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Full text of "Records of Brown Township, Washington County, Indiana .."

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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?o-ti '/; Liyi-t^ 0^ ■toad ticndyi lt)53-6Q. 75 p-agc^, nap., not Zruiejcad. 
?a>U. 2: ^ecrj^^d o^^ ttie. Boa^td o^ T^j^tae^, J853-59. 27 fiacj-S^i, ^jvdaxzd. 

TanJL 3* T^M-tce fii2.cxi^uiyi /6'5P-7'5^o4. 3'/ paq.p-yi, -tnde.xe.d, 

•Pai't 4: Znuir.c-ration of J.iales over 21 living ir. Brov.Ti TnvvT.ship 1913. 

Part 5: School eiiiimerati on of Car.pbellsburg for 1375.1830 or l&Sl 
Naines of Pupils in District 10 - no dace probably 1S74 
Nrmes of Pupils in District 7 for 1872-1373 and 1874 
Names of Post Office Box renters at Cr:r:pbellsburg 1.S78-1885 

Part 6: Casket List-Strattan Brothers- 1906-1910 

Part 7: Sketches from Diary of V.'illiam Stephen Trinkle 1904-1915 

Part 8: Deaths- 1896-1933 from Coffin List from a/c of 

Strattan Bros. Store lS9o-1901 and fron Diary of 
William S. Trinkle (1901-1933) 

Part 9: Records of Rob liorris Lodge ^ 2S2 F.Si A.M. Campbellsburs 
1861-1899 

Part 10: Strattan Brothers Account Boo^ 1906-1910 
C.£. CooL 
t^73 Spyuique. Road 
"3 nd-lanoji a-LL^, Ind, 



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:~r.ORE'o c? lc::g- ago: t;:e :ost civicE (c-?^.j:-:ic, 1901) 

letter to the ^rejs fror. Robert Der^ny of ./ectfield, Ind. 

"In your "o . 1 the fact that I was the first postnaster of the 
tov.n ic mentioned, and that calls up sone recollections that r.ay 
interest sor.e of your patrons. First, I v/ill tell ho\7 the tov/n 
cane to be called Gam-^bellsbursh (notice the final letter 'H! as 
that is the way it was first spelled, ',,'hen Robert A. Campbell 
platted the first addition to Buena Vista, and a petition was 
sent to ■Jashinrton for a r^ost office, it was found there was al- 
ready a 3uena Vista office in the state, and sone other name nust 
be selected for our TDroposed post office. Ilr. Canpbell tooh his 
-Dlat to Salen to have it recorded. Alexander Attliinson was then 
Recorder and when I/.r. Canpbell presented his plat to hin, he told 
hin of the trouble about a nane for a post office ecid that he, 
Can-obeli, wished to find a suitable nane for his plat, different 
fron the nane of any post office in Indiana. There -upon 'Uncle 
Aleck' said 'V/e'll ijust nane it Canpbellsburgh as there is -no 
P.O. of that nane in the state, and so it v;a.s done. 

Later, when a novenent was nade for a. P.O. at the tken nailed 
town of Lancaster, it was found there was a 1.0. in Jefferson Go. 
of that nane. The P.O- Departnent referred Jacob Turner to ne 
as Postnaster at Canpbellsburg, to straight eii the natter out for 
hin, as to a nane. I tool: ny l-.O. directory and xurned to the 
letter 1 and ran down the list to Leipsic and foun-d that no P.O. 
of that nane appeared in the India.na. list. Thereupon I inserted 
the narie Leipsic iii the papers and the P.O. Departnent adopted it. 
Saltillo had a sini.lar trouble about naning its P.O. but I car-iiot 
say who suggested adding the 'ville ' to the original nane e.s t:.e 
title of that P.O. 

In conclusion, I nust say that en account of my e.r;e and debility, 
you and your readers need not expect a. contribution to your Long 
Ago colunn every v/eek nor oftener than seni-occasional]y . Day 
after tonorro-.v, January 50, if I live to see it, I will enter the 
74th year of r:y earthly pilgrinage." 

OLlv SCLDI2RS (A".'D SCLDI3R3 ",;iDOV;S) LIVIPG AT CAL:P31;ILSPUR:} : 
i-GPORTPD 31 ::.J. PAUGL3. 30 DATE, 1 R03A3LY CIRCA 1;05 (G-RAPhIC) 

*7illie.n Gipson, J. P. Hubbard, C.H. ..'ires, Jrnes Sherrow, David 
Sherrow, David ',/::eat, J. './.J. Snith, Galep POgin, V.'illian Parnett, 
J.V.'. Logle , Thonas Ja.chson, Josiiua 3rov;n, Thonas Vrires, 3. J. haugle. 
Pirar.i Rudder, George Peters, Abrahan Stover, Silas Lav,-yer. 
V/ido'.vs of Soldiers: I.:artha Hays, Sarali J. Hays, I,;rs . Child, 
3'ancy Baker, 3lebecca Hays, Plicabeth Davis, Hrs . IPorgan, Lucinca. 
I'.iller, Genin.a Stephenson, I.:rs . £te".vart. Hate Sweeny, i3rs . 33aff 
and i:illa Purdieu. 

A30TH3R FIRS: (GRAPHIC-UPDATED) 

J. A. Evo.ns ' barn on '.vest Oak street was discovered on fire at 
about six o'clock ..'edneEday evenin.g and the alarn given. In a 
s/.ort tine hundreds of people \:sre upon the scene and fought the 
fire denon with a vengeance but could do nothing but save the^ r.earbp 
residence. It took hard work to save the hone of Hr. Evans whicn 
was only a few yards away. The barn was full of shreddsd^f ocaer 
and sore other feed. A horse and cow were in the bc.rn but -..-ere 
reLJCued without nuch (difficulty. The losj on the barn anc^ contends 
was ,,/CG or ^00 -ithout insurance, Crgin of fire is uiilcnown. 



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i::coi::-l'jjT-: list c? 2jsi::i;so a:d :ro?:]ssio::al :2i: a::d ;:ci.s:: i:: 
cai.::-3ellsburg-, august 1303: (ghajhic) 

3arLl:er I.:ax Abrahans. 

I,linister3 J. 3. Dezxiij , Christian. 

:.:.0. Jarvis, Christian. 

J.H. l-ierce, Baptist. 

A. Erichson, uethodist . 

Oscar Jean, I.iethocList . 

J. -.7. Jolfe, Res- Baptist. 

physicians L.'.T. Baynter, G-.S. Hancock, J.B.H. Buff, C.3. laynt^ 

Attorncy-P.L. Brishell. 
I-.Ierchajats J.J. 'Jilhins o; Bros. 

J.I.:. Hon H Co. 

3.F. Sterhenson 

H. Hov;ard 

Joe Sharashe'.vshy . (changed nane to Sharv/ell) 

Drurjcists H.J. Lane and O.L. Hancoch. 

Restaura.nt nen: ",7. A. Helso C. Son. 
Thonas Roll 
Lee Baynter 
G- . K . Evans 

Hardv/are merchants J. Strattaji C Bro. 

He Coy f; Ha.rdin 

Saddler J.S. Stanley 

Jev/eler A.H. Chaniberlain 

Heat I.:ar]:et nen J.H. Cathcart and G.L. Bait on . 

Ba-rbers G.E. Evans a.nd C.'.T. V/eaver 

Blacksmiths V/.B. BBoladay, '<!.!-. HirHcrel and Sar.:uel l.'.iller 

Hiller O.L. Brown 

Sav; nill and Lur.bernen John Stratta.n and R.C. I [art in 

Shoer.aker G-s orge HcDill 

Hillinery I.:a.ther cb Robertson., Alice Stanley 

3R0:7H T0V;HSHIB'S early SCHOOLS: (GRABHIC , UIBDABBD) 

The first school tau^'ht in Brov;n townshii:- v;as in the "BIop" settle - 
:r.ent and Barcon JerB:ins v,"a.s the first teaoher. Another early sch.ool 
v/as taur;ht by Robert L. Bler.ing nea,r Cave town. V.r . Blenir-S -.vas a 
yoiui{^ nan of fine persoiial a.ppearance. In Car.-bellsburr; a joint 
stock. cor:ipa.ny v/as or^c.nirjed in 1C55 and built the "old hall" v/hich 
v;as desi.pned for holding school, church, politica.l neetinjs, de- 
batinp societies, etc. H.iss I'.ary Ov&rr.;an, a sister to Aniori Cverr.ai: 
was the first tea.cher. The old iiall was situated where Baker's 
saloon buildin£: nov; stands. In 1360 e,nother building v/as erected 
where Lev/is Collier nov/ resides, and R.C. n'oods v.'as the first 
teacher. The present building was erected in 1372. 

HCB ssttle:3::ht: (graphic, UBBATBD) 

Joel Caulkins, a resident of York State, er.irri'ated to this county. 
He heard tha.t hops were in preat deriand, a.nd, accordir.pD.y , sold his 
far:.i, takinp the entire pay ir. hops to be sold at a ~ood :rofit to 
the county distilleries. Cn arrivinp h.ere he learned that he v/as 
r.isinforr.ed, and he lest his farr. for little or nothinp. He 
settled on section 24 in about 1315, c.na, owinp to the hop transact! 

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the neiGhborhcod becar.e Iznown ?.s the "Hop l.'ci^'h'borhood" a.r.d Ir-.ter 
t>.e "Ho-- ochool Dir;trict". Shis neighborhood is one r.ile north of 
Cc.i.r-bc lis bur J, but there is no sciiool house at _:resent, the sr.r.e 
having been vacated several years aco . Da.vid Boyden, a ::ioneer, 
laid out ?, tov/n on the iar~ nov/ owned by './esley ./oodv/ard, one r.ile 
lartlier north, in 1324 and nair.ed it Boydenville. Inhere is no sijn 
of" a to'.vn nov;, nothing* but a. -a.sture field. 

a:: IhH2IC32I.:G OLD DCGU:ZhT: (JhA^hlC, ir;DAT3I)) 

A very old and interesting docur:ent was fcuiid anong sor.e old ~a;;ers 
belo;i.;in~ to the la.te h.l. hather, the father of the editor of the 
G-ra;;^;hic. It is a land r^atent bearin^^ ds.te of Septer::ber 1, 1S53, 
and bears the si-nature of I.'.artin Van Buren as president of the 
United StaJceo, and Joseph S. V/'ilson as recorder of the le.nd office. 
'Jhe patent conveys the — st (torn) half of the north v/est quarter 
of section 15? in tov/nship 3 north of range 2 east. 2:ie docur.-.ent 
is not paper, but is printed up. on genuine sheep shin, sonething 
rarel;/ seen no'.;adays for documents of that hind. "Z'r.c above describe 
part of our farr. , one r;.ile north of Canpbellsburg, and './as entered 
oy Robinson Harr.ilton. 

HISTORY OF 3A1TILL0: (GRA^hlC, UHBATED) 

r.ladison Bov/les, ■. roprietor, and John I. I.'orrison, surveyor, laid 
out and platted the tov/n of Saltillo in Septenber, 1349. It v.'as 
named after a battle of the Hexican v;ar. Hadison Bov/les v/as the 
first r.erchant. Col. S.D. Sayles the first blachsnith. About trie 
tine of the building of the railroad an old fashioned "up a.nd dov/n" 
sav/ r.;ill v;as built by V/right Stacey. Harvey a.nd Hirar. i:a,tthe\.' 
built a frist r.ill in a.bout 1S56, but it v/as burned t::enty years 
later. The present .nill v/as built Qi/ the:?, in 1376. G-ecrge A. 
Rosenbaun v;a.s the first post raster, in 1553. A fc; years £.go 
our sister tov/n v/a.s incorporated and nov/ is a thriving tov/;i of 
about 300 inhabitants. 

HISTORY OF CAI:Y3-I13BURG: (GRATHIO , U::i)ATHL) 

Car-pbellsburg is nov/ the second tov/:i in size in tr.e county and 
contains nearly 1,000 inliabitants . The founder v/as John lollard, 
grandfather of the editor. (R.I. leather ) It v;as surveyed and 
platted by John 1. Horrison, Aupust 31, 134-9, and v/as nar.ed Buena 
Vista, after the Hc::ica2i b:'.ttle of that narie , and originally cor.- 
_rised five lots. April 4, 1365, Jai.'ies H. HcHiniiey added 21 lots 
on tlie northv/est. It yet retains the origina.1 nane , but is r.ore 
generally Iznovm a.s Ca,r.r:bellsburg, na::ed in honor of I-lobert Gai.-.pbell, 
v/ho had surveyed anid pla.tted nii-.e lots Dccer.ber 1, 1551. A nur.ber 
of additions ha.ve since oeey. r.ade . TI:e first vote to incorporate 
the tov/n v/ae held Se^ ter.bsr 23, 1375, resulting in 54 for and 16 
against t3ie r.easure. T:ie first election, held January 4, 1375, 
resulted in the election of CHristian Trov/, Jocob Grines and 

Treasurer; and Joseph 1. Holr.es, Assessor. 



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:3:,:o]ti::s op t::e jc::3- agc: (o.-l-ii^ic, r90i) 

"Ai: ou) S2?'2i3R (L":n:::A:.;3i)) p^la'ogs coi:ditic::s o? ?::e lctg ac-c" 

"A TRUE 32AR STORY" (C0::CSR::S ISAAC HAI,:i3]RSLEY) 

The old settler drev,' his chair up closer, inserted a fresh ch.ev; 
of tobacco in his thin and v/rinhled jaw, c.nd "be,i"an: 

"Tir-.es have ci:anr:ed,"" said he, "nen have chan^red; sverythinc 
is different froii v.-hat it used to he. If the old pioneers v;ho 
sleep at lit. Carnel, Gavetov/n and hop could come forth fron their - 
graves they v/ould never once reco£;:ni2:e tiae face of the comitry 
v.'hich '..-as once their hor.es where they lived and labored and v/ere 
happy. One by one the little, old log cabiiis which they built 
and where they dwelt are cru-bling into dust. The forests in which 
they pursued the wild turhey or panting deer are fast fading away. 
T.'e see no siich great, large oa!:s £,nd poplars as then grew, but were 
regarded, only as an incu:;brance to the soil, and an obstacle to 
the developenent of the country. Thousands and thousands of feet 
of the finest tinber that ever grew have I seen piled together in 
great heaps at the log rollings which v/ere custonary in those days, 
set on fire, aiid entirely consumed, './hat a shane a.nd a loss it 
seens to us now. 1!he present site of Canpbellsburg was covered 
\7ith a nagnificent forest of grand and stately oalc, poplar, naple 
and walnut, but all went dovrn before the nercilsss axe of the 
brav/ny armed woodman, and the fire did the rest. L'othing remains 
as it was, except som.e of the old springs where './e used to hide to 
kill deer vmich frequented these places to drinfc whezi the s2io".v was 
deep and the strea.m.s frozen. V.'e had great marhsm.en in that day and 
tim.e, who enjoyed a bear or deer hunt as the ra.resf pleasure afforde 
in this comparatively unbroken country. I suppose the greatest 
hunter that ever lived in this section of the state was Isaac 
Har.merslcy. You have heard of him, have you? \Ie called hin "Old 
Uncle Ike". He was a brother of John Harir.ersley , the noted pioneer 
m.illwright, v.'hose na.me I have seen frequently m.entioned in the 
"Long Ago" coluji-n of the Graphic. Kis fame as a rifler.an was known 
to the settlers far and near, and r.any were the thrilling experience 
which he had in hunting bear and deer, scr.etimes coriing nearly losin 
his life in encomiters with these anim.als . Cld Uncle lire was the 
owner of tv;o large dogs, (hig a.nd h'cro, as he called themj, which 
always accom.panied hir. ■..•hen in search of gam^e . His favorite rif?.e 
he naricd "Betsey", and the '.vild turize^^, and the large game '.viiich is 
nov.' extinct that it brought dovrn would be a sight to see. Once, 
in the autur.:! of 1o20, (as he often related), just a.s tlie nuts 
began to fall, the old hujiter, with his two ferocious curs and 
"Betsey", started out on one of iiis hunting expeditions, c.nd -./hen 
near the head of Clifty creek, he discovered a big bear cozily 
dozing in the forks of a la.rge chestnut tree. The dogs, as soon 
as they caught sight of tiie gam.e , at once set up a savage hov;l, 
when bruin began to r.ove uneasily about as if in fear of v/hat was 
about to take place. V/hen a favorable opportunity'' presented itsalf 
Uncle Ike raised his trusty rifle to h.is shoulder, took cuick ai:.: 
a.nd fired, \.'ken down came the bear v;ith ?. great crash right at the 
hu:"ter's feet, but being only severely wounded instead of def.d, zhe 
an.ir.al at once :.-:aae afurious dash at Uncle Ike who stood his grovnid 
courageously and eiideavored to boat the frenziec beast off v;ith the 
heavy barrel if his -y-ii. 2'i:e dogs joined in the fray, bitin ;^ ^'.nc _ 
pulling at the bear's hind-cuarters ; but with a J^-' ^^- each ck:u_..5r 
of tile h.unter whom the savage beast now crushed to the grDu::c. , 2.^ 
-..r -r to ir f.- -<- It- t'le last hours of old uncle r.:e had aboul come. 
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i:sr.:oRiES 07 t::t i::'G ago: (a:iA?::ic, 1501; g:::ti::ui;d: 

Lut the do^s, eGe:.:ir-3 to r:alir.e •./itii hur.r.ii ii^telli^ei-ice tl:e ^'I'ec.t 
dan::;er of their r.aster, bcca.r.e r.ore vicious in their attacks on 
the bear v.-::ich they finally forcec. to reliii-^uish his victin a:id tahe 
refuse in a nei:-hhorin:^ oal:. Uncle Ihe , who v/ac 2iot ceriously hurt 
but sor.ev;hat nerVous fror. hie exciting experience, ^ot up and re- 
loaded hie pun, and tahinp a r.ore deliberate ain, shot his pupnacious 
ener.y squarely betv/een the eyes, and carried tiie hide a".;ay a.s a trophy 

They v/ere thrilling tines in this country tlien v/hich v/e shall 
never see apain, but v.-e enjoyed then, lived happily, and r.ade the 
best of life that v.-e could. Yes, I lil'.e to looh bach to trie old 
days and recall sone of the pleasant occurences of that period, but 
ny mission on earth is about ended, and soon lihe the oth.er old 
pioneers who have pone before, I, too s^iall be pathcred hone". 

KIZ T'OTAL 301 US- C? AU3-UST 1S69 (GrJillllC, 1909) 

j^sscAiifiic:: r: L3f22R ?ro:: rcb-at 3Zh::Y ijac^zd dz'.. 4,1909,v;sst?tpld,i:: 

On Aupust 6, 1369 I "went fror. Indianapolis to Ganpbellsburp and 
Saltillo to witness the eclipse, and will ny^: offer you a cc-;y of 
the ne;::orandu.n I r.ade "on the spot", as follows: Arrived a.t Saltillo 
on tine; v/ent to Can";bellsburp and heard hrother huff preach; stayed 
over nipht at handy s. 

Aupust 7: Reach.ed Saltillo at 11 a.n. and heard Sdnund Chastain 
preach. Dinner v:ith A. 3a::ter. 3 p.n. Brother Colunbus H. Richards 
tooh i:.Q to a. hill on the Uncle 3i.lly Robertson place about a half 
nile south of T.ount Camel, and there \/e v;itnessed t:"-e eclipse, and 
noted its propress, a,s follows: 

4:20 p.n., first contact. 4:55, Shadow reached sun's center. 
G-ra;/iEh hue over a hiph l..ill about ten nilec north, ".vest of us, v;hich 
is envelopedi. in blue snohe , but still tl.e trees ca^n be distinpuished. 
Volune of lipht ra.pidly dininishinp. 5:10 p.n., everythinp assuninp 
a sonber hue. heaviest streak of lipht on horizon to the south east. 
Doves and quails still heard. 5:15 p.n., fron north to nortli vrest 
looks as if a rain cloud was risinp. 5:13, lipht under the su.^i, but 
to tlie north assur.ii-np a.ppearance as of a storn cloud. 5:19 derkness 
closinp down \:ith ainful rapidity. 5:20, novr total; all is silence, 
encept people hallowing in all directions, and dope Jiowlir-p. 5:21, 
neteors shootinp near and above thxe eclipse, larpe hc.v;k liphtcd near 
us, stars visitle; streaks of lipht visible sone distance above the 
horison r.orth of us; about half as lipht south. 5:25 sun enerping 
in a^.pearance lihe scintillations noved oy cuick succeedinp -ulsat- 
ions. Like a flash that hill to the north west was in a flood of 
sunshine; the ne::t instant t::e cou_itry all rou.id us was iii a blaze 
of glory, azid with the ne::t pulsation to the ea.stward it v;as uni- 
versal, so far as v;e could see. 6:15 last contact; erA of eclipse. 

1023: The above letter '.vas written due to a controversy' bet.:een 
nany read.ers of the Gra.""hic as to wdien the eclipse too:: ".lace. 
Editor I.iather h.ad stated it secured on Aupust 5, 1359, which 
I'.x. Der^-.y took issue v.ith as hather had asked hov; nany of his 
readers apreed or disapreec '.vith ^.in. 



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pio:t:::::r ':EAci:::.i»s i::j2i^u::2;: aiU_.:iG, 1:02 (7) 
i::e sur7Iyi::g ih'ja^Q'^-ueo gf ?cri.3r years :3zt tcktiisr, a:^ r: a 

:.:CST -.-AST! V/AY, RZCilLL THE :,3;,:0RES 07 YE LC;:C- AG-0. 

T.:s ::c3T r'LEASA::^ social z"/e::t of 2::e seaso::. 
(go::tl:i;ed erc:,: last ;/eek) 

The :ie::t subject on the pro^^rara v/as the "1-ioneer 2'e:-:t Boohs" -.vhich 
had been a3si£;necl to Jr. Ivy G. Hall and Benjanin A. ■.ieciier, but hf. 
',/esner, v/ho recides at Brov/nstov/n and is in quite feeble health, v/as 
unable to attend the neeting. ''Jhe doctor indul£;ed in a very interest- 
ing talk on the school boohs of the ea.rly tirie, and called to r.er.ory 
G-oodrich's Reader, Litcriell's Geography, Davy's Arithnetic and sor^e 
others that v/ere ta.u"ht in his school boy days. He referred to the 
"Single and L^ouble Rule of Th.ree" (Si-iple and Gonpound 1-roportion) 
and said that "To be able to worh 3,11 the sur.s to that subject in 
arithnetic v/as then regarded as very strong evidence on one's ability 
a.s a riether.atician. " 

Iv!r. Hall's subject was follov/ed by a discussion of "Early School 
Examinations" by John L. V/illians and A. A. Cravens. I'.r .- ".Villi ar.s 
said that in his latter years he felt very nuch lihe the old eler.ent- 
ary spelling booh, that is to say, that he "had "oeen laid on the 
slielf." lie taught his first school fifty years ago. He spent eleven 
years as a teacher at Leesville, and 'was at ozie tine principal of 
the Orange Coiuity Seninary. He v/as the "County Sxaniner" in 1co4-. 
H^is predecessor in office xies C.L. faynter, a.nd his successor v;as 
I.i.L.L. 1-rov;. The nodus operandi of teachers e^aninations v/as then 
ouite sinple. The applicants for license v.'ere placed in a class, 
and ashed questions such a,s the exaniner saw proper a.nd their fitness 
to teach school v/as deternined fron the ora.1 a,nsv;ers which each app- 
licant ga.ve . Six branches constituted the list upon v/hich questions 
v;ere propounded. If the exa.i.iiner found that anyone in his judgnent 
v.'as not qualified to tea.ch, the patrons, nevertheless, of the school 
district v/herein the applica.nt had secured a school, night petition 
for license to be issued anyv/ay, v/hich v;as alv/ays done, but for a 
_'eriod no longer than the tern of school proposed to be taught. 
i'.r. 'Jillians \;e.3 follov/ed by A. A. Cravens, v;ho v;as '.Tashington Ccujnty's 
first School Superinte-ndent . \IlVn. i:r. Craven's induction into office 
the old forn of oral exaninations was dispensed './ith, and na:-:uscript 
exaninations substituted iii their stead. This apparent repudiation 
of old established forns to v.-hich the teachers had becor.e a.ccustor.ed 
created cuite a. revolution in educatiozial circles within the county. 
But not v/ithstandiiig the vigorous "hiching" on the part of tee.chers 
and their friends, the nev; Su_:erintendtnt did not sv/erve fron the 
line of duty a.s he understood it, but Iield ncre tenaciously to the 
idea that the conditions of the tines der.:a:ided a higher educatio'nal 
standard, and used his best efforts, notv,-ith.sta.nding nurnurs of dis- 
approval here and there, to bring it about. Hr. Cravens v/as of the 
opinion th.at a. true education should loo2: to the develop:".ent of 
faculties tliat v/ould nai:e the future na.n or v/onan an intolli::ent , 
honorable citi.':en, and a successful breadv/inner . He found fault 
v;ith z}ov:e of the features of the "course of study" of the present 
day because it did not seeh to inculcr\te into the ninds of th^e 
_u;ils "tactical, business sense, instead of hipii-cou'idod idjc.s that 
v;culd bo valueleso in aft-^r life. Ho 'beliov:}d in "^oing bach to the 
old solid foundations of a good, practical English educaxion--to tne 
old fiuidai'.ental .rincii'les v;hich were being ^.ractic-lly ipncred." 
(continued) 



3RC.::: tc. ;::shi? ::isc. 
pio:-e7:r ^^eachbr-s i:-5titut3: GRAiHiG, 1902 (?) (cc::ti::u3]d) 

I.:. 3. DriGhell foll^v/ed !:r. Graveno on the floor and in the course 
of hie rer.arhs he s-johe in r.i^h terns of :,:r. "..'illiaras and Jrof . 
Jc.r;.cc G-. hay a.c tcacherc, ooth. of v/hoce cch.ools he h.ad attended. 

"School Discipline", the ne::t topic on tr.e \ro,^-rar., v;as tah.en ui? 
by John 3. Bemvj', v;ho in a quite lengthy talh said r.any things tha" 
v/ere both interesting and instructive. ..hile the "birch" v/ac used 
sor.ewhat nore freely in the earlier day than nov;, he v;as quite sure 
that it v/as seldom, used ar.iss. He told of the old fashioned "soah 
in", the product of ?rof. Janes G-. I^ay's dicciplinarian skill; 
which consisted in ^ivin^;; a rebellious pupil vi~orous taps of a 
ruler, in broken doses, v/ith just enough tine intervening betv/een 
the applications, to give the offender tine to reflect on his 
pernicious conduct. It rras during V.r. Derniy's career as a teacher 
tliat the practice of vir;iting the school ov the county superintenden- 
vvas begun". In closing his renarhs he said that "good rea.ding, 
v/riting, s-^elling, mathenatics and la.nguage constitute the solid 
foundation of a thorough practical education, and that one of the 
highest qualifications of a teacher v/as to rjossess a connujn.icative 
talent."" 

Benjanin Standish followed and told of the old practice of nahing 
and publishing "rules" for the governiT^ent of the school which v/ere 
almost as lengthy as the r.osaic lav/ and as binding as the ten 
c onriandne nt s . 

Jeptha Drishell succeeded I.!r. Standish on the floor and v/arnly 
endorsed the practical renarhs nade by Lr. Cra.vens. ?ollov/ing up 
L:r. Denny's subject he said he had taught 25 years in tlae public 
schools but never found it necessary to use the "hichory" . He en- 
pha-sised the inportance of teaching good namiers in the school roon- 
-hov/ to be courteous to fellov/ pupils and to strangers. 

The next subject, "lioneer School G-anes and Anuseneiits" had ceen 
assigned to Henry 1,1. 7/ood, but sickness preventing his presence at 
the institute, it v/as taken up and discussed by Trustee I,'atthe\/ 
Robertson, v/ho in his genial, characteristic style c. id the subject 
anple justice. Hr. Robertson recalled the days -./hen it v/as the 
custon, handed dov;n fron genera.tion to generation, for the schools 
to "lock the teacher out", or anuse thenselves in sone other v/ay at 
tiae tea.cher's exvense U'Vtil he a^greed to supply then v/ith a satis- 
factory "treat" v/hich had to be forthconing before they v/ould dr^sist. 
I-Iaving been e. pupil of Robert Lenny v/hen he te.ugkt at Saltillo, :.:r. 
Robertson related an incident in that pioneer pedagogue's career 
a.s teacher a.t that place, e.nd in v/hich the la.tter v/as the central 
figure, v/:iich v/as as interesting as it v/as anusing. As the holidays 
a_ proach.ed the rcllicksone school boys of the aforesaid school, 
brinful of tiie spirit of fui'i and frolic, decided that Robert :.:ust 
r:ake nanifest his high apprecia,ticn of the noble and exenplary 
conduct of his pupils, and especially the large boys, by furnishir-g 
then v/ith a great "treat", proportional, of course, v/ith their past 
good beliavior, v/hich no doubt, v/as above reproach. But I.ir. 3er_iy, 
seening sonev/hat reluctant, (as v/as the fa.shion in those days), to 
accede to their denands nust needs be coerced to do so. The forns 
of coercion resorted to in a natter of that kind v/ere various, 
d3:'ending a great dea,l on the ^eculia.r ::'Air. of the "EC'icla.rs " . 
In this instance it consisted in placing the teacher astride a rail, 
tying his feet cenc;-th, and varading hin ori the barbarouG ^o n//:yan^? 
through the streets of t:;c tov/n, occasionally stopping at 'o/.e r ^rre 

(continued) 



s1c::3i:r tzac^isr's i::s^i:;UJ2: Giu.nic, 1002 (•?) (c:i:i?i::ued) 

and r.irJiin:: c de::.and of the ter-cher to "call out the treat" until 
e::hausted and subdued he at lact ca::_,lied v.-ith their der.ands. To 
the pupil and teacher of ta.e _ recent day such tactics on the ^art 
of the school v/ould be deer.ed r-eroic, to say the least, but in that 
day it was a source of ~reat ar.userent which v/as rarely dispensed 
v.'ith in any school. In concluding his rer.arhs V.r. Robertson favored 
a. tendency to get bach to the old fundar'ental principles of educatic 
but did not reconr.:end a return to the old practice of "riding tP.e 
teacher on a rail". 

John S. Deniiy follovred and recalled the old obsolete panes of 
"shinny", "bull pen", a.nd "three cornered cat" v/hich still clair. 
a ;;:lace in the pleasant recollections of the school boy of forner 
years. 

After a few talhs on various subjects the "Old Pioneer's Institut 
closed si-ie die, after which t2ie e::tire proup of old teachers -.-.'ere 
photographed by P'ires c; Be.tt, which v/ill be re-produced izi a later 
issue of the Graphic. 



100Ph 3IPT:3AY 0? DR. S.II.C. PPJi 1.^^.1; : GRArhlC, ::ARCK 1903. 

IJR. E.r.C. Il]YIP^i: G3ISDRA2PD hIS 1 GOPP PIRVIIUAY LAST SATURDAY Ih 
HIS HC;3 Ta/h 0? SALTILLO, IIPDIAIPI. 

it ;vas a gala day ?cr saltillo as ^^73 p30tle froi: all thl surrcllrdip 
cou::ty \73RE kiere. 

A DAY LOPG TO B3 RDIEhlDRLD . 

Last Saturday, February 25th, was a gala day for our sister tev/n 
of Saltillo. One of her respected citizens, Dr. D.Il.G. Leyr.an, 
having reached the century r.iile post, the event was celebra.ted in 
an elaborate narnaer. It v/as rea.lly cnly the t^.•enty fourth birth.day 
for he was born in leap year, and 1500 i:ot being a lea.p year, iie 
nissed one birthday, r.ahing the nur.ber of birthdays in one hu^idred 
hears, just t\;enty four. 

The fast train and acco:;:'.odation o:i the honon brought large cro'.vd 
fror. Salen, Carapbellsburg, Orleans, I.'.itchell and Bedford, and 'oj ten 
o'cloch t:ie pleasant town vras full of _eople, the surrounding cou/ntr 
furnishing the grea.ter ^'Ortion of this i:.-iense tiirong of people. 

The good ladies of Saltillo and vicinity gave up every dut;?- at 
jione a.nd spent their entire tine in looping after the pleasures a;:d 
confort of the people. Long tables, laden with all the good tPiings 
to eat imaginable, were sp:oea.d in the h. of P. hall and sinty person 
were served at each table. Pror. 11 o'cloch until about the nidPle 
of the afternoon about GOO 'ersons ate of the nany good things to 
their storiach 's satisfaction. 

About the hour of ten, the ]:.2. C-iurc:i was filled to its -J.tnost 
capacity with the old Doctors friends and after a ati-ictic hynn, 
R.P. PatPier read a portion of scripture and offered prayer. 

Leroy Yellow., one of Sr.ltillo's substantial citi:;enG, nade a fo": 
a proriate rewar'-.s in -.vhic": lie. "turned over the hey of Saltillo to 

u_.on to r.ahe a s-,eech. he said, t--:'.t he had '".now Dr. -.ey..an for .,- 
years. "Doc" i:atthew in his speech, said that he had hnown Lhe c_a 
doctor for about 5C yrars and oti-ers stated that tney nad nnown nin 

(continued) 



100th ~irt:3ay c? dr. s.i,:.c. ::sy:ji:;: grai^^ic, ::argh, 1503. (cc::2i::~:d: 

for si:.ilar jeriodc. I.'.r.tthev; Robr^rtson, of Gr.r.vfcclls'bur^;, ^r.ve ar. 
intereotin£; and a i:ro;riate "talh. lie caid ^.ic acouainta-ice ./ith 
Dr. Yeyr-.aii covered a : eriod of about 50 years. lie ca"ve a. cood de- 
ccriotion of the Doctor's __;hysique forty or fifty years a.go. lie 
said he v/as a r.an of -jre^-ossirio appearance, strai^'ht as an arrc.v, 
v.'ore lonj blach ]:air, tv.'isted in curls that hung dov/n u;:on his 
shoulders, etc. Dr. hunt and others ~ave good taihs, after which 
::iss 3ea Cool:, the accor.plished daughter of I.'r. and L'rs . '.v.C. Cooh ' 
of Saltillo, gave a recitation, entitled "So v.'as I", v/hich delii'lited 
the audience and broug.rt forth great plaudits. 

'//e v:ar-t to sa.y in this connectioii that the church, in v;hich the 
reception v/a.s given, was beautifully decorated 'oy Dr. R. Ilills, '..'.0. 
Cooh, Leroy Yellor.s, R.A. Ihipps and otliers. Qn the right of the 
■._ulpit v/a.E a l8.rge blacl: :.:edailion, v/ith the v/ords "France 1503" 
laid on it in yellov; letters. i'he French flag was draped around it. 
On the left side of the ulpit was a siTiilar ir.edallion, with the 
words "Indiana, 1003" and with the Anerican flag dra.ped over it. 

After the r.agnif icient diinier was partahen of, Dr. heyy.an, who 
was at the K. of 3. hall and had artah.en of a hearty dirnier, was 
carried in a lar^^e roching chair to tho LI-.3. church qy J.H. '.Vclf e , 
'-7.n. Rosenbaum, Charles Holler, R.L. PLif e , John '.7hittet, Prani: hiller, 
Everett Spangler, Ion ladgett, S.D. Greene, G-eorge Lee, '.7.31. 3'orrell. 
The Doctor was pls-ced near the stove where hundreds of persons greeted 
hin by talcing hiir. by the hand. The church was filled to overflowing 
and r.any turned away. The choir, with hiss Clela Hiles at the organ, 
entertained the people with songs after which R.ev. Jolin S. Demiy of 
Car.pbellsburg, read the eleventh chapter of Zcclesiates and gave a 
pra.ctical and logical, as well as an interesti'ng and a_propriate 
tall: fro:,': that chapter. Rev. Denny was followed with short tallcs 
fron Dr. 'J.H. Sr.iith of Bedford, 3. A. ';esner of Louisville, Jar.ies 
Rolston, hewton !,:cGrew, Dr. 1. 31. hall. Dr. hunt, 'J.H. Rose:^3oau-., 
hrs. I.:ilt h'ichols, LIrs . hannie Pinley, r.rs . V,'.C. Cool:, Leroy Yellon, 
?rar3: S::ith, Ilatthev; Robertso:i, Robert Gree::e, R.3. hather a:id 
others all said that w^hcn tl:ey saw liim fron 30 to 50 years ago he 
was a tolerable old :-a,:a then. 

Dr. heyran, being e::hausted, was tahe:i to his ho:.e long before 
the exercises at the church e.ided and was not present to hear all 
of the flattering things said a.bDut hii;. 

Dr. L.l.hC. 3ey::an was born in _aris, France, February 2S, 1303, 
aiid clai::s to be a so:i of harc3iall Ley, his :;otlaer being an Irish 
lady. Dr. :'ey:-a:a caw.e to America ",3ie:: 15 years old a.nd sti:died 
::edicine u::der Dr. Rush in the city of 3hil8,delphia, graduati:'.g i:-i 
135o. he practiced ::edici:ie in hissicsi;;^.! ui.til 1342 vh'ien he ca::e 
to tl:is cou:itry a:ad began _ractice ?.nd, until about tl:ree years ago, 
cor.tiiiv.ally followed that :rofession. his _ rof essio:i?-l career in 
tr;is cou-^try covers a, _. eriod of about 66 years. Dr. h'ey.aaji ce.ys he 
has hnowledge tha.t harchal hey was :aot e::ecuted by the L:iglish, bu" 
ca::e to th.is cou::try and lived for years i;: both of the Carcli:ia's 
where he died. Dr. hey;. an told G.C, l.Viiaugh ehoout elcve:a years ago, 
the beautiful story of the discovery of the "lanther Cave"--h.ov/ his 
father found it, how he (Dr. hey:/.an) had bought it, f.nd that it y;as 
to be h.is last resting lace. This c .-nvcrsaoion tool: place in z.:i: 
c'we, ar.d o:i a rod: shelf ti:ereir: rested a cofii:i, vaiiCi -jne^ coo ^ ;r 
said he liad prepared to receive the rer.ains of his faoner's ooay, 

^continued) 



3Rcv;i: ^cv;::sHi? i:i3g. 
100th jiiRTHBAY 0? DR. F.i'.c. ::2Yi:a!I: GRAPHIC, TARGH 1908 (cc::ti::ii:d ) 

but havinc been disa pointed in securing hxis father's body, he (Dr. 
I'eynan) would be laid av/ay in the coffin in that cave. 

