Soldier. 

Keenan, Wm. carp bds at Eagle H'se, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Keever, Andrew J. far Dalton tp, 3 miles n 
Hagerstown. 

Keever, Miss Abigail res with Priscilla 
Keever, Dalton tp 

Keever, Miss Harriett res with Michael 
Keever, New Garden tp. 

Keever, Jason far 2| miles n w Newport, 
New Garden tp 

Keever, John far res with S. T£. Boyd, 
Green tp. 

Keever, Miss Lucy A. res with Michael 
Keever, New Garden tp. 

KEEVER, MICHAEL far J mile e Lynn- 
ville pike, 2 miles n Newport, New Garden 
.tp. 

Keever, Miles far e s Cambridge & Win 
Chester pike, 2 miles n Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Keever, Moses far 1J miles se Dalton, Dal 
ton tp 



Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Keever, Solomon far on farm owned by 
Priscilla Keever, n s Williamsburg and New- 
castle road, Dalton tp, 2$ miles n Hagers- 
town. 

Keever, Thomson mechanic w s Main, Wil- 
liamsburg. 

KEEVER, WILLIAM far e s State road, 
2h miles n Hagerstown, Jefferson tp — Sol- 
dier. 

Kehlenbrink, Frank lab res e s Franklin, 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

KEHLENBRINK, HENRY sawyer at 
Scott, Egli & Co's res e s Front, bet Syca- 
more and Mill, Richmond. 

Kehlenbrink, William stone quarrier res 
w s Green, bet Market and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond. 

Kiefer, Elizabeth — vndow Jacob — tailoress 
res w s Front, bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Keiger, Andrew carriage maker res 47 
South Front, Richmond. 

Keihl, Miss Barbara res with William B. 
Enyeart, Cambridge. 

Keller, David far e s Cambridge and Frank- 
lin pike, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Keller, George far 2 miles s Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Keller, Hannah — -widow Samuel — s s Cen- 
tral R. R., West Cambridge. 

Keller, Henry far w s Connersville and 
Milton pike, 3 miles s Milton, Washington 

*P- . . / 

Kelker, John engineer res e s Sixth, n of 

R. R., Richmond. 

Keller, John W. far w s Connersville and 
Milton pike, 3 miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Keller, Joseph far \\ miles s Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Keller, Miss Louisa B. res with David Kel- 
ler, Jackson tp, 

KELLER, Miss MARGARET res with 
Hannah Keller, Cambridge City. 

Kellam, Calvin far \ mile e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Kellogg, A. V. railroad engineer res n s 
Washington Av., Richmond. 

Kelley, Benjamin agt for Bufialo Scale 
Works, res e s Johnson, n Cumberland, Dub- 
lin. 

Kelly, Dennis railroader \ mile n Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Kelly, Miss Emma res with Dr. Joel 
Vaile, Richmond. 

KELLY, ETHAN C.—Plummer # Kcl£> 
— n w cor Seventh and Market, Richmond. 

Kelly, Foster painter res s s Walnut bet 



Keever, Priscilla — widow Martin — n s Wil- Sixth and Seventh, Richmond — Soldier. 
liamsburg and Newcastle road, Dalton tp, 2£j KELLY, GEORGE cattle dealer res s w 
miles n Hagerstown. 'Washington, bet Main and Spring, Rich- 

. Keever, Seneca — Waltz $ Kccvcr — res e sjmond. 



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WISEHART <fc INGELS 

Sealers in 

STAPLE .AJSTD FANCY 

v\ m> ^ in 









ALSO 



Gents' furnishing Goods, Notions, Trimmings, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, 

and "Wooden- Ware. 

CLOTHING S1ADE TO ORDER. 



Kelly, James knife maker res s w Hillsboro 
pike, 1 £ miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Kelly, John gardener res with James Fork- 
ner, Centerville. 

Kelly, John lab on farm owned by John 
Druley, l\ miles s e Boston, Boston tp. 

Kelly, Mary — widow — res South Washing- 
ton st., n Cliff, Richmond. 

KELLY, MICHAEL marshal w s Ash 
bet Walnut and Spice, Centerville. 

Kelly, Miney serv't. res Earlham College. 

Kelly, Nelson far res midway bet Center- 
ville and Milton, Washington tp. 

Kelly, Thomas far midway bet Centerville 
and Milton, Washington tp. 

Kelly, Thomas railroader res s s Walnut 
bet Ash and Spruce, Centerville. 

Kelly, William lab res n s North High, w 
Ft. Wayne Av., Richmond. 

Keltner, Miss Amanda res with L. D. 
Burch, Richmond. 

Kem, George far Center tp, 4 miles n w 
Richmond. 

Kem, Joseph far 6 miles n w Richmond, 
Center tp. 

Kem, Joseph far 2| miles e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Kem, Miss Mary A. res with Thomas Kem, 
Center tp. 

Kem, Miss Mary E. res with George Kem, 
Center tp. 

Kem, Thomas far n s Richmond and Wash- 
ington road, 6 miles n w T Richmond, Center 
tp. 

KEMP, WILLIAM B. res \ mile n Hills- 
boro', on w s road, Franklin tp. 

Kemper, Anthony teamster res e s Front, 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

KEMPER, CHRISTOF engineer res w s 
Pearl, opp. Cascade Garden, Richmond. 

Kemper, Edward res with Christof Kemp- 
er, Richmond. 

Kemper, John carp res s e cor Front and 
Mill, Richmond. 



Kemper, John F. carp res with Mary 
Kemper, Richmond. 

Kemper, Mary — -widow Harmon — res n e 
cor Front and Mill, Richmond. 

Kendall, Abigail— widow William- — res w s 
R. & N. pike, 4£ miles n w Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Kendall, Brook painter res n s R. R. St. 
bet Green and Foote, Cambridge 

Kendall, Miss Elizabeth teacher res with 
Mrs. A. Kendall, Wayne tp. 

Kendall, Mrs. Jane res with Mrs. A. Ken- 
dall, Wayne tp. 

KENDALL, WILSON far res with Mrs. 
A. Kendall, Wayne tp. 

KENEY, E. H.— Thrasher $ Keney—res 
n end Perry, w s Hagerstown. 

Kenedy, John W. w s Main, Wlliams- 
burg. 

Kenedy, Torrence blacksmith res n w cor 
Ash and Walnut, Centerville. 

Kenly, Nathaniel far Harrison tp, 4 miles 
n w Centerville. 

Kennard, Amos L. carp bds with Mrs. 
Eleanor Foulke, Richmond. 

Kenney, Dennis res with John Kenney, 
Sevastopol. 

Kenney, John foreman R. R. repairs, res 
Sevastopol. 

Kennedy, Hannah — -widow John — res e s 
Washington, bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Kennedy, Miss Jennette res with Mrs. Han- 
nah Kennedy, Richmond. 

Kennedy, Miss Louisa res with Hannah 
Kennedy, Richmond. 

Kennedy, John 84 years old, res 4£ miles n 
Centerville w s Centerville & Williamsburg 
road. A native of Ireland, served in the Eu- 
ropean war, in the battle of Waterloo. 

Kennedy, Mrs. R. S. res 49 South Sixth, 
Richmond. 

Kent, Mary — widow Asbury — music teacher 
res with Charles A. Burchenal, Richmond. 

Kenworthy, Mary — widow Jesse — res w s 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Newport pike, £ mile n Eichmond, "Wayne 
tp. 

Kenworthy, "William far w s Newport 
pike, \ mile n Eichmond, "Wayne tp. 

Kepler, George T. far res with Peter Kep- 
ler, Harrison tp. 

Kepler, John far 2 miles e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Kepler, John H. far 3 miles e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Kepler, Martin L. far n s C. & G. E. E. E., 
\ mile e Walnut Level Station, Jefferson tp. 

Kepler, Peter far %\ miles s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Kepler, Thomas far 1\ miles s "Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Keplinger, Jacob miller res e s Cambridge 
& Franklin pike, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jack- 
son tp. 

Keplinger, Joseph G. far on farm owned 
by Jacob Keplinger 2 miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Keplinger, Miss Mary res with Jacob Kep 
linger, Jackson tp. 

KEELIN, ELIJAH I. far f mile e E. & 
N. pike, 3 miles n Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

KEELIN, Miss ELIZABETH seamstress 
res n s Nat. road, near Dublin, Jackson tp. 

KEELIN, FEANK pump maker res Cam- 
bridge City — Soldier. 

Kerlin, James F. far 4£ miles n Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Kerlin, Miss Jane res with Elijah I. Ker- 
lin, Wayne tp. 

KEELIN, JOSEPH B. far H miles e 
Chester, Wayne tp. 

Kerlin, Miss Martha res with Elijah I. 
Kerlin, Wayne tp. 

Kerlin, Miss Eache'l res with Elijah I. Ker- 
lin, Wayne tp. 

Kerlin, Sarah — widow William — seamstress 
res n s Main, East Cambridge. 

Kern, Miss Barbara res with H. J. Kern, 
Milton. 

Kern; David G. drugggist & notary public 
s e cor Main and Main Cross, res same, Mil- 
ton. 

Kern, Miss Ellen milliner res with David 
Kern, Milton. 

KEEN & FOX— Jacob K, $ Simon R— 
merchant tailors s w cor Main and Franklin, 
and 33 Main, Eichmond. 

Kern, H. J. tailor w s Main Cross, bet 
Main and Walnut; res same, Milton. 

KEEN, JACOB— Kern # -Foz— res e s 
Fifth bet Main and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Kern, John lab res w s Eighth bet 
Market and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

Kerner, Joseph J. carp res transiently with 
Benj. Thomas. 

Kerns, Prudence, — widow Mathew — res with 
David Stephens, Dalton tp. 

Kerns, Thomas lab res Clifton. 

Kerr, Miss Louisa res with David Cook. 

Kerr, Thomas M. tinner res Washington. 



Kersey, Kichard M. fireman res with V. 
Kersey, Eichmond. 

Kerr, William tinner res Prescott's board- 
ing hse, Eichmond — Soldier. 

KEESEY, SILAS H.— V., # S. H. Kersey 
— res Eichmond- — Soldier. 

KEESEY, VIEELING— V., $ S. H. Ker- 
sey — res e s Seventh, bet Main and Broadway, 
Eichmond. 

KEESEY, V., &S. U.—VierUng $ Silas H. 
— physicians & surgeons over G. W. Barnes's 
store s s Main, bet Marion and Pearl, Eich- 
mond. 

Kershner, O. G. carp res s s Walnut, Cam- 
bridge. 

Kesler, Erhart butcher n e cor Connersville 
st. and canal, res same, Milton. 

Ketra, John far res with Joseph Ketra. 

Ketra, Jeseph far \\ mile s Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Kettlefoger, John lab res e s Boston tpke, 
opp Fair ground, Eichmond. 

Key, George lab res n s South Third, bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Key, Thomas lab n e cor Jones and South 
Third, Cambridge. 

Keys, John E. far for Addison H. Harris, 
New Garden tp — Soldier. 

Keys, John W. harness maker, Newport. 

KEYES, HUGH B..—R. Newcom $ Co.— 
res e s Cambridge and Winchester pike, ^ 
mile n Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Keys, Mary E. res with John W. Keys, 
Newport. 

Keyser, William M. carp res 6 s Washing- 
ton Av, bet Gaar and Ft. Wayne Av, Eich- 
mond. 

Keyser William M. carp res North High, 
Eichmond. 

KIBBY, JOHN F. judge Fifth Judicial 
District, res n e cor Spruce and Spice, office 
s e cor Main and Main Cross, Centerville. 

Kidd, Henry S. far 6 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Kidder, Peter carp bds with Frederick 
Marchant, Eichmond. 

Kilkus, John lab res w s Liberty pike, ad- 
joining Eichmond. 

Killiam, Bridget res with Charles F. Cof- 

t, Eichmond. 

KILMEK, ELI far e s Liberty Straight- 
line pike, 5 miles s Eichmond, Boston tp. 

Kilmer, John drayman res e s Sixth, bet 
Mulberry and Broadway, Eichmond. 

Kilmer, J. W. clerk with S. D. Dugdale, 
bds with John Kilmer, Eichmond. 

Kilmer, Miss Kate res with John Kilmer, 
Eichmond. 

Kilmer, Miss Mollie elk res with John Kil- 
mer, Eichmond. 

Kimbal, Charles / formerly military agt of 
Indiana at New Orleans, res with Mary 
Sawyer, Cambridge. 

Kimble, Adam D. mill-wright res J mile 



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w "Williamsburg pike, f mile n w Richmond,] King, Isaac far on Morgan's Creek, 3 miles 
"Wayne tp. nw "Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Kimes, Henry far res With W. C. Kimes, King, Jackson far £ mile n Centreville, 
Jackson tp. Center tp. 

Kimes, Miss Sarah res with "W. C. Kimes, King, James M. city measurer, res No. 12 
Jackson tp. is Fifth, Kichmond. 

Kimes, "William C. far on Cambridge and King, John knife maker, res with Thomas 
Simon's Creek pike, 3% miles n Dublin, Jack-Hunter, Wayne tp. 
son tp. King, John C. sutler's elk, son of William 

Kimoff, Miss Bridget, res with Charles F.iKinaj, Center tp. 
Coffin, Richmond. " KING, JOSEPH J. far on Centerville 

Kimmel Daniel — J. <$• D. Kimmel — res n s and Jacksonburg pike, 2 miles n w Center- 



Main, e Cambridge. 

Kimmel, George, far res with Martha Kim- 
mel, W T ashinton tp. 

Kimmel, Joseph — J. t y D. Kimmel — res n s 
Main, e Cambridge. 

Kimmel, J. & D., prop, malt hs'e, n s Main, 
e Cambridge. 

Kimmel, Martha — widow Jacob — res s s 
Centerville and Milton road, 2 miles e of Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Kimmel, Miss Mary res with Martha Kim- 
mel, Washington tp. 

Kimmel, Miss Rebecca, res with Martha 
Kimmel, Washington tp. 

KIMMEL, WILLIAM far n s Milton 
and Centerville road, 2 miles e of Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Kiner, Mary — widow John — res w s Green 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

KING, ABSALOM B. farm and teacher, 
res with Lorenzo D. King, Center tp. 

King, Alexander — cold — whitewasher, res 
e s Pearl bet South and Mill, Richmond. 



ville, Center tp. 

King, Joseph far \\ miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

King, J. W.— W. P. Waring $ Co.— bdsal 
Sherman hs'e, Richmond. 

King, Judith — widow John — res with Jack- 
son King, Center tp. 

King, Lorenzo D. far n s C. & C R. R., 4 
miles n e Centerville, Center tp. 

King, Levinus far w s C. & C. R. R., 2 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

King, Miss Lydia E. res with Lorenzo D. 
King, Center tp. 

KING, MALINDA— wt'flW James— res 2 
miles n w Centerville, Center tp. 

King, Penn teacher res with John Elliott, 
refugee from North Carolina. 

KING, PRESLEY far 5 miles n w Rich- 
mond, s s Richmond and Washington road, 
Center tp. 

King, William S. far 5 miles n e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

King, William far 5 miles n Centerville, 



KING, D. L. fireman res ns Main, eCam-j Center tp. 
bridge. I King, William far w s Noland's Fork, s s 



King, Daniel far 3 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

King, Miss Esther res withLarinvs King, 
W T ayne tp. 

King, Miss Hannah A. teacher, res with 
Lorenza D. King, Center tp. 

King, Miss Harriet M. res with James M. 
King, Richmond. 



Richmond and Washington road, 6 h miles n 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

King, W. W. brakesman, res with William 
Hungerford, Richmond. 

Kingry, Ella milliner n s Main, bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, res same, Centerville. 

KINGSTON, WILLIAM mach res with 
John Hallopeter, Richmond — Soldier. 



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WAY NE COUNTY 



KINLEY, Miss AMANDA E. teacher res 
with Isaac Kinley, Eichmond. 

Kinley, A. J. res with Presley King, Cen- 
ter tp. 

Kingley, Betty — widow John res with 

John Kinley Washington tp. 

KINLEY, Major ISAAC Provost Mar- 
shal Fifth Congressional District of Indiana, 
res n s Main, het Eighth and Ninth, Eich- 
mond. — Soldier. Mr. Kinley was a member of 
the Indiana Constitutional Convention in 1850, 
being senatorial delegate from Henry County; 
also a member of the State Senate from the 
same county for four years. 

Kinly, Jonathan far \\ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Kinly, John W. far li| miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Kinley, Seth saw-mill s s railroad, 1 mile 
w Cambridge, Jackson tp. — Soldier. 

Kinney, Daniel railroad section boss, res 
Washington. 

KINNY, JOHN carriage maker n w cor 
Main and Jones, res s w cor Erontand Green 
Cambridge. 

Kinney, Miney serv res Earlharn. 

KINPE, E.— Treadway, Wilson $ Cb.— res 
n e cor Cumberland and Foundry, Dublin. 

Kinsey, Abraham res s s Newcastle road, 
| mile w Franklin, Dalton tp. 

* insey, Henry far s s Hagerstown and 
Washington pike, 3 miles e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

K INSEY, ISAAC far 2 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Kinsey, Thomas far, res with Mrs. Mary 
Kenworthy, Wayne tp. 

Kirby, Caleb carp, res w s Boston pike, 2f 
miles s Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

KIEBY, EDWAED far, H miles s Nat. 
road, 3£ miles s e Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

K irby, Miivy— widow Michaels-res n s South 
Second w of Walnut, Cambridge. 

KIEBY, J. S. telegraph operator, res e s 
Seventh, bet Main and Broadway, Eichmond. 

Kirby, Miss Sarah res with Lafayette Dev- 
lin, Cambridge. 

Kirk, Benjamin cl'k, res s s Maple, bet 
Dublin and Davis sts, Dublin. 

K irk & Ballard — Isaiah K $ Achilles B. — 
boots and Shoes, n s Cumberland bet Dublin 
and Davis, Dublin. 

Kirk, Ezekiel far on farm owned by Jacob 
Drischel 2\ miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

K irk, Edwin E. carp, res w s Ash bet 
Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

K irk, Isaiah — Kirk § Sharp-Kirk ij- Bal- 
lard — res n s Cumberland, w Dublin. 

Kirk, James shoemaker, res e sMain Cross 
bet Spice and South, Centerville. 

Kirk, Malone C. far res near depot, w s 
Bentonville road, Dublion, Jackson tp. 

Kirk & Sharp — Isaiah # John — grocers, s 
e cor Cumberland and Johnson, Dublin. 



Kirk, Miss Theadocia res with Benjamin; 
Kirk, Dublin. 

Kirkhuff, Caroline J.— widow John — res- 
with Israel Eisinger, Germantown. 

KIEKMAN, ALPHEUS L. far, son of 
and res with J. W. Kirkman, 3 miles n w of 
Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Kirkman, George H. lab, res with John 
W. Kirkman, Wayne tp. 

KIEKMAN, JOHN W. far, J mile w of 
Union pike, 3 miles n w of Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Kirkman, Jonathan res Fairfax — Soldier. 

Kirlin, John far e s Jacksonburg road, 3^ 
miles e Milton, Washington tp. 

Kirlin, Kachel — col'd — res with Wm. Kir- 
lin, Washington tp. 

Kirlin, William far e s Jacksonburg road, 
3£ miles e Milton, Washington tp. 

KIEMAN, WILLIAM brick-mason, re* 
Eichmond. 

Kirn, John mach res w s Eighth bet South 
and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Kiser, Daniel far on farm owned by Lean- 
der Irvin, 3£ miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Kiser, John res n s Main, Germantown. 

Kiser, John, sr., lab res Germantown. 

KISSEL, WILLIAM physician, n s 
Main. Germantown, res same. 

KITSELMAN, DANIEL G. gate-keeper 
i»n Hillsboro pike, J mile n e Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Kitselman, John far 4J miles n Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Kitson, Miss Eliza E. res with Mrs. H. 
Kitson. 

Kitson, Miss Eliza E. dressmaker, res e s 
Marion bet Main and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Kitson, Hannah — widow Nathan — res e a 
Marion bet Main and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Kitson, William mach res with Mrs. H. 
Kitson, Eichmond. 

Kittenger, Joseph far on farm owned by 
Larkin Howel, Dalton tp, 4 miles n Hagers- 
town. 

Kitterman, Ephraim far on farm owned by 
Stephen Hony, 4 miles n w Centerville, Cen- 
ter tp. 

Kitterman, Harvey far on farm owned by 
Stephen Hony, 4 miles n w Centerville, Cen- 
ter tp. 

Kitterman, Philip far s s Nat. road, 3 miles 
s w Centerville, Center tp. 

KITTEEMAN, SOLOMON far Harrison 
tp, 4 miles n w Centerville. 

KITTEEMAN, SOLOMON D. far 31 
miles s w Centerville, Center tp. 

Kittle, Thomas carp res w s Tenth n E. E., 
Eichmond. 

Klaane, Dena — widow John — res with Jo- 
seph Brokamp, Eichmond. 

Klehforth, Edward lab res e s Front bet 
Sycamore and Market, Eichmond. 

Klein, Solomon confectioner, e s Ft. Wayne 
Av. bet Vine andNoble> res same, Eichmond. 



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L. H. SARGENT. 



THOS. J. BIGGS. 



L. H. SARGENT & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

Wholesale Dealers in 

Bacon, Flour, Grain, Seeds, Fruits, Cheese, Butter, k, 

AND AGENTS FOR THE MASON CITY SALT COMPANY, 

No. 31 Walnut Street, Cincinnati. 

JO®" Fine Table Salt in Sacks, and Common Fine in Barrels, of all varieties, constantly 
on hand, at lowest prices. 



Kleinhens, Mary serv at Avenue Hse, 
Kichmond. 

Kliesner, Joseph lab res e s Pearl, bet South 
and Mill, Richmond. 



Knight, Benajah far w s Williamsburg 
pike, h mile n w Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

KNIGHT, JOSIAH far h mile e Win- 
chester pike, 2§ miles s w Newport, New 



Kliesner, David lab res e s Pearl, bet Mill ( Garden tp. 
and Sycamore, Richmond. K night, Miss Phebe J. res with Ann Jes- 

Klengle, John lab res Jacob Crist's farm, 'sup, Green tp. 



Wayne tp 

Kline, Peter far n a 0\>nnersville and Mil- 
ton pike, 2 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Klingenhager, William cooper Pennville, 
Jackson tp. 

Klute, Henry lab res n w cor Mill and 
Front, Richmond. 

Klute, Henry lab res s e cor Front and 
South, Richmond. 

Kluter, Miss Eliza res with Fred. Sudhoff, 
Richmond. 

Kluter. Elizabeth — widow Christopher — res 
with Fred. Sudhoff, Richmond. 

KLUTZ, HENRY far n s Centerville and 
Milton road, 3 miles e Milton, Washington 
tp. 

KNABE, ALBERT far e s Chester and 
Arba pike, f mile n Chester, Wayne tp. 

KNAITER, RINALDO prof, vocal and 
instrumental music in Centerville Collegiate 
Institute res e s Marion, bet Main & Spring 
Richmond. 

Knaul, Fred, mach res 55 South Fifth, Rich- 
mond. 

Knaul, Frederick rnolder res with Mrs 
Roberts, Richmond. 

Knecht, Charles far \ mile w Cambridge 
and Dalton pike, 3 miles s w Hagerstown 
Jefferson tp. 

Knecht, Charles S. far h mile w Cambridge 
and Dalton pike, 3 miles s w Hagerstown 
Jefferson tp. 

Knecht, Miss Sarah res with Chas. Knecht, 
Jefferson tp. 

Knecht, William cooper res £ mile w Cam 
bridge and Dalton pike, 3 miles s w Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 



Knight, Samuel far son of Benjamin Knight . 

KNIPE, JACOB W.—Treadway y Co.— 
res e s Foundry, n Cumberland, Dublin. 

Knipe, Miss Luzena res with Semira Knipe, 
Dublin. 

Knipe, Semira — widow Edward — res n s 
Cumberland, bet Milton and Dublin, Dublin. 

Knisse, Miss Lizzie res with Andrew Dres- 
hel, Cambridge. 

Knode, A. B. elk with R. & F. G. Newcom, 
res n w cor South Market and Washington, 
Hagerstown. 

Knode,. George M. nurseryman res s s 
Main, bet Washington and Pearl, Hagers- 
town. 

Knoll, Isaac lab res w s Front, bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond. 

Knollenberg, Miss Agnes J. res with Fred- 
erick Knollenberg, Richmond. 

Knollenberg, Bernhardt blacksmith res w 
s Front, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

KNOLLENBERG, CHARLES — Knol- 
lenberg §■ Co. — res n e cor Sycamore and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

Knollenberg, David res with David Sittow, 
Wayne tp. 

KNOLLENBERG, FREDERICK saloon 
& express deliverer e s Ft. Wayne Av, bet 
Noble and passenger depot, res s s Washing- 
ton Av, bet Gaar and Ft. Wayne Av, Rich- 
mond. 

KNOLLENBERG & CO.— Charles K., 
Henry Schutle, $ William Range — blacksmith, 
wagons & pumps, e s Marion, bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Knollenberg, Miss Mary res with Jonas 
Gaar, Richmond. 



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Knollenberg, Miss Mary res with Henry 
Jurgens, Richmond. 

KNOLLENBERG, ROBERT S. book- 
keeper res with Ered. Knollenberg, Richmond. 

Knopf, C. H. & Bra- O. H. Knopf § Louis 
Knopf— butchers w s Pearl, bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Knorpp, Christian tailor res on Cambridge 
and Simon's Creek pike 2J miles n Dublin, 
Jackson tp. 

Knorpp, Earnst lab res with Christian 
Knorpp, Jackson tp. 

Knorpf, H. G. turner e s Pearl, bet Walnut 
and Main, res same, Richmond. 

Knost, Miss Eliza res with William Kod- 
dington, Richmond. 

Knott, Ann — widow — res with Chas. Knott, 
near Richmond. 

Knott, Charles broom maker, res e s Bos- 
ton tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

Knott, John far and broom manuf res 
Newport. 

Knott, William broom maker res e s Bos- 
ton tpke 1 mile s Richmond. 

Knox, Henry — cold — drayman, res n s 
Railroad St. bet Walnut and Jones, Cam- 
bridge. 

KNOX, JOSIAH N. agt Ind. Eire Ins. 
Co., res 88 South Pearl, Richmond. 

Knox, Miss Sarah E. res with Woodman 
Carey, Milton. 

Koddingten, William carp res e s Front 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Kcehring, Henry engineer at Ezra Smith 
& Co.'s, res e s Franklin bet Mill and South, 
Richmond. 

Kohl, John tailor, res w s Jackson bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

h ohring, Garret — G. $ J. Kohring — 
mach res s e cor Mill and Front, Richmond 

Kohring, G. & J. — Garret § John — grocers 
s e cor Front and Mill, Richmond. 

Kohring, Henry lab res w s Franklin ; 
Market, Richmond. 

Kohring, J. — G. $ J. — res s e cor Front 
and Mill, Richmond. 

Kohreng, Miss Mary E. res with William 
Kohreng, Richmond. 

Kohreng, William bank watchman, res e s 
. . 



Washington bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

KOOCH, Rev. GEORGE M. res e s Bos- 
ton tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

KOOGLE, JACOB— Koogle $ Son— res w 
s Eighth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

KOOGLE, JOHN— Koogle f So?i—res n s 
Spring bet Pearl and Washington, Rich- 
mond. 

KOOGLE & SON— Jacob $ John— china 
and glassware, 79 s s Main bet Marion and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

KOONS, BENJAMIN far res with Jere- 
miah Koons, Wayne tp. 

Koons, Miss Hannah res with Jeremiah 
Koons, Wayne tp. 

Koons, Jeremiah blacksmith, 2_ miles s e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Koons, Miss Martha M. teacher, res with 
Jeremiah Koons, Wayne tp. 

Kordell, Adiahr far w s Washington and 
Hagerstown pike, 1£ miles e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Kordell, Elizabeth — widmv Andrew — res 
with John Young, Jefferson tp. 

Kordell, Richard, far with Michael Foist, 
Jefferson tp. 

Korney, Sophia res w s South High, Rich- 
mond. 

Korthouse, William grocer n s Marion, bet 
Main and Walnut, res same, Richmond. 

Koster, William cooper res with Charles 
Summer, Richmond. 

Kraenmaer, Sophia — widoio William — res 
w s South High, Richmond. 

Kramer, George far 3 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Kramer, William far lj miles w Center- 
ville pike, 3 miles n w Abington Abington tp. 

Krause, Robert cabinet maker bds with 
Henry Shulhof, Richmond. 

Kreimeir, Henry tailor res w s Marion, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Kruyel, Frederick teamster res 55 South 
Marion, Richmond. 

Kuhns, Edward mach e s Franklin, n Sas- 
safras, Richmond — Soldier. 

Kuhn, Lucas far 3 miles s e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Kute, Michael lab res Sevastopol. 



Labayteaux, John retired, res n e cor Col- 
lege and Plum, Hagerstown. 

_acelle, Bingham far, Green tp, s s Wil 
liamsburg and Economy road, 2J miles w of 
Economy. 

Lacey* Miss Elizabeth res with Wm Lacey, 
New Garden tp. 

LACEY, THOMAS M. far and horse 
doctor, \ mile e Lynnsville pike, 3 miles n 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Lacey, Wm. far 2 miles n Newport, New 
Garden tp. 



Lacey, Wm. Wesley far \ mile e Lynn- 
ville pike, 3 J miles n Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Lacier, Catharine — widow Jacob — dress-ma- 
ker, res w s Pearl bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Lackey, Miss Clementine res with Sunford 
Lackey, Cambridge. 

Lackey, Miss Jane res with Sandford Lac- 
key, Cambridge. 

Lackey, Mary A. — icidow Ira — res with 
Sarah Hermitage. 



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HADLSY'S NORMAL ACADEMY, 

RICHMOND, IIVJ3. 



This is a School adapted to pupils of all grades, supplied with the best of Teachers, and 
affording excellent advantages to 

THOSE EXPECTING TO TEA€H. 

The School Year, consisting of two Sessions of twenty-two weeks each, begins on the first 
Monday in September of each year. 

TUITION FROM $12,50 TO $25,00 PER SESSION. 

sendforcirouiar. HIRAM HADLEY, Principal. 



Lackey, Sanford horse dealer, res s s Main 
bet Foote and Green, Cambridge. 

Ladd, Miss Elizabeth milliner, with Mrs. 
Ilift* Front st, Richmond, res with J. D. 
Ladd, Green tp. 

Ladd, Misa Hannah res ■with J. D. Ladd, 
Green tp. 

Ladd, Josephus D. far, w s Bloomingport 
pike, 2 J. miles n Willamsburg, Green tp. 

Ladd, Milton — cold — lab, res n w cor Ma- 
rion and South, Kichmond. 

Ladd, Miss Susannah res with J. D. Ladd, 
Green tp. 

Lafevre, James carp res East Cambridge. 
Mr. Lafevre had five sons and two step-sons 
in the army, all enlisted in Ohio. 

Laker, Jane — widow John — res w s Hills- 
boro pike, li miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Laker, John knife maker, res with Mrs. J. 
Laker, "Wayne tp. 

Lakey, Ephraim far on farm owned by 
Eva Stambough, 2| miles n Dublin, Jack- 
eon tp. 

Lamb, Allen far, res on farm owned by 
Milo Lamb, e s Economy and Washington 
pike, 2J miles s e of Economj', Perry tp. 

Lamb, Miss Amanda res with Catharine 
Lamb, Dalton tp. 

Lamb, B. F. teacher, res with Hiram 
Hough, Newport. 

Lamb, Caleb B. far in Dalton tp, 4 miles 
n Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Lamb, Catharine — widow Kendall — Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Lamb, Elias far e s Washington and Econ- 
omy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 

LAMB, HARVEY far res n s Winchester 
road, 1 mile n Economy, Perry tp ; has four, 
sons in the army. 

Lamb, Henry carriage trimmer, res w si 
Seventh, bet Market and Sycamore, Rich-, 
mond. 

Lamb, Isaac trader in real estate n s Nat J 
road, | miJe w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Lamb Ithamer far n s Washington and 



Economy pike, 3^ miles n w Washington} 
Clay tp. 

Lamb, John far res with Harvey Lamb, 
Perry tp. 

Lamb, Joseph far e s Washington and 
Economy pike, 3\ miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Lamb, Joseph B. far 2J miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Lamb, Miss Louisa E. res with Ithamer 
Lamb, Clay tp. 

Lamb, Miss Lucinda res with Thos. Lamb, 
Dalton. 

Lamb, Martin far n s Newcastle road, 3J 
miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Lamb, Mary R. — widow Holder son B. — res 
with George W. Jordan, Dalton tp. 

Lamb, M. J. far res with Martin Lamb, 
Green tp. 

Lamb, Merritt far l£ miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp — Soldier. 

LAMB, MILO far res e s Economy and 
Washington pike, 2 miles s e Economy, Perry 
tp. 

Lamb, Miss Olinda res with Thos. Lamb, 
Dalton. 

Lamb, Miss Parthenia — cold — res at Mer- 
edith H'se, Richmond. 

LAMB, PHINEAS far w s Williamsburg 
pike, 2 miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 
Thomas Lamb, the father of Phineas, was 
born in North Carolina in 1780;, came to 
Wayne county in 1808; was married, in 
1813, to a daughter of John Smith, one of the 
original proprietors of Richmond, and was 
killed while walking on the C. & G. E. R. R., 
Feb., 1855. 

Lamb, Miss Priscilla res with Martin 
Lamb, Green tp. 

Lamb, Miss Rebecca res with Landon 
Thomas, Center tp. 

Lamb, Robert far res with Joseph B. Lamb, 
Abington tp. 

Lamb, Rosa res with Isaac Lamb, West 
Richmond. 



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Lamb, Samuel far res on farm owned by 
John Payne, 1 mile n Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Lamb, Miss Sarah E. res with Joseph 
Lamb, Clay tp. 

Lamb, Thomas far Dalton, Dalton tp. 

LAMB, WILLIAM lab res with John 
"W. Free, Richmond. 

LAMB, WILLIAM res e s Economy & 
Washington pike, 2 \ miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp — Soldier. 

Lamb, Vashti res with J. Lamb, West 
Richmond. 

Lambarger — widow William, soldier — res 
Cambridge. 

Lambert, Arminda — widow Elijah, soldier 
— res Bethel. Her husband went from Ran- 
dolph Co., in the 69th Reg't I. V. I., and was 
killed at the battle of Champion Hills, Miss. 

Lambert, Christopher cooper, shop and res 
e s Liberty pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Lambert, William stone mason, res e s 
Liberty pike, s Catholic Cemetery, Rich- 
mond. 

Lamm, M. M. coach maker, bds with R. 
B. Huff, Newport. 

Lamm, Edward carriage maker, res e s 
Sixth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Lamott, Joshua far res in the extreme n e 
cor Washington tp, 4 miles w Centerville. 

Lamott, Miss Rachel res with Joshua La- 
mott, Washington tp. 

Lampson, Horace res s s Main bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Lancaster, Miss Eliza res with W. S. Lan- 
caster, Richmond. 

Lancaster, Jeremiah L. railroader, res with 
W. S. Lancaster, Richmond. 

Lancaster, Miss Kate res with W. S. Lan- 
caster, Richmond. 

Lancaster, Phebe inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

LANCASTER, WILLIAM B. railroader, 
res n e cor Ninth and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Lancaster, William S. far res e s Eighth 
bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

LANCASTER, WRIGHT railroader, res 
s e cor Ninth and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Lanckton, Sarah — widow William — res n s 
Walnut bet Jackson and Green, Richmond. 

Land, Horatio N. mach res with Jonas 
Gaar, Richmond. 

Landess, Henry lab on farm owned bv 
Jesse Fouts, Dalton tp, 3 miles n Hagers- 
town. 

Landess, John far res | mile w Economy 
& Washington pike, leaving said pike U 
miles s w Economy. 

Landes, Miss Mary res with Daniel Strick" 
ler, Clay tp. 

Landers, Solomon far, 2 h miles n Jackson- 
ourg, Harrison tp. 

Landwehr, Miss Catharine milliner, res 
with H. Landwehr, Richmond. 

LANDWEHR, FREDERICK dry good. 



and groceries, n e cor Franklin and South, 
res same, Richmond. 

Landwehr, Henry cigar maker, res n e 
cor Front and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Lane, Tobias & Co. composed of Tobias 
Lane of Middletown, Ohio, and seven or 
eight others, fodder cutter, s s Noble bet Fifth 
and Sixth, Richmond. 

Langford, Ellison — col'd — lab, res with Au- 
reline M. Hosier. 

Lanmare, Charles carp, res w s Short st, 
Centerville. 

Lannerd, Miss Barbara res with George 
Lannerd, Jackson tp. 

Lannerd, David res with George Lan- 
nerd, Jackson tp. 

Lannerd, George far 3 miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Lannin Miss Maria res at Huntington Hs'e, 
Richmond. 

Lannin, Miss Theresa res at Huntington 
Hs'e, Richmond. 

Lannis, Louis blacksmith, res s s Semina- 
ry st bet Main Cross and Westriver streets, 
Milton. 

Lanon, : Catharine serv, res Earlham. 

LANTHURN, W. H.— W. H. Lanthurn 
§ Co. — res e s Ninth bet Vine and Sassafras, 
Richmond. 

LANTHURN, W. H. & CO.-- W. H. L. $ 

D. K. Zellcr — books and stationery, pictures 
and picture frames, and publishers of the 
"Wayne Co. Directory and Soldiers' Regis- 
ter," 86 Main opposite Huntington House, 
Richmond. 

Lantin, Nicholas brickmaker, res \ mile 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

LANTZ, DAVID M. grocer and liquor 
dealer, s w cor Perry and Walnut, res same, 
Hagerstown. 

LANTZ, J. G. wagon-maker" n s Main 
bet Spruce and Ash, Centerville. 

Lantz, Mary E. — widow Daniel — res n s 
Main bet Spruce and Ash, Centerville. 

Larkin, C. P. harness-maker with Wig- 
gins & Co., res w s Front bet Main and Wal- 
nut, Richmond. 

Larkin, Hannah — widow Samuel — res e s 
Connersville & Milton pike, 6 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Larkin, Henry far \\ miles n e Abington, 
Abington tp. 

LARKIN, WILLIAM C. far w s Jack- 
sonburg road, 5 J miles s e Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Larmer, Catharine — widow John — res with 
IVm. Maschmeier, Richmond. 

LARSH, Leroy M. far and agt for water- 
wheels, res w s Liberty pike, 2 miles s w 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Larsh, Miss Sabina C. teacher, res with 
Leroy M. Larsh, Wayne tp. 

Larsh, Miss Sarah J. res with Leroy M. 
Larsh, Wayne tp. 



CI T I Z £ N Sj DIRECTORY, 



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WM. O. THOMPSON 



^I;inu.facfru.rer of 



And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 




North Side Main, between Fifth and Sixth Streets, 

B®~.A11 Orders [Promptly Filled. 



Lary, Timothy lab e s North Gay, East 
Cambridge. 

Lashley, Alfred J. trader, n s Main bet 
Spruce and Ash, Centerville. 



Benjamin res Main, s end, 
Dublin. 



Lawrence 
Bethel. 

Lawrence, Edmund far s s E. R 
Lawrence, Emily — coVd — serv res with J 



Lashley, Miss Clarinda res with Daniel F. Miller, Bichmond. 
Lashley, Centerville. Lawrence, Miss Frank res with Edmund 

Lashley, Daniel L. prop Centerville Hotel, Lawrence, Dublin. 
Centerville. Lawrence, George M. — coVd — res with Na- 

Lashley, Miss Elizabeth res with Daniel thaniel Lawrence. 
Lashley, Centerville. Lawrence, Harriet — widow Erastus — res s s 

LASSELL, BINGHAM far s s Economy Cumberland, bet Foundry and Milton, Dub 
road, 3 miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp 



lin. 



Lassiter, James P. far res with Nathan 
Cammack, Washington tp; served 3 years 
in the rebel army. 

Latard, Miss Fannie music teacher and 
linguist, res with Mrs. Elizabeth Swain, 
Bichmond. 

Latleif, William lab res s w cor Pearl and 
Mill, Kichmond. 

LATSHAW, GEOKGE miller n s Nat. 
road, Jackson tp, 4£ miles w Centerville. 

Latshaw, Peter F. far n s C. & G. E. K. K., 
2£ miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Laudig. Miss Matilda res with Solomon 
Laudig. G'-rmantown. 

Laudig, Miss Sarah res with Solomon Lau- 
dig, Germantown. 

Laudig, Solomon wagon maker, res Ger- 
mantown. 

Lavell, Thomas lab res w s Ninth n K. K., 
Bichmond. 

Lavender, Matt lab e s Kichmond & Lib- 
erty Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 5 J miles s 
Bichmond . 

LAW, DANIEL M. lab res'Germantown. 

Lawder, Patrick lab res w s Tenth n B. B., 
Bichmond. 

Lawler, James lab res w s Tenth n R. K., 
Kichmond. 

Lawler, John lab res e s North Green 
Kichmond. 

Lawrence, Anna J. — col'd — res with Na- 
thaniel Lawrence. 



Lawrence, L. L. — Davis, Lawrence $ Co. — 
res s s Cumberland, bet County road and Mil- 
ton st., Dublin. 

Lawrence, Nathaniel — col'd— far with Wil- 
liam P. Quinn. 

Laws, John M. dry goods n s Main, bet 
Pearl and Front, res w s Front, bet Spring 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Laws, J. P. wool dealer e s Ft. Wayne 
Avenue, bet Noble and Vine, res s w cor 
Cliff and Ft. Wayne Avenue, Richmond. 

Lawson, Daniel far res with J. Lawson, 
Jackson tp. 

Lawson, John far n s Hagerstown pike, 2 
miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Lawson, John W. far n s Bentonville pike, 
1 mile w Milton, Washington tp. 

Lawton, Stanley mach res s e cor Center 
and North High, Bichmond. 

Layard, O. P. retired res s w cor Eighth 
and Sassafras, Bichmond. 

Layer, Levi ten-pin alley e s Marion bet 
Main and Walnut, res with Charles Lichten- 
fels, Bichmond. 

Laymon, Thomas J. dry goods n w cor 
Cumberland and Johnson, res same, Dublin. 

Leab, Miss Margaret res with John Leab, 
Pennville. 

Leab, John retired res Pennville. 
Leach, William cooper near Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

League, Esther — widow John W. — boarding 



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house n e cor North High and Center, Rich- 
mond. 

League, Miss Mary res with Esther League, 
Richmond. 

League, William far w s "West River, 1 
mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Leap, Charles, haker res e s Pearl, bet 
Walnut and Main, Richmond. 

Leaphardt, Clara — widow Charles — res s s 
Walnut, bet Main Cross and West River sts., 
Milton. 

Leaphardt, Miss Mary A. res with Clara 
Leaphardt, Milton. 

LEAVE LL, JOHN" H. miller res with Pe- 
ter Waltz, Clay tp. 

Leavitt, Miss Julia music teacher res with 
George Eckel, Richmond. 

Lebrick, Miss Emma res with John Le- 
brick, Dublin. 

Lebrick, J. W. grocer & dry goods s e cor 
Davis and Cumberland, Dublin. 

Lebrick, Miss Kate teacher res with John 
Lebrick, Dublin. 

Ledbetter, Dempsey P. far 2£ miles e Dal- 
ton, Dalton tp. 

Ledbetter, Wesley S. far 2\ miles e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Ledbetter, William W. far with Wesley S. 
Ledbetter. 

Lee, David far res with Hannah Larkin, 
Washington tp. 

Lee, David far 2| miles s w Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Lee, Harry railroad lab res with John Hal 
lopetcr, Richmond. 

Lee, Nellie — widow Thomas — res with Ben- 
jamin Ward, Wayne tp. 

LEEDS, H. R. carp res e s Marion, bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

LEEDS, NOAH S.— Vanuxen $ Leeds 
res n e cor Seventh and Vine, Richmond. 

Leekey, Lewis w s Dalton pike, 1^- miles n 
Dalton, Dalton tp. 

LEESON, C. A, far s s Nat. road, 2^ miles 
e Germantown, Jackson tp. 

LEESON, ELIZABETH— wife Moses, Sol- 
dier—res, n s Milton, first house n R. R., Dub- 
lin. 

Leeson, James far 1 mile s Jacksonsburg, 
Harrison tp. 

LEESON, JOHN H. far 1 J miles s e Jack- 
eonsburg, Harrison tp. 

Leeson, Silas 0. carp res n s Cumberland, 
bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

Lefever, Miss Ellen res with Mrs. Rebecca 
Lefever, Richmond. 

Lefever, Rebecca — widow William — res e s 
Front, bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

LEFFLER, DAVID far £ mile s w Penn- 
ville, Jackson tp. 

Lefner, Samuel res with David LefHer, 
Jackson tp. 

Lef ker, Miss Caroline res with Frederick 
Lef ker, Richmond. 



Lef ker, Frederick mach res w s Front, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Legg, Burgess J. far n s Richmond and 
Washington road, 5 miles n w Richmond, 
Center tp. 

Leib, Emanuel far 3 miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Leib, Jacob far res with John Wood, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Leibhard, Jonathan dyer with Wm. Test 
& Bros, res e s Seventh, bet Main and Wal- 
nut, Richmond. 

Leighty, George, sen. far Harrison tp, 2 
miles n e East Germantown, Harrison tp. 

Leighty, James far Harrison tp, lh miles n 
East Germantown. 

LEIVE CHARLES— Lewis, Shofer # Go. 
— res w s Pearl, bet Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 

Leive, Mary — widow Henry — res 66 South 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Lemmon, James L. artist and elk res e 8 
Main Cross, bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Lemmon, John grocer s s Main, bet West 
River and Main Cross, res s s Main Cross, 
bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Lemmon, Miss Mary E. res with John 
Lemmon, Milton. 

Lemon, Catharine — widow John — res with 
John Izor, Milton. 

LEMON, Rev. ORANGE V. presiding 
elder M. E. Church — Muncie (Ind.) district 
— res e s Pearl, bet Sassafras and Cliff, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Lemon, J. W. ticket agt for Baltimore & 
Ohio R. R., res with O. V. Lemon, Richmond 
— Soldier. 

LENARDSON, H. drug store and physi- 
cian, s e cor Main and Washington, Hagers- 
town — Soldier. 

Lenard, Patrick lab res w s Basin bet 
Chestnut and Plum, Cambridge. 

LENHART, F. S. stoves and tin-ware, s s 
Main bet Main Cross and First, res same, 
Centerville. 

Lenyers, Joseph molder, res s w cor Pearl 
and Mill, Richmond. 

Leonard, Bernard far res 3 miles s e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

Leonard, George far 3 miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Leonard, James lab res s s South Second 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Leonard, Jonathan shoemaker, bds with 
Stacy Wilkins, Richmond. 

Leonard, Miss Kate res with Gurdon Wil- 
liams, Richmond. 

LEONARD, MARCUS A. carp res n s 
Nat. road e Dublin. 

Leonard Marquis A. foundryman, res n e 
cor Cumberland and Foundry, Dublin. 

Leonard, Mark stage-driver, bds at Baker 
Hse, Richmond. 

Leonard, Mary — widow Henry — res Ger- 
mantown. 



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125 



3Xilton 9 Wayne Co., Ind. 

ORGANIZED APRIL 27th, 1865. 



W. H. MOORE, President. 



STOCKHOLDERS : 



J. J. PETTY, Cashier. 



C. H. MOORE, RICHARD WHITE, A. B. CLAYPOOL, ISAAC KINSEY 
J. J. PETTY, W. H. MOORE, JOSEPH DAVIS. 



Discounts Bills and Notes, Buys and Sells Exchange, 

And transacts a general Banking business. Pays interest on time Deposits &c. 



Leonard, Patrick lab res e s Washington 
bet Cliff and Spring, Bichmond 

Leonard, Stokes P. retired, res e s Eighth 
bet Vine and Sassafras, Bichmond, 

Leonard, William engineer, res w s Gaar 
opp Spring Foundry, Bichmond 

LEONABD, W. S. engineer, res s e cor 
Gaar and Washington Av., Bichmond. 

LEEING, DAVID— William Males $ Co. 
— res s w cor Connersville and Cherry, Mil- 
ton. 

LESH, DANIEL prop Sherman Hse, No. 
16 Main, Bichmond — Soldier. 

Less, Bernhardt carp res e s Cemetery St., 
Bichmond. 

LESTEE, M AEG ABET J 



town. 

Levlon, Debolt boiler maker, res e s Marion 
bet Main and Walnut, Bichmond. 

Leverton, Arthur W. far res n s Conners- 
ville St., near W. W. Canal, Milton. 

Leverton, Bangard T. far res with Arthur 
Leverton, Milton. 

Leverton, Erancis M. blacksmith res with 
Arthur Leverton, Milton. 

Levicker, Herman lab res w s Pearl bet 
South and Boston pike, Bichmond. 

Levinson & Franklin — Jacob L. $ Michael 
F. — s e cor Main and Foot, Cambridge. 

Levinson, Jacob — Levinson # Franklin — 
res Cin'ti, Ohio. 



and Economy pike, 2 miles n w Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Leweling, Miss Martha A. res with Joshua 
Jefferis. 

Lewer, Thomas lab res s s Washington ave 
bet Gaar and Ft Wayne ave, Bichmond. 

Lewis, Albert H. baker bds with M. C. 
Lewis, Bichmond. 

LEWIS, ALLEN W. far e s Greensfork 
l\ miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Lewis, Anna — widow William J. — res with 
Mrs. Naomi Coffin, Bichmond. 

LEWIS, CALEB far 1\ miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Lewis, Catharine — col'd, widow Ezekiel — res 
ife of Caleb, with Sam '! Lewis, Newport. 

1 Lewis, Charles E. mach bds with M. C. 
Lewis, Bichmond. 

Lewis, Charles — cold— lab res e s Pearl bet 
South and Mill, Bichmond. 

Lewis, Harriet res e s Main Cross, Center- 
ville. 

Lewis, Jacob blacksmith res e s Conners- 
ville pike, s Milton, Washington tp. 

Lewis, James res with Matilda Lewis 3J 
miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Lewis, John— col'd— lab res s s South Se- 
cond bet Walnut and Green, Cambridge. 

LEWIS JOHN M. far res with Caleb 
Lewis, Washington tp. 



toldier— res with William Miller, German-L Lewis^ Charles E. mach bds with 



LEWIS, JOSEPH far e s Williamsburg 
Levingston, John P. gardener res e s Fifth ^LnT^ ^ * "^ " ^^^^ 

Lewis, M. C. — Lewis $ Wilson — res e s 
Sixth bet Main and Broadway, Bichmond. 

Lewis, Margaret res with Naomi Collin, 
Bichmond. 

Lewis, Miss Mary J. — col'd— res with Nim- 
rod Lewis, Bichmond. 

Lewis, Matilda — widow Jeihro — res 3 \ miles 
n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Lewis, Miss Melissa res with Caleb Lewis, 
Washington tp. 



bet Walnut and South, Bichmond. 

LEVISTON, J. M. stoves and tinware 51 
s s Main bet Pearl and Marion, res 26 w s 
Sixth bet Main and Walnut, Bichmond. 

Leweling, Miss Elizabeth res with Joshua 
Jefferis, Franklin tp. 

LEWELING, HENEY C. res on farm 
owned by Joshua Jefferis, Franklin tp — Sol- 
dier. 

Lewellen, James H. far n s Williamsburg 



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W AYN E COUNTY 



Lewis, Miss Minerva res with Caleb Lewis, 
"Washington tp. 

Lewis, Miss Nancy res with Allen W. 
Lewis, Green tp. 

Lewis, Nimrod — coVd — far res w s Eighth, 
bet (South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Lewis, Samuel — col'd — res Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Lewis & Wilson — N. G. Lewis § Stephen 
D. Wilson — proprs steam bakery, w s Sixth, 
bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Lichtent'els, Christopher carp res No. 80 
South Sixth, Richmond. 

Lichtent'els, Charles saloon e s Marion, bet 
Main and Walnut, res w s Fifth, bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond 

L1CHTEN FELS, GOTTLIEB — Jacob 
Gohner § Co. — res Avenue Hse, Richmond 

LICHTENFELS, JOHN grocer 72 South 
Fifth, res same, Richmond. 

Lichtent'els, Peter elk at Cincinnati store, 
bds with Paul Drapert, Richmond. 



Little, Charles C. carriage trimmer, res e 8 
Marion bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

LITTLE, DAVID— Boyd # Little— -far % 
mile n w Middleboro, Wayne tp. 

Little, Elizabeth res with Gabriel Crull, 
Washington tp. 

Little, James D. far res n s Economy & 
Hagerstown road, 1 mile w Economy, Perry 
tp. 

Little, John far res with Peter Little, 
Washington tp. 

Little, Lucius shoemaker, res w s Main 
Cross bet Plum and Water, Centerville. 

Little, Mary — widow Peter — res with Philip 
Fox, Washington tp. 

Little, Miss Miriam res with David Little, 
Wayne tp. 

LITTLE, PETER far w s Connersville & 
Milton pike, 6 miles s e Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Little, Rebecca — widow Henry — res with E. 
H. Page, Richmond. 

Little, Thomas painter, res s s Walnut bet 



Liggette, Anna — widow John — grocery 
junction Marion and Front, res same, Rich-iSixth and Seventh, Richmond, 
inond. j Littrell, Jane — widow Richard — res 

Ligors, Joseph molder, res w s Pearl, s Davis n Cumberland, Dublin 



Main, Kichmond. 

Likins, Henry lab res Centerville. 

Lincoln, Charles express messenger res 
with William Mason, Richmond. 

Linch, Martin lab res Boston. 

LINDSAY, BENJAMIN J.—Lindsey £ 
Watson — res e s Tenth, n Railroad, Richmond. 

LINDSAY & WATSON— Benjamin, J. 



Livengood, Jonathan far res Newport. 

LIVENGOOD, J. D. res w s Centerville 
& Williamsburg pike, n R. R., Centerville. 

Livingston, Isaac lab res n w cor Plum 
and North Market, Hagerstown. 

Livingston, Miss Sarah res with Isaac Liv- 
ingston, Hagerstown. 

Lloyd, W illiam E. harness maker with J. 



L. § James T. W. — carps & builders n s Cliff, |S. Roberts, res Anderson Hse, Hagerstown 



bet Gaar and Fort Wayne Av, Richmond 

Linderman, Henry lab res West Richmond. 

LIJSEBUKG, JOHN hreman res at Pitt- 
man's boarding house, Richmond. 

Linley, W liiiam far res n s College, bet 
Plum and W ashington, Hagerstown. 

Linn, Aaron M. blacksmith "Relief Mills," 
Boston tp, 2h miles s e Richmond. 

Linnemon, lab res with Mrs. 

Anna M Linnemon, Richmond. 

Linnermann, Mary — widow Barney — res e 
s High, Richmond. 

Lmsey, Miss Sallie res with Thomas Bee- 
son. 

Linthicum, Albert far w R. & N. pike, f 
mile w Chester, Wayne tp 



Lock, John cooper, shop and res Abington 
— Soldier. 

Locke, Jesse W. far on farm owned by 
John A. Lock, Dalton tp 4^ miles n Hagers- 
town. 

Locke, John A. far Dalton tp 4 miles n 
Hagerstown. 

Locke, Lucretia — insane — res with Wm. 
Bond. 

Locke, William res s e cor Main and Mar- 
ket, Economy. 

Locke, William M. res with John A. Locke 
Dalton tp — Soldier. 

LOCK WOOD, C. F. physician bds with 
John Berry, Jacksonburg. 

Rockley, Thomas — cold— far 3 miles 



Lippincott, Miss Clara res with S. R. Lip-; Richmond, \ mile n New Paris road, Wayne 
pincott, Richmond. [tp. 

LIPPINCOTT, SAMUEL R. carriage Locnle, Charles grocer n e cor Pearl and 
manuf (established in 1837), e s Marion bet'South, res same, Richmond. 



Main and Walnut, opp the P. O., res e s 
Fifth bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 



LOEWENSTEIN, Rev GODFRIED pas- 
tor German Lutheran Church w s Front bet 



Lisk, Miss Charlotte res with Ransom Sycamore and Mill, res same, Richmond. 



Lisk, Milton 

Lisk, Ransom far res n s Walnut w Brook, 
Milton. 

Listz, Clem lab res e s Cemetery St., Rich- 
mond. 

Little, Annie res with David Little, Wayne 
tp. 



Loftuss, Miss Mary res with Noah Cadwal- 
lader, Wayne tp. 

Logan, Miss Helen M. res with George 
Buhl, Wayne tp. 

Logan, John A. blacksmith res with Thom- 
as P. Logan, Richmond — Soldier. 

LOGAN, THOMAS P. foreman in boiler 



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"-HURCH. Jr. 



il Villi V 

66 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, 

DEALER IN 

9b*t Music, and aii kinds of Musical Instruments. 



IMPORTER OF 



Frencli, Omn ail Italian VIOLIN STRINGS, 



The Trade supplied on the most liberal terms. 



General Western Agent for 



ason & Hamlin's Cabinet Organs, 

AND FOR THE CELEBRATED 

KNABE PIANO. 



Also, a LARGE STOCK of 
From the Factories of most of the 



Which I will sell Low for Cash. 



PIANOS and OKGANS for sale and to rent, by the Month, Quarter, or Tear, 
amount paid for rent being applied to purchase, if desired. 

JB^ AGENTS for CABINET ORGANS and PIANOS wanted in every town in 
OHIO, INDIANA, and KENTUCKY. 



Address, 



JOHN CHURCH, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio 



128 



WAYNE COUNTY 



shop of A. Gaar & Co. res e s Fifth bet Mar- 
ket and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

Lohman, Bennet stone mason res e s Lib- 
erty pike near Richmond. 

Lohr, Adam lab res 65 s Marion, Eich- 
mond. 

Long, Miss Ellen res with Lewis Long. 

Lohr, Victor molder bds with Henry 
Kohring, Eichmond. 

Long, Emanuel turner res s s Spring, Dub- 
lin. 

Long, Frederick very old res with Moses 
Bobbins, Abington tp. 

LONG, HENBY wagonmaker and black 
smith Germantown, res same. 

Long, Hiram far If miles n Abington, Ab 
ington tp. 

Long, John cooper res Germantown. 

Long, John far 2\ miles n Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Long, Joseph far res Abington. 

LONG, JOSIAH C.— Barnard $ Long— 
res w s Fifth bet Vine and Sassafras, Eich- 
mond. 

LONG, LEWIS turner, res Germantown. 

Long, M. L. tie contractor, res e s Conners- 
ville & Milton pike, adjoining Milton on the 
south, Washington tp. 

Long, E. H. carp at Ezra Smith & Co.'s, 
bds with Joseph Stratton, Eichmond. 

LONG, WILLIAM far lj miles s e Ger- 
mantown, Jackson tp. 

Longfellow, Miss Abigail dressmaker, res 
with Cornelius Longfellow, Eichmond. 

Longfellow, Cornelius carp res w s Pearl 
bet Mill and South, Eichmond — Soldier. 

Longfellow, James far w s Newport pike, 
£ mile s Chester ; has been a resident of the 
county for the last 50 years. 

Longfellow, James P, far with Wm. Long- 
fellow — Soldier. 

Longfellow, Miss Mary Ann res with Wm. 
Longfellow, New Garden tp. 

Longfellow, Thomas far 2£ miles n New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Longfellow, William far w s boundary 
road, 2\ miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Lontz & Bro. — Henry Sf John — grocers, s e 
cor Main and Plum, Hagerstown 



Lontz, David far e s county road, 2 miles s ; Newport 



Lontz, Madison far with David Lontz, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Lontz, Martha J. — widow Emanuel — res 
with John Miller, Jefferson tp. 

Lontz, Obadiah — Young $ Lontz — res s s 
Main bet Plum and Perry, Hagerstown. 

Lontz, Miss Phebe res with David Lontz, 
Jefferson tp. 

Lontz, Samuel far e s Hagerstown and 
Germantown road 2£ miles s e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Lontz, Miss Sarah res with Samuel Lontz, 
Jefferson tp. 

Looby, Michael lab res n s Washington 
ave bet Center and North High, Eichmond. 

Loonier, Newton spring maker C. & G. E. 
E. E. res w s Washington first house s E. E. 
bridge, Eichmond. 

Lor man, Miss Amelia milliner res with 
John H. Lorman, Jackson tp. 

Lorman, John H. carp n s Main, East Cam- 
bridge. 

Lott, Alonzo inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Lott, Miss Susan res with Lavinus King, 
Wayne tp. 

LOUGH, DAVID far 1 mile s Green 
Mount pike 4 miles s e Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Lough, John carp res w s Eighth bet Mul- 
berry and Sassafras, Eichmond. 

Lough, John W. carp res w s Eighth bet 
Mulberry and Broadway, Eichmond. 

Lough, Miss Melissa res with Sam'l Lough, 
Wayne tp. 

Lough, Miss Nancy res with Sam'l Lough, 
Wayne tp. 

Lough, Samuel far J mile n Nat road, 2£ 
miles w Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Lough, Wm. photographer res with Sam'l 
Lough, Wayne tp. 

LOVE, JOHN far w s Greensfork pike 2£ 
miles s e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Love, Wiley res with W. li. Love, New 
Garden tp, 

Love, Wm. L. miller $ mile w Fairfax, 
New Garden tp. 

Lovell, Mary serv res Earlham College. 

Lovin, Elizabeth— urcrfow James— res New- 
port. 

Lovin, Isaac shoemaker res with E. Lovin, 



e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp 

Lontz, Miss Elizabeth res with Dr. Len- 
ardson, Hagerstown. 

Lontz, Emanuel S. far e s Cambridge & 
Winchester pike, 2 miles s e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Lontz, Henry — H. L. # J. L. — w s Main 
bet Perry and Elm, Hagerstown. 

LONTZ, HENEY H. student, bds with 
Isaac Lontz, Hagerstown — Soldier. 



LOWE, JOHN C. far £ mile w Newport 
pike, 2 J miles n Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Lower, Sarah — widow Joseph — res with 
Thomas G. Clark, Washington tp. Came to 
this county in the fall of 1814, and settled on 
the farm where she now resides. 

Loyd, Edward engineer res s s Walnut, 
bet West Eiver and Main Cross, Milton. 

Loyd, Milton lab s s Washington and Ha- 
gerstown pike, f mile w Washington, Clay 



Lontz, Isaac grocer, res n w cor College tp. 
and Washington, Hagerstown — Soldier. Lubhard, J. foreman Test's woolen mill, 

Lontz, John — H. L. $ J. L. — grocer, s w^es with A. Test, Wayne tp. 
cor College and Plum, Hagerstown. | Lucus, Edward shoemaker Williamsburg. 



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H. W. KOSA. 



E. P. ROSA. 



ZHT- "W. ROSA Sz, SOIST., 

Man-ufactxxrers of 



ttJk. 



-AND- 



CIDER VINEGAE, 

3STo. 115 SOUTH FRONT STREET. 



&' 



mmmmmm^ mms$m&* 



res) LYMAN, WHARTON steam saw-mill & 
bridge builder n s Water, w Spruce, res s 8 



Lucus, William — Ludlum $ Lucus 
"Washington. 

LU"DINGTON, ALFRED carp res s s Main, bet Spruce and Main Cross, ' Center" 
Nat. road, f mile s w Cambridge, Jackson ville. 
tp. J Lupton, Joseph lab res w s Seventh, bet 

LUDINGTON, ALFRED foreman for, 801 " 11 and Walnut, Richmond. 
Wm. Mercer & Co. res on County road, M . Lupton, Richard R. far £ mile w Newport 
mile s w Cambridge City. pike, 3£ miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Ludlum, Joseph — Ludlum § Lucus^res} Luse, Margaret— widow Matthew— res s s 
Washington. (Perry, s end, Hagerstown. 

Ludlum & Lucus — Joseph L. $ William LA LUTZ, & CO.— J. C. Lutz §■ La/e Develin 
—dealers in dry goods and groceries, Wash-) — liquor dealers, s s Main, bet Foot and. 
ington. Center, Cambridge. 

Lumbard, Franklin rail-road conductor res nj Eutz, Ferdinand far 5 miles s e Richmond., 
s Mulberry, bet Eighth and Ninth, Rich-jWayne tp. 
mond. J' LUTZ, JOHN C— Lute cj- Co. — res s s- 

Lumpkins, Dempsy far res with James jRailroad, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 
Lumpkins, Dalton tp. I Lutz, Mary — widow Henry — res w s Perry 

Lumpkins, James far 1\ miles e Dalton, jbet Clay and Madison, Hagerstown. 
Dalton tp. I LTJTZ) WILLIAM pump maker n 8 

Lumpkins, John K agt for Mercer & Co. Walnut, bet Elm and Perry, res with Mary 
es \V est River pike, Dalton tp, 2£ miles w ^^ Hagerstown 
Economy. L l kin '^ Miss ' Naomi reg ^ ft N 

Lumpkins, Rums M. iar Dalton tp, e s(] rowe Boston tp 
West River pike, 3 miles w Economy. T „' _, }L' _ 

rTrKrTW £ 4 ' _ . , , ' , L1LE, JOHNS, atty res e s Pearl, 2d 

i , \V o -? ir ° n f * rmown ? a doorn Spring, Rickmond-SoW^r. 



by Philip Norman, 3 miles n w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Lunsford, Maria — widow William — res Bos- 
ton. 

LUPTON, ABIJAH— A. Lupton $ Co.— 
res e s Newport pike, n City limits,. Rich- 
mond. 

iA'PTON & CO.— Abijah L. $ L, M. 
Finch — butchers w s Ft. Wayne Avenue, bet 
Washington Avenue and Cliff, Richmond. 

Lupton, Miss Esther J. res with R. Lup- 
ton, Wayne tp. 

Lupton, Joseph A. butcher res e s New- 
port pike, bet White Water and Richmond. 

Lyman, George B. foreman on bridge 



Lyle, Miss Kate res with John S. Lyle, 
Richmond. 

Lykins, Henry far n s Nat. road, \ mile e 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Lynch, John res on farm of John M. Max^- 
well, Center tp. 

Lynch, Miss Mary res with Francis Smith, 
Centerville. 

Lynde, Miss Annabella res with Sam'l W. 
Lynde, Richmond. 

Lynde, Samuel W. retired res s w cor 
Eighth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Lynn, Daniel lab res s e cor Cherry and 
Canal, Milton. 

Lynn, John lab res with Daniel Lynn, 



works res with AVharton Lyman, Center tp. Milton 

Lymons, Rebecca— widow John — res e s Lynn, Josey, res with Mrs. Lydia A 
Foundry, o end Harrison, Dublin. 'Swartz, Richmond. 

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130 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Lynn, Miss Martha res with Daniel Lynn, 
Milton. 

LYNN, MAHY— widow Robert— res a s 
Bailroad, bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Lynn, Robert S. brickmason res s s Nat. 
road, $ mile s w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 



Lyons, Alfred carp res w s Pearl, bet 
Main and "Walnut, Richmond. 

Lyons, Samuel far res Germantown. 

Lytle, Archibald harness maker res s s 
Main, bet Main Cross and First, Centerville. 



fc 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

ab., for above. I ins., insurance. 

agt., agent.' lab., laborer. 

usst., assistant. \manuf., manufacturer or manufactory. 



atty., attorney 

av., avenue. 

bds. or brds., boards. 

bel., below. 

bet., between. 

carp., carpenter. 

col. or col'd, colored. 

c. or cor., corner. 

el'k, clerk. 

far., farmer. 

h. or h'se, house. 



mach., machinist. 

Nat., National. 

n, s, e, w, north, south, east, west. 

n 8, s 8, e s, w s, north side, south side, east side, 
west side. 

opp., opposite. 

prop, or prop'r, proprietor. 

res., resides or residence. 

ser. or serv., servant. 

tpke., turnpike. 

tp. or twp., township. 



Names in "CAPS" indicate that they are patrons of the work, except ministers and a few oth- 
ers, complimentary. 

If you fail to find the name you wish to see, turn to the "Soldiers' Register," and Appendix to 
the same; if you do not find it there, look at the Corrections, Omissions, and Removals. 



M 



Mack, James serv res Earlham College. 

Mackall, Preston carp res s s South Third, 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Macke, Francis carp res s w cor South and 
South High, Richmond. 

Macke, John H. grocer, store and res s e 
cor South and Conley, Richmond. 

Mackey, Henson — col'd — lab res w s Eighth 
bet South and "Walnut, Richmond. 

Mackey, James C. far res 4 miles n e Rich- 
mond, s s New Paris road, Wayne tp. 

Mackey, Miss Phoebe J. res with James 
3Lickey, Wayne tp. 

Macv, Eleanor — widoio Isaac — res Dalton 
tp, e s West River pike, 4 miles n e Hagers- 
t< vn. 

Macy, Henry L. far 3 J miles n o Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Macy, John W r . gardener, Franklin. 

Macy, John II. res with Huldah Worth. 
Newport. 

Macy, Larkin res with Mrs. Mary Macy, 
Perry tp. 

Macy, Lewis— Root $ Macy— res e s Perry 
bet College and North Washington, Hagers- 
town. 

Macy, Matilda — widow Jonathan — res w s 
Muncie road, \ mile n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Macy, Miss Mary E. res with John Macy, 
Dalton tp. 

Macy, Miss Minerva res with Mary Macy, 
Perry tp. 

Macy, Sylvanus far res with Eleanor 
Macy, Dalton tp — Soldier 



Macy, William T. far with Eleanor Macy, 
Dalton tp. 

Madarea, James cooper, res s s Main bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Madison, Miss Amanda res with George 
Fawcett, Washington. 

Madden, Miss Mary Ann res with Bryan 
Madden, Wayne tp. 

Madden, Bernard iron molder, res with 
Bryan Madden, Wayne tp. 

M adden, Bryan lab res s Clifton, Wayne tp. 

Madden, Cecilia res with John Madden, 
Abington tp. 

Madden, Eleanor res with John Madden, 
Abington tp. 

Madden, James far res with John Madden, 
Abington tp. 

Madden, John fireman res with Bryan 
Madden, Wayne tp. 

Madden, John far near Centerville pike 3 
miles n Abington, Abington tp. 

Madigan, John far 5£ miles n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Magann, E. W. physician n e cor Perry 
and s Market, Hagerstown. 

Magee, Rebecca A.— widow John— a soldier 
who volunteered in the service of his country 
from Delaware county; was taken prisoner 
by the rebels and died while in their hands; 
family resides in Hillsboro. 

MAGEE, WILLIAM far n s Jackson- 
burg road 3 miles s w Economy, Perry tp— 
Soldier. 



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BENNETT E. WITT, 

And 

^A-ntliorized Grovernment Claim _A.gent ? 
FOR PROCURBWG 

Pensions, Bounties, Bad Pay, Compensation for Horses and otter Property Lost 

in tie Service, and for tie Prosecution of Claims of all 

Kinds against tie United States, 

HZTSINESS ATTENDED TO FROM ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY. 

Office, S. "W. Corner AVashington and Meridian Streets, throe 

Squares Wortli of the East end of "Union Depot. 



Magen, James far e s E. & N. pike 2 miles 
s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Maker, Thomas lab res w s Seventh Let 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Maier, Agnes— u-idmv John— res with George 
Maier, Richmond. 

Magraw, Daniel lab bds with Casper Zeph, 
Richmond. 

Maier, George teacher res n e cor Front 
and Mill, Richmond. 

Majors, Thomas cooper, res s s Main bet 
Pearl and Front, Richmond. 

Makinson, Daniel briekmason res e s Pearl 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond— Soldier. 

Makinson, Edward J. bricklayer res e s 
Washington bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Malang, Mary— widow Mitchell— res with 
Sarah Sayman, Richmond. 

Males, Samuel R. far res with Wm. Males, 
Milton. 

MALES, WILLIAM- William Males $ 

Co.— res s w cor Cherry and South, Milton. 

MALES, WILLIAM & GO.-Wttliam M. 

$ David Lering— carps and builders ws West 
River bet Seminary and Walnut, Milton. 

Malloy, Patrick lab res with Wm. Van- 
syckles, Wayne tp. 

Mallory William far on farm owned Ly 
Elias Morris 3 miles n e Cambridge, Jack- 
son tp. 

Mallrich, Sophia— widow Frederick— res Pa 
cific House, Cambridge. 

Malone, Miss Cornelia res with J. D. Ma- 
lone, Cambridge. 

Malone, J. D. elk res n w cor Main and 
Walnut, Cambridge. 

Malone, Patrick stonemason res w s Elev- 
enth, n R. R., Richmond. 

Malone, Thomas lab res Sevastopol. 

Maloy, Hugh lab res s end Cemetery, ad- 
joining city limits, Richmond. 

Maloy, James lab res s s Basin, t bet Chest 
nut and Center, Cambridge City. 



Maloy, Patrick lab res with Patrick Quig- 
ley, Cambridge. 

MALSBY, J. L. coal and wood yard w s 
Ft. Wayne Avenue, bet North High and 
Washington Avenue, res 39 North" Sixth, 
Richmond. 

Malsby, Miss Mollie res with John L. 
Malsby, Richmond. 

Malson, Mrs. Mary A. res at Sherman 
Hse, Richmond. 

Manifold, Joseph far s s Hagerstown and 
Washington pike, 1 mile e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Manifold, Miss Martha J. — Manifold ij - 
Thornburg — res s s Main, bet Perry and Plum, 
Hagerstown. 

Manifold, Moses far n s Hagerstown and 
Washington pike, 2 miles e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson itp. 

Manifold & Thornburg — Martha J. ij - Susan 
—milliners s s Main, bet Plum and Perry, 
Hagerstown. 

Manifold, William far n s Hagerstown and 
Washington pike, .2 miles e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

MANN, HENRY far 3 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Mann, J. gate-keeper on C. & A. pike, J 
mile n Chester, Wayne tp. 

Manning, Elizabeth — ividow Thomas— res 
Abington. 

Manning, George B. far res 1| miles w 
Economy and Washington pike, n s New- 
castle road, 2 £ miles s Economy, Perry tp. 

Manning, Miss Hattie res with P. Man- 
ning. 

MANNING, JAMES B.— O.B. Jackson 
Sc Oo.— res s s Plum, bet Water and Main, 
Centerville. 

Manning, Lewis, far res with Elizabeth 
Manning, Abington. 

Manning, Mary — widow Hezekich — res 
with George B. Manning, Perry tp. 

Manning, Peter far res Germantown. 



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WATNE COUNTY 



Manning, William far res Abington— Sol- 
dier. 

Manwaring, John miller res Main Cross 
bet Water and North, Centerville. 

MARCHANT, F. A.— Reed, Marchant, $ 
Co. — res w s Sixth, bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Marchant, Frederic lumber dealer res w s 
Sixth, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond 



Marquis, Miss Kate res with Wilson Mar- 
quis, e Cambridge. 

Marquis, Wilson policeman res n s Main, 
e Cambridge. 

Marsh, Timothy miller res n e cor Wash- 
ington and Walnut, Richmond. 

31 ARSHALL, JOHN— Crane £ Marshall- 
res Milton. 

Marshall, Thomas far and tp trustee res 
on Martindales creek 1£ miles n Economy, 



Marchant, Joseph foundry n s Railroad, 
bet Foote and the Canal, res n s Front, bet! Perry tp. 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. Marson, John gunsmith s s Main bet Cen- 

Marcus, Julius salesman with S. Swope, ter and Chestnut, res same. 



Martin, Alfred far res on farm owned by 
Dr. Robbins n s Economy and Washington 
pike 1} miles s Economy, Perry tp. 

Martin, Miss Amanda L. res with R. C. 
Wilson. 

Martin, Miss Ann res- with John H. Fra- 



res e s Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 
MARINE, B. C. far res w s Chester and 

Arba pike, Franklin tp, 5 miles n Chester. 
MARINE, BILLY far & carp \ mile w 

R. & N. pike, 1^ miles s Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Marine, Ira shoe & boot maker res and shop'zee, Milton. 

e s Main, Bethel. Martin, Benjamin F. res with B. F. Mar- 

Marine, John, aged 83, res with Calebitin, Wayne tp. 

Coggeshall, New Garden tp. MARTIN, Major BENJAMIN L., U. S. 

Marine, Jonathan far res 2£ miles e Hills-ipaymaster formerly Co. Auditor 2 terms res 

boro, on Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp.w s West Fork J mile n Chester, Wayne tp. 
Marine, Moorman W. res with Jonathanj Martin, Elihu res with William Martin, 



Marine, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Mark, Lewis lab res w s Seventh, bet South 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

MARKET HOUSE, s w cor Marion and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Markle, Amos res n s Railroad, bet Jones 
and Green, Cambridge. 

Markle, Casper — Raymond $ Go. — res s s 
South Third, bet Foot and Grten, Cambridge. 

Markle, Gideon miller ^ mile s Franklin, 
Dalton tp. 

Markle, Miss Mary res with Gideon Markle, 



Washington tp. 

Martin, Elizabeth J. — widow Daniel — res 
with Nehemiah Cheeseman, Hagerstown. 

Martin, Miss Hannah T. res with R. C. Wil- 
son, Jackson tp. 

Martin, James B. carp and far 3 miles w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Martin, Joseph 2 miles e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Martin, Nathan W. far § mile n Chester, 
Wayne to. 

MARTIN, NICHOLAS far on farm of 



Dalton tp. (William Morton, w s Centerville and Wil- 

MARKLEY, HENRY shoemaker & post-jliamsburg pike, 3£ miles n Centerville, Cen- 
fence-maker, res w s Jacksonsburg road, 2 J'ter tp. 
miles e Milton, Washington tp. Martin, Sarah — widow James — res with 

Marks, Jane — widow William — res withjJamCs B. Martin, Center tp. 
Isaac Stonebraker, Jefferson tp. Martin, Thomas shoemaker res s s Canal, 

Marland, Edward lab Washington. Ibet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton — Soldier. 

MARLATT, Rev. ABRAHAM of theM.J Martin, Thomas C. foreman Mercer & Co., 
E. Church, now laboring on circuit in the res n s Railroad, bet Green and Foot, Cam- 
southern part of the State; son of Thomas [bridge. 

Marlatt, Wahsington tp, with whom he re- 1 Martin, William inmate Wayne County 
sides Avhen at home. ! Asylum. 



MARLATT, ALBERT far with Thomas 
Marlatt, Washington tp. 

MARLATT, HARRISON far es Wash- 
ington and Waterloo road 4£ miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

MARLATT, JAMES W. far w s Jackson- 
burg and Waterloo road 2| miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Marlatt, Samuel foreman in blacksmith 
shop spring foundry res e s Pearl n Cliff, Rich- 



6 miles s e Milton, 
Martin, 



B. L. 



Martin, William far 
Washington tp. 

Martin, W. C. res with 
Wayne tp. 

Martindale, James far £ mile e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Martindale, James far e s Martindale's 
Creek, 3 h miles e Hagerstown, Jetferson tp. 

MARTINDALE, LAFAYETTE butcher 
res Washington, Clay try— Soldier. 

Martindale, Lydia — widow John — res with 



mond, 

Marlatt, Thomas far 3| miles s e Milton, I George Davis 
Washington tp. j Martindale, Rebecca — ividow Thomas — n s 

Marmon, Daniel W. student Earlham res C. & G. E. R. R., £ mile e Walnut Level 
Richmond. | Station, Jefferson tp. 



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13 3 



FIRST NATIONAL8ANK, 

S. S. !Main bet. Footpand Green Streets, 
CAMBRIDGE CITY ,INJ>. 

John Oallaway, Pres't, T. Newby, Cash'r, 
franklin Newby, Ass't, 

Does a General Banking Business. 



JL. C. AIc€OXNELL, 



tJSl€18B 



>iiFg£$]a ? 



MEREDITH HOTJSE, 

RICHMOND, - - - IND. 

Pays special attention to the treatment of 
Chronic affections. 



Martiscliang, Joseph dealer in leather & 
shoe findings, e s Marion, bet Main and 
Spring, res same, Richmond. 

Martischang, Miss Josephine res with Jo- 
seph Martiscliang, Richmond. 

Marts, Edward lab in Bodur's saw-mill. 

Masbonch, Louisa — widow Franklin — res n 
* Main, bet Center and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

Maschmeier, George lab res e s Front, bet 
"Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Maschmeier, William fish dealer res 7 
South Front, Richmond. 

Mason, David gas-fitter res with "William 
Mason, Richmond 



Mathey, Caleb section boss E. & H. R. R. 
bds with Casper Zeph, Richmond. 

Matthews, E. H. fireman res Ninth, Rich- 
mond. 

Matthews, Hannibal grocer and commission 
merchant s w cor Main and Plum, res same, 
Hagerstown. 

MATLACK, JOSEPH E. miller and far 
Boston tp, 3 miles s Richmond. 

Matlack, Miss Laura res with J. E. Mat- 
lack, Boston tp. 

Matson, John H. boiler maker res s w cor 
Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Matthews Bros.— E. R. $ W. W. — sash and 



Mason, Jacob far e s Cambridge and Dal-] blind manuf., and carp and builders, s w cor 



ton pike, 2£ miles s w Hagerstown, Jefter 
son tp 

Mason, John baker res with William 
Mason, Richmond. 

Mason, John H. furniture dealer n s Main 
bet Front and Washington, bds at Mrs. Pres- 
cott's, Richmond. 

Mason, Joseph far 2 miles n Jacksonburg. 
Harrison tp. 

Mason, Miss Mary res with Thos. Mason, 
Richmond. 

Mason, Miss Sarah res with Thomas Mason, 
Richmond. 

Mason, Thomas furniture dealer s w cor 
Main and Front, res same, Richmond, 

Mason, William far 2\ miles n w Abing 
ton, Abington tp. 
_ MASON, WILLIAM baker and confec 
tioner s s Main, bet Marion and Franklin, res 
same, Richmond. 

Mason, William J. far and carp e s Cam- 
bridge and Franklin pike, 4 miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Masterson, William far with John Petty, 
Jefferson tp. 

Mastin, Sandford cabinet workman res 
Newport. 

Maston, Peter G. shoemaker res Hillsboro'. 

Matchett, Joseph far s s State road, 3 miles 
n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Mather, Eliza student Earlham res Rich- 
mond. 

Mather, John student Earlham res Rich- 
mond. 

MATHER, PHINEAS far s s Nat. road, 
3 miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

MATHER, T. D.— Button, Mather $ Co. 
— bds with Mrs. Mary E. Paige, Richmond — 
Soldier. 



Sixth and Noble, Richmond. 

Matthews, E. R. — Matthews Bros. — res w s 
Sixth bet Sassafras and Vine, Richmond. 

Matthews, Grace teacher res with Mary 
Matthews, Milton. 

Matthews, Mary — widow John — teacher res 
n e cor Connersville and West River sts, Mil- 
ton. 

Matthews, Oliver carp res with David An- 
derson, Richmond. 

MATTHEWS, SALLIE E.— wife Joseph 
— Soldier — res s s Nat road e Dublin. 

Matthews, William N. — Matthews §■ Bro. — 
res e s Ninth bet Broadway and Mulberry, 
Richmond. 

MATTIS, GEORGE W. carp res e s 
Washington bet Main and Spring, Richmond 
— Soldier. 

MATTIS, Miss KATE res with G. W. 
Mattis, Richmond. 

Maudlin, John far on farm owned by 
Hugh Maxwell 3 miles n w Centerville, Cen- 
ter tp. 

Maudlin, John jr. far 3 J miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Maudlin, Mark far 2 J miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Maule, Hannah — widow John — res with 
Jos. Vansandt, Richmond. 

Maule, Miss Lydia J. res with Joseph P. 
Yansandt, Richmond. 

MAULE, THOMAS far e s Richmond 
and Hillsboro pike 1 mile n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Maulsby, James flouring mill £ mile s 
Franklin res same, Dalton tp. 

Maulsby, Silas B. far res Franklin, Dal- 
ton tp. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Mauzy, John W. merchant Nashville, Tenn 
res £ mile w Kichmond, Wayne tp. 

Max, Louis lab res w s Seventh near south- 
ern limit, Kichmond. 

Maxel, Peter engineer res Richmond. 

MAXWELL & ESTELL--SWZ M. $ W. 
P. E.— photographers 48 and 108 Main, 
Richmond. 

MAXWELL, HUGH W. res } mile w 
Richmond s s Wayne Co. pike, Wayne tp. 

MAXWELL, JOHN M. far 2 miles n e 
Centerville, Center tp. 

MAXWELL, SAW h— Maxwell £ Estell 
res 48 s Sixth, Richmond. 

Maxwell, Miss Sarah teacher, res with 
Hugh Maxwell, Wayne tp. 

Maxwell, Miss Sarah res with John M. 
Maxwell, Center tp. 

Mayercamp, Henry lab s s Mill, w end, 
Richmond. 

Mayhew, Lorenzo carp res e s Seventh bet 
Walnut and South, Richmond — Soldier. 

MAYOR'S OFFICE— John Finley, May- 
or — e s Pearl bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

McAdams, John boiler maker, bds with 
William McAdams, Richmond — Soldier, 

McAdams, William blacksmith, res w s 
Center s North High, Richmond. 

McAlvin, Daniel lab res n s South Second 
bet Plum and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

McAlheny, A. res with James N. Crane, 
Milton. 

McALISTER, SAMUEL far n s Olive 
Branch road, 1\ miles n e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

McAnernan; Warren baker, res n s Main 
bet Washington and Front, Richmond. 

McAnerney, John lab res East Cambridge. 

McCampbell, Miss Martha L. res with 
Thos. McCampbell, Wayne tp. 

McCampbell, Thomas far e s Richmond & 
Newport tpke, 2 miles n Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

McCarty, Daniel painter, w s Marion bet 
Spring and Main, res w s Green bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

McCarty, Thomas lab res Sevastopol. 

McCaw, Edward wagon maker, res s e cor 
Spring and Green, Richmond. 

McClaggart, Hugh far e s county road, ad- 
joining Dublin, Jackson tp. 

McClaggart, Nancy — widow — res with H 
McClaggart. 

McCLAIN, JAMES far s s Richmond & 
New Paris road, 3 miles n e Richmond 
Wayne tp. 

McClelland, John D. carriage maker, s w 
cor Franklin and Spring, res 23 North Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

McClelland, Miss Mary E. res with John 
D. McClelland, Richmond. 

McClure, Miss Isabel res 2^ miles s e Rich 
mond, Wayne tp. 



McCLURE, JOHN M. millwright, res w 
s Sixth bet Walnut and Market, Richmond: 

McCLURE, MARY dress-maker res w s 
Sixth, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

McClure, Miss Nancy res with Miss Isa- 
bel McClure, Wayne tp. 

McClure, Nancy — widow John W. B., sol- 
dier — res with Grace Brown, Center tp. 

McClure, Nathaniel D. far | mile e Boston 
pike, 3 miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

McClure, Miss Rebecca res with Miss Isa- 
bel McClure, Wayne tp. 

McClure, Miss Sarah res with Miss Isabel 
McClure, Wayne- tp. 

McCAFFREY, JAMES news-dealer n s 
Main, bet Foot and Green, res n w cor Rail- 
road and Green, Cambridge. 

McCollem, John fireman res n s Main, 
East Cambridge. 

McCollough, Miss Anna res with Nancy 
McCollough, Jeflerson tp. 

McCollough, Miss Esther A. res with 
James McCollough, Jefferson tp. 

McCollough, George — S. Homey fy Co. — 
res 21 North Franklin, Richmond. 

McCollough, Miss Henrietta, res with Geo. 
McCollough, Richmond. 

McCollough, James far e s Martindale's: 
Creek, 4 miles n e- Hagerstown, Jeflerson tp. 

McCollough, Lewis H. telegraph repairer 
s e oor Marion and Spring, Richmond. 

McCollough, Nancy — widow Samuel— ws 
Ft. Wayne & Jacksonsburg road, 3 miles n e 
Hagerstown, Jeflerson tp. 

McCollough, Thomas far e s Jacksonsburg 
and Ft. Wayne road, 4 miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

McCollum, William mach bds with C. O. 
Brown, Richmond — Soldier. 

MeComiha, Ham far 4 miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

McConaba, John res with Thomas McCon- 
aha, Center tp. 

McConaha, Thomas far 3 miles s Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

McConnaughey & Dinsmore — Robt. McG. 
<f - Thos. Dinsmore- — coopers s e cor Pearl & 
Clay, Hagerstown. 

McConnaughey, Robert — McComiaughcy Sr 
Dinsmore — res n w cor Walnut and Plum, 
Hagerstown. 

McCONNELL, L. C. physician office and 
res at Meredith Hse, Richmond. 

McConolough, John lab res e s Green, bet 
Vine and Spring, Richmond. 

McCORD, WILLIAM far s s Nat. road, 
1 mile e Centerville, Center tp; has been a 
ruling elder of Cumberland Presbyterian 
Church forty years, and a citizen of the. 
county twenty. 

McCormick, Mark lab res s w cor Railroad 
and Jones, Cambridge. 

M cCoullougne, John lab res e s Gaar bet 
Cliff and Railroad, Richmond. 



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135 



JOSEPH W. VESTAL, 

YE6ETIBL1 MB FLORAL GARDENER, 

CLAJkdIZBIRIJDQ-IE CITY, IIJSTXX 

^ 

Keeps a full Supply of Roses, Green-house, Bedding, and Hardy Plants in Every Variety. 

Grape-Yines, both Native and Foreign, including all the New and Old Yarieties worthy 

of Cultivation, at LOW RATES. Garden Seeds in great Variety, by the Pound or 

Package. Early and Late Cabbage, Tomatoes, Pepper, Celery, Egg, Tobacco 

and Sweet Potato Plants. 



Early Vegetables, in Variety, at All Seasons. 



McCoullougne, Miss Mary res with John 
McCoullougne, Richmond. 

McCown, James P. far s s Nat. road, 2 
miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

McCown, John H. far res with James P. 
McCown, Wayne tp. 

McCoy, Ezekiel — Putnam $■ McCoy — res h 
mile s Washington, Clay tp. 

McCoy, Miss Indiana res with Mrs. Sarah 
McCoy, Richmond. 

McCoy, James far res near depot, Dublin. 

McCoy, John policeman, res 57 North 
Franklin, Richmond. 

McCoy, John far 3 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

McCoy, Joseph retired, res w s Jackson bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

McCoy, Mary — widow Samuel S. — res w s 
Milton, n s Harrison, Dublin. 

McCoy, Morgan far 3 miles s w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

McCoy, Prudy — col'd, widoio Daniel — res 
East Cambridge. 

McCoy, Robert mach res with Joseph Mc 
Coy, Richmond. 

McCoy, Sarah — widow Daniel — res 20 South 
Pearl, Richmond. 

McCoy, William T. res Boston. 

McCracken, Gideon P. far s s Newport & 
Williamsburg road, \ mile w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

McCracken, Miss Rebecca H. res with 
Gideon F McCracken, New Garden tp. 

McCrullough, Jeremiah lab res n s North 
High w Ft. Wayne Av., Richmond. 

McCUE, TIMOTHY far e s Richmond & 
Williamsburg pike, 4 miles n e Richmond, 
Center tp. 

McCullough, James far w s Ft. Wayne & 
Jacksonburg road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown 
Jefferson tp. 

McCullough, John far with James McCul- 
lough, Jefferson tp. 

McCully, Mary A. res with Grandy Bell 
Milton. 



McDaniel, Hester — widow Jeremiah — re3 
with Jacob Waltz. 

McDermott, Daniel switch-tender at junc- 
tion E. & H. & D. & W. R. R. res same, 
Wayne tp. 

McDermott, Mary — widow Patrick — res 
with Barney Redington. 

McDermott, Peter lab res n s South, Mil- 
ton. 

McDivitt, J. R. student res with J. Skinner, 
Richmond.— Soldier. 

McDivit, William cl'k res Washington. 

McDonald, Charles knife-maker res 1$ 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

McDonald, Michael lab res Sevastopol. 

McDonald, Patrick far s s C. & G. E. 
R. R. 1^ miles e Washington, Clay tp. 

McDonald, William bricklayer res 3 miles 
s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

McDonough, Rose — widoio Martin — res w 
Washington bet Sycamore and Mill, Rich- 
mond. 

McDOWELL, W. E. tailor n w cor Pearl 
and Main 2nd story, res e s Sixth bet Mar- 
ket and South, Richmond. 

McELWEE, ANDREW physician office 
n e cor Main and Washington res n w cor 
Clay and Perry, Hagerstown. 

McFarland, Benjamin F. res with William 
F. Miller, Boston. 

McFarland, John dry goods s s Main bet 
Main Cross and First res s e cor Main and 
First, Centerville; 

McFerren, John far with Amos Cook, 
Middleboro. 

McGALLIARD; HARVEY D. mach res 
w s Front bet Pearl and Marion, Richmond. 

McGaughey, James blacksmith res e end 
Hagerstown bet Perry and Plum, Hagers- 
town. 

McGeath, Thomas W. shingle manuf res 
es Davis n Cumberland, Dublin. 

McGee, Patrick far res with James White.. 
Wayne tp. 



136 



WAT NE COUNTY 



McGehe, Hannah inmate "Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

McGlinn, Bridget res -with Jas. M. Starr, 
Wayne tp. 

McGlim, Patrick grocer res at junction 
Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

McGravy, Michael lab res s s South Third 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

McGraw, John N. carp res with Thomas 
McGraw, Richmond. 

McGraw, Mary E. res 18 South Seventh, 
Richmond. 

McGraw, Rebecca — widow George — res with 
Mary E. McGraw, Richmond. 

MeGrevy, John molder res s s South 
Fourth bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

McGREW, CHARLES 1ST. far and tp as- 
sessor 6 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

McGrow, George bridge builder res s s R. 
R. st bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

McGrew, Letitia res with Dr. B. M. Wit- 
more, Milton. 

McGrew, Lindsey — Oalloway <f- McGrew — 
res n s Main bet Main Cross and West River, 
Milton. 

McGrew, Newlin carp res s s Main bet 
Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

McGUTRE, ISABEL— widmo William- 
Hogarth § McGuire — bds at Sherman H'se, 
Richmond. 

McGuire, Patrick lab on the farm of John 
Maxwell, Center tp. 

McHenry, Miss Sarah M. res with Madison 
McHenry, Center tp. 

McHENRY, Miss SARAH res with Tim- 
othv Wilson, Jackson tp. 

McINTOSH, EDWARD A. shoemaker 
res w s Perry bet Walnut and South Market, 
Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Mcintosh, Mrs. Juretta res at Baker H'se, 
Richmond. 

McINTYRE, J. H. physician w s Frank- 
lin opp Huntington H'se bds at Huntington 
H'se, Richmond. 

McISAAC, ARCHIBALD gardener and 
florist e s Hutton Av $ mile e Richmond. 

McKay, Win. T. R. porter at Meridith 
H'se, Richmond. 

McKee, Alexander far 2 miles s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

McKee, Joseph H. far res with C. A. Lee- 
son. Jackson tp. 

McKinney, A. J. carp at Ezra Smith & 
Co's res 22 h s Fifth, Richmond. 

McKinney, Jackson lab res on farm of Cor- 
nelius Ratcl'iffe, Wayne tp. 

McLain, Margaret — widow Patrick — res e s 
North Green, Richmond. 

McLANAHAN, ROBERT far ss Hagers- 
town and Washington juke, 1 mile e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

McLane, George carp res n s Cambridge 
and Simons Creek pike, 3 miles n Dublin, I 
•Jackson ttp. 



McLaughlin, Miss Amanda E. res with 
William McLaughlin, Milton, 

McLaughlin, James lab res with Samuel 
Brown, Hagerstown. 

McLaughlin, Miss Mary J. res with Wm. 
McLaughlin, Milton. 

McLaughlin, P. cooper res 4 miles n Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

McLAUGHLIN, WILLIAM atty and 
station and express agt at the depot, res n s 
Main, bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

McLaughlin, William H. carp res with 
William McLaughlin, Milton — Soldier. 

McLAVE, MALINDA— widow William— 
res s w cor Jones and North Front, Cam- 
bridge. 

McLucas, Mary — widow Samuel, sen. — res 
with Samuel McLucas, Jefferson tp. 

McLucas, Samuel far res on Olive Branch 
road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

McMackmullen, Dominick far res Cen- 
terville. 

McMahon, Archibald retired res in w s 
Foundry st., n end, Dublin. 

McMahan, C. S. silversmith e s Main 
Cross, s Main, Centerville, res same. 

McMANNIS, JOHN M. lab res n s Main, 
w Green, Richmond. 

McMahon, Martin lab res w s Eleventh, n 
R R., Richmond. 

McManis, John C. lab res n s Main, bet 
Green and Gas Works, Richmond. 

McMasters, Morgan saloon s s Main, bet 
Center and Foote, grocer n e cor Main and 
Center, res same, Cambridge. 

McMeans, A. L. peddler res n w cor Ninth 
and Main, Richmond. 

McMeans & Bro. — James A. $ M. E. — 
boots and shoes s s Main, bet Marion and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

McMeans, James A. — McMeans § Bro. — 
and ins agt, res e s Fifth, bet Main and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

McMeans, M. E. — McMeans ^ Bro. — res 
with James A. McMeans, Richmond. 

McMinn, John carp res s e cor Fifth and 
Market, Richmond— Soldier. 

McMinn, Margaret — widow John — res n w 
cor Franklin and Mulberry, Richmond. 

McMinn, Thomas lab res Roberts' boarding 
house, Richmond. 

McMinn, William lab res with Samuel 
Erwin, Wayne tp. 

McMINN, VIRGINIA— widow Georq&— 
dress-maker res n e cor Pearl and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

McNAMEE, ISAAC carp res n s South, 
bet West River and Main Cross, Milton. 

McNaught, John carp res n e cor Main 
and Brook, Milton. 

MoNeiles, Charles lab res with John M. 
Bulla, Boston tp. 

McNeal, Thomas baggage master D. & W. 
R. R., bds at Eagle Hse, Richmond — Soldier. 



CITIZENS DIRECTORY, 



137 



E. S. BRAGG & CO., 
MILTON CANAL FLOURING MILLS, 



MERCHANT AND CUSTOM WORK DONE 

In the Best Manner and on Short Xotlce. 



Capacity, One HnnlreJ ml Seyenty-flye Barrels of Family Flonr Daily. 

_ ■+ -^»^ ■> ■ — 

&5T HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR GRAIN. ~®a 



McNicholas, far with "William Horney, 
Wayne tp. 

McNiny, Mary A. serv res with W. Bax 
ter, w Richmond. 

McNiny, Rebecca serv res with W. Baxter, 
w Richmond. 

McPherson, Miss Beulah res with Miss 
Hannah Dixon, Richmond. 

McPherson, Elizabeth — widow David — res 
n 8 county road, 3 miles s e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

McPherson, James far on farm owned by 
Daniel Shaw, w s Jacksonsburg road, 2 miles 
s w Economy, Perry tp. 

McPherson, John printer at "Palladium 
Office,"' bds with Mrs. Beulah Dickinson 
Richmond. 

McPherson, John R. far n s county road 
3 miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

McPherson, Nancy — widow John — res with 
Miss Hannah Dixon, Richmond 

McPherson, William R. far n s county 
road, 3 miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

McSmith, John — col'd — lab res with Nancy 
Thomas, Richmond. 

McWHINNEY, DEWITT C. n s Nat 
road, \ mile e Richmond. Wavne tp. 

McWHINNEY, JAMES pork merchant 
n w cor Ft. Wayne Av and Railroad, res n e 
cor Seventh and Mulberry, Richmond. 

McWHINNEY, JAMES M. teamster res 
w s Gaar opp Spring Foundry, Richmond. 

McWhinney, Leander res with James Mc- 
Whinney, Richmond. 

McWhinney, Miss Mary E. mantua maker 
res with J. M. McWhinney, Richmond. 

McWhinney, Parmelia — widow John — res 
with DeW. C. McWhinney, Richmond. 

McWhinney, Miss Rachel res with A, H. 
Chapman, Wayne tp; was deaf and dumb till 
about 1 2 years of age, when hearing began, and 
soon after was able to speak; and now, April, 
1865, she hears and speaks quite readily and 
distinctly. Is now 25 years of age. 



McWHINNEY, WILLIAM cl'kres with 
James McWhinney, Richmond. 

Mead, Lawrence lab res s sMain bet Third 
and Fourth, Centerville. 

Means, Thomas atty at law n s Main bet 
First and Second, res same, Centeryille. 

Medaris, Mary — widow John — res with 
Thomas Crooks, Center tp. 

Medearis, Miss Cornelia res with W. J. 
Medearis, Washington. 

Medearis, John F. far grocer and post mas- 
ter Olive Hill, crossing Williamsburg and 
Centerville pike and C. & C. R. R. 3 J miles 
n Centerville, Center tp. 

Medearis, Miss Martha M. res with John 
F. Medearis, Center tp. 

Medearis, William J. harness maker, 
Washington. 

MEDLIND, HARRISON— cord— board- 
ing h"se s w cor Washington and Sycamore, 
Richmond. 

Meed, Jane serv res Earlham. 

Meed, Judith serv res Earlham. 
\Meek, James R. far 2 miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Meek, Jacob far n s Main bet Second and 
Third, Centerville. 

Meek, Jeremiah L. hame manuf res s w 
cor Walnut and Pearl, Richmond. 

Meek, Jesse far res e s Liberty pike I mile 
s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Meek, Joseph far 2 miles n Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Meek, Miss Julia res with Jesse Meek, 
Wayne tp. 

MEEK , Morton far s s Richmond & Lick 
Creek pike, 2 miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Meek, Miss Rebecca res with Morton 
Meek, Wayne tp. 

Meek, Miss Sarah E. res with Joseph 
Meek, Abington tp. 

Meek, William far res with Joseph Meek, 
Abing ton tp. 
' Megan, Mark res s Clifton, Wayne tp. 



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MEIEK, CHARLES— Bratz, Meier $■ Co. 
— res88 South Sixth, Richmond. 

Melle, George T. blacksmith, res with Har- 
man Temmelrnan, Richmond. 

Alello, Mary A. — widow Bernhardt — res s w 
cor Pearl and Mill, Richmond. 

AIELLENDER, ISAAC far ws Boston 
pike, 3 miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Mellender, Mary res with Isaac Mellender, 
Wayne tp. 

MELOY, HANNAH-wirfow Ezra— res s 
s Alain bet Green and Jackson, Richmond. 

AIENDENHALL, ABSALOAI far £ mile 
n Chester, Wayne tp. 

Alendenhall, Addison G. far res with Sol- 
omon Mendenhall, Perry tp. 

Alendenhall, Caleb nurseryman and gar- 
dener, e s Hillsboro pike, 2 miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Alendenhall, Elam far 3 J miles s Economy, 
Perry tp. 

M endenhall, Caleb C. far res e s Economy 
& Washington pike, 2\ miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Mendenhall, C. H. nurseryman, res w s 
Newport pike, 3 miles n Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Alendenhall, Aliss Elizabeth A. res with 
Absalom Alendenhall, Wayne tp. 

Alendenhall, Gardner— Mendenhall § Son— 
res 1£ miles n e Richmond, AVayne tp. 

Alendenhall, Griffith res l£ miles n Rich- 
mond, AVayne tp. 

_ Alendenhall, James far res s s Wayne Co. 
pike, £ mile w Richmond 

Alendenhall, Dr. James R. retired, res 16 
South Front, Richmond. 

Alendenhall, John dealer in leather and 
shoe findings, 15 Alain, res 40 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

AIENDENHALL, JOSHUA far 1 J miles 
s Newport, on Isaac Thomas' land, f mile e 
R. & N. pike, New Garden tp. 

Alendenhall, Aliss Alargaret res with Elam 
Mendenhall, Perry tp. 

Alendenhall, Aliss Mary H. res with J. R 
Mendenhall, Richmond. 

Mendenhall, Nathan far w s AVilliamsburg 1 
pike, 1 mile w Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

Alendenhall, Miss Polly res with Caleb! 
Mendenhall, Perry tp. 

Mendenhall, Rees far 4 miles n e Richmond,! 
on the Smyrna pike, AVayne tp. 

Alendenhall, S. C. hand- looms, n s Alain 1 
bet Front and Pearl, res 58 South Fifth,! 
Richmond. 

Mendenhall, Aliss Sarah E. res with James 
Mendenhall, Wayne tp. 

Alendenhall, Aliss Sarah E. res with Jas. 
R. Alendenhall, Richmond. 

Alendenhall, Miss Sallie J. res with Abso- 
lom Alendenhall, Wayne tp. 

Alendenhall, Samuel far res with Nathan 
Mendenhall, New Garden tp— Soldier. 

Mendenhall & Son— Gardner $ Wm. D.—\ 



Sylvanhight Nursery and Flower Garden, o 
s Hillsboro pike, l£ miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Mendenhall, Solomon far res on Martin- 
dale Creek, 2 miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Mendenhall, AVilliam far bet Dalton & 
Franklin roads, 2 miles w Economy, Perry tp. 

Alendenhall, William res es Davis n Cum- 
berland, Dublin. 

Alendenhall, William H. far Dalton tp, li 
s Dalton road, 2 miles w Economy. 

AIENDENHALL, AVILLIAM D.— Men- 
denhall <y Son — taxidermist, res with Gardner 
Alendenhall, Wayne tp. 

Aleney, Ann— widow Patrick — res e s Fifth 
bet Alain and AValnut, Richmond. 

Aleney, Aliss Joan res with Mrs. Ann Ale- 
ney, Richmond. 

Aleney, Aliss Alary, res with Airs. Ann 
Aleney, Richmond. 

Alenk, Daniel, grocer n s Nat. Road, Penn- 
ville. 

Alenk, Aliss Isabel res with Daniel Alenk, 
Pennville. 

Alenk, Aliss Josephine res with Daniel 
Menk, Pennville. 

Alenke, Christof lab res with H. W. Rosa, 
Richmond. 

Menke, Edward H. shoemaker res w s 
Alarion, bet AValnut and Alarket, Richmond. 

Mercer, AVilliam A. painter res s s Nat. 
road, 2d house e Foundry, Dublin. 

MERCER, WILLIAAI— Mercer $ fib- 
res s e cor Foot and Railroad, Cambridge. 

AIERCER, William & CO. — William M. 
$ Charles P. Wood — agricultural machinists, 
n e cor Foot and Railroad, Cambridge. 

Merchant, Joseph far on farm owned by 
John Hart, 2| miles n w Boston, Boston tp. 

Aleredith Henry C. student Bloomington 
College, res with Gen. Sol. Aleredith, Jack- 
son tp. 

Aleredith, Samuel confectionery n s Alain, 
bet Franklin and Fifth, Richmond, res Ches- 
ter. 

AIEREDITH, SOLOAION far s s Colum- 
bus & Indiana Central R. R., adjoining Cam- 
bridge City on the south-east. 

Mr. Meredith was born May 29th, 1810,. in 
Guilford County, N. C. At the age of nineteen 
years, he left his native place, and came to Wayne 
County, Indiana, traveling the entire distance on 
foot, and arriving May 5th, 1829. He commenc- 
ed cutting cord-wood soon after his arrival, his 
wages amounting to about six dollars per month. 
Of this scanty income he used a portion for the 
improvement of his mind, and as an evidence 
of his success, it is only necessary to mention 
the fact that he was elected Sheriff of Wayne 
County in 1834, only five years after his arrival, 
and was re-clocted in 1836. During his second 
term of office he was married, and at the expira- 
tion of the term was enabled to engage in mer- 
cantile pursuits, which he prosecuted successfully 
until 1845, at which time he was elected as a repre- 
sentative of Wayne County in the State Legis- 



CITIZENS DIRECTORY, 



139 



JOSEPH RIDGE. 



J. M. UOLLOWAY. 



EIDGE & CO. 



Dealers in 



RIDGE'S PATENT LIGHT-HOUSE BURNER, 
JUDGE'S PATENT HINGE BtmNEH, 

LAMPS^ LAMP GOODS, COAL OIL, 

HO. #•,»-.- Mffl STBSST, 

Hiclamoncl, Indiana. 



laturc, and was re-olected in 1847, and again in 
1848. 

In April, 1849, when Zachary Taylor became 
President of the United States, he appointed Mr. 
Meredith United States Marshal for the District 
of Indiana, the duties of which office he contin- 
ued to discharge until April, 1853. The Consti- 
tution of Indiana having been changed so as to 
authorize the holding of bienniel sessions of the 
Legislature, Mr. M. was one© more elected to a 
seat in that body in 1854'for two years. During 
the time he was discharging all these official du- 
ties, he found time to engage in agricultural pur- 
suits, and has probably done more than any oth- 
er man in south-eastern Indiana to improve its 
live stock, having imported many rare breeds, 
particularly of 'sheep and cattle. From 1850 to 
1859 he was largely engaged in railroad enter- 
prises, being a part of that time Vice-President, 
Director, and Financial Agent of the Indiana 
Central. 

In 1859 he was elected Clerk of Wayne County 
for four years. In the month of July, 1861, he 
was appointed Colonel of the Nineteenth Reg- 
iment, Indiana Infantry, and upon his accept- 
tance of this position, it was thought by many 
that the office of County Clerk was vacated. To 
obviate any difficulty on that score the people of 
the county re-elected him, in October following, 
to the same office, desiring to leave it to the mili- 
tary authorities to say whether he should hold two 
offices of trust and profit at the same time or not. 
He was in possession of both offices until he 
was promoted to the office of Brigadier-General, 
when to avoid further difficulty, he resigned the 
office of Clerk, and Samuel B. Sohlagle was elect- 
ed in his stead — Soldier. 

Mering, Miss Elizabeth V. res with L. M. 
Mering, Wayne tp. 

Mering, Mary E. — widoio Jacob — res e s 
Front (2d story) bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 

Mering, L. M. miller, res w s Whitewater, 
1 mile s R. R. depot, Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Merrick, David res n s Main, East Cam- 
bridge. 

MERRICK, E. C. mach res s s Pork bet 
Green and Jones, Cambridge. 



Merrick, Frank far res with Norris Jones, 
Washington tp. 

Merrick, Martin shoemaker, res with Jno. 
Edwards, West Richmond. 

Merritt, Ephraim far res 1 J miles s w Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

Merritt, Samuel miller, res s e cor Market 
and Washington, Richmond — Soldier. 

Mesker, Barney lab res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Messich, Miss Eliza teacher, res with Mrs. 
Matilda Messich, Dublin. 

viessich, Miss Jane teacher, res with Mrs. 
Matilda viessich, Dublin. 

viessich, Matilda — widow Nathan — res w s 
Davis n Cumberland, Dublin. 

Metsker, Jacob far H miles n w Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Mettard, George far w s Ft. Wayne & 
Jacksonburg road, 4$ miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Mettler, M. G. re3 with Maria E. Piatt, 
Jackson tp. 

METTS, Rev. M. S. pastor M. E. Church, 
res e s Washington bet Clay and Madison, 
Hagerstown. 

Metz, Michael tailor,, res s s Railroad St. 
bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Meyer, David far 2| miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Meyer, Dutrick carp res 74 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

Meyer, Frank lab res with Bernhardt Aus- 
terman, Richmond. 

Meyer, Frank brick mason, res w s Eighth 
bet Walnut and South, Richmond. 

Meyer, Henry lab res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Meyer, Henry — Meyer § Vogg — res e s 
Sixth, near Fair Grounds, Richmond. 

Meyer, Lewis brewer, bds with Jno. Ham- 
man, Richmond. 

Meyers, Gideon harness maker, res s s 
Rushville pike, Milton. 



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Meyers, Louis cigar manuf 70 Main, res 
53 South Fifth, Kichmond. 

Meyer & Vogg — H. M. ir J. V. — plow ma- 
kers, n s South, bet Marion and Franklin, 
Richmond. 

Michael, George K. carp res 8 9 Hagers- 
town & New Castle pike, £ mile w Hagers 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Michael, John H. cooper, res with Mary 
Michael, Milton — Soldier. 

Michael, Mary — loidoiv Frederick — res s s 
Main bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton 

MICHAEL, MORGAN Ju.— Michael $ 
Morris — res s e cor Main Cross and Cherry, 
Milton. 

MICHAEL & MORRIS— M. L. M. $ A. 
M. — clocks, watches and jewelry, n s Main 
bet Main Cross and West River, Milton. 

Mikels, "William far res on Hezekiah Hut- 
chin's farm, 2 miles n e Economy, Perry tp. 

Miles, John far on old State road, ^ mile n 
e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Miles, Lindley M. far res s s old State 
road, with John Miles, Jackson tp. 

Miles, Melissa E. res with Sam'l Miles, 
New Garden tp. 

Miles, Milton tailor with Williams & Hat 
field bds at Baker H'se, Richmond. 

Miles, Moses Kelly far w s Centerville and 
Newport road l£ miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Miles, Rachael E. res with S. Miles, New 
Garden tp. 

Miles Sam'l far 5 miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Milgrim, S. A. far 5 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Milia, Patrick blacksmith res s w cor Main 
and Spruce, Centerville. 

Millcamp, Henry lab with J. L. Malsby 
res s w cor Mill and Washington, Richmond 

Miller, Aaron far res with Henry Bare 
Richmond. 

MILLER, ALBERT— Albert Miller $ Co 
res Fairfield Franklin Co. Ind. 

MILLER, ALBERT & CO.— Albert M. $ 
R. H. Tyner — dry goods and groceries, Ab- 
ington. 

MILLER, A. M.—Newby $ Miller— res 
& w cor Fiftb and Vine, Richmond. 

Miller, August bakery s s Main bet Foote 
and Center res same, Cambridge. 

Miller, Augustus res with Henry Long, 
Jackson tp. 

Miller, Barbara — widow Jacob — res with 
Isaac Shire, Richmond. 

Miller, Bartley E. far on Isaac Mellender's 
iarm 3 miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Miller, B. J. mach res with Mrs. League, 
Richmond. 

Miller, Charles saddler and harness maker 
s w cor Main and Walnut res same, Econ- 
omy. 

MILLER, CHARLES A. res Cambridge. 



MILLER, C. R. fancy goods dealer No. 40 
Main res 35 South Franklin, Richmond. 

Miller, Daniel far 2\ miles s Hagerstown, 
J efferson tp. 

-Miller, Daniel D. cooper res s s Conners- 
viHe bet West River and Canal sts, Milton — 
Soldier. 

Miller, David far 2\ miles n e Olive Hill 
Postoffice, Center tp. 

MILLER, DAVID A. res with Elizabeth 
Cokayne, Boston — Soldier. 

Miller, Florence lab res e s Boston tpke 
opp Fairground, Richmond. 

MILLER, GEORGE— Hardin $ Miller— 
res s s Cumberland adj Dublin on the west — 
Soldier. 

Miller, Henry far 3J miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Miller, Henry lab res 91 South Marion, 
Richmond. 

Miller, Henry — Miller Sf Sitloiv — res e s 
Boston tpke, 1 mile s Richmond. 

MILLER, ISAAC engineer res n s South 
Third, bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge — 
Soldier 

Miller, Isaac far 3 miles n e Olive Hill P. O., 
Center tp. 

Miller, Jacob res n s Main, Germantown. 

Miller, Jacob boiler maker bds with B. 
Bescher, Richmond. 

Miller, James A. far 2^ miles e Olive Hill 
P. O., Center tp. 

Miller, Miss Jane res with William Miller, 
Boston tp. 

Miller, John E. lab res Pennville, Jackson 
tp. 

MILLER, J. F. train dispatcher on Ind. 
Central R. R. res w s Gaar, n R. R., Rich- 
mond. 

MILLER, JOHN jeweler s s Main, bet 
Foote and Green, res same, Cambridge. 

Miller, John tailor res s s Main, e Canal, 
Milton. 

Miller, John far s s county road, 3 J miles 
s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Miller, John far res with William Miller, 
Boston tp. 

Miller, Julia — widow — res f mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

MILLER, LEWIS plow maker res with 
Henry Miller, Richmond — Soldier. 

Miller, Miss Martha res with William Mil * 
ler, Boston tp. 

Miller, Miss Mary res with D. Craig, Rich- 
mond. 

Miller, Miss Margaret res with S. Farlow, 
Boston tp. 

MILLER, MARY— wife William, soldier 
— res Germantown. 

Miller, Milton R. mach res e s Front, bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Miller, Miss Mollie res Pacific H'se, Cam- 
bridge. 



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141 



ALLEN & WEESE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN" 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 

E, S. FORT WAYME AVEMOE, NEAH DEPOT, 

RICHMOND, INDIANA. 
-<&-. 

Deals also in Foreign Fruits, Stone and Wooden Ware, etc., etc., etc. 

Iliglnost CasliL Price Paid fox- all Kinds of Country Produce. 

Goods Delivered in any Part of Richmond Free of Charge. 



Miller, Philip far res with John Harris, 
Jackson tp. 

Miller, Miss Kebecca res with "William 
Groves, Center tp. 

Miller, Samuel teamster res e s Marion, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

MILLER, SAMUEL J.— Miller, Study $ 
Oo. — res s s Main bet Poplar and Market, 
Economy— Soldier. 

Miller, Miss Sarah teacher res with Eliza- 
beth Hill, Centerville. 

Miller & Sitlow — Henry M. $ Bernard S. 
— brickmakers near Boston tpke e s, 1 mile s 
Richmond. 

MILLER, Mrs. SARAH— -wife Q. W. Mil- 
ler, soldier— res s s Nat. road, w Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Miller, Solomon far s s county road, 2£ 
miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

MILLER, STUDY & CO.— S. J. M., W. 
H. S. $ Albert Burnet, (Randolph Co.)— tan- 
nery, e s Poplar s Main ; boots and shoes, n 
s Main bet Poplar and Market, Economy. 

Miller, Susan — widow Jacob — res w s West 
River, 2 miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

MILLER, WILLIAM engineer, res s s 
South Third bet Jones and Walnut, Cam- 
bridge. 

Miller, William far n a West road, ^ mile 
w Boston, Boston tp. 

MILLER, WILLIAM P. physician and 
surgeon, Boston. 

Miller, William V. far 2£ miles e Olive 
Hill P. O., Center tp. 

Millgram, Levi far 2 miles s e Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Mills, Branson far Boston tp, 4£ miles a e 
Richmond. 

MILLS, ELISHA brick and stone mason, 
Newport. 

MILLS, JESSE res Boston tp, 4£ miles s 
e Richmond — Soldier. 

MILLS, JOHN teamster, res with Bran- 
son Mills, Boston tp. 



Mills, John D. far res e s Economy & Wil- 
liamsburg pike, £ mile e Economy, Perry tp. 

Mills, Miss Mollio teacher, res Abington. 

Mills, Miss Lorinda res with John D. Mills 
Perry tp. 

Mills, Miss Martitia res with John D 
Mills, Perry tp. 

Mills, Nathan lab res with Branson Mills, 
Boston tp. 

Mills, Samuel lab res n e cor Main and 
Walnut, Economy. 

Milshitz, Miss Kate res with Louis Meyers, 
Richmond. 

Milton, Willfam— -coVd— mattress maker, 
res Fairfax. 

Mimimburg, Bemy teamster, res e s Sev- 
enth bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Mincer, William res w s South High, 
Richmond. ° ' 

MINER, JOHN L. stock dealer, res on 
[Centerville pike, £ mile n w Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

MINER, WILLIAM res s s Nat. road, 1 
mile w Cambridge — Soldier. 

Mink, Robert roadmaster C. & G. E. R. R. 
res 17 North Franklin, Richmond. 

Minor, Benjamin lab res with William 
Haines, Wayne tp. 

Minor, B. L. far w s Newport pike, 2 miles 
n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Minner, Silas saloon s s Main, bet Fifth 
and Sixth, res n e cor South and Marion, 
Richmond. 

Minor, Noah W. atty s s Nat. road, ^ mile 
e Dublin, res same, Jackson tp. 

Mitchee, Jonathan — cold — far 2 miles e 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Mitchel, Alson E. res with Clarkson 
Thomas, New Garden tp. 

Mitchel], Miss Anna res with James B. 
Hunnicutt, Richmond. 

Mitchell & Benson— W. B. M. $ Ebenezer 
B. — grain and commission merchants e s Ft. 
Wayne Avenue, and n passenger depot, Rich- 
mond. 



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Mitchel, Ellas F. far res Newport. 

Mitchell, George Washington— col'd — far 
on Christopher Williams' land, l\ miles w 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Mitchell, George inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Mitchel, John B. cooper n w cor Pearl and 
Cliff, res same, Eichmond. 

Mitchell, Miss Mary K. res with T. C. 
Mitchell, Richmond. 

MITCHEL, MOSES G. physician and 
clergyman Universalist Church res Abing- 
ton. 

Mitchel, Nancy — ividow Flem — 4 miles n 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Mitchell, Patrick lab res Sevastopol. 

Mitchell, Peter lab res Sevastopol. 

Mitchell, Sarah inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Mitchell, Miss Sarah J. res with William 
B. Mitchell, Richmond. 

MITHELL, S. R. teacher res s \v cor Fifth 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Mitchell, Thomas C. retired res n s Main, 
bet Ninth and Tenth, Richmond. 

Mitchell, William B. — Mitchell $ Benson — 
res e s Ninth, 3 doors n Main, Richmond. 

MITCHELL, W. F. — col'd — carriage mak- 
er s s Main, bet Center and Chestnut, Cam- 
bridge. 

MITCHEL, WILLIAM S.— col'd— car- 
riage maker res East Cambridge, 

Mitchner, Joseph far res with Charles Os- 
thimer, Washington tp. 

MOBLEY, RtJTH A. — icife Elijah, soldier 
— res Fairfax. 

Modlin, Miss Hannah J. res with William 
Modlin, Dalton tp. 

Modlin, Isaac — col'd — res on farm owned 
oy J. Morris, 1 mile n e Cambridge. 

MOULIN, JOSIAH lab res s s Cumber- 
land, bet Johnson and Davis, Dublin. 

Modlin, Miss Louisa res with William 
Modlin, Dalton tp. 

Modlin, Mahlon far on farm owned by Na- 
than Baldwin, 1 mile n e Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Modlin, Nathan gunsmith res n s Davis, 
North Cumberland, Dublin — Soldier. 

MODLIN, SARAH— wife Josia/i— res s s 
Cumberland, bet Davis and Johnson, Dublin. 

Modlin, William far 2 miles n e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Moffatt, Alexander printer with Hunt & 
. Baylies, res with William Cheeseman, Rich- 
mond. 

Moffit, Ann E. res with Hugh Moffit, 
Wayne tp. 

Moffitt, Charles carder res with A. Test, 
Wayne tp. 

MOFFITT, HUGH far e Hillsborough 
pike, 1 mile n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moffett, Julius— Moffett $ Stoddard— res 
Foot st., Cambridge. 

Moffett & Stoddard— Julius M. # George S. 



— manuf of fanning-mills, n e cor Foot and 
Railroad, Cambridge. 

Mong, Peter far n s Nat. road, \ mile w 
Earlham College, Wayne tp. 

Mong, Mrs. Abigail — widow David — res 
with Peter Mong, Wayne tp. 

Mongar, Henry rail-road bridge watchman 
res \ mile n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Monnersmith, John brakesman res n e cor 
Walnut and Pearl, Richmond. 

MONTIETH, DAVID far 3 miles n w 
Centerville, Center tp. 

Moodie, Donald cl'k for W. H. Bennett, 
bds with William H. Bennett, Richmond. 

Moodie, Mrs. Mary F. milliner 15 Main, 
res same, Richmond. 

Moon, Joseph lab res adjoining Hillsboro' 
on the south. 

MOON, WILLIAM P. carp res Middle- 
boro. 

Moonan, Joseph lab res West Richmond. 

MOONEY, E. B. bds with Geo. Mooney, 
Richmond. 

Mooney, Ellen — widow James — res w s 
Eighth bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

MOONEY, GEORGE res w s Richmond 
and Newport tpke, adjoining Richmond. 

Moore, Miss Addie artist, res with Lyman 
Morton, Jackson tp. 

MOORE, Rev. ALFRED far and clergy- 
man German Baptist Church, res w s Rich- 
mond & Liberty Straight-line pike, Boston 
tp, 6 miles s Richmond. 

Moore, Benjamin res with Ira Moore, 
Wayne tp. 

Moore, Benjamin cabinet maker, 1 mile s 
Franklin, Dalton tp. 

Moore, Camm far res with Charles Moore, 
Richmond. 

Moore, Charles retired, res 55 North Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

MOORE, CHARLES H. far w s German- 
town & Waterloo road, k mile e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Moore, Clarkson T. far res with James 
Moore, Wayne tp. 

Moore, Miss Deborah res with Ira Moore, 
Wayne tp. 

Moore, Edward far res with John Moore, 
Richmond. 

Moore, Elias grocer and boot and shoe 
dealer, e s Main Cross bet Connersville and 
Seminary, res same, Richmond. 

Moore, Miss Ellen res with John Moore, 
Boston tp, 

Moore, Miss Emeline res e s Franklin bet 
Mulberry and Broadwav, Richmond. 

MOORE, HANNAH-fw'&to Abraham- 
res w s Dublin n Harrison, Dublin. 

Moore, Harbin H. far near State line, 3 
miles n e Boston, Boston tp. 

MOORE, IRA far s s Nat. road, 4 miles e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, Isaac far res with John Moore, Bos- 
ton tp. 



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143 




JOSEPH INGELS, 

Manufacturer of the New and Improved 



im 



m 



MILTON, WAYNE CO., 



jl. J. 



ra, 



3D ifii jLL dJ lu 3 
INDIANA. 



Commencing the year 1865, with the prestige of success it has met with in former 
years, it would seem that its reputation is sufficiently established, and 

ITS MEUITS SO WIDELY KNOWN, 

As to render further notice superfluous. 



«*•«► *-•-♦ «•»>- 



It has Eeceived the FIRST PREMIUMS at all the 



"Wherever it has been exhibited, and came in 

COMPETITION WITH "OTHER DRILLS. 

The improvements in my Drills, which render them so popular in the estimation of 
all who have seen or used them, and so 

EFFECTIVE AND COMPLETE IN THEIR OPERATION 

in all kinds of 

grain aistd grass seed, 

Are secured to me by LETTEKS PATENT, and can not be found elsewhere ; and I 

can assure all Farmers who are in want of GRAIN DKILLS, that 

I am now olfering to them 

THE BEST AMD SVSOST COMPLETE GKAii^ DR8LL, 

both in construction and operation, that was ever made. 

Orders thankfully received, and punctually attended to. 



Address: 



JOSEPH INGELS, Milton, Wayne Go., Ind. 



144 



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MOORE, ISAAC printer, res e s Tenth 
bet Broadway and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Moore, Jacob res with Benjamin Moore 
Dal ton tp. 

Moore, Jacob S. far w s Richmond & Lib- 
erty Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 5£ miles s 
Richmond, 

MOORE, JAMES far w s R. & H. pike, 
3 miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, James E. res with A. M. Elliott, 
Franklin tp— Soldier. 

Moore, James fireman res withT Esther 
League, Richmond. 

Moore, Jane inmate Wayne Co. Asylum 



Moore, Thomas H. student Earlharn res 
Milton. 

Moore, Thomas W. blacksmith res Pres- 
cott's boarding-house, Richmond. 

MOORE, TOLBERT painter res w s Mil- 
ton, n Harrison, Dublin. 

Moore, William H. mach res Reece's board- 
ing-house, Richmond. 

Moore, William engineer res e s R. and 
N. pike, J mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, William H. baggage-master C. & 
G. E. R. R. res with J. G. Ruckle, Rich- 
mond. 

MOORE, WILLIAM H. president Citi- 



Moore, Miss Jennie artist res with Lymanizen's Bank, res n w cor Main and Main Cross, 
Morton, Jackson tp- Milton 



MOORE, JOHN res with Sarah Moore, 
Richmond. 

Moore, John car inspector res w s Eighth 
bet South Park and South Richmond— Soldier 



Moorman, Benjamin, jun. dealer in cattle 
res l£ miles w Bethel, s s Pike, Franklin tp. 

Moorman, Benjamin, sen. res with Benja- 
min Moorman, jun., Franklin tp. Mr. Moor- 



Moore, John farw s Richmond and Liber- man removed from North Carolina in 1816, 
tv Straight Line pike 2 miles w Boston, Bos- and located on farm on which he now re- 
ton tp. 

Moore, Jonathan shoemaker 59 Main (2nd 
story) res w s Sixth bet Main and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

Moore J. W. carriage maker res^David 
Vore's boarding h'se, Richmond. 

Moore, Joseph — cold — tanner res s s Main 
bet Front and Washington, Richmond. 

Moore, Miss Julia A. res with Cornelius 
Ratlin". Wayne tp 

Moore, Miss Lydia S. res with James Moore, 
Wayne tp. 

Moore Mary — widow James — res with Miss 
Emeline Moore, Richmond. 

Moore, Miss Mary res with Charles H Moore, 
Washington tp. 



sides. 

Moorman, John H. grocer 40 Main, res 
same, Richmond. 

Moorman, Miss Mary res with Isaac Cook, 
Fairfax. 

Moorman, Miss Mary res with Thomas H. 
Shearon, Wayne tp. 

Moorman, Miss Mary A. res with John H. 
Moorman, Richmond. 

Moorman, Robert F. lab res on farm of 
Thompson Harris, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

More, Cornelius far 1£ miles n e Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

MORELAND, WILLIAM A. black- 
smith n s Williamsburg and Economy road, 
lh miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp — Sol- 



Moore, Miss Mary A. res with Robert \dier. 

Moore, Wayne tp. ' I MOREY, J. ~W.—Prescott $ Morey—hds 

Moore, Miss Mollie E. res with Samuel at Sherman House, Richmond — Soldier. 

Moore, Boston tp. Morgan, Abbie res with Nathan Morgan, 

Moore, Nathan far with Robert Moore, Wayne tp. 

Wayne tp. I MORGAN, BENJAMIN F. printer Cam- 
Moore, Oliver far res with Ira Moore, bridge City> res with Mrg Michal Morganj 



Wayne tp 

MOORE, ROBERT far 2| miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, Samuel far w s Richmond and 



Wayne tp. 

3IORGAN, CHARLES dry goods s w cor 
Main and Milton, res n e cor Main and Mil- 



Straight ' Line pike 2 miles w Boston, Bos-i ton > Germantown. 

Morgan, Miss Clara res with Sarah Mor 
Sarah — widow Benjamin — res on gan, Richmond 



ton tp. 

Moore, 



farm with Harbin Moore, Boston tp. 

Moore, Sarah — widow John— res w s Eighth 
bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Moore, Miss Susan res e s Ninth bet Main 
and Broadway, Richmond. 

Moore, Susannah F. — widow Benajah — res 
3 miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, Thomas gate keeper Nat. road J 
mile e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Moore, Thomas A. student res with Chas. 
H. Moore, Washington tp. 

MOORE, T. C. tailor with A. Wtoodward 
bds with Mrs. C. Borton, Richmond. 



Morgan, Edmond mach res e s Dublin, s s 
Nat. road, Jackson tp. 

Morgan, Miss Frances res on lot owned by 
Robert Park. £ mile s w Relief Mills, Boston 
tp. 

Morgan, Miss Hannah res 100 Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Vi organ, Hannah--uu(£o!<' Micajah — res with 
Robert .Morgan, Richmond. 

Morgan, James far 3 miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Morgan, Jane A. — widow Morrel — res at 
White Hall Hotel, Germantown. 



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PROPRIETOR 



Manufacturer of 



NEWS, PRINTING, MANILLA, TEA AND 
WRAPPING PAPERS, 

West Side Whitewater River, opposite Gaar's Foundry, 



Morgan, John E. far res with Nathan Mor- 
gan, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Morgan, Joseph far res n s Third, bet 
Main and Plum, Centerville. 

Morgan, Laura — widow John — [n s Wil- 
liamsburg and Newcastle road, H miles from 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Morgan, Mary res with Nathan Morgan, 
Wayne tp. 

Morgan, Michal — widow Charles — res ^ mile 
w Richmond. 

Morgan, Mrs. widow — res with El- 
wood Clark, Claj r tp. 

MORGAN, NATHAN far e s Hillsboro 
pike, 1 mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

MORGAN, NATHAN jr. butcher w s 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Morgan, Robert — Bachman ^ Morgan — res 
s e cor Eighth and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Morgan, Sarah A.—ioidow William— tailoress 
res w s Front, bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Morgan, Spencer far 5 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

MORGAN, Wm. B. prof. Mathematics, 
Earlham College, res n s Nat. road, 1^ miles 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Morman, Charles far s s Nat. road, 2 miles 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Morman, Robert lab res on farm of Thomp- 
son Harris, Wayne tp. 

Morrey, Israel trunk-maker res n s North 
Front, w Walnut, Cambridge. 

MORREY, JOSEPH grocer, n w cor Main 
and Foot, res n s North Front bet Jones and 
Green, Cambridge. 

MORRIS, AARON— Ferr is <J- Morris, and 
Michael <J" Morris — res witn Mrs. Rhoda A. 
Morris, Milton. 

Morris, Anna teacher, res with Elisha Mor- 
ris, Dublin. 

MORRIS, CHARLES res Germantown. 

Morris, Charles far res with Samuel Mor- 
ris, Jackson tp. 

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MORRIS, DAVID far res on farm owned 
by John Morris, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Elizabeth — widow Jacob — res with 
Joshua Morris, Milton. 

Morris, Elizabeth res with John Morris, 
Dublin. 

Morris, Eli far 1 mile s e Dublin, Jackson 

l P- 

Morris, Elias far l£ miles w Jacksonburg, 

Harrison tp. 

Morris, Miss Ellen res with Nathan Was- 
son, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Miss Elmira J. res with Mrs. 
Rhoda A. Morris, Milton. 

MORRIS, FRANCIS W. far U miles n e 
Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

MORRIS, H. far } mile s w Dublin. 

Morris, Miss Jane res with Samuel Erwin, 
Wayne tp. 

Morris, John sawyer, res s s Nat. road, 1st 
house e Foundry, Dublin. 

Morris, John far 1 mile! n e Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Morris, John far n s Nat. road, £ mile n w 
Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Jonathan far Harrison tp, 3 miles 
n e Cambridge. 

Morris, Joseph shoemaker, res e s Dublin 
n Harrison, Dublin. 

MORRIS, JOSHUA cooper, res s s Con- 
nersville bet West River and Canal Sts., Mil- 
ton — Soldier. 

Morris, Larmia — widow Samuel — res 65 
South Sixth, Richmond. 

Morris, Miss Martha res with Elias Mor- 
ris. 

Morris, Miss Mary res with Samuel Mor- 
ris, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Mary E. res with Matthew Ferris, 
Milton. ft, i . 

Morris, Oliver far 2 miles n e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Morris, Rhoda A. — widow George D. — res s 
s Seminary bet Main Cross and West River, 
Milton. 






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Morris, Miss Ruth res with Lavinia Mor- 
ris, Richmond. 

Morris, Miss Kuth A. res with Mrs. Khoda 
Morris, Milton. 

MORRIS, SAMTJEL-Jbwes $ Morris-bds 
with A. P. Jones, Richmond— Soldier. 

Morris, Samuel far 1 mile s e Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Morris, Sam'l B. carp res 49 South Fifth, 
Richmond. 

Morris, Miss Sarah res with John Morris, 
Jackson tp. 

Morris, Selina res with John Morris, Dub- 
lin. 

Morris, Miss Susan student Earlham res 
Cambridge. 

Morris, Miss Susan res with Nathan Was- 
son, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Miss Susannah res with Eli Mor- 
ris, Jackson tp. 

Morris, Thomas B. nurseryman res \% 
miles s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

MORRISSON, BLANCHARD & CO— O. 
F. Coffin, Jas. L. Morrisson $ A. H. Blanchard- 
bankers- Oitizewt Bank-n e cor Main and 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Morrison, Miss Eliza res with Mrs. Ellen 
Morrison, Richmond. 

^Morrison, Frederick far with David S. 
Smith, Jefl'erson tp. 

MORRISSON, JAMES Jj.-Morrisson, 
Blanchard $ Cb.-res n w cor Sixth and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

MORRISSON LIBRARY, the gift of 
Robert Morrisson to Wayne Township in- 
cluding the city of Richmond. It is open to 
the public, free, every afternoon from three 
to six o'clock, Sundays excepted, and is situ- 
ated on the s w cor Marion and Spring sts, 
Richmond. 

Morrison, Hebeeca.—widoiv John D. — res 
with Mary Elderkin, Richmond. 

MORRISSON, ROBERT jr. sec Richmond 
Insurance Co. res e s Fifth bet Sassafras and 
Yine, Richmond. 

MORRISSON, ROBERT, Sen. retired res 
n w cor Sixth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Mr. Morrisson is a native of North Carolina, 
and emigrated to Indiana Territory in 1810 — the 
same year in which a part of Dearborn county 
was laid off and organized as the county of 
Wayne. At the time of his arrival, Mr. Morris- 
son was about 24 years of age, possessed of but a 
small portion of this world's goods ; but, being 
in the full vigor of manhood, he entered upon 
the business of life, and although at times meet- 
ing with losses and disappointments, his success 
has been greater than is usually allotted to men. 
He has been enabled to amass an ample fortune, 
which he uses as one who feels that he is acting 
as a steward in the service of a higher power. 
His character for benevolence is coeval with his 
prosperity. It has been manifested in innumer- 
able ways not always known to the public; but 
the crowning eleemosynary act of his life was the 
founding of a library, and donating it, not to 
the city of Richmond, but to Wayne township, 



including, of course, the city. His expenditures, 
from time to time, in connection with this insti- 
tution, have been something near twenty thou- 
sand dollars. It is under the control of a library 
committee, with provision for its perpetuation. 
Although the liberal donor is bending under the 
weight of years — being now nearly eighty — he 
is in the enjoyment of excellent health, and 
looks as though he might yet live many years to 
enjoy the respect and esteem of thousands of cit- 
izens, on the very ground he assisted so largely 
in rescuing from its wild state. 

Morrison, Robertson marble dealer res s e 
cor Walnut and Franklin, Richmond. 

Morrow, Elihu grocer w s Fort Wayne 
Avenue, s s rail-road, res s e cor Franklin and 
Yine, Richmond. 

Morrow, John far 2 miles n e Chester, 
Wayne tp. Mr. Morrow's father moved to 
Wayne County in 1810, and settled \\ miles 
n e of Richmond. He was a minister of the 
Society of Friends. 

Morrow, Mitchell, carp res s w cor Elev- 
enth and Broadway, Richmond. 

Morse, John far on farm owned by Stephen 
Rybolt r Jackson tp. 

Morse, Lucius A. marble cutter with Wm. 
B. Morse, bds with Mrs. Ruth A. Morse, 
Richmond. 

Morse, Pitt blacksmith in foundry, res e s 
Johnson, n Cumberland, Dublin. 

MORSE, PITT A. blacksmith res e & 
Newcastle pike,, n w Dublin. 

Morse, William B. marble-dealer s e cor 
Sixth and Main, res 48 South Fifth, Rich- 
mond. 

Morton, Lyman photographer over Bell & 
Steven's drug store, Dublin, res East Cam- 
bridge. 

Morton, Miss Lucy, res with Henry Nagle, 
Richmond. 

MORTON,. O. P. Governor of the State 
of Indiana; res, previous to entering on the 
duties of his office, Centerville. 

Oliver Perry Morton was born August 4th, 
1823, at Salisbury, the first county-seat of Wayne 
County. The town is now extinct, but its loca- 
cation may be seen on the map accompanying 
this work. Both his parents dying when he 
was quite young, the care of him devolved upon 
his grandmother and two aunts. Very early in 
life, he was put to the hatting trade, with his 
brother, but never did much at the business. In 
1837 he was sent to Centerville to attend the 
Wayne County Seminary, under Prof. S. K. 
Hoshour. After leaving the high school of Prof. 
Hoshour, he entered Miami University, at Ox- 
ford, Ohio. In the University he made great 
progress in his studies, and developed those rare 
talents that have distinguished him as a debater, 
and contributed so largely to his success in pub- 
lic life. He left the University without gradu- 
ating, returned to Centerville, and commenced 
the study of the law, giving all his energies to 
the task of preparing to enter upon the practice 
of his profession. He was married May 15, 1845, 
to Miss Lucinda Burbank, of Centerville. In 
1S46 ho was admitted to practice, and by his un- 



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The Cheapest, Neatest, and Most Desirable Blind in Use. 

All Colors, Shades, Sizes and Finish, Made on Short Notice. 



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tiring industry and perseverance, together withof Indiana for his energy in bringing soldiers 
his convincing eloquence, he rose rapidly in his: into the field. The idea of sending State agents 
profession, and soon acquired a lucrative prae- to look after the welfare of the soldiers, ori>'in- 
tice. In 1852 he was appointed Judge of this ated with Governor Morton ; and although 
Judicial District for one year, being the unexpir-others imitated his example, the agents of Indi- 
ed term of his predecessor. Mr. Morton, pre- ana invariably distanced all others. Anions his 
vious to 135-1, acted with the Democratic party,! first acts after the attack on Sumter, was to call 
but when that party repealed the Missouri Com- the Legislature to assemble on the 25th of April, 
promise, with the evident intention of extend- In his message to that body, he informed them 
ing Slavery, he resolved to sever his connec- that the six regiments called for were not only 
tion with it, and from that time to the present, lin the field, but that men enough to organize as 
has acted with the Republicans. In 1856 he was many more were in camp awaiting authority 
the candidate for Governor on the Republican from that body to organize them, in anticipa- 
ticket, and made a thorough and vigorous can- tion of furture calls from the General Govern- 
vass of the State, in opposition to Ashel P. Wil-jment. His wishes were at once complied with, 
lard, the Democratic candidate; and, althoughand means provided for putting the State on a 
he failed to be elected, he came out of the con- .war footing. From such a beginning he never 
test with a well-consolidated party, its principles grew weary, but was always ahead of the de- 
clearly defined, and himself strengthened in the mands of the President, so that the Governor of 
conviction that he had done right in leaving thej Indiana was cited as an example worthy of imi- 
old party. In 1860 he was nominated for Lieu-tation by all in authority, from Maine to Califor- 
tenaut-Governor on the ticket with Henry S.lnia. When the time came for another guberna- 
Lane for Governor, and was overwhelmingly 1 torial election in November, 1864, all loyal men. 
elected in November of that year. On the 14th were so well satisfied that Morton- emphatically 
of January, 1861, Mr. Morton was duly quali-jwas the right man in the right place, that they 
fied, and entered upon the discharge of his du-! thought of none other, and he was a^ain elected 
ties as Lieut-Governor. He held the office but. by an overwhelming majority for another four 
two days, when he became Governor of the State, lyears. Thus he who as Chief Mao-istrate of out 
in consequence of the Legislature, in joint ses-|State sent forth the first men to meet the hosts 
sion, having elected Gov. Lane to the office oflof treason is again at his post to welcome the 
United States Senator for six years. At this- the battle-scarred veterans on their return, with 
time the Southern leaders were marshaling theirthe plaudit, "Well done, good and faithful serv-- 
hosts for the impending conflict. Gov. Morton jant." May he and they long live to enjoy the 
saw the whole situation at a glance. He knew blessing all have so nobly contributed to achieve, 
that they were diabolically in earnest, and he] MORTOX, TV. S. T. dry °"oods & erocer- 
visited Washington for the purpose of impressingies, n s Main, bet Foot and Green, Cambridge, 
his convictions upon the authorities there, and res s s Nat. road, adjoining Centerville on: 
counseling them to prepare for the worst, and it'^g we «t 

is believed that his visit was not void of good 1 -\i„ t " ' -& t _v , ■. -, -, .,-, -r-rr^. 

,„, , + tt • , j t .. ... , ? ,• Mote, hi. J. photographer bds with TVnr.. 

results. Having returned to the capital ol hisj-rr 11 t? - v, a 

own State before the attack on Fort Sumter, he, ^'t; 1 ™™^^ 

was at his post to give command when the gale' i ^. -f K .~ Ub — M - Mote 9 Co.— res 

of treason struck the ship of State. Six regi-l 51 south bixth, Kichmond. 

ments, the quota of Indiana on the call fori MOTE, M. & CO. — Marcus M. $ Miss S. 

75,000 men, were raised in an incredibly short;-4. Hankins — portrait painters 104 n s Main 

time, and were armed and equipped, and mov-jbet Pranklin and and Fifth, 2d floor, Kich- 

ing for the scene of action before those of anylmond. 

other Western State. Newspapers of other States- Mote, Orrin S. mach bds with William 

vied with each other in eulogizing the Governor! jj a j] Richmond 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Motzer, Conrad far n s county road, 11 
miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Moulton, Joseph mach res e s Center, n 
North High, Kichmond. 

MOUNT, WILLIAM K. mach res w 6 
Tenth, het Vine and Sassafras, Kichmond — 
Soldier. 

Mudford, John res w s South Market. 
Economy. 

MUELLEE, BERNHARDT physician & 
druggist 64 South Pear], res same, Kichmond. 

MUHL, GEORGE drayman res n s Clay, 
het Washington and Plum, Hagerstown. 

Muhl, George H. weaver, n e cor Plum 
and Madison, Hagerstown. 

Mulholland, Albert H. hds with Mrs. 
Margaret Mulholland, Richmond. 

Mulholland, Margaret — widow Rowland — 
res w s Green bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

Mull, John far 3 miles n w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Mull, John far s e cor Clay tp. 

MULLEN, EVE — widow William, soldier 
— res Washington. 

Mullen, Elihu carp n s Main, Williams- 
ibuTg. 

Mullen, Mary A. — wife of Josiah, soldier — 
res e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Mullenix, Henry far and cooper, res 
miles n Economy, Perry tp. 

Mullenix, John H. lab res with Henry 
.Mullenix, Perry tp. 

Mullenix, Miss Rebecca A. res with Henry 
Mullenix, Perry tp. 

Mullett, Francis silver plater, e s Pearl bet 
Walnut and Main, res same, Richmond. 

MULLIN, JONATHAN far w s Center 
ville pike, 2 miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Mullin, Miss Sarah A. res with J. Mullin, 
Green tp. 

Mulligan, Thomas lab res w s Eleventh n 
R. R., Kichmond. 

Mumford, Jesse engineer, res w s North 
Green, Richmond. 

Mundle, John far \ mile w Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Munger, Norman far 4 miles s w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Muntz, Benjamin hostler, res n s Main bet 
Cherry and Brook, Milton. 

MURDOCK, J. E.— H. Hoover # Co.— bds- 
at Sherman Hse, Richmond. 

MURLEY, JACOB B. stone mason, res 
with Thomas Murley, Milton. 

Murley, John B. lab res with T. G. Mur- 
ley, Washington tp. 

J\J urley, Thomas lab res w s West River 
bet Connersville and Seminar}', Milton. 

Murley, Thomas G. lab res near Milton. 
Washington tp. 

Murphy, Daniel railroader, res n s Cliff bet 
Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Murphy, John lab res Sevastopol. 



Murphy, William lab res n s Second, 
Cambridge. 

MURRAY, BELINDA L.— wife of Mar- 
Un — res Washington. 

Murray, Miss "Elizabeth res with Robert 
Murray. 

Murray, James far on James Longfellow's 
land 3 miles n e Newport, New Garden tp. 

Murray, Jane res with Robert Murray, 
Claytp. * 

Murray, Jesse W. far f mile s w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Murray, Nancy — widow William — res w s 
West River 2 miles s Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp. 

Murray, Ncniah far 1 mile s w Milton, 
Washinton tp. 

Murray, Peter far e s Connersville and 
Centerville road 4f miles s e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Murray, Robert far 2 miles n w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Murray, William B. far res with Robert 
Murray. 

Murray, William jr. far w s West River 2 
miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Murray, Thos. far res n s North Market w 
of Washington, Hagerstown. 

Muskop, Susan — widow William — res with 
Samuel H. Hoshour, Cambridge. 

Musser, Eli far 6 miles s Richmond, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Mussler, Augusta serv at Avenue H'se, 
Richmond. 

Mustin, R. A. far e s Connersville and 
Milton pike 3 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Mustin, Richard far w s Connersville and 
Milton pike 3h miles s Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Muth, Miss Kate res with Peter Muth, 
Richmond. 

Muth, Margaret — widow Gilbert — res with 
Peter Muth, Richmond 

Muth, Peter car inspector D. & W. R. R. 
res n w cor Ninth and Main, Richmond. 

MUZZY, GEORGE res with James P. 
Muzzy, Milton — Soldier. 

Muzzy, Horace foreman in paint-shop of 
Davis, Lawrence & Co. res n w cor Eoundry 
and Cumberland, Dublin. 

Muzzy, James P. res s s Canal bet West 
River and Main Cross, Milton. 

Muzzy, Meranthus lab res n s Main e Ca- 
nal, Milton. 

Myer, John H. lab res w s Marion, bet 
Walnut and Main, Richmond. 

MYER, SUSAN— widou-— W. S. Forrey $ 
Co. — res with W. S. Forrey, near Cambridge. 

Myer, Paul lab res 91 South Marion, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Myers, Abraham far If miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Myers, Daniel far 2\ miles n Dublin, Jack- 
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JOHN W. GRURBS. 



HOWARD & GRUBBS, 

WHOLESALE GKOCERS, 



AND DEALEES IN" 



SALT, FISH, TOBACCO, AND CIGARS, 
RICHMOND, INDIANA. 



Myers, David far res with Martin Myers, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Edward teamster res s s Main, bet 
First and Second, Centerville. 

Myers, Elizabeth — widoio Elias — res e s 
Simons Creek pike, 3 miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Myers, Miss Elizabeth res with Martin 
Myers, Jackson tp. 

MYERS, FREDERICK— col'd— pastor of 
the African M. E. Church w s Marion, bet 
South and Mill, res n w cor Front and Syca- 
more, Richmond. 

Myers, Henry blacksmith res e s Sixth, bet 
South and Market, Richmond. 

Myers, Henry far on farm owned by Mar- 
tin Myers, Jackson tp. 

Myers, Isaac far res n s Nat. road, bet 
Cambridge and Dublin, Jackson tp. 

MYERS, JACOB far 3£ miles s e Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Myers, James lab res at toll-gate, 1 mile s 
"Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Myers, John saddler s s Main, bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, res s e cor First and Plum, 
Centerville. 

Myers, Lewis far l£ miles s Wayne Coun- 
ty pike, 4 miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Myers, Lewis far 2\ miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Michael far 1 mile e Cambridge 
City. 

Myers, Michael far s e cor Jackson tp, 1 § 
miles w Milton. 



Myers, Mannasas far e s Cambridge and 
Hagerstown road, \\ miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Martin far 2 \ miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Martin, jun. far on farm owned by 
Martin Myers, 2| miles n e Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Mary — widow John — res If miles w 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Myers, Moses far w s Cambridge & Sim- 
ons Creek pike, 2\ miles n Dublin, Jackson 
tp. 

Myers, Mrs. — widow John — res over J. H. 
Macke's store, Richmond. 

Myers, N. carp res w s Green bet Spring, 
and the river, Richmond. 

Myers, Samuel carp bds at White Hall 
Hotel, Germantown. 

Myers, Samuel far res on farm owned by 
John Galinway and G. Rashard, 1£ miles n 
Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Myers, Miss Sarah res with Martin Myers, 
Jackson tp. 

Myers, Thomas res with Jacob Myers. 

Myers, William H. elk res with Gideon 
Myers. 

Myrick, Charlotte — widow Reuben — res- 
with Benjamin B. Myrick, Richmond. 

Myrick, Benjamin B. State agt ^Etna Life 
Ins. Co., res w s Sixth bet Main and W r alnut, 
Richmond. 

Myrick, Peter blacksmith, res n s Spring 
bet Pearl and Washington, Richmond. 



Nagle, Henry tinner, res s e cor Sixth and 
"Walnut, Richmond — Soldier. 

Nantz, Pleasant gardener, s s Nat. road, 2 
miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

NASH, JAMES carp res n s R. R. opp 
Barman's planing mill, Richmond. 

NATION, ENOCH retired, res n s Cum- 
berland bet Davis and Milton, Dublin. Mr. 



Nation furnished six sons for the Union 
army, two of whom lost their lives in the 
service. 

Neal, Edward far res n s Main, Williams- 



burg. 

Neal, Eliza A. — widow William A. — res 38 
Main (2d story), Richmond. 



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Neal, Miss Emily res with Jesse Reynolds, 
Green tp. 

Neal, Miss Eveline res with Win. Frame, 
Chester. 

Neal, Miss Eveline res with Joseph Lup- 
ton, Richmond. 

NEAL, JAMES far and blacksmith, res 3 
miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Neal, Moses far n s Williamsburg & Econ- 
omy road, 2£ miles n w Williamsburg, Green 
tp. 

Neal, Miss Sallie res with James Neal, 
Wayne tp. 

Neal, William tanner in the employ of E. 
Neal, Williamsburg. 

Neamaer, Joseph lab res e s South High, 
Richmond. 

Neel, Belle — loidow Jacob — res with David 
Sands, Wayne tp. 

Neif, Abraham lab res n s Main bet Wal- 
nut and Jones, Cambridge. 

NEFF, ABRAM D. plasterer and miller, 
res n e cor Main Cross and South, Milton. 

Neff, Adam tailor, res Germantown. 

Neff, Andrew carp res e s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Neff, Allen far s s Nat. road, Jackson tp, 
4| miles w Centerville. 

NEFF, BOSTONIA far 3 miles s w Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

Neif, Daniel grocer, res Germantown. 

Neff, Franklin far res with Jane Hamp- 
ton, Wayne tp. 

Neff, George lab res Germantown. 

NEFF, PETER & SON Cin. 0. prop's 
knife manufws Hillsboro tpke lh miles n 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Neil' Robert far w s R. & H. pike 4 miles 
n e Richmond, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Neidler, Miss Sarah J. res with John L. 
'Campbell, Jefferson tp. 

Nelson, Arnold shoemaker shop and res 
Fairfax. 

Nelson, Daniel K. carp res l£ miles n e 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Nelson, Elizabeth L. — widow George — res 
with Jno. H. Thomas, Richmond. 

Nelson, Freeman B. far 1 h miles n e Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Nelson, Leander H. far Green tp. 

Nelson, Mary A.— col'd— res with Mrs. Al- 
exander Gulliver, Richmond, husband in the 
■Union army and master (?) in the rebel 
army. 

Nelson, Mary— widow John — res on farm 
owned by Larkin Gaar, Boston tp 5 miles s 
Richmand. 

Nelson, Thomas far res with David Bailey. 

Nestor, Simon lab res with Samuel Brown, 
Hagerstown. 

Nestor Thomas — Tkos. Nestor § Go. — res 
s e cor Front and Main, Richmond 

Nestor, Thomas & Co.— Thomas Nestor fy 
L. M. Mering— grocers s e cor Front and 
Main, Richmond. 



Newbern, Joseph far res with Isaac Com- 
mons, Franklin tp. 

Newbern, William far res 1 mile s Hills- 
boro w pike, Franklin tp. 

Newbold, Robert far res 5 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Newbold, William M. far res with Robert 
Newbold, Washington tp. 

NEWBY, BENONI street commissioner 
res n w cor Walnut and Washington, Rich- 
mond. 

Newby, Eliza— widow William— Centerville. 

NEWBY, FRANKLIN ass't Cashier 
First National Bank, Cambridge res s s Main 
bet Foote and Green, Cambridge. 

NEWBY, JAMES prop Milton river 
flouring mills at Milton res with Thomas 
Newby, Cambridge— Soldier. 

Newby, John far If miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

NEWBY & MILLER-- Thomas J. New- 
by § A. M. Miller — dealer in boots and shoes 
66 Main, Richmond. 

Newby, Nathan lab res with Benoni New- 
by, Richmond. 

NEWBY, SAMUEL res 60 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

Newby, Miss Sarah A. res with Thomas J. 
Newby, Richmond. 

Newby, Miss Susanna seamstress res e s 
Front, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

NEWBY, THOMAS cashier First Nat. 
Bank, Cambridge, and insurance and claim 
agt res s s South Third, w Walnut, Cam- 
bridge. 

NEWBY, THOMAS J.— Newby £ Miller 
— res 4 North Seventh, Richmond. 

NEWCOM & CO.—R. Newcom $ H. H. 
Keys — millers West River, \ n e Hagers- 
town. 

NEWCOM, FRANKLIN G. far e s Cam- 
bridge and Winchester pike, \ mile n e Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp, also of the firm of R. 
& F. G. Newcom. 

Newcom, Matthew far 2 miles s Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

NEWCOM, ROBERT— R. $ F. G. New- 
com — res with G. W. Richards, Hagerstown. 

NEWCOM, SAMUEL G. far w s Cam- 
bridge and Winchester pike, li miles n Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Newman, Miss Alice A. res with Vincent 
G. Newman, Wayne tp. 

Newman, Miss Annacibella res with Chas. 
Newman, Richmond. 

Newman, Charles — 0. Newman <$• Sons — 
res w s Franklin, bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Newman, Charles, jun. — O. Newman § Sons 
— res with Charles Newman, sen., Richmond. 

Newman & Sons — 0. Newmati, Theodore 
N, $ Chas. Neivtnan, jun. — wood turners w s 
Franklin, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Newman, Eleanor — widow Jonathan — res 



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TIMOTHY, CLOVER, 

AND 

FLAX SEED, 

Sugar Cured Hams, 

&c, «&c, &e. 



GEO. W. BARNES. 



E. W. YARRINGTOX. 



GEO. W + BARNES * C0 +t 

TTHOL.ESALE & 1R-ETA.II1. 

Dealers in. 

Grocer's Goods Generally, 

3STo. 31, Main Street, 



n w cor Connersville and Main Cross, Mil-Ibooks and stationery, No. 27 s s Main bet 
ton. jPearl and Marion, Richmond. 

NEWMAN, E. BITRK atty res n s Main,! NICHOLSON, DANIEL A. far 2 miles 
bet Cherry and Brook, Milton. n e Middleboro, Franklin tp. 

Newman, James far on farm owned by Nicholson, Elizabeth — widcno Valentin* — 
George W. Stevenson, Boston tp, 3 miles s res with Henry Nicholson, Richmond. 
Richmond. : NICHOLSON, HANNAH-wirfow-res 

Newman, Mary A. — widow George — e si mile n Middleboro, e Hillsboro tpke, Frank- 
Liberty pike, 2 miles s Richmond, Waynelin tp. 
tp. Nicholson, Henry brick molder, res e s 

Newman, Miss Marv E. res with Charl. s South Hi S h > Richmond. 
Newman, Richmond. NICHOLSON, JESSE far res with Joseph 

Newman, Milo cooper res with Mrs. El- ! Nicholson, Clay tp. 
eanur Newman, Milton. Nicholson, J. Taylor justice and far s s 

Newman, Miss Sarah res with Mrs. El- Hagerstown & Washington tpke, l£ miles w 
eanor Newman, Milton. [Washington, Clay tp. 

Newman, Theadore— C. Newman $ Sons—] HICHOLSON, JOHN— Nicholson $ Bro. 
res w s Franklin, bet Main and Spring, Rich-!— res 66 South Fifth, Richmond. 

Nicholson, John far 2 miles n w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Nicholson, John far res e s Economy & 



mond 

Newman, Vincent G. far res e s Liberty 
pike, IJ miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Newport, Noble carp res 26 South Fifth, 
Richmond. 

NEWTON, A. TS.—Nemton $ liose—res e s 
Fifth bet Sassafras and Vine, Richmond. 



e Economy, 



Washington pike, 2.J miles 
Perry tp. 

Nicholson, John far w s Hagerstown & 
Dalton pike, n end Hagerstown. 

Nicholson, Joseph far 1 mile n w Wash- 
NEWTON, EUGENE M. book and no-'ington, Clay tp. 
ticn dealer, e s Ft. Wayne Av. n Vine, res] NICHOLSON, LINDSET far e s pike, 2 
with Dr. A. N. Newton, Richmond— Soldier. m ji es s Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Newton, Ishmael far res 1 mile w Chester; Nicholson Miss Mary A. res with J. T. 
& Arba tpke, near Randolph Co. line, Frank-Nicholson, Clay tp. 

nn tp- Nicholson, Nimrod far 2 miles w Wash- 

Newton, James far res 2k miles n w Bethel, 'mo-ton. Clay tp. 
Franklin tp. " Nicholson, Miss Rhoda res with J. T. 

Newton, Joseph far on farm of Ishmael Nicholson. 
Newton, Franklin tp. * NICHOLSON, TIMOTHY— Nicholson Sc 

NEWTON & ROSE— A. N N. 4- T. R.— Bro.— res n e cor Sixth and Main, Richmond, 
dentists, n w cor Main and Pearl (2d floor),t NICHOLSON, WILLIAM far res with 
Richmond. [Joseph Nicholson, Clay tp. 

Nichelson, James justice of peace, res s s| Nicholas, Henry painter, res with Rey. 
Washington & Hagerstown pike, H miles wlChas. W. Smith, Richmond. 
Washington, Clay tp. Nicholas, John lab for Anderson Dye, Ab- 

Nichols >n. Anna — widow Josiah — res with ington tp. 
John Nicholson, Richmond. Nickens, Harrison — cold — wood chopper, 

NICHOLSON & BRO.— T. N. cj- J. N.~ res w s Main, Newport. 



152 



WAYNE COUNTY 



NICKENS, WILSON — cold — far and Nolen, Michael drayman, res e s Washing- 
wood chopper, res with Harrison Nickens, ington bet Spring and Cliff, Richmond. 
Newport. Nolen, Patrick boiler maker, res with 

Nickle, H. G. far res 1J miles n w Middle- Michael Nolen, Kichmond. 
boro, Franklin tp. Noll, Jacob shoemaker, res e s Main Cross 

Nicols, Smith — cold — far and bishop Union bet Main and Canal Sts., Milton. 
Methodist Church, res Newport. Norcross, Jonathan dealer in boots and 

Nieter, David grocer, 70 South Franklin, shoe?, n s Main bet Foot and Green, res 
res sane, Richmond. Isame. Cambridge. 

Ni -gengerdt, Henry cooper, res ws Wash-I NORDYKE, ADDISON H.— E. cj- A. H. 
ington bet Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. \Nordyke — res with Ellis Nordyke, Rich- 

Nievegengerdt, Henry cooper, res w s Nat.lmond. 



road, H miles w Richmond, Wayne tp 

Niswanger, George far res with Winson 
Niswancjer, Jackson tp. 

NISWANGER, JOSEPH E.— . S. T. John- 
son 4" Go. — res Huntington Hse, Richmond. 

Niswanger, Winson far res on farm owned 
by Abner Bond's heirs, 2 \ miles n Cam- 
bridge. Jackson tp. 

Nixon, Achsah — widow William — res with 
Timo hy Wilson, Jackson tp. 

Nixon, Miss Charlotte — cold — res with 
Francis Nixon. 

NIXON, FRANCIS WM.— cold— res on 
Paul Quinn's farm, 1^ miles e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Nixon, Miss Hannah — cold — res with Mrs. 
Jerllinej White, Richmond. 

Nixo i, Miss Mattie res with Sam'l Nixon, 
Richmond. 

Nixon, N. R. paper mill n s Williamsburg 
pike, \ mile w Richmond, res n w cor Ninth 
and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Nixon, Miss Rachel — cold — res with Fran 
cis N"ixon. 

NIXON, SAMUEL retired, res s s East 
Fork, near Fleecy Dale Woolen Factory, 1 
mile n e Richmond. Mr. N. was formerly 
one of the proprietors of the above named 
factory. He was the first subscriber to this 
book. 

Nixon, Samuel far 5 miles s e Richmond 
Wayne tp. 

Nixon, Miss Susan res with William Nix- 
on, Richmond. 

NIXON, T. J. asst supt C. & G. E. R. R. 
office s s Noble bet Fifth and Sixth, res e s 
Eifth bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond 

Nixon, William res n w cor Sassafras and 
Ft. Wayne Av., Richmond. Mr. Nixon i 
now 92 years of age, and in good health. 

Nixon, Zachariah far w s county road, ! 
miles n e Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

NOAH, JOHN GOVERNOR— cold— far 
res \ mile s e Milton, Washington tp 

NOBLE, HENRY C. undertaker, s s Main 
bet Main Cross and Spruce, res on Plum bet 
First and Second, Centerville. 

Noble, Rhoda — widow Thomas — res s s 
Main bet Spruce and Ash, Centerville. 

Noggle, Calvin far s s Nat. road, 3 mile? 
w Centerville, Center tp. 

Nolen, Bridget — widow — res with Michael 
Nolen, Richmond. 



NORDYKE & CO — D. N, P. Jolvison £ 
Geo. Eckel — stoves and tin-ware, s s Main 
(77) bet Marion and Franklin, Richmond. 

NORDYKE, DAVID— Nordyke $ Go.— 
res s e cor Mulberry and Sixth, Richmond. 

NORDYKE, ELLIS— E. $ A. II. Nor- 
dyke — res s s Walnut, termination of Green, 
Richmond. 

NORDYKE, E. & A. H.— Ellis N £ Ad- 
dison H. N. — millwrights and manuf of mill 
machinerv s e cor Main and Washington, 
and s s Walnut, termination of Green, Rich- 
mond. 

Nordyke, Miss Martha res with Ellis Nor- 
dyke, Richmond. 

' NORDYKE, SILVANUS millwright res 
with David Nordyke, Richmond — Soldier. 

Norman, John far w s road, 1£ miles s Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Norris, Elisha far res Sevastopol. 

Norris, J. P. far w s R. and H. pike, 2J 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Norris, Joseph far with Samson Boone, 
Wayne tp. 

Norris, Joseph Y. lab res with Elisha Nor- 
ris, Wayne tp. 

Norris, Oliver K. lab res Sevastopol. 

Norris, William P. salesman res w s Mar- 
ket st., Economy. 

Northant, William sawyer at mill owned 
by E. and J. M. Thornburg, Dalton tp. 

Northlane, Henry lab res e s Boston tpke, 
1 mile s Richmond. 

Northrup, Fred, conductor res with Mary 
Roberts, Richmond. 

Noss, Jacob cabinet maker res e s Hills- 
borough pike, s s river, adjoining city limits, 
Richmond. 

Nudd, Edward — Shrader $ Nudd — n e cor 
Main Cross and Connersville, Milton. 

NUGAN, THOMAS far 3 miles s Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Null, Miss Elizabeth bds with Henry Null. 

Null, Henry far adjoining Jacksonburg on 
the south. 

Null, John lab s s Nat. road, 1\ miles o 
Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Null, Miss Mary, bds with Henry Null. 

Nutting, S. F. shoemaker n s Main, bet 
Washington and Front, bds at Mrs. Pres- 
cott's, Richmond. 

Nye, Miss Anna S. res with Joshua Nye, 
Richmond. 



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TIMOTHY NICHOLSON. 



JOHN NICHOLSON. 



NICHOLSON & BRO., 

B}4 »AI» 





EIOHMOND, INDIANA. 



ALSO DEALERS IN 



WAIL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, 

Curtain Material, Oval & Square Picture Frames, 

ENGRAVINGS ANB PHOTOGRAPHS. 



SPECIAL AGENTS TOE INDIANA, FOE 

Feller's Aritlietics. and (Knot's Series of SeograpMes aui Maps, 



Dealers In Books Supplied at Lowest Wholesale Prices. 



NYE, EZRA— Ezra Nye § Bro.— res w 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond— Sol- 

NYE, EZRA & RRO.— Ezra N. $ Ralph 
W. N. — stoves & tinware e s Ft. Wayne Av, 
bet Vine and Noble, Richmond. 

Nye, Joshua retired res \v s Sixth, bet Main 
and Walnut, Richmond. 



Nye, Miss Louie J. res with Joshua Nye, 
Richmond. 

NYE, RALPH W.—Ezra Nye $ Bro.— 
res with Zadok A. Nye, Richmond — Soldier. 

Nye, Zadok A. retired res 19 South Front, 
Richmond. 

Nyer, Peter blacksmith 2 J miles w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 



o 



Oakes, Edward A. res with Sylvester P. 
Oakes, Abington tp. 

Oakes, Sylvester P. far 1^ miles nw Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

O'Briant, Ann — ividoio John — res with La- 
fayette Develin, Cambridge. 

O'Brien, Hugh grocer s s Cliff bet Pearl 
and Washington res same, Richmond. 

O'Brien, John lab res s s Nat. road \ mile 
s w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

O'Brien, Miss Mary res with Lawrence 
Haley, New Garden tp. 

O'Brien, Michael brakesman res with Mar- 
tin Cain, Richmond. 

O'Brien, Richard cabinet maker painter 
with Scott, Egli & Co. bds at Sherman H'se, 
Richmond— Soldier. 

O'Brien, Thomas far Center tp 5 miles n 
w Richmond. 

O'Connel, James lab res s e cor Chestnut 
and Basin, Cambridge. 



O'Connell, Joanna —ividoio Timothy—res 
with Robert Stack, Wayne tp. 

O'Connel, Pat stone mason res West Rich- 
mond. 

O' Conner, Wm. H. far e s Liberty pike 1§ 
s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Odormel, John far e s Connersville and 
Milton pike 3 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 

Ogborn, Allen W. shoemaker res w s Davis 
n Cumberland, Dublin. 

Ogborn, Miss Barbara res with Wm. Og- 
born, Richmond. 

OGBORN, EDWIN F. blacksmith res 2 J 
miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 

Ogborn, Miss Eliza J. res with J. Ogborn. 

Ogborn, Miss Elizabeth res with Wm. Og- 
born, Richmond. 

OGBORN, HARRISON patent right deal- 
er n s Main bet Washington and Green, Rich- 
mond. 

OGBORN, ISAAC F. carp res w s Eighth 



154 



WATN E COUNTY 



bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond — Sol- 

OGBORN, JOSEPH shoemaker, res Wash- 
ington. 

Ogborn, Joseph P. res with Geo. W. Ar- 
ment, Wayne tp; aged 80 years; has lived 
in Wayne Co. 45 years. 

Ogborn, Miss Julia A. res with Edwin Og- 
born, Claytp. 