At that ti--.e, too, and in the lanther cave, Dr. h'eynan told I.:r. 
I.:enau~h that the "history of Bonaparte" printed anonyr.ously in 
Salen, in 1313, v;as v;ritten by Ilarchall hey while in this country; 
tha.t the manuscript had fallen into the hands of Colonel Ler.anov.-shi 
and by hin -.ublished anonyr.ously . One thin^ is certain: ho one . 
has ever pointed out the author of that nysterious booh and Dr. 
hey:.ian's chains are certainly interestinrp. If he isn't the son of 
:.:arshal I'cy , v:ho is he? 'That r;ood blood rmis through his veins 
there is no question and that he is a most renarliable n-.an will be 
adr.itted 'oy any one v;ho hnov;s Iiin. 

hOT-3S 

Dr. heyr.an was 29 years old before postage stamps cane into use. 

The old Doctor says, "cor.e and see r.'.e on r:y 25th birthday--! '11 
be t:-ere". 

Alfred G-uthrie , of Tunnelton, with tears in his eyes, gave the 
Doctor a hearty hand Eha!:e . 

All Saltillo people covered tjiew.selves with plory that day. 

I.'.rs . heyr.an, v;ho is but 67, had her "young ::an" ready bright ezzc. 
early for the day. 

Dr. H.h. hey:;:an, aged 62 years, v/as the only one of the children 
present on this occasion. 

".7hen Dr. heyr.an was born Chicago was only a.n Indian car.y , and 
there was not a r.ile of ra.ilroad anyv/here. 

Although Dr. heyw.an is quite feeble, the GHAIHIC hopes that he 
r.ay celebrate at least, another birthday, February 29, 1912. 

Thoi.ias Jefferson was hresident of the U.S. v.-hen Dr. heyr.an was 
born, ai'id Abrahan Lincoln -ia.d laot yet seen the ligh.t of da.y. 

The good wor:en of Sa.ltillo aiid vicinity Iznov; hew to prepare a 
good dinnner and hnow hov; to entertain visitors so that they can 
feel at Iior.e . 

The ranther cave v:as oiice hnown as the "./nittet cave and is sit- 
uated 2-^- .v.iles Viortheast of Car.pbellsburg. 2he scenery in this 
cave is beautiful. (It is now called heyr.ani's cave-c.e.c.) 

The celebration la.st Saturday v.'as given oj the people of Saltillo 
and vicinity as a ".vhcle, but -.vaG under the direction of Lee Yellcr. 
and i'rs. V/.e. Go oh.. 

Dr. heyr.eja \;z-..c r.arric-d to his ^resent v/ife, hiss Sallie rholj.er, 
sone forty years ago, r.ahing his third natrinonial venture. T".:o 
chiildrcn \;crc born to this u_iion. 

The follo-./ing photoprcp hers were -resent: Thor.as Jaclison of 
Dedford, I'.:, ha.jora of hitciiell, and Levi hatt and G:iarles hole-apple 
of Car.pbellsburg. They -;hotogra.phed a group of 200 or r.ore people. 

Ar.ong Saltillo 's old _eople p.re hrs . Rachel Case, aged 93: 
I-'.rs . Rachel Gooh, aped 39; I'.rs. Darbara 7reed, aged SO; hrs . .hargarei 
Ihinris, aced 70; hrs. '.."illic-.:: Strother, aged 73; hrs. Tolly hatthew, 
rged"70 and last; hrs. John Vsllon, aged about 30; hiss Susan Case, 
aged 77; John .,'ilfong, aged 7^- 

W -OPJCAl 



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Re-ao-lLLtAJDruL-Uj, GiwUe^ XAdde-t. 

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7 went, tx) fPAUi. HI. , bat. he. had a ^cady. an^we-^: "Heat a na-LA, n,e,d hot, ^Ajl, aeo ^^Aa., 
piLt AA An the, hoLe.'." (UeJA,, maipbe, ■^o--AA, wouAjI cau-t,e.AA^,e, AA,, buA who cauLd ■otand 
AA. ") 7 ncueAL /iaw the, man o-tandirixf. An mg. LLf.s, aLwajy,^ ■<ie.aA.ed a^lwajp<i clean. 

flhj. UnjcLe lake, 7^cexi mxi/iJL-iexi EmAAy. /^o-nenbaum, a ^A^-teAi -to mj.j. '^yZand/no the,^t 
JjxLiann Lee,, He. wa^ -oa afJioAd that, he mAjghi. eAAt -^tom the tAxiAh, 

/Ua J^an, -faUiC't o^ O-^^caA. and fL-tthuA. 'J.ean, flleAJio dl^t. pAxia.chei.6, a daroLed 
fliethodLit.. 

Ben SpanqA,eA!,, qAiandtatheA. of, j^hn Ko-ienlraum. LLLL6 P.a-^enbaiia^ f.aAhcyt-An-lxuj. 

Orange Blawny kn.awn Oyi "SAxik", a ^maLl man. Two ■dtxi-tleA.: lily. uncLe PioAAjAn 
Co-tnweAA, wo/i An CampAreAAyobuAa. He and DAxJc Ajode ouA of, tuawn on ho-t^iebach and on 
tx> the CoAnweAA, home, Ukj, uncAje AnuAAed hAjji to come An. He ^oAxi: "fla, 7 jxuit. 
■'ixide with tj,ou, to yeA. yaa. tx> uotje foA. me" . lily, uncle -tepUA^d: "Uau aJie on the 
w-tong, ^Axie of, the fence." St,aKy. of. the watch. (Rat An maniLccAiApA,) 

LewAyi ShAageAi and Qytanye QouAxi, home on foAAough, yiaA. An mi^ uncA,e li'AAyion 
Lee'-o new buggy., ^ipoA tabacco ^tulce oAA. ot/eAi AA, Of coWu>e, they. weAte gou/ig. — 
bath maALiAcd -twAce — teoAied 'te^ipecAabLe f,amAAAje<i. idaijAje they. qAjCW up. 

dairAd TouAch be^it, -T.emejnbeA.ed becojuoe he had an appA,e oAcJioytd appAe^i weAoe 

KxitAAng on the gAxtand, He LefA, home -fo^t a f,ew daj^--hL<i -con knew tJie oAxieAyi thoA. 
no ap-p^Lc^o could be -coLd to tJie ClA^fAjg filAAA, opeAxjyte.d by. HenAuj. KabeAiAyiion, makAng 
wfiA^Leg. The 4on An, hA^ fxvthe^' a abyience AhoveAed up. a wagon Jjoad A&ady. tx) taJce 
down to the mAAA,, buA hLi fntheAi KjetuAned unexpectedUj, and o-ideAoed tJioA, -the 
applet be dumped on the gAound., He -co tlie f-oAheA. of i:ltyi. Illaude T-lAnkAe of Camp- 
beAA,/ibuAig and iVl'^o. u-tAx) (Lea) T^AnkAe of T ndAxmapo LA^i . 

LA.fe of, IndAxma SoLd.iet: rojy. of a J-'t/t. fAjced at ;>13. peA, month fot UjDtJx,ing. 
.15 o^ pen. dag fo-t ixiAAxinc. On account of -tlie JepAeCyixLtAan of gAeenbac^c^i An 
wfvlch he wa6 poAd, the pay. of the 4oLdLe-t ■<it,eadUjy, dAMvuiA^hed thAaughout the 
waA. dn 1 8 64- pxug fnam 313, t.o al6. 



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Deyie-^^-Lon: Dn. l86l , ImU-z/ion. Xiricjirid (conyiln o/ rny, rxotheA.) , €JvLl^tp.d -in. 
tk't CMj-LL Ua'L /-o^ 700 dcup^. /Z/Ltc^z. /le ^eJurdd tJie. lOOdcu/^, he. ■te.-erUJyjte.d. pa-t one. 
tj.exUL — ^oan. -tl^tad o{. a-lmj. -U'/e and d(L^?JLte.d. He. cAxiAJi&d /ie^<3eoe/^te.d //ecoooe 
LUuuolix ■L^^ue.d the. PtacJumcUM^n. of, Ejncm.cA,p.cbtlon. 'Jmti. 2, T862. In. 'f eJj^ujui--ui. tie, 
JveAjuAn.e.d to tvLi LUxcAj?. JoMAjs^on. £ee'-d h-onie. nexj^ 7-t, R-iMteA.. TC-ItlcoaA and -two c.aa^.lnc, 
Id-LLion and lasivie^on £ce, ixaxL ■be.en pJuu^Ang, cjiyUU an the. ^unnij, ^AxLe. of- a, ^t^iam 
■otojck. aeo/Z. the. ha^ln, Jhexj^ had -jjx^t ^top.p.e.d ptmjJng. and ^teMiAne.d to the. hocuie. 
when LowLao. Le.e. -^auj thA.e.e. men comAnq. and -che dtdn' t -aee arujAhAnq. abaut. thejri to 
dLLitAnquAyih them, Theij. ^uAAjo unde.d the. hou^e. and oyvie^ted XtncxhixL, took htm. to 
lilLtcheJJ.. ibhe-^te. they. ptLt him. tn an otd hocuoe. and buJJJi a piJie. fxi^ him.. Cn the. 
way. to [JiLtcheAA. he. told them. that. he. had p.tanne.d to ^veAjJAn to the. Unvan P,^iii^ nejct 
daij. and when tAejp ■otaA.te.d to tacJc hAjn up. -in thLo cabtn and t&at/e. him., he. culadace.d 
a deck o/. cjoAxLi, the. ^ane. decJc he. had had -in hLd p-ockeA. ^tnce. that noon dai^ g.ai.e. 
of. cxL'id.A an t/ie. ^aath ^tde. o-f the. .<it-law ^tack.. He tatd theM to q.eA. ^ome. whLiLej^ 
and 'teAiUm tn a ohO'XA tt.'ne.. Ih-Li t/tejj. dtd and ^oon a g.ajne. a{. -fouA. hand&d cuichAjz. 
wcyi tiL pA.oq.teyO^. lojvJji^on ua^ not a heauy. d/lAnLeA. and. cu) the u-ht^Lej^ po^-cjed 
ataund tAJiie. af.teJL ■tAjri'Z, he. me-^eAij. pA.sAende.d tjo taJce. a dAAnk. each tAae, whAAe. the. 
tAwee o f^fAjoe-^yi becaine. qyuoq-qij., "On a -f-cw houA^ the. oPfA.ccAyi weJie. aAA. dAunL, rLi 
one. o-f the. of.(lAceA^ liad the. Le.tj. to the. hoiute. 'J.air^Le./iO n o/Uiyie., uyaAAccd to a wAndc'W, 
quAjeAAi/. ^lat^ed tt and tcapcd out. He. ^fienA. the. -^c^-t o/ the. ntqhA. watkAng., pincAj^i^ 
be.comtng. ^a tAjicd that he. cAaiiy-Lzd tnta a ^tAxuiy -6 tack, and ^te.pA ontAA. daij. ^■■tea..^.. 
/haakAng. he. wa^ miLch ^uJipAA^cd to pind that he. wa^i LreAJj. cA^o^e to the ouA^kAJit^ o^ 
fllltcJieAA,. Jhnt dag. he. came. -back, to ht^ ancAe. 'JamA.e.^an Le.e.' a n.eMaAnlnq. -theA^ th^teA. 
wee/bo, La^teA., he. went to St. Ja^cpJi, lilo . to i/t^tt a ^-La-te-t and theAc aJjta^Lm.d a 
■fob dAAMtnq, a wa,gan tn a t^ioAn o-f. wag.on-i gotnq. to the. Jdaho and Wa^htng.tan 
J eAAAAo -tAje^ . 

AnotheA -cotdAeA: (The CaixfAjeAA^buAg. ^ytapJ\.ic t^Awe. /lug.. 8, 1924 y^aiyi the. 
pDlAowtng CAutt bJoA UeAeAam tAxrcd tn CampibeAA^ba-tg.: Jaae.-i H. SheA^rou, L.. H, 
Dt-te^, 0.£, Hajpeyij C-tange. L. Qoutd, Iv-LLtAxun. Q-lb^on, BenJamAn T. Stephenson and 
Thomas Ske.ene..') Thomas SLcene. ttvcd -pjyit noAth of. C.ajnp.beAA.sbiiAji (wheAe. Q.ene. Lesst^ 
now lAMe.s), He. and hts wtfe. had dAAu/en to town, a/iAAirtng oA his gate., h^ ^atd: 
"Otd. Woman get out and unZasten the. gate.". Ho an<itEeA.. He. ■'le.pe.ate.d it. the. th-Ltd 
t.uiie.. Ho answct. He tooLcd oAound -to -jee whg. -ihe. didn't ■te.fitg.. To hAs dAsniag. 
he. had te.pL heA -in -town. 

C.H. L'Jt-'i.es, a pAAAaA tn the. Ca'np.beAA.slniAg. ChiAstAxm Chu.^ch, a pine OvrtstA.an 

genAAcnian gAandf-otheA of. ClAA^ Cowltng, a ChAA-s-ttan Chu.-ich mAnAsteA. L..H. a. 

photo gAuxpJieA. 

Uhen Qen, ^hn fdo^ujxjn with his b'lAn.ade. of cj3nf..e.deAaA..es cAo^-^cd tlze. ChAo 
fiAjueA 04. ij^tande-ihuyig mamj. conipanAes of. Home. <^uaAds weAje. ■fa-iMe.d tn tJve. towns that.. 
se.em.e.d -to be -ul illo^an'/i /.^.-Ji. H compang. o-f one. hundA.e.d men weA^e. ■fo^n.e.d tn 
Ca}np.beAJ.sbuAjg and weAp. sent nonAJxeoAtJwaAd tn an e^f^-lA. to he.ad o f-f t/i& -teMeA^. 
iiloAxj.an out tAaveAAjcd ait puAsuA^eAs wlitte. c-ta-i-d-inq. Dndtana. This compang. was -te- 
tuAne.d. and discfiaAjgcd. wtth ontg. ten dxu^s se/wtce.. 



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T.ha^e. uj'io do na-t a.Ltxind -aid '.id S^t-tMe."^' /TiGs-t^aia^ tuz-id a-t -die, 

-t'7e-ie oLd p.e.ozJ.^e. trJJcs. oi -tiie. -acs'is^ ana -L"C.Ld:zn.t/i or. .^ji. dai!^ fic^-L end nofie. 
7 e yicoDfid o-Ld ,n.Lame.^l^ 'ies.-tLnj^ urc^ iie.-Ld a-t -t/ie Q-iroh^vei. a^.^ioe. -L^-C't Sctui^tdcj/. 
a:lte'L!ioorL, and ijo^ -ewejr /;io-f^ ~uvte.-te^tLaa an.d bz-t^.d^X a.ttenddd ■t:.PiL -t/ic i^t-'^-.j^l. 

L. D. UoilL'?.^ cnlj.,zd .tie. nzz-tliip. tjo o-xdz-.. end tlxd pve-a ia^ar^t, iJ . Hi ^jj^^z^LL, 
a:'-OGin-'.zd. ot -tixxi .Ln-^i. azz-tL-i.--, took, ti^z c-.cL^. 2. ?. uln-tliz^ -tzad en. ap.p.y^r)- 
rJiLo'te. oA^LlcLz <3e!.ec.ted fxi'i, t'uz azzoAlort oj^.cl cJ.^0 .tzad an a^t'tic^iz on, iuo 
a^-uir,c.zzd Jj'L B. 7. Sr i'jL, i:'-o vjn^ n.-_a.'.)zn.t. Cizz o ■. ^Jlz a-':^tic.Lz^ p.'tz?-a/^zd b^i 
r//t. Sn-Lt'x -tzad^ C.-0 .LoLLouj^: "t.dj. -^Ui^-t aa" '.La.'LnJ:.anzz -in Hor^ytaun. o-a^ c.t a 
'tzUj^Ajjiiyi ■iznjj.lcz 4J1 a n^.to'jz onzdhiL iC'-iLLL..'-L >o LLi'^d, -in. It 49- 7'lz ...onan. 
ijcyc -i'-i'luzu.zd end J.aa'zzd -in. 7 50 end i-vJ..'jd tin T: 51 • fibouJi i'\^-t -t-cae 'Jr::;ir^ 
S.tar^ciL -bu-LLd e loo. .'icil-cz, 72 -Ijn 74 r^t. -in a-'i-tc-;- riz -o-jLd d.tii aaod^. 7 ue^ hJ^ 
cJ.-z.'Li. D 'tz.iz.!zbz.yt yizz,ine- 'Irjiz^o C.'usi cJ-^z-tt ■L:n:j, -tdz'tz cnz r.o nrJj'Lq. u'L-tJi tiA^ ^ Leet/c^ 
■■tct-Lzd iin e'louz h.-Lo zihoi-^i. Hz iUvLo'^djzd a e'UjJj naz, Cyta^-acj-Lt ^cicvj, bluett Azjvtxz 
and a b-ie cac-oi o,- .t.o-U. !.z -.L^czd d^L-:, tcob c^C'Ot bif, -tJ-^z /iddz o> dliz. nxscd, 
Olid. ii-Lth /'wL<3 Q.cjiJdiz rioujzd iJiZ r.a'^.-e.-L b'Lu^d and, eyizen, b't^izi^ gwo.ii, ■Le.-ld -Uiz 
.^un.da,LtJn and b'ldUJ^ Viz -ILt^-t deao-t ^ui Cor.p.bzLbc>buJ?je^., S-iiizon foU^utd bjJJ^t 
a b-Lc' cJiyi:vLt!x y^izjjiz. 'l men '"/, .c'ig rLerie o,.. -^ dz'.i'oJi.tyi ■Ld-i.rzd abouA td.z.n.z 'J-'^hn, ■j-LLtdJz-c 
nouj' ce-4-L'e^; 'P.eio.ti Saon.z ejzd ICni Co-LLLz-t .ii':zd za^-t; 'lonah 'j)oadi-:a.nd, -conytdzcxi't: 
/;i^-j. d'in,tZ't, -c ju.t/v.z^'t; E^:,ei.iuLlJZ ..c-tdzn,, no tdh. "J -tz' d a. danrizn. a-'iVic^Lz -'LTt tl:z 
Q'L.j.n.'.Lc- bit. "f.zo'j^'Z D''.j-:}lz, ncu de.c-zayjzd., a'jzti,t di. ..:a--ttriZi:j dyiA-u-inq. tj-yizz and ".oloI. 
iijckz a-L axza. bccJ^ -in, l.^o4-5. ^ .i'LOL/z a -c-Lx koUiz 'tzc"i chi^L^ina. H^z i.r.in,tzn. o,i 
7^53-4 liO't ilLon~,a dUMz-'., hetjuLine:. urdzad, f.-ljjrx cAA, ouz'X Viz coesvt^L to CLL;lt::, - 
15 ■':'-<;.':£ ^ 'to -tiz Load en i Iz^j-o u'-zn diiz. .::.o::-do l^z'lz ctuddii,. 

Lo^---'n IJa-'.'jcc ,tzed a u'LlU, izndjz Qn^ niine.-Lz-' ticzny'ai ,i,ouy, 'izen^ ae.a {'I7c0) 
b'!. ::mii Je.'y-^jxcton; a.-T^z-t iribc^d e ■ n-n> '^y^ie^-tz brbi'-.^ r.rz''-z nedz bn, iuz^l.zu. u}aoz:c:etd, 
••J. ;i. ]if^:j'C,ziJ.., i.. I. dc"'-'z, .•J':. '". 5. •d:n\c.ed<., ':. 7. S''-idn, le-jzeth T^tzzd and 
ot''z-r.<i. Ct C'"!^ n^^z-oznt i.'ziz I. 7. :,v. '■';■" -t'i, I. -i. S ■ -^ rAo v: , LzL/-i S-tcnizn., 
T'c'icx) ^-'T ---'>: a n , .... J. O'i-'^k.ziA., 10^: ita, ^■l'i::ii, Cn ' zjj CL'-La, IJz-cizn. ddbizn and 
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7H.Z .i.-i:.:-t .'v.-zZ'tLrg. iriLL bz 'izLd o^e .-6zo-Jn.d Sadi'-Xdvi e.^.-'.&.'uxQon -in, iloirzi'-zn. 
t-bt; L. ;'. C:}.0-.bc-.i.zZ, C'-iVen- Cidb'riz -".j-lc ':j-zIi l/oz.':1 and .Ln^.tAj.:^izn.ta.L 
■■•: '.L !;z ,in.t:vi^ ':.z d ,-lo-J, i. e ncx-':. occ^-iicn. 



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C-BuAjg.f flfiAJA, '19, TS53: Boatd rrjsA, and, wz^uz. oLL p/leyiejiA^ Jahji D, Tfiania^an., 
t,iLUite.e. of. the. a^gAnat ^cJwut dA^tAAxA 6 txnjn 3 n-o^fiAJv, ^uing.e. 2 and. 3 ejz<it, 
ioAA oLL the. hoak^ and. fiapeA-^. iteAanjq.ijm to tlie. .oa-id dA^^tAAxA. he-fonje. the BoaAd. 
and upx?n e.xainAnatAon of the. hooL^ and pxipxtAyi, aJl. u:a^ 0'ZdeA.e.d thcA. ceAAMAn, 
wa.>uthLc^^ pxLp.eAyi he. de^VioijJid, Lcfveyteitpo n. t/ie. ?^^.id.&nA. of the BooAd pytocee.ded. 
to make, a JjonfAAjz of yioAA papeA^. 

7^'tae^ HoLLsA., tAiui-tec of o.^iAgAnoA. .^cfiooi. dLLitAAxzA 3 -tn 3P^,2.L appL&aAeh and 
deAM/eAed to the BooAd a Jjorut fJion. <^e0'i.ae. A, TuAneA fc^ the. /ictiooL Zat .in, 
4aAxi dLLitAAjiA, idiAxh hond wcyi deJJMeAed to the, CA^yJ^ and piiA. on fAAje., 
Boa^ tlicn. o-^deAcd that, the, CA^zAh nioLe, a wAAJA^cn. Axiqae,<it, upon. the. o^AxjAnaiL. 
D^/i-ViAjzA. tAuyst&e,^ of BAxsunx torp. to de.po^Zt oAA. haoLd and papsA^ asl iheAAi 
pa^.6eyi.6Ajon appeAAa^LnAng. to ttie, .dChoo-L mxit^teA^ tn, tlie-lA dAyity^ix>ti WAAh the. 
CAjeAik, on o^ he^lan^e, the, pUust of itlai^ next,* 

C-BuAxj., /IpAAA 23, 18 53' ^'■^ cmd. pAoce.ede.d tx) txuj. out the. town^hAp. aji ^joad 
dAyitAAjcAyi , (JoA. a deyicAApA^ian of the^ie,, oee pAx^^^cji of "L-L^t of 2oad riandyi" ,) 
SapeAv-i^o-l^ ap.pa-inAe.d: 'Jolirt ^o^ejihau/:i, AJAxut W, B^owa, lo^cph tU. 'J.exm., 
LaiTAxi QAe.ene., EA^^ha Q- QoeJi., U-LUAxlti Co.lAAe.'^ and. Jl.iA,ejj. H, Q-ouAd. 
Tax te.U'le.d o-f. 15<t- on e.acJi St 00, uaAjie, of ■texvi estate, and peA^onaA pAopeAAui.* 
'I2,'^C fxifL q.eneAxvi heive^AA of t^urn^hZp and. 2'i2<t, fLoA, 'toad paApo.6e^, 

C-BuAx]., Iiiaij, '/4j 1853: BoaAxL rneA, the adfoiLlned due. to ah^ience. of CAjzaL, 

filai/. 7» 1853: BooA-d neA. and pAxjceeded to cxuuroyi-i the. touyn6h.Ap to oyiceAtaAjx. the. 
candAAAon of tlxe ^ichoot houuie^. flfAe,^ UA,^AjiAnq. the .^eueAxiL neAxjhJjoAhood/i t.'xe. 
BooAd decAdexL that theAje wo^ a nece^s^i-Ltij. foA, a ydchoot hoodie to he huAAA. An th^,e. 
uAcAnAti^ of Hit, CxvVneA and oA^o one. am. the netahJjoAhood of 'John D. J hana^anyi, 
7/ie.iL oA-io found the CAAA,tij. dAyst-tAcA. .^chooi, hoiu^e An. laanA of ■iunxL'up ■tep.oA.-t.i cnxi 
a .^toue, At^o the .ichoot An dA,i.OiA.cA 3 An An.,2L ujc/i found to he -in had ecnxLiA.- 
Aan, Ot wcM theAe^fo-te o-td.^ted thoA en ele.cAAon he held on the 37,ji of the 



pAeyiejvt morUh. p3A. -the. puA^-4& a^ a^i o^vtaArUng. wkcAAeA. -the. -tauyn^tUp. ^/laJJ, hs, 
taxed p3.\. ttie. pa^o-ae. o/ IhuJjIajuj. anxi -te.p/i'LAA/i^ -acA-oo-i. tiouyieyi -In ttve. -tup., 
TAu^tce. pica-0 2obeAJ:^ wcui onJj^ an, duuti^ tuvLf- -^-^ daij.. 



IJlajij. 37, 7853 •' ^ eJje.CyUxirL ujcui tvsJjd. aA, Hit, CaAm.eA, an. IRaij, 31 ^-t io ^ee. -L^ the. 
tou}n,^tvlp. ^hjsuJjd, -^etry, taxzyi ps-t tjuAJjLing. an.d 'te.poylAA/ig. yicJxooi. /ioaoe<3. jDhn. D, 
Thjonipyion. JbeAJxq. ab^ioiU, an. ao^aat o^ -a-lckrie^^f WcUJceA. flAjcJwl^on. ura^ appotatdd 
'Jadg.e. o/. Li&CyLLon. arid, woyi yiwa^ux tn. b\^ II, T, ULaJJteA., flcUharUjeJ, ?. fllatAeA. ujcl4 
oppc-irLt^ed to act. a^ Oyc^t/itant cAjsaL o/ eAxicAXan, and ujoyi ■oujo-tn. tn. Jjtj, luaob 
'kabeAA^. Tfie. i/o-te^ ccuit ure-te diUjj, caujvtexi. 98 iijsjie, ojjxiAXUit tAe. tjax and 2 {jo-i 
the. tax. 

C-Buyif}, JiLoe 'l8, 1853' CotfUjvd D^j^ura, tAJu^.tcji c^ o^tt.a-lncA. ^choai. dLc-Vuict 2 
■in it3^i2L niajde. rocJjuMJt o^ tltc dAyit/UxJ:. aocoiuvt -book, and dxL<Ld po^ ^choot tot 
plant flathanAjaJ, JenJ^Ln^ and 'ReAje.cxuLj tU^ uj-lfLe, to davtd BoijxLcn, John BaAncAd 
and HathanJj^M IcnJclnyi, pofLnoA. tAJUyite.eyi ojL .catd ^choot dAAViAcJ:, 2. 
k p<sAAJiA.Jin. a^ TeAeA. fUxJiat^cn, and 39 oth/iAyd to t/cco/ta that p^a/it o^ the. ^load 
knoiiyn. a^ the. 7 ^i.e.d<i^itch6biL'uj. and lilt, Ca-lnieA, fuiad, that. tA^L^ ■be.tice.en. the. potnt. 
w/i-e-te tA. tnAjeA.6 dcti tltc-Cax'^ JeA^jLy and SoAein. .taarid and the, poAnt icheyte. tA. 
tjvteA^ecAyi the. ■toad known. a>i> -thjz. RndAjui^ HeAJjzA, and. CtA..pbj. ultAA. -toad ne.a.-t 
H.H, V^qaAjjji^. PcAjza. ITAcJiot^on and fUA^iha g. goe.a appe.aA.ed he.p}-te. t/vz Baa^'uL, 
SamueA CauAJcAn^j J.o^cph liloo-'Le and iU'lAght Stacjj. apjio Anted utpjjjeAyC, 
fl ceAAiAjlA^cat^ puoni 'pUvA^an £ee, tAJLLi-tec o/. a^U/jAnoA .ochoaL dt^tAAjcA. 3 tn 4fl,2Z 
ceAtA^pjAnq, thoA tie had empAjoi^ed Jx^/m £„ StaaAA to teach e. ^choot -in .the ^tatd 
dl^tfL-lcA, tn. the, wtn,teJt and ApAAruq. a{. i852. and l853 o/. .(.ouA. nwriAhc duAjitAan 
■poK tjxe youm. o/ $87,75' TAeayiUy>LeA. o^e^ted. to paij,. 



C-BuJiq., ^uiAjj. /8, 1853' fi- petiAAjon. o-/! IdtAAAMm. SliuAA^ and 32 otheJi^ loaA piAjeyie.'X.rjL 
pAmjAjixj. pyA. a chanq.e o/. tlici^t pc-ltton o^ the. Jnd.ie.'.^ Je^'iA.'.j. and i^heeAeA,' 'i i.'ittA 
''load liegAnnAng. aA the pxitn-t (jjlieAe -the neAjjJdjo-'lJiaad, ■'usad c/coyi^e^ t/te .■icAd Aj^ocl 
exvi-t 0^. the dujetAAj-ug. op yiaAxL lii-LUJxwi ShuAt^ and AiirinAjiq. eaA>t on the Atda^e, ct 
^oAd. houyie o^ 4>a^'jd Stui.Lt4; to Ann the. ^ioAd toad, pa^it ^oAd. SruiAA^ du:e^LOing. on 
the nO''iAJ-LL:e-it .■itde. and pWuiue. a weo-t dtAecAAan iiriAAA. tA, pjo/i/i the .ooAd kou^e 
and thence a ^iouAh dAytecAAon tAA. tA .in.teA.6ecA the piAxtyicnA tAjxe. o^. AoAd ■load 
at. WheeLeA' yi flUAA on fwtn CAeek, fllanz.o t, JUAetj., uloy'iAA^on. QoAdon and CLA^!za ^ 
Qoen. appotnAed a.Leii:ey'i^, 

StAjM yoiAji.ld pA^yienAjed a petAtAan o/. koOeAA. Venwj. and. 29 ct/je-M p^tciiAn.-^ pA 
■the Boa'ld to e^ta.litA^ti a ton-n^iivLp fvL'^^h^-aij. '"ujnjiAng ai -totLo.C'i: BeqArjiAj-ni, at c 
.dtonxi -in th.e cenAeA a.^. ^ect^inn 35, 31T-, 2£. o-t -th.e ton-n ofL Cc.-rLpJjeAA^bu.lq- and 
AiinnAng. thenxie. ue^it aAnnq. the eesiAjcA iAjrve o^ -ioAd 'iccAAon on the ^oiiAh- .itde_ot 



'AoldL lAne. an. 'Jjokn. PoLLaAxLi Jjirtd ujitll -Lt po^-o ^t nmibeA. 4,oaA. aji ihe. town o^ 
fioeaa Ui/^ta JjeJjongMtg. to Hervuf. HunteA., th&nxLe. we^t aJjong. ^aAxL -Line. thAjoixgh 
2a fin Po-LlxvtcU Jjind, ihsnoe. we^it on the. Iajic heMjje.zn RoheA.t IdaadL anxi SVjoa 
To-LLoAxL, thence, we^t an the. JUne. beMi:een 'J^hn Uaad. and Be/vjjjjrUn £xmi}^A., thejvzjs. 
wcyit on the. 'Line. heMjje.en. Ben^jjjTiln Laujt^^A. and the. e^itate of. fisuVvew Steiaoytt de- 
cea<iexi, thence, uj&^t an the. tine. heAue-en John Hai^ and 2^hn §. Shads., thence, 
we^t an the. JUuie. hetueen. Ihoaa^ ^JxhnJuiyian and 'pahn 7nAjz.d tLL tt tnJje.^e.Cyt the. 
Aoad teaxLing. piom. CLaij^utLLe. to SattLLLa. fltonys 7. 'ktbs.i^, lilanAA^an Cf.o^idan 
and EJUydha Q-. -^oen ap^atnt&d utumeJLA* 

JjLiLe. Teaaoe ap-ptttcd to the. BooAxi p3^ a -tcXecMe piam wo^ikAnq. on the. pxtbtlc 
h.ighwai^ /o/t the cuAA.ent i^exut, and tt ap-fie.aAtnQ. ta the. yiatAyipicAJxin at the. 
BooAd that 4atd Teaqxie. wa<> not ahte. ptom. Jjoditij. tn^mttij. to p-py^^Am. ^eJW'lcc 
on the. hAj^hujoi^ and that. he. wayi too p.oo'^ ta /xag. the. cxDrxruitation ttieAJz^po^, he. 
wa.6 AeJjea^ed acjCja^xLlnqJjj, anttt thz l.<it of. Pilaij., i85^' 

fijjonyi 7. 'ktiejg. pXeyienteA. a p.et>Ltlan pAmulnq fxi-t a chanae tn that pjjAt of, the 
findJieia X^JJmA, and CLLptip UlLLL ^load .that taipi hetws-en Hen-liL H. 'J^g/Ltrfjj.<i and 
the top. of the CLLfti/. hilt on the ec^t, and tacate. -the 4a.m. on the tine. Ajunntna 
weyit fAjom H.H. 'J/i<p'lJjijgyi hoLOie Jjetixteen Q.0ytdon and Rtteuj. and H.»H. V^gyitgxyi tit 
tt tnteAyiecA. the. Bona njoad. llaAhantct ?, P.latheA., ^ahn Pajo and ^aaed BtcckueAt 
ap.p.otntcd i/tsmeA^. 

Sa/nuet CautLtnif Jo-aep/i ilioo^jz. and W'ttqh-t ^i-tacy., ojho ucJie. ap.pjo inted ta A,e.ateu 
that fic.'ittan of the. 7 ■^ie.dp.^ick.^hwiq. and Hit. Ca/'rjnct Axjad that tatj^ hetuyeen tt^i 
tnt^Ayiecttjon ujtth ttie Cax''6 7eJiAij. and Satejn 'toad and -it/i tnteA.yie.ctian cj-ith 
the RndAJZJLJ Xetta/i and GLif,tg. [P.-ilt AJsad neaA. H.H. 'j^qAtqjcui made. .'le.p.oAJ:. that 
/iOAjd .section of .toad t^ of no piiJjttc iitLUMj. and t^ o^t.deAe.d wacate-d, 

Se-pJ^ 9, T853: T84 potLi tn ii.^J3icn turp. <x<3 A.eAMAned. hif a<3-oe^<30-t, 'pxtioyi tS.Z^Licoe. 
iLcjneyi of cJJiA-^enyi of 'le44-^JiAan tourn^htp p^taiftng. ta he. <iet off fAjom. 'j-cffeJi^on 
txjujmhtp. to B'toun tawnchtp fa-t ^chaot pu^'ipa^e^i: JcAie^ fR, 5/^cocoe, dt^beth 
BAt^coe, Ben-joTxtn u'.ay., a.f. liiojj., ttVum. Ka^ca, PohzAt IdcJlccJjj., Wttttani We^oneA., 
'jje^^e. B'town, 'jxsJie/i C. 7tejHAjm., LJtt.Liafn. Co.lnetA. and li^ttLiam. uheeteA.. Stajted 
tif, Dcntet ^ Banta, F'te^. ooald a^ T^liuite.e.i of Jeffc'^on tup. and O-aaac 
lIldZLa^h^, .toujn^htp Clc'tL. 