Ogborn, Msss Mary res with Edwin Og- 
born, Clay tp. 

Ogborn, Miss Melissa res with Wm. Og- 
born, Richmond. 

Ogborn, Miss Sarah J. bonnet maker and 
weaver, res with Wm. Ogborn, Richmond. 

OGBORN, WILLIAM grocer, e s Boston 
tpke, near fair grounds, res same, Richmond. 

O'Hara & Hogan— Thos. OH. $ Thos. H. 
— confectioners, e s Marion bet Main and 
Spring, Richmond. 

O'Hara, John mach res n e cor Main and 
Green, Richmond. 

O'Hara, Margaret — widow Daniel — res n e 
cor Main and Green, Richmond. 

O'Hara, Thomas- O'Hara $ Hogan — bds 
with Mrs. Margaret Hogan, Richmond. 

Ohr, William C. silversmith, s s Main bet 
Perry and Plum, res with T. J. Buchanan, 
Hagerstown. 

O'Laughlin, Thomas lab res Clifton, near 
Richmond. 

Oldaker, William far res with Wm. Van- 
busker, Washington tp. 

Oler, Adam far 2\ miles s Economy, Perry 
(p. 

Oler, Henry far res e s Economy & Wash- 
ington pike, ih miles s e Economy, Perry tp. 

Oler, John far s s Economy road, 2\ miles 
n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Oler, Martin L. far s s Williamsburg & 
New Castle road, 4 miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Oler, Miss Melissa A. res with Henry Oler. 
Perry tp. 

Oler, Miss Phebe res with Adam Oler, 
Perry tp. 

Oler, Miss Sarah res with Thomas Judd, 
Williamsburg. 

Oler, Miss Sarah A. res with Adam Oler, 
Perry tp. 

Oler, Thomas far Green tp, n s Williams- 
burg and Economy road, 2\ miles e Econ- 
omy. 

Oler, William far on farm owned by Bing- 
ham Lassell, s s Economy road, 3 miles n w 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Oliver, William foreman in Flax factory, 
res with M. J. Shinn, Wayne tp. 

O'NEAL, THOMAS J. at toll-gate, 1 mile 
n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

O'Niel, John lab n s Nat. road near Penn- 
ville, Jackson tp. 

O Neil, John lab res bet Railroad and Or- 
thodox Meeting House, Richmond. 



OREILY, JOSEPH minister s s South 
Second, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Osborn, Miss Abigail res with Emeline 
Osborn, Boston tp. 

Osborn, Allen W. carp res n s Main, Econ- 
omy. 

OSBORN, ALEXANDER far f mile w 
Liberty pike, 7 miles s Richmond, Abing- 
ton tp. 

Osborn, Alonzofarbet Boston and Straight- 
line pikes, 4 miles s Richmond, Boston tp. 

OSBORN & BEARD— Elim 0. $ Henry 
B. — undertakers, carps, & pump-makers, 
Economy. 

OSBORN, CHATFIELD railroad wood- 
sawyer res e s Eighth, bet Main and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

OSBORN, CYRUS, far £ mile s w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Osborn, Edith — widow Eli — res Newport. 

Osburn, Elisha D. far 1£ miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Osborn, Miss Emeline e s Liberty pike, 
Boston tp, 6£ miles s Richmond. 

Osborn, H. express messenger res with El- 
bert Crocker, Richmond. 

Osborn, John meteorologist res w s South 
Poplar, Economy. 

Osborn, Miss Laurinda cl'k in store res 
with J. C. Harrimer, Newport. 

Osborn, Linden — Huff § Osborn — res with 
Edith Osborn, Newport. 

Osborn, Samuel far n s West road, 3 J miles 
w Boston, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Osborn, William teamster res with Chat- 
field Osborn, Richmond — Soldier. 

Osborn, William far res with Samuel Os- 
born, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Osborn, Zachariah far s s West road, 2\ 
miles w Boston, Boston tp. 

O'Shields, Mary res with Ephraim Over- 
man, Wayne tp. 

Ossenbick, John mach res w Richmond. 

Osthimer, Charles far res e s Connersville 
and Milton pike, 4 miles s Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Otte, Francis H. tailor res w s Green, bet 
Walnut and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Otte, William tailor with J. H. Schepman, 
bds with William Duger, Richmond. 

Oustill, Miss Amelia res with Chloe Oustill, 
Cambridge. 

Oustill, Chloe — widow John — res s s Main, 
w Walnut, Cambridge City. 

Outland, Benjamin far res with Jonathan 
Morris, Harrison tp. 

OUTLAND, BRYANT— cold— far res 
with Phillis Curry, Newport. 

Outland, Calvin — col'd — barber s s Main, 
bet Franklin and Marion, res e s Fifth, bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Outland, Miss Nancy — col'd — res with Cal- 
vin Outland, Richmond. 

Outlan, Jesse far res adjoining north toll- 



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155 



J. T. €^ Jl. IS 



NOTARY PUBLIC, 

PENSION AND CLAIM AGENT, 

Office, N. W. Cor. Main and Marion Sts., 



gate, on Chester and Arba pike, Franklin 
tp. 

Overberg, Bernhardt lab res with Mrs. 
Anna M. Linnemon, Richmond. 

OVERMAN, EPHRAIM far and dairy- 
man w s Richmond and Lick Creek pike, £ 
mile s w Richmond, "Wayne tp. 

Overman, Dicey — cold — widow John — res 
at Stratton's boarding-house. 

Overman, Isaac sawj'er on Greensfork, 4J 
miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Overman, Jesse far s s Richmond & Wash- 
ington road, 4£ miles n w Richmond, Center 
tp. 

OVERMAN, JOSEPH far s s Richmond 
& Washington road, bk miles n w Richmond 
Center tp ; has been a citizen of Wayne Co. 
over 50 years, having settled on the present 
site of Richmond in the year 1808. 

Overman, Miss Lydia A. res with Ephraim 
Overman, Wayne tp. 

Overman, Nathan far res 3 miles w Bethel 
near line dividing New Garden and Franklin 
tps, Franklin tp. 

Overman, William — coVd — whitewashes 
res w s South High, Richmond — Soldier. 

Oversmith, John inmate Wayne Co. Asy 
lum. 

Owen, Bridget serv res Earlham. 

Owens, Miss Elizabeth res with Mrs. Lucy 
Owens, Milton. 

Owen, Miss Jennie res with John H. Hut 
ton, Richmond. 



Owen, Joseph butcher, w s Pearl bet Main 
and Spring, res e s Franklin bet Mulberry 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Owen, John S. cooper, bds with John Ber- 
ry, Jacksonburg. 

Owens, Lucy — widow William — res s s 
Main bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

Owen, Miss Sarah res with Wm. Owen, 
Richmond. 

Owen, Miss Susan P. teacher, res with 
Wm. Owen, Richmond. 

Owen, Thaddeus atty office and res n w cor 
Perry and South Market, Hagerstown. 

Owen, Thomas M. plasterer, res with Wm. 
Owen, Richmond. 

Owen, William B. blacksmith at Robin- 
son machine shop, res 18 South Front, 
Richmond. 

Owen, William res w s Front bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond. 

Owens, William H. far res with Mrs. Lucy 
Owens, Milton. 

Oxley, George knife maker, res w s Hills- 
boro pike, H miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Oxley, George blacksmith, res 2 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Oxley, William M. far n s city road, 2 J 
miles w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Ozbun, Jonathan far w s Centerville & 
Newport road, If miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp; also of firm of Pearson & Oz- 
bun. 



Paddock, Henry far \ mile n w Abington 
on Centerville pike, Abington tp. 

Padick, Harmon lab res with Henry Pa- 
dick, Richmond. 

Padick, Henry lab res e s Boston tpke near 
the fair ground, Richmond. 

Page, Elias H. plasterer res n w cor Wal- 
nut and Pearl, Richmond. 



Page, George plasterer res with Mrs. Sarah 
Paige, Ricbmond. 

PAGE, WM. H. sutler 57 Ind reg family 
res with E. Vickers 48 South Franklin, Rich- 
mond. 

Page, Nathaniel far 2 miles n w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Page, Sarah — widow John — res w s Front 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 



156 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Paige, Mary E. — widow Edmond 0. — res n 
e cor Main and Ninth, Richmond. 

Paige, Ralph A. dry goods s w cor Main 
and Marion res w s Eighth het Mulberry and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

Painter, Miss Josephine vest maker res 
■with Sam'l Merritt, Richmond. 

Painter, Miss Matilda res with Dr. W. P. 
Waring, Richmond. 

Palm, Charles painter res at Meredith H'se, 
Richmond. 

PALMER, DANIEL far 3 miles s e Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

PALMER, EDWIN D. engine dispatcher 
C. & G. E. R. R. res n w cor Main and 
Green, Richmond. 

Palmer, Mrs. N. A. res with Edwin D. 
Palmer, Richmond. 

Palmer, Joseph retired res s e cor Marion 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

PALMER, REBECCA wife of Joseph 
and mother of Thomas P. Moselj—Soldier— 
res s e cor Marion and Walnut, Richmond. 

Parcell, Dan'l engineer res with John 
Cooper, Richmond. 

Pardick, Herman chair maker res 64 South 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Paris, Peter, Government employee Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., family res ^ mile n w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Parish, Washington far res with G. Hittle. 

Park, E. C. plow-stocker s w cor Ft. 
Wayne and Washington Avs, res same, Rich- 
mond. 

Park, Miss Mary res with Anna C. Ashley, 
Richmond. 

Park, Robert for 1 mile w Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Parks, Curtis far 1J miles e Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

PARKS, JOHN F. far res with Curtis 
Parks, Boston tp — Soldier. 

PARKS, LEVI D. far res with Curtis 
Parks, Boston tp. 

Parker, Elisha far e s Winchester pike, 3 
miles s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Parker, Elizabeth — ividow Samuel — res e s 
Seventh, bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Parker, George H. tanner (Union refugee) 
res with J. Beard, Richmond. 

Parker, Isaac inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Parker, Jesse shoe & boot maker res and 
shop Main St., Bethel. 

Parker, J. H. far w s R. & N. pike, 1£ 
miles s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Parker, Joel postmaster, res Newport. 

Parker, John S. carp with Ezra Smith & 
Co., res 69 South Seventh, Richmond. 

Parker, Miss Mattie res with Elizabeth 
Parker, Richmond. 

Parker, Miss Milley, res with Elisha Par- 
ker. 

Parker, Patrick blacksmith res Clifton. 

Parker, Samuel sawyer res J mile n w 
Richmond. 



Parker Susan inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Parker, William harness-maker shop and 
res Fairfax. 

Parker, William M. machine carp, res s e 
cor Ninth and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Parker, William S. teamster res Newport. 

Parker, Willis harness maker res w s Green, 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Parkins, Jonathan B. grocer res Jackson- 
burg. 

Parrish, Mary J. — widow William — res n s 
College, bet Plum and Perry, Hagerstown. 

Parry, Isaac plasterer res with • Robert 
Parry, Richmond. 

Parry, Joseph retired res e s Seventh, bet 
Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

PARRY, JOSEPH W. far res at toll-gate, 
on Williamsburg pike, \\ miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Parry, Joseph rail-road hand res with 
Warren Farris, Richmond. 

Parry. Miss Martha res with Mordecai 
Parrv. Richmond. 

PARRY, MORDECAI lumber dealer and 
carriage manuf s e cor Main and Seventh, 
res Linden Hill, \ mile e Richmond. 

Parry, Robert plasterer res s w cor Sixth 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

P;irry, MissSallie res with William Parry, 
Wayne tp. 

PARRY, WILLIAM far and township 
trustee res e s Union pike, 1 \ miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Parsons, Amos far s s Hagerstown & Wash- 
ington pike, 2 miles e Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Parsons, Jehu M. blacksmith res 2 miles 
s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Parsons, Nancy — widow William — res 24 
South Seventh, Richmond. 

Parsons, William lab res with James D. 
Crowe, Abington tp. 

Parshall, Benonah far e s Liberty pike, 
Boston tp, 3^ miles s Richmond. 

Parshall, Henry far 2 miles w Boston, Bos- 
ton tp — Soldier. 

Parshall, Henry lab on farm owned by 
Peter Shindler e s Richmond and Straight- 
line pike, 2 miles s Boston, Boston tp — Sol- 
dier. 

Parshall, John, sen.; was born in New Jer- 
sey in 1779 ; served 6 months in the war of 
1812; removed to Indiana in 1813, where^he 
raised a large family. Seven of his sons en- 
listed in the service of their country at the 
breaking out of the rebellion, and performed 
their duty ivell until its close. Mr. Parshall 
res 2 miles s w Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

PARSHALL, NATHANIEL far res with 
Joel Charles, New Garden tp— Soldier. 

PARSHALL, SAB.AH— wife of Daniel, 
soldier — res Hillsboro. 

Pasters, Christian res Washington. Mr. 
Pasters is one of the survivors of the war of 
1812 ; was in the battle of the Thames, and 



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No. 60, - - Main Street, 



many others; is now almost 90 years of age. 

PASTERS, Miss ELIZA res with Chris- 
tian Pasters, Washington. 

Pasters, John A. cooper, res with Chris- 
tian Pasters, Washington. 

PATCH, WILLIAM B. manager Inter- 
national Ins. Co. for Ind. and Ohio, office n 
w cor Main and Marion, res e s Seventh bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Paton, Benjamin lab res on Cambridge & 
Simons Creek pike, 2\ miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Patriage, Daniel tailor, res Jacksonburg. 

Patrick, Fred, lab res w s Seventh s Main, 
Richmond. 

Patterson, Miss Electa res with Elim Os- 
born. Economy. 

Patterson, Elwood — S. Homey Sc Co. — res 
w s Franklin bet Sassafras and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

Patterson, Miss Jane res with Bezaleel 
Beeson. 

Patterson, Jane res with John P. Smith, 
Wayne tp. 

Patterson, Joseph dairyman, res s s South 
Third bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Patterson, Julia res with B. F. Beeson, 
Washington tp. 

Patterson, Miss Kate S. teacher, res with 
Joshua Eliason, Center tp. 

Patterson, R. A. telegraph operator, res 
with James McCaffrey, Cambridge. 

Patterson, William stone cutter, res Mid- 
dleboro. 

Patterson, William engineer res e s Pearl, 
bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

PATTERSON", WILLIAM H. yard-mas- 
ter D. & W. R. W. res e s Sixth, bet Main 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Pattinger, James — J. Sf J. Pattinger — es 
Boston pike, h mile n Boston, Boston tp. 

Patton, James res n e cor Main and Lud 
low, East Cambridge. 

Patton, Mary M. — widow George — res s s 
Front, bet Chestnut and Center, Cambridge 



Patty, Clarkson res with Henry Hollings- 
worth, Perry tp. 

Paul, George— J. Peters $■ Co.-- •res n s North 
Front, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Paulson, Ann Eliza res with Richard A. 
Paulson, Wayne tp. 

Paulson, George F. res with Richard A. 
Paulson, Wayne tp. 

PAULSON, RICHARD A. far e s Lib- 
erty pike, 2 J miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

PAULUS, ERNST saloon No. 5 Main, 
bds with B. Bescher, Richmond. 

PAULUS, FREDERICK, saloon w s Ft. 
Wayne Av, at railroad crossing, res n s Wash- 
ington Av, bet Ft. Wayne Av and Spring 
Foundry, Richmond. 

Paxson, I. E. boot and shoe dealer 78 Main, 
res w s Eighth, bet Main and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

PAXSON, JOHN M. sheriff Wayne Co., 
res e s Main Cross, n Main, Centerville. 

Paxon, Miss Marian elk at Cincinnati store, 
res with Chas. C. Polley, Richmond. 

Paxton, James, far on Jackson King's 
farm, Center tp. 

PAXTON, WILLIAM far res w s Mil- 
ton St., n end, Dublin. 

PAYNE, HERMAN B. atty, notary pub- 
lic & claim agt, n e cor Main and Walnut, 
2d story, res n side Main, bet Eighth and 
Ninth, Richmond. 

Payne, Miss Mary res with H. B. Payne, 
Richmond. 

Peacock, David, jr., far 1 h miles s w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Peacock, David, sr., (insane) res with Da- 
vid Peacock, jr. 

PEACOCK, LEVI far on Centerville & 
Newport road, 2.V miles s Newport. 

PEAK, SUSANNAH— widow Graniel— 
res n s Main e Fourth, Centerville. 

Pearce, H. C. — Pearce $ Son — res es Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Pearce, James L. — Pearce [<$f Son — res e s 
Main, Williamsburg. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Pearce & Son— iT". 0. P. $ J. L. P.— mer- 
chants, e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Pearce, Miss Jane — col'd—res with Joseph 
Cox, Jackson tp. 

PEARSON, 'ISAAC shingle manuf res e s 
Franklin s Cumberland, Dublin— Soldier. 

Pearson, Joseph blacksmith, res w s Front 
bet Main and Spring, Kicbmond. 

Pearson, Mary B. — widow Henry — seam- 
stress, res s s Nat. road, "West Dublin. 

Pearson & Ogborn — Thos. P. $ Jonathan 

O. saw mill and sorghum mill manuf, 

miles s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Pearson, Sarah — widow Joseph — res with 
Warren Davenport, Wayne tp. 

Pearson, Miss Sophia res with Isaac Pear- 
son, Dublin. 

Pearson, Thomas far and sawyer (of firm 
of Pearson & Ozbun), res 2 \ miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Peckinpaugh, W. F. printer, res at Bur- 
gess boarding hse, Richmond. 

PEDEICK, RICHARD far bee I. & C. 
Central, and C. & G. E. R. R., J mile w 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

PEEL, GEORGE W. dyer (Cin. Dye 
Works), s s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, res 
same, Richmond. 

Peele, David carp res with Christopher 
Schover, Richmond. 

Peele, Jesse lab res with Timothy Wilson, 
Jackson tp. 

Peelle, Caleb M. res with Henry Peelle, 
Jackson tp. 

Peelle, Miss Elizabeth res with Henry 
Peelle, Jackson tp. 

Peelle, Henry E. far 2 \ miles n e Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Peelle, John far w s Williamsburg pike, 
2f miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Peelle, John res s e cor Spice and Spruce, 
Centerville.. Mr. Peelle came to this county 
in the Spring of 1815, and settled north of 
Richmond; has lived in Wayne Co. fifty 
years. 

Peelle, Mary— widow— res with John Peelle, 
Wayne tp. 

Peelle, William far w s Walnut bet Second 
and Third, Centerville. 

PEELLE, WILLIAM A. atty office in 
First National Bank building, res s s Nat. 
road, adjoining Centerville on the west. Mr. 
Peelle is an old practitioner at law and has 
been called upon to fill many important of- 
fices, among which may be mentioned that of 
Secretary of State to which he was elected in 
1860. He is now President of the Equitable 
Fire Ins. Co. of Indianapolis. 

Pegg, Davis far e s Centerville and New- 
port road 1^ miles s Newport, New Garden 
tp. 

Pegg, Eli res with Volentine Pegg, Green 
tp. 

Pegg, John far 4 miles n e Williamsburg 
Green tp. 



Pegg, Miss Martha res with John Pegg, 
Green tp. 

Pegg, Rufus H. far res with Davis Pegg, 
New Garden tp. 

Pegg, Volentine far 3J miles n Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

PIERCE, BENJAMIN fare s Centerville 
and Connersville road 7 miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Peirce, Kersey res with Sam'l Peirce, 
Wayne tp. 

Peirce, Samuel horticulturist, res bet Rail- 
roads w Richmond. 

Pence, George cooper res with Jacob Hous- 
er, Hagerstown. 

Pendergrass, John lab res Sevastopol. 

Penney, Isaac shoemaker res s s Main bet 
Front and Pearl, Richmond. 

PENNY, ROBERT L. brickmaker res e 
s Pearl bet Main and Walnut, Richmond — 
Soldier. 

PENNINGTON & BRADBURY— Joel 
P. $ A. B. B. — physicians e s Main Cross bet 
Main and Walnut, Milton. 

PENNINGTON, JOEL— Pennington $ 
Bradbury — res n e cor West River and Semi- 
nary, Milton. 

Perham, Harrison carp res Sherman H'se, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Perkins, Calvin painter res n s Cumber- 
land bet Foundry and Milton sts, Dublin. 

Perkins, Calvin G. painter resn s Cumber- 
lany bet Milton and Foundry, Dublin. 

Perkins, James M. foreman for Vanne- 
man, Reid & Co., cooper shop, res e s Ninth 
n R. R., Richmond. 

PERKINS, M. physician, s s Cumberland 
bet Johnson and Davis, res n s Cumberland 
bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

PERRINE, OLIVER— Burkam, Perrine 
$ Co. — Cambridge City, res Cincinnati. 

Perry, Benjamin P. — Perry <$• Jo/mson — res 
n s Main bet Eleventh and Twelfth, Rich- 
mond. 

Perry, James atty n s Main bet Pearl and 
Front, res n w cor Marion and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Perry & Johnson — Benj. P. P. § Benj. J. — 
saw mill and spoke and handle manuf w s 
Ninth bet Noble and R. R., Richmond. 

Perry, Miss Mary E. res with Dr. J. J. 
Perry, Richmond. 

Perry, Robert lab res Newport. 

Perry, Russell retired, res n s College bet 
Perry and Plum, Hagerstown. 

Perry, Tarleton shoemaker, res e s Pearl 
bet Mill and Sycamore, Richmond. 

PERSONETT, JOSEPH far e s Center- 
ville pike, 2 miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Personett, Lorenzo D. physician, Wash- 
ington. 

Petchell, James A. elk bds with Wm. Pet- 
chell, Richmond. 

petchell, William dry goods, 50 Mum, res 
18 South Franklin, Richmond. 



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Peters, James & Co.— J. Peters # George 
Paul— shoe shop, n s Main bet Toot and 
Green, Cambridge. 

Peters, Joseph— J. Peters $ Co.— res s s 
Main bet Foot and Center, Cambridge. 

Peterson, John stone cutter, res s w cor 
Front and Market, Richmond. 

Peterson, J. Victor stone cutter, s w cor 
Front and Walnut, Richmond 



Pickett, William H. carp res w s Newport 
pike, bet White Water and Richmond. 

Pier, Jacob carp res 61 South Sixth, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

PIERCE, ALFRED E. far 2\ miles n w 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

PIERCE, BENJAMIN C. far 2 miles n 
w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Pierce. George far res with John Raines; 



Petro Charles C. far w s State road, 2^ has resided in the county 45 years. 



miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp 

Petty, Daniel far s s C. & G. E. R. R., \ 
mile e Walnut-level station, Jefferson tp. 

Petty, David far w s Jacksonburg road, 2\ 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Petty, Edward C. tanner, res e s Front bet 
Mill and South, Richmond. 

Petty, Eli far w s State road, 2\ miles n e 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Petty, Elias — refugee — far Walnut Level 
station, Jefferson tp. 

Petty, Miss Emily res with Horton Fergu- 
son, Washington tp. 

Petty, John far s s Hagerstown and Wash- 
ington 'pike, 3£ miles e Hagerstown, Jefferson 

tp. 

PETTY, J. J. cashier Citizens' Bank res 
with William H. Moore, Milton. 

Petty, Miss Nancy res with Daniel Petty, 
Jefferson tp. 

Petty, Samuel carp res 3 miles n e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

PHILLIPS, ABRAHAM proprietor Starr 
Hall undertaker 59 Main st., bds with James 
Hutchins, Richmond. 

Philips, Lewis teacher in Commercial Col- 
lege res with Milton Hollingsworth, Rich- 
mond. 

PHILIPS, Rev. N. H. pastor Pearl Street 
M. E. Church res at parsonage, n s Pearl, bet 
Spring and Cliff, Richmond. 

Philips, P. P. cooper res n s Rail-road st, 
bet Walnut and Jones, Cambridge. 

Phillips, William far on farm owned by 
Samuel Beeson, \\ miles n e Dalton, Dalton 
tp. 

Pickens, Robert teamster res with Arnold 
Pilkington, Richmond. 

Pickett, Benjamin far e s Union pike, 3 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. Is a native 
of North Carolina ; has resided near Rich 
mond 57 years; is now in his 68th year. 

Pickett, B. N. blacksmith s s Main, bet 
Seventh and Eighth, res e s tpke, n depot, 
Richmond. 

Pickett, Eber far w s Union pike, 2| miles 
n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

PICKETT, ELI carp res w s Newport 
pike, near Chester, Wayne tp. 

Pickett, John T. elk res e s Franklin, bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond — Soldier. 

Pickett, Miss Mary res with Benjamin 
Pickett, Wayne tp. 

Pickett, Milton locksmith 5 miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 



PIERCE, ISAAC A. far s s Hagerstown 
and Economy road, 1 mile n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Pierce, Luzena— widow Azro— res with Isaac 
Roman, Milton. 

Pierce, John res with John Weyl. Mr. 
Pierce has resided in Perry tp 52 years. 

Pierce, Lewis, far res f mile w Economy, 
Perry tp. 

PIERCE, SAMUEL far & carp e s New- 
port and Centerville road 1£ miles n e Fairfax, 
New Garden tp. 

PIERCE, STEPHEN far res £ mile w 
Economy, Perry tp. 

Pierce, Wilson far res e s Jacksonburg 
road, l£ miles w Economy Perry tp. 

Pierce —widow Ezra— res with Isaac 

Homan, Milton. 

Pierson, Maria — widow Thomas- res n s 
Railroad, w Walnut, Cambridge. 

Pierson, Robert far res 1 mile w Hillsboro, 
s s road . 

Pierson, Samuel res Hillsboro. 

Pigg, Miss Emma res with Lewis Pigg, 
Boston. 

Pigg, Lewis carp, Boston — Soldier. 

Pike, Charles— Pi he cj - Haberkern—hds with 
Hercules Crocker, Richmond. 

Pike & Haherkem- Charles P. $ Charles H. 
—marble cutters s w cor -Spring and Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

Pike, Elam far \\ miles s w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Pike, Himelius far 1£ miles w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Pike, Jacob blacksmith s w cor Main and 
Washington res e s Washington bet Spring 
and Main, Richmond. 

Pike, James far w R & N pike f mile s w 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Pike, Jesse undertaker res n s Cumberland 
bet Davis and Johnson, Dublin — Soldier. 

Pike, Moses millright res with Samuel 
Boyd, Jefferson tp. 

Pike Nathan aged 78 father of and res 
with Elam Pike. 

PIKE, WM. J. son of and res with James 
Pike, New Garden tp. 

Pilkington, Arnold teamster and thresher, 
res n e cor Pear and Market, Richmond. 

Piper, John carp res No, 5 Main 3d story, 
Richmond. 

Pipher, Peter far 2\ miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 



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PROPRIETOR 

1ST. "W". Cor. jVtain and Jones Sts., 



One Square North of Union Depot, 



CAMBRIDGE CITY, INDIANA, 



Pipher, Philip sr. far res 2 J miles n e Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Pipher, Philip jr. far res 2£ miles s e Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Pitman, Aaron stock trader res w s Wil- 
liamsburg pike £ mile n w Richmond. 

Pitman Hannah — widow Eli — res n s Main 
bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Pitman, Leander Government employee 
at Nashville, family res s s Front bet Green 
and Jones, Cambridge. 

PITTMAN, MISS MOLLIE res with 
Mrs. Hannah Pitman, Cambridge. 

Pittman, Anthony boarding h'se 43 North 
Franklin, Richmond. 

Pittman, Elias H. — Chandler Jf Oo. — res n 
w cor Main and Eighth, Richmond. 

Pittman, Miss Mary A. res with Robert 
Pittman, Washington tp. 

Pittman, Milton far res with Robert Pitt- 
man, Washington tp. 

Pittman, Robert far $ mile b w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Pitts, Miss Anna J. res with Samuel Pitts, 
Green tp. 

PITTS, BENJAMIN, sawyer J mile n e 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Pitts, B. F. mach res e s Front, bet Wal- 
nut and Market, Richmond. 

Pitts, Caldwaller far 3 J miles n w Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Pitts, Calvin lab res with Thomas Teagle, 
Green tp. 

Pitts, Calvin W. labjres with John Love, 
Williamsburg. 

Pitts, Elizabeth seamstress Franklin. 

Pitts, Franklin £ mile w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Pitts, Harmon far 2. miles e,William.sburg, 
Green tp. 

Pitts, Miss Harriett Ellen res with Samuel 
Pitts, sen., New Garden tp. 

Pitts, John far tm with Samuel Pitts, sen., 
New Garden tp. 
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Pitts, Miss Lucina Amanda seamstress res 
with Benjamin Pitts, New Garden tp. 

Pitts, Miss Martha Ann res with Samuel 
Pitts, sen., New Garden tp. 

Pitts, Miss R. W. res with John Love, 
Williamsburg. 

Pitts, Samuel far e s Jacksonburg and. Ft. 
Wayne road, 4 miles n e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Pitts, Samuel, sen. far 2 miles w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Pitts, Samuel far 2 miles s e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Pitts, S. J. far e s Jacksonburg and Fort 
Wayne road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp. 

Placke, Harmon mach w s Franklin, s 
Main, Richmond. 

Plankenhorn, Barbara — widow — 1 \ miles w 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Plankenhorn, John far 2 miles w Abington,. 
Abington tp. 

Piatt, Miss Maria E. res n s Nat. road, 
Pennville, Jackson tp. 

PLEASANTS, JOHN physician and far 
on Paris road, \ mile e Chester, Wayne tp. 

Please, James shoemaker res w s Fifth, bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Plowman, Amos far res 2 miles n e Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Plummer & Griffith.— Zimri B. P. £ R. A 

G. — blacksmiths n s Main Cross, bet Conners- 
ville and Seminary, Milton. 

PLUMMER, JAMES carp n e cor Gaar 
and Cliff, res with Mrs. Sarah Plummer, 
Richmond. 

PLUMMER, JONATHAN W.— Plum- 
mer $ Kelly — res s w cor Sassafras and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

Plummer, Joseph retired w s Ft. Wayne 
Av, bet Sassafras and Cliff, Richmond. 
Friend Plummer is one of the first settlers in 
Wayne County. 

PLUMMER & KELLY- Jonathan W. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Plummer £ E. 0. A'e%--druggists s w cor 
Main and Pearl, Richmond. 

PLUMMER, OLIVER S., blacksmith s s 
Walnut, e Perry, res with A. F. Bell, Hagers- 
town. 

Plummer, Sarah O.-widow Dr. John T.~ 
res w s Ft. Wayne Av, bet Sassafras and 
Cliff, Richmond. 

PLUMMER, Wm. J.—Dolley $ Plummer 
—res with A. F. Bell, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Plummer, Zimri— Plummer § Griffith-res 
with James Calloway, Milton. 

Plunket, Peter res Sevastopol— Soldier. 
POE, JAMES M. atty, justice of the 
peace & real estate agt, office s s Main, bet 
Front and Pearl, res w s Front, bet Market 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Poe, Miss Jennie res with James M. Poe, 
Richmond. 

Pogue, Joseph— A. Johnson <J- Co.— bds at 
Huntington Hse, Richmond. 

Pdhlmeyer, Herman H. gardener res w s 
South High, Richmond. 

POINDEXTER, ALFRED C. cabinet 
maker, res e s Front, bet Main and Pearl, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Poindexter, Charles mill-wright, res e t 
Front, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Pollard, Benjamin S. far & stock-dealer 
Dalton tp, 3?, miles n w Economy. 

Pollard, Miss Ruth res e s Perry, bet Col- 
lege and North Market, Hagerstown. 

"Policy, Charles C. cattle-broker res 144 
Main, Richmond. 

Pollock, Miss Lizzie res with Martha Pol 
lock, Richmond. 

Pollock, Martha — widow Joseph — res 45 
South Sixth, Richmond. 

POOL, CHARLES agt agricultural im- 
plements at Chattanooga, Term., res 13 North 
Seventh, Richmond — Soldier. 

Pool, Malinda res with Hannah Hogston, 
Perry tp. 

Poole, Forest c'lk at Cincinnati store bds 
at Meredith H'se, Richmond — Soldier. 

POPP, JOHN H. atty, 33 Main (second 
story), res w s Marion, bet Main and Spring. 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Porter, Catharine — widow William S — res 
g e cor Market and Pearl, Hagerstown. 

Porter, Charlotte- col'd, widow— res w s 
Front, s end, Richmond. 

Porter, James mach res with Mrs. Reese, 
Richmond Soldier. 

Porter, John molder res with Chatfield 
Osborn. Richmond. 

Porter, Robert mach res w s Eleventh, 
third house n rail-road, Richmond. 

Porter, Scott cooper res f mile n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

PORTER SAMUEL— E. Akin <$• Go.- 
res on e branch White Water River, 1 mile 
n e Richmond. 

Posey, Miss Dulcina teacher res with- John 
B. Posey, Richmond. 



Posey, Miss Eugenia teacher res with John 
B. Posey, Richmond. 

POSEY, JOHN B. carp res s e cor Mar- 
ket and Pearl, Richmond — Soldier. 

Posey, Miss Mary teacher res with John 
B. Posey, Richmond. 

Postier, Henry lab res e s Seventh, bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Poston, Archibald far and surveyor, \ mile 
n e Centerville, Center tp. 

POTTER, JOHN C. far ws Greensfork 
pike, 1^ miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Potter, Susannah — widow Abraham — res 2 J 
miles n w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Pottinger, Miss Annie res with J. Pot- 
tinger. 

Pottinger, James — J. § J. Pottinger — res 
Boston. 

Pottinger, John — J. § J. Pottinger — res 
Boston. 

Pottinger, John gate keeper on Boston 
pike, Boston. 

Pottinger, J. & J. — John $ James — steam 
saw mill, Boston. 

POTTS, CHARLES E. druggist 80 Main 
bds with 0. G. Potts, Richmond. 

Potts, E. G. retired bds with Noble New- 
port, Richmond. 

Potts, O. G. physician 80 Main res w s 
Sixth bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Potts, Miles sawyer for J. & J. Pottinger ^ 
mile n Boston, Boston tp. 

Powell, Albert E. brickmason res 92 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Powell, B. A. — cord — lab res with Crate 
Williams, Wayne tp. 

POWEL, DAVID D. lab res with Dr. 
Williams, Franklin tp. — Soldier. 

Powell, Elizabeth — widoiv Zenas — res s s 
Walnut bet Main Cross and West River sts, 
Milton. 

Powell, Esther A. milliner res with Stephen 
Powell. 

Powel, John far res 1 mile n Hillsboro e s 
road, Franklin tp. 

Powell, Miss Maria res with Ithamer S. 
Drake, Richmond. 

POWELL, STEPHEN far 6 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

POWER, J. C— Power, Zeller $ Co.— 
Richmond. 

POWER, ZELLER & CO.— J. 0. P., 
Joseph S. Z. §• W. H. Lanthurn § Go. — pro- 
prietors of the "Wayne Co. Directory and 
Soldiers' Register," office n s Main 2nd door 
w Marion, Richmond. 

Pratley, Thomas far w s Middle Fork 2 J 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

PRAY, ENOS minister Society of Friends 
orthodox and cancer doctor res s s Nat. road 
bet Cambridge and Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Pray, Miss Mattie res with Enos Pray, 
Jackson tp. 



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Pray, Miss Rachael res with Enos Pray 
Jackson tp. 

Pray, Stephen 83 years of age res with 
Amos Shinn, Richmond. 

Pray, Miss Sybil res with Enos Pray 
■Jackson tp. 

Presbaugh, Henry shoemaker with Wil- 
liams & Schibler, res s s "Walnut w end Wash- 
ington, Hagerstown. 

PRESCOTT, C. S. boarding hse keeper, 
(also of firm of Prescott & Morey), 63 Main. 
Richmond. 

PRESCOTT & MOREY— G. S. P. $ J. 
W. M. — confectioners, 63 Main, Richmond. 

Prescott, Miss Virginia res with C. S. 
Prescott, Richmond. 

PRESTON, J. R., State agt for Security 
Fire Ins. Co. ot X. Y., office s s Main bet 
Fifth and Sixth, Richmond ; res e s Newport 
pike, h mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Preston, Robert S. far res Newport. 

Prettvman, James weaver, res with A. 
Test, Wayne tp. 

Price, Charles T. grocer, n w cor Main and 
Ninth, res same. Richmond. 

PRICE, CHARLES T., Jr. confectioner, 
n s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, res same, Rich- 
mond. 

PRICE, EDWARD far on Thos. Price's 
land, 1 mile n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Price, Elizabeth J. res with Wm. Price, 
New Garden tp. 

Price, Ephraim lab on farm owned by Au- 
gustus Beeson, e s Liberty pike, Boston tp, 
4| miles s Richmond — Soldier. 

Price, George W. book agt res with Thos. 
Price, New Garden tp. 

Price, Jediah hotel keeper, Newport. 

Price, Miss Jennie res with Chas. T. Price, 
Richmond. 

Price, Joel lab res with Hannah Hogston, 
Perry tp. 

Price, John J. painter, res Boston. 

Price, John W. far on Wm. Price's land, 
.New Garden tp. 



Price, Joseph book-keeper, res e s Pearl 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Price, Joseph far w s Centerville pike, 2 
miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Price, Joshua far on land of Wm. Ruther- 
man e s section road, 3 miles n Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Price, -Lindsey far res with Thomas Price, 
New Garden tp. 

Price, Louisa M. res with Wm. Price, New 
Garden tp. 

Price, Lucy A. res with Jediah Price, New- 
port. 

Price, Miss Mary Ann res with Thomas 
Price, New Garden tp. 

Price, Miss Mary M. res with Thomas 
Price, Abington. 

Price, Rosanna — widow — Boston. 

Price, Miss Sarah res with Dennis Gil- 
jam. 

Price, Thomas far res Abington. 

Price, Thomas far on Lynnville pike 2 
miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Price, William cooper, Newport. 

Price, Wm. far 3 miles n w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

PRICHET & DICKEY— John P. $ Wm. 
D. — druggists and physicians s w cor Main 
and Main Cross, Centerville. 

PRICHET, JOHN— Pricket # Dickey— 
res w s xYiain Cross s Plum, Centreville. 

Prichet, Miss Mary res with Dr. John 
Prichet, Centerville. 

Priegnit, Fred, lab res 98 South Fifth, 
Richmond. 

Primrose, John cabinet maker with Scott 
& Egli res with James Brown, Richmond. 

Pritchard, Ira saloon es Foote bet Railroad 
and Main res s s Front bet Chestnut and 
Center, Cambridge. 

Pritchard, Isaac carp res n e cor Gay & 
Main, East Cambridge. 

Pritchard, Martin carp res.w s North Gay 
East Cambridge. 



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Pritchard, William butcher res e s North 
Gray, East Cambridge. 

Pritchard, William C. butcher s s Main bet 
Foote and Green, res n s Nat. road, East Cam- 
bridge. 

Proudfoot, Miss Katie res with Henry 
Long, Germantown. 

PRIIYN, FRANCIS atty at law, res n e 
cor Walnut and Franklin, Richmond. 

Pryor, Isaac teamster, res s s Spring bet 
Front and Washington, Eichmond. 

Puckett, Joel far on Nathan Puckett's 
farm. 

Puckett, Miss Lucinda teacher, res with 
Nathan Puckett. 

Puckett, Nathan far w s Centerville & 
Newport pike, J mile n Fairfax, New Gar- 
den tp. 

PUCKETT, Miss RACHEL teacher, res 
with Nathan Puckett. 

Puckett, Miss Rhoda Jane res with Nathan 
Puckett. 

Pugh, John far res with Mrs. Nancy Pugh, 
Perry tp. 

Pugh, John E. bds at American Hse, Cen- 
terville.J 

Pugh, Nancy — widow Richard — res n s 
Dalton road, 1 mile w Eeoaomy, Perry tp. 

Pugh, Rachel res with Mrs. Nancy Pugh, 
Perry tp. 

Pugh, Thomas far res s s Economy & Ha- 
gerstown road, 1 mile s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Pullen, Miss Sarah E. res with Bartley E. 
Miller, Wayne tp. 



Pumphry, Nancy — widow Silas — res Ger- 
mantown. 

Pumphrey, Oliver H. pattern maker at 
Quaker City Works, res w s Sixth bet Main 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

PURCELL, JOHN carp res s s Main bet 
Third and Fourth, Centerville — Soldier. 

Purviance & Harris — Sam' I W. § Jno, S. H. 

physicians, Newport. 

Purviance, Samuel W. — Purviance § Harris 

res Newport. 

PURVIS, MARTHA— widow Levi, soldier 
— res Washington. 

Puthoff, Hanry paper maker, res w s South 
High, Richmond. 

Putnam, Aaron — Putnam $ McCoy — res J 
mile s Washington, Clay tp. 

Putnam & McCoy— A. P. $ E. M.— saw 
mill and woolen manuf, ^ mile s Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Putzell, Aaron tanner with Fred. Schibler, 
res w s Plum bet Walnut and South Market, 
Hagerstown. 

PYLE, ALBERT far res with Isaac Pyle, 
Franklin tp. 

Pyle, Ann — widow — res ^ mile w Hillsboro, 
on Newport road, Franklin tp. 

Pyle, Isaac far res l£ miles w Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Pyle, John M. far 1 mile e Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Pyle, Pensonfarres with Ann Pyle, Frank- 
lin tpu 



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Quarterman, Abram, sen. far res with 
Abram Quarterman, jun., Milton. 

Quarterman, Abram plasterer res e s 
Cherry, bet Main and Canal, Milton. 

Quatman, John H. tailor res e s Seventh, 
bet South Park and South, Richmond. 

Quick, Martha— widow (refugee)— res e s 
Union pike, 3J miles n w Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Quickal, Jacob far 3| miles n e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Quigg, Ira E. far on farm of Amiel Hunt, 
Center tp. 

QUIGG, JOSEPH H. far on farm of Wil- 
liam Brooks, 1 mile w Fairfax, Center tp. 

Quigg, Miss Sarah E. res with Joseph 
Quigg, Center tp. 

Quigley, Patrick lab res n s South Second, 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 

Quinn, Volentine W. cabinet maker, Frank- 
lin. 

B ; QUINN, Rev. WILLIAM PAUL bishop 
of the African M. E. Church in the United 
States of America res with Harrison Med- 
lind, Richmond. 

Mr. Quinn was born in Hindostan, January 1, 
1813. His father and an uncle were mahogany 



wealthy men in that country. The subject of 
this sketch says that from infancy the cruelties 
practiced by the Hindoos upon each other, both 
in peace and war, were peculiarly revolting to 
him. This repugnance was strengthened at 
about the age of seventeen years, by hearing the 
preaching of Elizabeth Walker, a celebrated 
Quakeress, who went from England on a mission 
to Hindostan. He does not profess to have been 
converted under her preaching, but was so thor- 
oughly convinced of the truth of her doctrines, 
especially with regard to wars, drunkenness, and 
the like, that he began not only to defend, but 
to advocate them among his acquaintances, which 
caused his father to disown and finally to banish 
him from the country, with the penalty of death, 
if he ever returned. He soon found friends 
among the sailors, and by that means obtained 
a passage to Gibraltar, and from there to Shef- 
field, England, where he came under the notice 
of Elias Hicks and his brother Samuel, by whom 
he was brought to the home of Elias, on Long 
Island, New York, about the year 1831 or '32. 
It was not long after this that he found his way 
into Maryland, where he was converted, and 
united with the Methodist Episcopal Church at 
New Hope, Cecil county. He was very soon li- 
censed to exhort, and not long after to preach. 
At the General Conference of the African M. E. 
Church which met in Philadelphia about tb.a 



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JAMES HEMINGTON, 




—AND DEALER IN— 

FRUITS, ETC., ETC. 
North Side Fifth Street, Adjoining Meredith House, 



BfoaHanm, 



year 1835, he was appointed as a missionary to 
the colored people in the Western States, partic- 
ularly in Ohio and Indiana. He organized the 
African M. E. Church on South Marion street, 
Richmond, September 23, 1836. In 184S, he or-j 
ganized a church in Dublin, and another in New- 
port, and still another at Cambridge City, in 
1864, all among the colored people. He has 
been a bishop eighteen years, and during that 
time has visited all of the nine annual confer- 
ences of his church alternately with bishops 
Payne, Campbell, and Wayman. It is impossi- 
ble to present even a glance at the manifold 
trials and triumphs of his life. He has been in 
all the perils enumerated by St. Paul, the inci- 
dents connected with some of which he can re- 



late in a style very amusing to his auditors. He 
has often been assaulted by ruffians, sometimes 
to gratify their prejudices against men of color, 
and at others because he had acquired an exten- 
sive reputation as a pugilist before his conver- 
sion. He has also been assaulted by robbers. 
In all of these encounters he has been able to 
satisfy his antagonists at a single trial. This is 
not surprising to those who have seen him. A 
more perfect specimen of manhood is seldom 
seen, being 6 feet 3 inches high, and, as he says, 
" weighs two hundred and fifty-six pounds be- 
fore dinner." He is but 52 years of age, and 
his eye has not become dim, nor his natural 
force abated. May he long live to be a blessing 
to his people and the world. 



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Rader, Adam far 1 mile s Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Radey, Tim railroader res s s Cliff, bet 
Washington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Raferty, Matthew lab res with James 
Staunton, Richmond. 

R<*ffe, Benjamin F. — Harter § Raffe — res 
w s New River, 1 mile n e Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Raffe, Edward far e s Hagerstown and 
Dalton pike, l\ miles n w Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp. 

Rafferty, John lab res w s Eleventh, n 
Railroad, Richmond. 

Ragan, Dennis railroader res Centerville. 

Rager, Geo. W. far in Dalton tp, 4£ miles 
n Hagerstown. He resided, at the breaking 
out of the war, in Virginia; was impressed in 
the First Virginia Rebel Infanty, and desert- 
ed at Antietam. 

Railly, James lab res n s Market, bet Ma- 
rion and Franklin, Richmond. 

RAILSBACK, DAVID nurseryman, Lin- 
den Hill, \ mile e Richmond, res same. 

Railsback, Enoch far s s Wayne Co. pike, 
2 miles w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

RAILSBACK, JEHIEL, atty & notary 



public s e cor Main and Pearl, up stairs, bds 
at Huntington Hse, Richmond 

Railsback, Joel far e 3 R. & N. pike, 2 miles 
n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Railsback, Miss Louisa res with David H. 
Railsback, Richmond. 

Railsback, Lusina— widoiv Nathan — 2\ miles 
n Abington, Abington tp. 

Railsback, Miss Nancy res with Joel Rails- 
back, Wayne tp. 

RAILSBACK, OSCAR M. nurseryman 
res s s Nat. road, ^ mile e Richmond. 

Railsback, Parmelia — widow John — 2 
miles n Abington, Abington tp. 

Railsback, Miss Parmelia res with Joel 
Railsback, Wayne tp. 

Railsback, Miss Sarah teacher bds with. 
Andrew Eliason, Harrison tp. 

Railsback, Miss Sarah, res with Joel Raik- 
back, Wayne tp. 

Railsback, William, far e s R. & N. pike 2 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Railsback, William P. nurseryman, res 
with David Railsback, Richmond — Soldier. 

Raines, John far 3 miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 



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Raines, Milton — Copelain $ Raines — res w 
s Davis n Cumberland, Dublin. 

llalph, Richard shoemaker n e Cumberland 
and Dublin sts, res same, Dublin. 

Ralston, Wm. carp res w s Tenth n Rail- 
road, Richmond. 

Rambo, A. J. far w s R. & L. C. pike f 
mile s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Ranck, Benjamin far res with George 
Ranck, Abington tp. 

Ranck, Miss Elizabeth res with George 
Ranck, Abington tp. 

RANCK, GEORGE G. Justice of the 
Peace and far 4 miles s w Abington, Abing- 
ton tp. 

Ranck, Matthias far 3| miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Ranck, Washington res with George Ranck, 
Abington tp. 

Randall, John W. mach res s s Spring bet 
Front and Washington, Richmond. 

Randall, Julia Elma wife of Wm. (sup- 
posed to be in the army) daughter of and res 
with Robert Bailey, Newport. 

Randle, Reuben — col'd — lab res near Eph- 
raim Overman, Richmond. 

Raney, John far res with George Davidson. 
Boston tp. 

Rankin, Francis drayman res w s Tenth 
one square n Railroad, Richmond 

Rankin, James teamster res n s East Fork 
3 milen e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Rankopf, Charles stone mason res n e cor 
Washington and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Raper, Miss Ann res with John Raper, 
Boston tp. 

Raper, Elizabeth — widoiv John — res with 
John Raper, Boston tp. 

RAPER, JOHN far w s Richmond & 
Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 3| miles s Rich- 
mond 

Raresheid, Miss Elizabeth res with George 
W. Callaway, Milton. 

Raresheid, George far res s s High bet 
West River and Main Cross, Milton. 

Raresheid, Henry far res with Geo. Rare- 
sheid, Milton. 

Raresheid, Miss Lena res with Geo. Agle, 
Washington tp. 

Raresheid, Nicholas; enlisted while living 
in Cambridge, and died at Louisville, Ky. ; 
further history not known. 

Rariden, Margaret res with Sanford Lackey, 
Cambridge. 

RATLIFF, CHARLOTTE— wife of Na- 
than, soldier — res s s Main, at toll-gate, West 
Cambridge. 

RATLIFF, CORNELIUS, Jr., res 
Cornelius Ratlitf, sen , Wayne tp 

RATLIFF, CORNELIUS, Sr. far e s Wil- 
liamsburg pike, 1J miles n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

He was born in North Carolina in 1799, and 



1810, when this was a part of Dearborn county, 
and his father entered the land on which he now 
resides, consequently their home was within 
one and a half miles of the boundary between the 
possessions of the whites and Indians, during 
the war of 1812, and they had more Indians 
than whites for neighbors. The white settlers 
generally removed to forts for protection, but 
their family remained at home and pursued their 
daily avocations. The Indians would visit and 
trade with them, saying: "You Quaker, no 
shoot Indians." There is a tradition in the 
family, that the grandfather of the subject of 
our sketch came over from England in the same 
ship with William Penn, and was present at the 
treaty with the Indians under the old Elm, where 
Philadelphia now stands. Cornelius Ratliff has 
done more than any other one man to supply 
this part of the country with good fruit, being 
the first man in Wayne county to establish a 
nursery of fruit trees ripening in regular suc- 
cession. He has eaten fruit from trees taken 
from his nursery to Illinois, Michigan and Ohio, 
before the days of railroads, and feels gratified 
that he has been enabled to contribute some- 
thing to the improvement of the country and 
the comfort of the people. He is now near 66 
years of age, but steps as spry as a boy of 16, 
and looks as if he might live many years to en- 
joy the society of a generation he has seen grow 
up around him. 

RATLIFF, JOSEPH C. far and agricul- 
tural editor of Richmond Telegram, res n s 
I. C. R. R., 3 miles w Richmond, Center tp. 
RATLIFF, W. P. far s s Williamsburg 
pike, 14 miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Rattray, James C. mach res with Matthew 
Rattray, Richmond. 

Rattray, W. W. res s s Main bet Green 
and Washington, Richmond. 

Rattray, Matthew retired, res w s Frank- 
lin bet Sassafras and Broadway, Richmond. 
RAY, ALEX. W. justice of peace, res n 
s Railroad St. bet Walnut and Jones, Cam- 
bridge. 

Ray, |Miss Celia res with Wm. Ray, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Ray, John far with Isaac Vanschoiack, 
Boston tp. 

Ray, Miss Samantha res with Wm. Ray, 
Boston tp. 

Ray, William far 2£ miles n w Boston, 
Boston tp. 

RAYMOND, ANDREW— N. Raymond 
§ Son — res with Nathan Raymond, Cam- 
bridge. 

RAYMOND, CHARLES H. res with 
Nathan Raymond, Cambridge — Soldier. 

Raymond & Co. — Edward R., Casper Mar- 
kle, Sf J. J. Underwood, — Hardware merchants 
s s Main, bet Frcnt and Center, Cambridge. 

Raymond, Edward — Raymond § Co. — res s 
a Main, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

RAYMOND, NATHAN— N. Raymond $ 
Son —res s w cor Green and Railroad, Cam- 
bridge. 

Ravmond, Nathan H. retired merchant res 



came with bis parents to Indiana Territory ins w cor Foot and Railroad, Cambridge. 



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BAILOR 




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104 nvc^^.inxr STREET, 



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RAYMOND, N. & SON— Nathan $ An 

drew R. — druggists s s Main, bet Foot and the 
canal, Cambridge 

Ream, Miss Elizabeth B. res with Henry 
Swope, Dublin 

Ream, J. H. foreman in machine shop of 
Davis, Lawrence & Co., res n s Cumberland, 
bet Dublin and Milton, Dublin. 

Reams, Miss Elizabeth res with Michael 
Myers, Jackson tp. 

Reddington, Barney blacksmith res s s 
South Second, bet Jones and Green, Cam- 
bridge. 

Redfern, Elizabeth — widow George — res e s 
Liberty pike, lj miles s Richmond, Wayne tp 

Reece, William res in Boston tp, 5 J miles s 
Richmond 

Reed, Adam cooper res w s Williamsburg 
pike, f mile from Richmond — Soldier. 

REED, A. M. res with William Reed, 
Dublin. 

Reed, Miss Catharine res e s Main Cross 
bet North and Union, Centerville. 

Reed, Miss Catharine res with Geo. W. 
Reed, Jackson tp. 

REED, DAVID A. far w s Newport pike> 
1J miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Reed, David W. justice of peace, office s w 
cor Main and Washington, res with Mrs. E. 
Johnson, Hagerstown. 

Reed, Miss Eliza res with D. A. Reed, 
Wayne tp. 

REED, E. W.—Reed, Marchant, $ Ob.-res 
e s Franklin, bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Reed, George W. lab res 2 J miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

REED, H. M. Reed, Marchant Sc Ob.-res 
e s Sixth bet Walnut & Main, Richmond. 

REED, IRVIN hardware s s Main bet 
Pearl and Marion res s w cor Fifth and 
Broadway, Richmond 



Reed, Mrs. Jane — widow David — res with 
D. A. Reed, Wayne tp. 

Reed, John brakeman bds with Mrs. Ellen 
Hutson, Richmond. 

Reed, John G. far 4 miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Reed, J. P. far 6 miles n Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

REED, J. W — eol'dl — teamster res n s 
Nat. road e Dublin, Jackson tp. 

REED, MARCHANT &CO.—E. W. Reed, 
F. A. Marchant § H. M. Reed — sewing ma- 
chines e s Fifth first door s Main, Richmond. 

Reed, Patrick teamster res with Arnold 
Pilkington, Richmond. 

Reed, Miss Rebecca res with Geo. W. Reed, 
Jackson tp. 

REED, ROWLAND P. far 4 miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Reed, Wm. lab res w s Hillsboro pike \ 
mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Reed, William D. blacksmith n s Cumber- 
land w end Dublin st. res same, Dublin. 

REESE, Mrs. JANE— widow Thomas— 
boarding h'se keeper w s Front bet Spring and 
Sassafras, Richmond, res same. 

Reese, James T. far e s Winchester pike 3 
miles s w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Reese, John far 2\ miles s e Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

REESE, NEEDH AM far n s Paris and. 
Williamsburg road 3 miles s w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Reese, Miss Sarah res with Mrs. Jane 
Reese, Richmond. 

Reese, Solomon 85 years old, res with Wil- 
liam Vanbuskirk, Washington tp ; came to 
this county at the close of the war of 1812, 
in which he had been a soldier, and settled 
on the farm where he now resides. 

Reeves, Ann~widoio—Tes in Bethel. 

REEVES, JAMES E. pres'dt First Nat. 



Reed, James B. far es Union pike 3 £ milesjJBank, res w s Seventh, bet Sassafras and 
n w Richmond, Wayne tp. JMulberry, Richmond. 



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Keeves, John brakesman res with Mrs. El- 
len Watson, Richmond. 

Reeves, John S. W. far on farm of Eli 
Brown, Wayne tp. 

Reeves, Miss Lottie res with Thoma.- 
Reeves, Richmond. 

REEVES, M. E.--M E. Reeves $ Oo., Cin.. 
O.— res £ mile s Nat. road, * mile e Richmond 

Reeves, Thomas P. shoemaker with Newby 
& Miller, res e s Green, bet Main and Spring. 
Richmond. 

Rehmeyer, Mary — widoio William — res 
(Jermantown. 

Reicer, David far Harrison tp, 1 J miles n e 
(Jermantown. 

Reichert, John butcher res n w cor Sixth 
and Market, Richmond. 

Reid & Beeler— W. S. R. $ O. G. B.— whole- 
sale & retail grocers, s e cor Fifth and Noble, 
Richmond. 

Reid, Daniel elk res Pleasant Hill, n s Nat. 
road, \\ miles w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Reid, H. H. tailor res Hillsboro. 

Reid, Mary — widow John—res w s Fifth, 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Reid, Miss Mary res with Mary Reid, Rich- 
mond. 

REID, WILLIAM S.-Reid $ Beeler, also 
Vanneman, Reid, § Ob.— res s w cor Eighth 
and Vine, Richmond. 

Reif, Geo. N. barber Main, bet Center and 
Canal, res same, Cambridge. 

Reigle, Simon far 3 miles s w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Reilly, Bernard boiler maker res s w cor 
Eleventh and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Reinach, Abraham shoemaker 36 Main, res 
same, Richmond. 

Reinach, Miss Schanete res with A. Rei 
nach, Richmond. 

Reinheimer, Adam blacksmith, res Wash 
ington. 

RENK & BRO.— Simon $ George— butch 
ers. s s Main bet Fifth and Franklin, Rich 
mond. 

RENK, GEORGE— Renk $ Bro.—ves es 
Sixth bet Market and South, Richmond. 

RENK, SIMON— Renk § Bro.— res e s 
Sixth bet Market and South, Richmond. 

Rentfrow, Jacob, sr., wagon maker, res e s 
Centerville pike, \ mile n Abington, Abing- 
ton tp. 

REPLOGLE, Abram far e s West River, 
1 mile n e Hagerstown, Jetferson tp. 

Replogle, David, sr., far w s county road, 
2 \ miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Replogle, David, jr., far n s county road, 
'2 miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Replogle, Joseph far w s Dalton & Hagers- 
town pike, 1 mile n w Hagerstown, Jeffer- 
son tp. 

Replogle, Miss Mary res with Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Tullis, Richmond. 

Replogle, Samuel far e s West River, 1 
mile n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 



Retz, Barbara — widow Charles — res w s 
Plum bet Main and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Retz, Miss Mary res with Barbara Retz, 
Flagerstown. 

Revler, Miss Margaret C. res with H. 
Shisler, Jackson tp. 

Reynolds, Abraham far Harrison tp, 3£ 
miles n w Centerville. 

Reynolds, Barton T. res Harrison tp, 3J 
miles n w Centerville. 

Reynolds, Amy res with Sam'l Reynolds, 
New Garden tp. 

Reynolds, Barzillar H. landlord, e s Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Reynolds, Miss Kate res with B. H. Rey- 
nolds, Williamsburg. 

Reynolds, Charles L. merchant, res with 
B. H. Reynolds, Williamsburg. 

Reynolds, Curtis 0. far l\ miles w New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

REYNOLDS, DANIEL far res s s Nat. 
road, East Dublin. 

Reynolds, Edwin miller and tp trustee, Tea 
with Isaac Reynolds, Dalton tp. 

Reynolds, Elisha far res n e cor Fifth and 
Vine, Richmond. 

Reynolds, Elizabeth — widow David F. — res 
e Lynnville pike 3 miles n Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Reynolds, Miss Esther res with George 
Reynolds. 

REYNOLDS, GEORGE W. far e s Bloom- 
in gport pike 2 miles n Williamsburg, Green 
tp. 

Reynolds, George W. far f mile e Lynn- 
ville pike 3 miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Reynolds, G. W. trader s w cor Main Cross 
and Cherry, Newport. 

Reynolds, Isaac steam saw mill, Dalton, res 
same. 

Reynolds, Jesse far e s Bloomingport pike 
\\ miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Reynolds, John I. far s s Newport and 
Economy pike 2J miles n e Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Reynolds, Joseph miller for Jesse Rey- 
nolds, Green tp. 

Reynolds, Miss Martha res with Isaac Rey- 
nolds, Dalton tp. 

Reynolds, Mary res with Sam'l Reynolds, 
New Garden tp. 

Reynolds, Morris B. photoprapher res with 
B. H. Reynolds, Williamsburg. 

Reynolds, Peter lab res with James Neal, 
Wayne tp. 

Reynolds, Samuel far w s Lynnville pike 
2\ miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Reynolds, Thomas far Harrison tp. 3 £ miles 
a w Centerville. 

REYNOLDS, WILLIAM F. shoemaker 
employee of J: Brittain, Williamsburg — Sol- 
■lier. 

Reynolds, Wilson far J mile n FrankliD , 
Dalton tp 



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PTJRE WINES, 

— AND— 

LIQITORS, 

FOR 

Medicinal Purposes, 
PERFUMERY, 

AND 

r&vcx articles, 

TKUSSES, 
SUTJPQRTEES, 

AND 

SHOULDER BRACES, 

SURGICAL 

AXD 

Qerctaf instruments, 

COAL OIL, 

AND 

LA IMPS, «fco. 



N. RAYMOND & SON., 

DRUGS AND MEDICINES, 

N. W. Cor. Main St. and White Water Canal,! 

€AMBBIB€E €ITY, INB. 



Mr. N. Raymond is also Notary Public and Insurance Agent. 



Rhea, John photographer 86 Main 2d story 
res 22 South Fifth, Richmond. 

Rhinehart, Unas far | mile se Cambridge 

Rhodenberger, George far 2 miles \v Alding- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Rhodes, Eleanor — icidow — res with Susan- 
nah II . Rhodes, Chester. 

RlH»djes, George cooper res e 8 Short bet 
North and Union, Centerville. 

RHODES. SILAS bricklayer res e s Green 
bet Spring and Main, Richmond. 

Rhodes, Miss Susannah H. res Chester. 

Rich, Abijah far 3 miles n w Richmond, 
"Wayne tp. 

Rich, Daniel C. far res e s Chester and 
Arba pike, at crossing of Williamsburg road, 
Franklin tp. 

RICH, HERVEY J. far 1 mile w Wil- 
liamsburg pike, 3 miles n w Richmond, 



Richey, John livery stable n s Main, bet 
Center and Canal, res n s Main, Cam bridge. 

RICHMOND, GEORGE A. far station 
agt and post-master, at Beeson's station, 
Washington tp. 

RICHMOND INSURANCE COMPANY 
organized in June, 1865, Jesse P. Siddall, 
pres't, Robert Morrisson, Jan., sec'y, John C. 
Hadley, agt, office over Citizens' Bank, Rich- 
mond. 

RICHMOND NATIONAL BANK, C. F. 
Coffin, pres't, A. H. Blanchard, cash'r (U. S. 
Designated Depository), 30 Main st., Rich- 
mond. 

RICHTER, J. T. wagon maker res Wil- 
liamsburg. 

Richter, William wagon maker res n s 
Main. Williamsburg. 

Riddick. Isaac H. cl'k bds with Elisha 
Hancock, Richmond. 

Riddle, Rachel inmate Wayne County 



Wayne tp — Soldier 

Rich, Lucy inmate Wayne County Asy-I Asvlu.„ 

lu ™-. , ^ . „ , , , w . RIDER, JONATHAN lab on farm of H. 

Rich, Peter carp res w s Park, bet Walnut W< Maxwell, | mile w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

^t ? r w^ Elch ,T^ d - . n „'■ i I R^er, Patrick lab res Sevastopol. 

Rich William C. far 3 miles n w Rich-, Rid Caroline--u>i<&u> James-res Wash- 
mond, T\ ayne tp. jington. 

Rich, William far 2\ miles s w Milton, RIDGE & CO.— Joseph R. $ J. M. Holloway 
Washington tp. —lamp store No. 92 Main, Richmond. 

Richards, Edward M. far res Germantown.j Ridge, Miss Jane res with Caroline Ridge, 

Richards, George knife maker res with Clay tp. 
Henry Hunter, Wayne tp, family in Eng-j Ridge, Jonathan J. carriage trimmer with 
land. I P. Crocker, res s s Main, bet Sixth and Sev- 

Richards, George W. miller with R. & F.ienth, Richmond — Soldier. 
Q. Newcom, res n w cor Washington and EIDGE, JOSEPH— Ridge $ Co.-res w s 



Factory, Hagerstown. 

RICHARDSON, AARON far e s Cam- 
bridge and Dalton pike, 1 mile w Hagers- 
town. Jefferson tp 



Marion, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Ridge, Joseph far s s Central R. R., \ mile 
s w Cambridge. 

Ridge, Joseph lab res h mile s w Cambridge, 



Richardson, Miss Lucy res with Aaron Jackson tp. 
Richardson, Jefferson tp. Kidgej Merritt far with Henry Shaffer, 

RICHARDSON, SARAH— widow Nalhan ! Jefferson tp— Soldier. 
—res Jackson tp. Ridley, Joseph C. boiler maker res w s 

Richey, D. M. painter bds at Sherman Sixth, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 
House, Richmond. . ' KIESER, JOSIAH far res Germantown. 



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RIFE, Rev. JACOB far & clergyman ofj Robbins, Edward— cold— far on Bishop 
German Baptist Church, res e s Straight-line William P. Quinn's land, \\ miles e Newport, 



pike, 7 miles s Richmond, Boston tp 

Rife, John J. medical student, Boston. 

Rigley, John far 2 miles n w Abington, 
Abiugton tp. 

Riley, James lab res n s Market, bet Ma- 
rion and Franklin, Richmond. 

Riley, John lab res Pacific Use, Cambridge 

Riley, Miss Kate res with James Beardsley, 
Richmond. 

Riley, Mary res with James Rowe, Rich- 
mond. 

Riley, Michael lab res with James Carr 

Riley, Robert far res Franklin tp, 2\ miles 
n e Newport. 

Riley, William far Centerville. 

Riley, William R. cabinet maker res Ger 
mantown. 

Rinehart, Charles far res on county line, 2 
miles n Economy, Perry tp. 

Rinehart, David far e s Jacksonsburg road, 
2 miles n w Economy, Perry tp. 

Rinehart, David lab res Boston tp, 5£ miles 
s e Richmond. 

RINEHART, JACOB F. mere 
postmaster, Boston. 

Rinehart, Miss Lydia res with J. F. Rine- 
hart, Boston. 

Rinehart, Miss Mary E. res with Jesse B 
Underbill, Perry tp. 

Rinehart, Obed butcher, Boston. 

Rinker C. P.- C. R. Rinker $ Bro.— res n s 
Main, East Cambridge. 

Rinker, C. P. & Bro.— Caleb P. $ Ira— pho- 
tographers n s Main, bet Center and Canal, 
Cambridge. 

Rinker, Ira — O. P. Rinker t j Bro.— res n s 
Main, East Cambridge. 

Ripley, Miss Ellen— col'd -res with Jack- 
son Hunter, Richmond. 

Risinger, Israel tailor, Germantown. 

Ritter, Miss Barbara res with Sarah Ritter, 
Jackson tp. 

Ritter, Jacob far res with Sarah Ritter, 
Jackson tp. 

Ritter, John far res with Sarah Ritter, 
Jackson tp. 

Ritter, Miss Rebecca res with Sarah Ritter, 
Jackson tp. 

Ritter, Sarah — widow Henry — res w s Cam- 
bridge and Simons Creek pike, 3£ miles n 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

ROBBERTSON, SAMUEL P. shoemaker 
res e s South Poplar, Economy. 

Robberts, Elias blacksmith res e s Main, 
Williamsburg. 

Robbins, Celina J. res with Johnson Rob- 
bins, Abington tp. 

ROBBINS, DANIEL B. dry goods and 
groceries and pork dealer, s w cor Main and 
Poplar, res s s Main, e Market, Economy. 

ROBBINS & CLARK— Geo. W. Robbins 
<$• J. B. Clark— physicians and surgeons s w 
cor Main and Market, Economy. 



New Garden tp. 

ROBBINS, GEO. W.— Robbins $ dark- 
res s w cor Main and Market, Economy. 

Robbins, James R. blacksmith res Abing- 
ton — Soldier. 

ROBBINS, JOHN Q. A. physician office 
and res Abington. 

Robbins, John F. far 2 miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Robbins, Johnson far on Centerville pike, 
If miles n w Abington, Abington tp. 

Robbins, Joseph W. far res with Moses 
Robbins, Abington tp. 

Robbins, Melinda inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

ROBBINS, MOSES far 2^ miles n Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

ROBBINS, MOSES M. stock dealer res 
Abington. 

ROBERTS, A. H. far res 2£ miles s w 
Hillsboro', Franklin tp. 

Roberts, Ann— widow Samuel — res s e cor 
Main and Elm, Hagerstown. 

ROBERTS, EDWARD post master res 
w s Main Cross bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Roberts, Eli far res with Jonathan Roberts, 
Richmond. 

ROBERTS, ELIJAH far 2 \ miles n Ches- 
ter near Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp; 
is now 53 years old, and has been a resident 
of Wayne Co. all his liie, was born 3 miles 
n Richmond, at which time that city boasted 
of one store and three dwelling house. All 
the country north of Richmond was an un- 
broken wilderness. 

Roberts, Miss Elvira res with Jonathan 
Roberts, Richmond. 

Roberts, Miss Emma N. teacher res with 
Edward Roberts, Milton. 

Roberts, Henry S. far res with Jonathan 
Roberts, Richmond. 

ROBERTS, JOHN far Chester, Wayne tp. 
Mr. Roberts has sent five sons to the army. 
See Soldiers' Register. 

Roberts, Jonathan far s s Nat. road adjoin- 
ing Richmond on the east. 

Roberts, J. S. saddler n s Main bet Perry 
and Plum res e end Main s s, Hagerstown. 

Roberts, Mary- — widow Barnabas — boarding 
h'se n s Washington Av, Richmond. 

Roberts, Miss Mary H. res with Edward 
Roberts, Milton. 

Roberts, Nason far on the farm owned by 
Strangeman Hutchen 1 mile n Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

ROBERTS, ROBT. R. engineer res with 
John Roberts, Chester — Soldier. 

Roberts, Samuel far e s Richmond and 
Williamsburg pike h mile s Fairfax, Center 
tp. 

Roberts, Thomas carp e s Eighth bet Sas- 
safras and Mulberry, Richmond. 



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Koberts, "Walter far 
Center tp. 

Roberts, "William far s s Boston pike, Bos- 
ton tp. 4 miles s e Richmond. 

Roberts, "William M. far res with Mrs. Ma- 
ry Grimes. "Wayne tp Soldier, 



mile s w Fairfax,' Roby, Rewel A. helper, res Pittman's 
boarding house, Richmond. 

Rockhill, Miss Lizzie res with "Wm. Rock- 
hill, "Wayne tp. 

Rockhill, William far 4 miles n w 
■Richmond, Wayne tp. 



ROBERTSON, JOHN D. dentist n si Rodehafer, Samuel cooper res with Jacob 
Cumberland, e end Dublin. [Houser, Hagerstown. 

Robertson, Moses retired res e s Perry betj Rodenbeck, Charles far l£ miles n e Mil- 
Walnut and s Market Hagerstown. jton, "Washington tp. 



Robertson, "William L. — Suplee $ Robert- 
son — res Hillsboro — Scldit r. 

Robey, Pryor far res Abington. 

Robinson, FJisha res with John Robinson 
New Garden tp. 

ROBINSON, FRANCIS AY— mach res 
94 south Pearl Richmond. 

Robinson, Henry carp, res Camacksville, 
3 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

ROBINSON, JAMES H— J. J. Robinson 
$ Co — bds with J. J. Robinson, Richmond. 

ROBINSON, J. J. & CO— J. J. & J. H. R. 
— grocers and produce dealers w s Fifth 2nd 
house n of Main, Richmond. 

ROBINSON, JOSHUA J.— -7. J. Robin- 
son § Son res 45 North 5th, Richmond. 

ROBINSON, JOHN H— cold— far 2J 
miles s e Newport, on Robert M. Turner's farm. 

Robinson, Miss Julia H, res with J. J. 
Robinson, Richmond. 

Robinson, Miss Lizzie res with Francis "W. 
Robinson, Richmond. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM E Superinten- 
dent of Telegraph on C. & G. E. Railroad. 
res e s Front bet Walnut and Ma rket, 
Richmond. 

Robinson, AYm S. barber res 85 South 5th, 
Richmond. 

Robson, Elizabeth — widow Thomas— laun- 
dress, res e s Green north end, Richmond. 

Robson, Jane— widow John — res with 
Richard Robson. 

Robson Miss Mary res W r est Richmond. 

ROBSON, RICHARD tailor res AVest 
Richmond. 



Rodenberg, Henry far e s Richmond and 
Liberty pike 3 miles n w Boston, Boston tp. 

Rodenberger, John carp res e s Center near 
North High, Richmond. 

Rodgers, Miss Anna res with AYm. C. 
Rich, Wayne tp. 

Roesch, Charles lab res n w cor Sixth and 
South, Richmond. 

Rotferty, Martin lab res n end Green, Rich- 
mond. 

Rogers, Eli lab res n e cor Main and 
Eighth, Richmond. 

Rogers, G. M. ins. agt. res s s Alain bet 
Main Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Rogers, James teamster res e s Perry bet 
South Market and Clay, Hagerstown. 

ROGERS, JOHN far 3 miles n e Rich- 
mond 1 mile e R. & H. pike, Wayne tp. 

Rogers, Miss Ursula res at Meredith H'se, 
Richmond. 

Rohe, Anton H. res with John H. Rohe, 
Center tp. 

Rohe, Frank H. chairmaker with Scott, Egli 
& Co., res West Richmond. 

ROHE, JOHN H. far s s I. C. Railroad 2 
miles e Centerville, Center tp. 

Rojers, Miss Jemima res with Jonathan 
Rojers, Franklin tp. 

Rojers, Jonathan far res on Chester and 
Arba tpke, Franklin tp near Randolph Co. 
line. 

Roll, John far ns Centerville pike 1\ miles 
s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Roller, James M. cooper res Washington — 
Soldier. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 






Roller, Miss Mary A. res with S. Roller, 
Washington. 

Roller, Peter far with S. Roller, Washing- 
ton. 

Roller, S. far res Washington.. 

Rolsen, Frank grocer and saloon e s Liber- 
ty pike near city limits res same, Richmond. 

Rombarg, Henry molder res w s Eighth, 
near Fair Ground, Richmond. 

Roney, John engineer res Meredith Hse, 
Richmond. 

Roney, John J. traveling agt for nursery, 
res w s Sixth, bet Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

ROOSA, DAYID S. far on Williamsburg 
and Winchester pike, 1£ miles n w Fairfax. 
New Garden tp. 

Roosa, Elijah far w s Centerville and Ab- 
ington pike, 2\ miles s Centerville, Center tp 

Root, H. D. — Root $ M-acy — res s e cor 
Perry and Harrison, Hagerstown. 

Root & Macy — H. D. R. $ Levi M. — pro- 
duce dealers s e cor Main and Perry, Hagers- 
town. 

Rorrer, John far 2\ miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

ROSA, FREDERICK— Rosa $ Son— res 
e s Front, bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Rosa, Fred, carp res e s Marion, bet South 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Rosa, Harmon blacksmith res with Fred- 
erick Rosa, Richmond — Soldier. 

Rosa, Henry carp res n w cor Mill and 
Marion, Richmond. 

ROSA, HENRY W.—H. W. Rom $ Son 
— res e s Front, bet Mill and South, Rich- 
mond. 

ROSA & SON— Henry W. $ Frederick— 
mineral water and vinegar manufs, e s Front, 
bet Mill and Pearl, Richmond. 

Rose, Samuel shoemaker with Williams & 
Sehibler, res with Chas. E. Bauer, Hagers- 
town. 

ROSE, THOMAS— Newton $ Rote— Mi 
with David Vore, North Marion, Richmond 
— Soldier. 

Rosensteel, A. E. — widow Frank — res w s 
Front, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

ROSENTHAL, HENRY— S. Rosenthal $ 
Bro. — res with Samuel Rosenthal, Cambridge 
— Soldier. 

ROSENTHAL, S. & BRO.— Samuel and 
Henry — clothiers s w cor Main and Foote, 
Cambridge. 

ROSENTHAL SAMUEL— S. Rosenthal $ 
Bro — res s e cor Center and Basin, Cam- 
bridge. 

Ross, Geo. W. printer at Palladium office, 
boards with B. W. Davis, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Ross, Henry lab res w s 8th, bet South and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Ross John grist and saw mill, J mile s of 
Economy, res same Perry tp — Soldier. 



ROSS WM. H— Samson $ Ross—Ms with 
N. Morgan, Richmond. 

Rost, Ferdinand cigar maker res e s 8th, 
s end, Richmond. 

Rost, John res with Ferdinand Rost, Rich- 
mond. 

Roth, Peter far 3 miles west Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Rotherland, William— Tomlinson $ Rother- 
land — res Williamsburg. 

Rothermal, Joseph far res adjoining Penns- 
ville on the south, Jackson tp. 

Rothermal William A. shoe maker, res 9 9 
Walnut bet Main cross and West vi\ev-Sol- 
dier. 

Rourk, Joseph railroad hand resw s Wal- 
nut, Cambridge. 

ROUTH, JAMES R. Justice of the Peace 
res w s Main, Economy. 

Routh, Zerelda A. — widow Joseph — 2J 
miles east Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Rowan, Henry bds at American House, 
Centerville. 

Rowan, Jane bds at American House, 
Centerville. 

Rowe, Miss Caroline res with David Rep- 
rogle, Jefferson, tp. 

Rowe, James mach res w s 7th st Park, 
Richmond. 

Rowe, John cooper e s Hagerstown and 
Dalton pike, li miles n w Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Rowe, Thomas cooper res with John 
Rowe, Jefferson tp. 

Rowlett, Miss Elizabeth seamstress res 
with Joseph W. Parry, Wayne tp. 

Rowlett, Jacob V. carp at Ezra Smith & 
Go's res w s Sixth, bet Broadwell and Mul- 
berry, Richmond — Soldier. 

Rowlett, Joseph plasterer bds with Jacob 
V. Rowlett, Richmond — Soldier. 

Rowlett, Samuel res e s Washington, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Rowney, Bartley lab res s s South Third, 
bet Green and Jones, Cambridge. 

Roy, William lab res with John Connelh 
Richmond. 

RUBEY, BENJAMIN W. far Franklin 
tp. 

Rubey, John far res £ mile n Bethel, w s 
tpke, Franklin tp. 

RUBY, AMBROSE horse-dealer res w s 
Front, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Ruby, Daniel horse-dealer res with Am- 
brose Ruby, Wayne tp. 

RUBY, JAMES N. trader res e s Newport 
pike, near northern limit of city of Rich- 
mond. 

Ruby, M. lab res w s Washington Avenue, 
Richmond. 

Ruby, Samuel far res with Ambrose Ruby, 
Richmond. 

Ruckle, J. G. retired res s s North High, 
bet Center and Ft. Wayne Avenue, Rich- 
mond. 



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PROPRIETOR 



MILTON RIVER MERCHANT & GRIST MILLS, 

MILTON, IjVDIA-TV^l. 



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CUSTOM WORK DONE AT ALL TIMES AND ON SHOET NOTICE. 



Rudolph, Burket far s s County road, J| RUPE, HENRY B. treasurer "Wayne Co. 
mile n w Cambridge, Jackson tp. {office in public buildings, res e s Main Cross, 

Rue, Richard far res w s Union County j bet Main and Plum, CenterTille. 
Straight-line pike, 2 miles s Richmond,! Ruple, John harness maker bds with Mrs. 
Wayne tp. (Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 

Rue, Mis3 Lydia H. res with Richard Rue,| RUSBY, J. R. mach res with Norton 
Wayne tp. ! Davis, Dublin — Soldier. 



Rugg, D. B. horticulturist res £ mile e R. 
& N. pike, 2^ miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Rulen, Daniel far res s s west end Main, 
Milton. 

Rummel, Adam, sen. far res 3 miles n Dub- 
lin, Jackson tp. 

Rummel, Anna — widow Harmon — res Ger- 
mantown. 

RUMMEL, EMMANUEL far res with 
Peter Rummel, Washington tp, 



Rush, Miss Catharine res with Daniel Rush, 
Pennville. 

RUSH, DANIEL far \ mile n Pennville, 
Jackson tp. 

Rush, Daniel, jun., res with Daniel Rush, 
Jackson tp. 

Rush, Richard inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Russell, Andrew far 3 J miles w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

RUSSELL, ANDREW J. far formerly 



Rummel, Felix plow-maker shop and res justice of peace, res w s Centerville pike, 4£ 



Germantown 

Rummel, Jacob far 1\ miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Rummel, Jacob lab res s s Central Railroad, 
8 w Cambridge. 

Rummel, Peter far 1^ miles n e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

RUMMEL, SARAH— wife Adam, soldier 
— res Germantown. 

Rummel, Valentine far res with Adam 
Rummel, Jackson tp. 

Runge, Miss Anna res with John Ham- 
man, Richmond. 

Runge, Louis shoemaker res w s Boston 
pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

RUNGE, iVIliLlA.yi—KnoUenberg £ Go. 
— res 63 South Marion, Richmond. 

RUNNELS, DeWITT C. baker res with 
Wm. Runnels, North Marion, Richmond. 



miles n Centerville, Center tp. 

RUSSELL &TEMPLETON— Geo. W. R. 
cj- Frank T. — undertakers and Livery and 
sale stable n s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, 
Richmond. 

Russell, Miss Elizabeth res with Walter 
Thornburg, Center tp. 

Russell, Franklin lab res with Walter 
Thornburg, Center tp. 

RUSSELL, GEO. W.— Russell $ Temple- 
ton — res s s Main bet Sixth and Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Russell, James far w s pike 2 miles n Cen- 
terville, Center tp. 

Russell, James merchant res Jacksonburg. 

RUSSELL, JAMES J.— Russell 4' Bro.— 
res w s North Pearl bet Main and Spring, 
Richmond. 

Rnssell, Miss Ludia teacher res with Wal- 



Runnels, Miss Sue M. res with AVm. Run- ter Thornburg, Center tp. 
nels, North Marion, Richmond. Russell, Miss Sevilla res with Geo. Holland, 

Runnels, William express driver res w s Richmond. 
Marion, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. RUSSELL, VINNEDGE far s s C. & G. 

RUPE, CLARENCE M. student Earl- E. Railroad Center tp. 4 miles n w Rich- 



ham, res Centerville. 

Rupe, Hamilton N. 
Ponlar. Economv. 



elk res w s North 



mond. 

Russell, William teacher res with Walter 
Thornburg Center tn 



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Sutherland, William — TonUmson $ R — 

res w s Centerville pike near Williamsburg 

Eutlege, George wool carder at Camacks- 
ville 3 miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

BUTTER, JAMES C. miller res e s Hills 
boro pike n e Richmond. 

Rutter, Miss Mary res with James C. Rut- 
ter, Richmond. 

Ruttinghouse, Barnard lab res with Harmon 
Ruttinghouse, Richmond. 

Ruttinghouse, Harmon brickmaker res e s 
Boston tpke 1 mile s Richmond. 

Ryan, Alfred far with Robert Ryan, Wayne 
tp. 

Ryan, Edgard far £ mile e Boston, Boston 
tp. 

Ryan, James lab res e s Newport pike bet 
White Water and Richmond. 

Ryan, Miss Joanna res with Robt. Mink. 
Richmond. 

Ryan, Peter engineer res e s Jones bet 
South Fourth and Third, Cambridge. 

Ryan, Robert far e s Union pike 3 miles 
n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 



Ryan, Rufus lab res on farm of James 
P. Reed, Wayne tp. 

Ryan, Miss Sophia res with Henry Stiggle- 
man, Center tp. 

Ryan, William far 3 J miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Rybolt, Stephen far w s Cambridge and 
Simons Creek pike, 1 mile n w Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Ryland, C. V. — Ryland § Son — res e s 
Pleasant Valley pike, \\ miles s w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 

Ryland, George — Ryland $ Son — res with 
C. V. Ryland, Center tp. 

Ryland & Son— 0. V. R. $ George i?.— 
farmers and millers w s Pleasant Valley pike, 
lj miles s w Centerville, Center tp. 

Ryn, Seely lab e s Centerville pike, 2 miles 
s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Ryn, Miss Sophia res with Seely Ryn, sen., 
Green tp. 



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Saintmyers, David lab res Washington. 

Saintmyers, George far 2^ miles n w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Saintmyers, James far 3J miles n w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Saintmyers, John far e s Winchester road 
3 miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

SAINTMYERS, SAMUEL far e s Win- 
chester road, 3 miles n w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Sales, Sarah — widow Enoch — res Ches- 
ter. 

Salisbury, John far res 3£ miles e Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Salter, Charles W. briekmason res with 
James W. Salter, Richmond. 

Salter, Edwd. carp res e s Pearl bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

Salter, James W. retired physician res e s 
Boston pike opposite Fair ground, Rich- 
mond. 

Salter, Miss Josephine res with James W 
Salter, Richmond. 

Salter, Miss Mary H. res with James W 
Salter, Richmond. 

Samms, Lewis far 2.} miles w New- 
port, New Garden tp. 

Samson, Rufus far 5 miles s e Milton 
Washington tp. 

SAMSON, ALMON— Samson $ Ross— res 
e s 9th, bet Broadway and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

SAMSON & ROSS— A. S. $ W. 
H. R. — druggists, 52 Main west of Marion 
Richmond. 

Samuels, Joel far res n w cor Pearl and 
Mill, Richmond. 



Samuels, Lewis C. constable bds with 
James Watkins, Richmond — Soldier. 

Samuels, Wm. tailor with Williams and 
Hatfield, res w s Marion bet Walnut and 
Market, Richmond — soldier. 

Sanders, Miss Caroline res with Mary 
Sanders, Richmond. 

Sanders, Isaac lab resides with Clarissa 
Hunt. 

Sanders, Mary — widow Hezekiah — res 42 
south Franklin, Richmond. 

Sanders, Sarah — widow Jacob — res with 
Sampson Boone, Wayne tp. 

Sands, Benjamin far res with David Sands, 
Wayne tp. 

SANDS, DAVID far n s Wayne County 
pike, 3,y miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Sands, Samuel far res with David Sands, 
Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Sartor, Fred, boiler maker res w s Frank- 
lin, near Fair Grounds, Richmond. 

Sarvent, Gilbert engineer res n s I. C. 
R. R., Center tp, 3 miles w Richmond. 

Sarvent, G. B. engineer res J mile w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Saul, Charles L. far on farm of W, Rich. 

Saur. Miss Amanda res with Daniel Waltz, 
Washington tp. 

Saur, Christian far 1J miles n e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Saur, Miss Christiana res with Christian 
Saur, Washington tp. 

Saur, Elias far res with Christian Saur, 
Washington tp. 

Savage, A. J. far on Centerville and Ab- 
ington pike, £ mile s Centerville, Center tp. 

Savage, George M. tanner e s Main Cross, 



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bet Water and North, res Main, w Main 
Cross, Centerville. 

Savage, Jacob far h mile n Pennville, on 
Jacksonburg road, Jackson tp. 

Savoy, Greenberry shoemaker n s Main, 
bet Perry and Elm, res n w cor Perry and 
College, Hagerstown. 

Sawyer, Anna — col'd, widow— res over C. 
Scbover's store, Richmond. 

Sawyers, David far 2£ miles n e Richmond, 
"Wayne tp. 

Sawyer, Miss Ella res with Mrs. Mary Saw- 
yer, Cambridge. 

Sawyer, Miss Lizzie res with Mrs. Mary 
Sawyer, Cambridge. 

Sawyer, Maria — widow George — res e s 
Ninth, bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond 

Sawyer, Mary — icidow Joseph — res n s Rail- 
road st., bet Jones and Green, Cambridge, 

Sawyer, Miss Zella res with Mrs. Mary 
Sawyer, Cambridge. 

Saxton, William far 2 miles n Abington 
Abington tp. 

Sayman, Sarah lock & umbrella repairer, 



Schafner, Louis harness maker res w s 
Sixth, s end, Richmond. 

SCHEIBLE, DANIEL H.-Bauer $ Schei- 
ble — res s e cor Perry and Clay, Hagerstown. 

Scheibler, Miss Susetta res with John D. 
Wiggins, Richmond. 

Schepman, J. H. merchant tailor No. 5 
Main, res same, Richmond. 

SCHIBLER, FREDERICK tanner and 
of the firm of Williams $ Schibler, s s Main, 
e end, res n w cor Walnut and Sycamore, 
Hagerstown. 

Schilderink, Anthony grocer & saloon 
keeper, store & res e s Liberty pike, near 
Richmond. 

Schipman, George H. cabient maker e s 
Marion, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

SCHLACK, PETER blacksmith res e s 
Newcastle pike, near Dublin, Jackson tp. 

SCHLAGLE, EDWIN O. far f mile w 
Richmond. 

Schlagle, Friedob'n V. far Center tp, 3*- 
miles e Washington, GJ miles n w Richmond, 
res temporarily in Centerville. 

SCHLAGLE, SAMUEL B. Clerk Wayne 



w s Pearl, bet Main and Walnut, res same, County, office in county buildings, res with 

Richmond. |Friedolin V. Schlagle, Centerville — Soldier. 

Scanlan, Nickle gate-keeper 1st toll-gate s: Schnieder, Henry lab res e s Washington, 

Milton, Washington tp. bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond 

Scantland, Geo. W. far res 2\ miles n e SCHNEIDER, PHILIP— Evans, Shneider 

Economy, Perry tp. U* Co. — res on Washington Avenue, opposite 

Scarce, David far e s Boston pike, 2 miles Quaker City machine shop, Richmond. 

s e Richmond, Wayne tp. I Schneider, Philip painter res Reece's board- 

Scarce, Edward far 3 miles s e Richmond,. ing-house, Richmond. 

Wayne tp. | Schnelle, Garret H. carp res s w cor Front 

Scarce, Henry far res with J. Scarce, and Sycamore, Richmond. 



Wayne tp 

Scarce, Miss Jennie res with Jonathan 
Scarce, Wayne tp. 

SCARCE, JONATHAN far 2\ miles s e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 



SCHOCK, M. W. far res with Elijah 
Hurst, Wasbington tp — Soldier. 

Schofield, Miss Anna teacher res with Sam- 
uel Schofield, Richmond. 

Schofield, Samuel painter res 59 South 



Scarce, Miss Lydia res with Jonathan Marion, Richmond. 
Scarce, Wayne tp. j Scholl, Jacob shoemaker res s s Wayne 

Scates, Asbury shoemaker res Jackson- County pike, 1 % miles w Richmond, Wayne 
burg. [tp. 



176 



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Schooley, Miss Anna milliner with Miss 
Anna Shover, bds with W. D. Schooley, 
Richmond. 

fr-chooley, Isaac cl'k for Thomas Schooley, 

Dublin. ' , , _ 

Schooley, Milton lab on farm owned by J. 
M. Thornburg, Dalton tp, A\ miles n Hagers 
town. 

Schooley, Miss Rebecca photographer res 
with W. D. Schooley, Richmond 

SHOOLEY, THOMAS far e s Newcastle 
pike, adjoining Dublin on the north. 

Schooley, Wilson D. foreman Fodder Cut- 
ter Machine Shop res e s Sixth, bet Walnut 
and Market, Richmond. 

SCHOPF, HENRY far n s Washington 
and Waterloo road, 4 miles e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Schover, Catharine — widow Harmon — res 
with Garrett Schover, Richmond. 

SCHOVER, CHRISTOPHER dry goods 
and grocer n w cor Pearl and Mill, Rich- 
mond, res same. 

Schover, Miss Eliza res with C. Schover, 
Richmond. 

SCHOVER, GARRETT livery and sale 
stable n e cor Marion and Walnut, res n s 
Walnut, bet Marion and Franklin, Rich 

mond. 

Schover, Harmon teamster res with Gar 
rett Schover, Richmond. 

Schover, William teamster res with Gar- 
rett Schover, Richmond. 

Schroeder, George res e s Cemetery st 
adjoining city limits, Richmond. 

Schroeder, Harmon tailor res with George 
Schroeder, Richmond. 

Schroeder, Henry lab res on J. M Starr's 
farm, Wayne tp. 

Schroeder, William carp res e s Seventh s 
South, Richmond. 

Schulhof, Henry cl'k in P. O. res w s Pearl 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Schulhof, Henry grocer w s Pearl bet 
Sycamore and Mill, Richmond, res same. 

Schumacker, Henry lab res ~ 
High, Richmond. 

SCHUMAN, JOHN- J. Schuman& Co.— 
res w s Sixth s Market, Richmond 

SCHUTLE, HENRY— Knollenberg £ Co. 

res n w cor Sycamore and Washington, 

Richmond. 1 mile s 

Schwartz, Frank shoemaker with Newby Scott 
& Miller bds with B. Bescher, Richmond. Dublin 

SCHWARTZ, Y.— Schwartz § Bro.—res Scott, 
Gait IFse, Richmond. with W 

SCHWARTZ, P. & BRO.— P. $ R. H. S— 
propr's Gait H'se s s Main bet Marion Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

SCHWARTZ, R. H.— Schwartz Sc Bro — 
res Gait H'se, Richmond. 

Schwegmann, Ann M. — widow Christian — 
res s w cor Pearl and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Schwegmann & Gier — William S. 4' Charles 



s South 



G. — butchers s s Main bet Marion and Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

Schwegmann, ~Wi]\\am-Schivegma?in $ Gier 
— res e s Marion bet Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 

Schwerin, John C. shoemaker res 37 North 
Marion, Richmond. 

Scott, Miss Alice res with Sarah Scott, 
Dublin. 

Scott, Amanda — widoiu Henry C. — res w » 
Green bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Scott, Andrew F. retired s w cor Seventh 
and Mulberry, Richmond. 

SCOTT, ARMSTRONG blacksmith res e 

Marion bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Scott, Delilah— widow John — res s s Wal- 
nut, bet Marion and Pearl Richmond. 

3COTT, EGLI, & CO.— Clem. &, Anthon 
E., Benjamin Fulgham, John E. Hugou, and 
Henry Wefel — furniture manufactory north 
bank east fork of Whitewater, w s Hillsboro 
pike, ware House Fort Wayne Av., near 
Depot, Richmond. 

Scott, Edward lab res with Daniel Kinney 
Washington. 

Scott, Elias P. e 8 Hagerstown road f 
mile north Jacksonburg, Harrison tp 

Scott, F. N. salesman — with Stedman & 
Shaw — res 16 south 6th, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Scott, George M. — col'd — lab res with Rob- 
ert Scott, Wayne tp. 

Scott, Harrison far 2 J miles n e of Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Scott, Harvey blacksmith res south side of 
South st., west end, Richmond. 

SCOTT, JAMES A. far 2 J miles north 
Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Scott, James W., merchant at Nashville, 
Tennessee,°residence w s Whitewater, Rich- 
mond. 

Scott, John H. tailor with A. "Woodward 
res w s Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Rich- 
mond. 

Scott, John H. — Fike Sr Scott — res s s South 
bet Front and Pearl, Richmond. 

Scott, John far l£ miles north Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Scott, John W. Ins. agent res n e corner 
Harrison and Dublin sts., Dublin. 

Scott, Joseph lab res Abington. 

Scott, J. W.— coVd— lab with R. W. Scott, 
Dover, Wayne tp. 
Miss Laura res with John W. Scott, 



William — res 



Martha 0. — widow 
J. Scott, Wayne tp. 

Scott, Miss Mary res with Harrison Scott, 
Harrison tp. 

Scott, Mary A.—- widow James — res e s 
North Green, Richmond. 

Scott, Miles far res f mile n Dublin, e s 
Newcastle pike, Jackson tp. 

Scott, Orange B. — col'd — lab re3 with Rob- 
ert Scott, Wayne tp. 



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Scott, Perry blacksmith res "with 3Irs. De-| Seaney, Jacob far 1 J miles a w Boston, 
lilali Scott, Richmond. | Boston tp. 

Scott, Robert W. — col'd — res on farm of. Seaney, Owen far s s West road, £ mile w 



Thompson Harris, Wayne tp 

Scott, Sarah — widow James — res n s Cum- 
berland, bet Milton and Foundry, Dublin. 

Scott, William shoemaker Abington. 

SCOTT, W. CLEM— Scott, Egli $ Co.— 
res w s Fifth, bet Mulberry and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

Scott, William G. — A. Gaar § Co. — res n w 
cor Seventh and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Scott, William J. far 3£ miles n e Rich- 
mond, H miles e R. & H. pike, Wayne tp. 

Scotton, Anna— widow Stephen— res with Miss 
Foulke, Richmond. 

Scotton, Stephen lumber dealer w s Sev- 
enth, bet Main and Broadway, res same, Rich- 
mond. 

Scrader, William carp res e s Seventh, bet 



Boston, Boston tp. 

Seaney, Miss Sarah J. res with Owen 
Seaney, Boston tp. 

Seaney, William G. \ mile w Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Sears, Miss Martha L. res with Jarvis Hor- 
mel, Wayne tp. 

Sears, Robert H. far on farm owned bv 
Charles Howel 2 miles e Dalton, Dalton tp. 

SECRIST, JOHN H. miller res near This- 
tlethwaite and Burdsall's mill, Wayne tp. 

Secrist, William, sen. far res Germantown. 

Secrist, William, jun. res with W. Secrist, 
sen., Germantown. 

SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE COM- 
PANY of New York, William Bell, agt, 
Richmond. 



South and Walnut, Richmond SEDGWICK, JOHN far and tpke trustee 

Scnug Henry an incurable lunatic, now in w g Lib £ 4 ^ P «e 

Co. Asylum; family res w s Iront, s Mill, t J l > "" D "' u " 

Richmond. g eepj Harman lab res e s gouth ffi , be _ 

Scroggy, Wilson retired res n s Cumber- low Boston pike, Richmond, 
land, bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. | Seepe, Henry lab res with Mrs. Anna M. 

Scully, Patrick lab w s Richmond and Lib-|Linnemon, Richmond. 
erty Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 6 miles s S EEPE. Rev. JOHN B. H pastor St 
Richmond. .»',., T . Andrews Catholic Church n e cor Sycamore 

Seaberger, Ernest, far 1J miles n w Jack- L n(J p earl reg nwcor Sycamore and Marion 
sonburg, Harrison tp. Richmond, 

Seack, A\ illiam lab res 55 South Marion, Seitz Michael H 
Richmond. L oad> Germantown. ' 

SEALOCK, DANIEL T. far res with| Sek, Lewis wool-spinner at White Branch 
Mary Sealock, Washington tp. [Woolen Mills. 

Sealock, Mary — widow Daniel — reswsCon-j Sell, Francis M. — Chambers $ Sell res 

nersville and Centerville road, 5. miles e Mil-jAbington. 

ton, Washington tp.. SELLERS, JOHN H. foreman in Burson's 

SEAMAN, C. T. shoemaker s s Main, bet oil mill res s s East Fork, bet Middleboro' 



toll-gate keeper Nat. 



Fifth and Sixth, res same, Richmond. 

Seaman, John conductor res West Rich- 
mond. 

Seaney, Isaac N. far 2 miles n w Boston. 
Boston tp. 

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and Newport pikes, Richmond — Soldier. 

Sesson, Michael lab res e s Green, n Main 
Richmond. 

Sevie, Jacob C. far res with Samuel Sevie, 
Jackson tp. 



178 



WAYNE COUNTY 



SE VIE, Miss JENNIE E. res with Sam- Hollinsworth 2 miles n w Williamsburg; 



uel Sevie, Jackson tp 

Sevie, Samuel far s s Nat. road, \ mile w 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

SEVKINGHAUS, Kev. J. D. pastor of 
St. Paul's German Lutheran Church e 
Franklin bet Sycamore and South res at par- 
sonage near the church, Richmond 

Seweke, Henry Gardener res on farm of 
J. P. Smith 1 mile w Richmond, Wayne tp 

Shaffer, Adam far e s Cambridge and 
Franklin pike 4£ miles n Cambridge, Jack- 
son tp. 

Shaffer, Miss Catharine res with W. Shaf- 
fer, Jackson tp. 

Shaffer, David lab res with Robert Culbert- 
son. Center tp. 

SHAFFER, DAVID M. blacksmith shop 
and res Franklin. 

Shaffer, Henry far 4 miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Shaffer, Henry far res 3 miles w Hillboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Shafer, John far e s Cumberland and Dal- 
ton pike 3\ miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Shafer, John D. tailor and renovator e s 
Marion bet Main and Spring res w s Fra?ik- 
lin bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Shafer, Joseph brakesman D. & W. Rail- 
road bds at Eagle H'se, Richmond. 

Shaffer, Margaret — cold — widow John — res 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Shaffer, Mary A. — widow Levi — res with 
Margaret Johnsonbaugh, Jackson tp. 

Shaffer, William res with Adam Shaffer, 
Jackson tp. 

Shaffer, William res f mile n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Shalley, George far 2£ miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

SHAMBLIN, MELISSA— wife Joseph- 
soldier — res Washington. 

Shank, Miss Amanda E. res with Daniel 
Shank, Center tp. 

Shank, Daniel far 2 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Shank, Enos B. far res with Daniel Shank, 
Center tp. 

Shank, Joseph res Jacksonburg. 

Shank, Miss Mary A. res with Joseph 
Shank. 

Shank, Miss Sarah J. res with Daniel 
Shank, Center tp. 

Shannon, Daniel lab \\ miles west Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Shannon, James carp s w cor Washington 
and Market, Hagerstown. 

Shannon, James Railroad fireman res with 
Mrs. Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 

Sharp, John — Kirk § Sharp — res n s Cum- 
berland w Dublin. 

Sharp, Jonathan far 1 mile n Bethel w s 
pike, Franklin tp 



Sharp, Josiah far on farm owned by J.,Boston, Boston tp 



Green tp. 

Sharp, Miss Margaret E. res with Wm, 
Sharp, Wayne tp. 

Sharp, Mrs. Nancy A. res 6 miles north 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Sharp, ' teacher res e s South High, 

Richmond. 

SHARP, WM. far 5 miles north Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Shaw, A. res with Wm. F. Dean. 

Shaw, Daniel far w s Jacksonburg road 2 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Shaw, Edward far on farm owned by Mrs. 
V. Harvey 1^ miles s e Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Shaw, Nicholas far w s Jacksonburg road 
3 miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Shaw, Obed far res 3 miles s w Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Shaw, Miss Rebecca milliner res with E. 
Shaw, Wayne tp. 

Shaw, Robert H. carp res with E. Shaw, 
Wayne tp. 

Shaw William H. far res with Daniel Shaw, 
Perry tp. 

Shearer, John toll keeper on Cambridge & 
Winchester pike, 1 mile n Hagerstown. Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Shearon, Andrew carp res Sevastopol. 

Shearon, Miss Catharine res with Andrew 
Shearon, Wayne tp. 

Shearon, Elizabeth — widow Oaleb — res with 
John D. Wiggins, Richmond. 

SHEARON, THOMAS H. far w s Wil- 
liamsburg pike, 3 miles n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Shearon, Warren far e s Williamsburg 
pike, 3 J miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Shearon, William J. carp res with Andrew 
Shearon, Wayne tp. 

Shearon, William T. far n s Williamsburg 
pike, 3 miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Sheats, Margaret — widow — res 63 South 
Marion, Richmond. 

Sheffer, Miss Cynthia res with Jacob Shef- 
fer, Boston tp. 

Sheffer, Daniel far on State line, 4 miles n 
e Boston, Boston tp. Mr. Sheffer is an emi- 
migrant from Wythe county, Va., and one 
of the oldest settlers of the township. He 
served in the campaigns against the Indians, 
in the war of 1812 and '13. 

Sheffer, Henry far res with Mary Sheffer, 
Boston tp. 

Sheffer, Jacob, jun. far res with Mary Shef- 
fer, Boston tp. 

Sheffer, Jacob, sen. far 3 miles n e Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Sheffer, James M. far res with Jacob Shef- 
fer, Boston tp. 

Sheffer, John H. far with Daniel Sheffer, 
Boston tp. 

SHEFFER, JOHN M. far 3J miles n e 



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F. S. LERNKART, LUPTON & FINCH, 

TIN, COPPER and SHEET IRON WABE^tomm Heat Market, 



Cook and Heating Stoves. 

3Xain. Street, oj>p. Court House 
CENTER IILLE, IN J). 



Evaporators, Lightning Rods, and Tin Roof- 
ing put up to order. 



W. S. Ft. Wayne Avenue, 
WEST OF DEPOT, 



Fresh Meat of all kinds constantly on hand. 



Sheffer, Mary — widow John — res n e cor 
Boston tp, 6 miles s e Richmond. 

Shelter, Miss Sarah res with Mary Shelter, 
Boston tp. 

Sheham, Michael lab res Washington. 

Shell, Henry shoemaker w s Fort Wayne 



Shideler, Henry res with Jacob Shideler. 
Cambridge. 

Shideler, Jacob far on farm owned by Mo- 
ses Myers, n s Cambridge and Simon's Creek 
pike, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Shidler, Marion far res with David Shidler. 



Avenue, bet Washington Avenue and Cliff Jackson tp. 

»t., res e s Sixth, s Market, Richmond. j Shideler, Miss Mary res with Jacob Shide- 

Sheidler, Ira — blind — book-peddler res w s ler, Cambridge. 
Fifth, bet Sassafras and Mulberry, Rich-| Shideler, Miss Sarah res with Jacob Shide- 
mond. ler, Jackson tp. 



SHILLING, J. W.—Bateman <$• Shilling 
Huntington Hse, Richmond. 
SHILLITS, JOSEPH manuf moss tow & 
1 mile n Rieh- 



Shenk, Miss Anna res with Abraham Bru- 
baker, Milton. 

Shenk, John blacksmith res Germantown 

Shenk, James blacksmith res Germantown. 'long flax, w s Hillsboro pike. 

Shenk, Miss Louisa A. res with J. Shenk. Imond, Wayne tp. 

Shepard, John carp on Washington and Shindler, Peter far e s Richmond and Lib- 
Hagerstown pike, 1£ miles w Washington, erty Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 6 miles !> 
Clay tp. [Richmond. 

SHEPHERD, FRANCIS engineer res s s Shindler, Miss Sarah res with Peter Shind- 
North High, bet Washington and Ft. Wayne ler, Boston tp. 
Avenues, Richmond. | Shinn, Miles J. shoemaker res w s Wil- 

Shepherd, Gideon far n_s Winchester road, jliamsburg pike, J mile n w Richmond, 



2J- miles n w T Economy, Perry tp. 

Shepherd, Willoughby far res on farm of J. 
Thornberg, e s Jacksonburg road, 2£ miles n 
Economy, Perry tp. 

Shepp, Henry wagoner res n s Main, w 
end, Hagerstown. 

Sheppard, Elizabeth res with J. A. Shep-jSixth, Richmond, 
pard. j SHIPLEY, J. W 



Wayne tp. 

SHIPLEY, F. M.— F. M. Shipley $ Bro.— 
res w s Eighth bet Main and Walnu, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 



SHIPLEY, F. M. & 

W. S. — butchers 



BRO.— F. M. S. $ J. 
Main bet Fifth and. 



Sheppard, John A. carp \\ miles w Wash 



F.M. Shipley £ Bro.— 



ington, Clay tp 

Sherbor, Anton lab res n s South, Milton 
— Soldier. 

Sherman, George carp res e s Franklin, bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Sherry, Miss Martha J. res with J. P. Bur- 
gess, Boston tp. 

Sherry, Miss Nancy J. res with Milton H. 
Beeson, Boston tp. 

SHERWOOD, LYMAN Q. with Wm. 
Mercer & Co,. Cambridge City. 

SHEWCRAFT, JEREMIAH— cold— far 
1 mile e Newport ; pastor Baptist Antislavery 
Church, New Garden tp. 

Shewcraft, Nancy A. — col'd — res with Jer- 
emiah Shew:raft, aged 88. 

Shewcraft, Silas — col'd — res 1J miles 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Shidler, Aaron far res with John S. Dill 



res with F. M. Shipley, Richmond— Soldier. 



SHIRE & BRO.— Isaac S. $ Marcus S.~- 
merchant tailors 74 Main, Richmond. 

SHIRE, IS AAC— Shire # Bro.— res Main, 
Richmond. 

Shissler, Abraham wagon maker res with. 
Wilson Jones, Dublin. 

Shisler, Henry far n s Nat. road f mile e 
Germantown, Jackson tp. 

SHISSLER, JOHN book-keeper and sur- 
veyor res s e cor Main Cross and Walnut, 
Milton 

Shisler, Miss Mary G. res with H. Shisler, 
Jackson tp. 

Shively, Inglebert far 2 miles n w Jack- 
sonburg, Harrison tp. 

Shivley, Jacob hostler res w s North Pop- 
s w^ar, Economy — Soldier. 

Shively, Matthew lab res Jacksonburg 

SHNUER, ALBERT saloon w s Marion 



oS"?? tp ^ -^ ^ i bet Main and "Walnut res same, Richmond 

Shidler, David far res 1. mile n Dublin, e s| Shockley, John far e s Hagerstown and 
Newcastle pike, Jackson tp.. ;Dalton pike 2 miles n w Hagerstown. 



180 



WAYNE COUNTY 



Shoecraft Jesse M. far e Williamsburg 
pike 6 miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

SHOECRAFT, JESSE M.-- col'd— far on 
Isaac Thomas' farm 1} miles s e Newport. 
New Garden tp. 

SHOEMAKER, CHARLES far e s Bos- 
ton pike 1 mile s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

SHOEMAKER, GEORGE W.~- Foulke 4 
Shoemaker — res with William W. Foulke. 
Richmond. 

Shoemaker, Miss Hannah res with Charles- 
Shoemaker, Wayne tp. 

Shoemaker, Mary — widow Elias — res Main 
Cross bet Spice and Walnut. 

SHOEMAKER, R. H. supt.D. & W. Rail- 
road bds at Huntington H'se, Richmond. 

SHOEMAKER, TACEY res with Sam'l 
Maxwell, Richmond. 

SHOFER LEWIS— -Lewis Shofer $ Co.— 
res n s Marion bet Main and Walnut, Rich- 
mond. 

SHOFER, LEWIS & CO. — Lewis S.. 
Henry Orivel, $" Charles Live — grocers n s 
Marion, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Shoff, Miss Elizabeth res with Rudolph 
Shoff, Jackson' tp. 

Shoff, Rudolph far £ mile s Germantown, 
Jackson tp. 

Shoff, Rudolph S. res with Rudolph Shoff. 
Jackson tp. 

Shoop, Mentor R. far 2} miles e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Shopwell, Edward blacksmith 2} miles w 
Abington, Abington tp. 

Short, John H. far Boston tp, 3£ miles s 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Short, J. M. far 5 miles n Richmond. 
Wayne tp. 

Short, Thomas O. conductor E. & H. R. R. 
res w s Ninth, bet Main and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

Shortridge, Alfred cl'k res with Richard 
Wallace, Milton. 

Shouse, Catharine— widow William — res 
with David Hass, Sevastopol. 

Shouls, Fred, blacksmith res w s Eighth, 
bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

SHOVER, Miss ANNIE milliner 9U 
Main st., bds with A. J. Bell, Richmond. 

Shover, Daniel tailor res ?6 South Frank 
lin, Richmond. 

SHOVER, GARRETT H. blacksmith res 
n s Nat. road, e Dublin, Jackson tp — Soldier. 

Shover, Henry far e s Liberty pike, 1£ 
miles s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Shover, Miss Martha E. res with Henry 
Shover, Wayne tp. 

Shover, Rachel J. res with Henry Shover, 
Wayne tp. 

. Show, William stock dealer>res e s Marion 
bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Showalter, Joseph far \ mile e R. & N 
pike, 1,V miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Showalter, Leonard lab res with James W 
Marlatt, Washington tp. 



Shulhof, W. C. elk res with William Kort- 



Shrader, Aaron — Shrader ^* Nudd — res s w 
:'or Main and Main Cross, Milton. 

Shrader & Nudd— Aaron S. § Edwin N.-- 
grocers s w cor Main and Main Cross, Mil- 
ton. 

Shrory, Alfred far on Pleasant Valley pike, 
Washington tp, 8 miles s w Centerville. 

Shrory, Margaret— widow —res with 

Alfred Shrory, Washington tp. 

Shroyer, G. W. dentist n w cor Main and 
Green, res same, Cambridge. 

SHRUNK, JACOB-G. W. Green $ Co.- 
res s s Pork, bet Jones & Green, Cambridge. 

Shuck, Joseph far s s Nat Road, J mile s 
Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Shugart, Delia— widow Isaiah—ves Newport. 

Shugart, George far J mile n e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Shugart, Jonathan M. carp res with R. 
Bailey, Newport. 

Shugart, Lydia A.— widow Jesse— res with 
Lewis Jeffrey, New Garden tp. 

SHUGART, RILEY far midway bet 
Bethel and Newport, Franklin tp. 

Shugart, Thomas C. far ^ mile n e New- 
port, New Garden t 

Shulhof, W. C 
nous, Richmond. 

Shultz, Miss Christena res with Martin 
Shultz, Jefferson tp. 

Shults, George W. mach res w s Walnut, 
s Railroad, Cambridge. 

Shults, John blacksmith res e s Seventh, 
bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Shultz, Martin far 2 miles w Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Shuman, Miss Annie milliner res with 
Elizabeth Shuman, Milton. 

Shuman, Catharine res with Elizabeth 
Shuman, Milton. 

Shuman, Elizabeth — 7ridow Lewis — res n 9 
Main, bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 

SHUMAN, HENRY TV.- Jones cj- Shu- 
man — res n s Seminary, bet West River st. 
and White Water Canal, Milton — Soldier. 

SHUMAN. JOHN--,/. Shuman cj- Cb.-res 
84 South Sixth, Richmond. 

SHUMANN, J. & CO.— J. S. «$■ Leonard 
Sperling — merchant tailors n s Main bet 
Pearl and Front, Richmond. 

Shute, Aaron far on State line 4J miles s e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Shute, Aaron far res with Mrs. Elizabeth 
Shute, Wayne tp. 

Shute, Albert far res with Sam'l Shute, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute, Amos far res with Elizbeth Shute, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute, Charles far 2| miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute. Miss Elizabeth res with Aaron 
Shute, Wayne tp. 

Shute, Elizabefh — widow Charles — 2| miles 
s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 



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OFFICE: 



South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets, 



8f€fita5EON©, 



Shute, Miss Harriet res with Sam'l Shute, ! SKINNER J. — Skinner $ Co. — res w s 



Wayne tp. 

Shute, Henry wagon maker res with Hen- 
ry Heckman. 



Eighth bet Walnut and Main, Richmond- 
Soldier. 
Skinner, Joshua far res 2 miles w Bethel 



Shute, James M. grocer, Chester — Soldier, on Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp. 



res with Elizabeth 
with Aaron Shute, 



Shute, Miss Jane M 
Shute, Wayne tp. 

Shute, John far res 
Wayne tp. 

Shute, John far on Howell Graves' land e 
8 Newport and Arba road 1 mile n e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Shute, Levi far with Samuel Shute, Wayne 
tp. 

Shute, L. F. far res with Robert C. Shute, 
Wayne tp. — Soldier. 

Shute, Lucinda —widov) Elias H. — res s s 
Main bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Shute, Miss Lydia res with Aaron Shute, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute, Miss Maria res with Aaron Shute, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute Miss Mary E. res with Robert C. 
Shute. 

SHUTE, ROBERT C. county surveyor, 
res n s G. E. Railroad \ mile-n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Shute, Samuel carriage maker res with 
Robert C. Shute, Wayne tp. 

Shute, Samuel far 1 mile s Wayne Co. pike 
3.miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Shutt, John cooper res s s Connersville 
bet West River sts and Canal, Milton. 

Shutte, John wagon maker bds with John 
Heckem, Richmond. 

Skepman, George carp res 55 South Marion. 
Richmond. 

Skiles, Adaline — widow Thos. T. H. — res- 
es Sixth bet Walnut and Main, Richmond. 

Skiles, Andrew far 2 miles n e Newport 
New Garden tp. 

Skinner, Miss Angie res with Jas. Skinner, 
Richmond. 

Skinner, Joseph far res 2J miles s w Bethei 
on Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp. 



Skinner, Lot far res 2 miles s w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Skinner, Noah far res 2 miles s w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Skinner, S. M. boarding h'se s s Washing- 
ton Av. bet Ga-ar and Fort Wayne Avs., 
Richmond. 

SKINNER & CO.— James S. cj- S. L. 
French — grocers s s Main bet Marion and 
Franklin, Richmond. 

SLAJJE, Mrs. G. T. milliner n s Main bet 
Washington and Green res same, Richmond. 

Slade, Miss Mollie milliner res with Wil- 
liam Slade, Richmond. 

Slavin, John lab res with Michael Howe, 
Hagerstown. 

Slifer, David P. tailor w s Perry bet Main 
and Walnut res same, Hagerstown. 

Slifer, Miss Elizabeth res with David P. 
Slifer, Hagerstown. 

Slifer, Mary milliner w s Perry bet Main 
and Walnut res same, Hagerstown. 

Sloan, Catharine B. — widow Daniel D. — res 
e s Fifth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Sloan, Daniel T. elk res with Mrs. C. B. 
Sloan, Richmond. 

Slusher, Washington far res 1 mile w Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Sickman, Frederick lab res w s Marion bet 
Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Siddall, Miss Emma F. res with J. P. Sid- 
lall, Richmond. 

SIDDALL, JESSE P. Prest. Richmond 
Ins. Co.. attorney and notary public, n e cor 
Jain and Pearl, second story, res e s Seventh 
bet Broadway and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Sieweke, Charles lab res s w cor Tenth and 
Mulberry, Richmond.. 

Sieweke, Frederick — Dewy <$• Sieweke — res 
n e cor Tenth ana Mulberry, Richmond. 



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Sieweke, Henry cab maker res with Charles 
Siewcke, Richmond. 

SIKES, JESSE far 2$ miles n w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Sills, David lab — refugee — res with Peter 
Smith. 

Silvers, Miss Angeline res with William 
Silvers, Richmond. 

SILVERS, Miss EMMA res with William 
Silvers, Richmond. 

Silvers, Miss Lavinia compositor at Pal- 
ladium office hrds with William Silvers, Rich' 
mond. 

Silvers, Miss Louisa compositor at Pall a 
dium office res with William Silvers, Rich 
mond. 

Silvers, Miss Lucretia res with William 
Silvers, Richmond. 

Silvers, Rachel — widow William— res s e cor 
Main and Pearl, Hagerstown 

Silvers, William blacksmith with Peter 
'Crocker, res north side Cliff bet Pearl and 
Washington, Richmond. 

Sim, John res s e cor Foot and South 
Fourth, Cambridge. 

Simm, John physician formerly of Cam- 
bridge, now in Hichmond, is a member of the 
Indiana Legislature from this county — Sol- 
dier. 

Simcoke, Miss Rachel A res with George 
Hill, Wayne tp. 

Simons, Albert blacksmith res s s Cliff bet 
Pearl and Fort Wayne Aw, Richmond. 

Simon, Anton laborer res w s Perry bet 
Walnut and South Market, Hagerstown. 

Simon, Miss Martha res with Miss Martha 
J. Manifold, Hagerstown. 

Simonds, Andrew W. ins agt resw s Eighth 
bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Simons, Albert boiler maker res s s Cliff 
bet Pearl and Fort Wayne Av., Hichmond. 

Simmons, Henry sawyer — J. Sc J. Endsley 
— w s Liberty Pike, Boston tp, 5^ miles s 
Richmond. 

Simpson, Miss Mary res with Robert Simp 
son, Richmond. 

SIMPSON, EACHEL-wi/e John, soldier 
— res Hillsboro'. 



Sinex, William H. res with Samuel Sinex, 
Richmond. 

Sintlinger, John butcher res n s Clay, bet 
Washington and Pearl, Hagerstown. 

Sister, Blanche teacher at St. Andrew's 
Catholic School, res same, Richmond. 

Sister, Eleonora teacher at St. Andrew's 
Catholic School, res same, Richmond. 

Sitloh, Benjamin brickmolder res e s Fifth, 
bet South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Sitloh, David far | mile n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Sitloh, Frederick wagon maker res e s 
Front, bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Sitloh, Henry lab res with Henry Crivel, 
Richmond. 

Sitloh, Henry stone quarrier res w s Lib- 
erty pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Sitloh, Mary — widow Frederick — res w s 
Liberty pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Sivvee, Miss Alcinda res with John Sivvee. 

Sivvee, John far Dalton tp, 3^ miles n Ha- 
gerstown. 

Sivvee, Miss Mary E. res with John 
Sivvee. 

Sivvee, Samuel far and miller res with 
John Sivvee. 

Small, Joshua— col'd— lab res wiMi William 
Milton, Center tp. 

SMALL, LOUISA res with Martin Ber- 
liner, Hagerstown. 

SMALL, L. & CO.-L.S. $ W. D. Wil- 
liams— dry goods e s Perry, bet Main and 
Walnut, Hiigerstown. 

Small, Patrick far 1 mile s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp — Soldier. 

SMALLEY, HORATIO propr Sherman 
boarding Hse, s w cor Main and Jones, res 
same, Cambridge. 

Smalley, James P. liquor denier s e cor 
Main and Foot, res s s South Third, Cam- 
bridge. 

Smelser, Miss Catharine res with David 
Brown, Jefferson tp. 

Smelser, Eliza C. student Earlham, res 
Richmond. 

Smelser, Elizabeth— widow Adam— res with 



Simpson, Robert freight agt C. & G. E. R. R.;Ne1son Crowe, Boston tp. 
res w s Eighth, bet South and Walnut, Rich-| Smelser, Ishem far 4£ miles s e Centerville, 
mond. Center tp. 



Simpson, Sarah — widow — res 1J miles s 
Hillsboro', Franklin tp. 

Simpson, Miss Susan res with Robert Simp- 
son, Richmond. 

Sinex, Charles foreman S. Sinex's boiler 
shop res near the shop, e depot, Richmond. 
Serve. 1 in the Mexican war. 

Sinex, Miss Martha res with Samuel Sinex, 
Richmond. 



Smelser, Jacob, sr., far s s West road, 
3 miles w Boston, Boston tp. 

Smelser, Jacob, jr., far2i miles s w Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Smelser, James far ss Nat. road, near State 
line, 4 miles e Richmand, Wayne tp. 

Smelser, John T. saddler n s Newcastle 
road, Williamsburg. 

Smith, Aaron, painter res with Rev. Chas. 
Sinex, Samuel proprietor Quaker City Ma- W. Smith, Richmond— Soldier. 
chine Shops w s Washington Avenue, n rail- Smith, Abraham far 1\ miles s e Dalton, 
road, vi's s w cor Sixth and Main, Richmond. Dalton tp. 

Sinex. Samuel, jun. notion store s w cor SMITH, Miss ADA T. res with Sarah 
Sixth and Main, res same, Richmond. Smith, Richmond. 



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J. W. Plummer. E. C. Kelly. 

PLUMMEE & KELLY, 



"WIIOLiE.^iA.Il.JE & HETA.IH. 




S. W. Corner Main and Pearl Streets, 

BIGEDKOID, ISDIAMA. 



Smith, Alice 'P.—ividow Dr. Wm. B.—res w 
s Park, Richmond. 

SMITH, ANDREW J. far Washington 
tp, 4 miles s w Centerville. 

Smith, Benjamin far res with Geo. Smith, 
Center tp. 

Smith, Benjamin hrick-mason res n s Har- 
rison, bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

SMITH, CHARLES G.-Brown Sr Smilh- 
bds 32 North Sixth, Richmond. 

Smith, Charles S. carp s s South Market, 
bet Washington and Pearl, Ha^erstown. 

SMITH, "Rev. CHARLES \V. preacher 
in charge of Milton Mission, United Breth- 
ren Church, res n e cor Tenth and Main. 
Richmond. 

Smith, David H. blacksmith res n s College, 
bet Washington and Pearl, Hagerstown — 
Soldier. 

SMITH, DAVID far 2 miles s e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

SMITH, DAVID S. far w s Cambridge 
and Winchester pike, 2 miles n Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Smith, David far res with Andrew J.Smith, 
Washington tp. 

Smith, Elda A. — widoio Aaron B. — res n s 
Cumberland bet Foundry and Milton sts, 
Dublin. 

Smith, Edward teamster res Abington. 

Smith, Elihu, far res s s Economy and Wil- 
liamsburg road 1 mile e Economy, Perry tp. 

SMITH, EZRA— Ezra Smith £ Co.— res 
w s Sixth bet Broadway and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

Smith, Ezra <& Co. — E.S. <j- James Smith — 
sash, blind and door manuf s n e cor Sixth 
and Walnut, Richmond. 

Smith, Francis res es Main Cross bet Wal- 
nut and Spice, Centerville. 

SMITH, FREEMAN far on farm owned 
by John P. Smith 2 miles n w Centerville, 
Center tp. 

SMITH, GEORGE far Abington tp. w s 



Liberty pike 6 miles s Richmond 2 miles e 
Abington. 

Smith, George cooper res w s Perry bet 
Clay and Madison, Hagerstown. 

Smith, George far Center tp 3 miles n w 
Richmond. 

SMITH, GEORGE W. far w s Conners- 
ville and Milton pike 4£ miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Smith, Henry cabinet maker near Williams' 
burg. 

Smith, Henry far res with Christian Gin- 
gerich. Washington tp. 

Smith, Henry carp res s s Spring bet Green 
and Washington, Richmond. 

Smith, Hiram far res with Samuel Smith, 
Jackson tp. 

SMITH, ISAAC H.— Orull $ Smith— e s 
New Castle pike n s Dublin — Soldkr. 

Smith, Jacob far s s C. & G. E. Railroad lh 
miles s e Washington, Clay tp. 

Smith, James — Ezra Smith fy Go. — res 46 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Smith, James far 1 mile e Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Smith, James furniture dealer n e cor Perry 
and Walnut, res same, Hagerstown. 

Smith, James M. carp res w s Sixth, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Smith, James S. wagon maker res s s Nat. 
road, bet Cambridge and Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Smith, James T. painter res s s South 
Fourth, bet Foote and Green, Cambridge — 
Soldier. 

SMITH, JAMES W. teller Citizens' Bank 
res with Mrs. Martha Smith, Richmond. 

SMITH, JOHN butcher res e s South 
High, Richmond — Soldit r. 

Smith, John carp res s s Nat. road, 1 mile 
w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Smith, John tailor res s s North Front, bet 
Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Smith, John lab res Sevastopol. 

Smith, John miller res w s Elm, bet Har- 
rison and North Market, Hagerstown. 



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Smith, John lab res with Tady Gorman, 
Kiel] mond — Soldier. 

Smith, John A. post master res n s Rail 
road st., bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

Smith, John B. far 2h miles s e Richmond 
Wayne tp. 

Smith, John K. far 1 mile n e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Smith, John P. far 1\ miles n w Center- 
ville, Cente-r tp. 

SMITH, JOHN P.— Va?meman, Reid $ 
Co. — far s s Nat. road, 1 mile w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Smith, John R. far res on Williamsburg 
road, h mile w Hillsboro' and Richmond pike, 
Franklin tp. 

SMITH. JOSEPH L. mach res with Mrs. 
E. Jones, Richmond — Soldier. 

Smith, Job far 4£ miles n e Hagerstown. 

Smith, Miss Julia milliner with Mrs. M. F. 
Moodie, bds with Aaron Smith, West Rich- 
mond. 

Smith, Lafayette far w s Greensfork, 3 
miles n Williamsburg; Green tp. 

Smith. Levi far s s Main, bet Chestnut 
and Center, Cambridge. 

Smith, Lewis lab res e s Newport pike, n 
city limits, Richmond. 

SMITH, LEWIS blacksmith res 2 J miles 
n w Washington, Clay tp. — Soldier*. 

Smith, Miss Lizzie res with John A. Smith 
Cambridge. 

Smith, Miss Maria res with Samuel Bell 
Jefferson tp. 

Smith, Miss Margaret res with Nicholas 
Smith, Abington tp. 

Smith, Margaret inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

Smith, Martha — widow Sidney — res w s Ma 
rion bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Smith, Martha — wife of Lewis, soldier — res 
11 miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 

Smith, Miss Martha res with Levi Harter, 
Dalton tp. 

Smith, Miss Mary milliner e s Fifth b*?t 
Mulberry and Sassafras res same, Richmond. 

Smith, Mary — widow Samuel — res 4J miles 
n e Hagerstown. Jefferson tp. 

Smith, Miss Mary res with Mrs Martha 
Smith, Richmond. 

Smith, Miss Mary res with Samuel Smith, 
Jackson tp. 

Smith, Mary — coVd — res w s South High, 
Richmond. 

Smith, Miss Mary E. res with David Lough, 
Wayne tp. 

Smith, Michael inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

Smith, Miss Mollie res with W. D. Smith, 
Green tp. 

Smith, Nancy —widow William — 2 \ miles 
n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

SMITH, NICHOLAS far and dealer in 



slate rooting, \\ miles w Liberty pike, \ mile fax, New Garden tp. 



e Abington, 8 miles s w Richmond, Abing- 
ton tp. 

Smith, Oliver far 2 miles n Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Smith, Perry H. far with David Smith, sr. 
Smith, Peter res with Nelson Crow, Boston 
tp. 

Smith, Peter far e s Dalton pike, Dalton 
tp., 3£ miles n Hagerstown. 

Smith, Miss Rettie res with Jas. M. Levis- 
ton, Richmond 

Smith, Robert far 4£ miles n e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Smith, Rufus C. painter s e cor Perry and 
Walnut res s s College w Washington, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Smith, Samuel far e s Cambridge and Fran- 
lin pike, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Smith, Samuel J. lab res n s Railroad, bet 
Walnut and Jones, Cambridge. 

Smith, SuTRh—rvidow Nathaniel—re?, 51 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

Smith, Susan— widow David— res with Rebec- 
ca Bond. 

Smith, Thomas J. far res with Andrew J. 
Smith, Washington tp. 

SMITH, THOMPSON far n s Greensfork 
pike, 2 miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Smith, T. W. broom-maker n s Cumberland, 
bet Foundry and Milton, res same, Dublin. 

Smith, William far res on farm owned by 
J. M. Esteli. 1 mile e Centerville. Center tp. 

Smith. William lab on Levi Hunt's farm, 
Abington tp. 

Smith, William D. far e s Bloomingport 
pike, 3 miles e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Smith, William H. lab refugee from For- 
syth Co., N. C, res with William Modlin. 

Smith, William R. far 1 mile w Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Smith, William— coVd~\&h res with Lydia 
Wallace, Richmond. 

Smith, Yates far J mile w Fairfax, Center tp. 

Smithmier, Joseph carp res e s Green, bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Smithmier, L. Antony carp n e cor Walnut 
and Green, res same, Richmond. 

Smitson. Catharine res with Elizabeth 
Smitson, Wayne tp. 

Smitson. Edward T. far with Elizabeth 
Smitson, Wayne tp. 

SMITSON, ELIZABETH-mAn/; James 
res 4^ miles n Richmond, Wayne tp 

Smitson, Miss Elizabeth res with Mrs. Eliz- 
abeth Smitson, Wayne tp. 

Smitson, Margaret res with Elizabeth Smit- 
son, Wayne tp. 

Smitson Moses S. far with Elizabeth Smit- 
son, Wayne tp, 

Smoker, Hiram res with Miss Sarah Smoker, 
Abington tp. 

Smoker, Miss Sarah res £ mile s Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Smothers, Wm. — cold — far £ mile w Fair- 



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B. WICKETT & CO., 



Comprising a general assortment of 

Cutlery, Japan, Tin, Wood anil Willow-ware, 

BROOMS, BRUSHES, €OMBS, &€., 

— ALSO — 

Childrens' Carriages, Booking Horses, Traveling and Ladies' Work Baskets, 
Bird Cages, feather Dusters, &c, 

Besides many other Articles indispensable to Housekeeping. 
NO. 13 MAIK STREET, 



RICHMOND, 



INDIANA. 



Smoyer, Daniel shoemaker Ms with John 
Pitman, Richmond. 

Snavely, Martin plasterer res n s Main, 
Germantown. 

Snediker, Garret M. res 4 miles w Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Sneller, Matthew lab res e s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Snider, Emanuel far 2 miles s w "Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Snodgrass, "William far If miles s w Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. 

Snow, Ezra N. grocer 95 Main res n s Main 
bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Snow. James L. a°;t. for fodder cutter res e 
s "Washington bet "Walnut and Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Snow, John inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Snow, Rachel — ividoio — res with Daniel 
"Whiteley, Washington tp. 

Snuffer, Catharine res with Thomas Mc- 
Comaha, Center tp. 

Snyder, Aaron far 1 \ miles n w Richmond, 
"Wayne tp. 

Snyder, Miss Anna M. res with Samuel 
Snyder, Jackson tp. 

Snyder, Miss Catharine res with F. V. 
Snyder, Centerville. 

Snyder, Frederick V. retired res n s Main 
bet First and Second, Centerville. 

Snyder, George H. planer at Spring found- 
ry res 71 South Marion, Kichmond. 

Snyder, Henry grocer n s Main, German- 
town. 

Snyder, John far e s Centerville pike 1J 
miles n w Abington, Abington tp. 

Snyder, John teamster res w s Milton n 
Harrison, Dublin. 

Snyder, John H. A. engineer res Marion 
between Sycamore and Mill, Kichmond. 

Snvder, Miss Lizzie res with John Snyder, 
Dubl'in. 

Snyder, Samuel cooper res n s Main, Ger- 
mantown. 



SNYDER, W. M.far res with Aaron Sny- 
der, W T ayne tp. 

Sohnlen, Debolt boiler maker res e s Ma- 
rion, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Somers, Miss Barbara res with Jacob Fred- 
eric, Jefferson tp. 

Sooy, Thomas boots and shoes w s Main 
Cross, bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Sortwell, M. J. — widow Norman — tailoress 
res n s Main, bet Fifth and Sixth. ' ichmond. 

Satcher, Beulah — widow Robert — dress- 
maker w s Pearl, bet Main and Walnut, res 
same, Richmond. 

Sour. Adam lab res s e cor Conley and 
South, Richmond. 

Sourbeer, Christian S. far res with Michael 
Sourbeer, Washington tp. 

Sourbeer, Miss Elmira res with Michael 
Sourbeer, Washington tp. 

Sourbeer, Michael far 4 miles n e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Souders, Henry J. painter n e cor Perry 
and Walnut, res with James Smith, Hagers- 
town. 

SOWERS, HENRY M. far res German- 
town. 

Sowers, Jacob far res n s Main, German- 
town. 

Sowers, Jacob cooper res Germantown. 

Sowers, Michael far 1 mile n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Sowers, William cattle dealer res n s Main, 
East Cambridge. 

Spader, John barber res with Jacob Theis, 
Ri c h mon d — Soldier. 

SPAHR, JOSEPH far e s Pleasant Valley 
pike, 4 miles n w Abington, Abington tp. 

SPALDING, S. R— Stomps $ Spalding— 
res w s Front, bet Main and Spring, Kich- 
mond. 

SPANGLE R, ADAM shoemaker res with 
Samuel Spangler, Milton. 

Spangler, John W. far £ mile w Milton, 
[Washington tp. 



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WATNE COUNTY 



Spangler, Miss Louisa res with J. W. 
Spangler. 

Spangler, Samuel briekmason res n e cor 
•Connersville and Cherry, Milton. 

SPAHKS, SIMON foreman in Robinson 
machine works res n s Main, bet Washington 
and Front, Richmond. 

Sparks, Miss Jane bds with Z. A. Nye, 
Richmond. 

Sparks, Samuel mach res n s Main, bet 
Front and "Washington, Richmond. 

Sparks, W. W. cooper res with D. Craig, 
Richmond. 

Sparklan, Samuel res Franklin tp - Soldier. 

Sparklan, William engineer res Hillsboro 
— Soldier. 

Sparrow, Charles— coVd— brakesman on rail- 
road, res with Harrison Medlind, Richmond. 

Speaks, Margaret res with J. V. Haler. 

Speaks, Rhoda — widow Thomas— seamstress. 

SPEALMAN, JOSEPH far l\ miles n e 
Williamsburg, Green tp — Soldier. 

SPEAR, A.— Spear # Harris— bds at Ed. 
Myers', Centerville. 

SPEAK & HARRIS-^. S. Jr J. M. H.~ 
blacksmiths s s Main, bet First and Second, 
Centerville. 

Spelling, John tailor res 61 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

SPENCE, AM ANDA-m/e Jacob, soldier 
— res German town. 

Spencer, Charles far w s Greensfork, 2 
miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Spencer, Clark far res l\ miles n w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Spencer, E. L. coach maker res s s Main, 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge — Soldier. 

Spencer, E. 0. engineer w s Pearl, bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Spencer, Jonah far res with Samuel Spen- 
cer. 

SPENCER, LAURA F.— wife Edwin, sol- 
dier — res s s Main, bet Walnut and Jones, 
Cambridge. 

Spencer, Mary E. — widow George W. — res 
* w cor Perry and Clay, Ha^erstown. 

SPENCER, NATHAN "far n s Milton 
and Abington road, 5 miles s e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Spencer, Samuel far on farm owned by 
William Davenport, ^ mile s Boston, Boston 

Spencer, Sarah — widow David — res East 
Cambridge. 

Spencer, W. J. elk with H. Mather, res n e 
cor Walnut and Plum, Hagerstown. 

SPERLING, LEONARD— J. Schumann 
$ Co. — res e s Franklin s of Market, Rich- 
mond. 

Spencer, Miss Susan res with Clark Spen- 
cer, Franklin tp. 

Spidle, Abram engineer res e s Ninth bet 
Broadway and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Spillard, Hannah M. — widow — boards with 
L. Si.. Willets, Harrison tp. I 



Spinning, Mary A. — widow Wm. F. — res s 
s Main bet Fifth and Franklin, Richmond. 

Spittle, James J. coppersmith res e s Wash- 
ington bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

SPITTLE, JOSEPH grocer e s Marion 
bet Main and Walnut opp post office res e s 
Franklin bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

Spittle, Thomas mach res with James J. 
Spittle, Richmond. 

Spittler, Elizabeth — widoiv Jonathan — res 
3 J miles n e Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Spittler, George far res with Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Spittler, Jackson tp. 

SPITLER, SILAS far f mile n Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Spohr, Miss Barbara A. res with John 
Spohr, Dalton tp. 

Spohr, John far e s Dalton pike 1 mile s 
Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Spohr, Miss Rebecca res with John Spohr, 
Dalton tp. 

SPONSLER, ALANSON far n s Hagers- 
town and New Covington pike 1 mile w Ha- 
gerston, Jefferson tp. 

Spradlin, Louis W. far 2 J n e Dalton, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Spradlin, Wright far 2J miles n e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

SPRATT, T. B. eating house in the pas- 
senger depot res n w cor Pearl and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

SPRIGG, ELI D. township trustee, notary 
public and ins agt office township library 
building res s s Railroad bet Walnut and. 
Jones, Cambridge. 

Spurbeck, Jenetta — widow — res with Rev. 
Charles W. Smith, Richmond. 

Squires, Giles M. far res with Thomas M. 
Squires. 

Squires, John far n s Washington and 
Economy pike 2 J miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Squires, Miss Julia res with Thomas M. 
Squires. 

Squires, Thomas M. far n s Washington 
and Economy pike 2 J miles n w Washington, 
Clay tp. 

Stack, Levin blacksmith Union refugee res 
with J. Beard, h ichmond. 

Stack, Mary C. res with Jesse M. Hutton, 
Richmond. 

Stack, Robert far on David Sands' farm, 
Wayne tp. 

Stafford, John confectioner 34 Main bds 
with James V. Swope, t ichmond. 

Staley, Henry agt. for looms res n s Main 
bet Marion and Franklin, Richmond. 

STALEY, Mrs. E. variety store 72 Main 
res same, I ichmond. 

Stallo, Mary F. — widow Lewis — res 87 
South Marion, Richmond. 

STALINGS, MARTHA A.— wife Miles- 
soldier — res e s Dublin n s Nat. road, Jack- 
son tp. 



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No. 48 MAIN STREET, (Gilbert Building,) 

RICHMOND, IND. 



Stamhle, Adolphus fur e s Fort Waynel Stanley, Thomas E. res with Thomas Stan- 
and Jacksonhurg road 3 J miles n e Hagers-ley, New Garden tp. 



town, Jefferson tp 

STAMBAUGH, EVA— widow Solomon— 
res w s Cambridge and Simon's Creek pike 2f 
miles n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Stambaugh, Miss Isabella res with Eva 
Stambaugh, Jackson tp 

Sfcambaugh, Philip far 2 miles n w Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Stamm, Ana K 
Jefferson tp. 



Stanley, Miss Victoria Ann res with Thos. 
Stanley, New Garden tp. 

Stanley, William C. dentist, office and res 
n s Cumberland St., e end, Dublin. 

Stanlery, Polly A. res toll-gate, Washing- 
ton and Hagerstown pike, 1 \ miles w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Stanlery, Miss Sarah E. res with Polly A. 
res with John Stamm, Stanlery. 

I Stanton, Miss Alabama res with C. W. 



S iiu:ii. Henry tar res with John Stamm, Ferguson, Richmond. 
Jefferson tp. Stanton, Daniel retired res s s Maple, w 

Stamm. John far n s Co. road 2 miles s ejDublin. 
Hagerstown. Jefferson tp. I Stanton, Edward painter ss Newport pike, 

far w s Cambridge andU miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 



Franklin pike 3 miles s w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Stamm, Simon lab res with Samuel Stamm, 
Jefferson tp. 

St. Andrews Catholic school s e cor Syca- 
more and Pearl, Richmond. 

Stanfory, Wm. mach res f mile w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

STANLEY, AARON retired res s w cor 
Pearl and Washington, Richmond. 

Stanley, Dan'l far \ mile e Boston tpke 3| 
miles s e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Stanley, Jesse W. far on farm owned by 
Curtis Parks, 2 miles e Boston, Boston tp. 

Stanley, Levi far 1£ miles n w Boston, 
Boston tp. 

Stanley, Miss Mary Jane res with Thomas 
Stanley, New Garden tp. 

Stanley, Miss Mary res with Jonathan Mor- 
ris, Harrison tp. 

STANLEY. MATILDA— widow James— 
n s Main, Williamsburg. 

Stanley, Naomi J. res with John Rogers, 
Wayne tp. 

Stanley, Miss Prudence res with Joseph 
Copeland, Dublin. 

Stanley, Thomas far 3 miles n Newport, 
New Garden tp. 



Stanton, Elizabeth res Newport. 

Stanton, James molder res w s Green, Rich- 
mond. 

Stanton, John cooper, Newport. 

Stanton, John lab res w s Ninth, n rail- 
road, Richmond. 

Stanton, Patrick lab res w s Washington, 
n Main, Richmond. 

Stanton, Patrick blacksmith res s w cor 
Washington and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Stanton, Sarah C. res with John Stanton, 
Newport. 

Starbuck, John far 3 miles s w Hillsboro', 
Franklin tp. 

STARBUCK, JOHN S. far l£ miles n e 
Milddleboro, Franklin tp. 

STARBUCK, NANCY - wife John W., 
soldier res 1 mile e Bethel, Franklin tp. 

Starbuck, Paul far 4 miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Starbuck, William far res f mile s Econo- 
my and Williamsburg road, leaving said 
road 2h miles s e Economy, Perry tp. 

Stark, Mrs. Clara -widow Augustus mil- 
liner res n s Main, bet Front and Pearl, 
Richmond. 

STARR, BENJAMIN stock-dealer res e 



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s Tenth, bet Vine and Noble, Eichmond — 
Soldier. 

STAEE, CHABLES, carriage maker res 
w s Newport pike, 1 mile n Eichmond. 

Starr, Elizabeth widow Charles W. — re? n 
w cor Seventh and Vine, Eichmond. 

STAEE, IE A tar l\ miles w Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Starr, Jacob far 2 miles e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

STAEE, JAMES M. gas works n s Main, 
w Green ; office s s Main, bet Marion and 
Pearl, Eichmond ; res n s C. & G. E. E. E., 1 
mile n w Eichmond. Wayne tp. 

STAEE, JAMES S.—Henly, Strattan £ 
Oo. — res w s Newport pike, 1 mile n Eich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

STAEE, JESSE far J mile w Williams- 
burg pike, 3 miles n w Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

Starr, John teamster res e s Front, bet 
Mill and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

STAEE, WILLIAM C. cattle dealer res 
e s Ninth, bet Broadway and Mulberry, Eich- 
m on d — Soldier. 

States, Miss Martha teacher res with E. A 
Griffith, Milton. 

STATTS, 0. P. far n s Eichmond and 
Williamsburg pike, 6 miles n w Centerville. 

Staufer, Jacob far 1\ miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

STAUPFEE, JOHN A. carp res n s Nat. 
road, East Cambridge — Soldier. 

Stauffer, Miss Nancy res with Jacob White, 
Cambridge. 

Steele, Eliza — widow John — res Boston. 

Steelman, Elisba A. cooper res Washing- 
ton. 

Steffey, Miss Emma res with John Steffey, 
Jackson tp. 

Steffey, Homer res with John W. Steffey, 
Pennville. 

Steffey, George res with John Steffey, Jack- 
son tp. 

Stetfey, John W. far Pennville, Jackson 
tp. 

Steftey, Miss Martha res with John Steffey, 
Jackson tp. 

Steffey, Miss Mary res with John Steffey, 
Jackson tp. 

Steffey, Miss Sarah res with John Steffey, 
Jackson tp. 

Stegall, Allanson far w s Williamsburg 
pike 3 miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Stegall, Jeremiah blacksmith res with 
James Conner, Eichmond. 

Steiner, Frank butcher bds with F. M. 
Shipley, Eichmond. 

Steincamp, Henry plasterer res s s Nat. 
road | mile e Eichmond. 

STEINS, WILLIAM carp res w s Fifth 
bet Walnut and Market, Eichmond — Soldier. 
Stelward, Uavid lab res Washington. 
STEPHENS. C. S. far 2\ miles e Wash- 
ington, Center tp. 



Stephens David far \ mile w Dalton, Hal- 
ton tp. 

Stephens Isaac M. F. blacksmith and 
stock dealer, res Abington. 

STEPHENS, ISAIAH— Bell £ Stephens— 
res e s Foundry, Dublin. 

Stephens, Thomas B. blacksmith shop and 
res Abington. 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM far e s Conners- 
ville and Centerville road b\ miles s e Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Stephenson, Anna res with Cyrus E. Gates,. 
Eichmond. 

Stephens, John O. lab with J. Showalter, 
Wayne tp. 

Stephenson, N. P. teacher res with T. G. 
Stephenson, Newport. 

Stephenson, T. G. broom-maker, Newport. 

Steth, J. W. — cold— blacksmith, Newport. 

Stephens, Armsted far res with Spencer 
Stevens, Abington tp. 

Stevens, Cynthia — widow Robert — 2\ miles 
n Abington, Abington tp. 

Stevens. Ephraim M. brick mason res w » 
Eighth bet South and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Stevens, Isam far w s Centerville and Ab- 
ington pike 2| miles n w Abington, Abing- 
ton tp. 

STEVENS, JOHN Superintendent _ of 
Wayne Co. Asylum res at Asylum 1J miles 
w Centerville, Center tp. 

Stevens, Jacob E. far res with Eobert Ste- 
vens, Abington tp. 

Stevens, Miss Martha res with Spencer 
^'tevens, Abington tp. 

Stevens, Miss Mary res with Isam Stevens, 
Abington tp. 

Stevens, Nancy — widow Ezekiel — res s 8 
Main, East Cambridge. 

Stevens, Eobert far 2 miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Stevens, Sampson far 2 miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Stevens, Sanford far res with Isam Stevens, 
Abington tp. 

Stevens, Spencer far res with Sampson Ste- 
vens, Abington tp. 

Stevens, Spencer far 3J miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

STEVENS, T. L. carp res s s Plum bet? 
Main Cross and First, Centerville. 

STEVENS, WALTEE G. far e s Center- 
ville and Williamsburg tpke 3£ miles n Cen- 
tervill, Center tp. 

Stevens, William H. shoemaker res n s 
Walnut bet Ash and Spruce, Centerville. 

Stevenson, Allen W. far 2 miles s Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Stevenson Charles C. mach bds with James 
B. Stevenson, Eichmond. 

Stevenson, Elizabeth A. — ividow Thomas — 
res Abington. 

STEVENSON, GEO. W. far e s Liberty 
pike, Boston tp. 3.} miles s Eichmond. 

Stevenson, Hugb far 1J miles w Hillsboro, 



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CRANE & MARSHALL, 




Jtanufactitrers of 


CIDER 


and TTCPOEG-.i4Jtt. 




—ALSO— 


HOMINY, 


CORN MEAL, FEED, &C. 


MILTON, 

ORDE 


INDIANA. 


RS PROMPTLY FILLED. 

. 



Franklin tp. Mr. Stevenson is a native of 
Pennsylvania, and was a soldier in the war 
of 1812. 

Stevenson, James retired res s w cor Sixth 
and Vine, Richmond. 

Stevenson, Miss Jane res with Sarah Ste- 
venson, Boston tp. 

Stevenson, Miss Martha A. res with Geo. 
W. Stevenson, Boston tp. 

Stevenson, Sarah — widow Joseph — e s Lib- 
erty pike, Boston tp, 3 miles s Richmond. 

Stevenson, Miss Sarah A. res With William 
C. Stevenson. 

STEVENSON, THOMAS R. res s s Mill, 
het Front and Pearl. Richmond — Soldier. 

Stevenson, Vincent far e s Liberty pike, 
Boston tp. 3 miles s Richmond. 

Stevenson, William far res 1} miles w 
Hillsboro', Franklin tp. 

Ste^ver, John H. carp res w s Marion, bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Steward, James A. carp Washington. 

STEWART, JAMES tar f mile w Union 
pike, 4.V miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Stewart, J. Milton far 4i miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. — Soldier. 

Stibbens, E. far 2£ miles s w Bethel, Frank- 
lin tp. 

Stibbens, J. R. res Main st., Bethel. 

STIDHAM, JONAS L. far 2 J miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Stidham. Sarah — widow — mother of the la- 
mented Major Joseph S. Stidham, res 3 miles 
s w Hillsboro', Franklin tp. 

STIDHAM, WILLIAM far res 3 miles s 
w Hillsboro', 1 mile w Chester and Arba 
pike. 

Stiens, Bernhardt clothier s s Main, bet 
Marion and Franklin, res e s Pearl, bet South 
and Mill, Richmond. 

Stiens, Caspar shoemaker s w cor Mill and 
Pearl, res w s Marion, bet Sycamore and 
Market, Richmond. 

Stiere, Deborah A. student Earlham, res 
Richmond. 



STIENS. J. B. tailor 73 Main, res e s 
Pearl, bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Stigelman, George W. painter, Washing- 
ton. 

STIGGLEMAN, HENRY es Centerville 
ami Williamsburg pike, 2| miles e Washing- 
ton, Center tp. 

Stiggleman, John far 78 years old, 2 J miles 
e Washington, Center tp. 

Stiggleman, Lewis H. miller at Relief Mills 
s s Boston pike, Boston tp. 3} miles s e Rich- 
mond. 

Stiggleman, Susannah — widow Philip-^rea 
li miles n e Abington, Abington tp. 

Stiles. Frank lab res w s Perry bet Walnut 
and s Market, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Still well. James R. minister res s s Plum 
bet First and Second, Centerville. 

Stinson, Aaron far 2J miles w Abington, 
A-bington tp. 

STINSON, AARON J. cooper s s Main 
bet Third and Fourth res the same, Center- 
ville. 

Stinman, Frederick miller res n s Walnut 
bet Brook and Cherry, Milton. 

Stinson, George W. far 2 J miles w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

STOBAUGH, FRANK res with Ira 
Pritchard, Cambridge— Soldier. 

Stock, Jacob wagonmaker res e s Franklin 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Stoddard, George — Mojfait $ Stoddard — res 
Foot st., Cambridge 

Stoker, John J. carp res Sevastopol. 

Stokes, Henry lab res s s Pork bet Green 
and Jones, Cambridge. 

Stokes, James lab res with Henry Stokes, 
Cambridge. 

Stokes, Jane — widow Benjamin— res with 
Thomas Dugdale, Richmond. 

Stokes, John E salesman with D. B. Craw- 
ford bds with Lydia Stokes, Richmond. 

Stokes, Lydia widow Alexander — res e s 
Franklin bet Mulberry and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Stokes, Miss Mollie res with Lydia Stokes, 
Richmond. 

Stokes, Miss Sarah res with Lydia Stokes, 
Richmond. 

Stokes, Whitman lab res Cumberland bet 
Jackson and Davis, Dublin. 

Stoll, Charles bologna sausage maker w s 
Pearl bet Main and Walnut res the same, 
Richmond. 

Stoll, Henry carp, Germantown. 
Stomm, Jacob carp res n s county road, 3 
miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Stomm, Samuel far n s county road, 3 
miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

STOMPS, FKANTZ-^oiw^s # Spalding 
— res 96 South Fifth Eichmond. 

STOMPS & SPALDING— Frantz S. 
g jl. S.— stoves & tin-ware n s Main, bet 
Front and Pearl, Kichmond. 

Stone, Melissa res with Martha Cates. 
Stonebraker r Adam retired res with Isaac 
Stonebraker, Jefferson tp. 

STONEBEAKEE & BEITMBACK— I. 
H. S. $ I. B. — butchers e s Perry, bet Main 
and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Stonebraker, Isaac far w s West Eiver, 1 
mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Stonebraker, Jane ividoiv George -res s w 
cor Washington and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

STONEBEAKEE, J. H. eclectic physi- 
cian n s Main, bet Chestnut and Center, Cam- 
bridge. 

Stonebraker, John elk res with Jane Stone- 
braker, Hagerstown. 

STONEBRAKEE, JOSEPH H. Grocer 
and boots & shoes Commercial Building, Ha- 
gerstown. 

STONEBEAKEE, WILLIAM— Beck $ 
Stonebra/ur—Tes n e cor Washington and 
South Market, Hagerstown. 

Stonebrink, Mary — widow John — res e s 
Boston tpke, opp Fair Frounds, Eichmond. 

Stonecipher, John far £ mile n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

STONECIPHEE, JOSEPH far 1 mile n 
w Milton, Washington tp. 

Stonecipher, Nathan far 4 miles n Cam- 
bridge, Jackson tp. 

Stonestreet, Thomas res e s Main Cross 
Centerville. 

Stopher, John carp res with David Hebbel 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Storck, John shoemaker res Germantown. 
Stout, James M. res w s Fifth, bet Market 
and Sycamore, Eichmond. 

Stout, Joshua — refugee — lab res with Wm 
Test, Jefferson tp. 

Stout, Oliver far s w s Hagerstown and 
Newcastle pike, lj miles w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Strain, S. O. lab res with W. P. Eatliff 
Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Strain, William H. carp res w s Tenth st. 
? /w*uares n rail-road, Richmond. 



Strate, Edith — widow — res with H. Steven- 
son, Franklin tp. 

Strattan, Abram S. traveling agt bds with 
J. P. Strattan, Eichmond. 

STEATTON, BENJAMIN retired res 3 
miles e Eichmond, Wayne tp. 

STEATTAN, DANIEL B. blacksmith n 
w cor Cliff and Ft. Wayne Avenue, res w a 
Eighth, bet Main and Broadway, Eichmond. 

Strattan, Eliza— widow Daniel — res e s 
Main Cross, bet Water and North Center- 
ville. 

Strattan, Elwood H. cl'k res with J. P. 
Strattan, Eichmond. 

Strattan, Miss Emma milliner res with 
Mrs. M. E. Bradbury, Eichmond. 

Strattan, Miss Hannah res with Mrs. Eliza 
Strattan, Centerville. 

Strattan, Joseph — Henly, Strattan Jf Co. — ■ 
res with Samuel Henly, Eichmond. 

STEATTAN, JOSEPH H. far 3 miles e 
Eichmond, s s Nat. road, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Strattan, Joseph M. painter res with J. P. 
Strattan, Eichmond — Soldier. 

Strattan, Joseph P. boarding-house s e cor 
Pearl and Spring, Eichmond. 

Strattan, Miss Lydia J. res with J. P. 
Strattan, Eichmond. 

STEATTAN, SAMUEL F. eoach painter 
res with Simri Strattan, Eichm'ond. 

STEATTAN, SIMEI shoemaker e s 
Franklin, bet Main and Spring, res 69 South 
Pearl, Eichmond. 

STEATTAN, S. S. carriage and wagon 
maker n w cor Ft. Wayne Avenue and Cliff 
st., res n s Franklin, bet Spring and Sassa- 
fras, Eichmond. 

Strawbridge, Benjamin pattern maker res 
56 North Sixth, Eichmond. 

Strawbridge, David far near Ohio State 
line 5 miles n e Eichmond. 

Strawbridge, David pattern maker res with 
B. Strawbridge, Eichmond. 

Strawbridge, Eebecca — -widow Jotcph B. — 
res e s E. & H. pike 4 miles n Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

STEAWBEIDGE, THOMAS C. far \ 
mile w Hillsboro pike 4 miles n Eichmond, 
Wayne tp. 

STEAWBEIDGE, WM.— Strawbridge $ 
Robinson <,— miller res with Eebecca Straw- 
bridge, Wayne tp. 

Strayer, Michael butcher n s Main bet 
Main Cross and Spruce, res e s Main Cros9 
bet Water and North, Centerville.. 

Strayer, Hiram shoemaker res s s Main bet 
Third and Fourth, Centerville. 

Strayer, John tailor res e 8 Main Cross s 
Main, Centerville. 

Street, Charles M. far res 22 North Frank- 
lin, Eichmond. 

Street, Louis soap and candle manuf s end 
Pearl w s res n s Main bet Ninth and Tenth, 
■Richmond. 



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ASSETS, May ist, 1865, over 



$4,000,000. 



AJfNUAL DIVIDEND, 50 PER CENT. 



THE IV E W YORK 




%lu Mtb §>wl $Ht immmtt HattigsMty 

Is one of the oldest institutions of the kind in America, having been chartered in the year 
1841, and commenced business in May, 1845. 

During the twenty years of its existence, it has issued policies upon the lives of more than 
thirty thousand persons, and has paid in losses $3,000,000 to the families and representatives 
of those who have deceased while members of the Company. 

Policies. 

This Company originated and was the first to bring before the public the Ten-Year Non- 
Forfeiture Plan, which has so fully commended itself to the judgment of thinking men, that 
it has become the most popular mode of assurance ; and is rapidly superseding the old method 
of life-long payment. It has received the unqualified approval of the best business-men of the 
land, large numbers of whom have taken out policies under it simply as an investment. 

By the Table on which this class of Policies is based, a person incurs no risk in taking out 
a policy. Insuring to-day for $10,000, if he dies to-morrow the $10,000 immediately becomes 
a claim ; and if he lives ten years, and makes ten annual payments, his policy is paid up — 
nothing more to pay, and still his dividends continue, making 

His Life Policy a Source of Income to him while living. 

The only argument of weight offered against Life Insurance is, that a party might pay in 
for a number of years, and then, by inadvertence, inability, &c, not be able to continue pay- 
ing, thereby losing all he had paid. The "jVeio York Life" has obviated this objection, by its 

TEN-YEAR NO N - FOR F E ITU R E PLAN. 

A party, by this table, after the second year, 

CAN NOT FORFEIT ANY PART OF WHAT HAS BEEN PAID IN. 

Thus, if one insuring by this plan for $10,000, discontinues after the second year, he is 
entitled to A PAID UP POLICY, according to the number of years paid in, viz : 

Second year, two-tenths of $10,000 (am'tins'd), am't'g to $2,000, with divid'donsame for life 
Third year, three-tenths of " " " 3,000, " " " 

Fourth year, four-tenths of " " " 4,000, " " " 

Fifth year, five-tenths of " " " 5,000, " " " 

And so on, until the tenth annual payment, when all is paid, and dividends still continue 

DURING THE LIFE-TIME OP THE ASSURED. 

^@*This feature, among others, has given to this Company a success unparalleled in the 
history of Life Insurance. 

H. CLAERKSON, General Agent for Eastern Indiana. 
Office: N. W. Cor. Main and Marion Sts., Richmond, Ind. 

AGENTS WANTED. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Strickland, Chas. H. commission merchan 
res s w cor Sixth and Broadway, Richmond 

Strickland, Frederic O. res with Chas. H 
."Strickland, Richmond. _ 

Strickland, Miss Lizzie res with Chas. H 
Strickland. 

STRICKLAND, R. J. editor and prop 
Cambridge City Journal n s Main bet Centei 
and Foot, Cambridge, res Centerville - Sol- 
dier. TT 

Strickler, Amos far 3 miles n e Hagerstown 

Jefferson tp. 

STRICKLER, DANIEL far 3 miles n w 
Waseington, Clay tp. 

Strickler, Lewis far 3£ miles e of Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Strickler, Miss Mary res with Daniel 
Strickler, Clay tp. 

Strode, James W. stock dealer res w s 
Main bet Plum and Washington, Hagers- 
town. 

Strode Mary — widoio. James — Dalton tp. 
e s West River pike 3 miles n e Hagerstown. 

Strode, Nathan W. far Dalton tp. es West 
River pike 3h miles n e Hagerstown. 

Strong, Charles R. mach res Dublin— Sol- 

Stubbs, Josiah res n e cor Pearl and Cliff, 
Richmond. 

Stubbs, Jonathan far res 3 miles s w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

[STUBBS, LEWIS D. justice of peace, 
atty and claim agt n e cor Main and Marion 
second story res s s Walnut bet Sixth and 
•Seventh, Richmond. 

Stuble, Franklin far res w s county road 2 J 
milcs s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Stuck, Harrison far n s Winchester and 
Washington road 3| miles w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

Stuck, Henry lab for Wm. Farmer, Green 

tp. ,-, 

Studer, John mach res s s Main bet Pearl 
and Front, Richmond. 

Studer, V. S. hoop, skirt manuf 13 J Main 
res the same, Richmond. 

Studford, Thomas lab res with James 
McGanghey, Hagerstown— Soldier. 

Study, Abel L. atty n e cor Main and 
Pearl second story bds at Huntington hse, 
Hichmond. 

Study, Miss Caroline res with W. Study. 

Green tp. 

Study, David far n s Economy road 2 \ 
miles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Study, Miss Eveline res with W. Study, 
Green tp. v 

STUDY, GEORGE W. far res Jos. Study, 
Green tp. 

STUDY, HENRY far fi s Williamsburg 
and Newcastle road 2 miles w Williamsburg 
Green tp. 

Study, Jesse blacksmith near Winchestei 
road 3 miles n w Williamsborg, Green tp. 



Study, John far n s Economy road 2| 

niles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Study, John W. far and teacher res 3| 
niles n w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Study, Joseph far n s Winchester and 
Washington road 2| miles n w Williamsburg, 
jlreen tp. 

Study, Miss Mary J. res with Henry Study, 
jreen tp. 

Study, Miss Martha M. res with Henry 
Study, Green tp. 

Study, Samuel furniture dealer w s Wash- 
ington bet Main and Walnut, Hagerstown. 

Study, Thomas J. atty bds at the Ham hse 
Centerville. 

Study, William far s s Williamsburg and 
Newcastle road 2 miles w Williamsburg, 
Green tp. 

STUDY, WILLIAM H.— Miller, Study $ 
Co. — res e s South Poplar, Economy. 

Stumbtjugh, Miss Lavina res with. Eva 
Stumbaugh, Jackson tp. 

Stump, Miss Margaret res with Eve Mul- 
len. 

Sudhoff Charles lab res n w cor Sycamore 
and Washington, Richmond. 

Sudhoff, Frederick lab res e s Front, bet 
Sycamore and Market, Richmond. 

Sudhoff, Henry lab res e s Washington, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Suffrain, Miss Catharine res e s Marion, 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Suffrain, Miss Ellen res e s Marion, bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Suffrain, Isaac retired res e s Marion, bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

SUFFRINS, JOHN hats & caps s s Main, 
bet Pearl and Marion, res n e cor Spring and 
Marion, Richmond. 

Sullivan, Calvin far 3 miles n w Richmond, 
W'ayne tp. 

Sullivan, Catharine — widow Morris — ress 
s North High, Richmond. 

Sullivan, Miss Elizabeth res with Calvin 
Sullivan, Wayne tp. 

Sullivan, Jane— wiooiv fieuben — res | mile 
n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Sullivan, Jemima- — widow res with 

Calvin Sullivan, Wayne tp. 

Sullivan, Jeremiah gardner res s s Main 
bet Cherry and Brook, Milton — Soldier. 

Sullivan, James far res with Jeremiah Sul- 
livan, Milton — Soldi' r. 

Sullivan, James lab res w s Tenth, n Rail- 
road, Richmond. 

Sullivan, John blacksmith res Clifton, near 
Richmond. 

Sullivan, John lab res Clifton. 

SULLIVAN, MADISON far f mile n 
Williamsburg pike, 3£ miles n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Sullivan, Miss Mary res with Mrs. Catha- 
rine Sullivan, Richmond. 

Sullivan, Patrick lab res n s South Second 
bet Jones and Walnut, Cambridge. 



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PSB&, 



CINCINNATI 



S». JS. nVEfiixa., fcot. 3^±ftl3. and SixtK Sits., 

Richmond, Indiana. 

^. 

Every descripiion of Silk and Woolen Goods dyed equal to any house East, and finished 

by Steam Cylinders. Ladies' and Gentlemen's AVearing Apparel renovated, and made 

to appear as new ; such as Crape, Broeha and Cashmere Shawls ; also, Cashmere, 

Merino and Silk Dresses. Crape Shawls colored all shades 

and every variety of colors. 



Sullivan, Miss Sarah res with Calvin Sul-i Swain, Mrs. Lida res s s Nat. road, West 
livan, "Wayne tp. Dublin. 

Sullivan, "William far res with Jeremiah; SWAIN, J. H. — Swain § Brown — res Eich- 
Sullivan, Milton. 'mond. 

Sulser, Miss Amanda res with Harrison SWAIN & BROWN— J. H. S. $ W. A. 
Sulser, Wayne tp. \B. — photographers 48 Main 2d story, Rich- 

Sulser, Garrison far w s Liberty pike Bos- mond. 
ton tp. 4| miles s Richmond. i SWAIN, LORENZO D. far 1 mile n e 

Sulser, Harrison far n s R. & L. C. pike 3 Economy, Perry tp- Soldier. 
miles s w Richmond, Wayne tp. | Swain, Miss Lucinda res with Mary Swain, 

Sulser, Hiram res e s Pearl bet Cliff and Economy. 
Sassafras, Richmond. Swain, Miss Maria writing teacher res with 

Sulser, James far w s Liberty pike Boston Lida Swain, Jackson tp. 
tp. 5 miles s Richmond. Swain, Mrs. Mary — widow Elihu — res e s 

Sulser, Miss Martha res with James Sulser, j North Poplar, Economy. 
Boston tp. SAVAIN, THOMAS far res 1 mile n e 

Summer, Charles cooper res e s Franklin 1 Economy, Perry t p. 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. | Swain, Thomas F. far 1^- miles e Williams- 

Sunderman, Adam H. stone mason, res e sfburg, Green tp. 
Liberty pike s Catholic cemetery, Richmond. SWALLOW, EPHRAIM physician n. s 

SUPLEE, HIRAM — Suplee $ Robertson- -Nat. road, 2£ miles e Germantown, Jackson 



res w s Main, Hillsboro. 

SUPLEE & ROBERTSON— Hiram S. $ 
William L. i?. — steam saw mill, Hillsboro. 

Survey, John lab res Germantown. 

Suttermeister, Henry lab res 89 South 
Sixth, Richmond. 

SUTTON, DAVID far s s Milton and 
Waterloo road If miles s e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Swafford, James tailor s s Main bet Main 
Cross and Cherry res same, Milton. 

SWAFFORD, JEREMIAH W. dept.cl'k 
Wayne Co. res s e cor Main and Ash, Cen- 
terville, has been a resident of Wayne Co. 51 
years. 

Swafford, Nathan W. carder with J. & W. 
Test res with Wm. Test, Jefferson tp. 

Swain, Albertus — Dunham § Swain — res 
n s Spring bet Pearl and Washington, Rich- 
mond. 

Swain, Miss Cynthia res with Mary Swain, 
Economy. 

Swain, Elizabeth — widow Doctor — res 19 
South Seventh, Richmond. 

13 



Swallow, James E. physician office- and res 
Abington. 

Swallow, Joshua teamster, Abington. 

Swartz, Lydia A.- widow J. T. — res 43 
South Front st., Richmond. 

Swartz, Mary E. — u-idorv Henry — res e s 
Liberty pike, near city limits, Richmond. 

Swayne, Alva H. el'k res s s Cliff, bet 
Walhington and Pearl, Richmond. 

Swayne, E. H. Jackson, Swayne Sf Go. — 
res n e cor Eighth and Mulberry, Richmond. 

Swaynie, Franklin H. molder res n w cor 
Milton and W aple, Dublin. 

SWAYNIE, NANCY widow Job— res s 
s Cliff, bet Washington and Pearl, Rich- 
mond. 

Sweet, Charles far res with Henry Sweet, 
Washington tp. 

Sweet, Dickson far res with Henry Sweet, 
Washington tp. 

SWEET, HENRY far near Fayette Co. 
line, Washington tp, 1 mile n Waterloo, Fay- 
ette County. 



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Sweet, Miss Malinda J. res with Henry 
Sweet, Washington tp. 

SWEIGGETT, PETER blacksmith res w 
s Front, n Main, Richmond — Soldier. 

Swicker, Herman shoemaker res w s Pearl, 
bet South and Mill, Richmond. 

SWIGGETT, LEVIN merchant tailor s s 
Main, bet Foote and Green, res same, Cam- 
bridge City. 