Sept., l4, 'l853-' Add.Ltianat tiyit of peyVion^ tAancfeAAed piam. 'j.e^eAy6on tonTuihtp- 
ta B^rawn toujmhtp. fo't /ichoot p-uApj^^ey^: QeO'tqe. (^oAd^hi^., Thonioi HoLieA, Lxuzj-i. 
HotteA., LoLitia TuAneA., 



C-BuAjj., Scfi^. 7^, 1853: fl-P- fflatft^t, John. P-la and 1mi&^ Bladkjui&XL ujiia jje^te ! 

app-o-lrvte-d to y^cew a cAange. -In ihe. PjxcPlsmj KeMlaA. anxL GLL^M^ fiUJJ, Jioad p.eAyitloruji \ 
p3A, -bij, fl.7 . ZLLci^ and atheA^ ^le.pxt'Lt tticU. ^ald chanqje. waivLd be. o^ pxUrtlc lUaJJJu^! 
BooAd AJvejx. gA£Uvte.d chang.e.. J 

R.7, Ji-Liej^, £.$. ^a^n. and III. Q-o-tdon wfio ure^uz. ap.fxo-inte.d to uZcmj a chang.e. -in i 

■the, Dndle.'^ JqaAjj, and Wtie-eAj^A.* 4 (ilLLL Axiad o/i fxJJJAone.d pin. Jjy, IJ^-LLLiam ShiUAyi \ 
and otheA^ A^p.aAA. thwt 4ald chanq.e. wawLd -be. o-fL pjuJj-Lic. ittLLUj/.. booAd then j 

gAantexL chcng-e. oo psUjow^: he-qAnnlnq. on the. AaAq-s. exi/it o-fL the. Aji/itdjtnce. a-f. ; 

U'LLLioM SfiwLti, thence. ^utnrUng. ^aathmeyit one. ktmxOie.d and tuiztue Aadc, thence. i 
yaouMieoyit eJjjhtif. eAx^ht nx>d^ to tnt.eJvtecA. the. old -^ad at Ticln Oie.ek.. \ 

At the .'L&q.LLeyit o/ £.5' S^f-^» ■iu.pj*AJ/-Ldo.'i. a^ ^iJoadA -in dLitAA^ct, 5 tA. ujo-i a^xLcAeji 
tfuU. the pxi/it of. the Cx>xe'^ TeAAjj. and SateJi. Aoad tailing, tn yiotd dLoVoLc^ 5 \ 

■Oe taken o-^ ^aAxL dLc-lAAjcA, and oAMia'ix.d to di^-ULlcA 2. \ 

A. 7, R-Liet/.f C.Q.. Qoen and iti. <^oAdan ujIxo we^te ofipLO-inted to u-Leio a tovjri/itUfL \ 

hLghwoi^ OA peAyLtujrt&d -{^xjA, bi^ ^. denmp and atheA^ tse^paAjtexf. that thejj. had utezced. 
'iame and that 'dOAji Ajjod tJ^ eyitabiJ.^ke.d ujoatd be o^ fiabtlc LttLUM}.. A nattan 
to .a&t o/i-ide. the. -iOAjd peytLtLan and utcMjeA^ ■tep.o-'it, oujtng. to a dL^e-ts-cnce. -in 
the. de>ic:AA.pAUjon o/ the Ajoate. o/ 'ioAd fioad In the p.eJ>Ltion. and u-ieMieA^ Aepo-^, 
tcfa^ made, bi^ John PottoAd thAough 2atjaA. B, Chtld, tiA^ LaumeZ; which tnotAxsn 
wa/i, ufion due conyitdeAobtion, ot/eAAoLed bij. t/ie boa^'id, Oixi-uvj to the. tmu^^Lc- 
■Lenci.p 0^ the. -^aAd ftcp-O'tt tn de^cAAMtnq. the. ajsuMz. o/. the Kaad the. I'tewcJiyi wzAe. 
Aeq-UAAed to airiend theJji ^.po^utf deyiCAAJjtng. the. 'toad bq. cauA^e and dOi-tance: 
0hZcA aniendment hat/tng. been made, and ^itgncd bij. CQ.. Qacn and [P.. Qo^tdon (P..7. 
'kAAejj. beJjtg. ab^ientj the. BoaAd cancuAA.cd tn the /jatd Ae.fio-xA. a^ emended, KoipoL 
B. OhJJjd then jiAe^erUbs.d a ^uinarviVumce. o/. John Pa-tioAd and otheA^ cyiLlna the. 
BaoAd not to gAarU. the. pAaixeA. o/ /yoAd p-etAJUon o-^ dennlp and. otheA^: ichLch 
'ienamtAance., po-t urant of. ,'iiitctc.iencip wo^ dLimt^-ne-d, ^a /c^ a^ -Lt AxicjoAded 
the. pAaijjc^ 0^. -icAd p.eAJAAx>n: bat John PoLLaAuL being. pAe.o&nt, and on the 
piAAh o/ /iaJjd ^ler^-on^tAance ctaiirUng dcsnaqe^ an account ot the tocation o^ t'le. 
Axiad thAatigh ht^ -Land, a ■tcu-ieuj o^. trie paAt that iai^ on Po-LLaAdd band iroi, 
o-tdeA.ed and UiMLiam. EobeAt^an, 7ho,'ria^ fiU ll-ichot^ion and [ilLLton fuantg.Oi-zeytLL u^eAue 
ap-p-otnted to malce the. fijeute'is and axi-^e/^ the damaai/i -i^ cing.* 



C-BuAq., Sept. 13 1 l853: A. 7. Ptteij. appealed and conca-iAcd. in and .^tnncd tlxe. 
Axipa-tt a^ anended bij. !R. Cjj.tdon and £.$. Qoen of, the irteu o/ a Aoad pcAJJiAJsnea 
p}Ji bq. P. denng. and otheAA. 

A.7 . PtLu}. p'te^ented a petUUxin o/ ^aJd P-iLetj. and 29 ottieA^ pAagAjxg pi A. tne 
tocutA,on o-fL a taumhia hiqhu-ag co.-rLmri-dng. oA. OLi/iti/. riLlt, th.eA.e to ■L'J.^'i.^cct 
the Ca7ipMetb6buyig -toad and ■tun lmMl -it to oppa-c-iyte AbneA, f,lctheA.'-6 djeJJJjxj, 
■pjAMcAjjj. owned bij. SaiiueL Ba^tnoAd; thence we^it th-toagh the ■LanxLi o^ -ioAd :1ct.he-t. 



Jchfi UaiLgJtn, ^o-aepA LoMJi^eyt, UZLLlcwi B. Tecigjie., IhanicLi QaeJi, Joseph. UZl^on/T. 

and the. wldxiw C^aaJjiy UteAe. to Ajit&xoe.cA. the. Bono and SaltLllo fLoad. (Ti-LUian 

[Uantt^ameAJ^t UtAJMm Jio-beAt^on and Jhonwyi IR, flicha-Uan ap-pxi -uht&d ud^h:eyi^. 

Atleji W. B-tatun., SiLp&xu-LdoJi o^ ^load^ In dLitAyicA. 2, Jvs^-iqne-d an (hxq.. 24, i853 

on, ac^cou/vt o^ hoj-ing. m.aue.d oat o^ the. aauntif. and -te.cxjnunsnde.d the ap^o-lrLtm.ent 

0^ Thonuz4 IR. rUchat^an to PCLL oat the t/acc/Lc//, whtch l/i cxsruuiAAjZ-d in bij. the. 

BoaJuU 

k.m, B^Uiwn at the 4am.e tUne pLLed wtth the. CieAk. hbi acjuoant o-^ $1 , po^ waAn- 

Inq. hanxLi /o-l 7 doi^ and $2. piA. ot/eA^ee^ing. hand^ fjo^ 2 dajp^, BoaAd aLiau:eA. 

onJjj. §1. -fLaJt bJoArung. oat haruLi, 

SujimaAij, o/ tne. enum.eAa.tyian o-f, chyLidAen tn. the tooiruihlp.: 

14S nLole^ h<z.ttueen 5 and i3 and i02 ihoAjs^ betueen 13 and 27, total 250. 

732 {,emcJjSyi b<ULje.en 5 and i3 and 65 -beMc^cen i3 and 2i , total of. i97. 

447 to tat chJJjlAen -beJMjeen 5 and 2/ y.ea/^ o^ ag.e -in the touyn^htp., 

C-BiUg,, Oct, 17, 1^53: Thomas ill, flic/io-Lion, tJUJJ-ajn. Ro-beAAyion and fPMJjon 
fllont.g.oirLey'uj. wteiJeA^ o-f. a ^usad p.zAJjtinne.d po^ tnp 'R.» dzrunj. and otheA^ Axmning. 
thAoagh. the. land of. "Jxshn FatLoAd A.ep.o.>ut that PoLLoAd Z4 da.7iag.&d to tne a'liaant 
o-f Si 5* Upan. due cjon^tdeAatAjan., the BoaAd did not heAJjpxrs. the -ca.-Ld. .^ad to 
he of yiu44Jj:Jj^.nJi geneAal. pjuJjIajz. uAJAaJjj. to -^jjuitlpj. then tn o^eAtng. the Si 5. 
to be poAd. oat of. the taumyihip. tAexi^a^ieg., 2, DeruuL then r,tade. the ntottan. tAct 
■If. tfi-e pi.tLttoncyt^ uouAd pag. tne BoaAd the. $i5' dcj-iiag.e.^ the. Axiad yihouAd. be 
gAanted btj. the. BoaAd, The. BoaAd tficn concxiA^, uhpA.eup.on Dcruv}, paAxL the S i5' 
and tlie. ■'laad laa^ o-tdeAed opene.d 25 fesA. wtde., 

T.Ul. nichohion, liltUJAam ^cbeA^on and liUAJjon i"lantg.om.e'>u^, irt^jxieA^ of. a ^laad 
peAAJM)ne.d fo^ by. fi.,7 , RHeii and otheJoi Ae.po^zt a^o fo-LLou;^: CoanencAng. cA. 
CLlftg. filtLL and ^Jinnlnq. op the liAJUi the waij. the Koad nou -tu/M -in a. nO'Vth ecA-t 
dlAecJiAJin, then.c.e. ^umning 40uth of thz ttp of the htJU. ttA. tt tnteA^iecA^ t'^.e 
CarLpbellyiban.g ^coad, tJxenee. atorug yio^ld Kjoad to the. fanm. fo ■irL.eAJjp ouimd by. 
SaniieJ.. BaAna/id, thence Planning due ue^it to jix/ie^ta tt tnteA^cecAyi the. CAxupyiu-LLUi. 
and Bono ^wad at, the iJtdauy Qaaixii, beAng two atid one. tuuLf. rriAJieyi pton CLLftjg. 
IlLLLi and that yioAA. -fLoad woatd be of pabtlc attUAAjj., Hoad ofideAjed op.ened 25 
fjezA ujtde., 

flppAAjcatAon of 7homayi fil. ULchohion, ^ape'U/t^io^ of -toadi In dLitALeA 2, thoA 
the. tAjsji/ta^ieA paJi to him. oAA. the monej^. patd tnto the. t.texi'da^ An cx>rvruitaAAon 
fo^ taJjo^ on the. tiAjghiaayy^ tn dLitAAcA 2. 



C^BuAj, 7^. 6, 1854: 

John PoyottewaAAe. pa-id 'i^50. fjo^x. teaching -dchaot 2 aonthi tn dLit^xAcA^ 2. 
7ho!7ux/i IR, fUchotyion paAjd 55. fO'l <3C'ti''tce^ o^i yitLpe^'u.'t<iO''i. tn dLiiAAcA, 2. 
?.y. 'i.exm poAd Si. fo^z o e^ur-cce^ An dLitAicA 2. 



£.^, gocn. fxaJA 525.25 ^O'^ 4eM/-lng, oyi ^ufieAiz-Uo-t -in. (ibit, 5 and t/^ieM-ing. Axioxia. 

[R, Qo^idan. pcud 53,75 po^ i/leu'tng. and athe.A, ^c^tv-cce^. 

•^fuL ?Ko p.cUd Si, poA, ^am.e.. 

a.?. [RaAJieA. /xcUd 57. /o-t ^am.e, 

S^iloyi ToLLoAd, ConyitcubLe., fxoAxi ps.eyi o/ 5^.22. 

'Jjohn To-LLaAxi fi>ie^ejxte,d. a peAJJJMn. o{. -ceJ^ and. a-theA4 pAun/AJig. tfte. BaaAd to 

uacjote. the. tourn^hZp. fiZghucu^ -iexuxdlng. piom. CcmpijeAM^-buAjq. to the. CLat^i/t^LLe. -end 

SattLLLo -icad. The. p&tttyion ua/i dA^tnl/^^ed at To-LLoAd' -6 cjo/it on the. gytound 

that the. ytoAA. njoad had not been. op.ene.d, theAje.^0^, the. fueAAAAxin ua^ conyitde/ted 

pAeinatwie., 

T-obz^Jt T. ThtfLp^ pAe^ented a p.eAJJUan o-f. ^oAd rhi^p^ and otheA^ pAMi^Ajxg. p}A. 

a chanxpz. tn the. Satem. and Uhlte. R-U/eA -toad a^ -f-o-LLouj-^ :; begJjuttnq. at yjoAd 

Phlp.fUi yitahLe. end AnnnAna noAth to ']aj:ne^ B^Ia^coc-c -Limz, tfience. uz^t a-LcruZ ysatd 

tAJte. ta tnteA^e.cA. ^aMi Ajoad ujh&Ae. tt naoy cAxi-i-deyi -iotd tAne.. Stm.e.on TatJxLtd, 

Jiatph BogJjz. and 2,fL, CajnpJjeAJ- o^ixLeAed to uteMJ <ia4.d Aoad. 

2e.pxi^ a{. lotin To^tte^oAAe., t^acheJi o^ school 2 /o-t l853-5^: 

SchooL cammence-d deoe/nM^A 5, io53 and oLo^cd ^e^i-o^n Jan. 27, lS5^r. 

9 mxiLe. ytchotat^ -beAwe-cn. 5 and i3 end 9 ■OeAujja.en 1 3 and 2/ -^oA a to tat ot ic. 

77 ^sMoteyi ■beAwe.en. 5 and 1 3 and i iretween. ij and 27 /o^t a to tat o^ 12. 

7 matxi /ichotaA adnUAAod 2.4 u^eoAyi o^. aq.e.. la tat o^. 3i ^ichataA/i, 

Boohi LLied: dauteyi end r-iJce^ K.iAAJinie.tAjc, UJeM^teAyi ^peAZeA. and u)atJceA<i 
,««*****»»««*«» ^:'D'lcAAx}nc.'Xip. 
7cJb. lO, 1854: RzpoAt of. EAinood LlndLeuj., te-ccftcA o/. ^choat 4 /o-*. iS 53-54: 

Cjomjrience.d Dec. 72, l853 and cAa^ed Te-b. 8, id 54 {.oA a totat o-f. 43 dai^. 

45 yicho-LoAyi adrriAAA^d dfjAtng. tJre. teAm.. 

1 6 mateyi beAueen. 5 and l3 and i4 bcAxiyzen. i3 and 2/. 

8 ■^em.aLe/i hcAween 5 and. i3 and 7 pica i3 to 2/. 
flLre.Aaq.e. nunbeA tn dattii at-tandumce. : 35. 

BAancheyi taught.: AtphabeA, O'tAhociAapAg., 'Rdadlnq., W^'vitAjig, /l^'lAAiha.e.tLc end. 

LnqAA^h ^-lanMiaA, 
BooLi Lu>e.d: C^o o d^ltchcy^ Re.adeA^, LJe-b-iteA.^ ^peA^Lc^^, Dai/tci hllAAJirieAjji., ana. 

buAi.LeA^ g.^lannaA. 
45 piipAAyi engaged -in ^fie.tAAng, 38 tn ■te.acUng, i3 tn u-lAAAng, i3 tn aAAAh- 
PieAAc and 2 -in gAamitiat. 

7eM. 1 5, 1854: RepoAt of. T.obeAA. S. Xnox, te.achcA o/. school 7 f^-t i8 53-54: 
Car.vnen.ccd Dec. 72, l853 and ended feM, 8, i854, teyln of, 2 months. 
54 -dchatoA^ admAAAjed dtulAng teytn, 
l8 ntoAeyi age 5 to i3 and. 9 fAon i3 to 2i . 

17 lejnaAjc^ pixax 5 to i3 and 5 -fAo^ i3 to 2i . 



RueAajj^e. ruunbeA. -in. cLoaAjj. oAJi-efidance. : 30, \ 

BAxmcAo^ taught: SfieJJMig., ^ejidlaq-^ bJ^JJUng., g&a gAupMf, , rUtthneJUc^ | 
tiooLa u^e.d: WeM^teA^d 4p.eJJ.&^, ^aocLttc/vi ^lexvdeA., Olnex^ q&oqAjiiphi^, arm 

JiateA^ and Bair-ie^ aAAMia&ttc,. : 

54 pufUt^ ejxgjig.e.d tn -cfieXLlng-t 33 -iri -teadAjig., 8 tn. waAAJjuj., 3 exicJx. -in '< 

g.ex} gAxiphij, anxL aAyithm.eAAxi^ \ 



I 



7e/7. l8, 1854: Re.p.aAJ, o^ 'jabe-j. H. fUxon, te.acheA, o/ ^chao-l 6 p3't i853-54: [ 

ComLefLoexL Dec. 5, '853 and ende.d TeJj. i, l854, teAm o^ 43 daif^, \ 

85 'ichotaA^ adnuXtdd da/Ung, teAsri, j 

20 iwoAjz^ pLom 5 to i3 and 28 pLoni i3 to 2i , i 

23 -^anale^ pio.n 5 to i3 and li piani l3 to 2/. \ 

AueAanq.e. rwinJjcA, -la daxJjp oAAcndajvc^: 56 and 81/86. | 

BAancAe^ taught: /ILphabet, -ap-eJAJjig., -te-odtng. u-ttttng^, a^iAJJvxQjJj:., gJumncA.- \ 
and ThAJjo^ophjp. 

Boo hi u^ed: Q.oodttcAe^ ^e.adj&JUi, falkeA^ and tad^w^e/pi 4 th /?.eadeA4, HauteyC 
aA.Lthm.eAJjc, B-towvi gAxmunaA and Carruitocha PhLLoyiOfihg,, 

85 piipJAyi ejigjige.d -ux-^eAMing, 50 -in ^tejidAng, 25 tn u-ttttng, 20 -in aAAthsis^^'^c 
4 -in gAamnia/i and I -in phUjo^aphif, 

7eJb. 23, 1854: 'Re,p-oAA. 0/ lohn L, Stcx^aAA, t^adxeA. ol school 3 p3^ 18 53 -54: 
53 ^chataA^ admJAA^d du^'Ung. te^lni. 
16 puile/i picn 5 to i3 aiuL I 1 pioni l3 to 2i . 
14 psMiaJie^ piam 5 to l3 and 1i piom. i3 to 21. 
fii'eAxigQ. numJjeA. tn at^tandjinc^: 2B» 
BAanxih^-i tanglvt: O-^thog/uzpJ'tg., ^tejydlng, by^AtAng, oAAthrieAAx:,, geocAjxphg, cli 

aAxDrwicA.. 
Boohi u^ed: 'JeM^teA^i 4>paXAj?a^, Cotuuh-lan O'tatoA., t,ooG(/^icA^ fi-Lit, iL.il. , 

dautc^ A'lAMiw.eAA^c, ido^^o^ g.e.ogAa^vj. and. BuAAjeA^i gAa'w.a^z. 
53 pJipAAyi engaa<2.d tn yip-AtlAng, 16 -In ■^ceadtng, 2. -in gdogytaphg, 30 tn lylAAA/i.-;. , 
20 'in a-tttJuncAAc and. 2. -in LngLi^ih gAxun/naA, 
Jiep.o/iA. 0/ J-ohn 1). Jhoapyion, te.acheA. o^ ^cJiaot 5 p^-t l853~54: 

Comxisncjzd, i)cc, 5, 18 53 and ende.d 7eAj. 8, l854, tcAm. 0^ 2 mnrvthyi, 5'^ dau^. 

88 ^cAotaA^ adriAAited duAtng. the. teAin., 

25 cuaAjz^i puom. 5 to l3 and 18 piom i3 to 2/ (l beAng. 2l i^JiaA^ old) 

28 piiaxhie^ ptan 5 to 1 3 and 15 Pl^m. 1 3 to 2/ (/ h^tntj. 27 g^a.^4 old) 

AueAage. numJjeA. tn doAAj'. attendance.: 5l. 

B-tanche^ taught: i>peAA.ing, Rzadltuj., U-ttAAng., A.'itt'ine.t.Lc., QeogA^cfihiL. 

BooLi u^e.d: Uebyite^l^ <:pelA,eAyi, Qaadyttchi ■teade.-'i^f PtLe and Vauteyi A-'vUJ'l- 

neAAa, SmAAhd geogAaphg., CfOodAAjzh<t fA^tO'lij.. 
47 pitp^LLi tn yipeAAAsug, 63 tn heading, 47 tn ujMAAAng, 1 tn altt/'fi.eAAxL, 
1 2 in geogAaphg. 



HtUm. UJ. B^wn p-cuixL Si, /o-tme^t^ aJJ-X}txie,d hi^ BooaA, 

LLwoad LirtcLUjj. fiaAA $50, poA. tzxichAnq. ^cJwol 2 aarUh^. 

^fui £, St&ujaAJ:. " " " 

%,d. Jhxjntpyion tt n n 

'kobeJiX S. Jjwx " " " 

J.,H. nixan " " " " 

T.m. D-Uon " " " " " " " 

2ohjx d. Thoinpyiort $l8.50 p^n. tAxuit&e. ^sjujlce^. 

lacah 'kobeAA^ 5/7. /o-t Vuiyi^^ ^eAJU-ix^^, 

Co^JUtUi B^urn $l8,50 p3A. Vndy&te.e, AeAJulcji^, 

'kobpjU. dejuu^ $25.^9 p3'l CUJik. ^cAy-LCC^. 

SaitLoeU. C£uUJUjv6 S l .75 /o'^ cr-UjLJ-lna hJjjhjjjcuj. and ca^h. pcUd auut, 

7eJj. P7, l85A: 2(ifionJL of- 7M, JJ^on, texLchcJt o/. ^cfioo-l I {jo^ i853'5^' 
Comjn.efice.d Rai/, l4, 7S53 and ended %an. i3, iS54, -tc'to o^ 2 months. 
SchoJjoJi^ adruLtte.d duAAnq tC'Vn: 53' 
15 maLe-4 pwm 5 ^ l3 and 12 pioni i3 to 2/. 
74 lemale^ ^Jioix 5 -to l3 and 3 aqeA /3 -to 2/. 
flueJioxj-e. da-LUp a^tt&ndanoe.; 28. 

B^ancAeyi i^xLohA.: A-cxidAnq,, w^AJUnq,, ^fieJJJjiq. and aA^UJwie^tlc, 
BooLi LUied: ZJj2jn.e.rLtaAij, yip.eH&A, EnxpLLih. JicaAeA. and Raij^ and dau-ie.yi 

C-BuAj^, IRaJicA. 3,' 7<§54: j£>hn Po^LLaAd and Scwia/zZ Kaij^ pu , Ha^ ^zcuAaJjj,, aapjza 
be^-te. Jjown^tU-p. cUje-tJc ^obe^tt dcnntf. and. p.a-6-t6 band o-fL 2200, and o^fiejxl^ t/ii 
de.CyOi'ian, of. ih& BoaAjd to ofien tne. tawn^hA-fi tU/jhuaip dunning. thJumqh k-bi bend, 
to the. OonunA^^jton&Ayi) of Ua^hMigJjon Coantu, 

Me^iUJ>i of. an cls-cAJjon ficiLd at. ult, CaJitneJ, on kpAAJ.. 3, tS5^i r 

7a^ "JiiotAjce. of the. Pexiac: fi.'P. P,latheA.~60 ; c;e.o^.^e ft.. P.oyienhausii-H. 

lO't tounvihip tAwitee: Jhofuvton Co^uu.c<>JJ,-59 ; PabzAt. ft.. Ca%[xbcJJ,~^5, 

TofL township. cJjzAh: 'J.olm PoyitU.ejuyaJjte.-b8; Pa-Os^tt. I)enntj.-35' 

7oJl townyititp. tJiea^uJijeA.: SainjjueX, Q,aiLikAjui-50-; Ttiana/i iR. n.l£hob6on~44. 

7on. ConyitabLe: Joseph !u00'te-5S; 'pidc^on P.lonJjg.om.eAJL}.-A6; Hemij. Sh.ade.-1 . 

7oA. Ajoad ^up.e'Ur^O/M.* 

dl^t^ 1 — WbLLlcjn. DobylAsu].-9 ; J^vu. lJtie.eLsJi-2. 

" 2 — P.-Lchald WK.eelfiA.-l . 

" 3 — Sat/td- Pa^l.te.'i-T . 

" 4 — 'JjUJJjvn. B. 7eaqj±e-4. 

" 5 — lilaAytt^on QO'tdan~3. 



D-oit. 6: S-iMeon, Po-LLa^-20 ; Itiamxia TouA^-b; Qeo.-1/^e. S-tJzwaAA.-^, 
" 7 : HenAJj. fRan.tsj^'tan-J ; Berv^-anUn. Laiijy-eA.- 1 . 
'p34hwi B^aum. pxeyiejvt&d. a rwite, gAJ/en. -bi^ ifie. iAxL4-te.syi o-/^ o^^JjiajioA. ^choo-L cLoi^- 
JiAjzA. 3 (pA^e^e/vt ^cJtoo-L 6J -^a^l pmcU to campAjeA^ -t/ie -ccAao-L /loooe utvich. yihau:&d 
a hatanoe, o^ Si 8. 70 urfvlch wcyi o^tde^exL to he. pxiAxL. 
Co^ikMoi B^aum. pcUd Si. p^A, /s eAy-cce-d cm Jrvip^oto-t at eAe.cJUaru 
"Jjicab MoheAyti " " " " " JuxLq-e. " " 

^,D. T/tornfiyian. " " " " " " " '' 

'kabeAA. dznjvj, " " " " " CLeAk. " " 

']x)hn. To^tLejjjoAJj^ " " " " " " " 



C-BuJLQ., /lp.Vil 10, 7(^54: RoM} o^Jjzj&ju, ^wonn asl bu. 'kaijxU. 8. OuML 

koij-at B, CJvLid p.cuid Si 5 -/SO -f-O-t p^xi^eyi^-lanat ae.cU.ca-L yi,&AJj-Lc&/i, 

'ke.zua/i and F^w paAA S5» -^o^-l ■fjirLeAxU. expen^e^ o^ paoA,, 

hcmJji CyZe.&n^ poAA S6, a^ ^upeAirt^a^ o-^ cLLi-VuxA, 4. 

'psivx U. 2a.6QnJjaum. pcuxL 36.50 a<3 -a^oe^iiz-c^o^ of cU^it^lct i, 

Co^tiUn^ B-lown. e.-OzcJ^d 'FAj^yi-iaznt o/. the. Boa/id ^ovt oixe. y-eo/t .piom. thJ^ date., 

UlU CaAneMj Rp^'cU ll, l85<^: 

D^. L.fil.C. Rejmart patd 'S l7 . f-ot. medtcxU. ate/idance. on {.amJMj. o^ 'j^e^^if ■'t^h.e.eU.e.'l. 

" " " " 57. py-^ ^cme y^a-t [RaAij. HaneA^tej;., a poo^ ijyanian. 

F, and. 7. PAxJiot^an. patd h-^.25 P^^ buA^ioL cxpsJVie. u^tth. lilcMj, Hajn.eyt-6te.ij.. 
Id-LLLyian. XobeAAyion paJxL Bi. to-t u-iejjj-ui'j. 'load. 

Co/iLinyi BAcum. pxitd S2.40 pj-t btv^iat o-fi a poo^ icoirum, ujh.o dlxid at Tdoaa-c HaAtJ^.^ 
FeJieJi ntcha-Loan pd. $2.50 tn. -LoMnpcA.-^ -faeyi -ax (joy^e., B-'vown. tup. a^. TL-i-texi H.Qo:^'- 

" " " SlS.^U -py-t -^e-UT'Lce^ cm tcwnyitvLp -tUta/mJieA.^ 

S ettl-emesuL with FeA,eJi lUxJwL6orL: S 188.47 ^i^'Loiru -Ltl tAjejx-iuJvj. to be. patd oyet 
■to /pu) <jacce^-io-^, Sam.aet. CaiUJtta-i. 

'John. Fa-itleMJatte. pd. Sib.'J'l -p:^^ ejci^ta ^ e-^y-ccc-:) whtte. texicJ-Unq, ^ichoot 2. 
'Jchri L. Stewa/U:. pd, ^cjne. -pD'X ^o-Tie ^Aa'jon, 
lax a-f, 7c on each Si 00. -Leu/-le.d -ps-t town^ititp and -toad poApoyiCyi, 

flit, Ca-iineJ-., 'JiUjl 3, l854: FeAyoUjon of, u]tLLla.ri Robc^ttyion. and 1 8 otfteA-i /x>-t a 
-towiiyihlp -ixiad conunencAwj. at Cl-t, Ca-laitt, -t/vence. -Uuznlnq. Lccyit on tlxe. -Ltne. di- 
u-idtncp taiuLi beJjjna-ing. to Hat^lt/ion and Tho-inton Co-imueAA untyoL tt cor.eyi to 
-the. Branch -tivtnLng. weyit of. the. qAaJjx ijaAd., -Uxejvcje. a ■<ioathhicyiteAJ.ij. d^^te.Cytyia n 
on -the. tandi o-jL T/io-mtan Co-tixiceAA. and 'Dn., L.^.C. llejj.-n.an untlt ^U. -intey-u: ecA^ 
the old Axiad teading. to Bona, Lcie.ie.nce. Ccuntii-, Ond. , -to cyXxyy^-o-in-j. at Cttpti 
OiceJc. A.U. BAawn, Utttla'n. fdcCyLintocL and Ru.tjn fP.ontg.a.mA.u, appo-intcd utejj:z--iyi. 
Upon Aepo-lt of u-ijexceAiyi at yiane. ^ey3^<on Axjad t-i oA-deJicd -to be. opened 25 feeA. 
ojlde.. To Aim ^^ mAte, ^otLthue^teyxAjj. piani .^t. Ca-'-^ieA -to oto^^-m^: at UU^^Uj^ Ct^zX 



^ha H. li}U4x>ruj, p.d. 32.50 /o^ /xtcX p-iAJvUh&d ^chaa-L 4 p3^ l853 and. i854. 
Sufxe^u/A^O't 0^ (LLiVU-cJ:. 7 -i^ aAAeA.e.d to cult out cuLi kanxLi and ofien. -that p^,rt 
of. 4Jie. ^ioad p.eJUAAnrie.d po^ irtj, Ro-UeAA. Denwj. and oifie^^ piam. Canp^eJJ^buA.g. ure^t 
to -co-tc/l^eot th-e. CLcu^t/ttle. and HcuLtoLLo Ajoad, 



Sept, 2, 7854: ^hn Po^tUh;cU.te. ^te^tgn^i od CLcaJc of the. toLurvifitp. and J,ahn t. 
RobeAAyi -Li ap.p.o-avts.d and yiujo^in. tn. bi^ L.IR,C, Reji^Juxuu 



Hit, CortneA,, Oct, 2, l854: dauld C^^us,en and o-Uxo.-'u, fi^tLtlan loft a chanq.e -in 
ihz njoa-d teMdAn^g. piom CLtpbj. WJJA. to O^ttexm^ bcij^inntng. at the. pxitnt w.'i^le. 
/iatd ■toad texuL'eyi the. tinyz bctice.cn ^a-id Dairtd C/iceui aixd ricrv'uj. It), LTti^aa -in 
^ad dA^ViAxJt no, 4 and 'ivnntrhy. weyit oAorug. /ioAd tine. unt^U.. tt tntcAyCiccti ■^oAd 
Ajoad when -Lt ^AuAMyi to 4,otd tine. "John. Link, J^/m. V, 7lia!np.can. and JijJirui 
[Hanahan appo-uvted irteMJCAyi), 
Rabc^ fi., CanpJjoAtf 'Ratph Bagte., and ^AJiieon. PoltoAd poAd Si, each ^/t uteMjtri.-^, 

At a co/iiLat ixcctinq. of. the BoaAd tn RoueiribeA. a-f. lS54 tt uoyi O'td.eA.cd that 
theAxi be a ■dchoot e^taJjLoihed., to be nj.iMibeA.ed 8. 

fit a cxnaaA. nieetL^q. o/ -t/ic BoaAd on. dec 20, i854, 'John. L. ?..obeAA^ ua^ pxbid 
56. pifL -takAnq. the enmicAation. o.^ cliAJdAen. to. the touyn^ihip. and S2, lO poA 
^eAjj-ice^ a4> cteAk, and ^taAAjoaoAi^ pjAnA^lxed, 

Rt a coyCiwA. meeting, of the lioaAd feb. 1 2, i855 Thomas fi, 2obeAt/i ujo^ poAd. 
S50, /o^ teacJiAj-LO. ^chaat I pon. 2 montlK) oA 43 dcuj^, 

Teb. l7 , 1855: 'J.alm £. T.obcAt^ -le^inn^ oa Cle-lk a-jL toLca-ihip. HenAjj. Jiabe^tt^oi. 

appointed tn. tU^ pta.ce bi/. the. Baoytd and .owoAn. tn. bg. E..fR,C. fleipium. 

TetJJUan, of. HcnA^j. RobcAtcaiv and i7 ciheA^ .fLoA a cJiaruge tn. fui ■toad teadJnq. 

pica HenAjj, RobiAt<ionA .to .the SpaAhc Jcaajjl toad conxtencAn^g on. the. tap of. th.e 

httl neoA. Qotd.6bii.'.6 illiAA., at the tine beifjeen. 2abeA,U>on. and LxiAAjve Lena, ther. 

along. Luxe -ioiUh. un-tAt ti. co.ne^ to tlie tine between /iatd ZobetAycan and Qeo^t-ze 

?M/i^ett, .t/ience we^t a^Long the tine unttt tt tn.teyVi ect<i fuz Coxe^i Jc't^ug. ^uoad. 

K.H. l/^g^xAgjg, Jrioaa^ Liatheu; and 'Jx^hn. d, Thonp^on., appotnted. vteieeA^, 

7ke. change tn. the CIAJAjj. f:UAA. to O^Juccn^ toad pe.tULion.ed pot. ti eyitabttiked, 

7'tancA.6 HoAneA. pa-id S50. foA teack-ing ^choat no. i pot. 2 aonAJvi. 

J-oaoc tSA.eM:eA " " " " " " 3 " " " 

llathcntet P, flictheA " " " " " 6 " " " 

[TiO^rAtian. got.dan pd 54. fo-t ^apetirt^ing. ^^ad d-LitiAjz^t 5, 

^■tta^ roPio/td pd 75c foA ^eAixtng. notice on. -toad utcLcc^Xyi, 



^-iae-on, fa-LoAd p.d. S2. ^o^ yiap.&Av-l^-inj ■^oad dyUi-Oi.-LCyt no. o. 

^^Cfih. iiloo^ic pd 57. /o/i u-i-eMi-LfLg. yiaaa. 

jjohn FO'S-tLeuaAJ.e. p.d HA. /o/t -^e'tt/'Cce^ -tendeAe-d oa CyLeJik. o/ -iAe -taijjrL/itvLp., 

jxj/iTL V, TlionipAon pd 51.50 -^o-t uA^w-iruj. cJuirLg.& -in. -toad. 

JuAivi .^LorujAan pd 75<t -^oA. t/ZeujAjxg. change, -In ^ixiad. 

'John. Link pcUd $ 75c poA, u^leia-Lng. change. .In Aoaa, 



nit. CaAirieA., iiloylch 3, Id55: 

O^aiah R. T-ippen pd 335^ pO'^ teaching, ^choo-i 5 {-O^ 3i dau^^S25. peA. m.onMi. 

Thomas ?. 'ps.cn paAA 550. po^t teaching. 'ichoo-L 8 poA. 65 dw^. 

:>ariu^L CauJJUjui pxUd S6b. /o-t 4jeachln.g .cchoot 7 foA. 3 rruonihyi a A, 65 daijyi. 

^■IcJiaAd WkeeMeA. paAd Si. 90 -^o-t yie/w-ice. cm yiiipeA^z-Uia^ -in dLi'UiA.cA. 2, 

Co^Jun^ B^jjit-n poAxL Si 1.50 (-oA ^tat/c he. puAxh.a<,c.d. p^^t ^choct 5. 

henylij. llioruhan patd S4. a^ -iupC'lif-i^O't of. dl^.tiyLct 7. 

H.H, O/iqAJjg.g paAxt Si. a^i u^Jiuje-'t o^ Aj^ad. change.. 

Thoma/i lilathew " " " " " " " 

Jjohn d. Thanipp.on " " " " " ',', (John D. jhorzp^anj 

UyLLLiam. league. pa^xL S3' Po^- ^eAvljce. a^ ALtpje'ltr-L^oA. 'in dA^tA^ict. 4. 

ISAJjj. Enjochi paAa. Sl,Ol pD.-t AeA..^Ang notAx.e on ^uoad t/yieweA^.. 

li^'t-iglvt S-tacij. pxUd 57. /o-t a-izuj^ng a -toad. 

Jaccb RobeJit^ paid Sl3-50 ^o^ ^eAJ/Ajzc^ a^ Vw.Ale.e. 

Ca.'UiAnyi B.'LOiiin paAd. Sil. /o-^ ^e^r^e^ o^ -t-^iio-tee. 

Tho^ntjon CaAnu^s-LL paZd Sl'l. fo^t ^ieyuj-icxi./i ca t-'uj.o-tee. 

"O'tdjsA.ed tfia-t the pDLLowtn.g. aJU.owejixji'^ be niadc -to ^.B. CrUU.^ .jLo^ medtcxiA. 

^eJ'vtAQyi fiendaJid to lilLi Cp.d/UL, a poo.^ pe-^^don not an tnfiab.i.t&nt o/ Btcun taicn- 

/ihtp, urhio uycuo hjAng ^tcJc thcAe^in w-LtiioaJ:. uvlxLc) oX none'j.". Rtloiced S7. 

T..B. Child alA-oiodd S8.50 pj^.. niedJ.cal ^e.Aj/-lce^ to the uit^jLe. o^ lameyj Kcbe^lAyi, 

a poo-'i pe^i.Aan, /le/itdenA, o-f the. ioLomhlp. 

The. peJUAZon o/. HenAg. Kobe'VLion and. otheA^i /'o-^t a d'tanae. -in the. ^load, plop. hLi 

fiou^e -to SpoA-t^i Je^Vtij. 'toad g^tant/zd and Atip.eAi/lyiO't o^ d.t<j.tAtat 2 t^ O'lde-'ied tc 

open -catd Aoad. 25 -feet utde., -If- piacJMjte., 

fllU Ca.ls^el, flplU. 2, 7555: 

'k-lxfiaAd lilltt<i patd S35» p3->i t&achtng ^choat 4 pD-l 2 aonthui. 

rienAg, RabeAtyion pa-Id S4. /o-t ^eyUrtcjz^ a^ toi:mhlp cAje'th. 

SanuieU. CauUcln^ patd S 10.50 l-on. -ae-U/.cce^a o^ tau^mtvlp tA.e.a/iUA&A. 

Dautd To^AjsA. paAA Si» ca ■cane'tutiiO'l In dyLitAtcA. 4, 

Jafm r'OAtlewat.t.e. patd Si. -po-t ^eAulx:^-^ oyi towmivlp cA.c.AJ<.r. 

'J-ccob RobeAtA and Tho^mton Ca-lmceAA, paAd Si. each oa Judge o^ eAec-tlon. 

John 3. Thonp.oon paid Si, po-t AeAulng oa CletL of. election. 



lH-LLUoM dauJJjx. pcuxL SlO. ^^ ^je-^-ccc cm ^ufie^xr-UoA. In. dAyi.VUcA, i. 

'John, V. Tiwnp^or. aitd Jacob RabeJuU pd ^5c ^o^i ala^-^ /u^m^/iect 4chooU 3 and 8 . 

Re^uUA. 0-/L eMcAAjon. hjzXxi aA. lilt, CaAneA. KpAAA 2, l855: 

7o-t toLuruihAp. Viuyite.^: HaAAAyiorL Ca-tnweAA.-S'^; Tkoma^ J. Je.cut-5^* 

JoA. toLurvikAp. cAj2.aJc; lUa^AA^an gO'tdon.-53 ' 

7o/t towrLihAp. iJiexi/iuAjsAt: S4Jiie.on TaiAjaA.d-52. 

'koad ^:>\xpeJiu-U)on>i eA&cA&d: l-Jacnb HaAne^Z; l-'J'ioac, Sco-tt; 3-T.C SparigA^t; 

4-;io^epA W-iA^ang.; S-John. D. Tkornp^oa; 6-d.P. S.teua /tt; 7-9^o^e. A. Ro^enl-aur,. 



C-BuAg., ApAAA 9, lS55: BaaA-d meA. ia a-tg^nA^e.. Jaoab kobe'VU tAmo. e^xpAAed. 
Tho^nAon CoAnweAJ^ Jrji^'iqfie.d, noAAA/ion Ca^JiweAU. ysujo-tn. Zn a<3 a -6tu^^-ee. 7twrjz4 
^. Jean, vjho uia^ e-Le,c,te.d -tAWd-te-e. piAAjzd .to aAi^tefid beazuyie a-^ ^ZcJuic.<i-6, 
llla'UcA^on Qo-td-on,, ich,o loa^o cJ^cAcd tanirvolvip cAjiAh, A,G.fu^icd -to -^eAiUd and /ico^ 
kabe^lA^an uia^i agaAn, appo-uvts-d cAje.AJ:,. SZui&an, FoLLaAd who wcm e.L^<:Jj^d ViexiALu'UL-^ 
ZrLpD^ljjie.d the. BoaAd. -thoA. tie. ucKi na^t alAa gz.-tAeA. ■'le.adu. to -^AAJ^ hAyi bond 40 tde. 
BoaAd agA,e.eyi ta waAA. on hAm., L.oALZrud B'louya appo-ui'te.d /^Aeyi-ideiiA. o^ .the. Boc^xd. 

C-BuAg., fi.pAAA 7 6, To 55: 7hom.cv6 J. Jeaa ^icO'in. .In. a<5 tAwitee bg. 12.?. fdcAheyl. 

Tojc 0^ 3c on each Si 00. i-eu-led /o^t ictiyn^hip and Acad ptHp-o^eo. 

W-LUJmjh 2obeA.tcion wo^i paAd Si. 50 0^6 cAje^Ji. 0/ eJjccJUjjn. heAd cA, Hit, CoArteA, on 

the. ^ecjond tiie^daxj. -in. OctobeA., i85^c 

S-b.teon, Potla/id ported bcnxL 0/ Si 500, uUAh fl.P. floAJteA Wid S-iAa^ Po-LLa^d oyt 

^ecuAAAip ^o^ piJJ^.Juj. -the px}^t ofL toian^hApi tAecuiiL/teA., 

C-BuAg., Sept.. 3, 1855: BooAd meA. and aiouAJted on acjccanA. o^ cJjsaA:. not beAnq. 
pAxiycen.t,, 

C-tiuAq., Sept. lO, 1855: 0-l.deAL.e.d t/iaA Co-tkAn^ B.^uoian A.ecxi-u/e -the lAJj^la^uj. pa A, 

BAown tjou^rvihtp, 

!llad.e. o/iAxmg.ejncjiAA to take -tAe ejum.ey'iatAan o(. dilLdXen tn the. toun^/iAp.. 

C-BuAg, SepA. 24, 1 8 55: wha d. Jhontp^on pd S2.50 pjA. u^oaJc -In dUtiAct 5. 

TAancA^ HoAneA paid S7.40 p3A. t.eachAng. In duLitAJjzA 1. 

A LLit o^ the cJiAAdten tn toxn^htp ua^ made, and -te.po-lt -acnA to counAu. /lud-iAj-u 



C-BuAj}, Sept. 25, 1855: J.e.^e/L<ian J., pian njot being. pAe-^ent and i:c-i "o-^c"'. 
WoitiAnjjAcn UJaA.ten appatn.ted <iLipeAvt^:ioA. o-fL dCit.:AcA. 5 tn pAace. ot Ichn. d. 
Thom-p^on. who ha^ 'tem.ot/zd pic.n. ^iotd dlyit^xAjct. 

The. tounohA^ tAAj^UiAJj. wm A^eetucd and AA woo agteed -tiiat one haA^ of. the book.. 
be de.po-itA.ed at i:it. Qi-Vnel and the o-UuLa tialf. a-t GinpbeAl^baAg.. LUAAAan 
PobcAt^on ofipolntcd tAJjJui.Uan. at Hit. Ca-lr.eA and Pobe-^t Dennjj. at C-Su-ig ii.'^UA 



C~^BuA.q, 7eb. l8, l85S: 'Joseph WU^oaq. pd $2.50 o/t ^apcAy-c^o-t ajx dL6Vujct 4. 
'J^W, "J-exin pd 523.50 -f-o^ <3e.ur-ice aA, yichcoi. 3t g-eAAAnq. wood and t/'Lc'iAAng. 4Chaot, 
Ke.paAA. o^ ^civooL twiviie. and enpAxitjAnq. te.acJxeA.. 
?.C. SpxjJiqJjeA. pd S3' p3^. apJujajca. ax> ^upe/ii/Z^oA. 'in. dl^-tAAcA, 3. 

feAAAAon 0/ P.C, Spanx^A^AL and 23 o-tfteA^ pin. a naad ixi ^e ■LocaAe.d. i-ejodAju}. piors. 
the. noAAhe.ajsA. cxj-tn-eA. 0/ ya^cAAon. 16 AunnJjig. nonAh. on. the. -^ecAAxin. -LAjxe. lisAM3e.en. 
£. 'psjin. and -Land ■beAjonqAjxg. to the. eyitat^ 0/ LU}. H). filatotA on. ^aAd tisie. heAucceji, 
J^W, 2&an. and ^oAd IllaAatt, on. /DaAxL lAn&. ijeAjuje.&n. V,H, fo-tAjz^ and tAAyfa llejiUAjt, 
an. 4aAd tAne. 4jeAujje.en SamueA ^pan.gAje.n. and 'jjohn. ITlcLnAAAi^, on. yioAd tAne. to the. 
otd AA-ueA. hiAA. through -Landyi -beAanqAjig. to the e^itaAe 0/. S-te^'oAi nutgA^on., on. 0-:. 
nexiA. 'ioAd ttne to CLL^ptxf. cAieeJc, then. on. an, nexjA. tJie. iAjte njuimAsiq. ■be.tween tiVia-z 
Ij)-LLcjox and the -coAd Te^tqA.yOonyi tAA ^oAji lAjte y-jViAkeyi u)hlt<i K-lveA., then doujn. 
4aAA. nJjjeA. to Loujdon^ 7e/^t^. IdtAJAjom. P.aheAA^an.; Ihonia^ lU. Htchaiyion. and 
Thomas lilaAhew appotated LrteujeA^c , 

Sou-id QAj2,en pA.e^enAyi a petAAAan. ^tgwtd by. hlrnyicLji, It, P. [RaAheJi, L.ID, Leach, 
John m. LDtA^anq-f Ldinond 'J-ean., 'John. IRcDnAAAve, Cia^itan. Q.ouAd and PeteA. £AnL, p^-t 
the BocAd. to 4etA. -40 much 0^ the ^chaot tand^i owned and. occitpAed hij. PcteA. HAnJ:. 
(80 P.. J and dautd ^Aeea (80.1.), lizAn/j. pant 0^ yie.cAAon. iG. Tnxuttee^ pAxiceQ.de.d 
to gAj/e. nxitA.ce. 0/ -the .oaAe 0/ tanxLi ckj -iet /o-^t/i tn. the. peJiAAtan. and decAded 
that the ■OattatAnxj. -dhaa-Ld take pAacxi oA the annucU. RpAAA. eAecAAon. at iiit, danxxet 

O-BuAx}., [P.oy^ch 17, 185S: P.oad petAAAx>nxid pan, hfj. /',C. SpangA,eA. and othc^r^ njinn- 

Axig. piam the nonAhea-it oonivzA. o-fL -ce.ctAon, 16 ta £auxian^ /eAcIa on. LViAAx^ P-tuen, t^t, 

qAanAed and dAycViAcA. 3 onden.e.d ta nake 4cAd noad. 25 lA. iuAxLe -L^ pAacAabte. 

W-iAUAam. PobeAtyion. pd S6,50 -f-on, ^ieAxrtoe cxj lAJ.j/ia^'Uxin and uteixtng. a noad, 

Da'jtd P. StuaAA pd S2,50 a-a yiupeAj/t^on. o/. noadyi -in. di^iVtixA. 6. 

aen^xunAn UJe^neA. pd $75* pj^ teaching, .ichoot In. dt^tAAcA. 5. 

Joseph 7n.eed pd $75- P^^ teaxhAng. .^choot -in dA^-tAA.cA 2, 

liJ.L, Dtxon. yiojnc pin. teacJitnq. ^chao-L 3» 

t-.ft.. DcLmuAA oc^-e ■f.on. teochina .ichoot 6. 

Ixitut D, Jhonip-^an. pd S65» pn. teachtng. -cchaot 8. 

liJnAgJit Staau. pd $75* -f-on. teaching, yichoat 7. 

TnxmcA^ HonneA pd ^ame psn, teacJiAng. school. I, 

ThonoA !R. PAcAoPion. pd i5»i0 oyi B-iA.ecAan. -in dt^ViAcA 5. 

D^aac Scxstt. pd S3. 75 a^J ■iupenu/t^on. -in dPiVtAxA. 2. 

UnAxi-liA. StacJL^ pd $7»85 a^i DL7.ecAx>A. tn dPitnAxA I, 

S-iAa-i L. Peed pd $8*45 a^ TiViecAjon. in. dA/itnAcA 2.. 

ConkAjiyi Bnoum. pd $9>08 pn. expexvie^ -in. dPtntcA. 6, 



7^. 

mt. CoAJTieM, ApAXL 7, J856: ^eyiUiUU an an eJ^cJUjon keJA at [Rt, CoAmeZ ApAxJ, 7: 
7aJt -^wiiJjc^ o^ the. ?eajce.--C.fILC, H&tpuw,-60; Ua^hAjigAan J^aJt-32; HeJiA^. ?.absAJi^!T. - 

26. 
JoJL Coruitab-U: LtUka J}^iA.i LeA^-^ 3 ; Th-omu^ galn-40; ^.U. !Jke.eJ,e^-22; R,U, B^L-n- 

2, 
ToA. TAiuite-e.: A.U. B^jjuja-bS; IJl.S, BcvineJ^-47. 
Tax CU^: W,B. 7&aqu&-Al; S-Ua^ £. ^eed-33. 
7o-t T-texuiuAje^: V^aac BxeMJ&x-SS ; Ucyilij. CO'liUjV3-30» 
7oA, /ioAje. 0^ 4cru3oL XjoiuU: {le^-lS ; fla-T . 
7o>i njoad yiopeAij-lyiOA^: 

d-UVUcA:. 1: LJ-LLUcl^ P,lcCLintjocJc-0, ^IcJiaAd HugJve^-2l. 
2: ^4<3e (jSaJJJmpva-iS. 
3: Jo fin lRcJruLUe.-8. 
4; fRcCojna Pfvlp.p^-4, 

5: Jckn Lln};-6; H-Vum. fRoAAeMJ-V ; fl.T> Hap.fieA,-6. 
6: ya/7ie>3 5-tai/'Cnx5-6. 
7: Rejuuj. !Ran^'icn-5' 
'Jxjhn JUnS, fid Si 9. /o^t ^e.'Ur.ing. a^ dVis.cJioX An cLU-tAA-cA. 4, 
JO'ie.ph. £au:i/-eA. fid 59. ^'^ ^^AJjAnq. axt DVlq-cAjoA. Ajx dAAiAAxJ:, 8, 
'picab Uo^neJL pd Si3' P^^ ^ie.'u/Anq. cm dA^ecAjox An dA^-fUjit /, 
'Jacob HoAneA, fid $4. oyi ^ap-e^luAyiO't o-fL dd-ViAcA. I. 
Iloah. PoJJxWid pd 575» -fjo^ te.acJiAng. school 4, 
HeJVUf. ^obeAAyion pd $1 1 . oa c^e/tA o^ toun^lvtp.. 
7hxi,iicui ^. Jexm pd Sl2* a^ Vui^te.e.. 
CofikAjUi B'toum. pd SlS- a^ Viii^.te.e-. 
S-Lncion Po-LlaAd fid Si2, ao VLca^uAjzA, o-jL Ajoun^h,-ip» 
KoAA.'U.on Co'UvjjeAA- pd Si 2, cm tAjj^te.&. 

C-Biu'Lai ApAAM 74, 1856: /iilen. U. Utouyn ^wO'Ux -in (xo -UiUyit&e., 'J-iAAAxvn. B, 7e.cugiLz. 
cue c.iti-rJi and J-caac B^^edue-t a^ lA.^a^a.le^A. bij, I ia^tharL-LeA. P. FilaJJx-cA., fia^AA^on Ca-tn- 
ueAA. apfxa-in-t&d f'^x^-iderU. ofL ^tc BoaAd. 
H.ejVuj. P-obdAAyion pd Si. pst yie-Xu-LcjZyi c<3 cAjeAh, 



kpA-LL 19f 18 5S: BaaAd mt at hxuno. at PeA^'l Linl:. and pixe.d a pAAx^e. ofL 53. p^^'^ 
acA£. on lat-6 4 and 5 (^c'wai. ixmdy^) -in. -iQcAAjjn /6 whAjzh uo-teA^ twd Lrote.d ^ ^eu. 



fat, Cavmtf ApulAA, 28, l856:7»J.. Jean bc-Lng. ab^^nA. tAc othe-t tico ^t^ei^o-teeo 

fL-ta oc.e.dcui to buyitneyo-a. J h<i taujn-itiAp t-iAj-tcAi/. c-tde.'te.d to 'ccjnxiAjt ao -iyi, 'jj-LAA nc-'^L 

the boohi at fRt. CaAneA, and hat^ at Ca'zpbcAJ^baAj^, WtLLLajri PobeAt^an apna-in.tr.z 

tlb^'uvUxin at Hit. Ca^.n^ and Jana^ Staphene at CanplreAJ^bu^tg.. Tax c-jL 7c on ecc--- 
3 1 00. 0/, ^.^ai and pc-'Uionat p-Ui pa.-t.tij,. 



lilt, CaA^TuU., [Rati, 29, /<^56: CaLLeA me.eJJjxq.. p^^e. WUJMmyi pxiAA S4.56 pD^ \ 

^eAj/'ifig. CKJ ^up.eM/yL40'>L Zn <Liyi-OiAjZyt 2. • 

[fit, CaAMsX, }LLne. 20, l85S: Th-o^/vtaa Co^miczAJ^, Tkama^ IR, lllchO'Lion, and V^aac, 
Scatt, u-ieMjeAyi of. a chamje. -in -t/te. 'iaad iAocUnq. -piam. Claj/yiir^LLLe. to oono p-eAyitlc n.- 
exL pat in^ Jacair T^ie.e.d and o-th.eJL6, /iep-o-^t ihoA, ihe. chang.e. cornimncAng. aA. ttie. 
nO'iAAweyi't cxj-tneA. o/ ^ccAajoo. 3^ -i^ taujn. 31^} ^uuire. 2 ejx^-t and -iiuvTAng. -thence. 
4oivth on, the. Line cLia-UUng. ^ald ^tecAAxsn 34 and. 33 and ^lanqAng. I GO p-o-LLa tna-te. 
on, Le^^ to ttie. ^ouMiMjeyit cxiineA. of. noAJJiueyi-t q^xa/LteA. of. ^iecAAxin. 3^ uj-iiX. -be. of 
puJj-LLc uAJJJM^, Sup.eAJj-t<ia't -in. dLo-UiMiJ:, 7 o^dcAxid to o[xen ihe. chanq.e 25 f.eeA. ' 

w-ldc. -i-f pAxLcAab-Le, i 

5cue thAe.e i/LeiueA.4 ^.epjoAJi on. a chjonq-e.. -in the ^load -Leadinrj. piam. La-it, T^-iue^t -to 
CLlftii- I'ltLi ae.t-Ltlon.ed fx>-t hLf. Tnatna^ Q-ocn and otJicA^, cxmimencAnq. aA. the. -iouMi- 
we^it. coAne.'t. of tne -iotitjujeyit. q.LLaAA.eA. of. the. nxi-vthii^e-ct. qua-t-te^^ of. yicotLon. 23 
town. 3 lit n-ang.e 2 ea-i-t and Aunn-inq. alaag. the. lAne. hzAuJcefL Thonoyi Q-oen and LJ-LLL-Lz.-- 
LaiL-ij-e^ to -the. na^Ahcoyit conneA. of. U-LLLiam. £am/.eA.-i -Land. booAd ofideA-^ -itopeJi- 
u-Lio^ of. dLitAAjdJ:. 5 tc diunq.e the. -toad acco-ldlnjjtuj., 

mt, CoylnieA,, fAjiyit. m.an.dcuj. -Lru Sept, , lS5G: fL^Jumgement^^ made. pjA -takAng. the. 

eniMne-iMAyLon. of. c/itUd-ten, 

Tho-tnton. Ca-iruuetJ, pd ST. fxi-t -ieAxrtce^ o^ u-LejuyeJi, 

S-Uxiyi L. 2eed pd S i . fxi^^ c-Lt^kAng.. 

C-BuA.g., SepA.. 77, '1855: SuiwicAj^ of -icJiao-L enwzeyiO'tAjan.: 23^^ nuhLeyi and 22't 
f^Ma-ie^i, niaJUng. '^55 tatjil. chLLdien a.pi 5 tjo 2i -in the tioujoychtp.. 

Hit. Ca^tfneA.f Sep-t, 23, T85S: l-iaac Scatt. pd Si. f.a^ u-ieLc-ing. ^joad^ -in dL<ttAJjot<) 
5 and. 7« 

[PJ.. CaAnel, SepA. 27, l856: Jame^ filLLLeA and iiaJu/ij. 2ttchjz->ix^on of. fla^tth ea-it 
txiicn-ihAp., O^ionge Co. tAJUi-o fe'lAe-d t.a B^iaun toiunyifi-Lp fo-X. ^chaa-L [lu/ipo-ie^. Tke 
tJiu-ite.&^ of. llO'iJih e.a-ot t-own^li-Lp weAe. U-LLLlam. Hag-i, LeMxi-d ToAdii-c-e and CoLwpJju^ 
H. R-icJia-td'i , whiXe LenaAd Hoyldrum ua^c cAeJiL. 
ChaJUje^ Ra^enbaum. of. LmuAinoe Co. oAyto tJionAfeAAjed fon, -ichjooL puApo-deyi, 



/Tit. CoA-net,, OcA, 74, 76'5d: At the gane-taJ, ^-tnte eJjecJJjon hetd at fP.t, Ca-lneU. 
th-L& dag -in uatAng f.o-'L A^^cxj^o^ of. B-loun txsujn-ihtp Qeo-tge H.ot6appJ.e. go-t i23 
crater and S-LLa-i PotLaA.d got 5S, 

Jkonia-i IR. litchot-ion pd S I , fot uteM:-ing and S2. a-a 'J-udge of etecttan. 
WtLLicJX ^obe-lt-^^an pd 52. fo-t ^e^uj^ng. oa cLe-tM. of the etecAM>n. 



7 6. 

Hit, OxtjnfU., flat/. 4, i85S: ReyduAAyi o/ ae/ieAoA, eJjdoUjon, he.ld flair, A qJjjeju 

lahn. lilcDnJUUt-e^f ^u.p.^AxjA>:>ax. a-^ cLLd-UiAcJ^ 3 o^uLeAe-d -to op.ejt t/ie. ^iocud. ■pusn -tlxe. rjD-tJ:.-.- 

eo^-t cx)We.'>i a-jL ^e^cAJjon, iS to LoadcJK) ^XAjj, on Utiyite. ?.ajjqX ayi p.eytUUx:)ne,d p3-t 

ly. y.C, SfujnqJ-jzA. and. a-UteAyi. 

U-LLLum Jlobln4an p.d S i , pi^ cJLsAk. a-f. eJje.cAJxin on floa, 4. 



fflt. CaAnieA,, flat/. II, T85S: A co/ie. txiayi pAe^e/vU-d b^. R.U. B^uatm. to ihe. ot/eA^e-e^Vi 
0^ tfie. p.00^ of. B^WLcn tawn^fti^ Ajzysp^dtuiq. larneyn fUcJC^/xet^ "u:ha tuoyi toLing. <j-ccjt. 
at tvLct tioiute. and. hxu/tng. n&ttheA. naneif aJi fAAjendyi" and yiotd t>uuitjs.e>t o^ideAjzd a 
phjjyitcAjon to admAJvL^teA. pan, the. ^oAd. -aZck. num. njzJAjz4' and oAA. -dO dAAe.ct.e.d IR^t, 
B-^un to admyUvLi-tji't to tvLi ijjojvti ujfitte. ^-cofe.. 
Thonuvi Qoen pd Si, 05 -^o^t ^cAJ/tce.,c> A.snaeAe.d a/i Con^tahte.. 
S.£, r.ee.d ap.fiotntjz.d ^cJiaoi. dAji^cAxi'X o/ /ichoat mimMeA 7. 
^atfih BogJjn ap.fioAJVte.d dAAjicAjo^ o^ .icAoot 6, 

fUt, CaAn.eyLf Icn, 12, 1857 : Ca-LL&d me-eAJjuj,. jo^&ph W-LL^anq,, [ilcCaito. /Iiyipji^ 

and Ro'iAan QoiUd. ap.poAjvte,d u-lejujzAyi of- a fvicjhvjoj^ px^AXttoncd /^-t Jmj.. 3.c^uieM H.O'Li^t 

and otJieA^, 

flit. CaAMiet, 7eJj. 9, T857: A.U. B-ioun pA.eyiente.d a btJJ, of.. %34. po^ taJ^lrLg. ccte. ■ 
of. 'lanriZA lilcXeruvp uhJ^ia ^tcJ:. and the. tAiuit^e^i q.aue. fvim. an oKdj&A. to thd CounJjf 
Comm-hiyitancAyd . 

Iloal^ faila/id and Ja^izph //teed. pa.^id 550, Thomas ^aen 1)1,75; Katph 6oqU.e. S6,i5; 
'/amoi Stcph/zn^ S3.; Ilottxin fl, QouJji v2. ; "poyicph UtyLfanq. il,; tiicCajrui TrUpip^ ^i. 
and UZtJMun X, Qotxld '58.75. 

flit. CaAMfiA,, IHaA-ch 3, lS57: 2.C. Wood.6, HenAa C, Uttfong., Jo-ihua Leech end 
2.1. fli-UUy3 each, pa^id 'J50. Dzn-jjuntn /Je-on-e^ paid. S50. ; 'pohn D. 7hoinp^on 'So. 05; 
■pacab iiofljvcA. 51i.ib; H.H. 'J^.g.-Ux^ S7.90 and 2. BP;.ihe ^15. 

Rep.o-it of 'J-O^eph U-LLLonci, ILo^ton fl, Cau-ld and liicJZan.eij. r!ttpf}.<i, t/teMJeyUi o-f a 
toua^hAp hJjjhicaif p&tA.ttonJid foA. bip l-i'lncA. HalJ..cA and. a-theAy^, conun.enx>in.-Q. at the. 
potnt. LdieAe. the. -Line dAj/tdAjng. .iectAorui 28 and 21 -in toun 3 rw^ttlL, Awvie 2 ea^t 
■InJi^eAyjcct^ tlxe, -Lute. beMceen UoyihlngAon and Oylang.e. coantyLeyj and AJinnJjxg. thence. 
eo/tt an the. ^ecAAon Pine, an the tandA of tH-Lcha-ct. '^fUeeXii-, larxe^i BeAuj^cu and 
J^tacA KatteA one fiaA.^ mAAe, -thencxi not-th a-Long. -the lAne. betjjjeen tne. tcncU) o-C 
'pmeo 6ehj.ew and the eyi^xite. of Itbrjin ftiackeA. 26 ^todyi, 12 feeA. ojid Q tnche^i, 
thenx.e ea^t on tfie. tAnjz bcAiceen tne tvjid^ of the HcylxLitxiA. Cy^.tatje and. the e^tatz 
of 7'lAizan TfuickcA tAA. t,t -Lrt^teyVi ecA^i -the CAxup^t/t-LLe and oono ^loaxL UteL-Cytyi 
^lepoAA, ^oAA fi^lqlmoi^ woaXd be of paJblAc uAAAAtij., 



//. 

int. CcL-Jze-l, liiatdi 3, 1857: CIoam pA-e^ejvteA hip L.ta. u^ipnan. p3^ »3/.50 /.o^ 
mexLLcjxt at-terLdan.oe. -tendsyte-d to 'pune^i lilcXenru^- "a p.O'te. p.eA^on. JJjxe, ^ZcJc -in. BAjct:n, 
taurruifvip. wZthciit /Tioaey. o-?. pi^ruLi" . T^tu^-teeo gai/e. llejjMan an. a-^deJi -to -the. 
counAjp conmyOc^'iorLeA^ -^oA, -tJvd cUxujz. TAxuvcA^i ka^JxeA. piaJji S50. ; i>-LLa^ L. 2eec. 
S8,25; U-oLUan B. 7e.aqu^ 3'l9.20; 7hjanxv6 %. Jcoa i20. ; tiaAAA^on. CaAnweJX 5/9.50 
and A.U. B^ujn Si 4. 50. 



Hit. CaAJneMf fLfiAAA, 7 7, lS57: Jtwmayi J. 'J-^art not pA.e^enJi. Ikama^ ffl. nZcAo-Lion. 

<j£iJO/i/L 'La cui Vuuit&e., U-LUMun. T^ohe^'U^orL oyi cLsaL and. 7<3aac onjiusA. a^ -tA^o^u^te-t, 

Ttwrno/i ^. 'plan, afip.o-l/vte.d cm P^tiZyi-Lljz/it o^ -t/ie. tsaoAd o-^ T-ia^te-e^, 

HoA/olyion CxjAniceAJ, pxi^id S3, oyi iAiui-te.e, 

W'OLLum ^obeA-tyion p.atd Si. Cyi -ichoa-L diAe.ctO't and S6. a^i J.Mj-laAMzn-. 

The. ■Lib'toAif. -in. lilt. Ca^r^eA. -to he. ntoue-d to CanfibeyLLibuAg. and the. one. ■In CamaheJJ- 

/ihuAq. to -be. m.oue.d to filt. ^uiAae.t, Oyioac. B-teM:eA to be. t^'ta-lAjin at lilt. CaATLeU. 

and ChAtyitlan tnjo at CofrLpAjeJAyibuAg.. 

f/lt. Ca-imet, ApAAA. 24, 1857: O^aac R^eiiieA o^^d.eAce.d to pAeyienA. tvLo cJmami ps-t 
4eAi/to<i4 Oyi tAje.ayiuA.eA -in "^LgJittng." at the. next meeAJjiq. of., tlie. BoaAd. 
Tax Ojf. l8c peA SlOO, teutexi /o-t tounyititp puAp.oyieyi, 

Tax o/ 25c p^A Si 00. teate.d f.o^'i battding. and A^patttnq. /icJxoot /ix3a<)eo. 
25<t. po-IU. tax atyio tei/ted -j'-o^^^ -^choot pw^tpa-ieyi. 

IRaip 18, 1857: Rcpo^A: to tfici Coantjp nudUo^: 308 ^chola''i-i An 3lt 2E. and 67 
■4cAota'lyi tn 4n. 2L. 

[lit. CoyuneA, pme. 7, l857: 2. 'icJioot ttoiuieyi to be buttA. tn dl^^VitcA, 2 end 2 -ca 

dUtAicA 3, to be tet on JwLip 3, 1 857. 

TAcfiaAd Haqhcyi patd $4, c^ ^upe^'urtyio^ o/l A.aadi tn. d-L-ittto-t 1. 

0-daac B^uiweA patd f')20, 66 oyi tA.e.ayiUyteA o^ toiomtiAp po^ 1856, 

Jutg. 3, 1857: BocAxi puAcJuKied liat^ acAe. 0/ gAoLLnd piom. A.t\ o-totrn pjA. yichoat 

numJjeA .^O'Z SlO. 

HenAij. H. OyigAlg.g. to make. a. cxiyie ps^'i the. iAJb-taAi^. at Hit. Coy'L-zeA and oLio one. -fio'- 

CojnpJjdtLi boAg. . 

Hagh. lUcItenitng. puAcAoyied -t/ic. ^chaot hauyie tn dLdtAtcA. 3 P^-^ $272.95. 

CeoA^.e. WtAAJximyi pxiAcha^ed tlie yicJioot hcuyie tn. dylyit^itct 2 jLo-X. S292.45. 

O.t aap.ca-iyi thxit on the pb'uit rr.ondaii. tn Aa^ttt th^it ']eneAyion Lee uoyi dn-Lit. etecA-jL 

yiiLpeAxityion. AM. dA^.tAA-Cyt P.O. 1 and he Lad. a tegat nottCyC -dCylued en hiri by. IStla. 

CnocJi, Can^tabte, and the. yiotd £ee ■'uipj.yiied to ^eyluc a^i -ou.c/l yiiLp^ijj-U>oJr. and it.e 

cZeAk 0/ tawnyihAp b^joaght ySuZt agalnyy yiatd Lee be.p:>A^ 11.?. Hathcyi, a pjyitloe o: 



■the. TcM.ce pD^ IdayihAjtrytan. Countij. and fte. Jjz.iTAJZ.d a ^MxLjejnejvt aqoAJn^t ooajI £ee ^t 

56, p-ixUJ CO-ai O/ -dU^t/t. 



Jo^ 77, 7557: Kejvig. SkouAAyi wa4 ap.p.oAjite.d, ^up.eAjj'A^o-t -In dl^t^uxU. i and Ls.q.aJ. 
noiAXJt woyi ^ie-iu/ed an 'Jiirue. 77, 7<^57 l"P U-Ujj. Lrioch^ Coruitab-Le. o^ B'lau:n -towruitU^, 
H&TL-'uj. StiouAAyi piAJjz.d to oompJu/. iMJJt the. ^ie.qMJjLem.eJvti) o^ the. -Lojuj a/i ^iip.eAjj<yiO't 
and the, cJje.'tt o/ the. toujO/ihAp. h^Lonqht ytwLt ag-oMvit yiOAxi Stioa-Lt^ be^o^ie. fi.?. 
/TiothcA. and obtayine.d a ■paxiq.em.enjL agjxlmt. -cold Hemt/. ShauAMi on the. 15 daij. o^ 
M^ TS57 po^ S6. 

Juhj- 27, '1 8 57: B.S. BoatceA. ap-fuatntexL ^npjeA-u^Lio^ o-f. di^tJiAJit, 7. 

fiaq.. 1 5} 'l857 : rl^'iAxjutg.e/n.enta made. poA, emuiteJiaXylan o/ chLLiLlen. tn 3^ 2£. SchooL 
tiauyie^ -in dtotytic^t^ 2,3t<^ ,^,and i , 5 -in oLL, to -be. LeA, at. lilt, CaAJiieJ, on Oct., 
10, 1 8 57 tc the. loLje^it hidden.. 

Se.pt, 19, 1857 : Tfioaa^ IR, Rtchol^on ta take the. anniuU. A^fiO'lA, to t/ts. caunti^ 
audttoA. an Oct., 7, i857. 

Oct, lO, 1857: Baa^d op^cA^d ta LeA, 5 -ictvoot hoa^e^ and none, ^atd -jLo^t uant cl ■ 
■btjddc.^>vi and tAM^itee^ aq/ie-dd to tjet them, on ftAJjJcAe contract., 

Oct., 29, 1857: Schoat D-Li'ZC-txit^^ ap.patnt.ed: ^cob Ho-tncyt. tiu dUitAAct. i; l-iojuc 
ScotA. tn dtyitAyLcA. 2; £jdn.ond 'J.e.cin tn d.iyiVUjcJ:. 3; iTlcCcna PhLpp^ tn dl^tAJjut 4; 
Owen lilahO'tne.u. tn duL^tJvicA. 5; Rathen Arnold tn dt^tAJjcA. 6; St^Lcui L. P.eed -In 
dLot^l^ict. 7; lar^eyj BaAna/id -in dt^t^-ict. 8, 

BooAd then proceeded to Jjzt tJie. neij 'icJiao-L hauuic-i a-t 0250. e.a.ch. 3-^acic. B-teM.-e.'i 
agreed to boAMi om each tn d.U>-tAA.atyi i, 2, 3 and 4. Thana^ 'J., 'Jje.an ta biUtji 
one tn dt^ntAtct 8; S-iMm L. Reed ta battd one. ta dAyitAAjcA. 7 and Thotruiyi fa. 
fltcJwl^on and UtLLiam. Tial'o.iAyion tx) baltd one. t/i dA^tAtc-t 5. 

Jetj, 26, l858: ClaAjrui altowed: p-<ieph Itiomp^on ^lO./^ fla^than fL^moLd S7.25; 
JiobeAA Denntj. 5 15. ; HenAij. B^toan S2..50; LJtAAAxun r, BaoLeA. 52. ; Jo^ie^ih. T^eed S75. : 
O^aac Scott S'lO.; II. fl. OxarJje^lAxiAn 565.; Roah- PoVjiaA 575.; UA, CanAA^ S50. ; 
'Jcm.cyi Ba-tnaAxL S7 . ; P.B. Child. S5, ; (ilcCcnet^ Phtp-pui 5/6. 

flit, CaAineA, lucAuJi 27, 1858: CLatrui at^Loived: BenjxunAn ':e^ine.^^ S75.; 'John "'. L-z. 
S75.; C&a-tg.e. Pa^<,eAt $1.50; '^^eo-tq-e R. lean ScO.; S-L'ion r^ouAd SoQ.; Stta^ L. J.tcz 
S9.8^; 'Jo/ieph 'jJttpong. :>2. ; 'John. Jlu^^ietA 31.50; HugJi IT.cJ tjcjUnq. S22, ; '^aoob 
UoAjicA SU.; H.H. l^g.'Uq. 2/7 of atA ir.anejij. -jLoA ba-iAdina -ichool; Tkar7.a.c Qoen //" 



o^ aJJ^ martej/. po^ -bu-UxUrig 'icnao-L; Owen. [Rafw-tnjej^ 38,80; W-LUMm. Robe^U^on. 5 7 6.75 ; 
Jtiania^ ^ Jexm. Sib,; 7lwma/i lu. lUxiAa-Lion, Sl5'50; R.U, U-lou^n. Sl5'; lo-LLsj^ Ejxach. 
54.20; RM. B^oun 510. /o/i 'a acJie. o^ qJiounxi; J^aac B^te.uj&yt 4/7 o/. aLt nonej-/. due. 



TViyi-t mondaij. am. RpAyUi, 1858: ^e^uJJ^ op eA&cJUon, a^ ^wad ■iafieyUrZ^O'l^ keJji clL 
mt, Caa/n.eU. and Hap. 4chaoi. frauyie: l^AJJjMm. T. (RcCLlivtacL, cU^VUjcA. i ; HiLgh. 
flicJi^emAJijg., cLoiJUiAjcA, 2; Itwnayi Je^n,, cLLaiAAxJi 3; IRcCama Pfvifip^f cLLiiAyicA. 4; 
Jufne^i BatnaA-dL, dLiiJiAJcA, 5; liJ-U-^LLcm B, Te.agju.e., cLVi-tXAXiA, S ( ap.pa -lrU.e.d) ; 'J.ah/i 
kaJjcAJiyion, dAyc>ViAjcJ, 7. 