Swim, Adam lab res n s Main, East Cam- 
bridge. 

Swinn, Henry far res with Henry Swinn, 
Jackson tp. 

Swinn, Henry far l\ miles n Cambridge. 
Jackson tp. 

Swinn, Miss Mary res with Henry Swinn, 
Jackson tp. 

Swing, Jennie — widow James J. — portrait 
and landscape painter with J. P. Addleman 
bds with D. Burgess, Richmond. 

Swinger, Miss Sarah res with John Findall, 
'Center tp. 



Swisher, Abraham — Swisher $ Hutch"ne 
— res n s Main, Williamsburg. 

SWISHER, JACOB B. miller employe of 
Swisber & Hutchens res with A. Swisher, 
Williamsburg — Soldier. 

Swisher, Moses far 3 miles n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

Swope, Henry J. retired res s w cor Cum- 
berland and Foundry, Dublin. 

Swope, James V. silversmith res 38 South 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Swope, Michael res with Conrad Webber. 

Swope, Michael far n s National road near 
Pennville, Jackson tp. 

SWOPE, SAMUEL clothier n e cor Main 
and Marion res the same, Richmond. 

Swope, William H. government employe 
res with Allen W. Ogborn, Dublin. 

Swords, Miss Mary E. res with S. Swords, 
Washington tp. 

Swords, Samuel lab res 1 mile w Milton, 
Washington tp. 



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Taber, Henry lab res e s Boston tpke, 1 
anile s Richmond. 

Taggart, John foreman Quaker City Found- 
ry, res e s Sixth, n depot, Richmond. 

TALHELM, REBECCA— widow Joseph 
— res n e cor Sassafras and Pearl, Richmond. 

Tangeman, Frederick lab res with Har- 
man Tangeman. 

Tangeman, Harmon blacksmith res w s 
Pearl, s Main. Richmond. 

Taylor, Miss Anna E. res with John Jack 
son, Richmond. 

TAYLOR, A. P. physician res s w cor 
Cumberland and Dublin sts., Dublin. 

Taylor, Charles far \h miles n e Boston 
Boston tp. 

TAYLOR, CHARLES J. book-binder & 
blank-book manuf No. 8G n s Main, bet Frank- 
lin and Fifth, res bet Ninth and Tenth, on< 
square n Railroad, Richmond. 

Taylor, Charles L. carp res 14 South Fifth 
Richmond. 

TAYLOR, DAVID far res with Tho a 
Taylor, Boston tp. 

Taylor, Elizabeth — widow Christoph- r — res 
n w cor Perry and Walnut, Hagersti wn. 

Taylor, Frank foreman for Newl y & Mil- 
ler, bds at Gait Hse, Richmond. 

Taylor, Henry retired w s clarion, bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Taylor, John lab res m s SI ort, bet Worth 
and Union, Centerville. 

Taylor, John far ^ mile n Cambridge. 

Taylor, John P. res with Livingston Tay 
lor, Jackson tp. 

TAYLOR, LIVINGSTON physician s w 
cor Cumberland and Dublin sts., Dublin. 

Taylor, L P. physician n s Main, Williams 
burs. 



Taylor, Luke res n s Newcastle road, 3 
miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Taylor, Martha — widow Hugh — res es Sixth, 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Taylor, Mary — widow John—res 2J miles n 
e Boston, Boston tp. 

Talhelm, Miss Mary E. res with Rebecca 
Talhelm, Richmond. 

Taylor, Nancv — widow John — res with S. 
R, Taylor. 

Taylor, Miss Rachel res with Thomas Tay- 
lor, Boston tp. 

Taylor, Miss Sarah E. res with Wm. L. 
Taylor, Richmond. 

Taylor, S. Foster far s s Nat road 3| miles 
e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

TA'l I.OR, S. R. far f mile w Richmond 
and . ck Creek pike 3 J miles sw Richmond, 
W • no tp. 

- aylor, Miss Susan res with Thomas Tay- 

r, Boston tp. 

Taylor, Thomas res 21 miles n e Boston, 
Boston tp. Mr. Taylor served six months in 
the war of 1812. 

Taylor, Thomas — eoVd — res e s Marion bet 
South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Taylor, Thornton far res with Lewis Ellis, 
Washington tp. 

Taylor, William — col'd -lab res with Levi- 
nus King, Wayne tp— Soldier. 

Taylor, Wm. S. gardener res w s Sixth bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond'. 

Taylor, Miss Zilla res with Thomas Taylor, 
Boston tp. 

Teagle, Eli far adjoining Newport on the 
west. 

TEAGLE, ISAAC A. far res with Thomas 
Teagle, Green tp. 

Teagle, Thomas T. far 3 miles se Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 



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cade garden e s Pearl s end, Richmond. 'Fifth and Sixth Richmond 

TEAS, EDWARD Y.— Teas $ Bro.—res 

e s Pearl s end Cascade garden, Richmond. 

Teas, Stephen W. far and blacksmith n s 

Newport and Williamsburg road Jj- mile w 

Newport, New Garden tp. 

TEAS, THOMAS S.— Teas # Bro.— 
with E. Y. Teas, Richmond. 

Teeter, Abram far e s Hagerstown and 
Franklin pike 1£ miles n w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

TEETER, DANIEJj-proprielor Protection 
Mills— rfels 1J miles n w Hagerstown e i 
Franklin pike, Jefferson tp. 

Teeter, David — Zook § Teeter — res e s Ha 
gerstown and Franklin pike 2 miles n w Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Teeter, Isaac far e s Hagerstown and 
Franklin pike 2 miles n w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Teeter, Jacob miller at Protection Mills, 
res with Daniel Teeter, Jefferson tp. 

Teeter, Zacariab — Zook $• Teeter — res 1J 
miles n Washington, Clay tp. 

TELEGRAPH— U. S. Go.—D. C. Hins- 
dale, operator, s s Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth, 
Richmond. 

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Chamberlain, operator, Rail-road and Fort 
Wayne Avenue, Richmond. 



TELEGRAPH-- Western Union— Charles 
i". Elliott, operator, Huntington H'se Rich- 
mond, W. F. True, agt, office at depot, Ha- 
gerstown; I L. Commons, agt at depot, Cen- 
terville; Robert A. Patterson, agt n s South 
Second bet Foote and Center, Cambridge; 
James L. Whippn, agt at depot, Dublin; J a I 
cob Gipe, agt at depot, Germantown 

Teman, Henry blacksmith res w s Frank- 
lin, n graveyard, Richmond. 

Temme, Henry cabinet maker res n e cor 
Front and Walnut, Richmond. 

Temme, Henry cabinet maker s w C or 
Front and Walnut, Richmond. 

Temmelman, Harmon blacksmith n e cor 
Mill and Pearl, res 85 South Marion, Rich- 
mond. 

Temmelman. 



. Harmon blacksmith s e cor 
Pearl and Mill, res n e cor Sycamore and 
Mill, Richmond. 

Temple, Alexander carder res near A 
Test's woollen factory, Wayne tp. 

TEMPLETON, VllANK-Russell # Tern- 
pleton~TQ6 w s Boston pike, § mile n Boston 
Boston tp. 

Templeton, Leonard retired res s s Main 
bet Seventh and Eighth, Richmond. 

Templeton, Martha-widow Jesse-Boston 

Templeton, Fhehe-,widow Jo/m-Boston ' 



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TEMPLETON, WILLIAM H. e s Bos- 
ton pike, 1 mile n Boston, Boston tp. 

Tenant, Hanson mach res Germantown. 

Teneyck, Miss Cornelia res with Louisa 
Teneyck, Milton. 

Teneyck, H. cooper res with Mrs. Louisa 
Teneyck, Milton-Soldier. 

Teneyck, Ira L. cooper res with Louisa 
Teneyck, Milton. 

Teneyck, Louisa— widow John— 6 s West 
River st., s end, Milton. 

Teneyck, Thomas D. pump maker res with 
Louisa Teneyck, Milton. 

Teneyck, Miss Victoria res with Louisa 
Teneyck, Milton. 

Tennis, Hannah B.— widow William— res 
with Dr. Tennis, Richmond. 

Tennis, Miss Mary res with Dr. Tennis, 
Richmond. 

Tennis, Israel physician office 23 South 
Fifth, res same, Richmond. 

Terhune, Miss Ada res with Sarah Ter- 
hune, Cambridge. 

Terhume, Sarah— widow John— dress-maker 
res n s Main, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 

TERRELL, BARBARA— widow Robert R. 
—res Middleboro. 

TERRY, ISAAC carp res e s Milton, n 
Harrison, Dublin — Soldier. 

Terstage, Anthony brickmason s s Syca- 
more, bet Marion and Franklin, Richmond. 

TEST, A retired res w bank White Water, 
1 mile s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Test, Hannah — widow Samuel — res with 
Oliver Test, Wayne tp. 

TEST, J.--J. &■ Win. T.-res w 9 Hagers 
town and Franklin pike, 3 miles n w Hagers 
town; Dalton tp. 

TEST, J. & W. Estate of Josiah Test, 
deceased; and William $ Rufus T. — White 
Branch Woolen Mill, w s Hagerstown and 
Franklin tpke, 3 miles n w Hagerstown, Dal- 
ton tp. 

TEST, OLIVER far & weaver \\ miles s 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

TEST, RUFUS— J.§ W. 7.— res w s Ha- 
gerstown and Franklin pike, 3 miles n w 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

TEST, ZACCHEUS Prof. Ancient Lan- 
guages, Eerlham College, res n s Nat. road, 1 
mile w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

TEST, WILLIAM— J. # W. T.—res w 
Hagerstown and Franklin pike, 3 miles n w 
Hagerstown, Jeiferson tp. 

Test, Miriam — widow Josiah — res White 
Branch Woolen Mills, Dalton tp. 

THARP, CHARLES W. far res with Jer- 
emiah Tharp, Green tp. 

Tharp, Elijah far res with John Tharp 
Franklin tp. 

Tharp, Jeremiah, far w s Greens fork, 3^ 
miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Tharp, John far res 1£ miles n w Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 



Tharp, Laban far n s Greensfork, 3 miles a 
e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Tharp, Miss Nancy res with Jeremiah 
Tharp, Green tp. 

Tharp, Miss Rebecca res with Jeremiah 
Tharp, Green tp. 

Tharp, Miss Ursula teacher res with J. 
Tharp, Green tp. 

Tharp, W. H. res with Jeremiah Tharp, 
Green tp. 

Thatch, Henry blacksmith res s e cor Dub- 
lin and Maple, Dublin. 

THATCH, REBECCA— wife Benry—rea 
s e cor Dublin and Maple, Dublin. 

THATCHER, JOSEPH far 4J miles n e 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Thawls, Abram far 2 \ miles n w Jacksons- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Thawes, Nathaniel res 1\ miles n w Jack- 
sonsburg, Harrison tp. 

THEIS, JACOB shaving saloon second 
floor s s Main bet Marion and Franklin res 8 
s Marion bet Main and Broadway, Rich- 
mond. 

THEURER, DAVID brewer w s Fifth 
bet Sycamore and Sonth res same, Richmond. 

Thilleke, Henry gardener res w s Boston 
pike, near Richmond. 

Thistlethwaite & Birdsall— Timothy T. cj- 
Thomas B. — flouring mill w s Williamsburg 
pike \ mile n w of Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Thistlethwaite, Miss Harriet res with Thos. 
Birdsall, Wayne tp. 

Thistlethwaite, Timothy — Thistlethwaite # 
Birdsall — res e s Williamsburg pike f mile n 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

THISTLETHWAITE, WM. Sr. far s s 
Central Railroad J mile w Richmond, Wayne 
tp. From Yorkshire, England. Wife is a 
minister in the Society of Friends. 

Thistlethwaite, Wm. Jr. far n Central 
Railroad 1 mile w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Thorn, George elk res with J. W. Haines, 
Richmond. 

Thorn, Edwin elk res with J. W. Haines, 
Richmond. 

Thomas, Miss Acksa res with Eli Thomas. 

THOMAS, ANDREW far 1\ miles n 
Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Thomas Ann — widow — res 1 mile n w Mid- 
dleboro, Franklin tp. 

Thomas, Miss Ann M. res with John H. 
Thomas, Richmond. 

Thomas, Barney lab res w s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Thomas, Benjamin far w s R. & N. pike 1 \ 
miles s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Caleb W. res with H. W. Thomp- 
son, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Thomas, Calvin — col'd — far 3 miles e Rich- 
mond n s New Paris road, Wayne tp. 

Thomas, Charles far \\ mile s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Charles — Hough, Thomas § Co. — 
far 1 J miles s e Newport, New Garden tp. 



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Thomas, Clarkson far e s R. & N. pike f 
mile s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Edward res w end Main Cross, 
Bethel; emigrated from South Carolina and 
settled in "Warren Co. Ohio in 1805, removed 
to "Wayne Co. in 1831. 

Thomas, Eli cooper, Chester. 

Thomas, Eli far h mile e Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Thomas, Miss Eliza res with "William Elia- 
son. Center tp. 

Thomas, Enos far w s R. & H. pike 3^ miles 
n Richmond. Wayne tp. 

Thomas, Florence lab res w s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Eichmond. 

Thomas, Francis far emigrated from North 
Carolina in 1811 res f mile s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

THOMAS, GEOEGE W. far 1 \ miles n 
w Middleboro, Franklin tp. 

Thomas, Gilbert far n s Connersville and 
Centerville road 6£ miles s e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Thomas, Hannah — widow Stephen — aged 84 
settled here in 1814 res with her son, Chas. 
Thomas. 

Thomas, Miss Hannah M. teacher res with 
Chas. Thomas, New Garden tp. 

THOMAS, HENRY W. far res 1 mile a 
w Middleboro, Franklin tp. 

THOMAS, ISAAC R. far and dealer in 
horses res 9 miles n Richmond on Arba and 
Chester tpke, Franklin tp. 

Thomas, Isaac far e s R. & N. pike, \ mile 
s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Jacob carp res Sevastopol. 

Thomas, James C. brakesman on C. & G. 
E. R. R., res n e cor Washington and Syca- 
more, Richmond. 

Thomas, James E. elk at American Ex- 
press office, bds at Huntington Hse, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

Thomas, John book-keeper res Richmond 
— Soldier. 



Thomas, John gate-keeper on Williamsburg 
pike, w s White Water, Richmond. 

Thomas, John H. — J. H. Thomas $ Son — 
res e s Marion, bet Spring and Mulberry, 
Richmond. 

Thomas, J. H. &Son — John H.T. ^Samuel 
H. J 1 .— blacksmiths w s Franklin, bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

THOMAS, JOHN W. far res H miles n 
w Middleboro. 

THOMAS, JOSEPH, far res with Luke 
Thomas, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, -Joseph far on farm of David King, 
Center tp. 

Thomas, Landon far w s Union pike, 2\ 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Thomas Landon far n s I. C. R. R., Center 
tp, 3 miles w Richmond. 

Thomas, Lizzie— cold— res with Mrs. Jed- 
ding White, Richmond. 

THOMAS, LUKE far I mile s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Luzena J. — widow John D, — res 
2£ miles n Centerville, Center tp. 

Thomas, Miss Lydia res with Mrs. Ann 
Thomas, Franklin tp. 

Thomas, Miss Lydia F. res with Luke 
Thomas, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Mark far res with Charles Thom- 
as, New Garden tp. 

THOMAS, MARQUIS L. far res with 
Willis Thornton, New Garden tp — Soldier. 

Thomas, Miss Mary res with Mrs. Ann 
Thomas, Franklin tp. 

Thomas, Miss Mary Ann teacher res with 
Luke Thomas, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Miss Mary I. res with John H. 
Thomas, Eichmond. 

Thomas, Miss Melissa res with Landon 
Thomas, Center tp. 

Thomas, Miss Melissa res with Landon 
Thomas, Wayne tp. 

Thomas, Nancy— -col'd — widow Archibald — 
res w s Front bet Market and Sycamore, 
Richmond. 



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Thomas, Nathan far Center tp 3£ miles w 
Richmond. 

Thomas, Peter far If miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Phineas far 1 mile w Lynnville 
pike 3 miles n w Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Samuel H. — J. H. Thomas $ Son 
— res e s Franklin bet Main and Spring, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

Thomas, Miss Sidney res with Charles 
Thomas, New Garden tp. 

THOMAS, SYDNEY— widow— res e s Main 
Hillsboro. 

Thomas, Stephen far res 2£ miles n w Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Thorns, Stephen — cold— res s w cor Plum 
and North Front, Cambridge City. 

Thomas, Miss Susan res with Frederick 
Marchant, Richmond. 

THOxMAS, TOM MA far son of and res 
with Benjamin Thomas, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, Vanmeter far 2 \ miles n e Rich- 
mond, "Wayne tp. 

Thomas, Uriah D. far w s Hillsboro pike 3 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

THOMAS, WILLIAM far e s Dublin n s 
National Road. Jackson tp. 

Thomas, William brakesman res with 
Harry Williams, Richmond. 

Thomas, "William far w s Richmond and 
Hillsboro pike 3 miles n Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Thomas, Win. H. — cold — res with Nancy 
Thomas, Richmond. 

THOMAS, WM. P. far res with Luke 
Thomas e s Richmond and Newport pike lh 
miles s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thomas, William P. notion peddler res 
with Mary Reid, Richmond. 

Thompson, Miss Charlotte res with Daniel 
Thompson, Richmond. 

Thompson, Charles blacksmith w s Main 
Cross bet Seminary and Connersville sts res 
s w cor Brook and Canal, Milton. 

Thompson & Co.— John W. T. <$- Olovis H. 
Bowen — agriculteral agts s e cor Marion and 
Main, Richmond. 

THOMPSON, DANIEL agt. Wheeler & 
"Wilson, Florence and Singer sewing machines 
91 Main res 38 South Pearl, Richmond. 

Thompson, Henry lab on farm of John 
Maxwell, Center tp. 

Thompson, James far 2 miles n e Olive 
Hill Post Office, Center tp. 

THOMPSON, JESSE B. teamster res s s 
Spring bet Front and "Washington, Rich- 
mond — Soldier. 

THOMPSON, JOHN L. carp Spring foun- 
dry res 44 w s Sixth bet "Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 

THOMPSON JOHN V7 .-Thompson $ Co. 
wood measurer res e s Pearl bet Walnut and 
Market, Richmond. 

Thompson, L. L. far res lj miles n w 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 



Thompson, Miss Martha res with Hannah 
Collins, Richmond. 

Thompson, R. W. res with Hugh Steven- 
son, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Thompson, T. G. — Thompson $ Vnverzagt— 
res 61 South Fifth, Richmond. 

Thompson, "William far res Centerville. 

Thompson, Wm. M. cl'k res w s Spring 
bet Pearl and Washington, Richmond. 

Thompson, Wm. M. far res with Jesse 
Thompson, Rich mond — Soldier. 

THOMPSON, WM. O. candy manuf. and 
confectioner n s Main bet Fifth and Sixth 
bds with John Sutirins, Richmond — Soldier. 

Thompson & Unverzagt— T. G. T. $ O. U. 
— hand looms n s Main bet Front and Pearl, 
Richmond. 

Thorn, Allen far and manuf Sorghum 3^ 
miles s Newport, New Garden tp. 

Thorn, Benjamin far n s Greensfork '2\ 
miles s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Thorn, Hannah horticulturist 3 miles s 
Newport. New Garden tp. 
Thorn, Miss Maninia B. res with Hannah 
Thorn, New Garden tp. 

Thorn, Martin far res with Benjamin 
Thorn, Green tp. 

THORN BURG, CORNELIUS far l\ 
|miles s e Dalton, Dalton tp. 

Thornburg, Dempsy far 2\ miles e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Thornburg, Elvin P. far res with Julia A. 
Thornburg. 

Thornburg, Elvin far 1 mile s w Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Thornburg, Elwood far Dalton tp, 3 miles 
n Hagerstown. 

Thornburg, Emma student Earlham res 
Cambridge City. 

Thornburg, Jesse C. far J mile e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Thornburg. John H. far w s Cambridge 
and Winchester pike, 2i miles n Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Thornburg, John H. far Dalton tp, 4 miles 
n Hagerstown. 

Thornburg, John M. far Dalton tp, 3 miles 
w Economy. 

Thornburg, Jonathan far 2 miles n w Econ- 
omy, Perry tp. Mr. Thornburg now resides 
on land entered by himself in the year 1818. 

Thornburg, Julia A. —widow Walter — res 
s s Hagerstown road, f mile w Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Thornburg, Miss Margaret res with Mrs. 
M. Cheeseman, Hagerstown. 

Thornburgh, Mary — widow — res Washing- 
ton. Clay tp. 

Thornburgh, Nancy — widow Henry — res 
with Rachel Bond. 

Thornburg, Susan — Manifold Jf Thornburg 
— res s s Main, bet Perry and Plum, Hagers- 
town. 

Thornburg, Walter far 1 mile w Fairfax, 
Center tp. 



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THORNBURG, WALTER W. res with 
Dempsy Thornburgh, Dalton tp. 

Thornburg. William retired res s s South 
Market, bet Washington and Pearl, Hagers- 
town. 

Thornburg, "William M. miller res e s 
Washington, bet Factory and Madison, Ha- 
gerstown — Soldier. 

Thornton, E. C. photographer res w s 
Pearl, bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

THORNTON, .JOSHUA J. far w s "Wil- 
liamsburg and Richmond pike 5 miles n w 
Richmond, Center tp. 

Thornton, Willis far 2 miles n Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Thorpe, Joseph tinner shop over H. 
Hough's hardware store. Also notary public 
res e s Main Crossing, Newport. 

Thorp, Mary M. dealer in fancy goods 15 
Main bds at Eagle hse, Richmond. 

THRESHER, JOS.— Thresher $ Keney— 
res s w cor Main and Elm, Hagerstown — 
Soldier. 

THRESHER & KENEY photographers— 
Joseph T. # E. H. K. — n e cor Main and 
Perry, Hagerstown. 

TIBBETTS, NANCY— widow Nathaniel 
— res A mile n Abington, Abington tp. 

Nathaniel Tibbetts was murdered on the even- 
ing of October 18th, 1864, under the following 
circumstances: The Republicans of Abington 
township met at Abington the evening after the 
election for state officers, for the purpose of re- 
joicing over the result ; and as men have some- 
times expressed their joy by burning each others' 
hats, it was introduced on this occasion. A 
young man by the name of Francis M. Holler, 
who belonged to the opposite party, went into 
the crowd. When about to do so he was advised 
by his political friends to stay away. He refused 
to listen to the advice given, and, as all expected, 
his hat was soon added to the fuel for the illu- 
mination. To appease his anger, he soon got 
into an altercation with one of Mr. Tibbetts' 
sons — a small boy — and was in the act of doing 
him bodily injury, when Mr. Tibbetts, who had 
been touching off the cannon with a small 



switch, came to the rescue of his son, and struck 
Holler a few times, inflicting some scratches in 
the face. More than a week after the date above 
mentioned, Mr. Tibbetts and his two sons were 
in the village, and started for home when tjjcy 
'were confronted just at the edge of the village 
by the two Hollers, Francis M. and Granville H v 
when one of them threw a stone and struck Mr. 
;T. on the head, fracturing his skull. He never 
spoke after receiving the blow, and died at four 
o'clock on the morning of the 19th. The mur- 
derers fled, and made good their escape, but sev- 
eral months after they were arrested by John 
;and Daniel Fosher, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska 
Territory. The fact having been communicated 
ito Sheriff Paxson, he went with the proper as- 
sistance and brought them to Ccnterville where 
they are now — August, 1865 — awaiting their 
trial, which is to take place in Newcastle at the 
October term of the Henry County Court, the 
prisoners having taken a change of venue to that 
county. The reward offered for their capture- — 
two hundred dollars — was generously donated by 
the Messrs. Fosher to the widow of Mr. Tibbetts. 

Tice, Nicholas, far 3 miles s w Abington. 
Abington tp. 

Tieman, John H. lab res e s Boston tpke, L 
mile s Richmond. 

Tieman, AVilliam dry goods 117 Main, res 
same, Richmond. 

TIMBERMAN, FREDERICK far res 
with George W. Smith, Washington tp. 

Timmins, Martin fa:r 3 J miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Timmins, Michael far 3$ miLes s Milton, 
Washington tp — Soldier. 

Timmins. Richard far res with Michael 
Timmins, Washington tp. 

Tingle, John carp res s e cor Canal and 
West River, Milton — Soldier. 

TINGLE, NATHANIEL carp res s w 
cor High and West River, Milton. 

Tinkel, Henry far res with Catharine Tin- 
kel, Dalton tp. 

Tinier, William H. far res with Thomas 
Kern, Center tp. 



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Tittle, Jacob carp res n s Spring, bet 
Pearl and Washington, Richmond. 

TITTLE, JOH>J H. elk res w s Marion 
bet Spring and Ft. "Wayne Av, Richmond. 

Todd, Hamilton po3t sutler, Chattenooga 
Tenn.; family res 43 South Marion, Rich- 
mond. 

TOLES, SAMUEL H. saddler res s 
Main, Washington — Soldier. 

Tomlinson & Rotherland-S. T. $ W. R— 
country merchants e s Main, Williamsburg. 

Tomlinson, S.— Tomlinson Jf Rotherland— 
res Williamsburg. 

Toms, Edgar far res n s Railroad, bet 
Green and Foot, Cambridge. 

Toms, Miss Sarah J. res with Edgar Toms, 
Jackson tp. 

Toney, Miss Harriet res with 'Squire Toney, 
Boston tp. 

Toney, Miss Mary res with 'Squire Toney, 
Boston tp. 

Toney, 'Squire far w s Richmond and 
Straight-line pike, Boston tp, 5 miles s Rich- 
mond. 

Tooly, Miss Eliza res with Ona Tooly. 

Tooly, Ona res s s South Third, bet Green 
and Jones, Cambridge. 

Tooly, Miss Julia res with Ona Tooly. 

Torrence, J. S. steam-boat pilot res with 
J. G. Biser, Jackson tp. 

Tout, Fanny — ividow — res s s Main, Penn- 
ville, Jackson tp, 

TOUT, JACOB fir e s Germantown and 
Waterloo road, 1 mile e Milton, Washington 
tp. 

Tout, Jane — widow Charles — res w s Nettle 
Creek, J mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Tout, Samuel res with Fannie Tout, Jack- 
son tp. Was in Eugene City, Oregon, at the 
breaking out of the Indian war of 1855, vol- 



ceries s w cor Cumberland and Davis, Dub- 
lin. 

Trenara, David fireman res Meredith H'se, 
Richmond. 

Trew, Arthur mach res n city, bet New- 
port and Middleboro' pikes. Richmond. 

TRIBBEY, WILLIAM M. lab res n s 
Main, e Canal, Milton. 

TRIMBLE, JACOB S. pump-maker with 
Joseph Dickinson, res 60 South Sixth, Rich- 
mond. 

Trimpe, Bernhardt shoemaker e s Pearl, 
bet Mill and Sycamore, res same, Richmond. 

Trimpe, Henry tailor res w s Pearl bet 
South and Mill, Richmond. 

Trimpe, Herman shoemaker res w s Pearl 
bet Mill and South, Richmond. 

Trimpe, John H. shoemaker res w s Pearl 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Trotter, William far e s Greensfork 2\ 
miles n e Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Truax, John cooper Franklin, Dalton tp. 

True, Benjamin aged and infirm was in 
the war of 1812 reside with Dr. Mitchel, 
Abington. 

True, W. F. agt. Amer. Exp. and C. & G. 
E. Railroad at depot res n w cor Washington 
and Factory, Hagerstown. 

Trumbell, Adam Gov. agt. res s s Walnut 
bet Main Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Tubersing. Harman H. far 3J miles n w 
Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Tubersing, William far res with Harmon 
H Tubersing, Wayne tp. 

Tucker, G. F. mach bds at Strattan's 
boarding h'se, Richmond. 

Tucker, Henry far w s Liberty pike 2 miles 
s Richmond, Wayne tp. 

TULLIDGE, ALFRED assistant U. S. 
assessor internal revenue 47 s s Main bet 



unteered his services, and participated in al Marion and Pearl res e s Franklin bet Vine 
number of battles and skirmishes; was dis-jand Sassafras, Richmond. 



charged at expiration of term; is now totally 
blind. 

Townsend, George mach res n s Conners- 
ville st., bet Main and West River, Milton. 

TOWLE JAMES W. teamster res ^ mile 
w Williamsburg pike, \ mile n w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Townsend, J. C. nurseryman res Chester. 

Townsend, J. G. far e s R. and N. pike, 3 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 



Tullis, Elizabeth — tvidow Charles E. — dress 
maker e s Fifth bet Main and Broadway res 
same, Richmond. 

Turner, Aaron far 3} miles s w Richmond. 
Wayne tp. 

Turner, Abram W. res with Jeptha Tur- 
ner Boston tp. 

Turner, Charles M. far with John L Camp- 
bell, Jefferson tp. 

TURNER, EDWARD cabinet maker, res 



Townsend, Johu M. far 4 miles n Center-] 11 w cor Pearl and Mill, Richmond, Soldier. 
ville, Center tp. ; Turner, Eli far 1 mile w Bethel, Franklin 

Townsend, Miss Mary A. res with W.tp. 
Kenworthy, Wayne tp. Turner, Miss Eliza A. res with Jeptha 

TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COM- ! Turner, Boston tp. 
PANY, Hartford, Conn., H. C. Martin, State Turner, Jeptha far w s Liberty pike, Bos- 
act, office 7 Temperance Hall, Indianapolis, 'ton tp. 4f miles s Richmond. Mr. Turner 
H. Clarkson, agt Richmond. I was born in Boston tp., Oct. 1806, and has 

TREADWAY, H. A.— Treadu'ay, J^son'resided there ever since. 
4" Go- — res ns Cumberland, bet Johnson and! TURNER, JESSE H. carp s s Williams- 
Davis, Dublin. 'burg and Richmond pike, 4 miles n w Rich- 

TREADWAY, WILSON & CO.—H. A. mond, Center tp. 
T.,L.C. W. <y E. Knipe— dry goods and gro-| TURNER, LARKIN G. justice of the 



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"WM. L. BRA^DY 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 





TRUNKS, WHIPS, COLLARS, &c, &c. 

No. 68 MAIN STREET, 



RICHMOND, 



INDIANA. 



peace and carriage, wagon and plow maker, 
shop and res Abington. 

Turner, Levi P. far w s Liberty pike, Bos- 
ton tp, 4| miles s Richmond. 

Turner, Martin V. res with Jcptha Tur- 
ner, Boston tp. 

Turner, Nancy — .widow William — res with 
David Hartman, Washington tp. 

Turner, Robert M. far 3 miles s e Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Turner, Sampson lab res with Soloman 
Bowman, Jackson tp. 

Turner, Samuel far 5J miles e Milton, 
"Washington tp. 

Turner, Miss Sarah J. res with Jeptha 
Turner, Boston tp. 

Turner, Theodore retired res with William 
Davidson, Richmond. 



Turpening, Eli far res with Samuel Fryar 
Wayne tp. 

Turpin, John A. cabinet maker res w end 
Spring st., Richmond — Soldier. 

Tusler, Bennett far 3 miles s w Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Tut tie, Miss Mary J. res with T. J. Fergu- 
son, Wayne tp. 

Twist, Harmon res e s Marion, bet South 
and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Tyler, Martha J. res with Hugh Moffitt, 
Wayne tp. 

Tvner, Miss Kate res with W. E. Tvner. 

TYNER, RICHARD H.— Albert Miller 
§■ Co. — and post master res Abington. 

Tyner, W. E. tanner res n s Main, bet 
Walnut and Jones, Cambridge. 

TYSON, ELIZABETH "h.—wife Isaac, 
/soldier — res Washington. 



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Uleribrook — widoiv — res s w cor South and 
South High, Richmond. 

Uhrig, Engelbert boiler maker bds Avenue 
House, Richmond. 

Ulrich, Miss Christena res with Daniel T. 
Ulrich, Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich & Co. — John § David 0. — flouring 
mills e s Hagerstown and Franklin pike, 1 
mile n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, Daniel D. far w s Hagerstown and 
Bluntsville pike, 1$ miles s Franklin, Dalton 
tp. 

Ulrich, Daniel T. far w s West River, 2} 
miles s Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, David far w s Hagerstown and 
Franklin pike, 3 miles n w Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Ulrich, David C. — Ulrich <]• Co. — res with 
John Ulrich, Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, Israel res e s Cambridge and 
Franklin pike, 2 miles n Cambridge, Jackson 
tp. 



Ulrich, John far 3 miles n w Hagersto wn 
Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, John H. far with Daniel Ulrich, 
Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, John — Ulrich $ Co.— res e s Ha- 
gerstown and Franklin pike, 1 mile n w Ha- 
gerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Ulrich, Zachariah far with David Ulrich, 
Jefferson tp. 

Umphries, Phcebe res with E. O. Spencer, 
Richmond. 

UNDERHILL, ALFRED far 1 mile e 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Underhill, Miss Elizabeth teacher res with 
Alfred Underhill, Clay tp. 

Underhill, Jane--w;!'</cw John — res with 
Jesse B. Underbill. Mrs. Underhill has re- 
sided on this farm 44 years, having emigrated 
from North Carolina in the year 1819. 

UNDERHILL, JESSE B. far and trader 
res s s Dalton road, 1 mile w Economy, Perry 
tp. 



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Underbill, Maria res with Alfred Under- 
bill, Clay tp. 

Underbill, Miss Sarah teacher res with 
Alfred Underbill. 

Underwood, John res \v s Walnut st., Cam- 
bridge. 

Underwood, John C. fruit-grower e s Lib- 
erty pike. 1£ miles s Kichmond, Wayne tp. 

Underwood, John L. — Raymond § Oo. — 
res n s Kail-road st., w Walnut, Cambridge. 

Underwood, Thomas A. painter bds with 
Mrs. Eleanor Foulke, Richmond. 



Unthank, George L. far res with Pleasant 
Unthank. New Garden tp. 

UNTHANK. J.ADDISON carp res e s 
Eighth, bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

UNTHANK, PLEASANT far \ mile n 
Fairfax, New Garden tp. 

Unverzagt, Clements — Thompson 3f Un- 
verzagt — res w s Fifth, bet Sycamore and 
South. Richmond. 

UNVERZAGT, Miss LOUISA res with 
Clements Unverzagt, Richmond. 

UPDIKE, LAWRENCE J. carp res Lin- 
den Hill, 1 mile e Richmond. 



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Vaile, Charles A. book-keeper res with 1 
Dr. Joel Vaile, Richmond — Soldier. 

VAILE, JOEL physician 19 South Frank- 
lin, res same, Richmond — Soldier. 

Valentine, Miss Anna teacher res with 
J. Valentine, Wayne tp. 

Valentine, Miss Caroline student Earlham, 
res Richmond. 

Valentine, Miss Cornelia teacher res with 
J. Valentine, Wayne tp. 

Valentine, John far w s Newport pike, 1 
mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Valentine, Miss Mary J. res with Martha 
Quick, Wayne tp. 

Valentine, William H. teacher res with J. 
Valentine, Wayne tp. 

Van Aernan, John B. — Van Aernan Sr 
Williams— res s s Main, bet Main Cross and 
Spice. Centerville. 

Van Aernan & Williams— John B V. <j" 
W. IF.— dry goods & groceries s s Main, bet 
Main Cross and First, Centerville. 

VANBENTHUYSEN, MARTHA res wj 
s North Gay, East Cambridge. 

Van Blair, Mary— widow John— res s w cor 
South and Main Cross, Milton. 

Van Blair, Miss Nancy res with Mrs. Mary 
Van Blair, Milton. 

VANBUSKIRK, DAVID far res with 
with William Vanbuskirk, Washington tp. 

VANBUSKIRK, MARTIN carp res s e 
cor Seminary and Main Cross, Milton. 

Vanbuskirk, Miss Sarah res with Samuel 
Jacobs, Washington tp. 

VANBUSKIRK, WILLIAM far n s 
Milton and Centerville road, 3 miles e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp; came to this county in 
1813, at the age of nine years, and settled 
where he now lives. 

Vandusen, Charles railroader res s s Wash- 
ington Av, bet Gaar and Ft. Wayne Av, 
Richmond. 

VANDUSEN, JAMES agt D. & W. R. 
R., res Main, bet Fifth and Sixth, Richmond. 

Vanhoy, James inmate Wayne County 
Asylum. 

Vanhoy, Mary inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 



VANNUYS, JOHN, undertaker & cab- 
inet maker res and shop e s Main, Bethel. 

Vannuys, Joseph lab res 1 mile n Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

Vannuys, Cornelius blacksmith res and 
shop 1 mile s Bethel. 

Va nneman, Andrew J. mach res 18 s Fifth 
Richmond. 

Vanneman, Miss Emma res with Andrew 
J. Vanneman, Richmond. 

VANNEMAN, GEORGE W.— Vanne- 
man, Reid ij" Cb. — res s w cor Seventh and 
Vine, Richmond. 

Vanneman, Miss Lydia A. res with Andrew 
J. Vanneman, Richmond. 

VANNEMAN, REID & CO.— George W. 
V.. WiU'utm S. R., Christopher G. Beeler, and 
John P. Smith — pork packei's s e cor Fifth 
and Noble, Richmond. 

Vanneman, Miss Sarah res with Andrew 
J. Vanneman, Richmond. 

Vanneman, William carp s s Main bet 
Fifth and Sixth res 24 South Sixth, Rich- 
mond. 

Van Vranken, Miss Sarah res with R. A. 
Wildridge, Wayne tp. 

Vansant, B. H. millwright res w s Sixth 
bet Sassafras and Vine, Richmond. 

Vansant, D. M. res in Hillsboro — Soldier. 

Vansandt, Joseph P. plasterer res w s 
Ninth bet Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

VANSANT, LIB A— wife of D. M. Van- 
sant — soldier— res Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

Vansandt, Richard R mach bds with E. J. 
Salter, Richmond. 

Vansant, Samuel plasterer res with Jaseph 
Parry, Richmond. 

VANSCHOIACK, ISAAC A. far Boston 
tp w s Boston pike 3 miles s Richmond. 

Vansyckles, Wm. lab res Sevastopol. 

Vanuxem, James Sr. retired res w s Fifth 
bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Vanuxem, James Jr. — Vanuxem § Leeds — 
res e s Seventh bet Sassafras and Vine, Rich- 
mond. 

Vanuxem, J. Lynde book keeper res with 
James Vanuxem, Richmond; 

Vanuxem & Leeds — James V. and Noah S. 



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nXTIE^W DRY GOODS STORE. 



J. & S. K. WICKAKD, 

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS, 

1ST. W. Cor. Main arid Marion Sts., 



RICHMOND, INDIANA. 



Noble bet Fifth 



L. — tobacco and cigars 
and Sixth, Richmond. 

VARDAM AN, WALTER lab for Rufus 
J_jumpkins — Soldier. 

Varley, James lab res w s Green n Main, 
Richmond. 

Vaughan, Andrew F. — William Chin if 
Sons — res n e cor Seventh and Broadway, 
Richmond, 

Vaughan, Miss Anna E. res with Henry 
Hoover, Richmond. 

Vaughan Bros.— E. G. V. $ Jno. D. V.— 
dealers in paints, oils and glass n e cor Main 
and Franklin, Richmond. 

Vaughan, Edward G. — Vaughan § Bros — 
res 33 North Franklin, Richmond. 

Vaughan, John D. — Vaughan § Bros 
25 South Fifth, Richmond." 

VEAL, ANDREW far n s New Castle 
road 2 miles w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

VEAL, ENOS jr. far e s Washington and 
Winchester road 2 J miles s w Williamsburg, 
Green tp — Soldier. 

Veal, Moses far 4 miles n e Hagerstown, 
Jefferson tp. 

Vearley, James lab res w s North Green, 
Richmond. 
Veff, Frederick lab res, Jacksonburg. 

Venable, Daniel lab res n w cor Main and 
Walnut, Cambridge. 

Venard, Miss Martha res with Jackson 
King, Center tp. 

Venard, Philip far 4 miles n e Williams- 
burg, Green tp. 

Venard, Miss Rebecca res with S. Roller. 

Venegge, John F. carp res n w cor Frank- 
lin and Market, Richmond. 

Verge, William H. carp res w s Marion 
bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Vestal, Aaron far res n s North Front w 
Walnut, Cambridge. 

VESTAL, ALBERT gardener res s s 
Front w Walnut, Cambridge. 

VESTAL DAVID lab ^res with Aaron 
Vestal, Cambridge. 



VESTAL, JOSEPH W. floral and vege- 
table gardener and green honse n s Main e 
Walnut res same, Cambridge. 

Vestal, Samuel gardener n s Main w of 
city limits res same, Cambridge. 

Vickers, Ed. res 48 South Franklin, Rich- 
mond. 

Vickers. Miss Emma V. res with E. Vick- 
ers, Richmond. 

VICKREY, THOMAS C.— Oarpent&r # 
Vickrey — res Henrv Co. 

VILLARS, Rev. J. M. priest of St. Mary's 
(Catholic) church n e cor Franklin and 
Broadway res s e cor Franklin and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

Vincon. Catharine —widow Canon — res with 
es James Walker, Milton. 

Vincon, Miss Mary J. res with James 
Walker, Milton. 

Vincon, Meredith cooper res West Rich- 
mond, 

Vinton, E. propr Vinton Hse, s e cor Main 
and Canal, Cambridge. 

Vinton, Joseph far res s s Main, German- 
town. 

Vishbaugh, Frederick mach res Benjamin 
Harris, Richmond. 

Voo-g, John— Meyer $ Vogg— res n s South, 
bet Marion and Franklin, Richmond. 

Voglesons*, Henry soap & candles f mile 
n Milton, Washington tp, res n s Main, bet 
Main Cross and West River, Milton. 

Voglesong, Mary A. res with Henry Vo- 
glesoni);, Milton. 

VORE, ASA teamster res w s Green, n 
Main, Richmond. 

Vore, David carp res e s Marion, bet Sassa- 
fras and Spring, Richmond. 

Vore, Miss Elizabeth milliner res with 
James Ainsworth, Richmond. 

Vore, Jacob far n s Nat. road, \ mile w 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Vore, Jacob J. teamster res w s Green, n 
Spring, Richmond. 



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VORE, LTDIA— -wife John, soldier— res 
"with Thomas Fulton, Center tp. 

Vore, William carp, s w cor North High, 
and Ft. Wayne Av., Kichmond. 

Vore, William H. lab res with Jacob Vore, 
Jackson tp. 

Vorege, Herman lab res e s Cemetery st., 
Richmond. 

Vorhees, John T. far res 3 miles n Chester, 
w s Chester and Arba pike, Franklin tp. 

Vorhees. Stephen far w s Connersvill-e and 
Milton road, 4 miles s Milton, Washington tp. 



Vornanf, Peter res £ mile n Cambridge. 

Vosler, John knife-maker res w s Hills- 
boro pike, 1 h miles n Kichmond, Wayne tp. 

Vosmeir, August lab res e s Front, bet 
Mill and South, Kichmond. 

VOTAW, ISAAC far s s Newport pike, J 
mile w Chester, Wayne tp. 

Voss, J. P. far s s Nat. road, 2 miles e 
Centcrville, Center tp. 

VULKMAN, LOUIS carp res s s Main, 
bet Pearl and Marion, Richmond. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



<">'} for above. 

«#'•> agent. 

<M»t., assistant. 

otty., attorney. 

<M>., . avenue. 

bds. or brds., boards. 

bel., below. 

bet-, ._. between. 

Corp., carpenter. 



mis., insurance? 

lab., laborer; 

manuf., manufacturer or manufactory. 

mach., machinist. 

Nat., National. 

n, s, e, w, north, south, east, west. 

n s, s s, e s, w s, north side, south side, east side, 

west side. 
ojjp., opposite. 



col. or eol'd, colored.; prop, or prop'r, proprietor. 

c. or cor., corner. 'res., ... resides or residence. 

cl'k, - clerk. «er. or serv., servant. 

for., farmer.! tpke., turnpike. 

h. or h'se, house. \tp. or twp., township. 

Names in "CAPS" indicate that they are patrons of the work, except ministers and a few -oth- 
ers, complimentary. 

If you fail to find the name you wish to see, turn to the "Soldiers' Register," and Appendix to 
the same; if you do not find it there, look at the Corrections, Omissions, and Removals. 



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Waddle. Miss M. — Coony $ Waddle — res 
with Mrs. Binkley, Dublin. 

Wadman, Mrs. Margaret res with John 
Salisbury, Perrv tp. 

WAGNER, AMMON far n s Centerville 
and Milton road Washington tp, 5 miles s w 
Centcrville. 

Wagner, David lab res with Elizabeth 
Wagner. 

WAGNER EDWARD sawyer res w s 
Washington and Waterloo road 4j miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Wagner, Frederick far 2 miles s w Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Wagner, John far res with Henry Schoff, 
Washington tp. 

WAGONER, JACOB far on Centerville 
and Abington pike 1 mile s Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Wagoner, Peter inmate Wayne Co. Asy- 
lum. 

Wahl, Lorenz lab res s s Marion bet Syca- 
more and South, Kichmond. 

WAKEFIELD, Rev. JOHN B. rector 
St. Paul's Episcopal church n e cor Fifth and 
Broadway res e s Fifth bet Broadway and 
Mulberry, Richmond. 

Walke, Wessel far 2 miles e Centerville, 
Center tp. 



Walker, Bellville far res Abington. 

Walker, Miss Cardine teacher res with 
John Walker, Richmond. 

Walker, Chritopher paymaster on C. & G. 
|E. R. R. res w s Washington bet Market and 
Sycamore, Richmond. 

Walker, Elizabeth — widow Patterson — res 
East Cambridge. 

Walker, Isaac retired res 54 South Fifth, 
Richmond. 

Walker, James retired res n w cor Main 
and Brooks, Milton. 

WALKER, JAMES far Dalton tp. e s 
West River pike 3 miles n e Hagerstown. 

WALKER, JAMES H. physician office 
and res w s Cambridge and Dalton pike 2 
miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. has 7 
sons in the army. 

Walker, John S. express wagon Tes e s 
Franklin bet Sassafras and Vine, Richmond. 

Walker, Joseph — coVd — far res Newport. 

Walker, Lovel far n s Nat. road Jackson 
tp. 4} miles w Centerville. 

Walker, Miss Maggie res with Christopher 
Walker, Richmond, 

Walker, Miss Mary res with Mrs. Susan 
Walker, .Milton. 

Walker, Miss Prudence res with James 
Walker, Milton. 






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ESTABLISHED IN" 1842. 

WW - _ !_ • HI? _ 




Jonas W. Yeo, 



Proprietor. 

Hich.mond, Ind. 



Build Steam Thrashers and Separators of all sizes. Horse Powers of all 
sizes. Drag Saws suited for two or lour horses, and Power to suit. 



&C, &C, 



<feo. 



Walker, Susan — widow John J3.— res n sires s s Railroad bet Foot and Green Cam- 
bridge. 

WALTERS, ALEXANDER far n s Con- 
nersville and Milton pike 2 miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Walter, Henry far s s C. & G. E. R. R. 4 
miles n e Centerville, Center tp. 

Walters, John lab res on farm of John 
Duke, Wayne tp. 

Walterman, Frederick grocer e s Pearl bet 
Mill and Sycamore res same, Richmond. 

Walterman, Matthias grocer w s Pearl bet 
Mill and Sycamore res same, Richmond. 

Walton, Ezra leather and findings n w cor 
Washington Cumberland and Dublin res same, Dublin. 

Walts, Peter miller 21 miles s Washington, 
Claytp. " 5 ' 

Waltz, Charlotte — widow Frederick — res 
with Peter Agal, Jackson tp. 

WALTZ, DANIEL— D. $ W. Waltz— res 
1J miles n e Milton. Washington tp. 

WALTZ, D. & W. —Daniel <$• William— 



Connersville st., w end, Milton. 

WALKLEY, N. S. freight agt C. & G. E. 
R. R. res w s Fifth, bet Sassafras and Vine, 
Richmond. 

Wall, Nathan far 1 mile s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Wallace, Catharine res with Hugh Wal- 
lace, Abington tp. 

WALLACE, GEORGE— cold— barber res 
with Sarah Wallace, Cambridge. 

Wallace, Hugh far 2 miles n Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Wallace, James far e s Connersville and 
Milton pike, 3£ miles s Milton 
tp. 

"W allace, James — cold — lab 
pike, e Dublin. 

WALLACE, JESSE— col'd- 
castle pike, h mile n Dublin, Jackson tp. 

WALLACE, JOHN— R. Wallace $ Co.— 



res s s Nat. 
-far w s New- 



far 2h miles s w Milton, Washington tp. 

Wallace, Joseph traveling agt for T. F.jundertakers 1$ miles n c Milton, Washin 
Baily & Co. res w s Sixth, bet Main and ton tp. 

Broadway, Richmond. Waltz, Elizabeth res w s Cambridge and 

Wallace, Lydia — col'd, widow Zac — res s s Franklin pike 3 miles s w of Hagerstown 
Walnut, bet Marion and Franklin, Rich- Jefferson tp. 

Waltz, Miss Fanny res with Jacob Waltz, 
Jackson tp. 



mond. 

WALLACE, OLIVER far 1| miles 
Milton, Washington tp. 

WALLACE, RICHARD— Ii. Wallace $ 
Co. — res s s Seminary, bet Main Cross and 
Cherry, Milton. 

WALLACE. R. & CO.— Richard W., John 
W., <5" James Williams — dry goods and gro- 
ceries n w cor Main Cross and Walnut, Mil- 
ton. 



WALTZ, JACOB carp res s s National 
road I mile w Cambridge, Jackson tp. The 
wife of Mr. Waltz is a great-grand-daughter 
of Molly Stark, of revolutionary memory. 

Waltz, Jacob res Germantown. 

Waltz, John carp res with Solomon Waltz, 
Jefferson tp. 

Waltz & Keever — Peter W. $ Seneca K. — 



Wallace, Sarah — widow Robert — res e s sawyers e s Cambridge and Winchester pike 
Franklin, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond.] 2 miles n Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Wallingford, S. D. far 2 miles n w Hills- WALTZ, LEVI miller res with Peter 
boro', Franklin tp. Waltz, Clay tp — Soldier. 

Wallace, Turner — col'd — lab res Newport. Waltz, Solomon far 2 J miles n w Hagers- 

Wallis, J. D. shoemaker res s s Short, bet town, Jefferson tp. 
Main Cross and West River, Milton. Waltz, Miss Sallie res with Jacob Waltz, 

Wallis, Sarah — col'd — ividow William B. — Ijackson tp. 



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WALTZ, SOLOMON carp res s s National| Warren, P. & J. C— Peter £ John C— 
road \ mile w Cambridge City, Jackson tp. wagon & carriage makers \v s Main Cross, 

"Waltz, Solomon F. carp res \ mile w Cam- Let Connersville and Seminary, Milton. 
bridge, Jackson tp. Warren, Solomon mach res n s Walnut, 

Waltz, William res with Peter Waltz, 'bet Main Cross and W T est River, Milton. 
Clay tp. WARRICK, M rs. JANE-frirfow Abraham 

WALTZ, WILLIAM— D. <j- W. Waltz — I — res with John Monnersmith, Richmond, 
res 1$ miles n e Milton, Washington tp. Washburn, Dauiel N. res with William 

W ampler, John far res with Ensley Hoo- "Washburn, Richmond, 
ver. Washburn, William railroad conductor res 

Wanker, Catharine — widow Arnold — res,e s Fifth, bet Mulberry and Sassafras, Rich- 



wit h H. Nievegengert, Wayne tp 

Wanker, Henry shoemaker res w s Wash- 
ington bet Sycamore and Mill, Richmond. 

Wansterd, Fred lab res e s Sixth bet South 
and Market, Richmond. 

Ward, Anthony helper res with J. Stanton, 
Richmond. 

Ward, Benjamin stencil cutter near Mid- 
dleboro, W'ayne tp. 

Ward, James M. sawyer res nw cor Cher- 
ry and Main, Milton — Soldier. 



mond. 

W T asson, A. boots & shoes s s Main, bet 
Main Cross and West River, res same, Milton. 

Wasson, Miss Fannie res with Fleming 
Wasson, Wayne tp. 

WASSON, FLEMING far ss D. & W. 
R. R., 3 miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Wasson, Jehiel blacksmith n s Conners- 
ville st., bet West River and Main, res same, 
Milton. 

V r ASSON, J. MACAMY expressman & 



Ward, James W tinner res 11 South gardener res on Vine Hill, e s R. & Lick 
Seventh, Richmond. Creek pike, ^ mile s w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

W T ARD, JOHN watchman res n w cor J Wasson, J. H. agt Ohio River Salt Co. s s 
Green and Sassafras, Richmond. ^Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth, res n e cor Fifth 

Ward, Sarah H. — widow Daniel — res 24|and 31ulberry, Richmond. 
South Fifth, Richmond. Wasson, John W. blacksmith res s s Main, 

W'are, Miss Hannah M. teacher res with bet Main Cross and Cherry, Milton. 
Moses M. Robbins, Abington. Wasson, Miss Josie res with Fleming 

W T are, Isaac N. far w s pike \ mile n Dub- Wasson, W T ayne tp. 
lin. Jackson tp. W'asson, Lemuel far res with James Mc- 

WARE, JOHN M. physician office and Clain, W r ayne tp. 
res Abington. W 7 ASSON, MAGGIE — wife Joel, soldier — 

Wareham, George W. cl'k res with T. B. res I mile n Cambridge, Jackson tp. 
Spratt, Richmond. WASSQN, NATHAN far 2 miles n e 

Warfel, Amos res Germantown. 'Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

Waring, Mrs. S. H. milliner s e cor Fifth W'asson, Miss Sallie A. cl'k at Cincinnati 
and Broadway, Richmond. .Store, bds with Micamy W'asson, Richmond. 

AVaring, W . P. physician office and res s e WATER CURE- Green Mount Retreat — 
cor Fifth and Broadway, Richmond. established in 18G3 for the treatment of 

Warm, Fernando carp res e s Main Cross chronic diseases, James E. Gross, proprietor, 
bet Main and Walnut, Centerville. \\ miles s e Richmond. 

Warman, Eliza M. res with Thomas Hunt, Watkins, Benjamin far e s Washington 
Milton. and Economy pike, 3 miles n w Washington, 

Warman, Enoch far res Milton. Clay tp. 

Warner, Amanda — widow — ress s Cliff bet! Watkins, George W. — cold — far on J. H. 
Pearl and Fort Wayne Av. Crampton's farm. 

Warner, Miss Isabelle teacher res with Watkins, James teamster res n w cor Ma- 
Mrs. Amanda Warner, Richmond. rion and Mill, Richmond. 

Warner, Miss Sarah res with !Mrs. Amanda Watkins, Ovanda E. res with B. W^atkins, 
Warner, Richmond. Clay tp. 

Warren, Dayton ice-cream saloon n s Main, WATSON, HARMON C. far res with 
bet West River and Main Cross, res with Richard Rue, Wayne tp — Soldier. 
Levin Warren Milton. Watson, James far and carp bet Boston 

Warren, John C. — P. 4" J- O. Warren — res and Straight-line pikes, Boston tp, 4 miles s 
n s Main, bet Main Cross and Cherrv, Milton. Richmond. 

WARREN, LEVIN saw mill w s White WATSON, JAMES T. -Lindsay $ Watson 
W T ater, res n s Main, eW. W. Canal, Milton. — res w s Pearl, bet Spring and Cliff, Rich- 
Warren, Margaret — widow Solomon— res n mond. 
s Seminary, bet West River and Main Cross, Watt, N. L. C. grocer n w cor Marion 
Milton. and Walnut, res 42 South Fifth, Richmond. 

Warren, Michael lab res Sevastopol. WATT, ROBERT far on county line, 2 

Warren, Peter — P. <j- J. O. Warren — res n miles e Jacksonburg road, Washington tp. 
s Walnut, bet Cherry and Main Cross, Milton. j Watt, W\ S. livery stable n w cor Walnut 



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CENTEEVILLE 



(FORMERLY WHITE WATER COLLEGE,) 
CEXTREYILLE, - - ITVT^I^VlNr^. 



The Literary curriculum in this Institution embraces four departments :— 

PRIMARY, INTERMEDIATE. ACADEMIC ail COLLEGIATE. 

The fine arts — 

Musio-lnstrumental, Vocal, Thorough Bass and Harmony, 

The instruction is thorough, and discipline rigid. Young Ladies board 
in the Institution. 

YOUNG GENTLEMEN CAN FIND GOOD BOAED IN PRIVATE FAMILIES. 

No association allowed between the sexes, except in the class room and at 
such other times as the President may direct. 

Rooms, &c, will be Furnished those who may wish to Board Themselves. 

The expense can thus be reduced 

1ST E -A. !Ft L Y 0]STE H J± Xu F . 

The location is tinsurpassed for 

J. M. COYNER, A. M., President. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



and Marion, res e s Fifth, bet Main and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

Watts, Miss Catharine res with Nancy 
Watts, Wayne tp. 

Watts, Nancy — u-idoiv William T. — res l\ 
miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Way, A. J. photographer with Maxwell & 
Estell, bds with Mrs. Louisa Way, Rich- 
mond. 

Way, Joseph blacksmith es Bloomingsport 
pike, 2 miles n Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Way, Louisa — widow Joseph R. — res s w 
cor Franklin and Walnut, Richmond. 

WAYMAN, J. V.— J. V. $ W. G. Way- 
man — res s s rail-road, e Canal, Cambridge. 

WAYMAN, J. V. & W. G.—J. V. $ W. 
G. Wayman — physicians s s Main, bet Foote 
and Center, Cambridge City. 

Wayman, Miss Laura res with George A. 
Johnson, Jackson tp. 

WAYMAN, W. G. J. V. $ W. G. Way- 
man - res with J. Wayman, Cambridge City. 

Waymire, Frances — widow Dawid—res with 
William Flemming. 

WAYMIRE, ISAM far 5 miles s e Milton 
Washington tp. 

Waymire, Rudolph far Washington tp. 6 
miles s w Centerville. 

Wayne, James S. far res e s Boston pike 
l£ miles s Richmond. 

Weaver & Bundy — Jas. N. Weaver § Jason 
Bundy — barbers 10G Main (2d story), Rich- 
mond. 

Weaver, Cornelius C. shoemaker res with 
Sarah Bower, Jackson tp. 

Weaver, Daniel far res Abington. 

Weaver, E. W. far res Abington. 

Weaver, Jacob mach res e s Pearl bet 
Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Weaver, James N. — col'd, Wearer £ Bundy 
— res e s Pearl bet Walnut and Market, 
Richmond. 

Weaver, Jesse far Dalton tp. 2 miles w 
Economy. 

Weaver, John H grocer Abington, res 
same. 

Weaver, Joseph far 2J miles s e Dalton, 
Dalton tp. 

Weaver, Miss Mary res with Joseph Wea- 
ver, Dalton tp. 

Weaver, Mary C. milliner — wife John H.~ 
Abington. 

Weaver, Rebecca — widow Daniel — seam- 
stress res with Francis Mullett, Richmond. 

Webb, Benjamin book-keeper it Citizen's 
Bank bds at Huntington H'se, Richmond. 

WEBB, DAVIGHT railroad agt. res Vin- 
ton H'se, Cambridge. See '"Soldiers' Regis- 
ter" for a history of his son, Lieut. S. D. 
Webb. 

Webb, Edward H. far e s Cambridge and 
Winchester pike 2\ miles s Hagerstown, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Webb, Hugh expressman, res s s Main bet 
Marion and Pearl, Richmond, 



W'ebb. Mrs. J. milliner s s Main bet Mari- 
on and Pearl, Richmond, res same. 

Webb, Miss Lizzie M. milliner res with 
Hugh Webb, Richmond. 

AVebb, Miss Minnie milliner n s Main bet 
('enter and Chestnut res same, Cambridge. 

WEBB, WILLIAM W. railroad engineer 
res 54 South Fifth, Richmond — Soldier. 

Webber, Conrad Dainter res Germantown. 

WEBBER, GEORGE H. blacksmith res 
e s Pear], bet Market and Walnut, Richmond. 

WEBBERT, JOHN trader & notary pub- 
lic, Jacksonburg. 

Weber, George W. far res Abington. 

Webster, Daniel cabinet maker res witn 
Louisa Webster, Richmond. 

WEBER, HENRY lab res w s Green, bet 
Market and Syounore, Richmond. 

AVeber, Henry, jr. far n Williamsburg 
pike, 3* miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

AVebster, Edward far e s White Water, 1J 
miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

WEBSTER, LOUISA— u-idotc Volentine 
— res 100 South Fifth, Richmond. 

AVebster, Miss Susan res with Louisa Web- 
ster Richmond. 

AVebster, Thomas carp res on farm owned 
by Jesse Cate, ^ mile w Williamsburg, Green 
tp. 

AVebster, A\ illiam R. dentist s w cor Main 
and Marion, res e s Seventh, bet Alain and 
Broadway, Richmond. 

W T edekind, Charles res n s Pearl, bet Maia 
and Spring, Richmond. 

AVedekind, Miss Mina milliner s s Alain, 
bet Pearl and Marion, res w s Pea.rl, bet 
Main and Spring, Richmoni, 

W T EDEKIND, THE ADORE wagon mak- 
er n w cor Alain and AVashington, res s w 
cor Alain and Pearl, Hagerstown. 

AVeeks, James far 3 miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

AVeeks, Louisa res with James AVeeks, 
New Garden tp. 

AVeeks, Alerrie far 2 J miles n w Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

AVeeks, Rachel H. res with James Weeks, 
New Garden tp. 

AVeeks, Roferd, res with James AA'ee s, 
New Garden tp. 

AVEESE, IRA— Allen cj- Wvcse— res e s 
Front, bet Spring and Sassafras, Richmond 
— Soldier. 

AVEESNER, E. P. carp res w s Union 
pil^e, near Newport pi*>e, 5 miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

AVeesnor, Michael, aged 75, far e s R. & 
Newport pike, 3£ miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

AVEFEL, GARHARD HENRA r — Scott, 
Egli $■ Go. — res s s AValnut bet Seventh and 
Eighth, Richmond. 

Weidman, Augustus tailor n s College bet 



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THE SECURITY 



OF HXEW YOUIC CITY, 

HAS A CASH CAPITAL AID SUKPLTJS OP $1,602,860.24. 

-^» 

WESTERN FSRE BRANCH, 

J. R. PAYSON, General Agent, Chicago, 111. 

— — — ^ . — . — 

All losses in this State paid at once, and 
W itla.oiz.-t 33iiscoTa.xit for Interest, 

THROUGH THE 

Riclmioiid, Ind. 

J. R. PRESTON, State Agent. 



State .A-gency, 



"Washington and Pearl res same, Hagers- 
town. 

Weidner, G. soap and candles n s Main w 
Green res same, Eichmond. 

AVEINSTEIN & BRO.— Ed. Weimtein # 
Tobias Weinstein — railroad clothing h'se 32 
Main, Richmond. 

WEINVTEIN, EDW.— Weinstein $ Bro. 
— res s e cor Sixth and Walnut, Richmond. 

WEINSTEIN, TOBIAS— Weinstein # 
Bro. — s e cor Sixth and Market, Richmond. 

Weir, A. F. mach res Gait H'se, Rich- 
mond. 

Weisgerber, John M. mach, Cambridge. 

Welch, John lab res Washington. 

Welch, John far 3 J miles s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Welch, Michael far e s Liberty pike Bos- 
ton tp. 4| miles s Richmond. 

Wellenkamp, Miss Ellen res with Henry 
Wellenkamp, Richmond. 

Wellenkamp, Henry stone cutter res w s 
Front bet Sycamore and Market, Richmond. 

Weller, R. C. mach res e s Front bet 
Spring and Sassafras, Richmond — Soldier. 

WELSH, JOHN far res 2£ miles s w Hills 
boro. 

Wenner, Joseph lab res e s Seventh bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Werner, Joseph tailor res e s Pearl bet 
South and Mill, Richmond. 

Werner, Miss Kate res with H. B. Payne, 
Richmond. 

Werts, Elijah far 2 miles n e Jacksonburg, 
Harrison tp. 

Werts, Jacob carp w s Liberty pike Boston 
tp. 5 miles s Richmond. 

Wescott, John N. book-keeper with Mitch- 
ell & Benson res w s Eighth bet Walnut and 
Main, Richmond. 

_ Weskmire, John lab res 84 South Frank- 
lin, Richmond. 

Wesler, Benjamin far w s Middle Fork 2 
miles n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

14 



Wesler, George res with Thomas Wesler, 
Franklin tp — Soldier. 

Wesler, Thomas far 2 miles n w Middle- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

WESLEY, GEORGE W.—coVd— white- 
washer and cook res w s Pearl bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Wessel, John W. — Gaar §■ Wessel — res e s 
Marion bet Market and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond. 

West, Julia A. — widow Dr. Calvin — res n s 
Walnut bet Elm and Sycamore, Hagerstown. 

Westcombe. Chas. T. clerk in gas office res 
s w cor Sixth and Vine, Richmond. 

Westenberg, George lab res w s Seventh 
bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Westenberg, John res with George West- 
enberg, Richmond. 

WESTERMAN, HENRY B. carp res w 
s Eighth bet South and Walnut, Richmond. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH, 
Charles P. Elliott operator Huntington hse, 
Richmond. 

Westfall, Miss Martha res e s Eighth bet 
Main and Broadway, Richmond. 

Westlake, William retired res e s Dublin n 
Harrison, Dublin. 

Wetherald, Edgar K. res with Henry L. 
Wetherald, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

WETHERALD, HENRY Ju.~Hill $ 
Wetherald, — and far 3 miles s e Richmond 1J- 
mile s National road, Wayne tp. 

Wettich, Henry res with Henry Greive, 
Richmond. 

Wevers, Andrew miller res near Thistleth- 
waite & Burdsall'g mill, Wayne tp. 

Weyle, John far res e s Economy and 
Washington pike 2 miles s Economy, Perry 
tp. 

Whackenberger, Samuel far with Henry 
Dilling, Jefferson tp. 

Whaling, Miss Eliza res with Isaac Jack- 
son, Cambridge City. 

Wharton, Aaron far n s Main, German- 
town. 



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r < WHARTON, Miss MAKY res with Aaron 
"Wharton, Germantown. 

"Wheelock, E. W. fireman res Richmond. 

WHEALEN, JOHN bricklayer res J mile 
n Cambridge and Dalton pike, 3 miles s w 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Wheeler, James lab res s Clifton, Wayne 
tp. 

Wheelan, John L. brickmason res 80 South 
Fifth, Richmond. 

Whelan, Kosciusko printer res s w < 
Jones and Front, Cambridge. 

Wbelan, Thomas D. retired druggist res n 
s Main, bet Jones and Green, Cambridge. 
Mr. Whelan was Commissary at North Bend, 
Ind., while Gen. Harrison was in command 
in 1812. 

Whiddett, W. W. flax and cotton manuf 
1 mile n Richmond, res w s Pearl, bet Main 
and Spring, Richmond. 

Whippey, George P. traveling agt res s s 
Spring, tet Pearl and Front, Richmond. 

Whippo, Charles H. far 1 mile n Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

WHIPPO, JAMES L. station and express 
agt res e s Foundry st., n s rail-road, Dublin. 

Whippo, Louisa res with Sarah Whippo, 
Dublin. 

Whippo, Sarah — widow John — res e s Mil- 
ton, first house n rail-road, Dublin. 

Whisler, John carp res w s West River st., 
a Milton. 

Whissler, Rudolph far 2J miles s Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Whisler, Sanford cooper res with Wood- 
man Carey, Milton. 

Y/hitakre, James inmate Wayne Countj 
Asylum. 

Wkittaker, James weaver res \ mile n 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

WHITACRE, JONATHAN R. Wayne 
County Recorder res near county offices, Cen- 
terville — Soldier. 

Whitacre, Milton H. far \ mile w Fairfax, 
w s Noland's Fork, Center tp. 

Whitby, Henry far 1^ miles s w Milton, 
Washington tp, near the Fayette county line. 

White, Alva — cold — far res 3 miles n w 
Hillsboro', Franklin tp. 

White, Miss Ann E. res with Joseph 
White, Wayne tp. 

White, Armeacia res with Milton White, 
Wayne tp. 

White, Daniel far res 2 miles s Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

White, David M. far res with John Allen 
— Soldier. 

White, Eli carp res Jacksonburg. 

WHITE, ELIJAH-coi'^-far l£ mile n w 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

White, George cigar maker res 2 miles s e 
Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

White, Henry S. res with Mrs. Sarah 
White, Franklin tp. 



White, Israel far res 2 miles n Hillsboro, 
e s road, Franklin tp. 

White, Jacob far 1 mile n Cambridge, 
Jackson tp. 

White, James D. far res J mile n Hills- 
boro, e s road, Franklin tp. 

White, James, sen. far res 1§ miles n Hills- 
boro, e s road, Franklin tp. 

White, James far 4£ miles n e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

White, James — col'd — far res 3 miles n w 
Hillsboro, Franklin tv. 

White, James — col f d — far on Joel Parker's 
land, £ mile n Newport, New Garden tp. 

White, John far res 2 miles s Bethel, 
Franklin tp. 

White, John far res 2 miles s e Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

White, John far res with Joseph White, 
Wayne tp. 

White, Jonathan far res Bethel. 

White, Joseph far n s Richmond and New 
Paris road, 4 miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 
White, Joseph C. far res with Joseph 
White, Wayne tp. 

White, Joseph, jun. gardener res w s Hills- 
boro pike, £ mile n Richmond, Wayne tp. 

White, Joseph R. res with Mrs. Susan 
White. 

White, Josiah far n s county road, 1 J miles 
s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

^ WHITE, LEWIS-co^' d-\ab res s s South 
Second, bet Chestnut and Center, Cambridge. 

White, Miss Martha L. — col'd — res with 
Lewis White, Cambridge. 

White, Mary — widow John — res with Tim- 
othy Nicholson, Richmond. 

White, Miss Mary E. res with George 
White, Jefferson tp. 

White, Miss Mary S. res with Timothy 
Nicholson, Richmond. 

White, Miss Mary T. res with Mrs. Susan 
White. 

WHITE, MILTON far 5 miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. ' 

WHITE, NATHAN far res £ mile e 
Bethel, Franklin tp. 

White, Noah miller w s Greensfork 2 miles 
s w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

White, Rachael M. — widow Adrion — res J 
mile n Milton. 

WHITE, RICHARD far lj miles e Mil- 
ton, Washington tp. 

WHITE, SALLIE— widow— of James C. 
White who sacrificed his life at the battle of 
Kenesaw Mountain, res Hillsboro. 

White, Susan — widow — res on farm 1^ miles 
n Hillsboro, Franklin tp. 

White, Miss Susie res with Sarah William- 
son, Washington tp. 

White, Miss Tamar A. res with Milton 
White, Wayne tp. 

White, William far res 1 mile n Bethel e s 
tpke, Franklin tp. 



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RICHMOND 






f^? 



e* » «*» «^> e&» eK» W eJUW <i .J*«^LI 

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY and FINANCIAL AGENT of the United StatesT 

SUCCESSOR TO THE 

RBCHMOND BRANCH OF THE BANK OF THE STATE. 

— TRANSACTS A — 

OEnsrE^t^.x, JB^.2srizTisr&- bxjshstess 

OX THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. * 

Customers of this Bank are accorded all advantages derived from the f»M tw » • m- 

cial Agent of the United States, and in direct coLmTicatlo^ithlhe " * " 

various Departments at Washington. 
OKAS.. F . COFFIN, ^ eS >t, , A . h. B^ CHARD. O as *>r. 



White, Wm. far n s Cambridge road 1£ 
miles s w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp 

WHITE, WILLIAM E. far res wit] 
Rachel White, Milton 

White, William J. far res with Joseph 
White, Wayne tp. 

White, Wm. W. student Earlham, res 
Dublin. 

Whitehead, Lewis painter res with Nicho- 
las Smith, Abington tp. 

Whitely, Daniel retired res s s Conners- 
ville bet Main Cross and West River sts 
Milton. 

WHITELY, DANIEL Jr. far 2 J miles s 
w Milton, Washington tp. near Payette Co. 
line. 

WHITELY, ISAAC far res s s Walnut 
w Brook, Milton. 
Whitesel, Daniel 



Wickersham, Joshua G. carp w s Diagonal, 
n Depot, Dublin. a 

Wickes, Addison, far res near Pennville 
Jackson tp. ' 

WICKES, BENTON res with Addison 
\V lckes. 

Wickes Miss Elizabeth res with Addison 
VV lckes, Jackson tp. 

Wicks, Jacob far n s National road 2 miles 
e Germantown, Jackson tp. 

WICKETT, BENJAMIN-A Wickett * 
Co.— res 13 Mam, Richmond 

WICKETT, B. & CO. house furnishers 13 
Main, Richmond. 

Wickle, Henry express driver res with, 
JN ewton Loonier, Richmond 

WIDNER, SAMUEL constable and mar- 
— SoUliev e CUy r<38 EaSt Cambrid &' e 

Widows, Lemuel far 2 miles w Washing. 



.- F. miller w s Jackson- 
burg road 2\ miles s w Economy, Perry tp. w ^ ows ' J 
Whitmore, Miss Louisa tailoress res with] ton ' Cla ^ *P- 
H. J. Kern, Milton. ]™° WS ' UEIAfl far e 8 Connersville- 

Whitner, Rudolph far 3 miles s e Milton l and Alllton pike 5 miles s Milton, Washing 
Washington tp. ton *P- * 

Widows, William far 2 miles w Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. * 
Widows, William C. far e s Connersville 
ton ; P 5 mileS S Milten » Washing- 

Widup Saunders for Boston tp 3A miles s e 
Richmond. " 

Widup, Theresa— widow William— res s s 
Main bet Main Cross and Spruce, Center- 
ville. 

WIDUP, Miss THERESA post mistress 
res with Mrs. Theresa Widup, Centerville 

Wierhake, Caa. lab res e s South High, 
Kichmond. °^ 

WIGGINS, ANDRESS S. far n s Ha- 
gerstown and Chicago pike I mile w Haters- 
town, Jefferson tp. ° 

Wiggins C. O — Wggm, $ Cb.-res w s 
Pearl, bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 
| Wiggins & Co.-S. R. W., C. 0. W, # J. 
D. W.— tannery n s Market, w end; leather 



Whitney, Craft veterinary surgeon s s 
Cliff bet Port Wayne Av. and Pearl, Rich- 
mond. 

WHITNEY, Miss MINNIE res with Al- 
bert Simons, Richmond. 

Whitridge, John C. attorney and notary 
public 58 Main (2d storv) res e 9 Pifth bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

Whitson, John far \ mile a w Fairfax 
Center tp. 

WICKARD, JOSEPH— J. t y S. K. Wick- 
ard—res w s Ninth bet Main and Broadwav 
Richmond. J ' 

WICKARD, J. & g, K.— Joseph # Samuel 
A.— dry goods n w cor Main and Marion, 
Richmond. 

WICKARD, THOMAS cooper res with 
Michael Myers, Jackson tp If miles w Mil- 
ton. 

Wickersham, Eli cooper Washington 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



store s s Main, bet Marion and Pearl, Rich- 
mond. 

WIGGINS, CHAKLES P. rail-roader res 
e s Fifth, bet Market and South, Richmond. 

Wiggins, Daniel P. retired res s s Nat. 
road, | mile e Richmond. 

Wiggins, Emma — widow William — res e s 
Pearl, bet Sycamore and Market, Richmond. 

Wiggins, Hugh R. cl'k res n e cor Seventh 
and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Wiggins, Miss India res with A. S. Wig- 
gins, Jefferson tp. 

Wiggins, J. D. — Wiggins § Co — res s e cor 
Seventh and Mulberry, Richmond. 

WIGGINS, PHILEMON F. meat shop 
s w cor Fifth and Main, res e s Pearl, bet 
Walnut and Market, Richmond— Soldier. 

WIGGINS, SAMUEL retired res n e cor 
Franklin and Sassafras, Richmond. 

Wiggins, Stephen R.— Wiggins <J- Co.— res 
•n e cor Seventh and Sassafras, Richmond. 

WIGGINS. STONEBRAKER & CO. 
pork and beef packers depot building, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Wiggs & Bacon — R. Wiggs $ George Bacon 
— dry goods n s Main, bet Front and Pearl, 
Richmond. 

Wiggs, Raiford — Wiggs $ Bacon — res w s 
Sixth, bet Walnut and Market, Richmond. 

WIKE, JOHN L. carp n w cor West 
River and Canal, res n s Canal, bet West 
River and Main Cross, Milton — Soldier. 

Wikel, Henry cl'k res with Newton Looni- 
er, Richmond. 

Wilborn, John C. far 2\ miles n w New- 
port, on Samuel Purviance's farm, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Wilcamire, Fred, lab res e s Seventh, bet 
South and Walnut, Richmond. 

Wilcox, Miss Anna res with William Wil- 
cox, Richmond 

WILCOX, HENRY W. mach res Gait 
H'se, Richmond. 

Wilcox, William E. woollen manuf res n 
w cor Fort Wayne Avenue and Sassafras, 
Richmond. 

Wilcoxen, Miss Jane res with Abijah Ricb, 
Wayne tp. 

Wilcoxen, John far w s Union pike, 1\ 
miles n w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

WILCOXEN, JOHN R. fur n s Hagers- 
town and Newcastle pike, 1 mile w Hagers-- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Wilcoxen, Mary — widow George — toll-keep- 
er, Hagerstown and Newcastle pike, 1 mile 
w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Wilcoxen, Mary E. teacher res with Bur- 
gess Legg, Center tp. 

Wilcoxen, William P. for n s county road, 
2 miles s Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Wildridge, Miss Julia Ann res with R. A. 
Wildridge, Wayne tp. 

Wildridge, Jjucretia— widow John— Tea with 
,Z..A. Nye, Richmond. 



WILDRIDGE, RALPH A. far n s Nat. 
road, 2 miles e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Wiles, Calvin far s s C. & C. Air-line R. R., 
2\ miles w Washington, Clay tp. 

Wiley, Catharine — widow Edward — res over 
Christopher SchoVer's store, Richmond. 

Wiley, Joshua harness maker bds at Mrs. 
Prescott's, Richmond. 

WILEY, MARTIN grocer, Bethel, res on 
farm, £ mile n Bethel, e s road. 

Wiley, Miss Mary H. res with W. H. Cof- 
fin. 

Wiley, Miss Susan M. res with Edward 
Rirby, Wayne tp. 

WILHELM, JAMES H. mach res Mrs. 
Reece's boarding-house, Richmond — Soldier. 

Wilkerson, Clark blacksmith on farm of 
William Pearce, New Garden tp. 

Wilkins, Miss Belle res Meredith House, 
Richmond. 

Wilkins, Elizabeth — widow Cranston — res 
n e cor Front and Market, Richmond. 

Wilkins, Miss Kate S. res Meredith House, 
Richmond. 

Wilkins, Miss Sallie milliner with Miss 
Anna Shover, bds with Mrs. E. Wilkins, 
Richmond. 

Wilkins, Stacy H. butcher res n s Pearl) 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Wilkinson, Miss Anna res with Frederick 
Hoover, Richmond. 

Wilkinson, William knife-maker res w s 
Hillsboro pike, 1£ miles n Richmond, Wayne 
tp. 

Willcuts, Billy far f mile e Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

WILLCUTS, DAVID far near corpora- 
tion of Newport. 

Willcutts, Jonathan far & assessor w s 
Lynnville pike, 2 miles n w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Williams, Absalom far If miles s e Wash- 
sin gton, Clay tp. 

WILLIAMS, ACHILLES post-master 
res w s Ft. Wayne Av, bet Cliff and Sassa- 
fras, Richmond. 

Williams, Alfred B. far \\ miles n East 
Cambridge. 

Williams, Miss Amanda res with W. W. 
Williams, Richmond. 

Williams, Amos gate-k eeper on Centerville 
pike, \ mile n w Abington, Abinglon tp, res 
same. 

Williams, Miss Ann E. res with Christo- 
pher Williams, New Garden tp. 

Williams, Balies far f miles s e Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Williams, Barbara — widow Thomas — res n 
w cor Main and Elm, Hagerstown. 

WILLIAMS, CALEB R. res e s Sixth, 
bet Sassafras and Vine, Richmond. 

Williams, Christopher, far l\ miles w 
Newport, New Garden tp. 

Williams, Clayton — coVd — lab res near 
David Wilson's, Wayne tp. 



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"Williams, Cynthia A. — widow Daniel — 1£ 
miles e Washington, Clay tp. 

"WILLIAMS, DANIEL minister of the 
Society of Friends, res 1J miles e "Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

Williams, David far n s Nat. road, 2 miles 
e Germantown, Jackson tp. 

"Williams, David, jun. res with D. "Wil- 
liams, Jackson tp. 

Williams, Edgar coppersmith res with S. 
F. Thomas — Soldier. 

"Williams, Edwin boiler-maker res Pitt- 
man's boarding house, Kichmond. 

Williams, Elihu far w s Middle Fork 2\ 
miles n Kichmond, Wayne tp. 

Williams, Franklin far res with Christo- 
pher Williams, New Garden tp. 

Williams, George M. mach res w s Center 
s North High, Kichmond. 

Williams, Gideon res with David Williams, 
Jackson tp. 

WILLIAMS, GTJRDON— Daboll Sr Wil- 
liams — res n s Walnut bet Sixth and Seventh, 
Kichmond. 

WILLIAMS, HAKRT mach res s s North 
High bet Center and Gaar, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Williams, Miss Harriet res with Watkin 
Williams, Hagerstown. 

WILLIAMS & HATFIELD— John Wil- 
liams § John H. Hatfield — merchant tailors 
104 Main, Richmond. 

Williams, Henry far Dalton tp e s West 
River pike 3 miles w Economy. 

WILLIAMS, HENRY far with Absalom 
Williams. 

WILLIAMS, HENRY C. far res with 
Charles N. McGrew, Washington tp. 

Williams, Isaac far w s Newport and Wil- 
liamsburg road 2 miles w Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Williams, Jacob far h mile w Richmond 
and Newport pike 1J miles s w Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Williams, James far 4 miles s w Milton, 
Washington tp. 

Williams, James brick layer res Abington. 

Williams, James cabinet maker res with 
Mary Roberts, Richmond — Soldier. 

Williams, James H. blacksmith, Newport 

WILLIAMS, JAMES N.— R. Wallace $ 
Co. — and far res s w Milton, Washington, 
tp. 



Williams, Jesse far s s National road 1$ 
miles e Centerville, Center tp. 

Williams, Jesse B. far H miles e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Williams, Jesse M. salesman with Daboll 
& Williams bds with Mrs. E. C. Paige, Rich- 
mond. 

WILLIAMS, JESSE T. far res s e cor 
Main and Spruce, Centerville. Was formerly 
sheriff of Wayne countv. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN— Williams $ Hat- 
field — res No. 8 Price's Row, North Seventh, 
Richmond. 

Williams, J. Thomas saddler res w s Elm 
n North Market, Hagerstown — Soldier. 

Williams, John far 2 miles s e Washing- 
ton, Clay tp. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN M. far and justice 
of the peace res \ mile n w Economy, Perry 
tp.; he is a native of Tennessee and has re- 
sided in this county 51 years, now lives on 
land entered by his father. 

Williams, John D. far res with James Sul- 
ser, Boston tp — Soldier. 

Williams, John T. far e s Richmond and 
Liberty straight-line pike, Boston tp. 3| miles 
s Richmond. 

Williams, Jonathan l\ miles n e Hillsboro, 
Franklin tp. 

Williams, J. E. commission merchant, 
bds Huntington H'se. 

Williams, Joseph asst. post master res with 
Achilles Williams, Richmond. 

W T illiams, Joseph retired res n s Main bet 
Poplar and Walnut, Economy. 

Williams, Joseph far w s Jacksonburg road 
2 miles s w Economy, Perry tp. 

Williams, Miss Maria res with Jesse Wil- 
liams, Center tp. 

Williams, Mary — ividoio — res Hillsboro. 

WILLIAMS, MATTHEW far and dealer 
in stock res with Henry Williams, Dalton tp. 

Williams, Merchant blacksmith res n s 
North Poplar, Economy. 

Williams, Miss Missouri res with Sam'l H. 
Thomas, Richmond. 

Williams, Morgan far and stock dealer 5 
miles s e Milton, Washington tp. 

WILLIAMS, NATHAN S. far 3£ miles 
n e Richmond, Wayne tp — Soldier — read his 
history. 

Williams, Noah far 3 miles n w Center- 
ville, Center tp. 



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Williams, Obed far stock dealer n s Frank- 
lin road 2 miles w Economy, Perry tp. 

Williams, Phoebe res with Michael Wees- 
nor. 

Williams, Pierce far 2J miles n e Milton 
Washington tp. 

Williams, Rebecca — widow Hezekiah — res 
with Francis Pruyn, Richmond. Mrs. Wii 
liams emigrated to Wayne tp. in 1814 and 
was among the first to settle in Richmond, is 
now about 73 years of age 

WILLIAMS, ROBERT cooper n w cor 
Main and Walnut, res s s Pork bet Walnut 
and Jones, Cambridge. 