RpAAX 4, 1858: lJ)AjJMm. QouZd paAd Si, 

ait, CoAjtl&A,, P^pAJJ, 12, 1858: Cohmtbibi H. 'kAxJto/'id dwLy. eJ.jccJjs.d and ^mro-Zn. -in to 
the. arte^pAA^d teAm. o/l fl.W. B'toojn, HlaAJUn S. Bc-me.-tt tuLc ir&en e-Le.c-te.d ^ia<)iee 
p3A, t/iAe.e. y-eo/to and a^ .^i^o^Ln An., S-lm.&.on. TaLLoyid -iwo^ln aji cm tA^sjOyiUAXLA ^-'i orvz. 
ij-(ui/L, f-tartcAyi fia-tneA. emoted cJjeASc end ^uia-ln An Jrj. fl.P, l:la^ttuiA.. ThxiP^a^ uL. 
rilchol-can. appoAn-ted PAe^i-idenA. ap the. BoaAd op /-^-M-tceo. ItlAuim. ITiat/iejj putd S3. 
O^aac B-teMjeA. paZd 524.; T/vamoyi fll. nicJwLion 32.; Tfionia^ "]., pt-arL S2. and LJaJJ.Zc.~ 
P-ohcA-t^an $2. Tax op lOc p'lA Si 00. te,UA..z.d pa-t tawruilUp. pjx-'tpo^eyi. Tax ap 25 1 
peA. Si 00. and, 50c poPi. tax te.'j-ied. pO't JjUAJxUng. and ^Le.p.aAAMu'j. ^chjoo-Ui, 
U-lLUxm. T, [RcCPin^ta cJc appxt-uvlf^d ■ciipeAi/t^O'^ op ^joad dLitAAjct 1. 
P.obzAt, Dennij. to deJJjj&,t ttuz. t^Jj.roAij, oueJi ta Cli). PlcJtaAd 

Jjjjze. 5, 1858: g.fl. Jzan paid Si. Tno-rLC^ goen p^ald 5271.88. 

Satt-LPLo, 'JuJ-ij. 10, 1858: f.'lLchaeJ, nunnaJnakeA pa-id $10. ^0^ a -iChjooP -i-it^ -in 
dA^tlJct 3. PetZtton p^te^-irnA^cd -bii 'potin Link, and ctdzA^ tx) ruLte. a cJianne -in 
the. Bono and Sa.le.'n. and Bono and SaPtiJJ..o Ajoacii. Uajzl'&'^ appo-irLt^d. 

(lit. Ca^UTLizP, daq.. 74, 1858: T/tocia^ i7'.. lltcAot-ion and 'HaA-tln S. aa'lp.e.tt tn 
attendance.. 7riofna<i pian oA-dcA.ed to open chjinca^ -in ^uoad di^.t-t-ic-t j. 'J.-^aac 
B-texjeA. o-tde-led to take cAa-tQ.e 0^. t/ze. ttb-ia-^. -in ,A.. Ca^Vnet. CotamMa-i H. JltcAa:id 
to iTLaLe. a dee.d to Hen-tg, 'uloncjjAon. and -lec^e-tue a deed ptora. HenAg. liloneipvon po^ c 
-icJioot Pot -in dt^jtAAjct 7. 



PA., Ca.vn.eJ,, Sept. 18, 1858: 'John. Ueltoa patd SlS. Pa-r na.Linc 2 hook c^a^cz^ 
and 2 taJj-Leyi. Ejuineia-tAx^n -tepo^t-t madLe oat and -icn-t ta -the counMi. aadtto-'i. 



20. 

nu., CciMdl, llo'j. 6, 1^58: CLoAJivi aAAxiwexL: flcUhanJjzA. ?, IRoAheA. 31. o^ ix}u:n<ih^h 
^-LLc^; Wll&g. Enochs Sl.50 oa inujOyitUp. constable.. School cLUi&cAa^ui op-fLO-ifttejl: 
"Icuzjob HoAJveJt, cLUVujct l; 7^aac Scott, cLUfUcA. 2; fpLoAJun. 5. BaA/teAA,, cLUVU.cA 
3; C^eoA^e. A. 2a^enJjaum., dA^VU-cJ, 4; Owe/^. W^aha^Lnaij,, cLUt-UuxA. 5," ikUha/hleA, r. 
(IlaAheJL, dyL^VvicA. 6; Ttiomoyii Qo^n, dJ^ViAcA. 8. 



nit, CoyrneA,, flou. 27, 7<!^5<^: CAxlAsm oAtoued: l^cuac. B^ieiaeA. $845. SO p}^ buAtdA/i-z 
school /lou^e^ -in dA^ViAcA^ /, 2, and 3. ?e-te^ LAnk S27G.85 ^o^ buAJAAnq. ^choil 
/ioa<3c^; HenAi^ H. "J^qAA^g. S277.85 ^o^t huAAAAnq, ^choot hLOW^a^; fxejVup luanei^-arL 
Si 5. p}A. a school ^tte.; HJ-LUAam 2obeAA^an S3. 50 ca <U.cJiL and -toad u-ieice^l; 
IdtiAtoiTi B, Ts.aq.iLZ S3. beAongAjiq. to Acad dA^ViAcA 6, 

Hit. Ca-lmcl, TeM. 72, l859: (^.5. Ba^Jtdtt and C.H. RtchaAd An attendance. 
IdtLLiam. B. Tcague. p^oAd $5. a^ ^apC'tirtcO't An Aoad dA^fitct 6. 

SaAAAAAo, fuoyich '1 9, To59: Ttiamoyi (R. flAchot^orL and Co-LmUju^ H. Rtc/icld An 
oAtendancc. CAaAsui oAAcwcd: n.,A. Chan-O^lAatn S75' ^o^t t^iachAn^ ^ctioat 5; 
JJLinian B, QouAd $75- pon, 1/iacn.inq. ^cfwat 3; Hoah. PatLayld S75. A'-^ t&adiAng. 
yicftoat 8; C^.d, Jean $75. p^-^ te.achAnq, refloat 7; dcnnl/i B. Hameylyilt/- S^-5. p:>-'^ 
teachAnq. ^choot 4; rtaAJumlct ?. IRa^theA. 575. /o-t tcadiA/uj -ichoot 6; TAcnxUyi 
Ho-tn-:^'L 575. ^■^ teadUnq. school 1 ; L.7 . Bou;e^ S63.40 /o/d. teachAng. school 2; 
John Bnx)oLo SlO.95 pjA, tPXichAnq. ^dxooL 2; Jacob Ha-lwi-t ^5.50 a^ dA^idcAO't o^ 
dtiV^iAcA. 1; Tfionc-i Qaen J?7. a dAytccts.^ o/ dti-VvicA 8; 0;jft.a fP.aha-iney. ilO.bO 
oo dulccAx}^ of. dtAVi-'jcAL 5; 'pJJiiCyi Idoneijhan 'S7.25 ox< dAjicc^tO'l o/ dt/itiAxiA, 7; 
c;go/^7.c fi. T.a^cnbaum. 27.25 cw dt-lecAa^t o-jL. dA^it'iAct 4; U-UAAjjm 7. ucCAAn^tocL 
53. Chi ^upjs.'ti/AiO't of.- dAyi-VvicA. 7; Jaincyo Ba^tna^uL j2.75 ciy6 ^'UpeAxr.Lco^ a-f. dA<jtyttCyZ. 
5; liaAfianteA, 'P. liatheJi I>5.2u' o^ dVirCyto^ o-f dLo-t/iAcA. S; 'jaiin PobeA-tyion 33. ay. 
^ap-z'art<iOA. tn d-LcAyiAc-t 7," Thenar C.ocn S'lO, -fo.-x. e.xtta u'oaI-i on -icJioat fioiu^c 8; 
B.C. Sh^ankyi S'l.lO -pa^ ^cco '-cd-ing. d&cd and. -ttan^fcA.; P.V. f.la^lyiyUan S5.50 -fiO't 
Accxi.idAn.g and t'ia.p.yc> jLeA. /.ee<j. (JAjioJi.e,d -that t/ic -tA-exuiayleJi op ti-taijjn tournydhylp 
■^yloAn 53.60 f.o-t .foA-ltiytc on yic'ioot fiou^c 5. 

7-OLct mandaip An fLpAAA,, i859-' CytccAylan of ^JDad y^apc.'^Lrt<iO''u> cut lilt. CxjyVzct: 
/I. J. ricM-UAon, dUtxAjct I; UtUAcfX' ii-C.^-^cmAng., dA^ti-U^t 2; lil.S. oaylnctt, dtct- 
aAjcA. 3; CAe/ncnt Lcc, dtittAx^t 4; On-en ir.aho^imij., dA^-f-iylcA. 5; P.obey>iyt Dcnrup, 
dyUitt-lcA b; A. Stcuenyi, dyUitiAcA 7. 



Hit, Ca-vrtd, Rp^U. 9, T^59: CLoai,'^ cUJx)we.d: l-tancAyi Ha-truiA. 51 6,70 p^A, -iG/Uz-Lce 
Oyi -tourrvitUp. c^LeAk; CaiituvbiKi H. JUcAa^KU ilo. cm -t^ii^-tee; [P.aAJMi i. Ba^neJJ, S2C. 
50 c^ -Oia^te-e.; Jtianwyi U. liAjctxaLion :>25,50 c^ t^LUitce. ; Ino^l-tifL :>. boArut^tt So. 40 
aa dVie.cJjo^ o/ cLLciiAAjcA. 8; Thamcui le-oii S5* cu4 4u.p^'ti/Z<ia't -in ^load cLLiiVUxjt 3," 
%L. Ulencuigh. 565. /o>r ^itaae^ and fUfie^, 



riote: fit ttvLi i-ine. -th^ touruihA^ c^JiyieA to bo. g.oi/e.'lae.d -by. a booAd d/. T-tu^iee^. 
J^ioa thUyi p-OAJvL -Ute. eJ^Cytu/e. o ^Jx-eAyi o/ tho. AjOLorvotvLp. weAe / tAxi^tej^., 2 lo/itA-c^ 
o/. the PexLce.; 2 Con^tab-L^yi and 7 ■^ad ^LLfuz-Auj-Lco-'ui. Ttte. ■Uiiuite,e. al^io ^e.^tv^cL 
O/i cA^aL and tAno-AiLAeA. o/ -tAe toicn^tu^, Co-lkAoA ti'LOwn wch^ the. ^lA^it tAWi-tee. 
to -oe-tt/e undicA. th-Lo ynjy<itej:i, txau-Uxq. -been. eAe.cJjs,d to the. po/it on the. ■^JA.<>t 
mond-cij. t/i Ap,ttt of.. 'I(^59<- 



"Jndex to ^eco-ta^ o^ the. BaoAd of. T-tLUite-eyC paiJjoijj'C>: 



Indejc -to Tlaco^id^ op th.c. Boa/td o-f^ T^LUite.e^ 



ftAnohi, uaAhan.: 18. 
Ba/Ua, DofUeJ, 1. : 3. 
boAnoAd, J/meo: 16,19,20. 
" ^hn,: 2. 

" SanaeA.: ^,5. 

Bo'tneAJt, [RcvvUri S . : 74, /5, 20, 2/. 
tieJjj.eMj, 'Jjiae4: l6. 
tUxLcJui^e-LL, 'pinie^ : 3,4. 
Bli/Ahe, ;?. : 16. 
bocpU, ^a^i^: 6,10,16. 
BooksJL, b.S.: 18. 

" UJlVMun r. : 18. 
bowpJi, £.7.: 20. 
Bog-den, Datr-ld: 2. 
BAeM:eA,, J^aac: 10,14,17 ,lS ,l9 ,20. 
BAA^CJoe,, UJj^abeJih.: 3. 

" Jaineyi: 3,6. 

tSAjoohi, Jcha: 20. 
Baowx, /lUeaU.: 1 ,5,8 ,9, l4 , 1 6, i7,l9. 

" CoAUfVi: 1,2,8,9,ii,i2,i3,i4,2i. 

" HerVuj.: 18, 

" Je<3-de: 3. 

" Ja^hua: 9. 

CcvrLphcLi, TLobe^Vi, R. : 6,8,10. 
CaAAA-yi, CLt: 18, 
CauU-Ujui, ScnuioJ^: 2,3,8 ,9,1 1 » 

" Ue^-Le-ij-: 14-, 

CkamJjeAXdin., fl.ft.: l8,20. 
OvLlA, KolimIB.: 4,9,n,i8. 
<uo-LLi.eA,, W-LLLLojn.: I, 
Co ^JzeJ:J: , WZJUZa/n : 3 . 
CoAJWciX, KaAAA^on: 9,12,'l4,i7. 

" ThoA/Uori: 8 ,9 , 1 1 ,12,1 5. 

deiuuj,, RobeAJi: 1 ,4 , 5,8 ,9,'iO, i2, i8 ,19,20. 
DeuaiuU, L.R. : 13. 
dlxon, T.IR.: 8. 

t-.£. : 13. 
dobj-LLng., U-lLLlan: 8,12. 
dAJ^LeJJ,, CLUha: 74. 



ZnjocTvi, LJ-LUij,: 7 /, 7?, 76', 75,20. 
tJ-einUruj., 'jxisney^ C, : 3. 
Ta^l£kf.ce., Lcmm^ : 75. 
Tautch, Thcmcui: 9- 
f^te.e.d, 'Jjioo-b: 75, 'S, 

" ^hn: 3. 

" 'Ja/icph: 73,76. 

JuAfjAytiOn, Stj^aaAA,: 13. 
<^oen, LLUtiag.: 1,2,3,4,6, 

" ThofncLd: 5,U , 1 5, i6,l8 , i9,20, 
(^a-Ldcbij,, Q.s.O'^e.: 3. 
ga^idon., nioAA^an: 2,3 ,4,G,8 ,10, ll. 
^oiUd, JajMon B. : 20. 

" Ro^iJjori: 13, T 6. 

" ZLUij, H.: 1,9, 

" S-imori: l8, 

" W'idjow: 5. 

" U-LUMm. X.: 16,19. 
Q^judXi^, ULlchaoX: 16. 
y^tcenc, dauld: 1,9,10,13- 
HaiieA^teij,, DennZ^ B. : 20. 

" IRa^: 9. 

nam-lLtoa, ft..']-.: 20. 
HcAxbruin, Lerui/'ul: 15. 

Haij^, "Jjolxrt: 3. 

" Samj.i.e^ Ja. : 8. 
' " U'LLLlam.: 15* 
noltd^, "J^^ail: 1,1 6. 

" Lxiaj,: 3. 

" Thcnicui ; 3 . 
Ho-Liap-p-te., <^e.o-trje.: 15, 
Hop-.^&A., rl.F. : 74. 
Ho^ineA, T^uinx^U: 10,12,13 ,l7 , i9, 20, 2i . 

" Jacjo-b: 12,l4,lG, i8 ,20. 

Ho-6&a, Hajicjh: 3. 
llagAe^ , 2A.,chaAd : 14,1?' 
HuruteA., He/Uij.: 3. 



J4cytMj(i, Heruij^H.: 2,3, lO, 11 ,lS, i7 , lii ,201 

'J^an, LdMond: 13, T^- 

" $eo^i^ iL.: 18,19,20. 

" 1e44-eA^on 2. : 72. 

" ^<}epA W. : 1,5, i3. 

" Thonai %. : 12, i4, i7 , l8 ,19,2i . 

" Thantoyi ?. : 1 1 » 

JjejikMiyi, n.cUhafvieM: 2. 

" ^e^ecca: 2. 

J^ax, Rabz^^ 5. : 6,^. 

Lcm^jeA., Bcjhjxwvin: 3,9' 

" Jo-ceph: 5, /4. 

" UJUUxvn: 15. 

Le-och, Jo-ctuia: 7 6. 

" L.U.: 13. ■ ' 

£ec, UjeiTLCJut: 20. 
" JanU^on: 2,17. 
" lohri fil.: 18. 
jCe.^, LiUAjxe.: lO. 
Luidie.ij,, Ujjjood: 6,8. 
LuiL, 'pitta: 10,11, /4,i 9. 

" PcteA: I3,U,20. 
lIlahc^uieiL, Oi^efi: 18,19,20. 
{iialo^U, Uuj, U. : 13. 
iFiaAhc^u, RbrusA: 4. 

" OaAhafvieA. ?.: i ,2,3 ,^,6,8 ,10,12,13,14,17 , l8 , l9, 20. 

niaAhejjy, H-Ouuz: 1^,19. 

" Tkomcui: 10,1 1, 13. 

aicup, B.7. : 3. 

" Ben^arUrL: 3. 
IR&aaagh, %.L.: 27. 
UllLLeA, J^^e^: 1 5. 
niUJ^, R.I.: 76. 

" ?JjdxaAd: 11. 

[liorutijharL, lane^: 20, 

" Herv^f.: 9, 1 1 ,l4, i9,20. 

" TiUn^: lO,li. 



lRantg.am.eAij., lacJi^an: H . 
" lIlLUon.: 4,5. 

" [lejjjton: 9' 

UlaaJie., ^^epA: 2,3,8,11. 
UloAAl^on, k.T.: 20. 
[RaCLa^kj^, O^aaa: 3. 
fllcyJMutjodc, WtLUam.: 5,74. 

" WUXam.-:i 7.: 19,20. 

lllcJ-LenUng., tiagK: 17,i8,l9' 

" IdUJJjm: 20. 

lilcDrvtUe., lahjx: 73,74,7 6. 
filcXlrvxexj,, 'Jmie^: lb, I?. 
rilcJle-dhf, ?.obs.nA: 3. 
Hcjjy-Lia, CLl'JM.: 73. 
aejpian, C.flLC. : 9,T0,U,i7. 
n^jzhxsl^an, TsXgji: 1,2,9. 

" 7lxaacu6 W..: 4, 5,8 , i3, i5, 'l7, l8 , l9,20,21 . 

" lUcAJceA.: 2. 

lUxan, Jabe.^ H. : 7,8. 
IUmm.am.aLeyi, (PJ^chaeM: 19. 
PfUpp^ , tflcfyona: 14,1 6,1 8, 1 9. 

" lah^xJ^ T.: 6. 

ToLLaAjd, 'Jx^ha: 3,4,5,^,8. 

" aaah: I4,l6,l8,20. 

" SaMl^: 2,3,^,10,12, i5. 

" S^&on: 6,9,10,1 1,12,14,19. 

To^us^, D.H.: 13. 

" dau-ui: 8,1 1. 
Po^-tleuroAMi, phn: 5,6,^,9,10,11. 
?^o, ChJiA^VuirL: 7 7. 

" 'J^hn: 3,4,6. 
Heed, SUnyi L. : 13 ,14, 1 5, i6, 17 ,18 . 
Heeue^ <5.- T^ra: 9. 

JHchoAdyi, ColLLTibi06 H. : l5,l9,20,2l. 
?.U.ey., /ILaa^o 7.: 2,3,4,5. 
Ji-LtctuiAxUon-, T/ioTicw; 3. 
?AXcJxeAyion, Uoytixt^: i5. 
T.obe^'uU, lawb: 1 ,2,-. ,9 ,1 1 ,12. 

" 2^inie^ : 11 , 



]iaJjeAybi, 'p3hn L. : 70. 

" Ttiarna^ H. : 10. 

Jio-OeA^an, nanAjj,: 10,11 ,12, H. 
" Jafin: 19,20. 

" WUJMm: 4,5,9 ,12,13 ,1^ ,15, i6, 17,1^ ,19,20, 

^a^enMaun, ChaAA.&^: 15. 

" §ea^e k. : H, 12,20. 

" ^hn. UJ.: 1,9. 

2u^^eAM, C^co^e.: 10, iS. 

" Jvkn: 18, 

^ooU,, O^axxc: 12,13,15,1^,20. 
Steads., ftejvuj.: 8, 

" 'jjotui g.: 3. 
ShaaU, B.C.: 20, 
ShuouAA^ (StiwLU), HdfvVj.: 18. 

" " IJ)-LLLicL'z : 2,4. 

SfianqA-eA., T.C: 12,13,1^. 

" SamxeJ,: 13- 

Staaj. , U^^lg.k^ : 2,3, n,l3> 
S'te.phefh^-Ste.u'e.'i^, Pi, : 20, 

" " Prnie^i: U,lG. 

S^teiJa^tt-S-tiuiAJ:,, /ladytew: 3 . 

" " dau-UL ?,: 12,13. 

" " ^hriL.: 2,7,8,9, 

Taague, LiUce.: 3, 

" WUMianB.: 5,8 ,11 ,l4 ,l7 , i9,20, 
JhacLeA., T-LUnan: 7 6, 
T/io.np^oa, phn D. : 1 ,2,7 ,8 ,9, 'lO,1 1 ,12,13, lb. 

" JjO-iepA: 18. 

T-ip-fien., O^a-Lah. 2.: 11. 
TuAneJi, g&orcjze. P.. : I. 

" LouA^a: 3. 

UaiiqJifi, Jolia: 5. 

Udlon, la tut: 19, 
'JaA^ten, tijayifvirvj^tan.: 1 2, 

iOc^ne^, BcrvJxijTuLn: l3,lS,i8, 

" tC-LLLLam : 3 . 



Ufie-eMeA., %.W. : U 




" 


^^fia: a. 




" 


p;yi4i^: 9 




" 


H-LchaAxi: 


8,11. 


" 


UZ-LLlcwi: 


3. 


(dlLcax, HJjiarx: 13 




lULL^aq,, HenAjj. C. : 


7 6. 


" 


HenA^. W. : 


70. 


" 


^hn. H. : 


70. 


" 


John Id. : 


73. 


" 


^^cah: 


5,72,73,76,7.^. 


U'LLLuwyi , Qca-tae.: 


17. 


" 


^e^^e: 


74, 15. 


Idood, 


John: 3. 
2obeAt: 3. 




bloocU^ 


, 2.C.: 76. 





Bytown. Tuj/2, 
'JoyitUjxgJjon, CoanMj,, OrtcLiana 



thxL olZq-LnxbL tAiui-tte. ^<^co-td, rLOJich, 
C.£. CoaL 
8l2 Sp.tag.LLc P^oad 
Oruilanap.aLiyi , OnA, 



"^e.p.O'tJ:. 0^ ReccA^Ays and CxpejuLLtvyteyi ofL B^wim. tujp,. -fxt^ l859-" 

^e.ceAJire.d. a-f. QeoAjjjt B'iatj-le.ij. S2, 

PcUd J^CLac B^iAweA. S253»5S /o/T -cchoo-i h.oiL^&4 -in dUyi-UujiA/i 1, 2 and 3. 

" H.H, l.cgAAJj.g. S84.52 ps^ ^(Jwoi, kou^e. -in, cUyiiAyLc^ 7. 

" fzJbeJL Link, 384.52 ^on, ^c/wol Iwoyie. -In cLLitAAJzA. 4. 

" H.,H.. O^piZg^ $84.52 p3A, ^cfiaat /lotioe 'in dA^VUxiA, 5. 

" Tfiaria^ Qaen $84.52 p}^ ^chaat /loo^e -in dUyi^UiAjcA, 8. 

" J..L. UleJuuLiqh S65»30 po^ 6 <j-totre^. 

" C. BJiawn. and C.H.. Ji-lcAaAxii 52. ^a-t pieJj^tut on -itoueyi, 

" H. [Rane.tjAon $l5» pO'l a ^dcAoa-L .^-Ite. -in dL6'tAAxU. 1, 

" C.H. 'R-Lcha/tdyi 576. -jLO'X hJ^ ■<)e^u-Lcjtyi a^ Vm^tdo., 

" S.uiie,on Pa-LLa^d $17.40 /o^ hJ^ -^eJujAjc^yi a<3 cjon^itab-Le.. 

" WaJJJmjji B. Tea^Lc Z5. a^ ^uneAj/'Lia.'i -in d^L^ViAjcA. 6. 

" Thxima^ (R. lU-c/io-Lson. $2.5.50 p3^ tvl/i ^ioAU'LcjL'C ao tAu^tde.. 

" Tfwma^ Jdon 5'5. a^ ^dUfieAirA^o^ -in dA^-tAJjzA. 3. 
Pccd-Ured S6.52 piom. Su^ann CLaAk. p3^ A^nt an Jjot 8 ajz 'ie.cAAJon, l6. 

C-BuJig., Ap/UU., l859: "^-^aac Sca-tt pxzld $7.50 ao dVie.C'tayt -In diyiiAAxA 2. 

Ulatf 77, 1859: School teac'ic^i^ paid o^ -{LoJJjjim: fl.A. Cha-zbaAlaAn $12.03 
at ^dvool 4 lo^ 1857-58; John fll. £e.e $13.90 al -adiool t po^c. /8 57-58; aaah 
Pollo'td $9.70 al school 7 -f-o^ 1857-58; fl.A. OLan-Lle^tlaAn S43. at -ochool 5 
pan, 1858-59; n.P. !ilaAh^.i $43. oA, school 6 ^o^ /858-59; naafi PoPLoaA $43. 
aJL school 8 lop^ 1858-59. 

IRaif 18, 1859: Softool -teacAe^^d aald^: Q.R. Jean 543. at -cchoal 7 poA. 18$ -S: 
Benfonln iJe-aaext $13.90 al -ichool 5 po^t /8 57-58; B.B. Hane--i^P;. $30. al 
school 4 po'f. i858-59; lijjnclA tionjxoA, $43. al .ocIioq-L l pon, t8 58-59; Cdriand 
7. BowzA, $32.40 al ^Oxaol 2 poA. i858-59. 

IRaij. 23, 1859: 1 eachsA^ paid: CU. Ca^l-Li $9.2^ oA, -ochaol 2 /o^ i857-58 
and John BAJoahi $10.95 at. ^diool 2 poA. 1858-59. 



IRojj, 28, 1859: Jj/jn.an 3. Qoald palxL $43. -f-oA. Icachlmj. ^cAool 3 In 1858-59- 



C-BoAj}, Juno. 6, 1859: Tax c fL 4(t Pzuldd on cac/i $100. Ida. loirmtilp. puAfio^e^. 
Tax o/. 25't pe.t SlOO. and 50c poll lax ls.ule.d poA. ^spdolal <icAoal puylpx}^e>i. 



June. 10, 1859: IzachcAyi paid: JO':>e.pJt 7'te.GxL $13.90 a.t ^cJlooI 6 Lo-t i857-5-:. 
Ijpian B. gould $10. y5 al -cchool 4 lo^t 1857-58 and g.P.. Jd.in SlO.98 al 
school 3 loA. 1857-58. 



SefU., 2U, IS 59' Zruwie^tatlon o-L ctvLLdAxm, yitvour.o -OiaA. the-le. aJie. 25/ nrnte^ 
and 220 /.e/7iczXe4 i/cMczen -the. aq.eyi a^ 5 and 2 1 -in tne. taum^tvip.. 



Se.pU., 26, 1859: Itiamcbi fi.. Stcpfizn^ pa-id S2, cui ■cap.C'Ur-l^O't am. dl^iAAJZ^ 7. 
Jan. 73, 1850: 2obeAJi denw^ poAxL S3* 50 a^ ^iupe^tu^O't -in dAyiViXcA. 6. 



7eJj. 11, 1860: COimnt £ee fuUd 54. a<j -mp.e^Lr-ViO't -in dLcViyicJ, 4. 

H.H, 'Jyiq.'tAjrpq. pa-id Si 83 '7 6 po^ bivLLdlnq. /icJiao-L koa^e. -in cLLo-tAic-t 5 ana'. SlO, 

poA^ e-x-tAo. woaJc on yichoo-L fwiUie. nwnbe.^ 5* 

Ra(jey:t dennij, paAxL Si, a^ cA,eAL o^ eJj?.Cytion at IPctt Ca.AineM -in RpAAA. o^ i859> 

fcJb. 25, i860: Cijen. filahxsAJLGJj. poAxi 52. a-<3 yiopxiAJJ-iyiOA -in dAyitAJjiA, 5. 

UiaAxih. 5, i860: Tax op 2c pe^t Si 00, ■ie.u-le.d poA. ■tou:n<,tU.p piMip.a-ie-i. Tax op 
10<t pe^ SlOO, and 25c po-LL Le.u-ie.d -p:)^ -apticAMX. -^aioa-L pu-^po-ae^, 

lilaAch. 10, 1860: fH.S, BaAne-tt pa^d $5, a^ 'iU-p^.''l'J-ico-t -in dLiiJi-ic-t 3, 

37, ; T-tanc-Li Ka-tne.-t paid. Si. a^ CyLeAk. op an eJjs,c-tion k.eA,d. oA 

Ult. Ca-tneU, -in OctxthcA. of- i859. Si. aPco poAxL -to fi.?. luoMieA. cu) cUx^Uc and 
Ajo £.5, tjoea arui Ce-O/tge RoJ^ap-pAje. g<3 -pidgeyi aA- -tamo. &Pe.cAAJjn, 
flpAJX 2, 1860: Tne. po-Liotx'Anq. weA.&. pa-id po-^ -ie-tir-irug. at an eJ^cAJj^n tieAxL 
at Hit. CaJmeU, on Ap^l-it 2, i860: %d, Tfiampyion, [^.fl, J^^an, S-ila^ Po-LLa-td, 
W-iLLiam. B, Te.agjj.G., 
2e^LLtt-i op an e-icatian ficUd at fJlt, Ca-v.ieA, an th-i-i dai/.: 

T ■'014 tee. -Co-thlrvi B-lauin.-97 ; IJ-U^Ltan. QaPa/ian-51 , 

Con--i.taJjte: LJtley. C/ioch- lOO; IJ-iLLia/n 7. BlacLbuAn~88 ; HpmAjj. L\ 'J-itpanq.-l: 

iiJ-iLLiam. B. Teague.-? ; P.oheAt dznmi.-^, 
'Road -6upsAv-Lio-t<i: 

D-Lit. 1: Ben^'jyjrUn RahoAJxexp-2.0 ; £,£, CaAAA^i-lOc 

2 T.IR. lUrJwVian-8; Q.IR, Je.an-4 ; Jvlxn CottPe.-2, 

3 J^y. lean- 6; hienuj. Sttade-5. 

4 l.fl. BaxteA.-12. 

5 ^-aepn LajijipeA-'l2; bJeyitei;. CanJJ<An<i~7 . 

6 (JxAA^t-ian ?-iou:-20; Dau-id P. S teica-tt-l 5 . 

7 CH. Ji-UJia-ldi-'lj; PaAp^-lj. H. Qaa-ld-7 ; LJa^hAnqJion Ca^e-6; 
Pohe-tt denrup-2. 

IPia^cJi 31, i860: Ttw.ia^ Cocn. uj-i-tti a -bid of 5347. '■<'0 io-a<3 ih.e loixs bidden ana. 
wa^ Oii-ayided the cjorUytacU. to buJMi -^choat 9 neoA. Ca^ip.beLLibuL-t(j.. 



3. 

flpJuM 10, lUbO: Tkona^ Qacn, H.H. 'J^gA.Lq^g. and R.?, nathcJi ^uAjUij. ^ji 
■bvJMUrui. ^chaa-i 9, -to -be, cjompAjsAe-d bi^ {JJi^t dojj, o^ UawcmMeA., 
(flo dayte.) ; Tke. p^'LLnLii-inq. pj^^t^orvi tiat/e. ■be.e/i Vian^ {LeAA^od. to BA/^uxix ta'±-n^tUji 
p3t /ichxioL fuaXrL04>izyi: Jhtornxui fRaA^th&ic and Dau-ld Qyte.ejz piam, FiO'UJxe.ayit -toiL-n- 
■ctUfL, O'lang-C ooanMj. and OxoaAjS^ 2addbsA. -piam J-e-^e^l^an. -taajn^hJ^, id o^hMigAjo n. 

CjOLUVtl/.. 

IRai^ 27, 76'60: 426 ^cJvolaA^ In, 3fl, 2C. and. 75 -in, $n, 2£. 

Se.p.t, 20, i860: Siunaa-tip o-L ■^choat ejuvzdAMAAjon,: 17 A aoLe^ and 23 1 ■f^z.'nxbLe.yi . 

420 Aji 3fl, 2£, 85 -in 4n, 2£., 24 iAan^^ayuie.d pujin Je^e^^on. toum^thlp.. 

Rau, 15, i860: Tliomcyi <^oe.n and M..H. O'iqAAjjj^ paZd Sl73'90 due. p3A. ■liiu.Ldln.'^ 

ocJxoot 9- 

Uloy'L. 4, I86l : Tax o/. 3i pe-i $100. le.trZ.e.d -^oA. txiixmohyip. p.uA.fLO^eyi. Tax oZ 

72e pc/t 5700. and 25c F^U, le.Lr4.ed p:iA. .icAoaiyi, 

lllaA., 9, l86i: ToLtouZng. -tcacheAyi weJie. e.ach. px:-id S60. /.o^t, te-axitUnxj. yichaal. 

Ajt 1860-61: dcnnJyi B. Hc/^ieAyihj. at .ccAoot 8; rnuncJ^ Ho^lneA aA. -icliaat 4 

and Dat/td Haq.a at, ^iaicoL 3. 

PiOyt. 72, l86l : Thanxui <^ocn fm.-id $9- o/i diAe.cto-t tn ^choot (ii<3-t^Lot 8. 

Stephen /2. RyicAat^on pa-id. $3'50 .fLa-t ujood piAnt^iked ^ichoat dJ^VvlcJ:. i. 

R.P. filaJJieA. poAd 58.35 a-c3 di-teCyta-'i and uyood ■jiivlii.Lih.ed -ccJ-ioot dodtAAcA. 6. 

Ba^AM Teag.aAden paAd $35' {-O-t teacfiAng. ^chaot dtyi-txAxA, 6. 

UlaScJi. 74, lS6l: la.iey^ l.lon-jJion paAd $10.17 /o-t. uoad and dL'te.cJjo^ Atl .odwot 

dA^tAA.c.t 7 . 

IHaA. 16, I86l: Ro-tban fl. Ca^uiueAA, pa-id 'j60. fa-t teadiAnq. -acJiool 2 186O-61. 

"J^aac. U. CaAe^iyi pa-id 560. pD-t teachAmj. yichoot 5 -f-o^ 186O-S1 , 

lltaS^ch 19, 1861: 2,C. IJjaod poAA SoO. p-t texicJvLna <ichoot 9 -in l860-6l. 

UpA^Li 5, 1861 : 2.d. Tiwripyoon paAd ^60. {.a^ -teacdUng. nc. 9 -in j860~6'I. 

RpA. 13, 186 1 : 2obcAA. uennjj, poAxL '^26.(l'8 a^i teacheA In di-it. 7 -in i8c0-6l. 

UAAtAxmi B-UiueA pa-id 35.04 /x3-t wood pjAnA^cfied -icJicot d-i^tJiAcX 5. 

ChAA^.tlan /-row paid 51,50 a-i yiape.^ta-i4 0A. o^ -■toad d-iy^.t-^-icA. 6. 

fipA. I, I86l : KZyioiAyi o f. an eAjtcA^uon IxeAxL at Hit, CcAJiieA.: 

T-^yitce.: Lew-Li CayipeA-99 ; Co-lhin-i B''iaicn-23. 

Conyi-iaMte: UiAA^ianL 7. t-LacLOa^in-64-; Utteij. LnacA-85; SqiiAAe. L. I)GtAx}n-2i ; 
QcC'tge BeagA.e.i/.-1 . 

'Road <3 ap eAv-iA o Xa : 

d-uit. 1: Sanuel Snr.ed-60; t,.£. Ca-te^^-7,* ^anjieA. jj;nn~4 ; ivAAA.iani 
BaAAeij.-3. 

2 'Jotin jJtc.tald-y^ ; n.C. Lia-Lo-tA-l. 

3 'Jjineyo Q. JiobeAt-i-'l . 



4. 

4. HcUharU&'L C^A^zax-J 5 ; St&rJien lila,ttftcu-7 ; nor.ton ^aaJjl-l . 

5. 'Jur.e^i f. naAAyin-9; DauAji TolUcA-T . 

b, Tftomoyi "3. U-LLion- lb; 'John. SmAMx-S ; 'pD/in. C. Uai^Xe^i-S. 

7. IHoie.^ 'J-. n-LtxJtcadi-2; Jjofm Haij^-l . 
June. 24, 16b I : C.H, 'R^h.o/td^ p.cuid Si, 50 a^ ■^up-e.^U'LiO'^ -La ■>wad dAyiVbLcA. 7. 
Raq., 15, 186'/: 2ecieAue.d notlcjz. piam. -the t^liuitecaf!. UeAnari ijDUjrvchUp. thaA. 
llLoAip HiurteA. -Ld -Oumyi-^e^vtcd -to c^toum touyn^tiA^ pD^ .^chao-L p.ii/t/20<5e<3. 
Rug.. 23, l8Gl : "JyiaOeJJxL i-eA.q.en^on. o/ U'toun tauyn.<itU.p. -Li VLanyif.eyVie.d to 
8ona 4xiajrt<ihXp., Laiytancie. cxiantip pi ft ■^ch.ooL pitA.px}<:c^. 

Hug.. 24, I^G'I : SuwncAJj- o/ the. enume.-tatJjo n o^ cfUJjiAen ag.e.d 5 to 27; 
220 i.iate^ and 190 IPMCLlo^i In 3/7, 2£,; 36 rioXeo ajid. 3 1 ■f-cjuaj.e^ -In 4ll, 2£; 
20 Vian^l.eJUie.d la B-^wn. piom. "jjeJ^^eylyion; 8 fianof-c.lAed to d'-Loun -puan Ud-lnon; 
d t^La/h<>l!.e-tAe.d to B-loom. ptoni. flo^'ith, Lcyj-t towri^htp., Q-tanq.e. Co. Jo-tat of. 5'l3' 
Aug.. 26, l8Gl : Copji o/l /icJwot dmuMicJuitAxin o/. ftacttonat pa^Vt o-f Toun. 4 fi. 
Jiange 2 La^it pCLe^ w-ltJx tJie, Hud-Lto-t o-fL Laicin-enxie. counAji .{LO't .th-e. piA^it tine.. 
Uou, 4, 18b1 : Conies u)-iAAyOjj!i 0:>-LAJ^eyt, a^^-Lgnj?,?- o fi UtLLuvn. Q.attah-an i:-Ltn 
an account aga^:n^t tize. txjun^h-Lp. cm -fLoiAow-i, fo-l dA^ViAxiA- 2; S4.50 -jLo-l 6 
caAxU of wood; 30(t pon. I -b^toam.; lOc {-0-1 I -tin cup.. 
floLT. 77, 7567: 444 -ccho-UiA-i -in 311, 2L and 67 tn 411, 2L. 