Williams, Miss Sallie T. res with Achilles 
Williams, Richmond. 

Williams, Miss Sarah res with Watkin 
Williams, Hagerstown. 

WILLIAMS &SCHIBLER— Thomas W. 
$ Fred. S. — boots and shoes s w cor Main and 
Perry, Hagerstown. 

Williams, Solomon far 1 mile n e Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 

Williams, Sophia res with Henry Williams 
Dalton tp. 

Williams, Stephen far res 1^ miles s Hills- 
boro', w pike, Franklin tp. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS — Williams $ 
Schibler — res with Barbara Williams, Hagers- 
town. 

Williams, Thomas res with J. H. Wil- 
liamms, Newport. 

Williams, Thomas B. pork packer, cattle 
dealer, and far, res n s North Walnut, Econ- 
omy. 

WILLIAMS, WATKIN post master res 
n e cor Perry and Harrison, Hagerstown. 

Williams, William res with Solomon Bond, 
Wayne tp, aged 74 years. Moved to Wayne 
county, from North Carolina, in 1821. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM physician res 
Main Cross, e end, s s Hillsboro'. 

WILLIAMS, W. B. rail-road agt res n e 
cor Basin and Chestnut, Cambridge. 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM B. far w s 
Richmond and Liberty tpke, 2 miles e Ab- 
ington, Abington tp. 

WILLIAMS, W. D.—L. Small $ Go.- 
res n s Main, bet Perry and Elm, Hagers 
town. 

Williams, William G. far res with Morgan 
Williams, Washington tp. 

Williams, William H. tar on D. Willcutt's 
farm, Newport. 

WILLIAMS, W. H. mach res s s North 
High, bet Center and Gaar, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Williams — VanJEvnan § Williams — res ss 
Main, bet Main Cross and First, Centerville. 

Williams, W. W. retired res s e cor Sev- 
enth and Walnut, Richmond. 

Williamson, Augustin far 1 mile e Chester, 
Wayne tp. 

Williamson, Freeland wagon maker Wash- 
ington, Clay tp. 



WILLIAMSON, SARAH— widow George 
— res e s Connersville and Milton pike 1 
mile s Milton, Washington tp. 

WILLIAMSON, SILAS B. carp res s w 
cor Spring and Front, Richmond. 

Williamson, Elizabeth — widow Isaac — res 
with T. F. Bailey, Richmond. 

WILLIAMSON, E. E. books and station- 
ery 121 s s Main bet Fifth and Sixth, res w s 
Sixth bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

WILLIAMSON, WM. far 5 miles n Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Willis, Jesse far f mile s Franklin, Dalton 
tp. 

Willis, Leonard res with Jesse Willis, Dal- 
ton tp. 

Willis, Ruth — widow Isaac — 1 \ miles s Dal- 
ton, Dalton tp. 

Willits, Charles for 3 miles n Centerville, 
Center tp. 

Willits, Elisha far 4 miles e Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

WILLITS, JOHN far res s s Centerville 
and Milton road 3 miles e Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

WILLITS, LINDLET M. far in Harri- 
son tp. 3 miles n e Germantown. 

Willits, Miss Matilda res with John Wal- 
lace, Washington tp. 

WILLITS, NELSON far 4J miles s e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Willits, W'illiam lab res with Jesse Starr, 
Wayne tp. 

Wills, Hilary-widow William-res with Peter 
Rummel, Washington tp. 

Wilson, Miss Adeline res with Hannah 
Wilson, Clay tp. 

Wilson, Amanda — widow Claiborne— res e s 
Main Cross bet Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

Wilson, Catharine — widow Joseph — res s s 
Main bet Main Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Wilson, C. M. brick layer res w s Main 
Cross bet Spice and Walnut, Centerville. 

WILSON, CHARLES far w s Conners- 
ville and Milton pike f mile s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Wilson, Charles M. bricklayer res Main 
Cross, Centerville. 

Wilson, Christopher far w s pike f mile s 
Dublin, Jackson tp. 

WILSON, COMODORE P. far 2 miles s 
e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Wilson, David brush-maker res s s Nat. 
road 2 miles w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Wilson, Miss Debbie res with George Wil- 
son, Richmond. 

Wilson, Elizabeth — widow Matthew — res s 
s railroad, 1 mile w Cambridge, Jackson tp. 

WILSON & ELLIOTT— Jesse S. W. $ 
H. O. E. — dry good n w cor Main and Pearl, 
Richmond. 

Wilson, Miss Georgianna res with David 
Wilson, Wayne tp. 

AVilson, Gideon C. far res with John Wilson, 
Washington tp. 



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WILSON, HAMILTON hostler res n e 
cor Main and Cherry, Milton. 

"Wilson Hannah — widow John — res 2 J miles 
n w Washington, Clay tp. 

"Wilson, Miss Hettie M. res with Noah 
Leeds, Kichmond. 

Wilson, Henry — crVd — far on land of John 
Hawkins, Wavne tp. 

WILSON, ISAAC far n s Connersvilb 
and Milton pike, § mile 
ton tp. 

Wilson, James far res n s Main, bet Main 
Cross and Spruce, Centerville. 

Wilson, James J. brush-maker res with 
David Wilson, Wayne tp. 

Wilson, Jesse far 1 \ miles n e Dalton, Dal 
ton tp. 

WILSON, JESSE S.— Wilson § Elliott- 
res Linden Hill, s s Nat. road, adjoining 
Richmond on the east. 

Wilson, John mach bds with William Hall, 
Richmond. 

Wilson, John far res with Sarah William- 
son. Washington tp. 

WILSON, JOHN far ws Connersville 
and Milton pike, 1st house s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

WILSON, JOHN W., far & pork pack- 
er 1 mile s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

AVilson, John— col'd— far res with Hannah 
Larkins; is now 85 years of age; was a slave 
until the age of 52. 

WILSON, L. Q.—Treadway, Wilson, $ Go. 
— res s w cor Cumberland and Davis, Dublin 
— Soldier. 

Wilson, Maria res with Robert Chandler, 
Wayne tp. 

Wilson, Miss Mary res with Charles M. 
Wilson. Centerville. 

Wilson, Michael atty res Centervilie. 

Wilson, Minerva — widow Nathan — res 3 
miles n w Washington, Clay tp. 



Wilson, Miss Mollie res 
Wilson, Cambridge City. 



Wilson, Nancy res with Robert Chandler, 
Wayne tp. 

Wilson, Nathan P. far 3 miles n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Wilson, Newby blacksmith res w s Pearl 
bet Main and Walnut, Richmond — Soldier. 

Wilson, Oliver far 2 miles n Boston, Bos- 
ton tp. 

Wilson, Oliver — Campbell $ Wilson — res 
Milton Washing-iwith William Campbell. 

Wilson, Mrs. Pauline res Pacific hse Cam- 
bridge. 

Wilson, R. C. blacksmith res n s South 
Third bet Foot and Green, Cambridge. 

Wilson, S. P. mach bds at Meredith hse, 
Richmond. 

Wilson, Stephen D — Leicis §■ Wilson — res 
with M. C. Lewis, Richmond. 

Wilson, Timothy far n s county road lh 
miles s Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Wilson, Thomas shoemaker e s Main Cross 
bet Main and Walnut res s w cor Ash and 
Walnut, Centerville. 

Wilson, Thomas J. far n s National road 2 
miles e Centerville, Center tp. 

WILSON, T. J. mechanic res n s Main, 
Dublin. 

Wilson, Wm. commonly called "Buck" — 
col'd — lab res on farm of Uriah H. Baldwin, 
New Garden tp. 

WILSON, WM. P. city collector office e s 
Pearl bet Main and Spring res n s Walnut 
bet Washington and Front, Richmond — Sol- 
dier. 

Wimmer, David propr Nettle Creek Val- 
ley Mills 2\ miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp res the same. 

Winckel, John H. blacksmith, Washing- 
ton. 

Winder, Miss Anna M. teacher res with 
Joseph Winder, Richmond. 

Winder, Chas. carp res with Richard Binns 
Wayne tp. 



with Elizabeth! Winder, Henry freight conductor res with 
'Joseph Winder, Richmond. 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



Winder, Joseph H. railroader res with 
Joseph Winder, Richmond. 

Winder, Joseph retired res w s Seventh st. 
Park, Richmond. 

Winder, Miss Sarah E. teacher res with 
Joseph Winder, Richmond. 

Wineburg, George wagon maker e s North 
Main res s s Main Cross, Hillsboro. 

"Wining, Joseph lab bds with Casper Zeph, 
Richmond — Soldier. 

"Winkle, John blacksmith res "Washington. 

WINKLER, CONRAD dye h'se and res 
w end Nat. bridge, Richmond. 

Winks, Joseph miller with Ulrich & Co. 
res e s Hagerstown and Eranklin pike 1 mile 
n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Winslow, Martha — ool'd — res w s Johnson 
n Cumberland, Dublin, has three sons in the 
army. 

Winston, L. physician bds at Huntington 
H'se, Richmond. 

Winter, Catharine res with Henry Winter, 
Milton. 

Winter, Henry shoemaker res s s Main bet 
West River and Main Cross, Milton 

Winter, Jacob stone mason, res German- 
town. 



Witmore, Benjamin M. physician ns Main 
w s W. W. Canal res same, Milton. 

Wittle, Ephraim tobacconist res German- 
town. 

WITT, BENNETT E. formerly engaged 
in the manufacture of agricultural imple- 
ments at Dublin, but since the commence- 
ment of the rebellion been acting as govern- 
ment claim agt. at Indianapolis; son of Rev. 
C. W. Witt, Dublin. 

WITT, Rev. CALEB W. minister in the 
United Brethren church and agt for the 
Hartsville University, res with John Cooper 
s e cor Spring and Foundry sts., Dublin. 

Mr. Witt is a native of Tennessee, and came to 
this State in 1816 and settled in what was then a 
part of Wayne County, but since set off to 
Union, about eight miles south of Richmond. 
In 1834 he removed to Dublin and engaged in the 
practice of medicine; after about four years suc- 
cessful prosecution of his profession, he, with a 
partner, established the present Dublin Foundry 
in 1838, of which business he was the managing 
partner until 1855 when the firm sold out to the 
present proprietors. In 1836 Mr. Witt in com- 
pany with two partners established a Female 
Seminary in Dublin, employing the best quali- 
fied teachers that could be procured. This school 



Winters, George carp res n s Main, Ger-i"Wecl the reputation t of being the best in the 
. ' ° r State at that time. In 1837 he in company with 

' „. , ' T i -r. t -vt j. others formed a ioint stoek company and built 

Winters, John B. gardener res s s Nat. ithe Dublin Academy . Mr . w . & id out a i arge 
road, Center tp U miles w Richmond. _ | part of the v in age of Dublin. Being always on 

Winterland, Henry brewer res n s Main the alert for any thing that would advance the 
bet Green and Gas works, Richmond. :moral or intellectual interests of the community 

Wise, Barney lab res with John Berheide,:he assisted in organizing the first Temperance 
Wayne tp. (Society in the eounty, and it is doubtless owing 

W r ise, David far 3 miles n Hagerstown, [to his influence as much as^to that of any other 
Jefferson tp. 

WISE, GEO. far e s County road 2 miles 

s Washington, Clay tp. i authorized by the Church of the U 

Wise, Henry shoemaker and far res4 miles \. Chj . gt to preacn the gogpel . for several year3 



one man, the fact that for twentyfive years there 
has not been any legal traffic in intoxicating 
liquors in Dublin. About the year 1837 he was 



e Milton, Washington tp 

Wise, John far If miles s w Washington, 
Clay tp, 

Wise, John grocer n s Main bet Center and 
Canal, Cambridge, res same. 

W'ISE, MATTHIAS far e s County road 
2 miles s Washington, Clay tp. 

Wise, William lab res with John Wise, 
Cambridge. 

WISEHART & INGELS— S. D. W. $ 



Boon J. — dry goods and groceries n w corington. 



he only sustained the relation of a local preach- 
er, but for the last few years he has given him- 
self up wholly to the work. — See military history 
of his son, Dr. W. B. Witt. 

WITT, SARAH — widow William B.—ves 
s s Cumberland, bet Milton and Foundry, 
Dublin. 

Witte, Philip blacksmith res e s Franklin, 
bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

W'olf, John lab res with John Eller, Wash- 



Main and Main Cross, Milton 

WISEHART, S. D.— Wisehurt & higels— 
res with B. Ingels, Milton. 

Wiseman, Eli far 3-£ miles s e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

Wissler, David far res with Peter Wissler, 
Washington tp. 

Wissler, Miss Elizabeth res with Peter 
Wissler, 



Wolf, Lydia — widow Dr. Jacob — 86 years 
of age, res with Mrs. Julia A. West, Hagers- 
town. 

Wolford, Daniel far 3 miles n w Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Wolfe, Miss Ann E. res with Wm. Wolfe, 
Boston tp. 

WOLFE, DAVID W.— Brown & Wolfe 
— res Relief Mills, Boston tp, 3£ miles s e 



Wissler, Peter far w s Washington and Richmond. 
Waterloo road, Washington tp. Wolf, James J. shoemaker res n e cor 

Wissler, Peter M. far res with Peter Wiss- Eighth and Main, Richmond— So Idier. 
ler, Washington tp. I Wolfe, John C. artist s w cor Main and 



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217 



Marion, res e s Pearl, bet Sycamore and Mar- 
ket, Richmond. 

WOLFE, JOHN E. miller for Brown & 
Wolfe, res with William Wolfe, Boston tp— 
Soldier. 

Wolfe, Miss Mattie res with John C. 
Wolfe, Richmond. 

Wolfe, William cooper Boston tp, 5 miles 
s e Richmond. 

WOLFER, JACOB far with Harrison 
Sulser — Soldier. 

WOLFER, LEONARD far e s Boston 
tpke, f mile s Richmond. 

Wolfer, Miss Mary A. res with Leonard 
Wolfer, near Richmond. 

Wolfer, Martin H. far res with Leonard 
Wolfer, near Richmond. 

Wolfgang, Ephraim far 1 £ miles w Jack- 
sonhurg, Harrison tp. 

Wolohorn, Miss Sallie res with James M. 
Perkins, Richmond. 

WOOD, CALVIN J. physician £ mile e 
Centerville, Center tp — Soldier. 

WOOD, CHARLES P.— Mercer $ Co.— 
res New York City. 

Wood, Eliza — widow William — seamstress 
res s w cor Front and Spring, Richmond. 

Wood, Miss Eliza A. res with Wm. Wood, 
Wayne tp. 

Wood, Eunice — widow Oalvin — res n s Rail- 
road st., w Walnut, Cambridge. 

Wood, G. W. editor Telegram res 33 
South Pearl, Richmond. 

Wood, Miss Hattie res with W. M. Wood, 
Cambridge. 

Wood, John far 1 mile w Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

Wood, John Jr. far 1 mile w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Wood, Joseph c\3rp res e s Marion bet 
Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 

WOOD, L. C.—wife George H.— Soldier- 
res East Cambridge. 

Wood, Miss Mary dress maker res with 
W. M. Wood, Cambridge. 

Wood, Nancy inmate Wayne Co. Asylum 

Wood, Peter far 1 mile w Abington, Ab- 
ington tp. 

WOOD, PHEBE— wife William M.— res 
Cambridge. 

Wood, Sarah — loidow David J. — farming 2 
miles n Abington, Abington tp. 

Wood, William far 1 mile e Chester, 
Wayne tp. 

Wood, William H. carp res with Joseph 
Wood, Richmond. 

WOOD, WILLIAM M. blacksmith res s 
s Main bet Green and Jones, Cambridge. 

WOOD, VALENTINE far s s West road 
4 miles w Boston, Boston tp. 

WOODARD, CORNELIUS J. far 2\ 
miles s e Newport. New Garden tp. 

Woodard, John far w s Richmond and 
Newport pike 1£ miles s Newport, New Gar- 
den tp. 



Woods, Isaac R. painter 43 Main third 
story res 56 South Pearl, Richmond. 

Woods, James G. teacher res w s Plum bet 
Clay and Madison, Hagerstown. 

WOODS, JOHN blacksmith res 41 South 
Marion, Richmond — Soldier. 

Woods, Joseph S. far res 1 mile n e Hills- 
boro, Franklin tp. 

Woods, Nancy — widow Patrick — res w s 
Plum bet Clay and Madison, Hagerstown. 

Woods, Sarah J. —widow David — res n s 
National road f mile w Centerville, Center 
tp. 

Woods, Stafford — col'd — cook res w s Ma- 
rion bet South and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Woods, William W. atty s w cor Main 
and Washington res with Nancy Woods, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Woodnut, Thomas retired res s e cor Sev- 
enth and Vine, Richmond. 

WOODRUFF, ISRAEL far H miles n e 
Chester, near the Chester and Arba pike, 
Franklin tp. Mr. Woodruff was elected to 
the State Legislature at the sessions of 1861 
—63, and was elected Appraiser of Real Es- 
tate for Wayne Co., in 1863. 

Woodruff, William C. res with Israel 
Woodruff, Franklin tp — Soldier. 

WOODWARD, A. merchant tailor 42 
Main, res e s Sixth, bet Main and Broadway, 
Richmond. 

Woodward, Joseph far res n s Cumberland, 
east end, Dublin. 

WOODWARD, LUKE far e s Center- 
ville and Newport road, 1$ miles s Newport, 
New Garden tp. 

Woolen, C. W. physician 94 Main, res 
same, Richmond. 

Woolerd, Nancy — widow John — res with 
Branson Mills, Boston tp. 

Woolf, Andrew far res with G. Fawcett. 

Woolston, Thomas blacksmith res Skinner's 
boarding house, Richmond. 

Woolverton, Charles, sen. boots & shoes 
and res Hillsboro. 

Woolverton, Charles, jun. photographer 
res with E. G. Woolverton, Richmond. 

WOOVERTON, E. G. boots & shoes, s s 
Main, 2 doors e Front, res s e cor Washing- 
ton and Spring, Richmond. 

Woolverton, Isaac M. shoemaker res with 
Charles Wolverton, sen., Hillsboro. 

Wooton, Abijah J. miller & brick-mason, 
w s R. and Newport pike, at Thomas Hough's 
mill. 

Wopler, Mary — ividow Henry — res w s 
South High, Richmond. 

WORDEN, ANNA— wife William, soldier 
— res Hillsboro. 

Working, William far on Samuel Eiler's 
farm, Jefferson tp. 

Worl, Amanda res with Susan Worl, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Worl, Harvey far res w s North Gay, East 
Cambridge. 



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Worl, Miss Martha res wi^h Martin Worl, 
Harrison tp. 

WOKL, MARTIN far 1 mile n Jackson- 
burg, Harrison tp. 

Worl, Miranda res with Susan "Worl, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Worl, Nancy — widow Joseph — res with 
Martin Worl, Harrison tp. 

Worl, Oliver far res with Susan Worl, Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Worl, Susan— widow Washington — res 4£ 
miles s e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Worrall, James mach res w s North High 
bet Center and Gaar, Richmond. 

Worrall, Wm. mechanic res with Mary 
Roberts, Richmond — Soldier. 

Worth, Huldah — widow Daniel — res New- 
port. 

Wright, Absalom post master n w cor 
Main and Market res same Economy. 

Wright, Alexander far 3 miles n w Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Wright, Benjamin F. far res with Cyrus 
Wright, Wayne tp — Soldier. 

Wright, Chas. far res with Cyrus Wright, 
Wayne tp — Soldier. 

WRIGHT, CYRUS far J mile e Rich- 
mond and Hillsboro pike 1\ miles n e Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Wright, Edward tinner res with Mrs. 
Deborah Wright w s Eighth s Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Wright, Enos res with Peter Wright, 
Franklin tp. 

Wright, Enos far 2| miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Wright, George wagon maker w s North 
Poplar res same, Economy. 

Wright, Henry C. blacksmith w s South 
Market res e s South Market, Economy. 

Wright, Isaac miller res e s W. W. Canal, 
Milton. 

Wright, Isaac janitor Friends meeting hse 
— Orthodox — res e s church n Railroad Depot, 
Richmond. 

Wright, Jacob far 1£ miles w Washington 
Clay tp. 



Wright, James far on Abijah Moffatt's 
farm J mile n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Wright, John far 3 miles n w Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Wright, J. P. renovator e s Marion bet 
Main and Spring res w s Front bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Wright, Josephus far 2| miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

WRIGHT, LEVIN— Wright $ Co.— res 
with Peter Wright, Hillsboro. 

Wright, Luna wagon maker w s South 
Market res e s South Market, Economy — 
Soldier. 

Wright, Mary A. — widow John W. — res 
with Isaac Doddridge, Washington tp. 

Wright, Mary E. res with Isaac Wright, 
Milton. 

Wright, Nancy — widow Henry — res with 
William Wright, Abington tp. 

Wright, Nathan C. far res with Cyrus 
Wright, Wayne tp. 

Wright, Samuel F. carp res n s Nat. road, 
£ mile w Richmond. 

WRIGLEY, Mrs. SARAH A. librarian 
Morrisson Library s w cor Marion and 
Spring, res with John Finley, Richmond. 

Wright, Miss Susanna res w s Sixth, bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Wright, Washington 3 miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Wright, William far 2| miles n w Abing- 
ton, Abington tp. 

Wyatt, Barton far n s rail-road, 2 J mile* 
w Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Wyatt, James far 1 mile n e Abington, 
Abington tp. 

Wyatt, Miss Lydia res with Barton Wy- 
att, Wayne tp. 

Wyatt, Thomas far with Barton Wyatt, 
Wayne tp. 

Wysong, Cyrenus res n s Main, German- 
town. 

WTSONG, VIRGINIA— widow Freder- 
ick, soltiier — res n s Main, Germantown. 



YAGER, JOSEPH— Hatfield $ Yager— res 
Washington. 

Yames, Lewis— col'd— lab on Charles Shoe 
maker's farm, Wayne tp. 

YARRINGTON, E. W.— G. W. Barnes # 
Co. — res with G. W. Barnes, Richmond. 

YARRINGTON, THOMAS G. cashier 
First Nat. Bank, bds with G. W. Barnes, 
Richmond. 

YARYAN, HOMER T. law student bds 
with John Yaryan, Richmond. 

YARYAN, JOHN atty 102 Main, 2d 
story, res w s Fifth, bet Main and Walnut, 
Richmond. 



Yates, Oliver carp res n w cor Eighth and 
Walnut, Richmond. 

Yaukey, Jacob cooper res n s State road, 
2\ miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Yeager, George cooper f mile n w Rich- 
mond, Wayne tp. 

Yelving, Asa w s Main, Williamsburg. 

Yelvington, Edwin carp res Newport. 

Yelvington, Harry D. res Williamsburg — 
Soldier. 

Yelvington, Parmelia — widow Thomas — 
res w s Main, Williamsburg. 

YEO, JONAS W. propr Robinson Ma- 



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chine Shop n w cor Main and "Washington, 
res w s West Park, Kichmond. 

Teo, Miss Martha res with Achilles Wil- 
liams, Kichmond. 

York, Henry stone-cutter res with Harmon 
H. Tubersing, Wayne tp. 

Yesler, Christina — widow John — res with 
Martin Funk, Clay tp. 

York, Harrison inmate Wayne Co. Asylum. 

Young, C. W.— T. N. Young $ Son— bds 
with T. N. Young, Richmond- 

Young, Cynthia A.— widow David— res If 
miles n e Milton, Washington tp. 

Young, David sawyer Harrison tp, 2 miles 
ji e Germantown. 

Young, David— coVd— res with G. W Mitch- 
ell, New Garden tp. 

Young' Miss Eleanor B. res with James 
Pike, New Garden tp. 



Young, Elizabeth res with Thomas Mc- 
Comaha, Center tp. 

Young, Jacob tobacco dealer, Germantown. 

Young, John — Young § Lontz- res w s 
Nettle Creek, J- mile s Hagerstown, Jefferson 
tp. 

Young, John lab n s Nat; road, 2 miles e 
Germantown, Jackson tp. 

Young, John F. retired bds at Baker Hse, 
Richmond. 

Young & Lontz--«7b/m Y. $ Obadiah L.~ 
butchers w s Nettle Creek, £ mile s Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Young, Thomas N.--7 1 . N. Young Sf Son—& 
notary public 123 Main, res e s Fifth, bet 
Market and Mill, Richmond. 

Young, Thomas N. & Son- Thomas N. Y. 
cj- Oharles W. Y.~ grocers 123 Main, Rich- 
mond. 

Youngblood, Sarah— widow George— res w s 
Hillsboro pike, f'mile n Richmond, Wayne tp 



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ZAM BELLE, Miss LIZZIE res with 
Henry Ale, Richmond: 

Zecker, Jacob lab res Washington. 

Zeek, Alice— widow Adam — res with Leaner 
Burton, Boston tp. 

Zeek, Benjamin F. res with Isaac Zeek, 
Boston tp — Soldi.er. 

Zeek, Hiram res with Isaac Zeek, Boston 
tp — Soldier. 

Zeek, Isaac shoemaker Boston tp, Ah miles 
s e Richmond. He has seven sons and two 
grandsons in the army. 

Zeek, Jacob far res with Isaac Zeek — 
Soldier. 

Zeek, John A. blacksmith, Boston. 

Zeek, Lydia — widow Jefferson — res with 
Augustine Williamson, Wayne tp. 

Zeek, Miss Mary res with John Zeek, 
Boston. 

ZEEK, Mrs. SARAH-wife Garland, soldier 
res with Wm. Patterson, Middleboro. 

Zehner, Miss B. res with D. Zehner, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Zehner & Critz-- D. Z. $■ J. O.— proprs saw 
& flouring mills 4 miles e Milton, Washing- 
ton tp. 

Zehner, D.— Zehner Sc Critz— res 4 miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

Zell, John blacksmith & hardware dealer 
res s w cor West River and Conners- 
ville sts., Milton. 

ZELL, JOHN W. blacksmith res s w cor 
Main Cross and Seminary, Milton— Soldier. 

Zell, Mary— widow Jacob— res with Isaac 
McNamee, Milton. 

Zell, Miss Victoria res with John Zell 
Milton. 

ZELLER, DANIEL K.-TF. H. Lanthurn 
Sr Co. ; also, Power, Zeller, &; Co.— res s e cor 
Ninth and Vine, Richmond — Soldier. 

ZELLER, JOSEPH S.-Power, Zeller $ 



Co. ; also of W. H. Lanthurn $ Cb.—bds with 
D. K. Zeller, Richmond— Soldier. 

Zeph, Caspar saloon e s Marion and Spring, 
res same, Richmond. 

ZEYEN & BRO..~ Jb/m Z. $ Joseph Z.~ 
merchant tailors 17 Main, Richmond. 

ZEYEN, JOHN ~S.-Zeyen $ Bro.-res e s 
Pearl, bet South and Mill, Richmond. 

ZEYEN, JOSEPH-^m £ .Bro.-res 64 
South Pearl, Richmond. 

ZIMMER, CHRISTIAN wholesale no- 
tion dealer 121 Main, res s e cor Sixth and 
Market, Richmond. 

Zimmer, Miss Mary res with Christian 
Zimmer, Richmond. 

Zimmerman, Charles mach res with Wil- 
liam Zimmerman, Richmond. 

Zimmerman, Joshua bds at White Hall 
Hotel, Germantown. 

Zimmerman, Miss Martha res with Wil- 
liam F. Zimmerman, Richmond. 

ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAM F. marshal 
and chief of police office with the mayor, res 
e s Marion, bet Main and Walnut, Richmond. 

Zook, Daniel miller res with Michael Has- 
ting, Dalton tp. 

Zook, David— Bow-man § Zook— res l\ miles 
e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Zook, Isaac S. far 2h miles n w Hagers- 
town, Jefferson tp. 

Zook, John B. -Zook Sc Teeter - res 2 
miles n w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Zook, Levy— Zook § Teeter— res l\ miles n 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Zook & Teeter — ./. B. Z- $■ Dan. T.— coopers 
e s Hagerstown and Franklin pike, 2 miles n 
w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Zorbaugh, Emmanuel mach res e s Front, 
bet Main and Spring, Richmond. 

Zorn, Charles family res e s Washington, 
bet Market and Sycamore, Richmond. 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

'Giving the name and location of every individual and firm doing business in 
Wayne County, — unavoidable errors excepted — arranged alphabetically under 
appropriate headings. 



ACADEMY. 
HADLEYS NORMAL, Richmond. 
AGENTS. 

AGRICULTURAL. 

THOMPSON & CO., Richmond. 

CLAIM AND PENSION. 

GILMORE. R. H., Richmond. 
NEWBY, THOMAS, Cambridge Citv. 
PAYNE, H. B., Richmond. 
STUBBS. LEWIS D., Richmond. 

EXPRESS. 

Commons, I. L. — Am. — Centerville. 
Graff, M. Y.— Am. $ U. S.— Richmond. 
IZOK, HENRY— U. S.— Milton. 
JACKSON, J. W.—Am.— Cambridge. 
True, W. E. — Am. — Hagerstown. 
WHIPPO, JAMES L.—Am.— Dublin. 

GENERAL AGENT. 

BELL, WILLIAM, Richmond. 

INSURANCE. 

BELL, WILLIAM, Richmond. 
Blanchard, William, Richmond. 
CLARKSON, H. & CO., Richmond. 
DuHADWAY, C. S., Richmond. 
HADLEY, JOHN, Richmond. 
HALE, M. M., Richmond. 
KNOX, JOSIAH N, Richmond. 
McMeans, James A., Richmond. 
NEWBY, THOMAS, Cambridge City. 
PRESTON, J. R., Richmond. 
RAYMOND, NATHAN, Cambridge. 
WIGGINS, A. S., Hagerstown. 
WILLIAMS, W. B., Cambridge. 

PATENT TUNNEL MEASURE. 

EVANS, SCHNEIDER & CO., Rich- 
mond. 

RAIL-ROAD STATION. 
Commons, I. L. — Ind. § Col. — Centerville 
Evans, Charles — 0. $■ G. E. — Washington 
ERINK, S.—E. cj- H.— Richmond. 
Gipe, Jacob — hid. § Col. — Germantown. 
IZOR, HENRY— an., Con. $ Ind. June 

—Milton. 

JACKSON, JOHN W.~Ind. $ Col.-C&m- 

bridge. 



KATES, H. S.-Ind. $ CW.-Eichniond 

True, W. F.-C*. cj- G. £.— Hagerstown. 

VANDUSEN, JAMES— D. cj- W.- -Rich- 
mond. 

WALKLEY, L. H.— C. $ G. E— Rich- 
mond. 

WHIPPO, JAMES -L.-Ind. $ CM.-Dub- 
lin. 

REAL ESTATE. 

BELL. WILLIAM, Richmond. 
CLARKSON, H. & CO., Richmond. 

SALT. 

Braffett, T. W. 0., Richmond. 
Wasson, J. H, Richmond. 

SEWING MACHINE. 

REED. MARCHANT & CO, Richmond- 
THOMPSON, DANIEL, Richmond. 

ATTORNEYS. 
Ballenger. Wm. S, Cambridge. 
Bickle, Wm. A, Richmond. 
BURCHENAL, CHARLES H, Kich- 
mond. 
DEYELIN & JOHNSON, Cambridge 
Fox, H. C, Hagerstown. 
GANS, JOSEPH T., Richmond 
GILMORE, R. H, Richmond. 
Holland, George, Richmond. 
JOHNSON, N. H., Centerville. 
JULIAN, GEORGE W, Centerville 
JULIAN & JULIAN, Centerville 
KIBBEY, I. F, Centerville. 
LYLE, JOHN S, Richmond 

Mclaughlin, William, Miiton 

Means, Thomas, Centerville. 
Minor, Noah W, Dublin. 
NEWMAN, E. BURK, Milton. 
Owen, Thaddeus. Hagerstown 
PAYNE, H. B.,' Richmond. 
PEELLE, W. A, Centerville. 
Perry, James, Richmond. 
POE, JAMES M, Richmond. 
POPP, JOHN H, Richmond. 
RAILSBACK, JAHIEL, Richmond 
SIDDALL, JESSE P, Richmond 
STUBBS, LEWIS D, Richmond.' 
Study, A. L, Richmond. 
Whitridge, John C, Richmond. 



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Wilson, Michael, Centerville. 
YARYAN, JOHN, Richmond. 
AUCTIONEERS. 

BAILY, WILLIAM, Richmond. 
ELLIS, P. M., Hillsboro. 
HAMMER, JOSEPH, Perry tp. 
Page, John C, Centerville. 
Parsons, Amos, Jefferson tp. 
WOODRUFF, ISRAEL, Franklin tp. 

ASSISTANT U. S. ASSESSORS. 
Mclaughlin, wm, Milton. 

TULLEDGE, ALFRED, Richmond. 

BAKERS. 
BOWERS, D. C, Richmond. 
DALE, JAMES, Dublin. 
Hixon, M., Cambridge City. 
HOERNER, DAVID, Richmond. 
MASON, WILLIAM, Richmond. 
Miller, August, Cambridge City. 

BANKS. 

CITIZENS' — Morrisson, Blanchard $ Go 
-Richmond. 
CITIZENS', Milton. 
FIRST NATIONAL, Cambridge City. 
FIRST NATIONAL, Centerville. 
FIRST NATIONAL, Richmond. 
RICHMOND NATIONAL, Richmond. 

BARBERS. 

Gulliver, Aaron, Cambridge. 
JONES, CALVIN, Dublin. 
Outland, Calvin, Richmond. 
Reif, George N., Cambridge. 
THEIS, JACOB, Richmond. 
WALLACE, GEORGE, Cambridge. 
Weaver & Bundy, Richmond. 
WALKER, J. C, Richmond. 

BILLIARDS. 

Bennett, R. N., Cambridge. 
DUDLEY, THOMAS, Richmond. 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Albertson & Hockett, Dalton, 
Berry, John, Jacksonburg. 
Bond, Nathan J., Green tp. 
Bruce, Henry, Jackson tp. 
Bunch, John T., Hillsboro. 
Bush, Wm., Newport. 
Carder, A., near Chester. 
Carey, Nathaniel, Cambridge. 
Chamness, Geo. W., Dalton tp. 
Clark, Wilkerson, New Garden tp. 
Condo, Adam, Jackson tp. 
Condo, Peter, Germantown. 
Cook, Joseph, Economy. 
Cox, Morris, Dublin. 
Crow & Bro., Richmond. 
Dillman, Jacob, Jacksonburg. 
Evans & Co., Richmond. 
Fike & Scott, Richmond. 
Fist & Jewett, Hagerstown. 



FRAZIER, ISAIAH, Fairfax. 
Gist, Jefferson, Bethel. 
Hawkins, Wm., Middleboro. 
Hays, Mark, Perry tp. 
Heinev, John, Jackson tp. 
HILL, C. A., Centerville. 
Jackson, Achsum, Hillsboro. 
Jewett, Parker, Hagerstown. 
KNOLLENBERG &CO., Richmond. 
Lewis, Jacob, Milton. 
Linn, Aaron M., Boston tp. 
LONG, HENRY, Germantown. 
Moreland, Wm. A., Green tp. 
Neal, James, Wayne tp. 
Ogborn, Edwin T., Clay tp. 
Peterson, J. R., Centerville. 
Pickett, B. N., Richmond. 
Pickett, Milton, Wayne tp. 
Plummer & Griffith, Milton. 
PLUMMER, O. S., Hagerstown. 
Reed, William D., Dublin. 
REINHEIMER, ADAM, Washington. 
SHAFFER, DAVID M„ Franklin. 
Spear & Harris, Centerville. 
Stephens, Isaac M. F., Abington. 
Stephens, Thomas, Abington. 
STRATTAN, DANIEL B., Richmond. 
Teas, Stephen W., Newport. 
Temmelman, Harmon, Richmond. 
Tenant, H. P., East Cambridge. 
Thomas, J. H. & Son, Richmond. 
Thompson, Charles, Milton. 
Vannuys, Cornelius, Bethel. 
Wasson, Jehiel, Milton. 
Way, Joseph, Green tp. 
Winckel, John H., Washington. 
Winckle, Marks, Washington. 
Wilkerson, Clark, New Garden tp. 
Williams, James H., Newport. 
Williams, Merchant, Economy. 
Wright, Henry C, Economy. 
Zeek, John A., Boston. 
Zell, John, Milton. 

BOARDING-HOUSES. 

Beard, John, Richmond. 

Brown, James M., Richmond. 

BURGESS, DANIEL, Richmond. 

Crocker, H. H, Richmond. 

CARR, Mrs. REBECCA, Richmond. 

Eagle House, Stephen Jones, proprietor, 
Richmond. 

Foulke, Mrs. Eleanor, Richmond. 

Ham, Ensly, Centerville. 

Hutson, Ellen, Richmond. 

League, Mrs. Esther, Richmond. 

MEDLIND, HARRISON — col'd— Rich- 
mond. 

Paige, Mrs. Mary E., Richmond. 

Pittman, Anthony, Richmond. 

PRESCOTT, C. S., Richmond. 

Rhodes, Susanna, Chester. 

Roberts, Mary, Richmond. 

SHERMAN HOUSE, D. Leah, proprietor , 
Richmond. 



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SHEEMAN HOUSE, H. Smalley, pro- 
prietor, Cambridge. 

Skinner, S. M., Eichmond. 
Strattan, J. P.; Eichmond. 

BOILER MAKERS. 

Gaar, A. & Co., Eichmond. 
Sinex, Samuel, Eichmond. 

BOLOGNA FACTORY. 

Stoll, Charles, Eichmond. 

BOOK-BINDER 

TAYLOE, CHAELES J., Richmond. 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Elder, James, Eichmond. 
ELDEE, JOHN H., Eichmond. 
Hays, W. G., Centerville. 
LANTHUEN, W. H. & CO., Eichmond. 
McCAFFEEY, JAMES, Cambridge. 
NEWTON, EUGENE M., Eichmond. 
NICHOLSON & BEO., Eichmond. 
WILLIAMSON, E. E., Eichmond. 

BOOTS & SHOES. 

Baird, Orange, Dublin. 
Baker, Jacob, Washington. 
Breneman, Henry, Germantown. 
Britten, Eeuben, Washington. 
Brittain, Joseph, Williamsburg. 
BEUBAKEE, ABEAHAM, Milton. 
DABOLL & WILLIAMS, Eichmond. 
Dettelback, Simon, Eichmond. 
Eckelman & Maag, Eichmond. 
Edgerton, Owen, Eichmond. 
Edwards, Isaac, Dublin. 
Emrich, Henry, Eichmond. 
GEIFEITH, ELI C, Cambridge. 
Smickle, Aaron M., Washington. 
Haase, William, Cambridge. 
Harrison, Israel S., Franklin tp. 
Hoggan, Joel, West Eichmond. 
Holmes. William, Abington. 
HOUSEE, JOHN W., Hagerstown. 
Heuber, John, Eichmond. 
Jennings, Daniel, Boston. 
Ketchum, J. S. Centerville. 
Kirk & Ballard, Dublin. 
Lucas, Edward, Williamsburg. 
Marine, Ira, Bethel. 
Maston, Peter G., Hillsboro. 
McMeans & Bro., Eichmond. 
MILLEE, STUDY & CO., Economy. 
Moore, Elias, Milton. 
Moore, Jonathan, Eichmond. 
NEW BY & MILLEE, Eichmond. 
Noll, Jacob, Milton. 
Norcross, Jonathan, Cambridge. 
Nutting, S. F., Eichmond. 
Ogborn, Joseph, Washington. 
Parker, Jesse, Bethel. 
Paxson, I. E., Eichmond. 
Peters, Joseph & Co., Cambridge. 
Eeinach, Abraham, Eichmond. 



Eodolph, Eichard, Dublin. 
Scates, Asbury, Jacksonburg. 
SEAMAN, C. T., Eichmond. 
Shell, Henry, Eichmond. 
Shinn, Miles J., Wayne tp. 
Sooy, Thomas, Milton. 
Stiens, Casper, Eichmond. 
Stevenson, Hugh, Franklin tp. 
STONEBEAKEE, JOS. H., Hagerstown. 
STEATTAN, SIMEI, Eichmond. 
Trimpe, Bernhardt, Eichmond. 
WILLIAMS & SCHIEBLEE, Hagers- 
town. 

Wasson, A., Milton. 

WOOLVEETON, CHAELES, Hillsboro. 

WOOLVEETON, E.G., Eichmond. 

BOWLING SALOONS. 

Brown, James M., Eichmond. 
Layer, Levi, Eichmond. 

BREWERIES. 

Hamman & Winterling, Eichmond. 
Ingham, Henry M., East Cambridge. 
THEUEEE, DAVID, Eichmond. 

BRICKYARDS. 

Fetta, Chris., Eichmond. 
Hirps, Martin, Milton. 
Miller & Sitlow, Eichmond. 
Euttinghouse, Hermon, Wayne tp. 
Turner, William, Eichmond. 

BROOM SHOPS. 

Smith, T. W., Dublin. 
WAGNEE, EDWAED, Washington tp. 
CABINET MAKERS & FURNITURE 
DEALERS. 

Billheimer, Solomon, Franklin. 
CAEPENTEE, J. S., Cambridge. 
Castater, Elijah, Hagerstown. 
Chamness, Jehu, Dalton. 
Davis, Harvey, Newport. 
Frazer, John, Cambridge. 
Grothaus, Garrett, Eichmond. 
Hoshour, Samuel H., Cambridge. 
Mason, John H., Eichmond. 
Mason, Thomas, Eichmond. 
Moore, Benjamin, Dalton tp. 
Eiley, William E., Germantown. 
SCOTT, EGLI & CO., Eichmond. 
SMITH, JAMES, Hagerstown. 
Study, Samuel, Hagerstown. 

CANDY MANUFACTURERS. 
THOMPSON, WM. O., Eichmond. 

CARPENTERS & BUILDERS. 
ADDLEMAN, J. C, Hillsboro. 
Bailey, John, Washington. 
Bailey, Evan, Washington. 
Bear, John, Germantown. 
BECK, GEOEGE, Hagerstown. 
Booth, William, Milton. 
Brasher, Nathan, Washington. 



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Burnell, Stephen, Hillsboro. 
Coffman, John, Jacksonburg. 
Elliott, Axiom, Dublin. 
Emerick, Henry, Pennville. 
Foland, Esau, Washington. 
GEIFFITH, JOHN, Richmond. 
Harris, Curtis, Franklin tp. 
HENLY, HENRY, New Garden tp. 
Henly, John, New Garden tp. 
Jones, Maklon, Richmond. 
LINDSAY & WATSON, Richmond. 
Males, W illiam & Co., Milton. 
Moon, Wm. P., Middleboro. 
OSBORN & BEARD, Economy. 
Pritchard, Isaac, East Cambridge. 
Smithmier, L. Antony, Richmond. 
Steward, James, Washington. 
Vore, William, Richmond. 
Yelvington, Edwin, Newport. 

CARRIAGE MAKERS. 

Brown, Aaron, Richmond. 
Cox, Moses, Dublin. 
CROCKER, PETER, Richmond. 
DOLLEY & PLUMMER, Hagerstown. 
GREEN, T. B. & BROS., Abington. 
KINNY, JOHN, Cambridge. 
LIPPINCOTT, SAMUEL R., Richmond 
McClelland, John D., Richmond. 
MITCHELL, W. L., Cambridge. 
PARRY, MORDECAI, Richmond. 
Raines, Milton, Dublin, Jackson tp. 
STRATTAN, S. S., Richmond. 

CIDER-VINEGAR FACTORIES. 

CRANE & MARSHALL, Milton. 
ROSA, H. & SON, Richmond. 

COLLEGES. 

EARLHAM — Orthodox Friends — near 
Richmond. 

CENTERVILLE COLLEGIATE IN 
STITUTE, Prof. J. M. Coyner, principal and 
propr., Centerville. 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO. 

BACHMAN, S., Richmond. 
Brusju;enkamp, Frederic, Richmond. 
CUSTER, JOHN L., East Cambridge. 
DRIFMEYER, HENRY, Richmond. 
Meyers, Louis, Richmond. 
Vanuxem & Leeds, Richmond. 
White, George, Jefferson tp. 

CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND REN 
OVATORS. 

CLOTHIERS. 

Levinson & Franklin, Cambridge. 
ROSENTHAL, S. & BRO., Cambridge. 
WEINSTEIN & BRO., Richmond. 
SWOPE, SAMUEL, Richmond. 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

DITMAN, JOHN N., Centerville. 
KERN <& FOX, Richmond. 



Kern, H. J., Milton. 
Schepman, J. H., Richmond. 
SCHUMANN & SPERLING, Richmond. 
SHIRE & BRO., Richmond. 
STIENS, J. B., Richmond. 
SWIGGETT, LEVIN C, Cambridge. 
WILLIAMS & HATFIELD, Richmond. 
WOODWARD, A., Richmond. 
ZEYEN, J. & BRO., Richmond. 

TAILORS. 

Conley, Aaron, Economy. 
Custer, John F., Cambridge. 
Dunham, A. F., Centerville. 
Eimer, Lewis, Cambridge. 
Faust, J. S., Germantown. 
Justice, James, Economy. 
Knorpp, Christian, Jackson tp. 
McDO WELL, W. E., Richmond. 
P^triage, Daniel, Jacksonburg. 
Reid, H. H, Hillsboro'. 
Risinger, Israel, Germantown. 
Slifer, David P., Hagerstown. 
Sortwell, Mrs. M. J., Richmond. 
Stiens, Bernhardt, Richmond. 
Swafford, James, Milton. 
Weidman, Augustus, Hagerstown. 

TAILORS AND RENOVATORS. 

Hunter, Jackson, Richmond. 
Shafer, John D., Richmond. 
Wright, J. W., Richmond. 

CLOVER HULLERS. 

WAGNER, EDWARD, Washington tp. 

COAL AND WOOD. 

MALSBY, J. D., Richmond. 

U. S. DEPUTY COLLECTORS. 

FRAZEE, JOHN H., Milton. 
JULIAN, ISAAC H., Richmond. 

COMMERCIAL COLLEGES. 

Hollingsworth & Gundry, Richmond. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Henlv, Strattan, & Co., Richmond. 
McWHINNEY, JAMES, Richmond. 
Matthews, H. Hagerstown. 
Mitchell & Benson, Richmond. 

CONFECTIONERS. 

DUGDALE, SAMUEL G., Richmond. 
HENNINGTON, JAMES, Richmond. 
MASON, WILLIAM, Richmond. 
Klein, Solomon, Richmond. 
Meredith, Samuel, Richmond. 
O'Hara & Hogan, Richmond. 
PRICE, CHARLES T., Jr., Richmond. 
PRESCOTT, C. S., Richmond. 
THOMPSON, Wm. O., Richmond. 

COOPERS. 

Baldwin & Truax, Franklin. 
Bowers, A. D. H., Richmond. 






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PATENT MEDICINES, FANCY GOODS, 

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Bowman, David, Germantown. 

Boyer, Amandus, Jacksonburg. 

Craig, Daniel, Richmond. 

CULBERETSON, DANIEL, Center tp 

Davis, Samuel, Hagcrstown. 

Duphorn, John, Washington. 

Diltz, Lyman, Abington. 

Earle, Solomon, Dublin. 

Foster, Richard J., Jacksonburg. 

Poster, Samuel, Washington. 

JPoulke, Milton, Sevastopol. 

Gearing, Valentine, Hagerstown. 

Geisler, Conrad J., Hagerstown 

JONES & SHUMAN, Milton. 

Kenedy, John W., Williamsburg. 

Khngenhager, William. PennviUe. 

Lambert, Christopher, Richmond. 

Locke, John, Abington. 

McConnaughey & Dinsmore, Hagerstown. 

Mitchel, John B., Richmond. 

Mullen ix, Henry, Perry tp. 

Rowe, John, Jefferson tp 

fTLNSON, AARON J., Centerville. 

VANNEMAN, REID & CO, Richmond. 

Wickershara, Eli, Washington. 

Wolf, William, Boston tp 

Yaukey, Jacob, Jefferson tp. 

Zook & Teeter, Jefferson tp. 

DANCING ACADEMY. 
DUDLEY, THOMAS, Richmond. 

DENTISTS. 
BALL, J. M, Centerville. 
Collins, Eli, Richmond. 
Elliott, Samuel, Hagerstown. 
5^F T « W " H. Richmond. 
NEWTON & ROSE, Richmond. 
Kobertson, John D, Dublin 
Shroyer, G. W, Cambridge. 
Stanley, William C, Dublin. 
Webster, William R, Richmond. 

DISTILLERS. 

BURKAM, PERRINE, & CO, Cam- 
bridge. 

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DOORS, SASH, AND BLINDS. 

Dunham & Swain, Richmond. 
Fry, O. H, Richmond. 
HASECOSTER, GEORGE, & CO, Rich- 
mond. 

Matthews Bros, Richmond. 
SMITH, EZRA, & CO, Richmond 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Bowman, Maria, Cambridge. 
Brown, Mrs. E. A, Richmond. 
Bunton, Miss Lida, Richmond. 
Carter, Mrs. Rebecca, Richmond. 
Duffie & Richey, Richmond. 
Fisher, Mrs. E. H, Richmond. 
Hogarth & McGuire, Richmond. 
McCLURE. Mrs. MARY, Richmond. 
Sotcher, Beulah, Richmond. 
Terhune, Mrs. Sarah, Cambridge. 
Tullis, Mrs. Elizabeth, Richmond. 

DRUGGISTS 
AVERY & BOWEN, Richmond. 
BAUER & SCHEIBLE, Hagerstown. 
BELL& STEPHENS, Dublin. 
CHARLES & CLARK, Economy. 
Hoshour, S. H, Cambridge. 
Kern, David G. Milton. 
LENARDSON, H, Hagerstown. 
MUELLER. BERNHARDT, Richmond. 
PLUMMER & KELLY, Richmond. 
POTTS, CHAS. E, Richmond. 
PRICHET & DICKEY, Centerville. 
RAYMOND, N. & SON, Cambridge. 
SAMSON & ROSS, Richmond. 

DRY GOODS. 

Albert, Ephraim, Germantown. 
BECK &STONEBRAKER, Hagerstown 
BINKLY & BURKERT, Germantown. 
Boehning, Mrs. Eliza, Richmond. 
Brooks & Son, Fairfax. 
BROOKS, T. B, Cambridge. 
Burbank, Isaac, Centerville. 



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Callaway, George W., Milton. 
Campbell & Wilson, Washington;. 
Canaday, W. & T. E., Franklin. 
Carmony, G. J., Dublin. 
Chamness, W. S. & R., Dalton. 
CLARK, W. & T. E., Economy. 
Clawson & Jones, Hillsboro. 
Coffin. B. & J., Richmond. 
COX,' J. 1ST. & CO., Middleboro. 
CRAWFORD, D. B., Richmond. 
Elliott, C. B., Cambridge. 
ELMER, CHARLES N., Centerville. 
FORKNER, JAMES, Centerville. 
GRIFFITH, D. L. & CO.— Cincinnati 
Store — Richmond. 

Haines, Joshua W., Richmond. 
HAMMER, JESSE C, Milton. 
Harned, Isaac F., Hagerstown. 
Hatfield, Moses, Washington. 
Hiatt, Jesse, Dublin. 
Hinshaw, Wm. B., Economy. 
Jameison, Henry, Germantown. 
Johnston, A. & Co., Richmond. 
Jordan, B. B., Hagerstown. 
LANDWEHR, FREDERICK, Richmond 
Laws, John M., Richmond. 
Laymon, Thomas J., Dublin. 
Ludlum & Lucas, Washington. 
McFarland, John, Centerville. 
MILLER, ALBERT & CO., Abington. 
MORGAN, CHARLES, Germantown. 
MORTON, W. S. T., Cambridge. 
Paige, R. A., Richmond. 
PEARCE, JAMES L., Williamsburg. 
Petchell, William, Richmond. 
RINEHART, JACOB F., Boston. 
ROBBINS, DANIEL B., Economy. 
SCHOVER, CHRISTOPHER, Richmond. 
SMALL, L. & CO., Hagerstown. 
Tieman, Wm., Richmond. 
Tomlinson & Rotherland, Williamsburg. 
TREADWAY, WILSON & CO., Dublin. 
VanAernan & Williams, Centerville. 
WALLACE, R. & CO., Milton. 
WICKARD, J.&S. K., Richmond. 
Wiggs & Bacon, Richmond. 
WILSON & ELLIOTT, Richmond. 
WISEHART& INGELS r Milton. 

DYE HOUSES. 

PEEL, GEORGE W .,— Cincinnati Dye 
Works — Richmond. 
WINKLER, CONRAD, Richmond. 

EATING SALOONS. 

Brown, James M,, Richmond. 
SPRATT, T. B., Depot, Richmond. 
Outland, Calvin, Richmond. 

FANCY GOODS AND VARIETY 
STORES. 

Betzold, Mrs. Elizabeth, Richmond. 
MILLER, C. R., Richmond. 
STALEY, Mrs. E., Richmond. 



Thorp, Mary M., Richmond. 

FANNING MILLS. 

HASECOSTOR & CO., Richmond. 
Moft'att & Stoddard, Cambridge. 

FILE MANUFACTORY. 

Hawke, G. P., Richmond. 

FLORISTS. 

McISAAC, ARCHIBALD, Richmond. 
Mendenhall, C. H., Chester. 
Mendenhall & Son, near Richmond. 
RAILSBACK, OSCAR M., Richmond. 
TEAS & BRO., Richmond. 
VESTAL, JOSEPH W., Cambridge City. 
VESTAL, SAMUEL, Cambridge. 

FODDER CUTTER. 

Lane, Tobias & Co., Richmond. 
FOUNDRIES. 

BAYLIES & CO., Richmond. 
Davis, Lawrence & Co., Dublin. 
Gaar, A. & Co., Richmond. 
Marchant, Joseph, Cambridge. 

FLOUR, GRAIN AND FEED. 

BROWN & SMITH, Richmond. 
BELL, JOHN, Richmond. 
Mitchell & Benson, Richmond. 

GAS WORKS. 

STARR, JAMES M., proprietor, Rich- 
mond. 

GRAIN SCREENS. 

JOHNSON, SYLVANUS T. & CO., Rich- 
mond. ^ 

GROCERS. 

ABRAHAMS, ISRAEL, Centerville, 
ADDLEMAN, B. W., Hillsboro'. 
Ahans, Harmon, Richmond. 
Albert, Ephraim, Germantown. 
ALLEN & WEESE, Richmond. 
BARNES, G. W. & CO., Richmond. 
Baylies, John A., Richmond. 
Bescher, Anton, Richmond. 
Brooks & Son, Fairfax. 
Bowing, Frederick, Richmond. 
Boyer, W. C, Newport. 
Callaway, Georgo W, Milton. 
Campbell & Wilson, Washington. 
Canaday, W. & T. E., Franklin. 
Chamness, W. S. & R., Dalton. 
CLARK, W. & T. E., Economy. 
COOK, EDWIN M., Richmond. 
COX, J. N. & CO., Middleboro'. 
Crull & Smith, Dublin. 
Custer, Solomon, Dublin. 
Dennis & Braflbrd, Richmond. 
DOLLEY, WILLIAM M., Hagerstown. 
DOWLING, THOMAS H., Centerville- 



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JAMES SERVICE. WM. H. CLARK. C. F. SERVICE. 

JAMES SERVICE Sc CO., 

PROPRIETORS OF THE 






-MANUFACTURERS OF — 



WRAPPING, HAM, ROOFING, AND MANILLA PAPERS, 

Ludlow St.. 4 Squares South of Union Passenger Depot, 
DAYTON, ------ OHIO, 



Drischel, Jacob, Cambridge. 
Dye, Joshua, Abington. 
Ebbeler, John, Richmond. 
Ebert, F. K., Cambridge. 
Eddins, William, Richmond. 
ELLIOTT, JOHN, Washington. 
ELLIOTT & SON. Richmond. 
ELMER, CHARLES N., Centerville. 
Gentry, David, Centerville. 
Githens. E. H., Richmond. 
GCETTELE, ADAM, Center tp. 
GritBn, William, Cambridge. 
GROTTENDICK, HENRY, Richmond 
Ham, Emsley, Centerville. 
Harnel, Henrv, Cambridge. 
HARDIN, RUSSEL B., Dublin. 
Hatfield, Moses, Washington. 
Hindman, H., Cambridge. 
Hinshaw, William B., Economy. 
HOOVER, H. & CO., Richmond. 
Hornish, ^ L., Centerville. 
HOWARD & GRUBBS, Richmond. 
Hudson. Nicholas, Richmond. 
HUGHES & BRO., Richmond. 
Hunt, C. & Sons, Richmond. 
JENKS, F. K., Hagerstown. 
JONES & MORRIS, Richmond. 
Jordan, B. B., Hagerstown. 
JORDAN, JAMES J., Richmond. 
Kirk & Sharp, Dublin. 
Kohring, G. & J., Richmond. 
Korthous, William, Richmond. 
LANDWEHR, FREDERICK, Richmond 
LANTZ, DAVID M., Hagerstown. 
Lemmon, John, Milton. 
LICHTENFELS, JOHN, Richmond. 
Liggett, Mrs. Anna, Richmond. 
Lochle, Charles, Richmond. 
Lontz & Bro., Hagerstown. 
Ludlum & Lucas, Washington. 
Macke, Francis, Richmond. 
Matthews, H., Hagerstown. 
McGlinn, Patrick, Richmond. 
McMasters, Morgan, Cambridge. 
Mvedaris, John F., >01ive HilL 



Menk, Daniel, Pennville. 
MILLER, ALBERT & CO., Abington. 
Moore, Elias, Milton. 
Moormann, John H., Richmond. 
MORREY, JOSEPH, Cambridge. 
Morrow, Elihu, Richmond. 
Neff, Daniel, Germantown. 
Nestor, Thomas & Co., Richmond. 
Nieter, David, Richmond. 
OGBORN, WILLIAM, Richmond. 
PEARCE, JAMES L., Williamsburg. 
Parkins, Jonathan B., Jacksonburg. 
PRICE, CHAS. T., Richmond. 
REED & BEELER, Richmond. 
RINEHART, JACOB F., Boston. 
ROBBINS, DANIEL B., Economy. 
ROBINSON, J. J. & SON, Richmond. 
Rolson, Frank, Richmond. 
Schilderink, A., Richmond. 
Schulhof, Henry, Richmond. 
SHOVER, CHRISTOPHER, Richmond. 
SHOFER, LEWIS & CO., Richmond. 
Shrader & Nudd, Milton. 
SKINNER & CO., Richmond. 
Snow, E. N., Richmond. 
Snyder, Henrv, Germantown. 
SPITTLE JOSEPH, Richmond. 
STONEBRAKER, JOS. H., Hagerstown. 
Tomlinson & Rotherland, Williamsburg. 
TREAD WAY, WILSON & CO., Dublin. 
VanAernan & Williams, Centervine. 
Walterman, Frederick, Richmond. 
Walterman, Matthias, Richmond. 
Watt, N. L. C, Richmond. 
Weaver, John H., Abington, 
WILEY, MARTIN, Bethel. 
Wise, John, Cambridge. 
WISEHART & INGELS, Milton. 
Young, T. N. & Son, Richmond. 

GUNSMITHS. 

Baldwin, John, Dalton. 
Craft, William H., Sevastopol. 
Dickenson, Ed., Richmond. 
Marson, John. Cambridge. 



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Modlin, Nathan, Dublin. 
HALLS. 

CITY HALL — John Cockefair — Cam 
bridge City. 

CRANE HALL, Milton. 
Fir Co. No. 2, Richmond. 

Fsre Co. No. 3, Richmond. 

Henrv Hall, Richmond. 

Kern v s Hall— D. G. Kern— Milton. 

MASONIC HALL— Win. Mercer— Cam. 
bridge City. 

MELODEON HALL — Chas. E. Bauer— 
Hagerstown. 

Snyder Hall, Centerville. 

STARR HALL— A. Phillips— Richmond 

HAME FACTORY. 

Cool, S. P., Richmond. 

Meek, Jeremiah L., Richmond. 

HAND LOOMS. 

Mendenhall, S. C, Richmond. 
Thompson & Unverzagt, Richmond. 

HARDWARE. 

ANDERSON & FRITZ, Hagerstown. 
BENTON, THOMAS, Richmond. 
Conklin, Felix, Cambridge. 
GIBBS, IRA B., Richmond. 
Hough, Hiram, Newport. 
Raymond, E. & Co., Cambridge. 
REED, IRVIN, Richmond. 
Zell, John, Milton. 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Earnist, Abraham, Richmond. 
SUFFRINS, JOHN, Richmond. 

HAY - FORKS. 

Clawson & Corwin, Richmond. 
HOTELS. 

AMERICAN HOUSE— Henry BeitzelU- 
Centerville. 

ANDERSON HOUSE — Mrs. Elizabeth 
Anderson — Hagerstown. 

AVENUE HOUSE— J. Oohner $ Oo. 
Richmond. 

BAKER HOUSE — Wm. Baker — Rich- 
mond. 

BROWN'S HOTEL-.4. S. Brown-Dub 
lin. 

Centerville Hotel — D. L. Lashley — Cen- 
terville. 

Dublin Hotel — Mrs. Sarah Hipes — Dublin. 

ELLIOTT HOUSE— John Elliott— Wash- 
ington. 

Forest House — B. H. Reynolds — Williams- 
burg. 

GALT HOUSE— P. Schwartz $ Bro.— 
Richmond. 

HUNTINGTON HOUSE -Bateman § 
Shilling — Richmond. 

MEREDITH HOUSE— R Fuller-Rich 
niond. 



ORION HOUSE —Nathan Hudd lesion— 
Dublin. 

PACIFIC HOUSE- Charles ^/^-Cam- 
bridge. 

SHERMAN HOUSE-IT. Smalley-Cam- 
bridge. 

SHERMAN HOUSE— Abraham Brubaker 
-Milton. 

Union Hotel — Isaac Oonley — Economy. 

Vinton, House — E. Vinton — Cambridge. 

WHITE HALL- William Goldman— Gec- 
niantown. 

HOUSE- FURNISHING. 

WICKETT, B. & CO., Richmond. 

IRON STORES. 

ANDERSON & FRITZ, Hagerstown. 
FOULKE & SHOEMAKER, Richmond. 
Graves, Howell, Richmond. 
REED, IRVIN, Richmond. 

KNIFE MANUFACTORY. 

NEFF, PETER & SON, Wayne tp! 

LAMP STORE. 

RIDGE, & CO., Richmond. 

LEATHER AND FINDINGS. 

CURME & DUNN, Richmond. 
Martischang, Joseph, Richmond. 
Mendenhall, John, Richmond. 
Walton, Ezra, Dublin. 
Wiggins & Co., Richmond. 

LIQUOR DEALERS. 

BACHMAM, S., Richmond. 
Foist, Michael, Hagerstown. 
HOPE, JAMES G., Richmond. 
LANTZ, D. M., Hagerstown. 
LUTZ & CO., Cambridge. + 
Smalley, James P., Cambridge City. 

LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. 

BENNETT, WM. II., Richmond. 

BROWN, D. S., Milton. 

Campbell & French, Richmond. 

CHEESEMAN, NEHEMIAH, Hagers- 
town. 

DEVELIN, LAFE— "Grey Eagle Stables" 
— Cambridge. 

Fouts, Oliver H., Boston. 

Gates, C. E., Richmond. 

HATFIELD, JOHN, Richmond. 

JACKSON, C. B. & CO., Centerville. 

Jenks, Alfred, Cambridge. 

Richey, John, Cambridge. 

RUSSELL & TEMPLETON, Richmond. 

SCHOVER, GARRETT, Richmond. 

Sells, Valentine, Cambridge. 

Watt, W. S. Richmond. 

LOCKSMITH. 

Adrian, "William, Richmond. 



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EDITOR AND PUBLISHER 



iff© giiver innwm 



Cards, 

Bill Heads, 

Show Bills, 

^Posters, 

AND ALL OTHEB KINDS OF 

BOOK & JOB PKINTING 

Done on Short Notice and on Seasonable Terms. 



Be "Journal" is tie only Atatising JMinm In He Western part of Wayne Co, 

OPPIOE: 
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LUMBER YARDS. 

CAIN, WILLIAM & SONS, Richmond 
Elliott & Chambers, Kichmond. 
Hutton, Jesse M., Kichmond. 
PAKKY, MOEDECAI, Kichmond. 
"Scotton, Stephen, Richmond. 

MACHINE SHOPS. 

BAYLIES & CO., Richmond. 

C. & G. E. R. K, Richmond. 

Davis, Lawrence & Co., Dublin. 

Gaar, A. & Co., Richmond. 

INGELS, JOSEPH— Hoosier Agricultu- 
ral — Milton. 

MERCER WM. & CO.— Reapers— Cam 
bridge. 

NORDYKE, E. & A. H.— Mill Muchin- 
ists — Richmond. 

Sinex, Samuel, Richmond. 

YEO, JONAS W., Richmond. 

MALT HOUSE. 

-Kimmel, J. & D., East Cambridge. 

MARBLE DEALERS. 
'CARPENTER & VICKRE Y, Cambridge. 
HATTAWAY & BOWEN, Hagerstown. 
Morse, William B., Richmond. 
Pike & Haberkern, Richmond. 

MEAT SHOPS. 

Calloway & McGrew, Milton. 

DAVENPORT, CALYIN, Dublin. 

Dean, John M., Washington. 

GREEN, G. W. & CO., Cambridge, 

GROFF, W. H., Richmond. 

Kesler, Erhart, Milton. 

LITPTON & FINCH, Richmond. 

MARTINDALE, LAFAYETTE, Wash- 
ington. 

Owen, Joseph P., Richmond. 

Pritchard, William C, Cambridge. 

REICHART, JOHN, Richmond. 

RENK & BRO., Richmond. 

Reinhart, Obed, Boston. 

Schwegman & Gier, Richmond. 

SHIPLEY, F. M. & BRO., Richmond. 

SMITH, JOHN, Richmond. 

STONEBRAKER& BRUMBACK, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Strayer, Michael, Centerville, 

WIGGINS, PHILEMON F., Richmond. 

Young & Lontz, Hagerstown. 

MILLS. 

CIDER. 

Barr, John, New Garden tp. 

FLAX. 

SHILLITO, JOSEPH, Richmond. 
Whiddit, Brown & Co., near Richmond. 

FLOURING. 

BARNARD & LONG, Richmond. 
Bowman & Zook, Harrison tp. 
BRAGG, E. S. & CO.— Milton Ganal Mills 
— Milton. 



BROWNE & WOLFE— Relief Mills— 
Boston tp. 

CLARK & YARYAN— Spring Mill— 
Wayne tp. 

COCKEFAIR, JOHN, Cambridge. 

Commons, David, Center tp. 

Conklin, B., Cambridge City. 

COX, ROBERT, Middleboro'. 

CRAWFORD, JOSEPH, Wayne tp. 

CROCKER & FLANDERS, Abington. 

DAVIS, ELI— Greens Fork Valley Mills 
— Jackson tp. 

ESTEY, F. A., Wayne tp. 

Fleming, David, Dalton tp. 

FOSTER & FULLERTON, Centerville, 

Good, Rudolph, Franklin. 

Hatfield & Yager, Washington. 

HILL & WETHERALD, Richmond. 

JONES, NATH.AJX -Pleasant Valley Mills 
— Jackson tp. 

Koplinger, Jacob, Jackson tp. 

MATLACK, JOSEPH E.— Short Greek 
Mill — Boston tp. 

Maulsby, James, Franklin. 

Mering, L. M., Richmond. 

NEWBY, JAMES, Milton. 

NEWCOM & CO., Hagerstown. 

NEWCOM, R. & F. G.— Hagerstown Gitg 
Mills. 

Reynolds, Jesse, Green tp. 

Ross, John, Perry tp. 

Rylande & Son, Center tp. 

STRAWBRIDGE & ROBINSON, Wayne 
township. 

Swisher & Hutchens, Williamsburg. 

TEETER, DANIEL— Protection Mills- 
Jefferson tp. 

Thistlethwaite & Burdsall, Richmond. 

Ulrich & Co., Jefferson tp. 

Waltz, Peter, Clay tp. 

White, Noah, Green tp. 

Wimmer, D. — Nettle Greek Valley— Jeffer- 
son tp. 

Zehner & Critz, Washington tp. 

Zook & Teeter, Clay tp. 

HOMINY. 

BARNARD & LONG, Richmond. 
CRANE & MARSHALL, Milton. 
McCoy, Wm. T., Boston. 

OIL. 

BURS ON, J. W. & CO., Richmond. 

PAPER. 

NIXON, N. R., Richmond. 

SAW. 

Boden, George H., Washington tp. 
Bowman & Hines, Harrison tp. 
Bownan & Zook, Harrison tp. 
Boyd, Samuel, Jefferson tp. 
BROWN & WOLFE, Boston tp. 
CAMMACK, NATHAN, Washington tp. 
Comer, Joseph, Chester. 
Commons, David, Center tp. 
Conwell, Robert, Center tp. 



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UNITED S T A. T E S 

FOR SALE AT 

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE OF INTERNAL REVENUE, 

No. S West Third Street, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

EDMUND D. SPOONER. 



LIBERAL DISCOUNT ON ALL PURCHASES OVER ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. 



COTTEEMAN, DANIEL, Harrison tp. 

CEOCKEE & FLANDEES, Abington. 

DITCH, ALEXANDER, Dalton tp. 

Dix, Nathan, Center tp. 

Elliott, A. B., Franklin tp. 

Elliott, William, Wayne tp. 

FAEMEE, WILLIAM, Green tp. 

FEENCH, FRANCIS, Williamsburg. 

Hammer, Joseph, Perry tp. 

Harter & Raffe, Jefferson tp. 

Hatfield & Yae;er, Washington. 

HAWKINS, JOHN, near Richmond. 

HAWKINS, NATHAN, Wayne tp. 

Hough, William, Newport. 

Kinley, Seth, Dublin. 

LARSH, LEROY M., Wayne tp. 

Love, William L., near Fairfax. 

LYMAN, WHARTON, Centerville. 

Moore, Clarkson, Wayne tp. 

Murray, William, Jr., Jefferson tp. 

Overman, Isaac, Green tp. 

Pearson & Ogborn, New Garden tp. 

Perry & Johnson, Richmond. 

Pitts, Benjamin, Newport. 

Pottinger, J. & J., Boston. 

Putnam & McCoy, Washington. 

Eoss, John, Perry tp. 

SUPPLEE & ROBERTSON, Hillsboro. 

Thistlethwaite, Timothy, near Richmond. 

Thornburg, E. & J. M., Dalton tp. 

WAGNER, EDWARD, Washington tp. 

Waltz & Keever, Jefferson tp. 

Waltz, Peter, Clay tp. 

WARREN, LEVIN, Milton. 

White, Noah, Green tp. 

Whitesel, Daniel F., Perry tp. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN M., Perry tp. 

Wright & Co., Franklin tp. 

Zehmer & Critz, Washington tp. 

woolen. 

AIKIN, E. & CO.— Fleecy dak-near 
Richmond. 

CAMMACK, NATHAN, Washington tp. 
COCKEFAIR, JOHN, Cambridge: 



Jackson, Swayno & Co., Richmond.. 

Putnam & McCoy, Washington. 

TEST, J. & W— White Braneh-JMton 
township. 

TEST, WM. & BROS.— M. Vernon— near 
Richmond. 

MILLINERS. 

Atkinson, Miss Bell, New Garden tp. 
BENNETT, S. A., Newport. 
Bradbury, Mrs. If. E., Richmond. 
Cadwallader, Mrs. Sarah, Richmond. 
CHAPIN, MARTHA, Washington. 
Clevenger, Phebe, Abington. 
COLLINS, ISABEL, Dublin. 
Cooney & Waddle, Dublin. 
Debolt, Miss Nellie, Milton. 
EDSAL, Mrs. HANNAH, Richmond. 
Fraser, Mary, Cambridge. 
Hawke, Mrs. Mary, Richmond. 
ILIFF, Mrs. S. A, Richmond. 
Kingry, Ella, Centerville. 
Manifold & Thornburg, Hagerstown. 
Moodie, Mrs. M. F., Richmond. 
SHOVER, Miss ANNIE, Richmond 
SLADE, Mrs. G. T., Richmond. 
Slifer, Mrs. Mary, Hagerstown. 
Smith, Miss Mary, Richmond. 
Waring, Mrs. S. H, Richmond. 
Weaver, Mrs. Mary C, Abington. 
Webb, Mrs. J., Richmond. 
Webb, Miss Minnie, Cambridge. 
Wedekind, Miss Mina, Richmond. 

MINERAL WATER. 

ROSA, H. W. & SON, Richmond. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

CAMBRIDGE CITY JOURNAL—^. J. 

Strickland — Cambridge City. 

PALLADIUM— Holloway $ Davit— Bich- 

mond. 

TELEGEAM— R. A. Howard— Eichmond 
TEUE EEPUBLICAN-/. H. Julian^ 
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NOTIONS AND TOYS. 

DUGDALE, S. G., Kichmond. 
EMSWILER & CROCKER, Richmond. 
JENKS, J. K., Hagerstown. 
NEWTON, E. M., Richmond. 
Sinex, Samuel, Richmond. 
ZIMMER, CHRISTIAN, Richmond. 

NURSERIES. 

CONLEY, JOHN J., Boston tp. 
Jones, Lewis, near Centerville. 
Mendenhall, C. H., Chester. 
Mendenhall, Caleb S., Wayne tp. 
Mendenhall, Griffith, Wayne tp. 
Mendenhall & Son, near Richmond. 
Railsback, David, Richmond. 
Quincy, Baldwin, New Garden tp. 

OMNIBUS. 

BENNETT, W. H., Richmond. 

PAINTS, OIL, AND GLASS. 

Vaughan Bros., Richmond. 
PAINTERS. 

HOUSE, SIGN, &C. 

Black, William, Jefferson tp. 
Evans, Isaac, Richmond. 
Fielder, S. R., Hagerstown. 
Hudson, Edward W., Centerville. 
ILIFE, JOHN K., Richmond. 
Kendall, Brook, Cambridge City. 
MCCARTHY, DANIEL, Richmond. 
Smith, R. C, Hagerstown. 
Souders, Henry J., Hagerstown. 
Stigelman, George W., Washington. 
Woods, Isaac, Richmond. 

PORTRAIT. 

Khndall, Brook, Cambridge City. 
MOTE, M. & CO., Richmond. 
Swing, Mrs. Jennie, Richmond. 

PATFNT RIGHT DEALEIRS. 

FREE, J. W., Richmond. 
JOHNSON, SYLVANUS T. & CO., Rich- 
mond. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Addleman, J. P., Richmond. 
BOTTENBERG, JOHN M., Centerville 
BOSWELL, JOHN K., Richmond. 
Cooper, E. L., Dublin. 
Gannaway, Burrell Z., Economy. 
HUNT & CO., Cambridge. 
JACKSON, JOHN, Richmond. 
MAXWELL & ESTELL, Richmond. 
Morton, Lyman, Dublin. 
Rinker, C. P. & Bro., Cambridge. 
SWAIN & BROWN, Richmond. 
THRASHER & KENY, Hagerstown. 

PHYSICIANS. 
AVERY, INCREASE J., Richmond. 



Baer, O. P., Richmond. 
BELL, J. M., Dublin. 
BOYD & LAWRENCE, Dublin. 
BUCHANAN, J., Hagerstown. 
Bunell, Rhodes W., Washington. 
Carpenter, E. L., Germantown. 
CHAMP, GEORGE W., Dublin. 
Chenoweth, John T., Williamsburg. 
CLAGETT, G. A., Richmond. 
CLAGETT, ROBERT G, Richmond. 
COURTNEY, THOMAS T., Hillsboro. 
Davis, T. Henry, Richmond. 
DAYIS, W. H., Richmond. 
DICKEY, WILLIAM, Centerville. 
d'HUY, HENRY du, Richmond. 
Ehrhart, Henry, Franklin. 
Erlongher, J. M., Milton. 
EVANS & SON. Boston. 
FISHER, ELIAS, Richmond. 
Ford, S. J., Hagerstown. 
Francisco, L. J., Richmond. 
HARRIMAN, S. B., Richmond. 
Harrison, Harlan, Newport. 
HAUGHTON, RICHARD E\, Richmond 
Hibberd, James, Richmond. 
HOBBS, M. W., Richmond. 
Johnson, L. R., Cambridge. 
Johnson, N., Cambridge. 
JONES, S. D. — homeopath — Richmond. 
KERSEY, V. & S. H., Richmond. 
LENARDSON, H., Hagerstown. 
LOCKWOOD, C. F., Jacksonburg. 
Magam, E. W., Hagerstown. 
McCONNELL, L. C, Richmond. 
McELWEE, ANDREW, Hagerstown. 
McINTYRE, J. H., Richmond. 
MILLER, WILLIAM F., Boston. 
MITCHELL, MOSES G., Abington. 
MUELLER, BERNHARDT, Richmond. 
PENNINGTON & BRADBURY, Milton. 
PERKINS, M., Dublin. 
Personett, Lorenzo, Washington. 
PLEASANTS, JOHN, Chester. 
POTTS, O. G., Richmond. 
PRICHET & DICKEY, Centerville. 
Purviance & Harris, Newport. 
ROBBINS & CLARK, Economy. 
ROBBINS, JOHN Q. A., Abington. 
STONEBRAKER, J. H., Cambridge. 
SWALLOW, EPHRAIM, Jackson tp. 
Swallow, James E., Abington. 
Tennis, Israel. Richmond. 
VAILE, JOEL, Richmond. 
WALKER, JAMES H, Jefferson tp. 
WARE, JOHN M., Abington. 
Waring, W. P., Richmond. 
WAYMAN, J. V. & W. G., Cambridge. 
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, Hillsboro. 
Witmore, Benjamin M., Milton. 
WOOD, CALVIN J., Centerville. 
Woollen, C. W., Richmond. 

OCULIST AND AURIST. 

CULBERTSON, Dr. J. W., Richmond. 



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233 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



Hall's Patent Concrete Fire & Burglar Proof 



VICTOR COMBINATION BANK LOCKS, 

S. W. Cor. Pearl & Plum Streets, 



CFNCINNATI, 



OHIO. 



EXAMINING SURGEONS OF APPLICANTS FOR 
PENSIONS. 

DICKEY. WM, Centerville. 
FISHER, ELIAS, Richmond. 

PIANOS AND MUSIC. 

CLARK, A. B., Richmond. 
ESTELL. BROS., Richmond. 
IRVING, C. L., Cambridge City. 

PLOW AND TOOL HANDLES. 

Perry & Johnson, Richmond. 

PLOW MANUFACTURERS. 

BRATZ, MEIER & Co., Richmond. 
Chamness, Jehu. Dalton. 
Homey, David S., Richmond. 
Horney, S & Co.. Richmond. 
Meyer & Vogg, Richmond. 
Rummel, Felix, Germantown. 

PORK PA' KERS. 

GRESH, JOSHUA, Milton. 
McWHINNEY, JAMES, Richmond. 
Rice & Hunter. Cambridge. 
ROBBINS. DANIEL B^ Economy. 
VAN NEMAN, REID & CO., Richmond 
WIGGINS, STONEBRAKER & CO.. 
Hagerstown. 

Williams, Thomas B., Economy. 

POTTERIES. 

Bailey, Robert, Newport. 
D ilbv. Ahner H.. Newport. 
KAUFMAN, JACOB, Washington tp. 

PRINTERS. 

HOLLOW AY & DAVIS, Richmond. 
Howard, R. A., Richmond. 
HUNT & BAYLIES— Columbian— Rich- 
mond. 

JULIAN, ISAAC H., Richmond. 
STRICKLAND, R. J., Cambridge City. 

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PUMP .MAKERS. 

Barch, Charles, Centerville. 
Bowman, John C, Jefferson tp. 
Butler. Anselem, Dublin. 
Dickinson, Joseph, Richmond. 
KERLIN, FRANK, Cambridge City. 
KNOLLENBERG & CO., Richmond. 
LUTZ, WILLIAM H., Hagerstown. 
OS BORN & BEARD, Economy. 
Purnal, Gary, Cambridge City. 

QUkENSW A.RE AND GLASSWARB 

BAILY, T. F. & CO., Richmond. 
KOOGLE & SON, Richmond. 

SADDLES AND HARNESS. 

Armfield, William, Newport. 
Arnett, Milton, New Garden tp. 
Banks, John, Rerrv tp. 
BOHRER, JAMES T., Hagerstown 
Bradbury, Albert. Cambridge City. 
Bradbury, R. B., Germantown. 
BRADY, Wm. L. Richmond. 
Clark, William, Newport. 
Herrington, Isaac H., Dublin. 
Hamilton, Austin, Cambridge City. 
Keys, John W., Newport. 
Medaris, William J., Washington. 
Miller, Charles, Economy. 
Myers, John, Centerville. 
Roberts, Jos. S. Hagerstown. 
Sell, Francis M., Abington, 
Sell, Jacob, Abington. 
Sell, Samuel, Abington. 
Smelser. John T., Williamsburg. 
Wiggins & Co., Richmond. 

SALOONS. 

AVENUE HOUSE, Richmond. 
AYLER, CHAS., Cambridge City. 
Bescher, Anton, Richmond. 
BESCHER, BALTHASER, Richmond 
DRABERT, PAUL, Richmond. 
Essenmacher, Charles, Richmond. 



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GALT HOUSE, Eichmond. 
Hack. Anthony, Eichmond. 
HOPE, JAMES G., Eichmond. 
KOLLENBEEG, EEED., Eichmond. 
LANTZ, DAVID M., Hagerstown. 
Lichtenfels, Charles, Eichmond. 
Maeke, Francis, Eichmond. 
*• McMaster, Morgan, Cambridge. 

* MEEEDITH HOUSE, Eichmond. 
{ Minner, Silas, Eichmond. 

PAULUS, EBNST, Eichmond. 
PAULUS, FBEDEBICK, Eichmond. 
Pritchard, Ira, Cambridge. 
Eolsen, Frank, Eichmond. 
Schilderink, A., Eichmond. 
SCHMUEE ALBEET, Eichmond. 
Vinton, E., Cambridge. 
Walterman, Frederick, Eichmond. 
Walterman, Matthias, Eichmond. 
Zeph, Caspar, Eichmond. 

SCHOOL FURNITURE. 
ALLEN & GEANT, Eichmond. 

SHADE MANUFACTORY. 
HUTTON, MATHEE & CO., Eichmond 
SHINGLE MANUFACTORIES. 
Campbell, James, Hagerstown. 
KANE, JOSEPH, Centerville. 
McCoy, William T., Boston. 
McGeath, Thomas, Dublin. 

SILVER PLATING. 

Mullett, Francis, Eichmond. 

SOAP AND CANDLES. 

BELTON, CHEISTOPHEE, Milton. 

Street, Lonis, Eichmond. 
| VOGLESONG, HENBY, Milton. 
||Weidner, G., Eichmond. 

STAVE MANUFACTORY. 

KANE, JOSEPH, Centerville. 

STENCIL CUTTER. 

Ward, Benjamin, near Middleboro'. 
STOVES AND TINWARE. 

BAEGIS, THOMAS J., Eichmond. 

BEADWAY, JONATHAN, Dublin. 

Brown, Elisha, Hagerstown. 

Diven, H. B., Cambridge. 
f Hollowell, A. C, Cambridge. 

HOSHOUE, PHIL. J., Milton. 

LENHAET, F. S., Centerville. 

LEVISTON, J. M., Eichmond. 

NYE & BEO., Eichmond. 
1 NOEDYKE & CO., Eichmond. 

* STOMPS & SPALDING, Eichmond. 

TANNERIES. 

CLAEK, HAEMON, Newport. 
CUEME & DUNN, Eichmond. 
FOEEEY, W. S. & CO., Cambridge. 



MILLEE, STUDY & CO., Economy. 

Neal, Edward, Williamsburg. 
Savage, George M., Centerville. 
SCH1BLEE, FEED., Hagerstown. 
Wiggins & Co., Eichmond. 

TRUNK MANUFACTORY. 
MOEEEY, JOSEPH & BEOS., Cam- 
bridge. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Castater, Elijah, Hagerstown. 
COCKEFAIE, JAMES M., Cambridge. 
DILL, M. H„ Eichmond. 
HUBBAED, EICHAED J., Milton. 
NOBLE, HENEY C, Centerville. 
OSBOEN & BEAED, Economy. 
PHILLIPS. ABRAHAM, Eichmond. 
Pike, Jesse, Dublin. 

EUSSELL & TEMPLETON, Eichmond. 
Study, Samuel, Hagerstown. 
VANNUYS, JOHN, Bethel. 
V\ ALTZ, D. & W. ; Washington tp. 

vV AGON- MAKERS. 