ILou. 22, iSb'l : C.H. P.-ixJia^uLi appa-tnted. dtA.e.cto->L of. ^ctioot dLtitAAct 7 to 
os/tt/e imtLL -the -piJuit -iatuyLdav.. -in Oct^he-t, 7od2 oi un-VLL h-Li <5acce<3-:3o-t. 
he. e-Le-cted and cfuaPoftcd. 

Dec, 77, 186'/: Cco^c A. ?.o-6erUjaani a^Qpotate-d dA^le-cto-t of- -ichaot cW^-tVlct 4 
unt^LL -the pOt.it -ia-tujuiaij. -Ln CctaheK. i8G2. 

dec, 72, 186/: Jacaii 7-tced appiotnted -^ap^Ajj-L^o-^. ^joad dLLiVuicA. 7 io pUJ^ 
the uacan-cju. of iTi-LLe^ 'J., IlLtchcack., 

dec, 27, '/S6/: lii-LLeij. Enochs, coruitali-Le, patd S4.15 oa fee-i -in the ca-ie o f 
B-tOLTn tou/Vihtp. (In;. Jcfue-i Q. Ha-beyXtyO, ^upe^^/^O't d-i-it^UxA. 3) ^S, John Co'lra^eJJ.. 
feb, 17, 76' 62: U..?. idaAiLC't appo-inted dt^tecta-t of -ic/zoot dt^t-ttcA 6 unAAL 
fAJu>t -icMULdaxi -in CcAobe^i /vb?.. 

ChaAAc^ Co-LLle^ wo/i patd $2.5. , the ainoujvt due d-Lot'iAcA 6 on account of 
-the-Lt -ichoot not being. co.np-Letjzd -in -the w-inteJi of / 860-6'/. 
flla/i. 5, 1862: T.J.. 'j)--iA^on pa-id 58.75 ao -cupe-lt'-i^o-l -in -toad. dt^-tt-icA 6. 
lilaA.. 7, 1862: Jane^ U. RobeAt^ pa-id S2.50 om -^ujienjj.iAO'X -ir^ dt/iViAjcA 3. 
RpAAA 5, 1862: "jahn dtcka^iA. patd. S3, oyi -iupe-m-Lco-t -in di-otiAc-t 2, 
Rp-ttt 7, 1862: ^e^uAtyi of en eAccticn hetd .UU-o daij, oA i:A. Coytnet: 
Jwi.t-ice: n.P. riaAhe.A-93; Q.A. ?.o-ienMaujz-78 ; 7.S. ^ebb-54. 
Constable: [JLLaij. in.ocfi-i-9/ ; T. /. iu-U^on-8 1 ; C.'J. ooctlc~/8; U.fi.. U^Lla-tz- 
-2; }ane^ U. LtLcott-43. 



7-404 -tee: Lcmj-U) Gx<3pe-r-5'6. 

d-iyii., 7; S4Mie.an IJe^-t^xLLL-ld ; D, Cc/ie^^- 1 . 

2: ^hn. dlckaJU-l ; R-lchaAd ljjtte.eMeA.-12. 

3: (d-LLLLam. DeiiruyCi-3 ; B. S piarLqAjeJL-l . 

4; Jotin, [i)-Lt^arui-2; RoAAjon, QoLLid-4. 

5: Ttwmwi Qoen.-i5; keruuj, B-udijtl-S* 

S: A, OueAman- 1 5 ; Iv-UMtan 7, B-iacl^buJux-A , 

7: 7.3. Badg.eA,-l5; John. Hcu^-5. 
flpAJX 19, 1S62: PeAcyt LinL pxUd S5. -^oA. qAAxjA. -Ltl fLcumerU. /o-?. bwUjJA/ig. 
^dxoo-i ftcx^e. 4, 

RfiAJA, 2.2, 1862: fl.P. Ula-theA paid 52.26' -fLa-t ^tZce. ^c^ -in. ca^e. o/ fi-to^-n. 
Ax>wrLyihA..p Lr^, John. Co^nL-e.JJ^ and P.Uje^xA. WAjixLLe., 

80c paid to UZ-UUani 7, B-LacJ^Jjuyut pi't corvitaM-Le. -jLce^ -in, cyi^e. o{. B'toun toin- 
^hZp LT.i. flLbcyU, Id -indie., -^xbiJAnq. to u.roAL the. piU'-Llc tuMhwaij., 
'Jidjj. 2B, 76' 62; ^eo-trre /I. Ra^eJtbaun pa.ld 52.50 -^o-^ AJipa.-Ln.-isLq. -idvoa-i 4. 
fi.iiq., 23, l8G2: ^hmtltwAu. o/ -icAoa-L ejuMneA-oAAXin: 42 aateyi end 34 ^e'n.o-ie-a 
AJt 4n,2S.; 222 nia-ie-i and 1 99 f-enale-c -in. 3fl,2L; 72 maZe^ end. I p^/:uxlc t-tan^- 
■fjeAA.e.d plant 'jje^te^^ort toun-ifiZp; 3 /nateyi and 5 ^eria-La-6 tlcJhc-^eAAed ptOui 
UeAnart tou.'rL6hJ.pi; 4 nate-i and 4 .^ejrioJji^ ■Oian-i, f^o.r.le.d pwni Q-'ian.g.e. counAjj., 
TataZ o-f, 283 tnaleyd and 1 53 ^ei^uiLeyi, 

Se-pt. 5, 1862: "J-ioac B-tcuc^-'^i, paid S5» /^-^ -^eytv-ioe. a^ -LLbyla^lAan -iio't 2 y.eai<;. 
Sep.t. 2.7, l862: l-H. CaJteyi.^ e.np.Loij.cd -to -teach -ichoo-L I /.o-?. 5 rrtortthyy oA. 
$20. peA. rrtanJJt and .^cJvoo-i to -6-taAA. on. Sept. 29. 

Oct, 13, 1862: B.f, ritcJto-Lcort en.ptot/.ed at 5 1 . peA. daij. to tp,ach -achvot c. 
Oct. 18, 1862: S.C, lllcJto-U>on. to t^ach -ochoat 5 at 57. pe^t daxt -ita-tttng. 
OcA. 20. 

Oct. 20, 7662; d.L. Ha'ja to teacJi -ichool 4 at ': i . peA dai(.. 
CcA. 27, 1862: J.B. ?o-1.tc.X (in.ptoij,e.d to -te-ach -school 9 /o-t 540. pe-t rr.orAh 
and he ti -teq.utt€.d -to fit-tntyih. an o-i-i-iyitanA -Licuzn.ied hu. courttij. ^choot exarJjz^'- 
Oct. 30, 1862: €r,-uiia fl. Cf/iavcyi empAotj,e.d to -teach -^cJioat 7 oA 75c pe.'t daif. 
ataylAtrtg. Hat/, 4. 

Ho(/. 1, 1862: I.L. T.ahcA.tyi to teadt -icJtaat 3 a-t S I . peA dmj. -o-toAt^inq. ILol'. 3- 
HoiT. 8, 1862: 2. D<zinj.;. -La -teach -cchoat 8 at Si. pc-i datj.. 
dec. 31, 1862: IJ.P. Baolie-x pa-id 54. ^o/t ujood tiiAn-l-oluid -cchaot 3. 
'Jan. 10, 1863: J./^. /Itc-M er.atou.ed at Si. pe-t dcip to canptete. fxe une.xpt-te.z. 
■teAT.i ofL -dchoot 4 -i-ta/itina Jan. 1 2. 

Jan, 3l, 1863: J-uj^itec notifAed teacneAyi t/iat -Uig. ten-i.Ut a-{L -icJtaot -in 
B-Ijouhx towruihtp -^o-l. fxe vea-l. i862-63 Lcou-Ld -be 1 00 daiuic 



6, 

liicLt. 3, 76' 63; Tax o^ 2c fieA. S'lOO. te-Lr-led /o/T. ■toujrvihAfi puAp.O'ieyi aruL i<t 
fieA, SI 00. -LcLrZad ^o-t ^pzc^LaL ^c/wo-L pu-lpxi^e^, wA^th. tlte, cancMJiAafLc.^ o^ JJxe. 
Coujvtt/. Conif!u^yi-ian.cA^. 

flpAJX 7, l863: 2e^iiltyi of, an (^Ajs-cAajdix tieAd aA. [R-t, CatMeJ^ on ApAAA. 6: 
TJiiUit^e.: £. Ca/ifiaA.-'lOb. 

ComtaOle.: T.J. 'jJ.U^on-97 ; 'J-U-^ij, Lnocn-97' 
Sap.(zAM^oA^: 

d-Ul. 7; 'J^,7. Co^jweJJ^-20. 

2: n. ^obeA^Uon-n ; UaJUamiji H.ajnAJJjon-12. 
3: m.P, BoaLeA,-8. 

5: %. 'jJe.djjei':ood-l / . 

6: 7-tancA^ CLlcJc-l5- 

7: 'Jxitvh :iUMleyt-2, 
fipAJJ, 73, 7c:^63: SoiA to Jacxsh 7^ie.cd the. -Oiact o^ tend tLc^lsAc fxi ^^ cxiouoi^^d 
tx> John Haij^, 'J-okn JTJJU^cA, and Ja/n.&^ H, T/io/^o^ a-i ^cJioot tAiu>te.&yi of -ichoot 
dA^tnJjct 9 tn 3Ii,2E. and th,c^Ui ^0005^-40-^4 -i/t offJ^CA fO't'z.ucyX, po^ -cchoo-i 
piVqio-i>e^ , -bij- U-l^,gJit Stacif A-lMiat^d. on no-tth. Line. ojL th-e. ao^t/i ea^t q-uo'lte.-'i 
c^ ^cotton 33, /-o-t SI 5. 

Scfit, 7, Id 63- SarwiaAJj. o-f ^chaot e/uvneAatZan a-f 1863 : 248 rrujAj^^ arid. 221 
■fejPMJjSyO -in 3fl,2L; 37 m.ale^. and 29 -p&nate^ tn 411, 2L; 13 n.aJuzyi and 12 I^ulL^ 
tJiaruifeAJttd -fJcom. "jo-ffe^^on toumitU.f>.; 2 niate^ end. 5 -fcniateyi tnxjn^fe.n.'ie.d 
plant UeAnon touin^ntp, JataJ, o-f. 300 mateyi and 267 -feMiate.^, 
Oot» 7, 1863: ^.y. Ba-'LtteAA. to tcacJi ^cAoot 7 fo'l SI, 25 peA. dai^ ^ixiAAAnq. 

OcJjoheA. 5' 
Oct. 6, 1863: H.iil. Qjxfi.eyi'i to te.ach. ^cTioot 2 at SI, 25 pe.^ dxu^ ^tayltAng. I'.o'j.. 
OcA. 17, 1863: Orwia ft. (^laueyi to teach ^choot 8 ^ta'ttLuj. R.ou. 2,c>/,p.£A dc^ 
OcA. 19, 1863: S.L. Kccd t-tand-fe^Vi.zd ptom. dA^tlAjcA 9 to dLitAAjzA 6 -fox. 
■<idxooL p.(./^ao-de<), q.ood cav-ic bcAnq. ^,'ujun Jjij, hux p^i -ouo/i t-lam-fe^l. 
OcA. 20, 1863: I'l.B. D^tt^coJU. to teach ^icJiaol 9 at S2, peJi dojj, and he J^ 
to -foytnlyih an a-ci'i'Lo-tant, 

Uct. 2.3, 1863: IC'tttlan hi. X'luAyitnncJi ta teach ^choat 6 at Si. 28 pet day. 
'Cto/lttng. OcA. 26. 
OcA. 24, 1863: S. CnLLic't to teadi yichoot 4 at Si ,25 pc^t daip ^taJiA^'n,-;, on 

OcA. 26. 
OcA. 31, 1863: S.C. fltc'wtion to teach ^cnoot 5 at Sl,25 pcA. daij., ^talt~ 
tng on flou. 2. J-.C. Ca-te.^-i to teacJt ^cJiaol 3 at Si. 25 pe-t dxiij. ^toyi^tAnj 
an flou. 9* 

Hot/. 6, 1863: Ji.d. Jhor.n.^an to teac/i ochoot 7 a-t S 1 .25 pe.t daip ^ta-ittng. 
the yieoond mondxup -in floue"ujeA, 



/. 

natf. 16, l8G3: Ul.S. baAiieAA. pxUd 5^.95 ^o^ ^'ood end ^paJJ-^ ^choolL 3. 
nou. i7, 1^63: 7,d, Badg.eA, ptUd S I , a4 ^upeytu^a^t o-f. dJ^VUcX 7. 
Uau. Id, 1863: 42/ ^cAalaA^ -in 3lL, 2£ anxL 76 ^cAolaA^ <n 4ii,2L. 
IMaA. 1 8 6^. 
Afi^UM 5: Re^uJjU o/ e^eoUoa tteJA Ap/Ut 4. 

•/.uuj-tce; £. Ca^pcA-75; T.Ul. lilchoUort-l . 

CarvitaOle: IRJU ^aheAJ^an-58 ; T.J.. WU^on-28 ; Jhcma^ gaesi-ll ; Ull^ 

Znachyi-39. 
SapeAul^oA^: l: %C. CaA^^-2; John. L. Co^tiu^^eMl-22. 
2: ^. /J/^eXeA-/4; T.fR. fUcJio-Uon-l . 
3: X. S.taAJ:^-3. 

4; datrld C^te,erL-4 ; S-tepAea Co-LLl&yt-l . 
5: ^/m. Qaen-W. 
6: n. ConhUn-8. 
filatj, 9: ^69 ^chaixjyX^ -in. 3fl, 2£ and 66 ^cJialaA^ -in 4r., 2£. 

Ruuq., 10: IJttLUi^ Ide^neA. and 3^^^ Ue^rie^t ol ^^LP,e.l^ort ^wn^tUfi i.tcn^Z^J'^'i.- 
cA ia B-taun. -toun^tU^ ^o^ school, pwtp-o^e^. 

Ru-a. 23: SamuU. liaiui ol iJe.'uion -toarnx)/i^ .Vian^l&.lJie.d iD B-Udutl laian^ftlp. 
p3^ ^chao-L puyipa^eyi. 

S&pA. 7; 245 ma-^^i and, 245 ^c-^ale^ In 3fl,2L cuc> ^dxolan^ and 31 naX^ 
and 29 IcmoJU ^cKoLoAA -In 4/2, 2£. 74 nicX^ and 15 l^^ale^ -In 31,3^ (UP^^- 
^on .hup.) and 3 rzaJ^ and 7 PimaLs.^ -in 211, 2E.. (Ucytnca -ticp. ) /o^ a tx^i^ 
ol 299 noMeyd and 2S6 lejzale^ ag-Z. 5 to 2J . 

Udu. 2: 7xz;7ie^ /. BaJteA- enp.lci!ie.d -to -teacA ^chjDol 7 at. 1.1.50 pe.^ ckui crji 
4choa.L to yitaAA- flouzAirJj^^x 74. 
Rou. 4: %C. Uovjje^ ap.co-ln-teA dty-Lecta-t of. .iciiool diyityllcA. 9» 

n.atJiant.eJ^ Cyl&en onc^tntcd d-OuicAjo.t o fL ^choot di^tAAxU. 3. 
flair. 19: floah ?oLLa/id io .te.acK ^cJ-looI 4 aA, SU50 pe^ dcip ^..toMJM-ir. r.oir. Zl . 
H.lu. Qr.te^-o .to t^ach. school 5 at. 51.50 pa-t daij. .6-tcAJUna. Dzc. 5. 
A.g. 7fio.-p.p.iaa to tcacK .^cJtao^, 8. 
Holt. 2.6: T^tancA^i lia^lnsyt -to t^zach. ^diool 2 and /ita^it [lau. 28. 
dec. 1: Dm. It. ZluJ>itna(iyt to .t&ach ^cJudoI. 6 ^i-^uiyU^ina Deo. 5- 
dec. 3: Stn-on. ?. CcAe^^ to t^acJi .^cliool 3 ^-toy-UAnq. dec 5 a.t Si. 35 P^"- c!^^-r« 
Dec. 5: e^zlUcU L. CaA.e^^ to tcacJi .school 1 a.t SI. 50 pe-'t dcij.. 

J.B. TorJieA. to t.e.adi .odxooL 9 c-t S2. pe^ dcjy. end to lLutn.Uh. a 
ayi.<it^tant tead. cAi, 
l/jzaA 1865. 

Ian. 6: Jizadisy"^ notified that, .ih.c, .idicoL -te^ln uou^Ld he 60 da'jAi. 
fia/t. 10: Tax ieu-izd oL Tzc an. $100. lo^^ .toii-nctvlp. puyip-cce^ and atyoo 1'~t 
peA. 'J100. lo.-L ^diool puutpoyie^, u-Lth cjj ncM^l^tancc oZ Countij. Corj-U^.i,ion-e^^. 



RfiAJA.: TeA^onyi de(U/2/ie.d eMccAe-d, cut an. eAe.cJiAXin, keAxL the. pUu^t uloridcuj,: 
TJuui-te.c: B-LLLLam. H. 'K'txiA^AjxcioA.. 
Can^tahle^: fleLion Latr&^c^ cruL ThjDina^ Qoen.. -i- » «jo_t.\. O 

SapeJiu-iyio^i^: ScmiLeJ, liJ^LL^an, HenAi^ 2ohe.^uU>ori, ^hit Link, d.B. d^iA^k.eJJ., 
'Jccob BoueAyi, ^C. i/o.yXeo and IJZLLiojn A. CtLLo-tt. 
/lug.. 2: n.O'iJj.ln R. CoAnMJeJJ^ ap.p.a.irhte.d -LLb-'iaA-ian. at r^ Co/tmeM. 

O.tdeA. A^AU.z.d ta 5. IJ^Uyion, .du.p.&yU7-L<io-t o/. d-Li.t'u^cA. 1 to 'le^iaAjL - 
a bnJAq.Q., 

Raq.. 22: J.C. UaLU.eyi paAxL S7.50 pO'l IwnheA., $1.50 pa'^ naJMi and kno-b, 
S15> p^^ il^oaJc on. ^ea^. 

P.iui* 23' SumsioAij. o.fL ^chooL enim.sA.aAJxin /o/l. 1865: 38 moyLeyi and 26 •/leua-^.e^ 
Ajx 4/2, 2£; 227 rrLoJ-e^ and 202 ^lL&in.aij2y6 -in. 3fl,2L; 12 rxalAyC, and 13 ^"laA^eyi tn 
3fl,3€..; 4 iTLale^ and 6 pejrMA..e^ -in 2P.,2L. ^oX a -tatcA, o-^ 281 moAjz^ and 24? 
/emaXc^ -beMje-cn the. arje o/ 5 and 27. 

fLiLg., 25: 'K.e.cetjje.d 515.55 o^ tutAJjon ^unxLc {Lo^ 4fl,2£. t/ia^t Z^ yitA.tiatjs.d tn 
B^wwn. tjouyn^hlp. p^m -the. cjDunti^ t^ue.cyC>iU!.eA. o-y Lavj^len.c.e. CounJjj. Zo^^ the ijj2.cA. 
1864 and half, ol 1865. 

Oct., 2: Ben^'jz'rUn. Spjjn^qJjiA. afip-o-Uvtcd yiu.p.ey'wt.oa^ o/ dil^tAAjcJ:. 3 dae. to the. 
■teTLavat o^ 'Jjohn Link, pion -t/ie tawruihlp.. 

flow. 7: Q./l. 2c.6enJjauJn. aLLoci-ed SI. to^'L 8 ujtndauj halAyi; 75c p^^ 5 p-oneA 
o-f nloyi^ -3-t^e 10 hij. 12 -indxe^ ; 1 5(t -f^o^ puAMj. and S2,50 p:)-t lco^iL on -the 
school. hoLUie.. 

llou. 9: WoyitUnntan J.ean ap.p.otnied dtyiecAo^ aJL yichoat. dJ.^tylAjct. 3* 
Rou. 30: Thorxui Rtcha-Liaa ap^a tn.tcd .<iLLp.Gyur-t:.0't o,£ '^^x^ad dl^.t'UxU. 2 tjj 
ptLL .the. tracMncjj. o-i HenAii T^ohey'vt^on, ixvte. ajL that cico-6^1ot. 
Dec. 7; flLlJvs.d I'^.'uitA'^Jvq.zA, txi -teadi ^c/iaat. 7 at. SI, 8 5 p^- dmp .^i-ta^lt^Lnq. 
i)ecea^e/t 4. 
Dec. 2: U.R. X-lwti-ing.eJi txj te.ach ^choot. 9 cit. 52. a daiL yitMAJUnjj. dec 4. 

filahcJuL J. ll'MiAjL-t .ta he a^yj-lyi-tant. at. ^choot 9 at 50c pe^t doij.. 

I'J.H. P.Oyienbamz ta tjeach .^ichcat. 4 at. S1.60 a daii. 

Seth Sti^ioAJum to teach 'icJioat. 8 at S1.60 fieA. daij., 

R.Pl. Co'trujeJJ.. to teach ^dvooL 2 cA SI.SO p.eA. daij.. 

Sanaet. flLc'ict^on ta -teach -odmot 1 at^ S1,60 p.e--t datj.. 

Oia-iZo-tte Oiatj.cAxipt ta -teach -cckoo-L 5 at Si. 50 peA- daij.. 
dec. 6: UtUM-ian flatfUxitd -ta te.ach .dchao-L 3 a-t SI. 75 pc-l dcij.. 

I.B. TO'itcJi ta teach -odtoo-L 6 at SI. 85 pc-t datp. 



9. 

j/ecA 1866. 

Jan.. 6: C*H. K-idxcA-cU o/l S a-LtLLLa a-LLLe. fmJji pDA. <3e^Lt/^e^ Cyi dOi^cta^ oL 

^chooL 7: UOi /o/t arte. waAe^ hackeA; $U,15 poaA. -ta 'J..B. Danji^t /o^t -tapoA^i^ .• 

$2.15 /o/i. aoAjeL-t-iat; 30<t /o>t uujidouj /ipAJsupi. 

2aft. 12: I.e. UotiJ^eyi p.cUd 13.60 l.o?i A^pxiAJL6 on. /ichaaJ, 9 and u-Lndau: ql.cu^. 

2aa, 22: U-Li-Utud yichoot/i 6 and 7 uj^th caanAj^ yiclxoo-L ejcc/rUneA.. 

7eJj. 22: LestqAh o^ ^chao-L -^e^^^n -to hia. 59 dcu^ and no oo-te.. 

ReMion LoucXjxcjz. paAA 50c /-o-i /i&Au-uyj, canrU^-iAjDn an Beit-ymAjt 
Sj2anjgXeA. -to -beccne. /nifL^AjJ-iAon, o/ nxiad dAy^VtJjzJi. 3. 

^e^J. 23: £jrLpAx)ij,e.d fuO'tAa i^ixLon and Con. Ca^bb'te. to ■te.p.oAyt ihe. cxumJjp 
b^LdxLe. ausA. 7w-ln Oie-tiL wivLch, -Ut -in a cJoLLLcxlL oand-UUan. SaAxL Qo^ldan and 
CobbLz c/te. to .icpjjJJi <Ae bttd-ze. tLLL -^a-tyUipiota^j. -in iho. -Judg-emerL-t a^ tne. 
fiLLotfie. and oyle. -to pjulnl^ii 150 /ec-t o/l tiejxin tiiuJjz/l., -Own boVtd, -iCyleMr^i 
and oiheA- aeceo^o-t'/ -iepc^i/^o an.d oAjs, to -be. patd S40. 

7eJjf, 28: SS.12 p-otd to 'Jc^htnatan 'jjs.an, p^n. ^nuxd/lte^ ■pxL^tnui/ts.d ^choot 3: 
60(i. -^o-t a ■b'toon; 10c /O't one. tin aip; 12c fjo^i a pound of, naJJ^; S3. 50 
pil njcpaVut; 65c -^oA, pxitntlng, btactboa'td.; 10c -f^O't one. poa/id o/. naJMi ; 
$1,05 pi'l ^ewen oj-l/rdou gt-i^-ce^ and 52. p^-t no-'ulng. de^^kyi. 
'ke.cjeJjje.d $6.55 ptom. S.D. Sa'j.l.&^ /o-t Acnt o/. eayit hjxt^ of -t/ze. -ioath. sc^t 
qaoAte-t of yicctlon 16, tou:n 3 rwAJJh. 
IRo/tch 1 : SeMi S-Viatton paJjd SP4. a^ tcadtaA, of ^ckoat S. 

U.H. A.'tiLti-iwj.Cyt pxhld 5118. a^ tcacheA. o-f -echo at 9. 

Pilahata % HimtpA. paJud $29.50 a^ oyd^-Li-toivt at, ^ctioot 9. 
Itloytdt 2: L. Ca^p.eA. patd -fo^ ■fuytrul/inLnq. blcaa and tin cup. to -cchool 5. 
fiLoA-ch 3: S.C. ritchot^on pa.td 5°4. fo-t te.achAng. .ia'i.oaL 1. 

CJuinn.12. B'loujn pa-Id S9.30 -fot fuAJzti.'ztng. 7?i co-cd^ of. wood -fo^i, 

■ichaot 5. 
IRaXch 6: U.H. 7.^uit6-lnq,eA. pxitd $65.4-5 a^ ttay6te.c -bij. O'ldeA. o-f cauntj.. 

lP.cA.ch 10: ijJtLltaTL nc.t4.tcAA patd S 103.25 fa^ tcachtng. <id-Loat 3. 

Guuttotte. Cta^jjcljxft paJA SSo.50 -fx)-t tcactvLi-j, ^cliaot 5. 

/J/?i. ti. ^o^cnbauxi patd S94.4-0 -fo-t ■tc-c.cJitn']. -iclioot 4. 

Jitcho/td Uh-CdtcA. paAA S7.20 fo-t 6 co^td-i of. ujood -fo-t -ccJxoat 2. 

PPuoA.. 16: I.B. Ta^Ucyt pa -Id Si 09. 15 fo-t tcadv'j\.q. ^dzoot 6. 

RtfJicd Xtut>itnjj.cA. patd S109.15 -fo-t -tcaditng. -cdwot 7. 

froyt. 19: (I.P-. CoAjibJctt paid 39^.50 fo^t tcadvlng. ^diaat 2. 

ft.p.'L^LL: EU-cctUo.n tictd f^lt^-t r.andaij. end fa -LLo u-lng. uc-te. utnacyts: 

JiLdticc^ : C. P-tauy and M.. Jlobc-tt<ian. 

Con^-txib-i.c^ : "J-.H. LL-x't zJid P.eAyion LoucLacc. 

l-ta-i-tcc: J: C. Ua (jtc^i . 



TO. 

SiLFieAjjA^o^: 1~J-.C. CaA^yi^; 2-f,cbLLc.d bij. -Uui; 3-C,S. l&arL; 4-;;. J. 
BagJ^c; 5-/^-^e<i -^'Z -t^; 6-L. Ccuiftzn.; y-T-ohn Hai;^. 
RpjUA, 4: Tax i^Lr-ie-d o/ 3c p-i^A- 3100. ^A. yipjiicJxU, ■iichaoi. pivtpa^e^ and Zc 
pj^A. 'J100. ^oA. 'taojruih^ pWip.a-iQyi, 

Wni. ft. EJJ^AXitt p-cud S3' CLA /m-p-oMJ-Lion, 0^. diyaViAxA. 7. 
UpAAA. 10: J-.C. UoijAjz^ pnAA So. cui ^iip^Ajj-Lion, op dA^ViJ-cA. b. 
RpAJA. 12: SatkaoA. U-LLion pcUxL So, oa Aiipd^JJA^O't. o^ dA^OiAjcA. 1 . 
fipAAX 18: 2.%. Jejon, paJA Si, /o^ 7 cx>-tdA ujood piytrUyitie-d Achaot 3, 

/llmeA. Ouiyi'toyin paAA. S12.80 -^o^ 8 ca-ld/i wood ^.o^l AchooL p. 
fLpAJJi 21: IhorxaA %OQjn poAA poU. 5 co^td^ i:aad QS1.49 ■^■^ Achoa-L 6, 
IRmp 3 ■• Hc^e-hiaJi CartLLui aapa ■ui.te.d lAJj^xi/UMn, at OznpJjeJ-LchuJig., 

LJm. fi. 7>ujJ>i-lng-e/l pa-Id 54.40 a^ -{LO'^jJieA. tAiiAte.p.. 
fllojj^ 10: Leu-od Ca-^p^t appo-inte-d dLtec^ta-t a^ Achao-L 9, 

^UTLe. 5: /I. BaxtcA. paJjd S33-10 p^^ A^.'lJjl.cjzyi oA, acJioo-L 1: S14, ps^'L uaod; 
GOc. p3^ b'laoni; 50<t- po-t chaJJc; SIS, ta-t --le-puiAJiA an acIvoo-L Louyce.. 
"June. 21: fld-Lion LoueLace. poAd 20(t /o-t A^lvlnq. rwiAxjs, otl %ohrL liai/yi, <jLipc t- 
t/^a-t eyL&cA.; 50c on flciU'ton ilon-trioaeyui, -aaae/tt/^o-t e^Le-cA; and Si, ;Lo--t 
AcJu/-ina no. tAoe. on "JjsJiejn^iah Ca^leyiA, AU.pcyuj.iyiOA c.Ls.at. 

Jane 25: (I.?, i^iatheyt poAd Si. 20 ^o-t 12 p.aneyi o-^ qX/jy^A aj'td $1 . lo-X ^UcpaA^-^ 
on AcJwo-L 6. 

JuAjj. 5: dau-id ^./teea paJA 65 C pD^ one. h'toam; 15c -.^-^ 7 cup.; 5c f^o-t ^o-J-Civj 
cz/ui S9'15 t-o^ 6:2 cjo-ldyi o [L vjoad, 

JlUjj, 13: l^m. H. 'K^UuL-ti-irineA, paAd S5.10 po-t do-ing. ixjtandruip. buA-incAA. 
fiaa. 28: [ilaha.'La %. BaAiui'td and PjvdA-.zijj 'j.. Co-LLlcA tAanA-Leylylcd -picrx ■/c.i^ct- 
Aon ijounoliAp. to B^-toujn -^o.^ Achoat piUipoAeyi; th^e^'Le, hcyuxg. 1 rxaJ.js. and 3 at~J^. 
fi'-iq, 30: S-iMoA L. Heed ap.po-'uvtcd d,Lte.cAx> -t 0/ Achoot 6, 

Sep^t, 3: S iLririaAjj. 0/. Achoot zmviieAj^ tto n ^-t 1866: 11 tn 4fl,2£.; 1 ti. 2il, 
2L; 10 -in. 3^,3^; 474 tn. 3!l,2S; 2 -U.rji^-fie.-Vte.d ^^^or. O-tan^y-c Coantij.; naJilnq 
a. -to tat o^ 300 niaZoA and 264 tern-ate^ between 5 and 21 y-eoAo o-^ aae. 
Sept. 12: Jxicjab Bowe/iA paid S3, -^o-t 2 dan^ ACfLu'jce oa Aope^Jj-L-io-'L 0;f. 
dAyj-tAAet 5. 

Sept, 2,2: B.fl. Spxinnt^ji patd Si. 50 -flo-n, 1 dxuj. c-3 Au.p-e-W-L<io-t. dtot'lA.cA- 3. 
Sept.. 30: fi..fi.. ndZLe-Llen to .te.ach Ackoot 7 at S2,50 peA. dai/. -ita.t-tlna 
an Holt. 5. 

J.R. BeAAJj, to te^ch AcJwot 4 at SI. 15 pcA. da'j. A-ta^l.ttng. Rou. 5. 
Oct. 19: lJtLl,[xvn B-town ap-po-ln-ted dAJiectoA. 0^ -ickoo-l 8. 
Oct. 20: Letrt (It^pj-rd a.Q.p.o tnted dJjicetoA, o^ Achoot 1, 
Oct. 30: ric PixtppA aopa-uited dlAecta-t al AdvooL 4. 

A-UjC'tt riaAheA -ta -teach Achaot 8 at SI. 15 pe-t dxup A-toA-tlnr;. ilou. 7. 



flau. 10: "J/icoh JtalnzAAyi -to te.ach. ^choo-L 3 at SI, 75 A^^ '^j- 4-taxtiAjv^ floa 2~. 
J.O. Jca/i dfip.O'inJi.e.d dAJuzcJxi^ of. -4cAao-L 3. 
£, D. BaJceA. ap.p.a ■InJjz.d. dyUvzcAa^ o/. ^ichaoL 1. 
On^rtrye, B'ljoujn. ap^p.a Zrutzd dJjLe.cJj3 ^ a-f ^ccAoo-L 5. 
J..C, Ca^ieyi'6 ap-fio-Lntcd. dlAjzcAO't of. ^cJ-loo-L 7. 
7, SnodqAxLC^ ap.p.0 ■in.te.d J^AM'taAAxm. -Lo'l B'toujrL .tourvihAji, 
ChaAJjotte. OiaiLCyLati. -to t^ach /^choo-L 6 cvt $1,75 l^cA. iurxr <3.to^^ n_z 
floa. 19. ^ "^^ 

T^jincAyi HoytrtC't to teach yccjxoot 2 at ^1,75 P-e.^ daij, yita/UAnq. on. 

26 o^ floue.nJj^yt, 

WtLLicJTL ?.o-i,rn,bcuiz to tp.ach -ichoot 1 at 51,75 pe--^ dau. ^tO'^tLng. 

19 of, lioLrer^hboJi, 

EjnpitoLLed Ba^^'LLeytt ChAU.ds.y'ui to -tcfioAJi iJie. oolltUj.l liJitdae. -^pajint/v^ 
Ttutn CteeA. rte-a-t LI^-LLLtam StwuJ^tyi, iL-hJ^ch t^ rww tr:L,aa^^aJjtci, ,v,ade. -^o li^j, 
htgA laateJi. Satd ChtLde^^ -Ld to pxit tn 6 acw yittLi , Axit-ie, tke. -^tone 
PaJJmA. to tt^ -co-^ncJi hctrjvt, -dt^tatr/vtcn -the ir-t-idae, -dp-LLc doirn. th,&. ■fJjco"., 
fitanJi. up -the. -6-ide--i and to liawe. -tfie. ico-lJc at-L dnrto, in}. -tJie. 25th, dmj. of £ec- 
esnJjeJL, -fa A, arli-lch wo-tk, and -'Le.pcA.Ayi ke. -l/i -to 'tcotet/e Si 00., ttuz. Coarutij, 
Conuxl/i/i-u:)ne.^-6 c.oncuJin^in.r]. -in thie. aJjouc 

flou. 20: Rottoe. gAj/en -thx-t -^eate.d pytx)p,o^aLc wouJ.A he. ^.,e.cjsJ,ue.d untlt 
laondaij. -Uie 2o.tlt o-f P^oucrJboJi. fa-x. -the. viUMiuig. of a. pyt-'wii po^^ ^choot p. 
flow. 2.1: f..e-':er.co. CAjcxJiOyf-^t -to te.ach -cicJioot 5 at 51,75 pc-^ c/ziy. ^ta-'UMi'j. 
on the. 3'^ o-f daciervbeJi. 

Plou. 2d; EripJjoned I.L. 2e.ed and ']-.£., ShanLc -to hiiAJji a ppJjjii -fo^t ^cJ-ioat 
diy^-UitcA. 9 fo^ -iAe -mrx of. S40, 
I Jjia^ IS 67. 

Ian. 2Jl: LcnqAh of -ccJxoot -ic^-i-Lon to he. 67 d.?jj><t, 
teh. 16: 'JjD.^eph I'l. Be-^l-^uj. piaMi S117.25 fa-t ■te.achlng. .-ichoat 4. 

2:0. Je.on pa-id 51, a-i ^c-^'j-ina on etcc-tLon hoc-td, and. 70^ -fo-l, 
one. hytacri and .tin cu^p.. 
JeJb, 20: PJJje-r-t r.n-Via^t paJ^ 5117.25 -fo-t tuadi-ing. -cchool 8, 

H.Pl. PlcCLc-LLand pa-Id 5157.50 fo-t .teacJ'Jjx'j. .-ichoot 7. 

Oioytio-tte. Ctaij-c^ic f.-t pa-ld 5117.25 fo-t -teacJiAnj], Ach^oot 6. 
tJ-LtLLcjTi r^o-ienhaiLn patd 5117.25 fjo^ -tcacli^ing. yichoot 1. 
Kehe.c.cji A. Czaiic-in-ft. ca-id 5117,25 fo-t -teachtna -cchcot 5. 

jXLCioh KohcAJ:.^ ooAjI 5117,25 fo-t -tdach^lnq. -ichooL 3, 

?e,tC'>i %. f.la.-l^tin pa-id 5167.50 fo-t te.achina ^choot 9. 
EL.d, Bal'-eyt pa-id 53,70 fat r_Lz<i.^, -te.pjr-Li-i an -icJioot 2. 

IJ.Ii. PoLla.'ui appotnJjzd -LLb-tcyitan fo-t 3 town taun^htp.. 

£. Q-lffo-td pa-ld 510. So -fo-t ata^^5 end ■ixtpc^'L^ on -ichoot 7. 



7eM, 


21: 


7eJj. 


22; 


i>laA., 


o ; 


f,lc/i. 


9: 


f.lcJL, 


72; 


ir^^L. 


75: 


Ap.-t, 


6: 


ApJi. 


11: 


Ada, 


252: 



//toy. 2* 7-' -Ceach. p.aAA 57. p3^ 7 cjo^uU a^ wood, -f^uAnVituid ^chaoL 8, 

(uatj. 2H : Urn.. BAjDum. pa-id 52.60 ^o^t ^ije-pxhOiyi on, ^cAaoi. 8. 

iiuuf 29: A.S, W-lLoox p.ald Si i .15 lo^ wood. pjArvLitte-d -cchoat 1. 

jjiae. 6: Le.i/-le.d ^p^c-ioA, ^cfiaoi, -tax o^ 5c p-^i S'lOO. and /0<t p-sA. SiOO. pDA, 

tcwrvikyifi piUipj^a^; al^a 5<t p.eA, Si 00. and 25c on each. poJJ,; aJ,^o 2c peA. 

$'lOO» p3^ fioad pjdA^^Zy^. 

June, i5: pune^ S. Tkoma^ pcuA $12.40 po^ wood pdAnLin,e.d ^chao-i 7. 

2lchcLAj± UfiejeU^A. paAd S8,80 p}^ 8 cc4^ ojL wood p3Ji ^cJioa-L 2. 
O^Mng-e. BAjown. p.aAxL $33.34: $11.59 {jo^t wood poA, /idvooL 5; S/4.25 
■floA. wood pjAn-Lih,e.d school. 6; $7.50 p3A, Aje-pxiViyi , 

jxuxe, 27 : Q.^. BoqJje, pxiZd ^o^ 2 dxiiyj -ieAxr-ic-e, a/> 'SapeAxr^l^o^ -in cti^i^^tot 4. 
'JjjM/. 5: John {-laij^i paid $4,50 p^ 3 dai^ woaJc a/i ^upe^'w-iyiO't dl^^tyilxyt 7. 
'juty, 1 6: Wm. C. luaAJteA. pd $4,50 /c-^ 3 daij^^i wo^'ik, cm ^'jp.eM/lyio^. 
Hug., 17 : n.eM.rton, ft. [pLorvLgjomeAif pd $3. a^ ■^apeA.uA.^aA, a{i dA^VUxU. 2. 
ScpA,, 4: "J-.S. Thenar p.d $i.50 -/lO't woaJc on, b^vidxiQ, asl dA.^VUx:A, S. 
Se,pZ, 6: dariAxii. b^iaok^ pd $1,50 pa^ wo'tk. on b^uAq.e. -in dJ^VUjct 6. 
Se.p^, 72; SZloyi /'oLLa/td pd $3, p^ wo/tnlng. tiand^ -in dLi-tA-lcJ:. 7 and $1,50 
po^ one. dai^ e.x.OuL wo-t'i oa /3ape.A4/'Ldo.t -in d^ui-OiA-Cyt 7, 

J^C, UoijA^e.^ pd $12.. 30 /o/t fiepaJji^ on. .6chao-Li 1, 2, 6, and 9. 

CaJM-in Je-om paid 52. p3.>i wo/ZnAnq, /i«/ui<3, 

John fl. BaL(>Ji apiia-inted .^ape/urZ^oA, o/. Ax)ad dA^iAA-cJ:, 7 -in pAacjz. of. 
S^Mi/i /'o-Lbn/td, 'teyi-igne.d. 

Se-pJ:,. 21: C.H. ^Ichald^ ap-po-inte-d. dAJuicJja^^ o^ school. dU>.tnJ,at 7. 
li.?. fRoAhtiA. app.o.avted. dbUi&cAxiA, o/ .icnooZ, dLit'U.cA. S, 
S -0110.0 n. /'oU.a^d ap.ao-in-te.d dAA.e.c^tO't of -i,choo-L dAyj-ViAxJi 9. 
Oct. 23: Pc-tttlon of, St&p/ien d. SojjJjs.^, file PhAjipyj, Dau-id (^/tcar^j Dau^ld 
lUoneijhan end Qeo-tge. A. 2o-i>enbaxuJi to -t/i.e tJUL-itce. to -6C-LL ihe. eoxit hxiJ^ o^ 
ihe, -ioo-th. ca^t qxioAAjeA. of. ^e.ctton. iS, 3'^j2£- contatntag. 7^P-. 
Oot. 26: P.t a. niQ.etlnjj. o/l i/ie qaa.-U.pie.d uo-t<i-'Ui of, d-L^-UUcA, 9 tt bJa<i ^.e.- 
.<io-iv(id thaJ.. th-e. paO-Ltc -acAoot he, pa-itp.one.d LLO-t-it an add-U>Lonat /toom c.o^j,-Ld 
he, hiLttt on, the, pyte^idnt -icAoat hoiUie., -it hctag. to .-irrjitL to accjonodate. att 
t/ie. yicnatoyt^, 

Oct. 31: fLduc-lAAyied an eJ,e.ctian. ■f.o.t the. -^ate. of. the. Ae,at eyitatu neJiAAA-o r^zz. 
pn, Oc±. 23. LUicA.'ix)n. to be held at, [Pit, Ca-lmel on, flou. 23, 'i867 betij:e.en 
the. hoLUi^ op 10: fl.n. and 4: P. ill. 

floir. I : Con.tAJicA.ed w-Ltn Jonah, L. Peed foA the biUtding. of an addttton. to 
■school fioit^e. 9 to be 29 f-t. long, and 25 ft, wtde w-Lth th-le,e w-indou^i .in 
t'xe wc^-t Atde, and .ta^a tn, tne -iouAA -i.lde and one dao.-t and -the ■'wof to be 
■twined on. .fie old hoa-ce to -aUt the new one w-Lth. -tAlee -itd-e-i ceited. 
£iufihc.l, nn.LU, and aU, othe-i nioAe.'UeA, fa^inUhed on the, astound end ^cUd 



Jie.eA -Li to ficwd -po^ ttie, wo->iL 1)300. uh-en tti^/ie. ■i>i marvsjj, on tianxL ^iuJ^Jjc^LerU. 

rUintbeA, o^ ^cholaA^ In flai/, : 475 -In. 30., 2^,; It tn 4fl,2£., 

^hn, ^, T-t^cd -to -teach, ^cAoa-L 4 at Si. 7 5 P-eA. dap /itoAJJinq. flau. 4. 

ChaAJjotte. Otaatapt HaJipieMi to texich ^choot 3 -^-ta^Lting. flou, i5. 

Borneo H, Joac^ to texich ^cAcot 6 ^ta^JU/ig. icoix. 25. 

C^eo/l^e 'Royioitbaxm. e-Le-ctad. dttccto^ o^. ■<ic/toot cLl^fz^ict 4. 

'John. ^, T-^eed s.te.cted te.ach&A. o/ ^choot 4. 

WtLLiajz Qat-Lahan appiatnted di-te-cAc-t o-^ ^choot 2. 

T^umctyi Ho'in.&A. ete-cA-na. to teach, ^choot 2. 

/« i:U Be-^vi elected dUiecJuo^^i, and HL^Jie^d. jLnxutA-inq.en, .teazheA, <,choot 7 

Jaineyi ii. 'J-one.<i etected -to teach ^choot 6. 

/LLbeAA. LI atJieA. eteoted to teach .^choot 8. 

Cho/ttatte Hatptetd eteoted to teach ^dioot 3. 

latLLlam. H. 2oyienhaun etected. to -teach .^chaat 5. 

Aton^o S. tdtbcox etecA-ed dt-tectO'l and St'non ?. Ca'te^i-^ teacAeA, o/ 
4choot di^tl^ict I. 
iLou, 9: flL^O'ld "/.AJJutitngeA. to teach ^ctioot 7 -ita/itinrj, Uau, li. 

1, IR, BeAAjj. to be a^-^iti-tant at yichoot 7 -PoA 1^1.75 P-CA daip> 
flow. 23 : Tie^iUt^ ofL ete^ction on que^itixin o^ .<,etLing. tanxL cu& petLt-ianed 
poA on Oot. 23 : 21 poA ^atc and agxUwi-t, 

iLOU. 23: lR.uvlr.MJjn. pAA.ce. o/. 52. peA acA^e pLxe-d htj, Viwitee p)A the. tend. 
ILOLT. 23 : PMjeA.t uia-theA to teach ^cJiOot S .^.-taAtinq. iLou. 25. 
now. 30: Stnon F, Ca/ie^<> to teadt y^choot V yitaAtJng. dec, 2. 

W-LLUjojx H. Ro<ienbaum. to -teach ^cJxoct 5 -itaAtlna^ Dec, 2. 
TAancAyi fioAneA -to teach, ^ctioot 2 ^-toAAAng, Dec. 2. 
dec. 12: Letter, Aecjztired pAom the. countij. conJxl^-6-concA^ -i-tatAng fiat ttieii. 
had tocated and e-6taJjttihed a Aoad tn b-fuown -touyn^ilztp oa potiow'i: Couvienjc- 
■ing at t/te SaLt-Lito'jtlte and U..i.^.tp lil-LLL Aoad on the tine dti/tdAnq -^ecAJjjr^-: 
22 and 23 -tVicace AiinnAng. -coatn on ^cAd -Line, heticeen tie. tand^ op P.oljoA. 3. 
UiAAd and jasie^ F. IRaAtAn and 'Jxihn. C. UoijA^^ and 'J.ane^ P. iita/ltin and 
OtaAte^ OiAtitl^on and John Uetioa and CAanri-e IR. Lemon and '^hn roLLaAjd 
and Orange 1.1. Lerion and ILaJJian n-nno-id and Aunntna. thence AtUA, ^boa-th. 
tliAemgh -t/ie -Lcnd-i oume.d hg itathan H-lno-td -to .6ectLon<i 2o and. 27 -to the. 
coAneA^ o-^ ^ectton-i 26, 27, 34 and 35 -tfience ea-6-t a-lang. and upon -the. -^ect- 
■ion -Line dt'nid-ing ACcA.ion^ 26 and 34 hetuaeen tite. Xjindo o-jL fla-thm. /llna-Ul. 
and R/toda HolnocLcA and. liathan P.-lnatd. and ?e-teA C. Caab-Le untAt tt tnte^t- 
<yect tlie --i-txtte -load -Leading. p'-jo-L ult. Ca^lmcL to 7Aedc.vlcj:^l-a.tg.. fiUo we 
e^tabtA^h ano-the-t -toad -in the. .taurui/itp. a.i ^otLoLC-i: OoivzencAwg a-t tie aoczl 
leading piom lilt. Ca-Xnet to Bono wlieAe. -iA. Airn^ a -iouAJr wnyit d^iAecA-lcn 
ac.tx3^^ tlie co^uz^t op. -the no.'Lth cjs^t ca^mcA. op the ^ou.tA wc^t oo^eA op 



4e.cAyion, 10, 311, It, and. puom. thence chxirLq,e.d ^o a^ -to -^oJJjdw tlve. Line. cUirid- 
■ing. 4e.ctAX3n lO and, cnntAnuAng, due. we^-t invtAA. Lt -in^e/^csec^ the. Bono and 
LluorLAji Ajoad. ftl^o tae chang.e. the. aana and LajoruxL Acad canunencUng. tn the. 
CJzn.teJi theAjzo-l- at the. ruonJJv exjyit conneA. 0/ -^ecAAan iG, 3fl,2£. and ptam. 
thence, inn due. 4aath on. the. Line, dtirtxllnq. ^eot<x(/M /6 and. i5 abauA, 8 ^tadyi 
thence, we^it aJjoat. 15 ■todyi to tnteyt<ie.ct ^atd ijoacu 
U.eaA. 1868. 
Jan, 23: ]..£. "keeA tj3 he. pcUd S296. when theA^ -lo yin^^JjcLcnt pjnjU. 

'J.,L, ^eed p-oaA S5^» po^ AjefiaAJiA on. ^chaat 9. 

€.,Q, Qoen pxitdL 52. po^ wa-tL -in dAAtAAxnA. 7* 

O-lange. B^joua pa-Id S6. p:>.t hawLing. Ajock. .po^ ^chjooL 9* 

C. Bfijoum pa-id. SOc piA, pteAMht. on .6tone., 
Jan, 26: Thames J-, Stxiucm to i&ach .cchoaL 9 poA, 54. a daij, and to pdAnL<,tL 
an ac-^ly^tant, to .^ta/U. Je.b, 2. 

'J.qLn. 1 1: A-lon.^p. WtMcox ap.potfvted dVi^ctjo.t o^ y^chaat dA.yitAAjcA. 7. 
'pjn, 15: Schoat t.cAm. announced a<3 77 daij^i. 

7eJj. 4: C. CAown poAji 37-30 po-t ^a-ih tacJc^ end nattyi pyA. school. 9» 
feM, 7* ChAAyityian ?axiuj pd o34» -^oA. nxiAA^i poA. -ichaO'L 0. 

TeJj, 8: RatJianteJ.. F, UlatheJt and TcteA LlnJc to he. pa-id. $30 1.45 uhen pundit 
OyLc auatXabte., pDA. -Uinhbeyi, bAAxJc. and ptoyct^lAnq. wo Ah an /ychooh 9' 
7eJj. 2l : John 2. 7/teerf. poAd. $134^75 poA, t^achAn/]. ^choaP 4. 
7eJb, 25: Jacah 7A^e.d pxUd. 95c -f^o^"^ A.epaAJb6 on Ajoad. 
7&Jj. 29: JUpfbcd XAiit-i-ingcyt patd $134.75 po-t txiachtnjq. -idioct 7. 

J,l!U BeAAii pa-id ^ 134.7 5 poA, teadUng. ad a^-d-Uitcint. at. ^dxoot 7. 
lIUiA.. 3: LcLutjtd poA. yipzciat. ycdvoot piUipo-ic^i a tax o/. 25<t. pcA. Si 00. and 
2.5c on. each pa-LL; a-Lio 5<t pcA Si 00. poA. t.ov.'n<ihtp. pwtpoyieyi and 2.5c e.ach poU-. 
lUo-yt. 7: Jaaa H, Jon.eyi paid $134.75 poA. tcachJjxq. ^dico-L 6. 

Ahbcytt iilatheA. paLd. Si34.75 -fj^A, teaching, 4choo-L 8, 
lilaA.. S: ChaJito-tte. HatpieJjl paid. 5i34.75 poA teadiAng ^choat, 3. 
liLoA.. l4: Stracn. P. CaA.eAi-i patd. $134.75 -foA. -tcadiAwj .cchca-i 1. 
li'iaA.. l5: 7Axinciyi lioAneA. pa-id Si 34. 7 5 -^-OA. tcadUng ^dxoo-L 2, 
[RaAt 17 : iv-LLLiasn. H., TLo-^enhauin pa-id S (34.75 poA. tjcadting ^dioat 5. 
/tfbt. ; 7o-LLowtng. pcA^ion^ wcAjc cLecAed at an cLectian. held piA^it Llandaij. 

■in flpAAA, 1868: T-iLU3te.e.-'Jxihn C. UoijAe^; SupieAu-LioAyi : i-Jarieyi 
WtLiAaciyi ; 2-H^xi.'UMh tiakeJi; 3-'Jof-Ln 2iVi-ieAyL; 4-Sa"UieA U. ^itAoAton.; 5-^cnu^ 
BaAna/id; S-S-inon ti, Ha^tnodceA.; 7 -John fl., ?hAp.a<i, 
P^.p^'Li. 9: John C. Uoiple.-^ paAd S89.85 a^ tAiLitce p3A. one ijca/t. 
fipA.. 23: B.7, fiotada;. appotntcd ^azp'?^Vji'^oA. 0^ dA^t-l-lct. 6. 
li'loj;. I : 2,C. IRa-vbin appatnlcd -LihAalAxux. l-o-X. the. taiun^ihlp.. 
It'iaLj. iG: 7tior,ia-6 J. Stcuenyi paAxL S308, {.oA. tcadiAag. ^dtoaJ, 9* 



'June. l5: SmJMt aitd rfuo pxiAM. 3i5' p3^ ^tcue. pofi ^chx>at 9* 
'Jane. 1 6: U-LLLlam. QaLLaJtan paAxL S55* po^ Ji^fiaVu) an. ^choaJ, 1. 

Ste.Lren. ^sA^teA. ploaxL $4.50 p3^ q.lax>^ pjAii.U>hLe.d. yichaoL Q. 

C.W. 2-ich.aJul^ pjjAji 57. -^'^ ■^QAjj-Lnq, oa f^o-qJ^-taft a/uL CbpJik. a^ en. 
eX^cAyion and. SlO.70 p3.>i ajsilL and nj^pnAAyi po>t. 4chjool. 7. 

'picjob TA^eA. p-OAxL SlO. p3fi. wood piniu^heA. <)chjaai. 7. 

UaJJ^mjh Ra/nJAAjon pji'id a^ ^ap-eAv-Lio^ -in dJ^VujcJ:, 5» 

TzAjeA. Link. poAd. a^ -ctificAjjA^oA. pDA. di^JJiAcA. 6. 
'pane, l7 : C. ?-xaijy paAd 54.25 /o/i nianeuj, fie p-oAA '].,€.. BiUih, o/i -dtxp-ety^o/t o^ 
dAyiViAjcA 4; S I *45 po-'i' uyaod pvtnLitied school. 4 and 55. lO paK. gJji^-i, -Lock,, 
■bu-cJceA and h-toam. 

9./i. '^a.^enbaari puUd S6. p3A. n,e.paAJi^ on ^cJwot 4. 

LeMJ^yi Ca^fiaA. paid Si 3* poA, 6:.2 daipi a^ RecfA^taA, Ajt the. toiuruihAfl.. 

SAjne.an ToLLoAd pcAd $2.b5 ■^O't A^paVi^ an -ocJiaot 9* 

10. H, ToLLaAd paid $2.60 pa^ A&pxiVi^ on school 8 and $12. pan, 
4ieKOAjz.z^ OA taujn^lvlp iAJjAjo/Lian Pon. 1 3 months, 
'June. l8: 'J...IR. Hldxo-Lion poAd $9.50 pan. n.e.pa'iJi^ on ^choo-L 5. 

^,£. TonAje^t po'id 53.75 Pon. uaad puAn^fntd yichaa-i 7. 

TeJjsJi d-taJce, poAd $10.60 pan, uyaod paAnA,6h.ed ^choot 8. 
'June, 23: Banaejj- and B-Lieeij, poAd $49.50 pon, wnAAAju^ tahPeA^ pan. ihe. tujp. 

R.R, ConruucAJ, aa-ld $ 12.50 pan, inoad PLinrvLitied 4,dvooP 2. 
'JwUp 10: flc?. fnaAJid.'i poAd $5*75 pan. n&pxi'lJui on ^chooP 6. 
JvAjj. 18: J.C. Ua:^Aj>.^ poAd $8. po-^ dd^k. and -taJjPe. PiulnLitxe.d Aire. taicmhAp^ 
OcA. 2: SJJ. SPnatAon gAu/en 3 pAcJc^ pan, dAyi-tAAjiA 4. 
Oct. 7: Ben^ximAn lilcJva^mejj, paAd $450. pan, ifuAAuUng. ^chooP hcii^e. 11. 
Uct. lO: H. ConkPAn appo-inted dA^tecAan. a^ dPiViAcA 9; L.(^. HudAe^-tan paz 
dU.tA.LcA. 77. RPpied 'KnuAyiPnaen. e^cvted teojchdn. op ^ctcooP 7 at $1.75 fieJi 
daip ^tanAUnq. llau. 2. 
OcA. 24; £./.. Cxi-lxi^^ elected tcacfieA op /ichoa-i 5, -ata^lAAnrr. Hou. 23. 

Ud/uiaAeA, f.l. CAa-tk eAjicted te-acJie^t op /ictiaaP 8, /ita/it uocr. 0. 

fnancAyi Ho.iae.n. ePected teacJven, o/.. -dchooP 11 ^.toAAAna flau. 23. 
OcA. 30: Jjuxe.0 ill. Ca-te^.^ elected teac/ict -dchaaP 2 yi-t-a^t-tlng. ILoa. i6. 
OcA. 3l: IRanyilion Qo-tdan paid $10.50 pan. couenAng. school hoLUie 6. 

'JllAloM HaipiePd eA.ected teachct .ichaat 3 ^tanAAnq. Ploi/. i6. 

School dAjuecAjanyi appo-inted: Q.eonq.e U. TauAch pa^t dl^-tzAjcA 3; 
:>an.acA U. StyXattan pan, doitAAcA 4; flnjzhAJjald BaxteA pan. dAitnAjct lO; 
John B. Hai;y6 Pan, dl-ityllcA, 7 and John Qaen pan, dPdiAAcA 5. 
lUmPe^t oi". ^cJiola-lyi In not/.: 466 tn jll, 2Z end S3 In 411,26,. 

liai/. 2: £jap.lai}.ed John 2. Indeed, to teach ^ich-ool lO at $1.75 pcA, dau,, .ctcU.- 
Inq. lioiremJjen. l6. 



76. 

iiair, 2: H.H. J-agAA-gx/. ap-pcAjhtzd, ^cJvooi. cLVi&.cAxijl o-^ cLLiiAJxA. 8. 

J.,B, PoAAeA. eXecied to icacA ^chjoal. 9 uj^Uh i.Uyi^ %.H.. FoAJieA, to 
■be. hA^i cui'i-LitafU., to he. puuxL $3-50 p.eA. daxj. ^itoAtlng. not/, 23. 
lloir. 14: fUJyeAA. UkutheA. -to texich ^chxioL S .^taAAAJU]. itau, 23. 
ILau, 7 6; S-unan, /", Gi/leo-a to te.acA ^chxio-L 7 yi-toAtAjiq. nau, 30. 
flau, 23: 0,L. Ovlld to tzach .school U 4>taAJUruj. flat/. 23. 
Dec 26: UtLLlam. fl. BuArvi pa-id. 5700. p^^ -buAJjilnxi ^c/ioat fwix^ie. iQ. 
y^oA 1869. 

2^/1. 21: J-.I^. TcujJjo^ and. Contpjuv^j. patd 527.27 ^O/T i>^^oin.d, hiuzkeA^i, and 
^icpoAAyi an ^chaa-Li, 

'Jxm, 30: "J-. til. Toj^Ajo^i patd $12.75 po^ .^toue^i, pA^e^, eic. pD't ^chooti. 
JeJj. 10: UttLUvn. HaA^JMjd. paJjd 5//0.25 -l^on. te.actUnq, ^chaol 3. 
7eM, 1 1: U-LLLiam. Ha^tfA^td pjoXd Si. po^ -PLx-ing. blachbooAd. at ^c/ioat 3. 
teAj, 13: lajno/i IR. CoJuza^ patd Si 10.25 -f-o^ tdachlnq. ^chaat 2. 

/Ragq^ie. HI. CLcaL patd S 11 0.25 Po^ teachA/tg, ^choat 8, 
teJb, l8 : SantLeA. ii). St'lattan. pa-id. S6. a-i yiup^Jurtio^ o/ dA/itlAxit 4 and. 
$1,40 pD-t. hacJceA., doO't lack, etc po-X. -icJwat 4. 5am.ueA, li). St>iattxin. 'l&/itgn/i 
(X<5 'Hip.e.^ujtAon.. of. ^ioad dA^ViAcJi 4. 

'John 0,. 7-teed patd Si 69. pon. teadving. -cichoa.L lO. 

O.L. OUtdc p-atd SilO.25 -fo-t teacJiAng. -ichcol 4. 

PJJjeAt factheA. paAA Si 10.25 p^-^ tcach^inq, .acJioat 6. 

I.B. Pa^tteA patd 5220.50 poA teaching school 9. 

litanaeJ, B. D-lA^lceJU. app.oijxta.d ^u.pjt.>iui.y6a^ op Aacd. dJ^ttict 4. 
7eM, 27.* flo^-ln ft.. Co-trujjeJJ.. pa-id S6.50 /o^ kztpAng -in Lib-laAxj. up. Lin-tit 
llouemJjeA. op 1 8 68. 

0-tarjge. BAoujn. pa-id S37.08 ps.t wood piAni-ahed -icAao-Li 5, 6, anxi 9. 

ft. He O-igyligg. patd S3. 15 {-o^ ynindyiJjz/i paAnA^li^d -icfhoot 8. 

S.P. Ca^t&.6^ pa-id $110.25 pon, tcLaahAng. -idioo-L i /o/J. 63 dmjyd. 

C.C. Chyit<i-i?_Aon. paAd S3. 50 pa-t ujood^ pjAni-ihuLd -dctiaot 7. 
SajTaidA, Bo/lnoA.d paid S6. p^-i. 4 daij..-i ua-lJc cm -60-pe-lu-i<ia-t d-icti^ic-t 5- 
R^a^viah BaJce-t pa-id S4.50 po^ 3 da.'p6 a-ci yiupjz-U/-i<ia-t d.i-i-t-t-ict 2. 
Pe..dLLLt^ 0/ an cAj^-ctian tield fi.pA.il 5, 1 8 69: 
T-tLUite&: P.C. CaiiJji&-56; phn 7. LinL-46; ]..fR. 7 ajj^io ^t-20 . 
Con^tab-ie.: Ceo^e U-LtLiart-i-l04 ; L.d. BaLe.-t-99 ; H. ConLi-in-3 . 



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11: 


IRoJi. 


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5. 



J..C. Ca'te.<i-i-4 ; f.XancAyi Ha-tn.e.-l-3 ; S-to-phen IL-ichoPian.-4 , 
fiLza-l-iah. BakjeJi-5; LJtLiicn (^tia'ian- 1 . 
U-iLlia'n. Jean- 1 ; John C. BlimJc~3 . 

'Ja'Tie^ IJe.-in.Cy'i-l b; ric-ttda IUtrJic^-1 

7. CUclc-3; J..K. 7ai;.Lo^r-2; R.P. aath^-r.-l . 

UtU-ia-n. ft.. L'U.io.tt-1 . 



77. 

Rfi^i,. 6: TAoncJ^ Ha^m-eA. poAA. 5110.25 ^o^ -tcadUna school li. 

/2. J. HanL-LUon pxiAxi 55.20 ^-t uraad lu.xrvUn.e.d. ^chaol II. 
flpx. 27: Ste.pheJi fUc/iaLian. ap-p-o irvte-d ^ufLe.^ii/'Ua't o/ -toad dLc-t-UcA, I. 
IRcuj. 7: Cfianqz. Juinon appolntexL 'iLLp.ey'w-LooX o/. dA^VvicA 7 ^^}- -te-o^arL a-^ 
U'LLLian A. CLLlO'tt not quoLLpuxg.. 

Qe.a-tg.e. VLaruihan paid pa^ 7u caKxU a^ uaad C90c pe^ cx3fui piK. ^chxioL 4. 
']x}yihujx LatkATL paZd ^o^ 9 co-td^ a-^ twood '^90c pc^l calA p^^t ^chaot 8.' 
HLOJ/. 20: 'JjDhn. B, flcaj^ poAjd p^i 'Xe-pxiVu> on -cjc/ujo-^ 7. 

ULoip 27: ID-lLLiam a. U'-Ltc^ paid ^oA. 6"2 oo^do wood CSi.25 {^^ ^cAaal 7, 
lilaif 22: geo-t^s U. Tautch. p.d p^t 8 cjo.>uLi o/ ujood at 90c p^t co'id; j6. po-t 
one, deyiL and Hi. 25 {-on. nj^palx^ on -^cAool 3. 

//to/. 2/: fUichAJjold BaxteA. paid. Si. 25 -p-t JLe.paVu> and 3l3. p^ uood pjAn- 
l<ih.eA school lO. 

liiaij. 74: '].ohn. Qaole^i^ p.ald Jp. -^o-t ujood f.uJirU^h.e.d school 2, 
///ay. 22: 7/ia-ncAy6 Ho^lns.^t ap.p.olntc.cL yiup&^luldo-t o/ dl^-VilcA, I. 
■jxme. 6: ft. P. lilatkeA. paid $6. ^o^ ^inq^^tGAAnq, tawn^hJ^p. uoteA^ -fioA. 3 daj^. 
■pjjj.1 3: riuMheJi ol 4cJiolaA^: 466 In 3^,2£; 83 -in 4//,2£. 
'jilL^ 8: C.H.. TUxJxald^ paid S6. pA. ylegAyite-tlng. tocci-uiftlp. irateA-6. 
'JlUjj- 23: LllA&d an o^AeA. gAuren to UlLLlcMi IL. BuAtk, -jLaA, haUAing. -cchool 
10 p't 5700. bij. l^^u.'uvq. ihjo othcA. o^ideAyo to SaJMj. CoJJJ^sA. and LziL-'Li 1:1. 
CdbjaAxU p'1 5350. cacJ-L. 

/lag-. 23: OwiLnas, WVieyi -^Vin^T^e/t-^ed. piatn Ro^JJv Ca^ot toLcrnctU-p-, Ctang-S. Co. 
to U'tOLcn toLcn^hAp. pj.t school piutpo-cc^. 
S&pt. 73: O.L. Haij^ emoted te.achz.1 o/. dUi^t-id 7. 
VCyt. 2: 'k^^uJ.Jt^ o-jL an. eJ^cAJjon tveJjd In school di^-Vilat 6: 

I)lfie.ato^: Hzniij. Li^lai:n-5; Jtiaaa^ C^oen~2; Slla^ PoltaAJl-2. 
Je.acheJi: ftlb&.'tt i:iattieJL-9 . 

Uood: dan-UA, B. D.'-^ULell at 51.20 pcA, ao^d. 
ScJiool to ^ui/it floi/sjrJjeA- l5> 
UcA. 4: lienAJj- II. "J^gJilgg eAjp-cAcd dUiO-cta.^ ^o^ ^dxoot 8. 

Lcjx'tyi) (ii. LduaJuLi clc.ate.d dOi&ato-t and bJ-LLion ulattln tcachc^l pA, 
■iokool dU>-VUcX lO. 

OcJi. 9: dlit'lJjat 9 el^ated ^ahn il. lRcCla-<iLeij. te.adieJi and ■jJX-LPyi P.. iiuan^ 
dlte-cto^t /o/t yichool ^ta-t-ting. t^e. pOi^t mondaii In n.oLrcm.ba.t. '^/itiaa B^^iOL-n 
to pjJuxlih, -the. Lcoad. at 5 1. 2.9 pe-t cxi-td. 'j-OTLOyi ia. TaUa^t, dVidotO't. 
OcA.. 7/: IRagqAjz. IR. CLoaJc eA^at^d to te.ach <)chooL 8. 

Oct. 75: dlitAAjot 5 oJ-^at^d l^.taal 'Je^no^i dJJicato^l and "Jjins^i 2, OeyincA, 
tcachriJi. ftLOiTLa/i i^tacc-^t to pi-tnl^ti L-ood at SI. ps-t conA. 
Dot. 16: Dlct^'ilat I e.lp^cte.d luat LmAc^-o tcachc't and IjlLLlam. i.^cCllntacL 

dlt&atO't o{i ^ic/iool to ifcgAn inj- .tlteL mlddte. Of. flo acr.ihc^t. John LicClin-tac-L 
■to -f-u-inlili u-'ood. 



Oct. 76: d-iyiViZcJ: 7 7 eJ^cAe.d 'Jjshn Ca-truceJJ^ cU-lecta-t and EJjw^la CAjx-tk. 

tcacJteA,. 

Oct.. 18: Q-i^-Oitct 2 eXecied <^e.a^uje. Haricock. tcactie.^ and 2tchaAd. UficeA^A. 

dViecta^. 

V'Li-tAAxA, 4 cte-ctcd 'J^yi-dc BaJceA. tcachpA. ^taAAAjxq. Uai/. 2, 
llau. 15: S.IJ. SVuhtton paAA il9.35 p3^ 15 cO'rd^ wood pxATLl^he.d yidxoot 9. 

riumJj^A. o-f. /icJiotoA^: 4-88 -in 3^1, 2L; 84- tn 4n,2C. 
y^aJL 1 870: 

Jan. 10: J^uincJ^i HcfincA. pLLe.d cLaMn pj^t S';2 coaA^ uood CSl.tO p3^ -ictuoo-L I. 
7eJj. 7." Jjinieyi 1. Ue^neA. cLoAjrui 3 dmjyi uya-tL waAJving. kand^i dJ^ViAJiA, 5. 
7eJb. lO: U-iJJUafu Law^e^i patd S6.75 ■/^'^ 7'/^ co^tiio uaod. /o/t ■dchaa-L 8. 
IliaA, 15' ?«C. B-lumL poAxL S2.25 pO't icaAJvLnq, ttaiidyi l'j2 daij^i. 
lllaA.. 18: U^t 0/ fiaad hxmdyc asl dA^ViAjct 3: 5e^ SpxuvqJjin., Lcijm^ Ruyi^&tM, 
"J-W, Ciauyie., A. 'J.. 7a{JJMJjjeA., 2. ^tziuaAd, l^cah Ro-OeJit^, UtLLiam. 'J^xim, 
/hia y^a/M, OxoaXjs^ yatn, Ban LaLnii&A, lUeyitUui CaiUJcAjr^, P. Rct^iteA,, 
I.e. Blunt, I. BLacbjie^LL, 'Oafxe/L^tA^o-t. 

LUit o^ ^!X}ad kandc p:-^ dJ^VuxA, 5: Jjohn Qoen, 'Jjokn B^te.ur<2A,, Jacah BoujeA^, 
WtAAJxm. HojTL-LLton, ^iuex) Jjohruion, UenA^j, B-^ict^n, Jfionuio Q-ocm-f ]-.?. IftaAtASL, 
LdijJaAd Lcadr, J^la Sauy-tte., Sam, acylixaAA, O-umac BAoun, Tfiarnxui B^teueyi, 
liieAAxlc Hughes, Le-uj-Ld StuujiA^, S.C. (lAxJio-l^on, S.U. lHoodiJoAxi, ^eo-tae fUAcpiyi, 
dautd Toutch, ftXfLo.'id £e.ach, % YcUZeA., 'jjohn. ?. J^g-g, Jjine^ 7. !J^yin/^y^--<iU|D eyi. 
liLoA-. 26: rieruu], B'loun, dtA^c-toA. of -^cAoo-L S cLc^Lrui : 70c i^^t cLa^-i,; 50c 
/o-i bAXioni; 50c p}-^ ^toire. pA,p.e,; lOc i-O-t -tin cup.; and 9 cxi/t<i^ of u'ood pJAJX- 
'Uh.e.d ba d.B. d^J^keJJ, at S 1 .20 p.eA. ca-td. 

fipA.. 1: 7.2). Badge/i $25.95 po-'t wood and ^JzpaJJUi on -ichoo-Li 7 asid 10. 
Iiiaip 24; 7h.oi7ia-i B-ieMJc^ cixL-in^ 21 1 1 ca^d^ ijood fo-t yochoot 5 <SS I . peA. co'id. 
^kuj, 26: 7.d. Badg-eyt ctcijrhi po^ tmtbeA., aloyi-i, h-toonL, ttn cap., p-oneA. 
tachi, ^toj/e pA,n.e., box natctieA., cfuUJc. p>A ^cfwob 7 ^0^ 1 857-^. 

7.D. Badq.ct S9S. -in pi.!J0^ 0/ J.£. >?ee(i qpjen Inn. 28, 186S and Z25 95 
pO't 5 CJ0-^d..6 uood and '"LcpxiAJi^ on -cchooPi 7 and 10. 

Qco-^e. 111. 7outch, dCtecto-t 0/. ^c/wot 3, S7.25 -f-o-t icood and ^tdpaPlyi. 
Iiiaij. 2B : "John Ca-tncstU. cta-in foA P.'.j ca^Xdio of- wood at $1.20. 

fl.A. CO'lnii^cPL claim, fo^ 9)^ co-XxLi, o-f. uroad at Si .07'a, 1 b'taom 
and one tin cup. -fjo-t dlyit^tlct 2. 

Sept. 24: d-i^-Lllct lO e^Lcc-tcd 'Jcn.c-i U. IRathejii diylccta-t and 'J.c^yjC BoLzA. 
t^-achoJi fo-l 1870-71. 

Oct. I: d-L^ttlct 6 eljcctcd S.U. LJoodwaAd (xo dlytccto^l and '^hn P-lchjzldoon 
ao tcachd-t, 7.S. "la-ltln -to pi-tn-Litz wood fo-t Sl.l5 pc-t ca^id. 
Oct. , l^t Sat. : dU-tytlc^t 8 e-Lcctcd "J-ta ScctcLl dttccto-t and Filbz-it 
lilat/icA. -tcccne-1. 



Oc^; Se.carid ^ ae^dw/.. fa-LLauj-ing. -icad /iap.eAj/-i^o^tyi e.lecytad: l-H.^. Booked; 
2-ldAJJJMm. ^oLLahan.; 3-Jam.e^ Wea^y. CLau^e.; 4-$eo-ig:e Tou-tch; 5-S.C. ll-lcfci-L - 

Oct. 77; 7^-rae^ U&^ae't fMAnA^he.d 5,500 .^hAnqJ^e^ /o-r ^cAaoL 3 oA S3* 50 

p.<iA. 1,000. 

OcA.. 14: d-Lo-tAAxA, i emoted Ja^e.fih. BaAJieJA. cio^eoto/t and 7/ta/icxx3 Koasl^i 

■teacher. 

OcA. l6: di^-Uujit 4 e^c^ted fRc'tg.aAeA. ClaAJc ta tejOLch ■itoyUAnq. ILoir. 3. 

'picjob *jawi<,eA. to pjArU/ilx the. wood cvt 97c p-e^i cxiAxL. 