Barnes, James, Boston. 
Clark, Ehu, Jacksonburg. 
Clar ., William P., Dublin. 
Clinedenst, W. W., Centerville. 
Copelain & Eaines, Dublin. 
Duey, William, Eichmond. 
FEEEIS & MOEEIS, Milton. 
Fouts, Levi, Perry tp. 
Huff & Osborn, Newport. 
Hockett, Cyrus, Dalton. 
Hunt, John S., Eichmond. 
i% NOLLEOBEEG & CO., Eichmond. 
Lantz, J. G., Centerville. 
LONG, HENEl, Germantown. 
McClelland, John D., Eichmond. 
PAEKEE, ISAAC, Fran lin tp. 
Eichter, William, Williamsburg. 
TUENEE, LAEKIN G., Abington. 
Warren, P. & J. C, Milton. 
WEDEKIND, THEADOEE, Hagers- 
town. 

Williamson, Freedland, Washington. 
Wineburg, George, Hillsboro. 
Wright, George, Economy. 
Wright, Luna, Economy. 

WALL PAPER. 

DUGDALE, SAMUEL G., Eichmond. 
ENSWEILEE & CEOCKEE, Eichmond. 
LANTHUEN, W. H. & CO. Eichmond. 
NICHOLSON & BEO., Eichmond. 
ZIMMEE, C, Eichmond. 

WASHING-MACHINES. 

Peele, Caleb M. — '■Queen Washer — Jack- 
son tp. 

WATCHES AND JEWELRY. 

Die inson, Charles A., Eichmond. 
Dichinson, Philemon, Eichmond. 
Dickinson, Eobert B., Eichmond. 



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M. M. WHITE. 



F. T. WHITB. 



WHITE, BROTHER & CO., 







SOUTH-EAST CORNER VINE and COLUMBIA STS., 
CINCINNATI, - OHIO. 



A Large Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries Always on Hand at Lowest Rates. 



ESTELL BROS., Richmond. 
HIRST, ELISHA J., Richmond. 
Hunnicutt, J. B., Richmond. 
Klingman, Samuel, Germantown. 
McMahan, C. S., Centerville. 
MILLER JOHN, Cambridge City. 
MICHAEL & MORRIS, Milton. 
Ohr, William C. Hagerstown. 

WHEELS, SPOKES, AND HUBS. 

BARNET, BENNETT, & ENYEART, 
Cambridge City. 



WOOD TURNERS. 

Hutchins, William, Richmond. 
Newman, C. & Sons, Richmond. 

WOOL DEALERS. 

BELL, JOHN, Richmond. 
GRIFFITH, D. L. & CO., Richmond. 
Hudson, Nicholas, Richmond. 
Laws, J. P., Richmond, 



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WAYNE COUNTY 



OFFICERS OF WAYNE COUNTY; 

Its Courts, Town Councils, Post Offices, and Fire Companies. 



OFFICERS OF WAYNE COUNTY. 

Samuel B. Schlagle, Clerk. 
Sylvester Johnson, Auditoj,. 
Henry B. Rupe, Treasurer. 
Jonathan 11. Whitacre, Recorder. 
John M. Paxson, Sheriff. 
Stephen Jones, Coroner. 
Robert C. Shute, Surveyor. 

COURTS IN WAYNE COUNTY 

HELD AT CENTERVILLE. 

■Circuit Court — meets first Monday in Feb- 
ruary and August eaeh year, Silas Colgrove, 



SUPPLEE, HIRAM, Hillsboro. 
Thomas, Enos, "Wayne tp. 
TURNER, LARKIN G., Abington. 
WILEY, MARTIN, Bethel. 
WILLIAMS, JOHN M., Economy. 

TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES. 

Abington John Endsley. 

Boston John Sedgwick, 

Center James Danbar. 

Clay Albert Gunckel. 

Dalton Edwin Revnolds. 

Franklin Jos. T. Harlan. 

Green George Reynolds. 

Harrsson James Leeson. 



' #U G»n Pleas Court-meets the secondly™ ...Eli D. Sprig 6 . 

Monday in January, May and September in Jefferson .Isaac A Pierce. 

-' J t u t?'¥;ii,ov Tn,W iNewGarden Edw. J. Conner. 

• «ach year, .John r . Kibhev, .Juuge. „ , . 

V.- • • /< ./ r^iotc Svcf "Urmrl-w Perry Thomas G. Marshall. 

Commissioners Court — meets rust _vioiKiay [ _ t ^ r ^. ^ A .„.___ 

in March, June, September and December; 
Daniel B. Crawford, Oliver T. Jones and Ed- 



mund Lawrence, Commissioners. 

Wayne County Asylum — H miles west Cen- 
ter^Hle, Center tp., John Stephens, Superin- 
i tend en t. 

)l ayne County Af/ricultural Society — (organ- 
ized Nov. 1850), J. M. Gaar, Pres.; E. H. 
Dennis, Sec. 

• County School Examiner — Jesse H. Brown, 
Richmond. 

JUSTICES. 

ANDERSON, T. N., Hagerstown. 
Beard, Isaac N., Harrison tp. 
BEESON, MILTON H., Boston tp. 
Berry. John, Jacksonburg. 
Chamberlain, Luther G, Milton. 
CHAMNESS, WILLIAM., Dalton tp. 
Estep, James, Boston tp. 
Comer, Wm., Center tp. 
Faust, J. S., n s Main, Germantown. 
FRAZIER, ISAIAH, Fairfax, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Gentry, David, Centerville. 
Henderson, Emsley. Newport. 
Johnson, Ezekiel, Williamsburg. 
JOHNSON, SAMUEL. Green tp. 
Kane, Joseph, Centerville. 
Kern, David G., Milton. 
Nicholson, J. Taylor, Clay tp. 
Owen, James, Washington. 
POE, JAMES M., Richmond. 
KANCK, GEORE G., Abington tp. 
Ray, Alexander, Cambridge. 
Reed, David W., Hagerstown. 
ROL'TH, JAMES R., Economy. 
STUBBS, LEWIS I)., Richmond. 



Washington v\ illiam H. Moore. 

Wayne Wm. Parry. 

CAMBRIDGE CITY OFFICERS. 



CITY COUNCIL. 

First Ward. — John McCullum. 

Second Ward. — John T. Custer. 

Third 1IW.-N. R. Bennett. 

Fourth, Ward. — William B. Enyard. 

Fifth Waud. — N. Raymond, Prest, 

Sixth Ward.- — E. D. Sprigg. 

Seve?ith Ward. — Charles J. Cummings. 

Treasurer — Reese Kendall. Clerk- — Wm. 
H. Conklin. Marshal — Samuel Weidner. 
Attorneys. — Develin & Johnson. 

CENTERVILLE OFFICERS. 

TOWN COUNCIL. 

President — S. C. Doughty. 

Councilmen—G. S. MoMahon, Amos Haine«, 
Henry C. Noble, and J. B. Manning. 

Clerk — Ed. Carroll. Treasurer — Adam 
Trumbull. Marshall— 'M. Kelly. 

Meets first Tuesday evening in each month. 

HAGERSTOWN TOWN OFFICERS 

COUNCIL. 

First Ward. — J. Thrasher. 
Second Ward. — II. Lontz. 
Third Ward. — Jno. Houser. 
Fourth Ward. — E. Brown. 
Fifth Wa.rd.--B.. C. Fox. 
CUrk — W. W. W'oods. Marshal — George 
Muhl. Street Commissioner — li. Gordon. 

RICHMOND CITY OFFICERS. 

Mayor— John Finley. 



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237 



WM. COFFIN. 



W. R. COFFIN. 



COFFIN & SON". 



DEALERS LJV 



LARD, COAL, CARBON AND LUBRICATING OILS, 

Benzole, and Engineers' Supplies. 

ALSO AGENTS FOR 

GEO. S. PAGE & BflOS.' PATENT PARAFF1NE VARNISH. 

No. 5 COMMERCIAL ROW, FOOT OF MAIN STREET, 



ss s 



COUNCIMEN. 

First Ward—T. W. Roberts and G. W. 
Barnes. 

Second Ward. — Jesse Coffin, and A. Ernist. 

Third Ward.—W. S. Reed and H. B. Payne. 

Fourth Ward. — E. C. Kelly and James 
Smith. 

Olerk — Wm. W. Austin. Marshal, — Wm. 
Zimmerman. Collector — William P. Wilson. 
Treasure?-— Stephen R. Wiggins. Street Com- 
missioner — Benoni Newby. 

School Trustees — A. N. Newton, Jere. Had- 
ley, and John Yaryan. 

Council meets the first Tuesday in every 
month. 



First Ward embraces all that part of the 
eity lying south of Main, and west of Marion. 

Second Ward embraces that part lying 
north of Main, and west of Marion and Fort 
Wayne Avenue. 

Third Ward embraces that part of the 
city lying north of Main, and east of Marion 
and Ft. Wayne Avenue. 

Fourth Ward embraces that part lying 
south of Main, and east of Marion. 

FIRE COMPANIES. 

Centerville, No. 1. — R. J. Strickland, Pres.; 
C. S. Doughty, Sec. Meets at Engine House, 
under Snyder Hall, Centerville. 

Washington, No. 1. — Organized in 1858. J. 
H. Macke, Pres.; F. Landwehr, Jr., Sec 
Meets at Engine House, s end Marion, Rich- 
mond, on first Wednesday evening of each 
month. 

Quaker City, No. 2. — Organized in 1841 ; 
has 64 members. E. J. Salter, Pres. ; C. B. 
Hunt, Sec. Meets the first Monday evening 
of tfaeh month, at Engine Hall, e s Pearl bet 
Main and Walnut, Richmond. 



Hoosier, No. 3. — Organized in 1850. Ezra 
Smith, Pres.; James Smith, Sec. Meets the 
first Wednesday evening of each month, at 
Engine Hall, e s Pearl bet Main and Spring, 
Richmond. 

Mechanics, No. 4. — Steamer. — Organized in 
1860; has 52 members. Samuel Conklin, 
Pres.; Robert S. Knollenberg, Sec. Meets 
the second Monday of each month, at Hall 
n w cor Fifth and Vine, Richmond. 

POST OFFICES IN WAYNE 
COUNTY, 

Where located — except where the town and 
post office is the same name ; also, name of 
post masters: 
Name. Location. Post Master. 

Abington, R. H. Tyner. 

Beeson, Beeson Station,. .G. A. Richmond. 

Bethel Martin Wiley. 

Boston, J. F. Rinehart. 

Cambridge City, J. Andrew Smith. 

Centerville, Miss Theresa VVidup. 

Chester,, William Bennett. 

Cox's Mills, Middleboro, ....Alonzo Hunt. 

Dalton, William S. Chamnesj. 

Dublin, Samuel Hervey. 

East Germantown, ...Germantown, 

Philip S. Binkley. 

Economy, Absalom Wright. 

Green's Fork,. ..Washington, ..Moses Hatfield. 

Hagerstown, Watkin Williams. 

Jacksonburg, John Berry. 

Milton, Edward Roberts. 

New Garden, Newport, Joel Parker. 

Olive Hill,. ..Centerville Crossing, 

John F. Medaris. 

Richmond, Achilles Williams. 

Webster, Fairfax,. ..William Brooks. 

White Water, ...Hillsborough, 

B. W. Addleman. 
Williamsburg, James Pearce. 






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SCHOOL HOUSES IN WAYNE COUNTY. 



ABINGTON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Mount Pleasant, 2 miles e Abing 
ton. 

No. 2 — Bobbins', 2 miles n Abington. 
No. 3 — Jerrett's, l£ miles n w Abington. 
No. 4— Clevenger's, 3 miles n w Abington. 
No. 5 —Helms 1 , 3 miles w Abington. 
No. 6 — Abington. 

BOSTON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Druley's, 1 mile e Boston. 

No. 2 — Fouts', \ mile w Boston. 

No. 3 — Smelser's, 3 miles w Boston. 

No. 4 — Beeson's, w s Liberty pike, 4 miles 
s Richmond. 

No. 5 — Bunker Hill, f mile s w Belief 
mills. 

No. 6— Sheffers, If miles s e Relief Mills. 

CENTER TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Swamp Valley, f mile w Williams- 
burg & Richmond pike 6 miles n w Rich 
mond. 

No. 2— Voss, n s Nat. road 2 miles e Cen- 
terville. 

No. 3 — 3 miles s e Centerville. 

No. 4 — Franklin, 2 miles s Centerville. 

No. 5 — Center Grove, e s pike 2 miles n 
Centerville. 

No. 6 — Olive Hill, 2 \ miles s e Washing- 
ton. 

No. 7 — West Grove, 2 miles n w Center- 
ville. 

No. 8 — Jackson's 2\ miles w Centerville. 

No. 9 — 2 \ miles s w Centerville. 

No. 10 — Gentry, 3 miles s w Centerville. 

CLAY TOWNSHIP. 

Frog Pond, s s Hagerstown pike If miles 
w W ashington. 

Horney's, 2 miles s Washington. 
Sugar Grove, 3 miles n w Washington. 
Washington, in Washington. 

DALTON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — 2\ miles n e Dallon. 
No. 2 — \ mile n Dalton. 
No. 3- \\ miles s Dalton. 
No. 4 — 2 miles s e Dalton. 

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Bethel, n Bethel. 

No. 2 — Gardner, on Chester and Arba pike 

1 mile s Randolph Co. line. 
No. 3 — Marine, on Chester and Arba pike 

2 miles n crossing Hillsboro and Newport 
road. 

No. 4 — White, \\ miles n Hillsboro. 
No. 5 — in Hillsboro. 

No. 6 — on the old Cart Way, 2\ miles s e 
Hillsboro. 
No. 7 — Beech Grove, \ mile n w crossing 



Chester & Arba pike and Williamsburg road. 
No. 8 — Pleasant Run, 2 miles s Hillsboro. 

GREEN TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — 2 miles n e Williamsburg. 

No. 2 — 2 miles n Williamsburg. 

No. 3— s Washington and Winchester road 
3i miles n e Williamsburg. 

No. 4 — n s Williamsburg and Economy 
road 2\ miles n w Williamsburg. 

No. 5 — in Williamsburg. 

No. 6 — e s Centerville pike 2 miles s Wil- 
liamsburg. 

No. 7 — e s Winchester and Washington 
road 2 miles w Williamsburg. 

No. 8 — \\ miles e Williamsburg. 

HARRISON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Worl's, \\ miles n Jacksonburg. 
No. 2 — Beards, \\ miles w Jacksonburg. 
No. 3 — Jacksonburg. 
No. 4 — Hoover's, 2 miles e Jacksonbug. 

JACKSON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — \ mile n Dublin. 

No. 2 — e s Cambridge and Franklin pike 
If miles n Cambridge. 

No. 3 e s Dublin road 2} miles n Dublin. 

No. 4 — on Cambridge and Simon's Creek 
pike 3J miles n Dublin. 

No. 5 — 3^ miles n Cambridge. 

No. 6 — 3\ miles n Cambridge. 

No. 7 — East Cambridge. 

School house n w cor Eoote and Railroad 
sts. Cambridge. 

School house — 0. Friends — e s pike | mile 

Dublin. 

School house s s Front bet Green and 
Jones, Cambridge. 

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Brown's, e s Jacksonburg and Ft. 
Wayne road, 3 miles n e Hagerstown. 

No. 2 — Pierce's, e s Hagerstown and Econ- 
omy road, 1| miles n e Hagerstown. 

No. 3 — Teetor's, e s Hagerstown and Frank- 
lin tpke, 2£ miles n w Hagerstown. 

No. 4 — Filer's, w s Cambridge & Dalton 
tpke, 1 mile w Hagerstown. 

No. 5 — Murray's, e s Cambridge & Dalton 
tpke, 3 J miles s w Hagerstown. 

No. 6 — Lontz, n s County road, 3 miles s e 
Hagerstown. 

No. 7 — Conoway's, n s Hagerstown and 
W ashington tpke, 3£ miles e Hagerstown. 

Hagerstown Seminary, n e cor Washington 
and North Market, Hagerstown. 

PERRY TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Marshall's, 1 \ miles n e Economy. 
No. 2 — Pugh's, 1£ miles n w Economy. 
No. 3 — Shaw's, 2 miles w Economy. 
No. 4 — Economy. 



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F. 


SCHULTZE & CO., 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 




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NEW GARDEN TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — Pleasant Plain, e s Richmond and 
■Newport pike, 24 miles s Newport. 

No. 2 — 1 \ miles s e Newport. 

No. 3 Venard's, 1 mile n e Newport. 

No. 4 — Union Hall, 3 miles n Newport. 

No. 5 — Mt. Pleasant, 2\ miles n Newport. 

No. 6 — Sugar Grove, n s Newport and 
"Williamsburg road, 1 mile w Newport. 

No. 7 — Plane Level, w s Centerville and 
Newport road. \\ miles n e Fairfax. 

Public, west part Newport. 

Concord — Orthodox Friends e s Winches- 
ter tpke, 3 miles s w Nswport. 

Dover Orthodox Friends — n s W ashing- 
ton road, near Fairfax. 

New Garden Seminary — Orthodox Friend: 
— w s Richmond and Newport tpke, f mile s 
Newport. 

Newport High School — Orthodox Friends — 
-Newport. 

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP. 

No. 1 — 5 miles e Milton. 

No. 2 — Lewis', 2i miles e Milton. 

No. 3. 

No. 4. 

No. 5 — Beeson's, w s Connersville and Mil- 
ton pike, 3 miles s Milton. 

No. 6 — Marlatt's, 3J miles s e Milton. 

No. 7 — Schoff's, f mile n e Milton. 

Connersville Road, 1 mile n Fayette Coun- 
ty line. 

No. 9 — Hurst's, e s Jacksonburg road, b\ 
miles s e Milton. 

Milford Friends', \ mile n Milton. 
"wayne township. 

No. 1— Middlebo o, in Middleboro'. 



No. 2 - s s Paris road, 1 mile e Chester. 

No. 3 Greenwood, 1£ miles w Chester, | 
mile w Union tpke. 

No. 4 — Shearon's, w s Richmond and Wil- 
liamsburg tpke, 3 miles n w Richmond. 

No. 5 — e s Richmond and Newport tpke. 
1 £ miles n Richmond. 

No. 6— Chandler's, on Hillsboro' tpke, 3 
miles ne Richmond. 

No. 7 — Smyrna, 4 miles n e Richmond. 

No. 8 — Sands', n s Nat. road, 3J miles e 
Richmond. 

No. 9 — Charles', w s County road, 3 miles 
e Richmond. 

No. 1 — Ratliff's, £ mile w Sevastopol. 

No. 11 — Smith's, s s Nat. road, l£ miles w 
Richmond. 

No. 12 — Short Creek, e s Boston tpke, 2 
miles s Richmond. 

No. 13 Edwards', 4 miles s e Richmond. 

No. 14— Oakland. 

No. 15 — Sulsers', on Lick Creek tpke, 3 
miles s w Richmond. 

African, w s Marion, bet Mill and South, 
Richmond. 

Public Square, s s Market, bet Front and 
Pearl, Richmond. 

Public, s e cor Fifth and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

German Lutheran— St. Paul's — e s Frank- 
lin, bet Sycamore and South, Richmond. 

Johnson's, w s Eighth, bet Main and Broad- 
way, Richmond. 

Catholic — St. Andrew's — s e cor Pearl and 
Sycamore, Richmond. 

Orthodox Friends', Chester, Wayne tp. 

White Water Friends, n rail-road depot, 
Richmond. 



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BENEVOLENT ORGANIZATIONS, &C. 



MASONI 



Acacia, No. 242.— R. W. Bunnell, W. M. ; 
T. J. Cook, Sec'y. Meets Tuesday evening, 
an or before full moon in each month, at 
"Washington. 

Bethel, No. 250.— W. H. Swain, W. M. ; 
M. Wiley, Sec'y. Meets Saturday evening, 
before full moon in each month, at Bethel. 

Cambridge No. 5.— Thomus C. Martin, W. 
M. ; Jacob Jessup, Sec'y. Meets Saturday 
evening, on or before full moon in each month, 
in Masonic Hall, Cambridge City. 

Cornelius, No. 232. — Jacob Fender, W. M.; 
J, Hunt, Sec'y. Meets on Monday evening, 
an or before full moon, at Abington. 

Downey, No. 233. — Nicholas Druly, W. M. ; 
David C. Jenks, Sec'y. Meets on Tuesday 
evening, on or before full moon in each 
month, at Boston. 

Economy, No. 102. — Richard Thornburg. 

W. M.j , Sec'y. Meets — 

at Economy. 

Hagerstown, No. 49. Morrison Baldridge. 
W. M.; W. M. Dolly, Sec'y. Organized 
May, 1845. Meets Wednesday evening, on 
or before full moon in each month, Hagers- 
town. 

Hiram, No. 42. — Eleazar Malone, W. M. : 
John Prichett, Sec'y. Meets Thursday even- 
ing, on or before full moon in each month, 
at Centerville. 

Milton, No. 108.— E. R. Newman, W. M. ; 
Wilson Jones, Sec'y. Meets Monday evening 
after full moon in each month, at Milton. 

Richmond, No. 196. — Organized May 28, 
1856. J. A. Unthank, W. M. , Ed. Win- 
stein, Sec'y. Meets first Tuesday in each 
month, n w cor Main and Fifth, 3d story, 
Richmond. 

Webb, No. 24.— Chartered in 1823. Chris- 
tian Fetta, W. M. ; L. D. Stubbs, Sec'y. 
Meets third Wednesday in each month, n w 
Cor Main and Marion, Richmond. 

White Water, No. 159.— J. C. Grave, W 
M. ; Stephen Bunnell, Sec' y. Meets Satur- 
day evening before full moon each month, at 
Hillsboro. 

CHAPTERS. 

Cambridge, No 9. — J. C. Moore, H. P. 

, Scribe. Meets Friday after full moon 

in each month, at Masonic Hall, Cambridge 
City. 

King Solomons, No. 4. — C. Fetta, H. P 
W. W. Austin, Secretary. Meets second 
Friday evening of each month, n w cor Main 
and Marion, Richmond. 



COUNCILS. 

Cambridge, No 14. — Thomas Newby, T. L 

, Rec. Meets second Tuesday eacB 

month, at Masonic Hall, Cambridge City. 

Wayne, No. 10.— W. W. Austin, T. L. 
Samuel Conklin, Rec. Meets first Thursday 
in December, March, June, and September, 
n w cor Main and Marion, Richmond. 

COMMANDKRY. 

Richmond, No. 8.— Lewis Burk, E. C. W. 
W. Austin, Recorder. Meets first Monday 
in each month, n w cor Main and Marion^ 
Richmond. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

LODGES. 

Abington, No. 154. — J. R. Robbins, N. G.j 
J. M. F. Stephens, Sec. Meets every Satur* 
day evening at Abington. 

C hinkarorer, No. 120. — W. A. Moreland, 
N. G. ; J. B. Elliot, Secretary. Meets every 
Saturday evening at Williamsburg. 

Greens Fork, No. 184— William F. Dean, 
N. G. , J. H. Winkle, Sec. Meets every Safc-- 
urday evening at Washington. 

Heneons Adelphm, No. 25. — Joseph Thrash> 
er, N. G. ; T. N. Anderson, Sec. Meet* 
every Thursday evening at Hagerstown. 

Nermann, No. 199. Charles Lieve, N. G. 5 
Louis Meyer, Sec. Meets every Thursday 
evening n w cor Main and Pearl, third story, 
Richmond. 

Hooner, No. 23. — James Lunday, N. G.j 
Wm. J. Leonard, Sec. Meets every Saturn- 
day evening at Centerville. 

Olice Branch, No. 89. — J. D. Robbins, N. 
G. ; H. C. Smith, Sec. Meets every Fridaj 
evening at Dublin 

Silvers, No. 150. — John W. Goode, N. G. ', 
W. M. Ballenger, Sec. Meets every Fridajf 
evening at Economy. 

Walnut Levd, No. 156.— H. T. Jamison, N. 
G. ; J. S. Faust, Sec. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Germantown. 

Wayne, No. 17. — Henry Hammel, N. G. k 
Henry Baresheid, Sec. Meets every Satur- 
day evening at Cambridge City. 

White Water, No. 41— chartered in 1847— 
Wm. Kitson, N. G. ; J. W. Randall, Sec 
Meets every Friday evening, n w cor Main 
and Pearl, third story, Richmond. 

Woodward Lodge, No. 212 — W. P. Wilcox- 
en, N. G.; J. W. Towl, Sec. Meets every 
Wednesday evening n w cor Main and Pearl, 
third story, Richmond. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

Hagerstown, No. 67. — D. M. Lantz, H. P.; 



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WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

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AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF FAIRBA\K'S SCAEES. 



W. D. Williams, Scribe. Meets first and 
third Tuesday in each month, at Hagerstown. 

Hebron, No. 8 — R. E. Forkner, H. P.; Ed. 
Kirk, Scribe. Meets first and third Monday 
4n each month, at Center ville. 

Homah, No. 11. — Orange Beard, H. P.; J. 
V. Garrett, Sec. Meets at Cambridge City 

Oriental, No. 28.— Ed. Winstein, H. P. ; J. 
A. Lupton, Scribe. Meets second and fourth 
Thursday in each month, at Odd Fellows 
Hall, Richmond. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD 
TEMPLARS. 



Dublin, No. 12. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Dublin. 

Hoosier, No. 265. — Wm. J. Plummer, W. 
C. T. ; George Pierce, Sec. Meets every 
Saturday evening at Hagerstown. 

Milton, No. 305.— A. D. Ncff, W. C. T. ; 
Thomas Ten Eyck, Sec. Meets every Satur- 
day evening; at Milton. 

Ridhmond, No. 69.— John Bliss, W. C. T. ; 
Dewitt C. Runnels. Sec. Meets every Tues- 
day evening in Gilbert's Block, third story, 
Richmond. 

White Water, No. 137. — Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Cambridge City. 

Woods, No. 281. -Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Centerville. 

MACHINISTS & BLACKSMITHS 
UNION NO. 7. 

Organized May, 1863. Alex. Henry, Prest. ; 
Harvey McGallard, Cor. Sec'y. Meets every 
Tuesaay evening, n s Main, bet Pearl and 
Front, 3d story, Richmond. 

BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMO 
TIVE ENGINEERS. 

Division No. 20. — Organized Dec, 1864 
Meets every Saturday evening, n s Main, bet 
Front and Pearl, Richmond. 



STUDENTS' CLUB. 

Meets every Thursday evening in winter, 
and every alternate Thursday evening in 
summer, in basement of Morrisson Library, 
Richmond. 

BANDS. 

Germantown Brass Band, Germantown. 

Hagerstown Cornet Band, organized 1863.. 
No. members 12. T. N. Anderson, Leader. 
Meets every Saturday evening, n e cor Main 
and Perry, Hagerstown. 

Milton Brass Band, Moses Calloway, Lead- 
er, Milton. 

Richmond Cornet Band, R. H. Schwartz, 
Leader; has 12 members; organized in 1858. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Gait House, 
Richmond. 

THE COLORED PEOPLE OF 

WAYNE COUNTY. 
Their Organizations, Religious, Benevo- 
lent, and Social. 

CHURCHES. 

African Methodist Episcopal, w s Marion, 
bet Mill and South, Richmond ; organized 
September 23, 1836 , present pastor, Rev. 
Frederic Myers. 

African Methodist Episcopal, Dublin ; or- 
ganized in 1848 ; present pastor, Rev. D. D. 
Win slow. 

African Methodist Episcopal, Cambridge 
City; organized in 1864. 

African Methodist Episcopal of Newport; 
irganized in 1864. 

All these churches were organized by 
Bishop Quinn. They have each a Sabbath- 
school connected with them. 

TEMPERANCE. 

Star of Bethlehem Lodge, Union Templars. 
—John McSmith, W. C. T.; Austin Douglass, 
iec'y. Meets every Friday evening in Oufc- 
land's Hall, Richmond. 



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MASONIC — LODGES. 

Britlon, No. 3, Free and Accepted Masons. 
—Organized in 1855 by authority of the 
Grand Lodge of Colored Masons of Ohio, as 
Lodge No. 13, and after the organization of 
a Grand Lodge for Indiana, was re-chartered 
in 1862 as No. 3. Present officers, Kobert 

Carter, W. M. ; Bundy, S. W. ; 

, J. W.; H. S. Bell, Sec'y. Meets 

first Monday evening in each month in Out- 
land's Hall, Richmond. 

Hiram., No. 7, F. fy A. Masons. — Organized 

in 1860. Daniel D. Winslow, W. M. ; 

, Sec'y. Meets first Monday evening 

in each month, at their hall in Dublin. 



St. James No. 2. — Organized August, 1865. 
Daniel D. Winslow, H. P.; J. N. Weaver, 
Sec'y. Meets in Outland's Hall, Richmond. 

' DAUGHTERS OF RUTH. 

Organized in 1858. Mrs. Susan Medlind, 
M. W. Matron; M. White, Sec'y. Meets 
first Tuesday of each month, at Outland's 
Hall, Richmond. 

soldiers' aid and freedmen's relief 

SOCIETY. 

Organized in 1863. Mary Smith, Pres't , 
Nancy Outland, Sec'y. Meets at 2 o'clock; 
p. M., every Tuesday, at Harrison Medlind's 
Richmond. 



BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Central Bible Society; of the Society of 1 



Friends — Orthodox. Within the last four 
years this Society has purchased and distrib- 
uted ten thousand and fifty-nine volumes of 
the Bible or parts of the Bible. Depository 
is in charge of Joseph Dickinson, w s Ma- 
rion st., first door s of the Post Office, Rich- 
mond. 

TRACT SOHIETY. 

Central Tract Depository; of the Society of 
Friends — Orthodox — w as established in De- 
cember, 1850. During the fourteen years of 
its existence, it has published one hundred 
and twenty-six new tracts, and within the 
last four years has issued over six millions of 
pages of tracts. Not less than one-third of 
these tracts have been distributed to the pa- 
tients in military hospitals, in camps, and 
among prisoners of war. The Depository is 
in charge of Joseph Dickinson, office w ■ 
Marion, first building s of the Post Office, 
Richmond. 

SOCIETIES OF PROGRESS. 

German Society of Progress.- Organized 
January 22, 1865. Charles Leive, President; 
Joseph Martischang, Secretary. Meets every 
Sunday, at two o'clock P. M., in Engine 
House No 3, Richmond. 

Society of the Friends of Progress — Spiritu- 
alist. — Organized March 6, 1865. S. Max- 
well, President; Mrs. Mary P. Haines, Sec- 
retary. Meets every Sunday, at 10^ o'clock 
A. M. — no permanent house yet provided — 
Richmond. 






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243 



CHURCHES IN WAYNE COUNTY. 



Bethel Society of Friends, (Hicksite), organ 
ized 1829, hours of service 11 a. m. on the 1st 
and 4th days of each week. \ mile a Dublin 

Bethel Society of Friends, [Orthodox), e s 
tpke f mile s Dublin. 

Bethel, ( U. Brethren), situated at crossing 
Newcastle and Jacksonburg roads 2\ miles 
aw Economy, Perry tp. 

Cheater Chapel [Methodist Episcopal), e end 
Chester; Sabbath school and church was or- 
ganized through the missionary efforts of 
Rev. A. A. Curme. 

Chester Society of Friends, ( Orthodox), Ches 
ter. 

Christian Chapel, organized Feb. 1841, sit- 
uated on Railroad st. bet Foote and Green, 
Cambridge City, has 60 member, Elder G. 
"W. Thompson, Pastor; hours of service 10 \ 
a.m. and 1\ p. m. every Sabbath. 

Christian Church, s w c r Main Cross and 
Union, Centerville. 

Christian Church, Jacksonburg, Elder Dan- 
iel Franklin of Henry Co., pastor. 

Christian Church, Rev. Mr. Parsons, pastor, 
hold service every 4th Sabbath in Union 
Chapel, Milton. 

Christian Church, organized Nov. 21st, 1859, 
meet in Henry Hall s w cor Main and Frank- 
lin, Richmond, Elder G. W. Thompson, pas- 
tor, has 50 members; hours of service 10J a 
m and 7} p m in Summer, and lO.j a m and 
7 p m in Winter. 

Church of Christ, (Bethel), H. C. Tillson, 
Hardin Harrison and J. S. Hardin, officiating 
Clergymen. 

Concord (Baptist) Chuach, 2f miles n e Wil- 
liamsburg, Green tp. 

Concord Society of Friends, (Orthodox), e s 
Winchester tpke 3 miles s Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Cumberland Presbyterian, Rev. F. G. Blac , 
pastor, w s Main Cross bet Main and Plum, 
Centerville; services morning and evening 
every Sabbath. 

Doddriges' Chapel, (Methodist Episcopal), 6 
miles s e Centerville, Washington tp. 

Dover Chapel, (M. E.), organized Aug. 6th, 
I860, and new church edifice dedicated the 
»ame day. This house was built and church 
organized through the efforts of Rev. A. A. 
Curme, commencing with a Sabbath school; 
hours of service 4 o'clock Sabbath afternoon. 
See Dover Sabbath school, Fairfax. 

Dover Society of Friends, (Orthodox), n s 
Washington road near Dover or Fairfax. 

Elkhorn, (Baptist), organized in 1807, (the 
first pastor was Lazarus Whitehead), situa- 
ted w s Liberty tpke 5 miles s Richmond in 
Boston tp. 



Evangelical Associatio?i, organized Oct., 
1844, situated on Kingst s Main, East Ger- 
mantown, has 60 members, Rev. Sam'l Measa, 
pastor. 

Evangelical Lutheran, organized Aug. 1850, 
situated n s Main, East Germantown, has 35 
members. 

Evangelical Zion, 2| miles n Dublin, Jack- 
son tp. 

Fairfield Society of Friends, (Orthodox), 
house of worship 1£ miles n e Washington, 
Clay tp. 

First Baptist, organized July, 1865, meets 
in engine house e s Pearl bet Main and Spring 
sts, Richmond: has 20 members, Rev. J. P. 
Agenbroad, pastor; hours of service 10J a m 
and 7| p m in summer and 10^ and a m and 
7 p m in winter every Sabbath. 

First Presbyterian, (O. S.), organized Aug., 
1837, situated s e cor Green and Railroad sts, 
Cambridge, has 60 members, Rev. J. M. 
Cross, pastor; hours of service 10 J a m and 
7 p m every Sabbath. 

First Presbyterian, (O .S.), H.M. Shockley, 
pastor, organized in 1853, has 21 members, 
holds service every other Sabbath at 10 am 
and 2 p m, n s Walnut bet Perry and Plum, 
Hagerstown. 

First Presbyterian, (O. S.), organized Nov. 
15 1837, situated on e s Fifth bet Main and 
Walnut, Richmond, has 150 members, Rev. 
L. W. Chapman, pastor; hours of service 10J 
a m and 7| p m in summer and lOJam and 
7 p m in winter. 

Poland* Chapel, ( United Brethren), s w 
cor Clay tp. 

Franklin, (Christian Reformers), 1\ miles e 
Milton, Washington tp. 

German Baptist, (Dunkards), house built in 
1845 w s Cambridge City and Dalton tpke 1 
mile w Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

German Lutheran, Rev. God fried Lo wen- 
stein, pastor, w s Front bet Sycamore and 
Mill, Richmond. 

German Lutheran, (Old), organized June, 
1840, situated ^ mile nMainst, East German- 
town, has 100 members, Rev. Isaac Hirsh, 
pastor. 

Hazel Chapel, (M. E.), e s Connersville 
and Milton tpke 3| miles s Milton, Wash- 
ington tp. 

Jacob's Lutheran, Rev. I. N. Hirsh, pastor, 
ns Hagerstown and Newcastle tpke 2 miles 
w Hagerstown. Jefferson tp. 

Locust Grove, (M. E.), Rev. Jno. Crawford, 
pastor, on Centerville tpke $ mile n w Alding- 
ton. 

Methodist Episcopal, Boston 

Methodist Episcopal, situated on Railroad 



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•t. bet the River and Canal, Cambridge City, 
bas 100 members, Rev. A V. Gorrel, pastor; 
hours of service 10£ a m and 7pm every 
Sabbath. 

Methodist Episcopal, w s Main Cross bet 
Main and Walnut, Centerville. 

Methodist Episcopal, n s C. & G. E. R. R. 
4 miles n Centerville, Center tp. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized in 1831, 
situated n s Main e Davis, Dublin, has 120 
members, Rev A. V. Gorrel, uastor, hours of 
•erviee 10,] a m and 7pm every Sabbath. 



Methodist Episcopal, e s South 
Economy. 

Methodist Episcopal, Rev. M. Metts, pastor, 
organized in 1840, has 46 members, n e cor 
Perry and College; hours of service 10 a m 
and 8 p m every other Sabbath, Hagerstown. 

MeJhf'dvt Episcopal, Rev. J. A. Kale, pas- 
tor, Hillsboro. 

Methodist Episcopal, James Crawford, pas- 
tor, e s Cherry bet Main and Walnut, Milton. 

Methodist Episcopal, F. A. Sale, pastor, 3 
miles n Newport, New Garden tp. 

Methodist Episcopal, Newport, F. A. Sale, 
pastor 

Methodist Episcopal, Washington. 

Methodist Episcopal, w s Main, Williams- 
burg 



7f p m, in summer, and 10£ a m and 7 p m ia 
winter. 

Protestant Episcopal, Rev John B. Wake- 
field, rector, holds service in Masonic Hall ; 
Cambridge City. 

Protestant Episcopal, Rev. J. B. Wakefield, 
rector, Hillsboro'. 

Protestant Episcopal, (St. Paid's), organized 
February, 1838, situated n e cor Fifth and 
Broadway, has 120 members, Rev. John B. 
Wakefield, rector; hours of service 1<»] a m 
and 7f p m, in summer, and 10i a m and 7 



Market, |p m, in winter. 

Ru hmond Society of Friends (Orthodox), or- 
ganized January, 1805, situated w s Marion, 
bet Market and Mill. Richmond, has 130 
members; hours of service 10| a m, and 7 
p m. 

Salem, (Regular Baptist), Elder Joseph A. 
Johnson, pastor, s s Hagerstown and Wash- 
ington tpke, 4 miles e Hagerstown, Jetf'erson 
tp- 

Smyrna Society of Friends, (Orthodox), 4 
miles n e Richmond, Wayne tp. 

Springfield Society of Friends, (Orthodox), 
e s North Market, Economy. 

St. Andrews, (Catholic), organized in 1846, 
situated n e cor Pearl and Sycamore, Rich- 
mond, has 275 members, Rev. John B. H. 
Mi/ford Society of Friends, (Hicksite), betjSeepe, priest; hours of service 7£ and 1 a m, 
Canal and River, Milton. and 3 p m, in summer, and 8 and 10.] a m, 

Milford Society of Friends, (Orthodox), meet-j and 3 p in, in winter, 
mg house e s White Water Canal J mile n St. Elizabeth, (Catholic), organized April, 
Milton. Washington tp. 11863, situated s I. C. Kail-road, Cambridge 

Mmsion Baptist, situated s e cor Chestnut City, has 500 members, Rev. Joseph O Reil- 
Jind Main, Cambridge City, has 56 members, iy, priest; hours of service 8 and 10 a m 
Rev. Ge 'Tge Balcom, pastor; hours of service every Sabbath. 

X0j a m every Sabbath. | St. John's, (German Evangelical Lutheran), 

Mt. Pleasant, (Christian), Rev. James P.organized December 1st, 1844, situated w • 
Dykes, pastor, n s county road 2 miles s e'Front, bet Sycamore and Mill, Rev. G. Low- 
Haa;erstown. Jefferson tp. :enstein, pastor; hours of service, 10^ a m and 

Mt. Pleasant, ( United Brethren), s s county |7 if p m, in summer, and 10 J a m and 7 p m, 
road 3£ mile n Williamsburg, Green tp. in winter. 



Mt. Zion, ( United Brethren), w s Green's 
Fork h mile w Williamsburg, Green tp. 

Mt. Zion, ( United Brethren), 4 miles n Ha- 
gerstown, Dalton tp. 

Myers' Chapel, (M. E.), situated w s Lib- 
erty tpke 3] miles s Richmond, Boston tp. 

Nettle Greek Society of Eriends, (Orthodox), 
meeting hiiuse Franklin, Dalton tp. 

New Garden Society of Fric?ids, ( Oethodox), 
-tf s Richmond and Newport tpke | miles 
Newport. 

Newport Society of Friends, (Orthodox), n 
part of Newport. 

Olive Branch, (M. E.), organized in 1840, 
M.. S. Metts, pastor, situated n e Olive Branch 
toad, 2$ miles n e Hagerstown, Jefferson tp. 

Orange Society of Friends, (Orthodox), house 
of worship, 4 miles s e Richmond, Boston tp. 

Pearl Street Methodist Episcopal, organized 
in 1824, situated w s Pearl, near Spring st., 
Richmond, has 405 members, Rev. N. H. 
Phillips, pastor; hours of service 10£ a m and 



St. Marys, (Catholic), organized April 5th, 
1860, situated n e cor Franklin and Broad- 
way, Kichmond, Rev. J. M. Villiers, priest, 
hours of service 7 h and 10 a m, in summer, 
and 8 and 10 \ a m, in winter. 

St. Paul's (German Evangelical Lutheran), 
organized in 1852, situated e s Franklin, bet 
Sycamore and South, Richmond, Rev. D. Sev- 
eringhaus, pastor; hours of service 10] a m 
and 7f p m, in summer, and 10£ a m and 7 
p m, in winter. 

Sugar Grove, ( United Brethren), w s Wash- 
ington and Economy tpke, 3^ miles n w 
Washington, Clay tp. 

Union Chapel, free to all denominations, s s 
Seminary st., bet Cherry and Main Cross, 
Milton. " 

Union Chapel, (Methodist Episcopal), organ- 
ized in 1858, situated s s Main, bet Marion 
and Franklin, Richmond, has 140 members, 
, pastor; hours of service 10 j 



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245 



a m and 7f pm, in summer, and 10i am and 
7 ji in, in winter. 

United Brethren, Rev. Charles Smith, pas- 
tor, Abington. 

United Brethren, John Cranor, pastor, 
Franklin. 

United Brethren, organized 1856, situated 
©n Market St., s Main, Dublin, has 00 mem- 
bers, Rev. Milton Wright, pastor; hours of 
•ervice 10.V a m and 7 p m, Sabbath. 

United Brethren, 2£ miles n e Economy, 
Perry tp. 

United Brethren, organized July, 1864, sit- 
uated n rail-road, has 10 members, Rev. C. 
W. S nith, pastor; hour of service 7pm ev- 
«ry two weeks, e Germantown. 

Unite I Brethren, n s Washington road, 2 
miles n e Jaeksonburg, Harrison tp. 

Unite I Brethren, Rev. Charles Smith, pas- 



West Grove Society of Friends, ( Orthodox), 
21 miles n w Centerville, Center tp. 

West River Society of Friends, { Orthodox), 
on West River, 3 miles w Economy. 

Whitewater S riety of Friends, (Hie' ife), 
organized in 1828, situated n w cor . .nth 
and Broadway, Richmond, has 450 members; 
hour of service 11 a m. 

Whitewater Yearly Meeting. (Hicksite), 
meets in this house and at Waynesvillttj 
Warren County, Ohio, alternately. Tho 
meeting for 1864 was at Waynesville. 

Whitewater Society of Friends, [Orthodox), 
organized in 1806, house of worship, situated 
n rail-road depot, e s Newport pike, Rich* 
mond, has 420 members, and meets at 11 
o'clock a m, every 1st and 4th day. 

This, we believe, was the first society of 
Friends organized in the State of Indiana* 
tor, hold service every alternate SabbathlSoon after the organization of this society, it 
morning and evening, at Union Chapel, Mil- united with others in organizing Whitewater 



ton. 

United Brethren, 4J miles s w Centerville, 
Washington tp. 

United Presbyterian, organized in 1825, sit- 
uated w s Pearl, bet Market and Sycamore, 
Richmond, has 45 members, at present no 
pastor. 

Universalist, organized in 1850, situated s w 
•or Milton and Harrison sts , Dublin, has 18 
members, Rev. M. G. Mitchell, of Abington, 
pastor; hour of service lOiam on tbe 2d 
Sabbath of each month. 



Yearly Meeting, being the first yearly meet- 
ing west of Ohio. Measures were taken, not 
long after, to erect the present large house of 
worship, for the accommodation of the yearly 
meeting, and in those days, when all this 
country was a wilderness, broken only by th« 
small clearings of the hardy settlers, miles 
apart, and the only mean-* of travel was on 
horseback or in wagons, over dirt on cordu- 
roy roads, its proportions must have seemed 
gigantic, as it burst upon the view of the 
lonely traveler. Even now while it forms a 



.part of a city of 11,000 inhabitants, it is much 
Washington, (United Brethren), Rev. Mil-| the i arffest house of worship in the place. 

ton Harris, pastor, Washington. | We b e i ieve tne building was completed in 

Wesleyan MUhodist, e s North Market,i 18 , 8 Whitewater Yearly Meeting assem- 

Economy. |]-,] eg anmi;1 l]y j n September, and although 

Wesleyan Methodist, 2 miles s w Hillsboro ,|l arffe numbers have, from time to time, been 



Franklin tp. 

Wesleyan Methodist, Rev. Mr. Harrison, 
pastor, holds service every 4th Sabbath morn- 
ing and evening, in Union Chapel, Milton. 

Wesleyan Methodist, Elijah Coate, pastor, 
Newport. 



set off from it to form other yearly meetings 
further west, the crowds that attend its meet- 
ings are numbered by thousands. 

Woodbury Society of Friends, (Orthodox), 
house of worship, 2 miles s Hillsboro'. Frank- 
lin tp. 



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SABBATH SCHOOLS IN WAYNE COUNTY. 



Christian, organized in 1859, has 4 teachers 
arid 80 scholars, Wm. H. Anderson, Superin- 
tendent; hour of meeting 9 am, Richmond. 

Dover, Methodist (Episcopal), organized in 
March, 1865, in a school house south of Fair- 



25 teachers and 150 scholars, John L. Thomp- 
son, Superintendent, hour of meeting 9 a m, 
meets in basement of Presbyterian Church, 
e s Fifth s Main, Richmond. 

First Presbyterian, organized in 1855, has 



fax, A. A. Curme, Superintendent, meets atl 90 scholars, John I. Underwood, Superinten- 
2 o'clock p m every Sabbath in the M. E.| dent ; meets at 9 a m in the church, Cam- 
Church, Fairfax, bridge City. 

Rev. Arthur A. Curme, who is a local min-1 Friends, (Richmond), organized Jan., 1865, 
ister in the M. E. Church, went to the village' nas 10 teachers and 65 scholars, Chas. F. Cof- 
of Chester in this county in the latter part ofi fin ' Superintendent; hour of meeting 9 am, 
1863 or early in 1864, and opened a Sabbath [meets s w cor Marion and Market, Rich- 
school. He labored faithfully, enlisting such m ond. 

other persons as he could and preaching to! Friends, ( Whitewater), organized in 1834, 
the citizens who assembled to hear him, eitherj has 15 teachers and 150 scholars, Isaac P. 
before or after the school each Sabbath, untill Evans > Superintendent; hourojf meetingj).30 
sufficient interest was awakened to warrant 
the organization of a church. This being ac- 
complished, his next object was to secure a 
house of worship. This he steadily kept in 
view, and by donations from those he was able 
to enlist in the work, with liberal contribu- 
tions of his own, a small, neat frame house 
was provided all complete in the autumn of 
1864. Mr. Curme then turned the Sabbath 
school, church and all over to the minister in 
charge of the circuit in which it was located, 
and looked about for other missionary ground. 
Finding religious privileges very limited in 
Fairfax he organized the Sabbath school in 
March last as above stated. This time feel- 
ing no doubt about a church organization, 
he commenced soliciting contributions for a 
house at once, had it erected, and when the 
church was organized Aug. 6th, 1865, the 
house being all complete, was dedicated the 
same day and turned over to the care of the 
Rev. N. H. Barnes, minister in charge of the 
circuit in which it is situated. Mr. Curme. 
however, continues to superintend the Sab- 
bath school and preach at 4 o'clock p m on 
alternate Sabbaths with Mr. Barnes. Thus 
by the efforts of one man two churches and 
two Sabbath schools have been put into ope- 
ration with all their influences for good, and 
this too, while, he was discharging the active 
duties of a partner in a large and growing 
mercantile and manufacturing firm. An ex- 
ample worthy of imitation by more ol our 
business men. 

Dublin Union, organized 1856, has 75 schol- 
ars, Jno. M. Lebrick, Superintendent; meets 
every Sabbath at 9 a m, Dublin. 

First Baptist, organized June 4th, 1865, has 
10 teachers and 50 scholars, Rev. J. P. Agen- 
broad, Superintendent; hour of meeting 9 a 
m, meets in engine house e s Pearl n Main, 
Richmond. 

First Presbyterian, organized in 1837, has 



a m, meets in meeting house n Railroad, Rich- 
mond. 

German Evangelical Lutheran, (St. Paul), 
organized in 1855, meets in the church, has 
14 teachers and 100 scholars, Rev. D. Siver- 
inghaus, Superintendent; hour of meeting 2 
p m, meets in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 
Richmond. 

German Evangelical Lutheran, (St. Johns), 
organized in 1846, has 90 scholars,' Rev. G. 
Lowenstein, Superintendent; hour of meet- 
ing 2 p m, meets in the church, Richmond. 

Methodist Episcopal, John Mudford, super- 
intendent, Economy. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized in 1828, has 

10 teachers and 40 scholars, Jacob H. Ham, 
superintendent; hour of meeting 8 J a m, at 
M. E. Church, Abington. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized in 1842, has 
130 scholars, W. S. Ballenger, superintendent, 
meets at 9 am, at the church, Cambridge 
City. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized 1836, has 
150 scholars, H. McTaggert, superintendent, 
meets at church at 9 am, every Sabbath, 
Dublin. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized in 1842, has 

11 teachers and 75 scholars, Samuel Study, 
superintendent, meets at church at 8 a m, 
Hagerstown. 

Methodist Episcopal, organized 1847, has 11 
teachers and 70 pupils, Abram Neff, super- 
intendent ; hour of meeting 9 a m, at M. E. 
Church, Milton. 

Methodist Episcopal, (Pearl Street), organ- 
ized in 1834, has 24 teachers and 300 schol- 
ars, John W. Randall, superintendent; hour 
of meeting 2 p m, at Pearl St. M. E. Church, 
Richmond. 



Methodist Episcopal, ( Union Ohapel), organ- 
ized in 1858, has 25 teachers and 250 scholars, 
John K. Iliff, superintendent; hour of meet- 
ing 2 p m, at Union Chapel, Richmond. 



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THE 

FIRST AND ONLY 

FUZZ ANI> 

CONNECTED 

HISTORY OF 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS 

EVER WRITTEN, 
And is the 

RESULT OF FIVE 
RESEARGIil 

And 

CORRESPONDENCE. 



HISTORY 

OF THE 

RISE AND PEOGEESS 

OH 1 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS, 



JOHN CARROLL POWER. 



For sale by 

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SENT J5Y MJlIH. Olf RECEIPT OF ®1.3J5. 



Mission, organized January, 1865, has 20 
teachers and 2 70 scholars, Charles F. Coffin, 
superintendent; hour of meeting 2 p m, at 
8 w cor Marion and Market, Richmond. 

Mt. Pleasant, organized May, 1865, has 10 
teachers and 50 scholars, "William Byers, su- 
perintendent; hour of meeting 4 p m, at 
Hunt's School-house, l£ miles e Abington 
Abington tp. 

Myers Chapel, J. P. Burgess, superintend- 
ent, meets at Chapel, Boston tp. 

St. Andrew s, [Catholic), organized in 1846 
meets at the church, has 225 scholars, Rev. J 
B. H. Seepe, superintendent; hour of meeting 
2 p m, Richmond. 

St. Mary's, [Catholic), organized in 1860, 
has 4 teachers and 120 scholars, Rev. J. M. 
Villiers, superintendent; hour of meeting 2 
p m, at St. Mary's Church, Richmond. 

St. Paul's, (Episcopal), organized Febru- 
ary, 1838, has 17 teachers and 140 scholars, 
Rev. John B. Wakefield, superintendent; 



hour of meeting 9 a m, at St. Paul's Episco- 
pal Church, Richmond. 

Union, organized 1859, has 20 teachers and 
110 scholars, Lewis Macy, superintendent, 
meets at 2 p m, ac Presbyterian Church, Ha- 
gerstown. 

Union, organized July, 1856, has 4 teach- 
ers and 60 pupils, Daniel Dinderman, super- 
intendent ; hour of meeting 9 am, at Union 
Chapel, Miiton. 

United Brethren, organized April, 1864, 
has 40 scholars, Henry N. Brown, superin- 
tendent, meets in church, Dublin. 

United Presbyterian, organized in 1841, hai 
6 teachers and 50 scholars, W. S. Reid, su- 
perintendent; hour of meeting 9 a m, at the 
United Presbyterian Church, Richmond. 

Universalist, meets every Sabbath morning 
in church, Dublin. 

Wesleyun, Miss Ella Johnson, superintend- 
ent, meets at church, Economy. 



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INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS. 




O f H art ford , Co 11 n . 

Capital, ■ 

INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

Causing Loss of Life or Bodily Injury. 

THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANY was orgnnized, under a charter granted by 
he Connecticut Legislature of 1863, and amended by the Legislature of 1864, for the specific 
.urpose of effecting INSURANCE AGAINST ACCIDENTS, of whatever kind or description, 
whether they occur in traveling by railroad, steamboat or stage-coach, walking in the street, 
it work in the shop, or sitting by the domestic fireside; whether riding, boating, hunting, 
ishing shoi tin:r, swimming, cricketing, surveying, engineering; whether working or playing 
leep n<» or waking, in danger or out of (apparent) danger, at home or abroad — in every variety 
if ciioumstances in which mankind are ordinarily placed. 

A General Accident Policy not only includes the risk in traveling, but also all forms of dis- 
locations, broken bones, ruptured tendons, sprains, concussions, crushings, bruises, cuts, stabs, 
mushot wounds, poisoned wounds, burns and scalds, bites of dogs, unprovoked assaults by 
>urglars robbers or murderers — the action of lightning or sun stroke; the effects of explosions, 
hemioals, floods and earthquakes, suffocation by drowning or choking. 

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ifteen thousand policies, and paid numerous claims for compensation ; has a directory of high 
■haracter, and is managed with the prudence and sagacity which distinguish Hartford insur- 
-nce companies ; has an ample capital and large surplus, and its soundness and stability may 
><z relied upon. 

GENERAL ACCIDENT RISKS. 

Ten Dollars Premium, 

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ive&ty-slx weeks), or $2 00O in the event of death by accid nt 

Twenty-Five Dollars Premium, 

Will secure $25 ppr week compensation, or $5 000 in case of death. 

Fifty Dollars Premium, 

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An.v o her sum, from $500 to $1<> OOu at pr portionate rates. 

V\ lier compensation only is desired, or paymentis to be made only in case of death, the rate* are much lower. 
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Travelers Insurance Tickets are now sold at tne principal Agency Offices in the country. 

Tariff of Hates. 
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Tickets for 1 day. 10 cts. 6 days. 50 ets. 10 " $1.(>0 



3 mis. 4 50. 
6 " 7.00. 

12 " 10. U0. 



a " 20 >• 7 " 70 » 20 days, 1 50. 

•• 3 >' 30 •' 30 " 2 00. 

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BOARD OF 1 DIRECTORS. 
GUSTAVUS F DAVIS, W. H. D. CALLENDER, JA*. I,. HOW,lRP. 

(il.'O W. MO'KE, MARSHALL JEWELL, KBHNEZER ROBERTS, 

THOS. BELKNAP, Jb., CHARLES WHITE, C<»RKK1.IUS B. KRWIN, 

HUGH HARBISON, GKO. S. GiL.vtAN, JONAlHAN B. BUM'E. 

.TAMES G. BATTERSON, Pres't. JtODNET DENNIS, Src'y. 

HENRY A. DYER, GenT Ag't. H. C. MARSHALL, Gon. Ticket Ag't. Dr. S. BKRESFORD, Surgeon. 

II. CLARKS0X, Gcn'l Agent for Eastern Indiasia. 
OFFICE—N. W. Cor. Main $ Marion Streets, Richmond, Lid. 



WAYNE COUNTY SOLDIERS' REGISTER. 



ABBR EV I ATIONS. 



Arljt Adjutant. 

A. A. G Assistant Adjutant General. 

Bat Battalion. 

Brig Brigade. 

Brig. Gen Brigadier General. 

Brig. Q. M. Brigade Quarter-Master. 

Capt Captain. 

Co Company. 

Col 4 «... Colonel. 

Corp Corporal. 

Div Division. 

Dir. Hosp Division Hospital. 

I. V I, or Ind. Vol. Inf Indiana Volunteer 

Infantry. 
I. V. O. or Ind. Vol. Cav., Indiana Volunteer 

Cavalry. 
Lt. or Lieut Lieutenant. 



Lt. Col -.-. Lieutenant Colonel. 

Lieut. Gen Lieutenant General. 

My Major. 

Maj. Gen -. Major General. 

Mass. Col. Inf. Massachusetts Colored Infantry. 

0. V.I Ohio Volunteer Infantry. 

O. V. O Ohio Volunterr Cavalry. 

O.N. G Ohio National Guard. 

Q. M. Quarter -Master. 

Reg > .Regiment. 

Reg. Q. M. Regimental Quarter-Master. 

Sergt - Sergeant. 

Surg ... Surgeon. 

U. S. C. /....United States Colored Infantry. 

U. S. R. A United States Regular Army. 

V. R. C. ...Veteran Reserve Corps. 



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Abden, James enlisted in Co. B, 5th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, August, 1862, for three years; 
was in the battles of Zollicoffer, Blountsville, 
and Rheatown, and Was discharged June 28, 
18G5, by reason of close of the war; res 
Center tp. 

Abrams, John enlisted in Co C, 69th Reg 
Ind Vol Inft, August, 1862, for three years; 
was captured in the battle of Richmond, Ky., 
but afterward escaped, and was in all the 
battles in which the 69th was engage 
the close of the war; res before enlisting, 
with Mrs. Ellen Hutson, Richmond. 

Adams, Charles enlisted in the 19th Ind 
Battery, Dec, 1863, for three years, and was 



ADAMS, GEORGE W. enlisted in Co B ' 
8th Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 
months, was commissiozied 2d Lieutenant, 
was in the battle of Rich Mountain, and was 
discharged at expiration of term of enlist- 
ment; re-enlisted in same Co and Reg, Aug., 
1861, for three years, was elected and com- 
missioned 1st Lieutenant, was in the battles 
Pea Ridge, Port Gibson, Champion Hills, 
Black River Bridge, and Vicksburg ; re-en- 
listed as a vetern April, 1864, and was in the 
i'"^"-^ campaign under Sheridan in the Shenadoah 
Valley, is still in the service, June, 1865; res 
previous to enlistment, Milton. 

Addleman, Andrew J. volunteered in Co 
K, 19th Reg Ind Vol Inf at its organization, 



in all the engagements in which the battery par- | for three years, went with his regiment to 



ticipated from Chattanooga to the close of the 
war, and Was discharged in June, 1865, by 
reason of general order from War Depart- 
ment; res Vinton House, Cambridge City. 

Adamson, Simon R. enlisted in Co D, 63d 
Reg Ind Vol Inft, Aug. 1863; was taken 
prisoner at Richmond. Ky., paroled and ex- 
changed Nov. 18th following, took part in 



Washington City, where he was taken sick 
and sent to hospital, and died Jan. 15th, 1862, 
was brought home and buried in Hillsboro 
Cemetery by White Water Lodge, No. 159, 
Free and Accepted Masons, of which he was 
a member. He was a son of Jacob Addle- 
man, deceased, late of Franklin tp. 

Addleman, F. J. volunteered in 6th Ind 



the Vicksburg campaign and capture of Ar-!Cav, June, 1863, as a recruit, was in the battle 
kansas Post, and finally Was dicharged onjof Franklin, Tenn., in which he had his horse 
account of physical disability, Oct. 13, 1863;jshot under him; has been on detached duty 
res in Perry tp. (part of the time since; is now (April, 1865,) 

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with his regiment. Son of Jacob Addleman, 
deceased, late of Franklin tp. 

Addleman, George F. volunteered in Co F 
124th Beg Ind Vol Inf, at orgaization, for 
three years; participated in the battles of 
Franklin and Nashville, Tenn., and Kinston, 
N. C, passing through them all unharmed. 
He has been with his regiment every day 
since he went into the service, participating 
in every march, skirmish and battle in which 
it has been engaged, and is yet in the service, 
June, 1865. Son of John M. Addleman, 
Franklin tp. 

Addleman, Jacob O. volunteered in Co B, 
19th Beg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861, for three 
years; participated in all the battles in which 



his regiment was engaged until after that of Peach Tree Creek, Franklin, Nashville, and 



Antietam, when he was taken sick and sent 
to hospital at Washington City, and from 
there to York, Pa. From there he was fur- 
loughed home, where he arrived Dec. 10th 
1862, and died Dec. 19th following, and was 
buried in the cemetery at Hillsboro.' Son of 
"William Addleman, Franklin tp. 

ADDLEMAN, JOHN H. volunteered in 
Co B, 19th Beg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862 
as a recruit ; joined his regiment during the 
second battle of Bull Bun ; was with it until 
the battle of Antietan, when he was taken 
sick and sent to hospital at Washington City 
where he remained until Dec, 18G2, was fur- 
loughed home, and remained about one year 
Bejoining his regiment, he fought five days 
in the battle of the Wilderness ; was taken 
sick and sent to hospital ; regained his health 
sufficiently to drive team, in which capacity 
he served until August, 1864, when he was 
discharged in consequence of physical disa- 
bility. Son of William Addleman, of Frank- 
lin tp, near whom he now (April, 1865,) 
resides. 

Addleman, Joseph O. volunteered in Co B, 
19th Beg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861, for three 
years ; participated in every engagement and 
skirmish in which his regiment took part, 
until the battle of Antietam, in which he 
was killed, while charging a battery. He 
was buried on the battle-field, where his 
body remained until March following, when 
it was disinterred, brought home, and buried 
in the cemetery at Hillsboro, occupying a 
grave by the side of his brother, Jacob O. 
Addleman. Son of William Addleman, 
Franklin tp. 

Addleman, John S. volunteered in Co. C, 
57th Beg Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 1861, for three 
years. Participated in the battles of Shiloh, 
Stone Biver, Perryville, Missionary Bidge, 
and all others in which his regiment was en- 
gaged, up to the battle of Kenesaw Moun- 
tain, in which he was killed. He was a mem- 
ber of White Water Lodge, No. 159, of F. 
and A. Masons — son of Jacob Addleman, 
deceased, late of Hillsboro. 

Addleman, William O. volunteered in Co. 



I, 147th Beg, Ind Vol Inf, Feb. 1865, for one 
year. Is now (April, 1865,) with Hancock's 
Corps, in the Shenandoah Valley. Son ot 
William Addleman, Franklin tp. 

Addington, Naason enlisted in Co. D, 8th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 
months. Was in the battle of Bich Moun- 
tain, and was discharged at expiration of 
term. Be-enlisted in Co. C, 84th Beg Ind 
Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years, and 
died in hospital at Nashville, Tennessee, April 

1863. Family resides with Aaron Burdsal, 
Center tp. 

Agan, Martin enlisted in Co. K, 124th Beg 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 1863, for three years. Was 
in the battles of Besacca, Kenesaw Mountain, 



was wounded at Kingston, North Carolina ; 
now (April, 1865,) in hospital at Newbern, 
North Carolina. Family ?es in Boston tp 4 
miles s Bichmond. 

Albertson, Alfred enlisted in Co. B, 57th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 2, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Pittsburg Land- 
ing, Stone Biver, and Lookout Mountain. 
Be-enlisted in same company and regiment 
Dec. 31, 1863, for three years, and was soon 
after detailed to Government printing office, 
at General Sherman's headquarters, and is- 
now (May, 1865,) in same position at Nash- 
ville. Son of James Albertson, Bichmond. 

Albright, Carson enlisted in Co. A, 101st 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three 
years. Was wounded at Chicamauga ; after- 
wards was in the battle of Besacca, and with 
General Sherman in the grand march through 
Georgia, and was discharged at the close of 
the war. Bes Germantown. 

Albright, Francis enlisted in Co. D, 8th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, for three years. Has been 
with the regiment from the time he enlisted ; 
yet in the service, May, 1865. Besidence 
previous to enlistment, Dublin. 

Ale, Henry enlisted in the 8th Beg Ind Vol 
Inf, April, 1861, for three months. Was in 
the battle of Bich Mountain and discharged 
at expiration of term of enlistment res 82 
South Fifth, Bichmond. 

Alexander, Cassius C. enlisted in Co. H, 
93d Ohio Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Stone Biver, 
Chicamauga, and Mission Bidge ; at the last 
named battle was severely wounded in the 
knee, making amputation necessary, from the 
effects of which he died January 28th, 1864. 
Was a son of Mrs. Daniel Lesh, Bichmond. 

Alexander, John W. enlisted in Co. A, 20th 
Ky Beg, in October, 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Shiloh, Corinth, Perry- 
ville, Lebanon, where he was taken prisoner, 
June, 1863; paroled the next day after cap- 
ture, and exchanged May, 1864; was also in 
the battles of Chattanooga, Kenesaw Moun- 
tain, siege of Atlanta and Jonesboro. Served 
out his time and was discharged January, 



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JAMES E. REEVES, President. 






THOS. G. YAKRIXGTOX, Cashier. 




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OF 


RICHMOND, INDIANA. 


Organized 


under 


the National 


Banking Law. 


Authorizes Capital, $250,000, 




Capital Paid In, $200,000, 




DIRECTORS 


. 


I. P. Evans, 
W. S. Reid, 
J. W. Grtjbbs, 


Joshua Holland, 
J. H. Moorman, 
J. Vanuxem, Jr., 


E. W. Tarrington, 
A. E. Scott, 

J. E. Beeves. 




A general Banking, 


Exchang 


e and Collecting bu 


siness promptly transacted. 



1865; now a cabinet maker and resides in ville ; was at the surrender of Johnston to 
Richmond. Sherman, and was discharged with the ree;i- 

Alexander, William W. enlisted in Co. C, ment July 23, 1865, at the close of the war. 
20th Reg Ohio Vol Ini", April, 1861, for three Residence, w s Eighth bet Main and Walnut, 
months; served out his time and was dis- Richmond. 

charged ; re-enlisted in Co. E, 2 2d Ohio Vol I Allison, A. enlisted in Co. D, 57th Reg Ind 
Inf, August, 1861, for three years. Was in Vol Inf, December, 1861, for three years : 
the battles of Fort Donelson, Shiloh, siege of discharged on account of physical disability 
Corinth, &c. ; was sent on special duty to Co-May, 1862 ; re-enlisted in the 84th Reg Ind 
lumbus, Ohio, March, 1864; remained thereVol Inf, for three years; discharged on ac- 
until the regiment was mustered out, October, count of physical disability. Now a black- 
18G4. Son of Mrs. Daniel Lesh, with whomjsmith, s s National road bet Cambridge City 
he now resides, Richmond. and Dublin, Jackson tp. 

Alkern, Albert enlisted in Co. B, 5th Reg| Allender, William enlisted in Co. B, 57th 
Ind Vol Cav, August 18, 1862. Was takenjlnd Reg, October, 1861, for three years, 
prisoner and exchanged ; shortly after was Was in the battles of Pittsburg Landing, 



discharged on account of physical disability. 
Now resides at Anderson, Ind. ; went from 
Dalton tp. 

Allen, David enlisted in Co. C, 10th Beg 
Ky Vol Inf, October 4, 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Chicamauga, Mission 
Ridge, Resaca, Kenesaw Mountain, Peach 
Tree Creek, and Jonesboro ; discharged at 
expiration of term of service. Now resides 
with Isaac Jenkins, Washington tp. 

Allen, Frederick — col'd — enlisted in Co. A, 
28th Reg TJ S Col Vol Inf, December, 1863, 
for three years. Was in the battle of Peters- 
burg, and was discharged by reason of phys- 
ical disability February, 1865. Resides with 
William Haines, Wayne tp. 

Allen, John R. enlisted in Co. D, 69th Reg 
lad Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years. 
Was captured in the battle of Richmond, 
Kentucky, and after being exchanged was in 
the battles of Thompson's Hill, Champion 
Hills, Black River Bridge, and Vicksburg, 
and was discharged at the close of the war. 
Res Economy. 

ALLEN, SAMUEL S. enlisted, as substi- 
tute, and was assigned to Co. C, 38th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, October 1st, 1864, for one year. 
Served with the regiment in the battle of 
Nashville, some skirmishing around Knox- 



Chaplain Hills, Staunton, and siege of At- 
lanta ; served his full term of enlistment, and 
was discharged February, 1865 ; now resides 
in Richmond. 

Ampey, George W. — col'd — enlisted in the 
28th Reg U S Col Vol Inf, December 23d, 
1863, for three years. Son of Dicey Ampey,. 
New Garden tp. 

Ampey, Isam G. — col'd — enlisted in Co. K, 
54th Reg Mass Col Inf, May 6th, 1863, for 
three years. In engagement at Spring Val- 
ley, Florida. Still in service, April, 1865. 
Son of Dicey Ampey, New Garden tp. 

Ampey, John — col'd — enlisted in the 28th 
Reg U S African Inf, March, 1865, for one 
year. Still in the service, April, 1865. Res- 
idence before enlistment, with John Peek-, 
Wayne tp. 

Ampey, Thomas R. — col'd — enlisted in Co. 
K, 54th Mass Col Inf, April 28th, 1863, for 
three years. Was at the storming of Fort 
Wagner, in which engagement he was killed. 
Son of Dicey Ampey, New Garden tp. 

Amsden, Henry R. enlisted in Co. B, 3d 
Reg Ohio Vol Inf, May, 1861, for three 
years. Was wounded at the battle of Perry- 
ville, October 8, 1862, the ball going through 
him ; after recovery, served out his term of 
enlistment and was discharged. Re-enlisted 



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;in Co. I, 39th Ohio Vol Inf, for one year,] 
August, 18G4; is yet in the service, June, 
1865. Son of J. M. Amsden, Richmond. 

Anderson, A. C. volunteered in Co. H, 
152d Reg Ohio National Guard, May 3, 1364,j 
for one hundred days; participated in the 
skirmish of Green Briar Gap; was discharged 
•at expiration of term of service. Son of 
• John Anderson, Franklin tp, with whom he 
'now resides. 

ANDERSON, GEORGE enlisted in Co. I 
A, 69th Ind Vol Inf, August, 1863, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Richmond, Ky., 
(where he was wounded in the knee,) Chica- 
saw Bluffs, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, 
Thompson Hill, Black River Bridge, Vicks- 
burg, where he had a nail shot from each his 
toe and thumb, Red River campaign, and 
Mobile; served until July, 1865, when the 
•regiment was mustered out of the service. 
Res e s Marion bet Sycamore and South, 
'Richmond. 

Anderson, George W. volunteered in Co. 
K, 124th Reg Ind Vol Inf, at the organiza- 
tion of the regiment for three years. Was 
■with his regiment, participating in all the 
battles and skirmishes in the campaign from 
Ringgold to Kenesaw Mountain, when he 
■was taken sick and sent back to hospital at 
Chattanooga, where he died July, 7th, 1864. 
Son of John Anderson, Eranklin tp. 

ANDERSON, JAMES H. volunteered in 
Co. F, 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, September 1st, 
,1861, for three years. Was in the siege of 
Corinth, and was discharged February 5th, 
1863, on account of chronic diarrhoea. Son 
of John Anderson, Franklin tp, with whom 
he now resides. 

Anderson, John H. volunteered in Co B, 
57th Reg Ind Vol Inf at organization of Reg 
for three years, re-enlisted in spring of 1804. 
for three years more in same Co and Reg. 
and is Orderly Sergt in his Co. Was in the 
battles of Pittsburg Landing April 6th and 
7th, 1862; seige of Corinth from May 1st to 
May 29th; Stone River from Dec. 31st, 1862, 
to Jan. 3d, 1863; Chicamauga, Sept. 19th and 
20th. 1863; Campaign of Sherman against 
Atlanta, from May 3d to Sept. 5th," 1864, 
with innumerable battles and skirmishes oc- 
curring daily; battle of Franklin, Nov. 30th, 
and ivashville, Dec. 15th, 1864; was slightly 
wounded in the battle of Franklin. Is still 
(April 15, '65) in the service. Son of Wil- 
liam Anderson, Franklin tp. 

Anderson, Joseph R. volunteered in the 
133d Reg Ohio Nat. Guards, May 3d, 1864, 
for 100 days; was with his Reg doing active 
service until the 1st of Aug. following, when 
he was taken sick and sent to Camp Denni- 
son, Ohio, where he died August 28th, and 
was brought home and buried in the ceme- 
tery at Bethel. He was a son of John An- 
derson, of Franklin tp, and leaves a wife and 



four children to mourn thier loss. They re- 
side in Holandsburg, Darke County, Ohio. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT volunteered in 
Co F, 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept. 1, 1861 
for three years; was in the battle of Pittsburg 
Landing, fought on the 6th and 7th of April, 
1862, on the second day of which he was se- 
verely wounded, in consequence of which he 
received a discharge frdm the service. He 
has since recovered, and is now ongaged in 
farming near Bethel on the north. Son of 
Joseph Anderson, Franklin tp. 

ANDERSON, T. N. enlisted Oct., 1861 in 
Co I, 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years; 
was promoted to First Lieut., March, 1862; 
was in the battle of Pittsburg Landing and 
Perrysville, resigned on account of physical 
disability, Jan., 1863; now of the firm of 
Anderson & Fritz. Hagerstown. 

Anderson, AVilliam R. volunteered in Co 
F, 69th Reg Ind Vol Inf, at its organization 
for three years; was taken prisoner at the 
battle of Richmond, Ky, paroled and shortly 
afterward exchanged. Participed in the bat- 
tle of Vicksburg, at which place he was taken 
sick and removed to Arkansas Post, where he 
died Jan. 12th, 1863. He was a young man 
universally beloved by all who knew him. 
Son of John Anderson, Franklin tp. 

Arment, Arthur B. enlisted in Benton Ca- 
dets, (Fremont's Body Guard), Oct., 1861, for 
three years, served four months and was dis- 
charged when Fremont was relieved of his 
command; re-enlisted in Co I, 84th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years; was in 
thi! battles of Tunnel Hill, Sherman's Cam- 
paign to Atlanta, Columbia, Franklin and 
Nashville, served until July, 1865, when the 
Regiment was mustered out of the service by 
reason of the ciose of the war. Son of G. 
W. Arment, near Chester. 

Arment, Edward G. enlisted in Co A, 133d 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days, May 
2d, 1864; discharged Sept. 5th, 1864. Re- 
sides with George Arment, Wayne tp. 

ARMSTRONG, ELAM L. enlisted in Co 
B, 5th Reg Ind Vol Cav, Dec, 1863, for 
three years. Was in the battle of Kesacca, 
and was taken prisoner in the raid to the rear 
of Atlanta; was paroled after a long confine- 
ment in the Southern prisons, and soon after 
exchanged; yet in the service, May, 1865. 
Son of John Armstrong, sen., Jacksonburg. 

Arment, James A. enlisted in Co H, 140th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 7, 1864, for one year. 
Was in Murfreesboro' when Forrest attacked 
the place, before the battles in front of Nash- 
ville; was with Schofield's army in the cam- 
paign around Wilmington and Goldsboro', 
N. C. Son of George Arment, Wayne tp. 

Armstrong, Andrew J. enlisted in Co D, 
8th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three 
years, and was discharged. Res Jackson tp. 
Further history not given. 

Ashford, James A. enlisted in Co. F, 78th 



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Eeg Ind Vol Inf. Aug., 1862, for sixty days: 
re-enlisted for three years at the expiration 
of his term, and was discharged at expiration 
of term. Res Centervillo. 

Austin. John F. enlisted in CoF, 78th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf. Aug. 1862, for sixty days, and 
was discharged at the expiration of his term. 
Ees Centerville. 

Austin, Philip enlisted in Co E, 7th Eeg 
Ind Vol Cav, Aug., 1863, for three years. 
"Was with the regiment ten months; took 
sick and died at Memphis, Tenn. Step-son of 
"William Baker, Harrison tp. 

AVERY, INCREASE J. was commis- 
sioned Special Assistant Surgeon for 10th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, at the siege of Corinth, after 
which he resigned; was commissioned First 
Surgeon of the same regiment Oct., 1862; 
served until Feb.. 1863, when he resigned, on 
account of physical disability. Is now a res- 
ident and practicing physician of Richmond. 

Ayler, Edward enlisted in Co H, 147th 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, Feb., 1865, for one year". 
Is yet in the service, May, 1865. Family re- 
side at Pacific House, Cambridge City. 

Baily, Goorge M. enlisted in Co B, 126 
Ohio Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years; was 
in the battles of Martinsburg, Front Royal, 
Kelly's Ford, Brandy Station, Locust Grove. 
Mine Run. Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Gaines' 
Mills, Cold Harbor, Bermuda Hundred, Pe- 
tersburg, Monoeacv, Charlestown, Smithfield. 
Flint Hill, Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek, 
was taken sick Jan., 1865 and discharged by 
general order of War Department June, 
1865. Son of William Bail}-, Richmond. 

Baily, Harrison enlisted in 8th Keg Ind 
Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three years; at ex- 
piration of term re-enlisted in same Co and 
Reg; still in the service, April, 1865. Resi- 
dence before enlistment with W. J. Elwood, 
Wayne tp. 

Baily, Henry H. enlisted in Co C, 2d Reg 



Ind Vol Cav, Aug., 1861, for three years; was 
at the battle of Pittsburg Landing and seige 
of Corinth; discharged on account of physi- 
cal disability. Went from Green tp. 

Bailey, William enlisted in 19th Ind Bat- 
tery, July, 1862; was soon after taken sick 
and died. Son of Mrs. Rebecca Hoover, 
Washington. 

Baker, J. G. enlisted in 3d Reg Iowa Vol 
Inf, for three years; was in the seige of 
Charleston; re-enlisted in 2d Reg Iowa Vol 
Inf; was with Sherman on the march through 
Georgia, and is yet in the service. May. L865. 
Residence previous to enlistment with Charles 
Estell, Richmond. 

Baker, John T. enlisted in 19th Ind Bat- 
tery, Aug., 1862, for three years; was in the 
battle of Perry ville, soon after took sick and 
was discharged on account of pli3 r sieal disa- 
bility; re-enlisted in same battery for three 
years, Jan., 1864; was in Sherman's campaign 
from Chattanooga to Atlanta, and the grand 
march through Georgia; yet in the service, 
April, 1865. Residence previous to enlist- 
ment with Samuel Foster, Washington. 

Baker, William enlisted Jan., 1864, in 8th 
Ind Mounted Inf; was taken prisoner and 
escaped at Wilmington, N. C. Now, April, 
1865, home on furlough; went from Hagers- 
town. 

Bankhead, William D. enlisted in Co C, 
8th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three 
years, and was soon afterward poisoned by 
drinking poisoned water and died Oct., 26th, 
1862. Former res with Burgess J. Legg, 
Center tp. 

Baldwin, Calvin enlisted in Co H, 14<")th 
Reg Indiana Vol Inf, Sept., 1864, for one 
year, and is still in the service, April, 1865; 
went from Dalton tp — family since removed 
to Illinois. 

Baldwin. Eliasj enlisted in Co H, 140th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept. 15th, 1864; now 
(April, 1865,) in hospital at Philadelphia. 
Family living at Dalton. 



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Balf, James enlisted in Co C, 2d Keg Ind 
Vol Cav, Aug., 1861, for three years ; was in 
the battles of Pittsburg Landing, Perryville, 
and Chicamauga ; discharged at expiration 
of term ; now resides with James Balf, Rich- 
mond. 

Ballard, Charles D., enlistedin Co H, 116th 
N. Y. Vol Inf, for three years ; was in the 
battle of Plain Store, siege of Port Hudson, 
the battles of Cox's Plantation, Sabine Cross- 
Roads, Pleasant Hill, Occoquan, Winchester, 
Va., Fisher's Hill, and Cedar Creek ; is still 
in the service, May, 1865. Son of Achilles 
Ballard, Dublin. 

Ballard, M. B. enlisted in the 140th Beg 
Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 1864, for one year; was 
commissioned Asst Surgeon, and is yet in the 
service, May, 1865; res before enlisting, with| 
Jonathan W. Plummer, Richmond. 

Ballard, T. Corwin enlisted in Co A, 133d, 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, May, 1864, for one hun-| 
dred days, and was discharged at expiration of 
term ; now resides in Cincinnati ; res before 
enlistment, Richmond. 

Rallard, Thomas enlisted in 133d Reg Ind 
Vol, Inf, May, 1864, for one hundred days, 
and was discharged at expiration of term ; 
res with Barclay Ballard, Richmond. 

BALL, ELKANAH was drafted into the 
L T . S. service Sept., 1864, for one year, and 
assigned to Co A, 26th Reg Ind Vol Inf; 
served till the close of the war, and was dis- 
charged ; res Washington tp. 

Ballenger, Amos enlisted in Co C, 9th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, Nov. 1863, for three years, 
and is yet in the service, March, 1865. Son 
of Jonathan Ballenger, Wayne tp. 

BALLENGER, JOHN enlisted in Co B, 
E 7th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three 
years; was in the battles of Pittsburg Land- 
ing, Stone River, Chicamauga, Mission Ridge. 
Rosacea, Franklin, and Nashville; yet in the 
service, May, 1865. Family res with Isaac 
Bennett, Cambridge City. 

Ballenger, Israel A. enlisted in Co E, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol, August, 1862, for three years. 
Was taken prisoner at Richmond, Ky. ; ex- 
changed, and took part in siege of Vicksburg; 
discharged on account of physical disability. 
Son of Joshua Ballenger. 

Ballenger, Jacob enlisted in Co C, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battle of Pittsburg Landing; was 
soon after promoted to 2d Lieut., and took 
part in the battle of Mission Ridge; re-en- 
listed Jan., 1864; was in the battle of Resacca 
and Dallas, at the latter of which he was 
wounded; was then promoted to Captain, but 
soon had to resign on account of physical dis- 
ability. Went from Green tp. 

Ballenger, Martin enlisted in Co D, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Stone River and Chica- 
mauga; re-enlisted Jan., 1864, after which 
he took part in the battles before Atlanta, 



also the battles of Franklin and Nashville; 
yet in the service April, 1865. Son of Chas. 
B. Ballenger, Green tp. 

Ballenger, Nathan enlisted in 124th Ind 
Vol Inf, Nov., 1863, for three years. Still in 
service, April, 1865. Son of Jonathan Ball- 
enger, Wayne tp. 

Ballenger, Orlando enlisted in Co F, 7th 
Reg Ind Vol Cav, July, 1863, for three years. 
Was in the raid through Mississippi ; yet in 
the service, April, 1865. Son of Israel Ball- 
enger, Green tp. 

Baltimore, Perry J. enlisted in Co C, 2d 
Reg Ind Vol Cav, Aug., 1861, for three years. 
Was discharged at the end of eighteen 
months, on account of being a minor; re-en- 
listed in 124th Reg Ind Vol Inf for three 
years, April, 1863; history since last enlist- 
ment not known. Residence, previous to en- 
listment, with Moses Hatfield, Washington. 

Barker, Matthew M. enlisted in Co. B, 57th 
Ind Vol Inf, October, 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Pittsburg Landing, 
Corinth, Munfordsville, Perryville, Stone 
River, and Holes' Gap ; was accidentally 
wounded in the leg while in camp at Pelham, 
Eel River, Tennessee ; was confined in hos- 
pital some twelve months in consequence of 
same ; then served as nurse until expiration 
of term of enlistment, when he was dis- 
charged. Now resides in Richmond. 

Barnett, Charles W. enlisted in Co. H, 
147th Reg Ind Vol Inf, March, 1865, for one 
year. Is still in the service, May, 1865. Son 
of Otho Barnett, Cambridge City. 

Barnett, Enos enlisted in Co. E, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861. Was in the 
battle of Pittsburg Landing, after which he 
was transferred to the commissary depart- 
ment ; discharged at the expiration of term ; 
went from Perry tp. 

Barnett, Henry F. enlisted in Co. I, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1861, for three 
years, and died while in the service, April 4, 
1862. Son of Otho Barnett, Cambridge City. 

Barr, William N. enlisted in Co. B, 16th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for one year, 
and was discharged at expiration of his term. 
Res Richmond. 

Bartel, Christopher enlisted in Co. A, 78th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for sixty 
days, and was discharged at expiration of his 
term. Res Richmond. 

BARTELS, FRANK enlisted in Co. I, 
124th Reg Ind Vol Inf, February, 1864, for 
three years. Was in the battles of New 
Hope Church, Franklin, and Nashville; is 
still in the service, May 1865. Family res s 
s Railroad w s Walnut, Cambridge City. 

Barton, Barnabas volunteered in Co. C, 
57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, November, 1861, for 
three years. He remained with the regiment 
about three months, when he was honorably 
discharged on account of physical disability. 



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He was third sergeant in his company. Res 
Hillsboro, far. 

Bates, James W. enlisted in Co. F, 36th 
Reg Ind. Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. In the battles of Pittsburg Landing, 
Stone River, and Chicamauga ; he was killed 
in the last named battle. Son of Airs. Alary 
Bates, Richmond. 

Bates, Solomon enlisted in Co B, 57th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 12th, 1861, for three years; 
was in Buell's campaign from Louisville to 
Nashville, and was discharged at Nashville, 
Tenn. on account of physical disability, 
April, 1862; re-enlisted in Co A, 69th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, and was captured at the battle 
of Richmond, Ky., and after being exchanged 
was in the battles of Chickasaw Bayou, Ar- 
kansas Post, and in all the battles connected 
with the capture of Vicksburg and Jackson, 
Miss.; was with the Red River expedition 
under Gen. Banks, and was in the hospital at 
New Orleans five months, and received fur- 
lough to come home, but was too ill to be 
brought further than Cairo, where he died 
Jan. 24th, 1864, and was buried in Mound 
City, Ills. Family resides s w cor Washing- 
ton and Sycamore, Richmond. 

Bateman, Frank D. enlisted in Co A, 154th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, March, 1865, for one year, 
is yet in the service, June 1865. Son of K. 
Bateman of the Huntington House, Rich- 
mond. 



BATEMAN, K. was commissioned as Q. M. 
of the 86th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 1862, was 
in the battles of Perryville, Stone River, 
Chicamauga and Mission Ridge; served until 
Aug., 1864, and was afterward appointed agt 
for the distribution of sanitary stores, and ac- 
ted in that capacity until the Spring of 1864; 
now of the firm of Bateman & Shilling, Hun- 
tington House, Richmond. 

Bateman, William enlisted in Co D, 8th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years, 
and died in Dec, 1861. Went from Dublin. 

Batz, Geo., enlisted in 1st Ind Battery, 
July, 1861, for three years, and has been in 
all the battles in which the battery was en- 
gaged, and at the battle of Pea Ridge he had 
all his comrades killed around him, but loaded 
and fired until his battery was captured; had 
the pleasure of assisting to recapture it; re- 
enlisted as a veteran, and is j'et in the service, 
June, 1865. Went from Richmond. 

Baumer, James L. enlisted in Co F, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept. 16th, 1861, for three 
years; was in the battles of Pittsburg Land- 
ing, Stone River, Perryville, Chicamauga, 
Lookout Mountain, Mission Bidge, Resacca, 
and in the entire campaign to Atlanta and 
Jonesboro, and was promoted to Q. M's. Sergt., 
but would leave the train to engage in battle 
though contrary to orders; discharged Sept., 
1864 by expiration of time. Resides with 
Bennett Baumer, Richmond. 



256 



WAYNE- COUNTY 



Baumer, William A. enlisted in Co A, 133dj 
Ind Vol Inf, April 29, 1864, for one hundred 
days, and was discharged at the expiration of 
term of service, Sept. 5, 1864. Son of Ben- 
nett Baumer, Richmond. 

Baxter, Lewis C. enlisted in Co C, 8th Ind 
"Vol Inf, Aug 20, 1861, for three years; was 
in hattles of Pea Ridge, Chickasaw Bayou, 
Arkansas Post, Champion Hill, Raymond, 
Black River Bridge, Vicksburg, and Jackson, 
and in the expedition to Texas ; re-enlisted 
in the same Co and Reg, Jan. 1, 1864, came 
home on furlough, returned to his regiment 
at New Orleans, was transferred to Baltimore, 
and was in battles of Winchester, Cedar 
Creek, and Fisher's Hill; is now (April, 
1865,) at Savannah, Ga. Son of Lewis M. 
Baxter, Richmond. 

Baxter, Thomas enlisted in Co C, 8th Ind 
Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months, was in 
battle of Rich Mountain and was discharged 
at expiration of term of service; re-enlisted 
in Co B, 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Nov., 1861, 
for three years, and died at New Garden, Ky., 
Feb 7, 1862, and was buried in New Garden 
Cemetery, Ky. Son of Lewis M. Baxter, 
Richmond. 

Baylies, George G. enlisted in Co I, 84th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 12, 1862, for three 
years; was in battles of Spring Hill and 
Mission Ridge. After one year's service in 
field, he was detailed as • as nurse in hospi- 
tal, discharged Nov. 21, 1864, on account 
of phj'sical disability. Son of Gustavus Bay- 
lies, Richmond. 

Bear, Amos enlisted in Germantown Band, 
12th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug, 1862, was taken 
prisoner at Richmond, Ky., exchanged, and 
discharged at the end of the war. Son of 
John Bear, Germantown. 

Beard, George W. enlisted in Co K, 124th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 19th, 1863. Was in 
the battles of Franklin and Nashville, Tenn.; 
wounded at Kingston, N. C. ; yet in service, 
April, 1865 Son of John Beard, Green tp. 

Beard, Martin enlisted in Co D, 69th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf. Was taken prisoner at Rich- 
mond, Ky., paroled, and exchanged; was in 
the battle of Arkansas Post; was taken sick, 
and died Feb. 23, 1863. Son of John Beard, 
Green tp. 

Beaver, Andrew enlisted in 8th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years; re-en- 
listed, and is yet in the service, May, 1865. 
Grandson of John Kizer, Germantown. 

Beck, Washington was drafted, and as- 
signed to Co K, 178th Reg Penn. Militia, 
Nov., 1862, for nine months. Discharged at 
expiration of time. Res Germantown, 

Beck, William enlisted July, 1862, 75th 
Reg I. K. I., for three years. Was accident- 
ally injured July, 1863, and was transferred 
to the Veteran Reserve Corps; is yet in the 
service, May, 1865. Son of George Beck, 
Hagerstown. 



BECKWELL, W. E. enlisted in Co D, 
36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 16th, 1861, for 
three years. Was with regiment six months; 
lay in hospital five months with measles, and 
was discharged on account of physical disa- 
bility. Res^with W. P. Ratliff, Wayne tp. 

Becket, Absalom enlisted in 5th Reg Ind 
Vol Cav, Aug., 1862, for three years. Was 
in the campaign in East Tenn., in 1863, and 
was taken prisoner near Knoxville; remain- 
ed in the hands of the Rebels about thirteen 
months, after which he was ^exchanged, and 
was discharged at the close of the war. Res 
Germantown. 

Beeler, George W. enlisted in Co C, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battle of Pittsburg Landing, 
Chicamauga, Mission Ridge, Resacca, and 
Peach Tree Creek; was taken prisoner at 
Franklin, and confined in Rebel prisons about 
four months; exchanged March, 1865; was 
on board the ill-fated steamer Sultana, on his 
way homeward, and received such injuries 
from the explosion that he died a few days 
after, at Memphis, Tenn.; was brought home, 
and buried at Elkhorn burying-ground. Son 
of Christopher C. Beeler, Boston tp. 

Beeler, Samuel enlisted in Co C, 5th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, Aug, 1862, for three years, was 
in the battles of Knoxville, Blountsville, 
Bean Station, Zollicoffer, Rheatown, Dan- 
dridge, and in Sherman's campaign against 
Atlanta, and was discharged June 25th, 1865, 
by reason of the close of the war ; res Cen- 
terville. 

Beeson, Isaae N v enlisted in Co C, 9th 
Reg Ind Vol Cav, Nov., 1863, was in the 
battles of Franklin and Nashville; now 
(April, 1865,) with his regiment at Vicks- 
burg. Son of Thomas E. Beeson, Dalton tp. 

Beeson, Jonathan enlisted in Co D, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. S, 1862 ; was taken 
prisoner at Richmond, Ky., paroled and ex- 
changed ; was in the battles of Arkansas 
Post, Champion Hills, and Black River 
Bridge; now (April, 1865,) at Mobile. Son 
of Thomas E. Beeson. 

Beeson, John W. enlisted in Co B, 5th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, Aug 8, 1862, was with Gen. 
Stoneman in the raid to the rear of Atlanta, 
in the battles of Franklin and Nashville; 
now with his regiment, near Pulaski, Tenn., 
April, 1865. Son of Thomas E. Beeson, 
Dalton tp. 

Beetley, George enlisted in Co G, 19th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three years, 
promoted to Corporal — afterward to Sergeant 
— for meritorious conduct, was in the second 
battle of Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericks- 
burg, Gettysburg, and in all others in which 
the "Iron Brigade" was engaged in the first 
three years of its service ; re-enlisted in same 
Co and Reg, and was dischared a few months 
later, on account of the consolidation of the 
Reg with the 20th; re-enlisted in Co I, 147th 



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Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one year; still in thejdivision was engaged, from Chicamauga to 
service, April, 1865; res before enlisting, with, the capture of Atlanta, where he was taken 
Enoch Craig, Middlehoro. sick and sent to hospital, where he remained 

Boiler, John A. enlisted in Co C, 84th Reg until June, 1865, when he was discharged by 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug, 1863, for three years ; was general order discharging all in the hospitals. 
in the battles of Chicamauga, Rocky-Face, He is now engaged as a silversmith in Em- 



Lookout Mountain, Peach Tree Creek, Jones- 
boro, siege of Atlanta. Franklin, and Nash- 
ville, and was discharged May 21, 1865, by 
reason of expiration of term of service; res 
Centerville. 

Beitzell, Benjamin F. enlisted in Co. K, 
10th R 
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poria, Kansas. 
Dublin. 

Bell, Isaac enlisted in Co K, 99th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Oct. 6th, 1863, and discharged at ex- 
piration of term. Re-enlisted in Co H, 143d 
Keg Ind Vol Inf, Sept. 10th, 1864, and was 
Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three|in the battle of Franklin, Tenn., and died at 
Soon after was commissioned second Smilhville, N. O, Feb. 18th, 1865. Family 



lieutenant, and took an active part in the 
battle of Rich Mountain ; discharged at the 
expiration of term, and re-enlisted in Co. C, 
57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, was commissioned 
second lieutenant October, 1861; was through 
the campaigns of Generals Buell and Rose- 
crans ; also under General Sherman in his 
campaign as far as Kenesaw Mountain, 
where he was mortally wounded while per- 
forming his duty on the skirmish line ; was 
brought home and buried in the cemetery 
near Centerville. Son of Henry Beitzell, 
Centerville. 

Beitzell, Marcellus enlisted in Co. F, 78th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for sixty 
days; discharged at expiration of term. Son 
of Henry Beitzell, Centerville. 

Bell, Albert enlisted November, 1863, in 
Co. C, 9th Ind Cav, for three years. Was 
wounded at Franklin, Tenn., in the breast 
and arm ; was in the hospital a short time; 
returned to his regiment, and is with it still, 
April, 1865. Son of Samuel Bell, Jefferson 
tp. 

Bell, Archibald enlisted in April, 1861, 
under the first call for 75,000 men ; re-en 



resides at Franklin. 

Bell, Jno. H. enlisted in Co C, 2d Reg Ind 
Cav, Jan., 1864, for three years, and served 
with the Reg in all its battles and skirmishes 
until July, 1865, when the rebellion having 
collapsed, the regiment was discharged. Went 
from Richmond. 

Bell, Win. J. enlisted Aug., 1862, in Capt. 
Strickland's Co of sixty days' men, and served 
his time and was regularly mustered out. 
Resides in Hagerstown. 

BENBOW, JOSEPH H. enlisted in Co E, 
36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three 
years, and was promoted to Sergt. Sept., 1862. 
He was in all the battles in which the regi- 
ment was engaged, and was slightly woundod 
at Chicamauga; served out his term and wa3 
discharged. Resides in Jefferson tp. 

BENBOW, THOS. enlisted Sept., 1861, in 
Co E, 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years, 
and was soon after appointed Sergt.; was in 
the battles of Stone River, &c, with Sher- 
man until Sept., 1864, when his time having 
expired he was discharged. Besides in Jef- 
ferson tp. 

Benbow, Wm. enlisted Dec, 1861, in Co I, 



listed in Co. B, 5th Ohio Cav; further history 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years, and 
not given. Went from Wayne tp. (served with the regiment until Jan., 1864; 

Bell, Edward P. enlisted in Co. I, 63d Ind re-enlisted in the same Co and Reg, and still 
Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years. Was, in the service, May, 1865. Son of Powell 
in the battles of Resacca, New Hope Church Benbow, Jefferson tp. 
and all others in which General Schofield's| Benson, George T. enlisted in Co C, 57th 



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Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct, 1861, for three years, 
and was discharged April 21st, 1862, by rea- 
son of disability, and re-enlisted Dec. 1st, 
1864, for three years in 19th Ind Battery; in 
battles of Resacca, Kennesaw Mountain and 
Goldsborough, and was discharged at the col- 
lapse of the rebellion. Eesides with Harvey 
Davis, Newport. 

Bennett, Caleb enlisted in 54th Rig Ind 
Vol Inf, June, 1862, for three months, and 
was discharged at expiration of term. Son 
of Isaac Bennett, Cambridge City. 

Bennett, Daniel W. enlisted in Co A, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, June, 1862, for three years, 
and was in the battles of Richmond, Ky., 
Chickasaw Bluff, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, 
Champion Hill, Black River Bridge, Vicks- 
burg, Jackson and Fort Blakely, and served 
until July, 1865, when the regiment was mus- 
tered out. Residence, Richmond. 

Bennett, Isaac D. enlisted in Co I, 54th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1865, for three 
months. Discharged, and re-enlisted in 9th 
Reg Ind Vol Cav, Dec, 1864, for three years; 
was in the battles of Franklin and Nashville; 
yet in the service, May, 1865. Son of Isaac 
Bennett, Jackson tp. 

Bennett, James W. enlisted in Co I, 6th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 
months. Was in the battle of Philippi, Va,; 
was discharged, and re-enlisted in 3d Ind 
Battery, Aug., 1861, for three years ; was in 
the battle of Springfield, Mo.; discharged on 
account of physical disability : re-enlisted in 
9th Reg Ind Vol Cav, Dec, 1864, for three 
years; was in the battles of Franklin and 
Nashville ; served until close of war, and was 
then discharged. Son of Isaac Bennett, Jack- 
Bon tp. 

Bennett, John G. enlisted in Co F, 35th 
Reg Ohio Vol Inf, for three years. Was in 
the battles of Perryville, Chicamauga, and 
Mission Ridge, and was discharged at expira- 
tion of term. Resides 3 miles s e Richmond, 
Wayne tp. 

Bennett, John G. enlisted in Co I, 6th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months. 
Discharged at expiration of term; re-enlisted 
in 3d Ind Battery, October, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the Red River expedition; 
6erved until the close of the war, and was 
then discharged. Son of Isaac Bennett, Cam- 
bridge City. 

Bennett, John J. enlisted in 6th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, for three months. Was discharged, 
and re-enlisted in 3d Ind Battery ; was in 
the battles of Pleasant Hill ; served until close 
of war, and was then discharged. Res with 
Isaac Bennett, Cambridge City. 

BENNETT, JOSEPH B. enlisted in Co 
B, 19th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years, 
Feb., 1862. Was in second battle of Bull 
Run, Fredericksburg, Gaines' Mill, and Get- 
tysburg, and was wounded in the last-named; 



discharged at expiration of time, Feb., 1865. 
Now res with John Kitselman, Wayne tp. 

Bennett, Thomas enlisted in Co F, 18th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861. Served two 
years and four months, and died Oct. 4, 1863, 
at Richmond, Ind., while home on sick fur- 
lough. Brother of Geo. E. Bennett, Wayne 
township. 

Bennett, William enlisted October, 1862, in 
Co. K, 54th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one year. 
Served full time and was discharged; further 
history not given. Res in Hagerstown. 

Bennett, Wm. J. enlisted in Co. B, 19th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf. July, 1861, for three years. 
In second battle of Bull Run was wounded 
in the leg ; discharged on account of physi- 
cal disability March, 1863 ; now res in Wayne 
tp. 

Bennett, Wm. H. enlisted in Co. D, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August 26, 1861, for three 
years ; discharged at expiration of his term. 
Lives in Economy. 

Benton, Joel enlisted in Co. H, 147th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, March, 1865, for one year; yet 
in the service, May, 1865. Family resides in 
Germantown. 

Benton, Thomas H. enlisted in Co. B, 19th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861, for three years. 
Served with the regiment until wounded in 
the second Bull Run battle, August 28th, 
1863, from the effects of which he died in 
Washington City, September 14th, 1863. 
Was son of Thomas Benton, hardware mer- 
chant, Richmond. 

BENTON, WILLIAM P. served through 
the Mexican War as a private, and when the 
rebellion broke out in April, 1861, was the 
first man in Wayne county to respond to the 
call for men, and raised a company by his en- 
deavors ; first enlisting as a private himself, 
he was unanimously elected captain of the 
same; was promoted to the colonelcy of the 
8th Reg Ind Vol Inf the same month, and 
commanded his regiment in the battle of 
Rich Mountain. The time for which the reg- 
iment enlisted — three months — having ex- 
pired, it was consequently mustered out of 
the service. He was authorized to re-enlist 
and re-organize the same, which he did, 
and reported to General Fremont at St. Louis, 
September 14th, 1861. His regiment was 
placed in the van-guard of Fremont's army, 
and then commenced the memorable cam- 
paign of Missouri and Arkansas, in which 
was fought the battle of Pea Ridge, in which 
he commanded a brigade. After that battle 
he was promoted to the office of brigadier 
genera] of volunteers, by reason of gallantry 
shown in battle. He was in all the battles 
incident to the capture of Vicksburg, includ- 
ing Port Gibson, Champion Hills, Black 
River Bridge, the siege of Vicksburg, Jack- 
son, Mississippi, (where he was wounded,) 
and the taking of Mobile Since has been 
recommended by his superior officers for fur- 



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WASHINGTON, D. C, 

0. H. Strickland, Esq. 
J. P. Siddall, Esq., 

AND 

WILLIAM PARRY, 

EtCHMOKD, 



■FL. H. GILMORE, 

ATTORNEY at LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC, 

• — AND — 

Pension and Claim Agent, 

OFFICE OVER CITIZENS' BANK, 

(WITH J. P. SIDDALL, ESQ.,) 



ther promotion. Resigned his commission at 
the close of the rebellion and is practicing 
law ; office s w cor Main and Marion res e s 
Seventh bet Broadway and Mulberry, Rich- 
mond. 

BERG, DAVID N., enlisted in 3d Ind 
Battery, July, 1861, for three years, was in 
the battles of Pea Ridge and Pleasant Hill, 
and was promoted to 2d Lieut; served full 
term, and mustered out of service, Aug, 1864; 
now a medical student, res with Mrs. Elizabeth 
Myers, Jackson tp. 

Berney, William A.— cold'— enlisted March, 
1864, for three years; is now in the service, 
May, 1865 — further history not known. Son 
of John H. Berney, Dublin. 

Berry, Benjamin was conscripted, and serv- 
eighteen months in the 12th Texan (Rebel) 
Dragoons; afterward unlisted in Co L, 6th 
Reg Ind Vol Cav, June, 1863, for three years; 
was in the battles of Marietta, Ga., in Stone- 
man's raid in the rear of Atlanta, was cap- 
tured and held as a prisoner, in close confine- 
ment a part of the time in Andersonville. 
and part of the time in Savannah; was pa- 
roled Nov. 27, 1864, afterward exchanged, 
and served until the close of the war, and 
was then discharged. Son of "Wilson Berry, 
Cambridge City. 

Berry, Frank enlisted in Co I, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years, and 
was discharged at expiration of his term: 
res Cambridge City, 

Berry, Harrison enlisted in Co I, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years, took 
sick while in camp at Indianapolis, and died 
at home April 2d' 1862. Son of Wilson 
Berry, Cambridge City 



Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months; 
was in the battle of Rich Mountain, and was 
discharged at expiration of term of enlistment; 
re-enlisted in Co I, 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 
1861, and was in the battles of Stone River, 
(where he received a slight wound in the 
hand), Chicamauga, Lookout Mountain, Mis- 
sion Ridge. Resacca, Dallas, Kenesaw Moun- 
tain, Peach Tree Creek, New Hope Church, 
and Jonesboro ; was discharged Sept., 18th, 

1864, by reason of expiration of term of en- 
listment ; re-enlisted in Co A, 4th Reg, First 
Army Corps; is still in the service, May 

1865. Son of Wilson Berry, Cambridge City. 
Berry, Oliver, enlisted in Co L, 6th Reg 

Ind Vol Cav, March, 1864, for three years, 
and was in the most of the battles in which 
his regiment had been engaged, and served 
until the rebellion collapsed. Son of Wilson 
Berry, Cambridge City. 

Berry, Richard enlisted in Co I, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years, and 
was discharged at expiration of term. Re- 
enlisted in Hancock's veteran corps, and is 
vet in the service, July, 1865. Went from 
Cambridge City. 

BESSELMANN, CHARLES enlisted in 
Co A, 69th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 4th, 1862 i 
for three years. Was in the battles of Rich- 
mond, Ky., Black River Bridge, Thompson's 
Hill, Champion Hills andArkansas Post. 
Was discharged on account of sickness just 
before the fall of Vicksburg. Now a machi- 
nist in Richmond. 

Betzold, Joseph enlisted in Co I, 124th Ind 
Vol Inf, Feb., 1864, for three years, and was 
in the battles of Dalton, Resacca, Altoona 
Mountain, Kenesaw Mountain, Chattahoo- 



Berry, James enlisted in Co I, 51st Reg chia River, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta, Col 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years; was umbia, Franklin, Nashville and Kingston 



in the battles of Strawberry Plains, Franklin 
and Nashville; was wounded in the battle of 
Nashville, and discharged at the close of the 
war. Son of Wilson Berry, Cambridge City. 
Berry, Meredith enlisted in Co I, 8th Reg 



Family reside 19 Main, Richmond. 

Beverlin, Madison enlisted in Co D, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. 
Was taken sick and discharged March, 1862, 
and re-enlisted in Co E, 69th Reg Ind Vol 



260 



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Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years, and was ta-l BINKLEY, JOHN" K. enlisted in Co. C, 
ken prisoner at Richmond, Ky.; was ex-J84th Beg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for 
changed, after which, took part in the battles three years, as musician. Served until the 



of Chickasaw Bluff and Arkansas Post, after 
which took sick and died April, 1864. 
Brother of Thomas Beverlin, Green tp. 

Beverly, Wm. B. enlisted in Co C, 5 7th 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, Dec. 4th, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the battle of Pittsburg Land- 
ing, and was discharged at the expiration of 
term. Son of Thomas Beverly, New Gar- 
den tp. 

Bias, William enlisted in Co I, 147th Beg 
Ind Vol Inf, April, 1865, and is still in the 
service, May, 1865. Family resides near 
Olive Hill P. O., Center tp. 

Bickel, Colonel W. A. was appointed com- 
mander of the Fifth Congressional District 
and raised 2,400 men in forty days ; organ- 
ized the 69th and 84th regiments ; bad corn- 



collapse of the rebellion, when he was dis- 
charged. Kes s s Harrison bet Foundry and 
Milton, Dublin. 

BINKLEY, PHILIP S. enlisted in Co C, 
5th Eeg Ind Vol Cav, Aug., 1862, for three 
years. Was promoted to 2d Lieut., and re- 
signed March, 1863. Now a mercbant and 
post-master at Germantown. 

BINKLEY, SAMUEL enlisted in 5th 
Eeg Ind Vol Cav, Aug., 1862, for three years. 
Was in many battles and skirmishes, and was 
captured with Gen. Stoneman in tbe raid to 
the rear of Atlanta, and is now, May, 1865 at 
home on parole furlough. Besides with 
Charles Morris, Germantown. 

Bird, Jesse enlisted in Co A, 69th Eeg Ind 
Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years. Was 



mand of the 69th regiment some time, but on taken prisoner at Richmond, Ky., and ex 



account of physical disability was compelled 
to resign ; now an attorney residing in Eich- 
mond. 

Bicknel, Andrew J. enlisted in Co. A, 133d 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, April 27, 1864, for one 
hundred days ; discharged by expiration of 
term September 5, 1864. Ees New Garden 
tp. 

Bicknel, James M. enlisted in Co. C, 147th 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, February 4, 1865, for one 
year, :'nd was discharged on account of phys 
ical disability in June, 1865. Ees New Gar- 
den tp. 

BIER, CHARLES F. enlisted in Co. C. 
1st Ohio Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 
months\; was discharged at expiration of the 
term, and re-enlisted on dispatch boat, Missis- 
sippi flotilla, as chief engineer ; was engaged 
in the bombardment of Island No. 10, Mem- 
phis, and was honorably discharged after 
serving two years and Ave months. Resi- 
dence Richmond. 

Bigelow, Arthur enlisted in Co. H, 147th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, March, 1865, for one year; 
served until collapse of rebellion, then dis- 
charged. Son of James Bigelow, Jackson 
tp 

Bigelow, Horace G. enlisted in Co. I, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. Was taken sick and died at Nashville, 
Tenn., January, 1863. Son of James Bigelow 
Jackson tp. 

Bigelow, Isaac K. enlisted in Co. I, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. Was wounded in the battle of Stone 
River, and afterward discharged b . reason 
of physical disability. Went from Jackson 
tp but since removed to Indianapolis. 

Binkley, Benjamin R. enlisted in the 84th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Augusst, 1862, for three 
years, as musician. Was in all the engage- 
ments in which his regiment participated, 
and was discharged at the close of the war. 
Res Dublin. 



changed, and took part in the battle of Chick- 
asaw Bluff; was wounded at Thompson's 
Hill, from the effects of which he died May 
12th, 1863. AVent from Williamsburg. 

BISER, GEO. W. enlisted in 8th Reg Md 
Vol Inf, Nov., 1864, for nine months, and 
was discharged at expiration of term. Now 
resides in Jackson tp. 

Bishop, Jackson enlisted in Co E, 69th Eeg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years, and 
was captured in battle at Biehmond, Ky., pa- 
roled, exchanged and afterward was in battle 
it Arkansas Post, Black Eiver Bridge and 
Vicksburg, and died of typhoid fever while 
yet in the service, Aug. 1st, 1863. Left a 
family who reside near Fairfax, Center tp. 

Black, Francis enlisted in Co H, 124th Eeg 
Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 7th, 1863. Died of dis- 
ease in hospital at Knoxville, Tenn., July 20, 
1864. .Son of Gwinn Black, Wayne tp. 

Black, Leander enlisted in Co H, 124th Eeg 
Ind Vol Inf, Feb, 1864. Has been contined 
to hospital with measles since enlistment to 
the present time, May, 1865. Son of Gwinn 
Blac-, Wayne tp. 

Black, S. A. enlisted in Co C, 57th Eeg 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 17th, 1861. Was in the 
battles of Pittsburg Landing, Stone Eiver 
and Mission Eidge, at which battle he was 
wounded in the arm. He was also in battle 
of Franklin, Tenn., and was discharged at 
Huntsville, Ala., Feb. 4th, 1865. 
Son of and resides with Eev. F. G. Black, 
Center tp. 

Black, William H. enlisted in Co F, 36th 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years; 
was in the battles of Pittburg Landing, siege 
of Corinth, and Chicamauga was wounded 
in the latter battle, which disabled him for a 
year, then served out the remainder of his 
term, and was discharged ; res with Peter 
Black, Center tp. 

Blair, John B. enlisted in Co E, 69th Eeg 
Ind Vol Inf, Ausr 4, 1862, was wounded and 



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taken prisoner at Richmond, Ky., was ex-charged ; re-enlisted in Co I, 57th Re<>- Ind 
changed, and discharged on aicoant of wound. Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years, was in 
Son of George M. Blair. the battles of Pittsburg Landing, Perryville, 

Bloom, Jacob enlisted in Co F, 124th Reg Stone River, and Mission Ridge; "veteran- 
Ind Vol Inf, March, 1864, for three years, ized " Jan., 1864, was in Sherman's eam- 
and was discharged May. 1865; res Center-lpaign from Tunnel Hill to Atlanta, and after 

[the evacuation of Atlanta, with Thomas in 

Bloom. hu enlisted in 9th Reg Ind Vol the battles of Franklin and Nashville, and 
I and ill in the service, June, 1865; other smaller engagements still in the service, 

res previoi • enlistment, with Mrs. EllenlJuly. 1865; went from Hagerstown. 
[utson, R iond. Bohrer, Zenas C. enlisted April, 1861, in 



I] iomfi lenjamin enlisted in Co F, 78th 

Reg Ind V Inf, Aug, 1862, for sixty days; 
Was discha ;ed at expiration of term; res 
Centerville 

Blose, William S. enlisted in Co C, 57th 



Co. II, 11th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three 
months. Was in the battle of Romney ; 
served his time, and re-enlisted September, 
1861, in Co E, 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for 
three years ; appointed sergeant major ; was 



Peter Blose, Franklin tp. 

Bodkin, William enlisted in 52d Rear Ind 



Ri ; Ind Vol Inf, Nov.. 1861, for three years, promoted to first lieutenant May, 1862; was 
v is in the ties of Pittsburg Landing, Cor-|with the regiment in all its battles; served 
inth, Stone Hiver, Chicamauga, and Kenesaw out ms time, and now resides in Cincinnati, 
Mountain ; w i i wounded at the hitter battle, Ohio. Went from Hagerstown. 
and sent to hospital, after recovery perform-] Bolander, James S. enlisted in Co. F, 69th 
ed detached duty until expiration of term ofllnd Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years, 
service, when he was discharged. Son of Was promoted to first sergeant July, 1863; 

was in the battles of Richmond, Ky., Chica- 
saw Bluit; Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, Vicks- 
Vol Inf, and mustered as Captain ; discharg-jlurg, Jackson, and Fort Blakely, Ala., in the 
ed at expiration of term, and re-enlisted in last of which he was wounded, and was dis- 
( o A, 4th Reg, First Army Corps; still in charged June, 1865, on account of physical 
the service, res prior to enlistment, Cam- disability. Now res in Richmond 
bridge City. Bolander, William enlisted July, 1862, in 

Bogue, Parker, enlisted in Co C, 8th Regithe 19th Ind Bat, for three years. Served 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years; until dune, 1865, when the battery was mus- 
•\ . ■ in the series of battles near Vicksburg, tered out. His mother res in Columbus, O. 
wounded at Magnolia Hill, laid six months in Worked previous to enlistment with J. S. 
hospitdl, on recovery went with Beg to Texas, Roberts, Hagerstown. 

discharged, December 31, 1863, at Indianola, BOLANDER, WILLIAM, Sr. enlisted in 
Texas; re-enlisted for three years, and ha^the 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, November, 1861, 
since been in several battles on the Potomac j|f or three years. Was detailed as hospital 
still in the service, Aug., 1865. Step-son of nurse; ser ved as such till expiration of term, 
Michael Keever, New Garden tp. [January, 1865, lies Richmond. 

Bohrer, Rufus J. enlisted in Co H, 11th Bolander, William, Jr. enlisted in Co. F, 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 36th Beg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1861, for 
months, was in the battle of Romney, Va., three years. Was promoted to orderly ser- 
served until expiration of term, and was dis-geant June, 1864; served out full term of 



262 



WAYNE 



COUNTY 



enlistment. Was in the battles of Pittsburg 
Landing, Corinth, Stone River, Perryville, 
Wild Cat Mountain, Chicamanga, Lookout 
Mountain, Mission Ridge, Ringgold, Dalton, 
Rocky Face Ridge, Resacca, Dallas, Lost 
Mountain, Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta, and 
Jonesboro. Present res Richmond. 

Bond, Allen enlisted in Co. B, 89th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years. 
Was taken prisoner at Munfordsville, Ky., 
exchanged and was promoted to second lieu- 
tenant ; yet in the service, May, 1865. Res 
with John Bond, Jackson tp. 

BOND MAHLON H. enlisted in Co I, 
84th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug.; 1862, for thre**. 
years. After one year's service was trans- 
ferred to the Veteran Reserve Corps, in which 
he remains, April, 1865. Residence before 
enlistment, 4£ miles n e Richmond, Wayne 
township. 

BOND, WILLIARD P. enlisted in Co E, 
42d Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept. 24th, 1864, for 
one year, and was discharged on account of 
physical disability, Nov. 25th, 1864. Resi- 
dence Chester. 

BONEBRAKE, GEORGE H. was com 
missioned Captain of Co C, 69th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years, and was 
in the battles of Richmon, Ky., Chickasaw 
Bluffs, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, Thomp- 
son's Hills, Champion Hills, Black River 
Bridge, Vicksburg and Jackson, Miss., the 
Texas expedition and the Red River expedi 
tion. A vacancy having occurred for the of- 
fice of Major, and he being highly recom- 
mended for the same by reason of gallant 
conduct shown in battle, he was promoted to 
fill the vacancy, previous to the inauguration 
of the Red River expedition. He was mus- 
tered out with the regiment at the close of 
the war. Went from Richmond. 

Bonnel, Henry enlisted in Co E, 69th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years. Af- 
ter serving a few months died of fever in 
hospital at Memphis, Tenn. Resided when 
enlisted with Stephen Powell, Wayne tp. 

Boocker, Edward enlisted in Co C, 147th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Feb. 1st, 1865, for one year. 
Still in the service, April, 1865. Son of Fer- 
dinand Boocker, Wayne tp. 

Boocker, Ferdihand enlisted in Co H, 28th 
Reg Ky Vol Inf, Dec, 1862, for three years. 
After eighteen months' service, died of disease 
at Nashville, Family reside in Chester. 

Boon, Francis M. enlisted in Co I, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battle of Lavergne, and dis- 
charged by reason of physical disability, Oct., 
1863, and re-enlisted in the U. S. Regular 
Army, May, 1865, and was discharged at the 
close of the war, and now resides in Cam- 
bridge City. 

Borgdorf, August enlisted in Co D, 8th Ind 
Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months, and 
was in the battle of Rich Mountain, Va. 



Served out his time and was discharged, and 
re-enlisted in the IT. S. Navy, June, 1863, and 
served eleven months on board of gunboats, 
and was then discharged for physical disa- 
bility, re-enlisted as substitute, Sept., 1864, 
for one year, and is yet in the service, Aug., 
1865. Went from Richmond. 

Borias, George was drafted March, 1865; 
company and regiment to which he was as- 
signed not known. Res previous to entering 
the service, Pennville. 

BORROUGH, JOHN C. enlisted in Co. B, 
5th Reg Ind Vol Cav, August, 1862, for three 
years. Was with his regiment about seven 
months, when, on account of an accident, was 
discharged as unfit for further military duty. 
Now res in Harrison tp. 

Borton, Eber enlisted in the 8th Ohio Bat, 
October, 1864, for one year, and is still in the 
service. Family, res with Walter Roberts, 
Center tp. 

Borton, Lafayette enlisted in Co. A, 133d 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, May, 1864, for one hun- 
dred days ; discharged at the expiration of 
his term. Res with William Chatfield, Rich- 
mond. 

Boughner, William R. enlisted in the 63d 
Reg Ohio Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three 
years. Was promoted to first lieutenant 
January, 1864 ; was in a number of battles 
and skirmishes ; was wounded at Salka- 
hatchie Bridge, and died in a short time. Son 
of Richard Boughner, Germantown. 

Boulevare, Hiram J. enlisted in Co. F, 78th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for sixty 
days, and died in hospital October 1st, 1862. 
Res previous to enlistment Centerville. 

Bowman, Benjamin F. enlisted in Co. I, 
57th Ind Vol Inf, October, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the battle of Pittsburg Land- 
was discharged in February, 1863, on 
account of physical disability. Re-enlisted 
in March, 1864, in same company and regi- 
ment, and was wounded May 27th; still in 
the service, April, 1865. Son of David Bow- 
man, Jefl'erson tp. 

BOWEN, JOSEPH A. enlisted October, 
1861, in Co. E, 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for 
three years. Was with the regiment until 
December, 1861 ; taken sick with typhoid 
fever ; was detailed as captain of the May 
Duke for one month ; appointed hospital 
nurse at Nashville, Tennessee; was dis- 
charged March, 1863. Now (April, 1865,) 
farmer in Jefferson tp. 

Bower, John enlisted in the 3d Ind Bat 
July, 1861, for three years. Was in the bat- 
tles of Pea Ridge, Pleasant Hill, and many 
other smaller engagements. Died April, 
1864. Son of Mrs. Sarah Bower, Jackson 
township. 

Bowlus, Andrew enlisted in Co. I, 36th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. Discharged on account of physical 



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disability September, 1862. Now res in East 
Cambridge. 

Bowman, David enlisted in 8th Reg Ind 
"Vol Inf, Aug, 1861, as Drum-major, dis- 
charged, and re-enlisted in Co D. same Reg, 
as a substitute, June, 1863, for three years; 
yet in service, May, 1865; res with David 
Bowman, sr. 

Bowman, David, jun., enlisted in Co I, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Feb, 1865; still in service, 
April, 1865; son of David Bowman, Jeffer- 
son tp. 



ture in Stoneman's raid in the rear of Atlan- 
ta, and was also in the battles of Franklin 
and Nashville. Was promoted to First 
Lieut., Feb, 1865; yet in the service, April, 
1865. Residence previous to enlistment, with 
William Boyd, Washington. 

Boyd, Alonzo enlisted Aug., 1862, in 19tli 
Ind Battery for three years, and was with 
the battery six months. Was then dis- 
charged on account of physical disability, re- 
enlisted May, 1865, in 6th Ind Cav, for "three 
years; yet in the servic, May, 1865. Son of 



Bowman, George enlisted, March, 1864, in Samuel Boyd, Jefferson tp. 
Co I, 57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years ; BOYD, JOHN F. left a large and prosper- 
was killed at the battle of Kenesaw Moun- ous mercantile business in the hands of his 
tain; res previous to enlisting, with David partner, John Webbert, and enlisted in Co 
Bowman, Jefferson tp. C, 84th Reg Ind Vol Inf, in Aug., 1862, for 

Bowman, George. H. enlisted, in Co I, 36ththree years. This regiment rendezvoused at 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Nov., 1863, for three yrars. 'Richmond, and started to Covington, Ky., on 
After serving two months, he was promoted the 8th of Sept., from Covington it moved to 
to 1st Lieut, was in the battles of Chicamau- Point Pleasant and Guyandotte, Va., thence 
ga, Mission Ridge, and was killed in the as-'to Catlettsburg and Cassville, Ky., thence to 
sault on Kenesaw Mountain, June, 1864;INashville, Tenn. by the way of Cincinnati 
family resides s s Main, bet Foot and Center, and Louisville, and by a series of marches 
Cambridge City. and countermarches we find it at the bloody 

BOWMAN, J. V. enlisted in Co I, 54th field of Chicamauga on the 19th and 20th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, June, 1862, for three of September, 1863; in this engagement the 
months, served out his term, and was dis- regiment lost 125 men, killed, wounded and 
charged; re-enlisted in Co B, same Reg, and missing. Mr. Boyd was promoted to First 
was commissioned as Capt; was in the battles Lieut, for brave and gallant services during 
of Haines' Bluff, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, >tnis engagement. He was afterward with 
Siege of Vicksburg, and Jackson's Mill, after- his regiment in the battle of Buzzard Boost, 
ward had charge of convalescents at Camp Car-|Feb. 25th, 1864, and at Tunnel Hill, Rocky 
rolton, New Orleans, served out his term ofjFace, Dalton, Rosacea, Kingston, Pumpkin 
enlistment, and was discharged. ; now res in Vine Creek, Pine Mountain, Kenesaw Moun- 
Cambridge City. tain, Culps' Farm, Peach Tree Creek, and 

Bowman, P. H. enlisted in Co C, 2d Ind the seige and capture of Atlanta. Next at 
Vol Cav, Aug., 1861, for three years, was injShoals Creek, Jonesboro and Lovejoy Station, 
the battles of Pittsburg Landing and Galla- and in the battles of Franklin and Nashville, 
tin, Tenn., and served until Oct., 1862, whenJTenn., and was mustered out with his regi- 
he was discharged on account of physical ment at Indianapolis in June, 1865. Now 
disability; re-enlisted in Co C, 9th Ind Vol resides in Jacksonburg. 

Cav, Nov., 1863, for three years, served with; Boyd, Joseph L., enlisted in CoD, 57th Reg 
the Regt until after the battle of Franklin, jlnd Vol Inf, Nov., 1861. for three years, and 
Tenn., where he was captured Dec. 1st, 1864, ire-enlisted Jan., 1864. Was in the campaign 
was marched by the rebels from Columbia, 'and battles before Atlanta, and yet with his 
Tenn., to Meridian, Mississippi, barefoot, was regiment, April, 18G5. Son of S. K. Boyd, 
kept at Meridian, Miss., Selma, Ala., and Green tp. 

Andersonville, Ga., until April, 1865, when| Boyd, Joseph L. enlisted as a private in 
he was paroled, afterward exchanged, ancVCo C, 57th Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, and was 
served till June, 1865, when he was discharg- in the winter campaign under Gen. Buell, in 
ed; res previous to enlistment, Richmond. K entucky, and in the battle of Pittsburgh 

Bowman, Robert D. enlisted in Co ■ -, Landing, April 6th and 7th, 1862. In con- 

124th Keg Ind Vol Inf, Dec. 1st, 1863. Been'sequence of exposure to the inclemency of 
in hospital most of the time since. Family the weather after the battle he was taken 
resides e s Liberty pike H miles s Richmond, 'sick with typhoid pneumonia from which he 
Wayne tp. died at New Albany, Ind., May 25th, 1862, 

Bowman, Sanford enlisted in Co F, 134th leaving a wife and four children who now re- 
Reg Ind Vol Inf. for one hundred days, May, side 2 miles e Jacksonburg, Harrison tp. 



1864, and served full term. Son of David 
Bowman, Jefferson tp. 

Boyd, Alonzo enlisted in Co L, 6th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, June, 1863, for three years. 
Was in Sherman's campaign from Chatta- 
nooga to Atlanta, and narrowly escaped cap- 



BO i I). SAMUEL S. was mustered into 
the 84th Reg Ind Vol Inf, as surgeon, Sep- 
tember, 1862. AVas with the regiment 
through ail its marches and battles in West- 
ern Virginia, Eastern Eentucky, and until 
the battle ol Rocky Face, Georgia, May 10th, 



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1864. On the 12th May, 1864, Surgeon Boyd 
was detailed by General Thomas to duty in 
Hospital No. 1, at Chattanooga, where he re- 
mained until March 23d, 1865, when he re- 
signed on account of declining health caused 
by long and arduous duties with the sick and 
wounded. At pi'esent of the firm of Boyd & 
Lawrence, practicing physicians, in Dublin 

Boyd, William A. enlisted in Co. C, 84th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, for three years. September, 
1862. Was commissioned as captain at the 
organization of his company, and was with 
the regiment in Western Virginia and East- 
ern Kentucky, participating in all its battles. 
until May 9th, 1864, when he was in com- 
mand of six companies of skirmishers at 
Rocky Face, Georgia, and was wounded by a 
shot through both thighs ; the left one was 
amputated, but his life could not be saved 
He died in hospital at Chattanooga July 11. 
1864, leaving a wife and two children resid- 
ing at present in Centerville. A short time 
previous to his death. Mr. Boyd was pro- 
moted to major of his regiment, and was 
holding that office at the time. 

Boyer, Amandas enlisted in Co. D, 8th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. Was with his regiment seven months 
"when, on account of an accident, he was sent 
to the hospital and discharged as unfit for 
further military duty. Now a cooper in 
Jaeksonburg. 

Boyer, Daniel enlisted in Co. A, 16th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, June, 1862, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Richmond, Kentucky. 
Haines' Bluff, Arkansas Post, Champion 
Hill, the siege of Vicksburg, and was dis- 
charged at the close of the war. Res with 
Daniel Boyer, Sen., Germantown. 

BOYER, JOHN enlisted in 54th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, for three months, and was discharged 
at expiration of term; now resides in Jack- 
son tp. 

Brackansick; Henry enlisted in Co A, 7th 
O V C, June, 1862, for three years, served 
with the Reg in all its battles until taken 
prisoner near Richmond, Va., Nov., 1863; 
was kept at Libby Prison, Anderson ville, Ga., 
Florence, S. C, and Jacksonville, Fla., until 
he died of starvation and barbarous treat- 
ment at the latter place, June 3d, 1864. Son 
of Catharine Brackensick, Richmond. 

Braffett, T. W. 0. enlisted in Co B, 9th 111. 
Vol Cav, April, 1861, was promoted to Sergt 
the same month, promoted, Sept. 15th, 1861 
to 1st Lieut, then to Capt, Sept. 25, 1861 
when he resigned on account of phyisical 
disability, was engaged in no regular battle 
his duty, while in service, being skirmish 
fighting with guerrillas in Missouri and Ar- 
kansas, under Maj-Gen'ls Steele and Curtis ; 



Reg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861, for 3 years, wot 
in the battles of Fredericksburg and Gettys- 
burg, was wounded and sent to the hospital, 
took sick, and started home, but died in New 
York, Feb., 1864. Son of James Bradbury, 
\\ ashington tp. 

BRADBURY, JAMES enlisetd in Co B 
19th Reg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861. for three 
years ; re-enlisted in same Co and Reg, Jan., 
1864, for three years more, and was" in the 
battles in front of Petersburg ; yet in the 
service, April, 1865. Family res' in Wash- 
ington. 

Bradbury John W enlisted in Co C, 20th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one year. When last 
heard from, (April, 1865), he was in Wash- 
ington City. Son of James Bradbury, Wash- 
ington. 

Braden, John was drafted, Feb., 1865, and 
was assigned to 53d Reg Ind Vol Inf, to serve 
one year; served until the close of the rebel- 
lion, and was then discharged; resin Cam- 
bridge City. 

Bradfield, Bernard enlisted in Co D, 69th 
Reg Ind Inf, Aug. 1st, 2 862, was in the bat- 
tles of Arkansas Post, Thomson's Hills, and 
and Champion Hills, where he was taken 
prisoner. He is now (April, 1865,) in hos- 
pital, at Memphis, Tenn. Family res n s 
South Poplar. Economy. 

Brannon, William J. enlisted in Co I, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 2d, 1861, for three 
years. Discharged Oct., 1862 on account of 
physical disability. Residence Sevastopol. 

Branson, Jacob enlisted in Co E, 87th Reg 
Ohio Vol Inf, June 10th, 1862, and was cap- 
tured by Stonewall Jackson at Harper's Fer- 
ry, Sept. 15th, 1862. Honorably discharged 
after four months' service, and re-enlisted & in 
Co. B, 137th Reg Ohio Nat. Guards, May 3d, 
1864. Discharged at expiration of term of 
service. Son of Isaiah Branson, Wayne tp 

BRANSON, JAMES L. enlisted in Co I 
124th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Feb. 20th, 1864, for 
three years. Was in campaign to Atlanta as 
tar as Kenesaw Mountain. Discharged on 
account of physical disability, Jan. 19th* 1865. 
Resides s w cor Front and Spring sts., Kich- 
mond. 

Branson, Gardner enlisted in Co I, 147th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Feb, 1863 for one year. 
Was soon ofter taken sick and returned home;' 
recovered and rejoined his regiment at New- 
bern, N. C. Yet in the service, April, 1865. 
Family reside in Bethel. 

BRATZ, HENRY enlisted in Co E, 32d 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years. 
Was in battles of Mumfordsville, Ky., and 
Pittsburg Landing, and was wounded in the 
latter, and discharged Sept., 1862 because of 
physical disability. Now 



was also Adjt of 106th Ind Reg— minuteJBratz, Meier & Co., Richmond 

men— during Morgan's raid in Indiana and! Brawdv, George— cold- enlisted in Co H 

Ohio; res Richmond ! 54 th Reg Mass Col'd Inf, May 13th 1863'' 

Bradbury, bamuel enlisted m Co B, 19thfor three years. Was in the battle of Fort 

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Wagner; wounded in the arm and hand, also 
in the hattle of James Island. Still in the 
service, April, 1865. Family reside in New- 
port. 

Breemer, George W. enlisted in 3d Ind 
Battel}, July, 1861, for three years, and was 
in a number of battles and skirmishes, and 
was discharged at expiration of term, Aug. 
1864. Now resides near Dublin, Jackson tp 

BREMER, HENRY enlisted in the 36th 
Beg Ind Vol Inf, March, 1862, for three 
years. "Was in the battles of Perryville, 
Stone River, Mission Ridge, Resacca, Peach 
Tree Creek, and Jonesboro; discharged at 
expiration of term, March, 1865. Now a 
farmer residing with Christopher Bremer, 
Jackson tp. 

BRENISER, WM. enlisted as a substitute 
and was assigned to Co. I, 9th Ind Vet Vol 
Inf, September, 1864. for one year. Was in 
the battles of Eranklin and Nashville, Ten- 
nessee; served until June, 1865, wiien he was 
discharged by general order mustering out 
all whose term expired previous to December, 
1865. Res Richmond. 

£ Brenizer, Zeni enlisted in the 19th Ind Bat 
August, 1862, for three years. Was in the 
battles of Perryville and Chicamauga; also, 
in Sherman's campaign from Chattanooga 
until after the surrender of Johnston's army, 
May, 1865; served until the battery was 
naistered out by general order, June, 1865. 
Now res in Clay tp. 

'& Brennan, John enlisted in Co. A, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861, for three 
years. In battles of Pittsburg Landing and 
Stone River; discharged on expiration of 
term. New in Indianapolis. Res before en- 
listment with John Brennan, Richmond. 



when he was compelled to resign in conse- 
quence of hemorrage of the lungs. Now of 
the firm of Rawson, Bridgland & Co., N. Y. 
Residence Richmond. 

Brightwell, Oliver enlisted in Co B, 16th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for one year, 
and served out his time and was discharged. 
Re-enlisted in Co A, 69th Reg Ind Vol Inf, 
Aug., 1862, lor three years. Was in the bat- 
tle of Richmond, Ky., and almost every bat- 
tle in which the regiment was engaged, served 
until July, 1865, when the regiment was 
mustered out of service. Residence Rich- 
mond. 

Brittain, George W. enlisted in Co C, 8th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug 24th, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Arkansas Post, 
Pea Ridge, Thompson's Hill, Champion Hill, 
Black River Bridge, Vicksburg, Jackson, and 
was with an expedition up lied River, also 
at New Orleans and Texas. Re-enlisted at 
Indianola, Jan., 1864, for three years. Was- 
in several engagements in Sherman's cam- 
paign since, btill in the service, April, 1865. 
Son of James Brittain, New Garden tp. 

Brooks, Andrew S. enlisted in Co C, 147th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Jan., 1865, for one year; 
discharged July, 1865. 

Brooks, George M. enlisted in Co D, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years. 
Was taken prisoner at Richmond, Ivy., pa- 
roled and exchanged, took sick soon after and 
was discharged on account of physical disa- 
bility, June, 1863. Son of Jesse W. Brooks, 
Clay tp. 

Brooks, Matthew enlisted in Co D, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years. 
Was taken prisoner at t ichmond, Ky., ex- 
changed and soon after was taken sick and 



'( Brennan, Thomas enlisted in Co. F, 19thjdischaiged on account of physical disability. 
Reg Ind Vol Ini, (Iron Brigade,) July, 1861, [Son of Jesse W. Brooks, Clay tp. 
in ihiee years. Was in the battles of Lew-j BROWN, MATTHIAS H. enlisted in Co 
irsviUe and second Bull Run, in the last ofiF., 36th Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three 
which he was wounded, and discharged iniyears, was i» the battles of Pittsburg Land- 



ci n.-tquence; re-enlisted in Hancock's Vet 
eran Reserve Corps, and is yet in the service, 
July, 1865. Went from Richmond. 

Rreneman, Henry enlisted in Co. I, 54th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, lor three months; dis- 
charged at expiration of term. Now a shoe 
maker, residing in Germantown. 

Brenson, George T. enlisted in Co. C, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, November, 1861, for three 
years, and was discharged April, 1862, by- 
reason of physical disability. Re-enlisted in 
the 19th Ind Bat, December, 1863, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Resacca, Peach 
lice Creek, KeiiesaAv Mountain, Jonesboro; 
was in the campaign from Atlanta through 
Georgia and the Carolinas, and was dis- 
charged June, 1865, by reason of close of the 
war. Res Newport. 

BRIDGLAND, JOHN A. was commis- 
sioned Aug., 1861, as Col. of the 2nd Ind Cav. 
and acted in that capacity for nearly a year, 



ing, Perryville, Stone River, and Chicamau- 
ga, and was wounded the first day of the 
latter battle, and disabled for three months ; 
was then detailed as carpenter in Nashville 
hospital, No. 1, and acted in that capacity 
until the expiration of term of enlistment ; 
now res in Richmond. 

Brown, Carlisle, enlisted in 93d Reg OV I, 
Aug., 1862, for three years, was with his Reg 
until near Chattanooga, where he was wound- 
ed and taken prisoner, was exchanged after 
five months confinement, and was discharged 
on account of loss of limb. Son of William 
S. Brown, Green tp. 

Brown, Comley enlisted in Co A, 133d Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days. Dis- 
charged at expiration of term ; res with Jer- 
tmiah Brown, Wayne tp. 

Brown, Charles H. enlisted in Co K, 124th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Dec. 22, 1863, for three 
years ; was in the battles of Resacca and 



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Kenesaw Mountain ; served with the Reg till 
June 25th, 1864. when he was taken sick, and 
died in hospital at Marietta, Ga., Aug 1st, 
18^4. Former res, Richmond. 

Brown, David, enlisted in Co B, 90th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Dec, 1863, for three years ; was 
taken prisoner April, 1864, returned home, 
and was discharged, May, 1865. Res with 
Isaac Brown, Dublin. 

Brown, David W. enlisted in Co A, 133d 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days, was 
son-struck, took camp diarrhea, and died af- 
ter being mustered out of service, at Indian- 
apolis, Sept. 9, 1864. Son of Thomas Brown, 
New Garden tp. 

Brown, Henry, enlisted in United States 
service — Co and Reg not known — res pre- 
vious to enlisting, Washington tp. 

Brown, John, enlisted in Co A, 133d Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days; discharg- 
ed at expiration of time. Res with James 
Brown, Richmond. 

Brown, John M. enlisted in Co A, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 7th, 1862, for throe 
years. Was in the battles of Richmond, Ky., 
Chickasaw Bluff, Arkansas Post, Port Gibson, 
Black River, Jackson and Vicksburg. He 
narrowly escaped death at Thompson's Hill; 
his life being saved by his bible which he 
parried in a breast pocket. It received the 
full force of a musket ball which passed more 
than half way through and lodged in the 
book. Discharged at the close of the war. 
Son of Thomas Brown, New Garden tp. 

BROWN, JOSEPH enlisted in Co K, 124th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Nov., 1863, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Dalton, Resac- 
ca, Altoona Mountains, Kenesaw Mountain. 
Chattahoochie River, Peach Tree Creek, At- 
lanta, Columbia, Franklin, Nashville, and 
Kingston, N. C, is yet in the service, June, 
1865. His family reside at 71 South Marion 
st, Richmond. 

Brown, Robert enlisted in Co C, 57th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. Was 
in the battle of Pittsburg Landing Jan. 1st 

1864, and was in the battles of Rocky Face 
Ridge, Resaccaand New Hope Church, whore 
be was dangerously wounded in the hip and 
groin, and was taken to the hospital at Kings- 
ton, Ga., where he remained about six months, 
and had nearly recovered from his wounds 
when he was removed to Nashville, thenee 
to Louisville, where he took small pox and 
died, Feb. 3d, 1865. Left a family residing 
with Dr. William Dickey, of Cent'ervifle. 

Bnuvn, Rufus enlisted in the 11th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years. Was 
in the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and all 
•thers engaged in by the regiment; veteran- 
ized and served till the close of the war, July, 

1865. Residence Washington tp. 
Brown, S. Clay appointed assistant surgeon 

©f the 8th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1862; ap- 
pointed 1st Surgeon of the 18th Reg Ind Vol 



Inf, June, 1864. Still in the service, April, 
1865. Son of Samuel Brown, Hagerstown. 
BROWN, SOLOMON enlisted "in Co D, 
8th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Magnolia Hills. 
Black River Bridge, siege of Vicksburg, cap- 
ture of Fort Esperanza, the battles of Win- 
chester, Va., Fisher's Hills, and Cedar Creek, 
and was discharged at the close of the war. 
Residence n s Cumberland bet Milton and 
Dublin sts., Dublin. 

Brown, T. J. enlisted in Co. D, 8th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, August, 1861, for three years. 
Was captured while foraging, in Missouri, 
paroled and afterward exchanged. Re-en- 
listed in Co. C, 84th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sep- 
tember, 1862, for three years, and was dis- 
charged by reason of physical disability. 
Res with J. C. Brown, Jackson tp. 

Brown, William enlisted in the 8th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, for three years, but was taken 
sick soon after, and died at St. Louis. Resi- 
dence previous to enlistment, Dublin. 

BROWN, W. A. enlisted August, 1862, ia. 
the 19th Ind Bat, for three years. Was in 
the battles ot Perry ville, Ky., Milton and 
Hoover's Gap, Tenn., Chicamauga, Rockj 
Face Ridge, Resacca, Kenesaw Mountain, 
Chattahoochie River, Peach Tree Creek, the 
siege of Atlanta, and Savannah, Ga., and 
Bentonville, N. C.; also, all the skirmisha* 
that Sherman's army was engaged in, from 
Chattanooga until the surrender of John- 
ston's army ; served until June, 1865, when 
the battery was mustered out of service.. 
Now of the firm of Swain & Brown, Rich- 
mond. 

Brown, William — col'd — enlilted in Co. A, 
17th Tenn Reg. Is under Colonel Shafton's 
command at the post of Nashville, Tenn., 
June, 1865. Son of Gloster Brown, Rich- 
mond. 

Brunaugh, William enlisted October, 186], 
in Co. I, 51st Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three 
years. Was discharged for disability July, 
1862. Went from Jefferson tp. Res now hi 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Brunor, Peter enlisted July, 1861, in Co. B, 
19th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years; served 
until the battle of Antietam, when he was 
among the missing after the battle; has not 
been heard from since; supposed dead. Re* 
previous to enlisting with Wm. Brumback, 
Jefferson tp. 

BRUNTON, JAMES enlisted in Co. D, 
63d Ind Vol Inf, December, 1862, for three 
years. Served with the regiment some twen- 
ty-seven months; was then discharged on 
account of disability. Is now traveling 
agent for M. Kaufman & Bro. Residence, 
Richmond. 

BRYANT, LEWIS enlisted in Co. D. 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, September, 1861. for three 
years. Was in the battles of Pittsburg Land-- 
ing, Stone River, Rosacea, and was discharged! 



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on account of wounds received at Kencsaw 
Mountain. Son of James E. Bryant. Center 
township. 

BncAner, Sylvester, enlisted in Co. A, 28th 
Reg U S Col Vol Inf, January, 1865, for one 
year, and is still in the service. Bes when 
enlisted with Austin Buckner, Wayne town- 
»hip. 

BUHL, JAMES W. enlisted in Co. C, 8th 
Eeg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1861, for three years 
"Was in the battle of Pea Kidge, at siege of 
Vicksburg, in the battles of Jackson, Black 
River Bridge, and Fort Esperarza. Served 
in General Bank's campaign in Louisiana — 
under different commanders in Missouri, Ar- 
kansas, Mississippi, Texas, and Virginia 
Discharged at expiration of term of enlist- 
ment. Son of and resides with Mrs. Sarah 
Buhl, "Wayne tp. 

Bulla, .Joseph was drafted in the fall of 
1862, was assigned to duty, and soon after 
deserted. Went from Boston tp. 

Bulla, William H. enlisted in Co F, 2d 
Iowa Cav, Oct., 1861, for three years; re-en- 
listed in May, 1864, wounded at Farmington, 
near Corinth, and again at Franklin, and 
taken prisonor, captured a horse, and in at- 
tempting to escape, got into Forrest's camp; 
since exchanged, and is now (April, 1865,) at 
Vicksburg. Enlisted as a private, and was 
promoted to 2d Lieut. Res previous to en- 
listment, with Daniel Bulla, Wayne tp. 

Bulla, William enlisted in Co F, 2d Reg 
'Iowa Cav, Dee, 1861, was in the siege of 
Corinth, battles of Iuka, Jackson, Champion 
Hills, and siege of Vicksburg; discharged at 
expiration of term Now resides with Eliza- 
beth Cox, Richmond. 

Bunker, Albert volunteered in Co H, 140th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, at its organization, for oik 
year, went with his Reg to Murfreesboro. 
was taken sick, and sent to hospital, where he 
died, Feb 1, 1865. 

Bunker, Francis S. enlisted in Co B, STtli 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 12, 1861, for three 
years, was in battles of Lookout Mountain. 
Mission Ridge, and Stone Biver, was in view 
of the battle of Perryville, but not engaged 
Discharged Dec. 31, 1863. Re-enlisted in 
same Co and Reg as a veteran, Feb. 12, 1 y * '. 4 
for three years; still in service, April, 1865. 
Fam ly res on farm of A. Hunt, w s Newport 
and Arba road, 1 mile n e Newport, New 
Garden tp. 

Bunch, Geo. M. enlisted in Co B, 19th Ind 
Vol Inf, Oct. 1861, for three years; re-enlisted 
in Co C, 19th Ind Vol Inf, ( 20th Keg after 
consolidation, ) was promoted to 2d Lieuten- 
ant and afterward to 1st Lieutenant, was in 
the battles of Rappahannock Station, Gaines- 
Tille, 2nd Bull Run, Fredericsburg, Chancel- 
lorville, Antietam, Gettysburg, Wilderness, 
Hatchers Run and Capture of Lee. Served 
until July 1805, when the Reg was mustered 
out of Service, residence Wayne tp. 



Bunker, Ira enlisted in Co B, 57th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf. October 1861, for three years. Wag 
color bearer at the battle of Pittsburg Land- 
ing. He participated in many other severe 
battles, being with his Reg during its entire 
term of service and was mustered out Nov. 
21st 1864. Having contacted chronic diar- 
rhea he was in feeble health at the time ho 
was discharged and never regained his health 
but died Feb. 14th I860, leaving a wife and 
two children residing in Hillsboro. 

Burchett, Thomas'" enlisted in Co G, 8th 
Reg Ind Vol Inft, discharged and re-enlisted 
in Co H, 74th Keg O.Vol Inf Feb. 11th 1862. 
Was discharged June 18th 1862 on account 
of physical disability. Son of Jonas Bur- 
chett, Economy. 

Burchett, William enlisted in Co G, 8th 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 20th 1862. Was in the 
battle of Thompson's Hill and Black River 
Bridge. Died in hospital at Raymond. Miss. 
of Typhoid fever May 16th 1863. Son of 
Jona Burchett, Economy. 

Burditt, John W. enlisted in Co B, 5th Ind 
Vol Cav, Aug. 26th, 1862 for three years. 
Was in the battle of Resacca, ; with Stone- 
man in hisunsuccessful raid, and narrowly 
escaped capture. Discharged at the close of 
the war. Resided previous to enlistment, 
with John Wilcoxen, Wayne tp. 

Burdsal, Thomas H. enlisted in Co C ; 84th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 1862 for three years; 
was in the battles of Lookout Mountain, New 
Hope Church. Franklin and Nashville, and 
is yet in the service May, 1865. Son of 
Aaron Burdsal, Centre tp. 

Burden, James — cot'd — enlisted in the 28th 
Reg U. S. C. Inf, Aug. 1st, 1864, for one 
year; promoted to Orderly. Still in the ser- 
vice, April, 1865. Res with Baalam T. Go- 
ings, Wayne tp. 

Burke, Bartemas enlisted in Co I, 67th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862, for three years. 
Was twice taken prisoner, paroled and ex- 
changed, and was again captured during the 
Red River campaign, andcontined six months 
in Tyler prison, Texas, but escaped by tun- 

lling underneath the wall. Was in the 

ttles of Arkansas Post, seige of Vicksburg, 

and assault on Fort Blakely, Ala. Served 

till Aug, 1865, when the war having come to 

ose he was discharged. Resides with 

John M. McClure, Richmond. 

Burket, Alonzo enlisted in Co C, 9th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav" for three years; has served with 
the regiment up to May, 1865. Residence 
previous to enlisting, Jefferson tp. 

Burket, Calvin W. enlisted in Co H, 11th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three 
months. Was in the battle of Romney, Va., 
served out his time and was discharged; re- 
enlisted Oct. 8th, 1861, in Co I, 57th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, for three years. Was elected 1st 
Lieut, upon the organization of the Co, and 
served as such until April, 1862, when ho was 



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promoted to Capt. of same Co, and served 
until June 1st. 1864. when he resigned on ac- 
count of physical disability. Was in the 
battles of Pittsburg Landing, Champion Hill 
and Stone River. Was wounded at the last 
battle. Went from Hagerstown, now resides 
in Centerville. 

Burke, Clinton A. enlisted in Co A, 19th 
Reg Ind Vol Iuf, Feb., 1862, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Thornburg's Mills. 
Rappahannoch Station, Sulphur Springs. 
Gainsville, 2d Bull Run, Antietam, Fitzhugh 
Crossing, Gettysburg. Mine Run, &c. Served 
till July, 1865, when the war having ended, 
he was discharged. Resides with John M. 
McClure, Richmond. 

Burkert, Cyrus J. enlisted in Co I, 54th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three months, and was 
discharged at expiration of term. Nephew 
of Frederick. Burkert, Jackson tp. 

Burket. Franklin enlisted in Co C, 84th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, July, 1862, for three year 
and was killed in the Battle of Chicamauga, 
Sept. 20, 1863. Son of Mrs. Lucinda Burket 
Jackson tp. 

Burket, John enlisted in Co B. 57th Res 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 12, 1861. Was killed 
Dec, 1862. Formerly res with J. Homey 
Wayne tp. 

Burket, Milton M.. enlisted, July, 1861, in 
Co B, 19th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three years 
was discharged, Nov., 1863, on account of 
disability. Res in Louisville, Ky.; went from 
Hagerstown. 

Burket. Sanford enlisted in the 6th Ind 
Battery, April, 1865. for one year, served 
until the collapse of the rebellion, and was 
then discharged. Son of Mrs. Lucinda Bur- 
ket, Jackson tp. 

BURKART, JOHN enlisted in 8th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf for three months, discharged at 
expiration of time , res on farm of John B. 
Smith. Wayne tp. 

Burkert, Edwin A. enlisted in Co I, 54th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, for three months. Further 
history not given. Sou of Frederick Bur- 
kert. 

Burkert, Erastus J. entered the service a; 
2d Lieut of Co A, 148th Reg Ind Vol Inf 
Aug., 1862, for three years, was in the batth 
of Chancellorsville, discharged on account of 
physical disability, June, 1863. Son of Fred- 
eric Burkert. 

Burns, John enlisted in Co D, 6th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf. April, 1861, for three months, was 
in the battle of Cheat Mountain; re-enlisted 
in 16th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one year, was in 
the battle of Stone River, discharged at expir- 
ation of term. Now resides in Richmond. 

Burroughs, Cassius M. enlisted in Co I 
54th Reg Ind Vol Inf. for three months, and 
Was discharged at expiration of term ; re-en 
listed in Co C, 9th Reg Ind Vol Cav. Oct 
5, 1863. Now (April, 1805,) at Vicksburg 
Son of Charles Burroughs, Dalton tp. 



Burris, Daniel enlisted in Co F. 84th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug, 1862, discharged on ac- 
ount of physical disability, April, 1864. 
Now in the employ of John Cockefair, Cain- 
bridge City. 

Burroughs, Jonathan M. enlisted in Co C, 
9th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct 6, 1863. Appoint- 
ed 1st Lieut, was in the battle of Nashville, 
was wounded, from the effects of which he 
died. Son of Charles Burroughs, Dalton tp. 
Burton, Levi D. enlisted in Co. B, 2d Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, September, 1864, for three 
years Was in the battles of Pittsburg Land- 
ing. Hartsville, (at which place he was cap- 
tured, and marched three days without food,) 
exchanged, and in the battle of Chicannvflga; 
after a three months' campaign in East Ten- 
nessee, he was detailed as clerk for the adju- 
tant; served as such till discharged at expi- 
ration of term. Res Boston township. 

Bush. Almarine — cold — enlisted in the 14th 
Rhode Island Heavy Artillery ; still in the 
service, April, 1865. Son of AYm. Bush, 
Newport. 

Bush, Amos L. enlisted in Co. A, 36th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, August, 1861, for three years. 
Was afterward transferred to the 10th Ind 
Bat, and was in the battles of Perryville, 
Stone River, Chicamauga, Mission Ridge and 
Sherman's great raid through Georgia: dis- 
charged at expiration of term. Residence 
previous to enlistment with Chas. Osthimer, 
Washington township. 

Bush, Jacob enlisted in Co. B, 54th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, October, 18I>2, for one year. 
Was wounded in the leg, at Vicksburg, mak- 
ing amputation necessary, in consequence of 
which he was discharged August, 1863. Now 
res in Cambridge City. 

Bush, Thomas Benton enlisted in the 23d 
U S Col Vol Inf, January 23d, 1865, for one 
year. Still in service, April, 1865. Son of 
Win. Bush, Newport. 

Butler, Henry W. enlisted in Co. I, 124th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, March, 1864, for three 
years. Was attached to invalid corps, in 
which he served till the close of the war, and 
was discharged. Residence Dublin. 

BUTLER, JOEL enlisted in Co. D, 8th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, August, 1861, for three 
years. Was in the battles of Chickasaw 
Bayou, Magnolia Hills, Port Gibson, Black 
River Bridge, the siege of Vicksburg, the 
capture of Fort Esperanza, the battles of 
Winchester, Va., Fisher's Hill, and Cedar 
Creek, and is now at Savannah, Ga., still in 
the service, May, 1865. Family resides n s 
Harrison bet Foundry and Milton, Dublin. 

Butler, Theodore enlisted in Co. D, 8th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, August, 1862, for three years. 
Was taken sick and died at Pilot Knob, 
Missouri. Son of Anselam Butler, Jackson 
township. 

Byer, Sample C. enlisted in Co. C, 2d Reg 
Ind'Vol Cav, August, 1861, for three years. 



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Discharged on account of physical disability,|to a pioneer regiment. Was in the battles of 

January. 1862. Re-enlisted in Co. A. 133d Stone River and Kenesaw Mountain. At 

Reg Ind Vol Inf, May, 1864, for one hundred Kenesaw Mountain whilst leading his men 

days; discharged at expiration of his term, in battle, he fell mortally wounded, and died 

Now a cabinet-maker residing in Richmond, aboard the cars while en route for Chattanoo- 

_^ :ga, July 3d, 1864. He resided in Milton be- 

^— ' J fore enlistment. 

Caho, John enlisted in Co C, 8th Reg Ind 1 Cammack, David enlisted in Co K, 124th 

Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months. Was'Reg Ind Vol Inf, Dec. 3d, 1863, for three 

in the battle of Rich Mountain, Va., andiyears. Was in the battles of Franklin and 

served his term and was discharged. Re-en-Nashville, after which he was taken sick and 

listed in same Co, Aug, 1861 for three years, 'sent to the hospital, where he remained until 

and was appointed 2d Lieut, upon the organ-ithe general order was issued to muster out all 

ization of the Co. Was in the battles of disabled troops, &c, when he was discharged. 



Pea Ridge, Bayou De Cache. Port Gibson, 
Champion Hill. Black River Bridge, Vicks- 
burg. (where he distinguished himself for 



Residence Cammacksville, Washington tp. 

Campbell, David enlisted in Co A, 196th 
Reg Ohio Vol Inf, March 1865 for one year, 



bravery), Jackson, also in Sheridan's Shennn- and was discharged at the close of the war 
doah campaign until the battle of CedarjResided with John Campbell, Jackson tp. 



Creek, Va., where he was captured and kept 
in Libby prison until May, 1865, when he 
was exchanged. Was last heard from at 
Fortress Monroe on his way home. He is 
spoken of by his commanding officer as a 
brave soldier. Residence previous to enlist- 
ing with W. S. Watt, Richmond. 

Cain, Albert enlisted in Co F, 36th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf. Sept, 1861, for three years. Was 
in the battle* of Pittsburg Landing, Stone 
River, Perryville, Chicamauga, Mission Ridge. 
Peach Tree Creek and New Hope Church, 
discharged at expiration of term. Son ofj 
John Cain. Green tp. 

Cain, Edom F. enlisted in Co K, 124th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Nov. 18th, 1863. Was in all 
the battles of the campaign against Atlanta, 
also the battle of Franklin and engagement 
around Nashville. Now with his regiment 
near Washington City, March, 1865. Son of 
John H. Cain, Perry tp. 

Cain, William A. enlisted in Co A, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug, 1862, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Chicasaw Bluff. Ar- 
kansas Post, Champion Hill, Black Rivei 
Bridge and Vieksburg. Served until July, 
1865, when the regiment was mustered out of 
service. Residence Richmond. 

CALEY, JOHN enlisted in the 19th Ind 
Battery, July, 1862, for three years, and was 
in all the engagements in which the battery 
participated, from the battle of Perryville 
till the expiration of his time of enlistment, 
when he was discharged in June. 1865. Re- 
sided at the time of enlistment in Cambridge 
City, since gone to New York. 

Caldwell, William enlisted in 84th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, Sept., 1864, for three years. Was in 
the battles of Chicamauga, Mission Ridge. 
Resacca, Neal Dow Church, Peach Tree 
Creek, Jonesborough, Franklin and Nash- 
ville. Served until close of the war when he 
was discharged. Son of Benjamin Caldwell. 

Calloway, Robert F. enlisted in Co. E, 57th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct., 1861, for three years. 



Was commissioned 1st Lieut , and transferred! Richmond. 



Campbell, Jacob enlisted in Battery D. 1st 
Reg Ohio Vol Artillery, Sept. 1861 for three 
years. Re-enlisted in same Battery and served 
until the close of the war, and was discharg- 
ed . Residence Jackson tp. 

Campbell, John enlisted in Battery D, 1st 
Reg Ohio Vol Artillery, Sept. 1861 for three 
years; discharged at expiration of term. 
Re-enlisted in Co B, 192d Reg Ohi o Vol Inf, 
March 1865, for one year. Was with the Bat- 
tery and Reg in all engagements in which 
they participated. Son of John Campbell, 
Jac-son tp. 

Campbell, Samuel enlisted in Co E, 64th 
Reg Ohio Vol Inf. Sept. 1861 for three years. 
Re-enlisted in same Co and Reg, 1864. Was 
in the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and oth- 
ers not here mentioned. Yet in the service 
May 1865. Son of John Campbell, Jack- 
son tp. 

Campbell, William enlisted in Co B, 192d 
Reg 0. Vol Inf, March 1865 for one year. 
Yet in the service May 1865. Son of John 
Campbell, Jackson tp. 

Camfield, William enlisted in Co H, 147th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Feb. 1865, for one year. 
Yet in the service May 1865, residence with 
Malinda McLave, Cambridge City. 

Cantwell. .John enlisted in Co C, 84th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 1862, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Chicamauga, Mission 
Ridge, Resacca, Peach Tree Creek, Kenne- 
saw Mountain and Jonesboro; also in the 
battles of Franklin and Nashville. Yet in 
the service May 1865. Residence, previous to 
enlistment, with Isaac Jenkins, Washtngton 
Township. 

Canada, James P. — Ool'd— enlisted in 28th 
Reg U. S. C. Inf, Jan. 18, 1865 for one year. 
Is still in the service. Residence, previous to 
enlistment, with Baalam Goings, Wavne tp. 

Carey, William enlisted in Co B" 124th 
Ind Vol Inf, Jan. 1864, for three years. Has 
been with the Reg in all its battles. Yet in 
the service July 1855. Family resides in 



soldiers' register. 



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CARMGNY, MONTGOMERY Z. enlisted 
in CoC, 84th Ind Vol Inf, July 1862,forthree 
years. Was in the battle of Chicamauga; in 
Sherman's campaign until the capture of At- 
lanta, and in the battles of Franklin and 
Nashville, Tenn. Served until June 1865, 
when he was mustered ut with the Reg. 
Now resides in Cambridge City. 

Carnell, John enlisted in Co H, 147th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf iti the winter of 1864-5, for one 
year. Is still in the service, May 1865. Son 
of Richard Carnell, Cambridge City. 

CARPENTER, J. S. enlisted on board IT. S. 
Frigate Wabash, South Atlantic Squadron 
Com. Dupont, April 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Hatteras Inlet, Fort 



1864, for one year, was in battle at Ft. Blake- 
ley, and is still in the service, June, 1865. 
Previous res, Milton. 

Carroll, Edwin W., enlisted in Co F, 78th 
Ind Vol Inf, Aug., 1862 for 60 days, discharg- 
ed at expiration of term. Res with Levi Fox, 
Centerville. 

Carroll, Lewis enlisted in Co D, 57th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Dec, 1861, for three years, was 
in the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and was 
discharged in the spring of 1863. by reason 
of physical disability. Res New Garden tp. 

Carter, John W. enlisted in 11th Reg Ind 
Vol Inf, April, 1861, for three months, and 
was discharged at expiration of term ; re-en- 
listed in Co G, 47th Res Ind Vol Inf for 



Clark, Port Royal, Port Walker, capture ofithree years, was in the battles of Duval's 
Beaufort and Siege of Charleston. Was pro-] Bluff, Fort Pemberton, Port Gibson, Black 
moted to Master's Mate, Dee. 1863. Received River Bridge, Champion Hills, and Siege of 



a Commission and was ordored aboard the 
Sloop of War, Supply. Resigned May 1864. 
Now resides in Cambridge City. 

Carpenter, Myram enlisted in Co A, 69th 
Reg Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 1862, for three years. 
Was with the Reg in all its marches and bat- 
tles, except the charge on Fort Blakely. 
Served until the Reg was mustertd out, July 
1865. He is a tinner, and resides in Rich- 
mond. 

Carpenter, Talbot enlisted in Co C, 5th Reg 
Ind Vol Cav, Aug. 1 862, for three years. 
Was in the battes of Knoxville, Blountsville, 
Bean Station, Zollicotfer, Rheatown, Dan- 
dridge, the Campaign from Resacca to Atlan- 
ta, and was mustered out with the Reg June 
28th, 1865. Residence, Germantown 

Carr, Anthony P. enlisted in Co B,19th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, July 1861, for three years. 
Was in the battles of Gettysburg, Anietam, 
Manassas, and in the Second Bull Run bat- 
tle. Was wounded, having his arm bro en 
in three places, his shoulder dislocated, and 
also rceived a wound in the hip, by reason of 
which he was discharged, March 14th, 1863. 
Re-enlisted as substitute in Co H, 34th Reg 
Ind Vol Inf, Oct. 1864, for one year. Is still 
in the service, May, 1865. Son of Mrs. Re- 
becca Carr, Richmond. 

Carr, Francis H., enlisted in Co I, 19th Reg 
Mass Vol Inf, March, 1864, for three years, 
Was in the battles before Petersburg, captured 
and confined in Libby Prison and at Ander- 
6onville eight months, escaped, and was re- 
captured and taken back, afterward paroled, 
and is now in the service, May, 1865. Son 
of Mrs. Rebecca Carr, Richmond. 

CARR, REBECCA widow Job — besides 
furnishing two sons for the army, volunteered 
her own services eight months, as nurse to 
the 36th Reg Ind Vol Inf, and is now keep- 
ing a boarding house east side of Franklin, 
between Mulberry and Broadway Streets, 
Richmond. 

CARRICK, ADAM was drafted, and as- 
•igned to Co A, 26th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 



Vicksburg. Yet in the service, May, 1865. 
Res in Center tp, previous to enlistment. 

Cartwright, George W. enlisted in Co E, 
134th Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days, 
was discharged at expiration of terra, re-en- 
listed as a substitute for one year; yet in the 
service, May, 1865. Res previous to enlist- 
ment, with Albert Flora, Washington tp. 

CARVER, L. R. enlisted in Co C. 42d 
Reg 111 Vol Inf, Aug., 1861, for three years, 
and was in the siege and capture of Island 
No. 10, the battles of Stone Rive, Chicamau- 
ga, Mission Ridge, Resacca, New Hope 
Church, Kenesaw Mountain, Peach Tree 
Creek, and the siege and capture of Atlanta. 
While in the service, he was wonnded four 
times, — at Stone River, by gun-shot through 
right thigh, which rendered him unfit for 
duty eight months; at Mission Ridge, severe- 
ly, by gun-shot in left hip, unfit for duty five 
months; at Resacca in hand, and in front of 
Atlanta, in left hand severely. Was discharg- 
ed at expiration of term, and now lives in 
Richmond. 

CASELY, JOHN T. enlisted in Co A, 
133d Reg Ind Vol Inf, for one hundred days, 
April, 1864, served out his term of enlistment, 
and was discharged. Son of John Casely, 
Richmond. 

CASSEL, WILLIAM enlisted in Co B, 
57th Reg Ind Vol Inf, Oct, 1862, for three 
years, was in the battle of Stone River, soon 
after was taken sick, and died. Family res 
with Robert Penny, Richmond. 

Castater, Ed. enlisted, April, 1861, in Co 
H., 11th Ind Vol Inf, for three months, serv» 
ed out his term and was discharged; re-enlist- 
ed, Dec, 1863, in 9th Ind Vol Cav, for three 
years. Is yet in service, June, 1865. Son cf 
Elijah Castater, Hagerstown. 

Castater, William enlisted, July, 1861, in 
Co B, 19th Reg Ind Inf, for three years, serv- 
ed with the Keg until May, 1864, and was then 
discharged on account of physical disability. 
Son of Elijah Castater, Hagerstown. 

Castle, D. E. enlisted in Co B, 19th Reg 



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Ind Vol Inf, Sept., 1861, for three years, and Assisted in the pursuit of Morgan, in the raid 
was elected 1st Lieut of his Co. After six through Ohio and Indiana. Discharged at 
months, he was detailed to the Signal Corps, expiration of term. Now of the firm of 
and served in that capacity with the ArmyjChamp and Ehrhart, physicians of Dublin, 
of the Potomac during McClellan's Campaign; Chandlee, Morris J. enlisted in Co M, 7th 
on the Peninsula, and subsequently at Gettys-jlnd Vol Cav, Nov. 1863, for three years. 
burg, Antietam, Second Bull Kun, Freder-jWas in Gen Smith's raid through Tenn., and 
icksburg, the Wilderness, and Petersburg, the Missouri campaign after Price. Died at 
was promoted to a captaincy while in thejLittle Rock, Sept. 25th, 1864. Son of John 
service, and had three horses shot under him !G. Chandlee, Richmond. 

Was discharged by reason of expiration of; Chandlee, Elias N. enlisted in Co M, 7th 
term, Nov., 1864. 'Now res in WashingtonjReg Ind Vol Cav, Nov. 1863, for three years. 
City; but formerly lived in Richmond. Was in Gen Smith's raid through Tenn., and 

Cate. Josl ua enlisted in Co D, 69th RegjMiss.: in the campaign through Missouri af- 
Ind Vol Inf, July 1862, for three years. Iter Price at the time of his last invasion. Is 
Was taken prisoner at Richmond, Kentucky; istill in the service. Son of John G. Chand- 
was exchanged, after which, took part in the|lee, Richmond. 

battles of Chickasaw Bluff and Arkansas! Chandler, Aaron enlisted in 133d Reg Ind 
Post. Was taken sick, and died in the hos- Vol Inf, April 1864, for one hundred days, 
pital at Memphis, Tenn., March 1862. Son Was elected 1st Lieut of Co A, and commis- 



of Daniel Cate, Green tp 

Cate, Preston enlisted in 69th Reg Ind Vol 
Inf, Aug. 1862, for three years. Was in the 
battles of Richmond, Ky., Chickasaw Bluff, 
Arkansas Post, Thompson's Hill, Black Riv- 
er Bridge, Port Gibson, Raymond and Cham- 
pion Hill. Now in the service, April 1865. 
Son of Silas Cate, Green tp. 

Catey, Oliver enlisted in Co D, 25th Reg 
111 Vol" Inf, Aug. 1861, for three years. Was 
in the battles of Mission Ridge, Kenesaw 
Mountain. Discharged Sept. 1864 
John B. Catey, Green tp 



sioned as such at the organization of the Co. 
, as discharged at the expiration of his term, 
and now resides in Richmond. 

CHAPIN, JAMES enlisted Aug. 1861, for 
three years. Has acted in the capacity of 
Commissary Sergeant, Quartermaster, First 
and Second Lieut, and Adjutant. Is yet in 
the service, June 1865. Family resides with. 
Alice P. Smith, Richmond. 

CHAPINS, JOSEPH enlisted in 19th Ind 

Battery. July 1862, for three years. Was in 

Son ofithe battle of Chicamauga ; also with Sherman's 

army from Chattanooga, until after the sur- 



Catey, Orlistis enlisted in Co E, 69th Regjrender of Johnson's army, May 1865. Was 



Ind Vol Inf, Aug. 1862, for three years. 
Was taken prisoner at the battle of "Rich- 
mond, Ky., afterward exchanged, and was in 
the battles of Chickasaw Bayou, Arkansas 
Post, Champion Hill, Black" River Bridge 
and Vicksburg. Died of Chronic Diarrhea, 
March 28th, 1864. Family resides with C. 
S. Stephens, Centre tp. 

Ca vender, William enlisted in Co I, 124th 
Ind Vol Inf, Feb. 11th, 1864, for three years 
Transferred to Commissary Depart-