OcA.. 17- /HejcandeA. SnUAJi appO'inte.d dLte.cAo-t o^ ^ocAoat dJ^tAAcA, 3. 

Rate.: CoaUjU) B-lown. 'CtculAjz.d ^eJwlnq. ao tuoitex, -^eiweca Oct. 7? asvd 3/. 

OcA. 19: P.C. CaaJj-U paid $30. po^t ^qAuajcs. ac tAiUites.. 

OcA, 37: O/tcie/7. lA-6ae.d to lamey^ RajJiotd^i /o-fc 5440. /.O't JjuAAxUng. -iichoai. i. 

IRon^ij- to he. poML out o-^ thz next fP.at^ da/tdend. Hott^e to he JjluUA htj. 

Ben^jimAn lilaho.tnejj-. 

ILou. 2: WUAAMfn. ^o.ienJjawn eAecAcd teacheA. a{. .<ichu>ot dLi-tyttcA 3' 

llou. 72: Ben^Jinvin lilaJ-to 'inet^ pxiAxL #3. ■fx^'i woAntnq. kandyi tn dl^tAAat 1. 

flat/, 14: 7.5. illoAAAn patd Sn.50 pD^ lO c.oAj±6 o^ mood p.iAnLiticd ^cJwot 6. 

Ilum^^t of, AUxalaJu,: 453 tn 3^,2£; 8l aji 4a, 1L; 25 -ui 3(1,3^; 
9 tn 2n,2€.. 

n.017. 77: A.S. BaoLeA, -iitja.>ui tn cui .^LLpe^^t/t^o-t o-f, -■toad dt^t/ttcA, 1. 
ILoa. 24: O-ia SaiateAA pcUd 510. 2u p^A. noAA^, gAaxt-i, iAr.ie, ^and-, l-.ttcL, 
puAup, ta/itpJjtacL, o-LL, aa/lni/itL, c/ioAk., uait-ing. an moyion and one dcuJyi uja^tk, 
-in njepoAJiAnq. ^cJwot 8. 

llou. 25: laineyi P., Sli^pAcAd. pxUd $21.45 pO't- a. yitaue pS'l .ocAoot 8 end 'itaue. 
pApe^ /O't yicttooLa i, S, and 9* 

flow. 28: Peoyion L. ToxtxA. awo^sl -in o-j oup^zAiz-i^O/t o^. Aoad diy^tAAcA 7. 
iicc. 3: Tte^xnc^ Tkonipion patd. Sl0.50 -^.o^l. lO cX'Xdyi o^. u^oad p:)^ ^dioat 8, 

'j^,7 . Ttiampyion paAd S 10.50 p3^ u:aod pa^ acAocL 8. 
Sec. 5: UlO't-tA^on Qo'idan paAd 57.50 -to't A-epaA-l^ on ^choat 3; S'1.50 pD^t 
'tepaAAA on ^ichoot 5i and $3» po-^ Ajepxi-iA/i on ^chooL 9» 
dec. 72: 1.'-^. CLaiuie poAdL S6.30 /-o^t 7 ca-'id^ of. uaad po^t .ochoat 3. 
dec. 13: Zephanlah SaujteAA pjiAxL 34. pol 2 ^Iveep kAAAed. by, doq^. 
Dec. 27: ^-. W. GLaiuie -ciljoasl tn a^ .<tu.peAXTt/io.l. of. Aoad dJ^tAAct 3. 

Qeo^e Bc-ag^lcij. patd 59.^0 po-t buA-LaAm:;. o-tofe pUic^. 
'Aea^ 1871. 
'Jan. 2: T.S. fr.aA.tAn patd $11.50 ^al wood foK. dA^ViAxt 6. 

CoTJ^JjTiyi B'tawn patd $8.77 fo-t nztPo, gAxi^-i end tci-xbeA.. 
'J^u II: J.R. Sh-ep/te-td poAA $13.80 fo^ ^td'e and fxlpe -in dUtUct 4. 



Jan, 18: (^eo-r^e Jowtch, 'iwo^ln -Ln a^ ^u.fie.^u/-l^oA. of. 'toad dA^ttAxiA. 4. 

teJj, lO: li'iivnj, C. luood puiAM. ^4.80 -f-OA, takMuj- a puiap.eyt -to -ttie. cLiipiwn, 

feJb, 11: Jeooe L. BaJceA. fuUd Sl33. -f-on, te^achUnxj. ^ckoo-i lO. 

feJj. 17: O.L, Hcu^ pa-id Sl33. ^a-t -tzactUruj, school. 7. 

7eM. 20: d.B, D^J^IceJU. p.cUA. Sl33. P^^ teacIUruj. -icftoal 11. 

feM, 22: 'JxL-ne^ a. tueyoneJL pcvld $133- po^ t&achJjuj., 

foJb. 25: 1.A, HichaAxUon pcuxL Sl33- i^^ taactUng, .->choal S. 

7eJj. 27: li\Ar, 2a^&nbaum. paJ-d $133- po^ te-ac/varg. school 3. 

£.,%, Karicaok. pa-Id 5733. /^o^ te-acJUjig. school 2. 
lilaA.. 4: T-taacU^ Ro^jxaA. pxiAA. S/33. ^-^ te-ac/Urtq, ^chao-L i and S4.50 ckj 
'iiLpe.Auj-Loa ^ o{^ -toad di^tMAjcA, 1. 

O.P.. f-zr^on pa-id 53. a4 ^apz^tu-LiO-t o-^ dJ^VUjc-t 7. 
lliaJi. 9: filag.qAui Clalk paJA S133' p^^ t^achAJiq. ^chao-l 4. 

Rl-boAA, [ila-the^ paJA $133 » p3^ te-acJ-Ling. -4chaa-L 8. 
liinA.. 10: /u.S. BooLeA. paMi Sl2,37 -jjo^ mood. pvinJ^txe-d -icAao-i 1 1, 
IPLOyt. 13: Jahn fRcCla-dla^ pa-id 5/77. -pj-t t&achAjxq. -dchoa-L 9- 
IPioA.. 18: S,^, da-tb-in poAA. 5774. -pD^ -teach-ing a-6^i^-tarU. at ^choo-i 9. 
rdoA. 25: C. BAoLcn paid $12.50 p}-t ^cA^jlac oa i^tiM-teG. 

C. Tnxiix! paJjd 59.65 poA -tent o/. twwie. -pDA ^choa-L -in, d-i^-fvicA 9. 
S-tdcfien. lUxJ'LO-Lian paid $3-15 -f^o-t wood pjArvLitidd -icJiaa-L / -in thz 
rnorvth o^ 'j-anaaAij., l8b9. 

f!la/L, 2S] : fi-Z-a-t^iaA BatcA. pa-id $2. psA walnlng. hand^ -in di^tVLlcA. 2. 
kp^. 3' B.fl. Ive^neJL pa-id $2.50 po^t bnMiL and, Pijiie, -to AopalA, -cchoo-i 4. 
flpA.. 4: C. B-rown. paid 54.75 ■p}'^ wood and tiauJ^irug. wood -po^ di^Pi-ijcJ:. Q. 
RpA.. 9: Cna^'tMe-^ f:l. Co-lnL-eJU. 'iua-m -in a-i -iap^-tv-i^oA. o/, ->ioad dPi-VujL-t 6. 

iiJPth. carui&nt o-{L tdo. caiuhtip con-zP^^i-ioneJiyi a -tax o/l 25c pe.'t $iOO. 
■po>i yip&CAMJ.. yicfwo-L ptLtpo-i&A and 50c on each. poPL, and 3c p-c^ Si 00, p:}A 
Axyad piiApo^Gyi -i-c -Le-irPid., 
filatj, 29: P.O. Caidj-U pc -id S2(V.oO fioA 20 caAd-i o-f, uood -jLo-t -ochao-L 9. 

■J.,H. I'laMiej'S pa-id $14.50 ^oA wood ■f.U'WLih.cd ^cAool lO; $1.35 -po-t 
94 ^ee^ o^ ■Lu.ivbQA. pot 7./7. daw.-ion, dUuLcAxi-l of, -cc/looZ 2; al^p paAd poA 
cJiathf g.-LaA-i and puPtu. poA ^choo-L lO and -fa^X. wood Lu.'uiA^de.d L.Z. tlojj^d, 
d^tG-cAa-t o/l -icAoo-L di^Ptijit 7. 

TtviPip 2-Leyite/t pa-id 57 6. -pot wood ■PuAnPitie.d -dclwat 2 a-t 5/. .ae/t ca-ld. 

7. {II. daw-con,, diA,e.cAot of, -icJxoal 2, paid $l0.90 f-oA 'tQ.patr^. 

ri.P. Lla-th.^i (zo.ncA wiAJi an o^td^t djoted TeJj. 8, '1 868 w-Lth. -ba.Panjci on 
oAdeA. and -inA,eA-Syit o-jL $208.84. 

CoP.eyi SaJJjj, CaLtie.-t, hip ?,C. Coj.lOL&, wtth. tAc f-oLlow-ing. oAdaA poA 
ijiuAdJjxjcj. a ^cJioo-i /iou^e -in di^t^ti-cA. 1 pj-t $440. 



ll. 

Hlojij, 30: ^eo-t^e 2ivi-icJU. paAA Si 0.92 f,a^ wood pdyirvLitio-d O^aac HotleA., dVi- 
ecio^ 0-^ dAyiViyLct 5. 

C. B^iawn. p.cUd Si. 10 p3A, b^ioofa^, tla cup. and gAxU)^ pi^ dAyiVUjU. 9. 

C. P'laur fuuxL p2'^ qAxi'i'i and h^laonui f.u/LrvLch.z.d ^chaa-L 5 and Jj^ijoaa p:)A. 
reheat 9' 

'JacaJj Lajunj^eA; -by, CAaAyU^ IR. ConnujeAJ,, cowckj w^Lth, an a-tAA^ piom 
BenyjxurUn ft.. Ue^neA-, dLVie.cAxi^ o^ dJ^.UU.ot 4 pDA 8';2 oo-^td^ o-fi wood, pDA. S8.' 

A.S. U-LLcjox fuUd p3A i2 cxi-td^ o^ wood piAni^tie.d 'J.oeJ, BaAmAJi, dl/ie.(Uat 
o/ dLi-UUxU. 7. 

2une. 8: T.L. p^se/i poyid $i/.25 foA. 9 -^hxiep. kAJMid Jjij, dag^. 
Jun/t '10: Jl-icJ-uyjid Uhe-^eA, pn^id S4. pD^ Azfia.b'Ui on ■<idioal 2. 
^une. 74: U-LLLla.'n P. Q^o-on pA,e^aiutyi an o^tdeJt da-te-d De.c. 30, 'l869 p-i 
$36. and 6:; InAjsAjs^t, to-tal $39. 15- 

"Juno. 17: Zcphaniah. Saict^JU, poAxL Si. 50 pi A Ahdcp LLLL&d Inp dog^. 
June. 22: D.B. I'siox pAj2.ien-t^ an o-ldcA. and Int&Aeyit /.O/i a totaA. of, S'l08.50 
daJ^ed J^n. 23, l870. 

"pine. 24: L.d. Hai^ pa-id 53 '75 -^O't 2 ^h.&e.p LLLLexL Ik^ clogA, 
'JiUjlj, 75: ?e.te/t C CanMle. gAjj-en no^te. p-t S500. , hcaAJng. Gio irUjiA^e^it, pat 
JjuiAMJjiq. yicJwa-L 9. 

'JuMj, 25: 'j)-LLLlajn JJann^t pu-id S4. /o-t rawing, wood ^on, dXyiViAxJi 7. 
iuXi^ 23: 'SiVJJjasii it. U-Lte^i caAxL 'J'l . ■fLo-t i ■o/ic&p LLLLed bif docjyi. 
JlUj^ 3i: Sa-Lorzon Sawte^L p-aAA 1S2..75 p'^ 2 ■ik-^e.p LLLLad bij. dog^. 
Aug.. 3: C. ?-low pa-Ld 'J7.25 co^t^ -in a tawn^h-ip -iOAJi. 
Aug.. 72: Hl-LUtan l.iontnorLe.tij. pa-id SI 6. pi A, ^tie&p. hLLLe.d bg. doc^o. 
Rug.. 26: l^.A. EUMiatt paJd 70c p-t cup., ginyy-i end b-toon p^t -ocJ-tvo-l 7 and 
'ST.60 pn. a -Lack and b.tooa pi-t /ichao-i 7. 

fljjm^ln Ll-LLUi,t o^^.po-inted and .^wO'tn -in a^ dVLccAx)'^ o/l -ichoo-L 4. 
ScpA. 74: Jeo-^re fuLti pa-id 59. p'l pub-Li^liAng -toAJjLoad cbcc-t-ion. aoi^icc-cj. 
Scp-t. To: 'j-c-i^c L. BaLeJi e.-Le.cte.d -tcacJie/t and 'J.H. I.'la/Jicw dJJiccto-t o-f 
■ochoo-L dl^.t-J..ct lO. 

O'Xangc L. htaij^ ctcc^tcd -tcache^t o-jL /ichaoi. 7. £.d. Ilcj^, dAJicc^tc-t, 
Scp-L, 74: ']-otin SnA-tn pa-id ^'12. p-t yten-t ojL ^cfioo-L fwu^c 9. 
bcp^, 20: R.L. rO't-teA,, -iupc-tcr-i-io-t o-lL di^t-Vict 7, -i^ o-tde/tcd -to open a 
pub-LLc --load bcg-inning cA -ttie- ca-tnc't^ op ^e-cAJxin-i 26,27,34,35 -in 3'i>2£ 
■^iunning. wc^-t on -tnc Line, between y^cciAjjm 27 end 3^ one. n-iXe -to -Uve. no-t-tn 
we^t cjD^ieA. op -section 34, ■intct-oecting the Cc'ltteA Ctcek, llceJU-ng tLOUcc 
■toad, to be op.ened tjj the. w-id.tn ot 25 peet. 
^ept.. 2.3: i-.H. 2c-ienhc.Lai eJ.^c-trd .teaclie-i. -p-t ^cAoo-l 3. 
Sept.. 28: A.S. BooLe-t paAxL 38, ao -iup.e-'w-Loo-'r. -in dA.-i-Vu.cA I . 



OcA.. 7: fi.ixtxandeA. :>nuMi emoted. dLtzcAa^^. a^ yichoaL cLLciyLLcA. 3. 

'JjjeA. BcuTJveJJi eXz.cAjs.d cLOie.cAC't and U-UJMim. oa/in&^tt i-dache^t a-L 

dAyitAJjCt 7 . 

'Jxshjt Coe/i zixicJje,d dLtetcAa-i and "Jjuneyi B. lH&^nsA. te.acheA. of. /^chaoL 
dA^VtlcA 5. Thcmcui b-lOMjeJi -to Zuyin^ti wood po^t 31 AO pe^t co/Td. 

UZLLLaJX Co'lmceMi <sJje.cA^d d-OieCyto-t and Boone. d.nJ^LeML tz.ad-us.^ oL 
^chjooL diyiVUjcJi II. fl.S. BookeA. to pjunruyiti -i/te. ujoad po^ 31.25 pe'Z- co/td. 

U^oLLLam. IL. IdViOyi eJj2.cA.e.d tsta.dxxJc dAAjz-cAo^ o-f, ^chaat 7. 

lltcCanuf PtUfifui emoted dL^ecAx}^ a^ ^cAoa-L lO. 
Oat, 9: Jtionia^ ill. lilcAoLion ^ujo-in am. a/i dVie.cJjs^ o/ dA^VvlcX 2. 

D-LiVU-cA. 4 eXo-cAjp^d IjJ-iAJ^Zam ^u^i^eAA. dVie-cAo^ a^ ^cAoo-i and ^cJiooJ. 
to ^toAA. OcA, 1 6. 

fi.lm.&^Un liUMLeA. p.a.id $4. -fLo^t ^ie.pxLVi^ to -cchoa-L 4. 

L.D, Hatj.^ pa-Id $2. /o/t ujoad piAnA^tted dLc-VvicA 7. 
OcA. 13' IJ'iA.Lian II. H-Uuz/i ^wonji. -in a^ dAjuicAo^ o/. -6choot dA^-OiZcA, 7. 

R. P. fRoAheA. ^uroAn An cm dAjiecAix} 't o/ dL/iViAcA. 6. 
ucA., iG: 7^oac HoLlcA. paAxL 33. ^on.. njzpjaAJUi on .ochoo-L 5. 

^,5. HoncjocJc eAj2.cAie.d p^lAncApaA.. ts.adre.yt o^ ^chooA 9. 
U.H. Po-lAaAd etzc-te.d dAjie.cAaA o^ dbiVtAjiA, 9. 

S.IJ. SViatton -to piAjvLih, wood /o-t /ichooL 9 p^-1- Si .30 oeA co-td, 
Ili.C. rtiAp.fi<i ^'xoAn -In a^ dAjLe.cAO''L {joa. .cchoot lO. 
John Qoen ^um^n An a^ dAJie.cAjo^ -fLon, ^cJwoL 5. 

LAA,en Sp&akyi eAjs.cA.e.d Ajo teach. dtii-OitcA. 2 ^■to/'tt.lnq. 4.ta m,andaij.A2. 
RouenbeA,, loll and iil-LLLtajn. Q-a-Ltahan to ■p.iAntoh. wood at 31 . pe-t cx>-ld. 
OcA. 20: S.C. IllchaLion paAd 53. /^-^ ^upeAJz-LioA. .6CyV.rtceyi. 
OcA, 24: Rot^ g.Auen to Sai-zaeA. U . ^-Oiattan and LltLlAam oAown /o^t 526. p 't 
20 cofui<i 0^ 20 Inch wood pD^ ^ctioot 9. 

OcA. 25: ^.d. Co^tnuett paAd S6. -/LoA 'ieAjjAce^i a^ tUrAa'ttan. 
Rotr, 13: RnrubcA ojL y>chotoA^: 429 An 3R,2L; ^0 An 4//,2£; 25 An 3fl,3^; 
and 15 -in 2Jl,2L. 

RoLT. 15: 2.P. Sh^p!ic.1d paAd 320.45 -^oA ^toue pLpcA lxi/LnA/ih.ed Ac^-oot 9. 
Rou. l8: PAOfrin-LiO^tii note, ^o-t 3200. ntuen to C. B-town ■fO't a tot poA 
^dvoot 9. 

Roir, 21: O'ldeA. wa-^ tinned to '}eoPjq.e fl. P.a.ienhaujn and otIieA. pc-tltlo ne/t^ 
■{ion. th-e. potLowtnq. de^aiAJjed hAntujaif. to be opened: Comr^encMia at -the. 
no-lAh end of. niaAn ^tlect An t/\e. town o^ Sattttto An the centat o^ ^oAd 
■6 0ie.et on the. ysecttan ttne. dAirtdAnq. .^ectAon 27 and 23, 2/ and 22, 7 b and 
15, 3R,2.E, thence no-l-tJi an the yie.cA.lon tAne U-JLoarjh the. Land of C-LLLAan 
fl. CLtlott, Sis.ion D. Ucviaah-eyt, LunAae Jhacke^ and r.dZamcf^ PhJ^i's^i, Rtla-i 
Rajjian and the. land bcAonqAng. to the, e^ita^te. and het^Ui o-f Tu-lm r.cnihcn, 
de-ce-a^ed, Ste^pJum Sa-jAe^i, L-.H. and HenAjj. Pa^enbaiuz uniAA At tnte^i.-^ ecti 



23. 

the. pAe/iejvt tviohwcuj, aJjowt 80 'ixjcU yiouAti of^ th^ na^t-th, tt;e^i cxj^fimA. 0/ <3ec>6co.^ 

75 exut oy^ ttue. -LanxU o-f, C^O'iq.&. A, RoyienMaxUii. O'tdeA^ 4^^u,ed to 2exioon L. 

To^LteA., yiop-eAvtyioA, 0-/L cLLityttct 7 and (^eO'tqe. Joiitch,, /nxpieAirt^aA. o/. dt^t'ttct. 

? to op.cn. 'iOAjd ^lacud. to the. wtdth. o^ 30 ^e.c.t, 

flat/, 28: P^jDmjTvi^oAi^ note. pD^t 543. gAU/en. ta TeAjeA. C. Ccmbte. po^ JjwLLdJjiq. 

ouMiau^eyi, -ate-pyif &tc. ^.o^ -ichoo-L 9» 

Bee lO: O^ideAyi -^an.. the njoad p-eAAAAjone-d -fj^n, hip Qe.0'1j^e fL. ^o^eJiMaxm and 

otheJi^ and o^uLeA.e.d ope.ne.d an flai/. 2/ aAe. hueAjeMij, 'tetroLed., 

y.eaA, 1872. 

Jua, 5* /Z.5, Boohed patd ST 2. 60 p^'t wood pdA/vL6tie.d ^cAoa-L ll, 

'pm. 75.' O'lxieAyi t^^u.e.d ta C.lil. Cxi.inweJJ,, yifipe'ti/tyiO't o-fL dLatAA-cA 6, to 

opexL the. pDtJjoictnq. ^ad chanxie.: oonup.eftCAJifj- at. the. ccrtteA. a{. ^ecJUcn 3o 

3fl,2£. and AjinnJjvj. ecuit on the. cfxioAteA. ^e.ct^ion Line, to ■Inte^'Uie.ct. tfue. Bona Jioz, 

Jxm, 23: fil. lUcho-Lyi patd li5.30 -^o-i. gAxL/i-c, puJjjp and -te.pa.Oujv'j. <ichao-L 2. 

JeJj, 8: U&yi-Lejj. Clause patd S8 . /o/t ujoad pjAnA^jh.e.d school. 3. 

Co 'tkJnyi B^wun pa-id S3. 50 -^-t chalk, gJji^^, Jj^^^anvi, and JjuxJteJ>i. 
7eM. 10: fP..£. ScijAxi^ patd Si 11. ps-^ te.aching. ^c/iaat 4. 
^cMc 16: O.L. Haij^ p.atd S129.50 po^ teaching, school 7. 
7eM. 17: Je^-ce U BaLeJi patA Si 29. 50 po^r te.achtng. ^diaol 10^ 
7eJj. 21: J.e,a-tha D^A^heAA paid S 129. 50 po^t teaching, school 6, 
ieJj, 25: lotm. Qoen pa-id S9.^0 /lo-l ^e.aayLtyi on ^ichoot 5. 
feJj. 26: 'Jane-^ IR. 7aij^Lo^^ patxL Si 2.9. 50 ^.on. .teaching -ochoc-i 9. 

d.B. d^il^Lelt. paid S129.50 /loA, teaching, school 1 1. 

].B. Ue-ineA. paid Si 29. 50 ^0^ teacfUnjg school 5. 

IJ,H. Ko-ienhatirrL paid. Si 2.3. 50 -po^t teaching, ^clioot 3. 

Q.S. Hancock, paid Sl4o. p:>.t teaehAna. ytchaot 9. 
7eM. 29: lohx Qoen paid S9.^0 l-o-t ^rep^aJji^ o-^ -cchooi 5. 

De^-Leij, Clause paid S8 , {^o-t wood f.tLlnA^tied school 3. 

(ul^ltan flicfL0.t4 paid S5.30 jLo^n. 'Xepa-Oi/i on -ichaol. 2. 
lIlaA,^ I: C. S'taujn S3. 50 -,^0^ -OucLet^, ■b-^aoci.-j, ete, 

S.!'). IdooduaJid paid Si 2. 50 ^o-t icood .fla-lnl-ilied ^ichoat 6. 
'J-aco-b Laujipe/t pa.ld S8 . /o^t uood ^u^in-L^/ied -6cJiaot 4. 
lliaA.. 6: LettjeA. piom. count/j. co:rjx.Li.^ljoneyU> no ttl'jping. a{L the e-ita^'jhUihp.ent. 
o-fL a puJjl-lc hAJjAu-aip In the taun-ihip. a<3 ^oLLou^: carmencAng. at. a point 
tihe-te -the -^ad piom CxLTLpJjeLLibuXq. -ta [It. Ca-laeU, cJiayi-ie<> the 'iecAlon Pine 
hetu-^een ^ectAon^i 35 and 26 In 3n.,2C, ^tunning, ea-it on the -Ujvz du/ldtng. 
■ceetAa.'Ui 36 ard- 26 betb-e.en -decLion^ 36 and 25 teyt-iin-ztlng. at. a point nhe-te 
■the Bona -load cAJ0.6-'je-i dald -oecAAon Line and within aboo-t 8 -lad-i op -th.e 
nj-Lnne. Line beticeen 2 and 'tasuj.e 3 and 25 ft. wide. Sape^tul^o^^ oAc, aitth- 
o-Uj^ed to open ^oAd ^ccad tp thai peAJAJjoneA^ paii Si CO. dcjp.age^ -to LpcLLa C. 



24. 

WZngAjeA. a^i a^<>eyi-oe.d. hi}. iJic -baa^ld ot cjoiltvLij. cxinuU^i^lan^ji^ , 'pimeyi 7, Habbo'td, 

4U.fieM/'i^o^ af. Axsad cUyi-ttZot b olxLeA^ci to ofiesi 'toad -LfL damaae^ a/ie. pxjjjl, 

llLaA.. 9: W-LLUxm H. Bayim^U. pxUd S729.50 p3^ te-acA^jig, -ocJiaal I. 

[RoA.. 77; W.W. fo-LLo'td paAxL 56.30 pan. bLuckijoaAxi and <^\xou&X. -^a-t ^choot 9* 

[Ra/L. 72: ^. ^. Sh.<ipJtPA.d pa-id Si ^.50 /La^t ^tac/e. and p.ip.e^ po-t -icAoo-t 9' 

(RoA.. 13: ft. IR^^tle^t puAxL 54. Zo^ 7 ^/isep. UJJjs.d hii. dag^. 

Q.U, Totvtch paAd. 57. a^ 'iapeAir-i^a^ o^ dJ^.ViAxA. 3- 
liLaA.. 15: UJjzn. B. Spjzak. pxUd 5129.50 pD^ te.acKlnq. -icAoat 1. 
lILaJi. 22: fLLsiX SrvLth, paJjd Si. 05 p^t -tin cup,, gAjjyi^ and pwOtij-. 
ApA.. 6: E..D. BakeA. pa-id 52.50 -f^oA I ^/ice/a hLLlcd hip dag^. 
ApA. l5: C'D. haii^ p-oJjd 55' poA 5 ta/rib-i) kJJJjs.d Jjy, doq^i. 
ApA, 1 9 •' Jeo/^T-e U. BogAe. appa^iruted -ouae-^'t^O't o/ dLiVt^icA. 6. 
ApA., 20: Co'diAJUi tiAjown pnAd S^f5- p>-^ i^iij^iie-e. oe/Ur-ccc^. 
ApA,. 25: JaMQyi HabhoA^d appo^inte.d .iup^eytu-i^a-t of. dlctAAxA. 6. 
Ap^l. 26: U-iMLlom. 7. CoAmneJJ- pcUd 54.03 poA A-npaJJi^ on ^cAao-i 1 1. 
[Rail 24: C. Taou: pxUd 51.50 pjA naJJ^ ■jUiAnJ^he.d dA^-VUcA. 7. 

T. S/tcf'Tc^t pcUd 512. bO -^oA. icood pjUinL6h.e.d dJ^iyiA^cJ-^ 5. 

?. C. CauJj-is. pa-Id 5525. l^oA ■buA^Ldlng. ^choo-i hxnuoe. Q. 

J.. B-toun poAxL 54.50 ■f.oA i -i/iecp. and 2 -LcriiJjyi tUJJj^d I'lj. dog^. 

1,7. C. U-ttkMiyi pa.4ji 52.6. 9'l -j^oA icraad piAj-ui<ih.e,d .^choo-L 9. 
IRaip 25: Ixurie^ 2eitno-Ld<i pxi-ld 5l2.65 p>-i luaad -piAruLified --icJiool. 1. 

W-LLLLcni piasui pn-ld 52.50 -p^-1 2 -LaniO-c hLLPid -by. dog^. 

%.U. lean pjiAd. 53^75 poA 3 ■iamJj-^ hLLLe.d Inj. dog^. 

R.L. ToAtj?^ paJxL 524.94 -pon, liwihe.A and 511^80 cm /iopeJu/l^aA ^1. 

Ijohn. PXVJj>jL pxjAd 53' l5 poA ujood ■f.uAivUitx-dd ^chooP 7. 
liloip 27: fl.P, f'la-Vie-'i. p.a-id 56.60 -^o-t App.a-iA^ -in dlA-ViAxJ:. 7. 

R.A. CoAmczJJ^ pcAxl 56. jLoA -^dAM-tce^ a^ -UJj'XaAAMn. 

W-LLU^n £jX'lhin pa-id 5^. -fjo-l wood pi-'uiA^lxe.d poA -ccJwo-L 8. 

lohn Qoen. p.a-id 52.50 -^oA -o/iecp lUJJ^d 4y. dog-o. 

Co.>JcJjvi Blou-n pa-id 5200. -fLoA -Lot -pjA -cc/ioa-i 9. 

5.W. StAatton pa-id 52.50 poA 2. 'ih.co.p kA.LLe.d Ivp doa^i. 

C.li'l. Co-tnueJJ^ pa-id 57.35 cm -dup-Oylu-l-ioA. 

[■'IcCaneij, Pfvipp^ pa-id SI 8. 02 -jLoA wood, -b-toaa and -iocJ'.. 

C. B-tawn pxiAd 55. OyO -tAo^taa. 

U-i^LiAMiX QaLLahan pa-id 512.10 po-t uood fuylnJ^ficd ^c'loo^ 2. 

?.C. CciiJj-U pa-id 544.25 end 5150. p}A ba-Liding. ^cAoo-L 9. 

QJ^. P-o-cidnbaiun. pa-id 512, -fioA 5 -6h.e.e.p. LA^iyLzd btj. djg^i. 
P^LLnbcA o{L .ocfialn^-^: 4b9 -in 3Bl,2Z. and t"0 -in 4ll,2.L. 
15,7:, and 0.£. QouMl paid 511.50 {.oA 2 -oh-eiep. and 5 -Lanb^ k-LLLed. 



Illajj. 30: 


iitajj- 3 7 : 


'June. 1 : 


June. 3: 


'pme 4: 


lane. 7 : 


'June. lO: 


Jane. 22: 



25. 

"pdJjf U: Q.U. Joii-tch p-old 57.50 ^-^ 3 o^sc/i lUAAeA hif dag^. 

'JiUjj. 5: Xaxp. aixd 7o.^•^^•te^l aa-ld lilO. po-t lAjjhAjiAJia -Tad pa^t ^chao-L 9. 

'JiUjj. 9: O.'Uiruq.-^ L. QollLcL pa-Id 35 » p^^ 2 ■^h.e.e.p. LLLL&.d hii daq^i. 

Se.pjt, 74; fit ifui 't&q.iLe^t a-f, flbnjvn S. BaakeA., ^ufie^'iu-oia^ o^ ^uoad dAyi-VLlc^t i 

and yi&jJzAxht fKZA^arui LLabLe. to pn^'L^a^un fvlghwai/. ■Laba-'i -in. -catd d^oiiyttot, tO'l 

tixz. coru/ejztdficjz o^ hnnd^ ^ui^-LdAsuj. ujaMxaji ^oajI dA^VU^Cyt, -Lt -Li o-tdeA^d thjzt 

^aJjd. dLiVitcA, -be. d-U/tded ^o a^ to pO'tni tuja ^e.p.e-tcbte. 'load (ii^-t-t-coi^ , coAJ^ed 

7 e.ayit and 7 ueyit. I e.a^t 'iha-LL e/rdj^xLCje. oLL that p-oAA, o-fL ttie. pA-cy^ent 

dJ^Vvict -tJtat ■Lleyi coyot o>L the. Coxao JeAAjj, ■'Load and 7 uye^t ^haAU. tncJjide. 

the. CoxQyi TcAyti/. 'toad and a-LL p-uMttc, ^ixsadA ij:<s^t of, t'ze. Coxe^i Te-^l^/ 'toad 

now -In dlyitttcJ, I. J-.C. Coyteyi-a ty} ap.pctnte.d ^ape/tir-i^o/t o/ 7 ice^t. 

Sep^t. 10: UoteAyd o/ .ochaot dU^t^ilcX 6 e.te.cJie.d Je.ptJia d'VU>k,eAA, te.ach.zM.. 

and ^choot to -i-taJut J^d. mandaij. tn Rou. K.P. fdoMicyt -b-id wood at Si. 09* 

Sep.t, 28: Benjx'ntn ft. W^^ae^t ejected io teach, ^choot 8 and lla-tuLj. Thaapyior. 

to piAnLch L^ood at 90c fie^ cold. 

Oc^t. 7-4-t Sat. : Thonoyi HI. daujyian eJjzcted dAJie.cMS't and Clten B. SpeaJc a^ 

teachcA. o^ dtc-tltcyt 2. UtLLlam. Qa-LLahan to ^uylniytih uood at ST. 2.0 pe^t co-^d. 

OcA. 5' 'JiMLioyi 2. BaAnetA. eJjzcA.e.d teacJieyt and J-.C CaAcA^ -in dyiyittyix^ i. 

Atoa^o IJ-LLcox to p.^mlyih Lcood at Si. pc-t coAd. 

S-'ji.e.on TaJJ-Oytd e-Lec^tzdc to -teach yichoot 9 a-t Cximp^bc-LLibiLlg.. 

U-LLLiam fy'. Hoyienbaxm. cteotcd teacheyt and 'jj-iLLyiojn Ru^^icJU. ayi dVi- 
e.cJjo-t o^ yicnout dJyi-VL-ic-t 4. HznAij. Royienbaani -to -f-U-tn-iyoh uoad ct 75 C peA 
coAd. ^clioot to yita-l-t the. pLiyit nondajj. -in. noucnbeyt. 

Uc-t, 8: Sapc.-lLr-lyioA-<) of. -toad dyiyi tttc-t^ eMec-ted: IL-Toha L, Co-uiucLL (apa- 
otnte.d. on accoun-t o^ i^ic t/a-tej ; T--J~'j..C. Ca^teyi^; 2-A-Lon^^a o. L'-Ltcox; 
3-jJicjob La'j-'u.e-t; 4-.::anact B, V't.l.cLp,-LL; 5~Lcic-Lci bh^Wij.cyt; G-J-UJ^iarL n. 
')C^Myt^-inq.eA. ; 1-lVichtbaLd caxteJi. 
<Jct. 9'' '.J-lLUuzn. 'lean app.atnted dAjiectoA of. yichooi dtcOujz-t 3. 

liaLT-ld ToutcJi ap.po-ln.ted dyoicc-toA of. yicfiaot d-lyit-ttcyt 8, 
VcA.. iG: Sa'nueZ liaijyi appotn-t?.d dLlec^tO't of, -ccAaoi. d-l-itn^Lct 7. 
Oc-t. 20: loJiAq. Ca^^eyc>^ q-ua-LLfyie.d ayi yi upie. At' Loo-t of. -toad dL<itA-lat 7 ca-o-t. 
lioa. 2: '.j-LLitcn Qatlafum pxiA-d Sl5. p^A l2[2 coAda of wood f.oA -cchaot 2. 
l/eaA 1873. 

"J-an, lb: '^LLLLcfo. t-i, JiiL-i-ic-LL -tccc-ivcd i yicJiapcyt, 4 ptct^, 7 yihoue-Lyi, 1 
■ctedqe. Iia.'meyt and I dytt-LL -fo-t -toad dLi-tttc-t 2. 

iiiaA. 7 : 'Jtt-LiaiTL a'. /l-lxr-L-i paid j5. lO f.oA po-itinrj. -load (-laiyLioadJ no-ttceyi. 
lUnyt. 8: UJ.cn IS. Spcali pa-id :il3G.50 foA -tcach-inn. reboot 2. 

Li.R. lucyinPyX pa-id 313G.50 f,oA -tcaai-lnq. yjcboot 8. 
l:uiA. 15: l^'tLLiam. P.. Batactt pa-id S13G.50 fa-l teach.in.q yycJioo-L J. 
Iiio/l. l9: L-:.cjcaji.-L L. Ca^^-iyi patd. ^13G.50 foA teachtna yichaat li. 



LlcUi. 22: fP.aruLcl B. d^U^koAJ. pa-lxL Sl5^' -^oA. tuadiAJig. refloat 10, 

J.e.fU/ia n^U^ke-LL paid ^1 Jib, 50 ^oA, i^acfvutg. ^chaal 6. 
Itla^. 26: 'J-.U. 'pe.an. pxi-id 53. •A'-^ 2 ■LarJj^ kJJAe.d. l-i}. daq^, 
ApA. 74; /li&xandeA. SnuJJt pcUd 57.50 poA. 5 lamAj^ kUAJ^d hi^ dag^. 
RpA.. 28: HagJi lilct -LeJUAjng, pa-id. S9. p^A. 3 -ittee.p kJJU^d bij, dog^i. 
illaif. 9: liJ-LLLtaa 'pe.an. A.e.ceMre.d p^ant -i/ttM-tce f.C. CauMle. ^oA. u^e -isL Aaad 
dyLiVtJjcA. 3 7 AXiojd p-laia; I Aaad /icAape/t; 2 pJjck^ and G -ihxiueAyi. 
HloLj. l5: 'John. £.. BaMjj2.u, A^ceJjidd 7 Ajoad pMaus, yiC^tapcyt, 4 pyick^ and 4 
/ihxn/&L4 poA. LL^e -in. Ajoad dUiVujcJi. 4. Iti&^e. -too-Li we-'tc -twimd oaeA. to 
R. filLLU on June. 5. 

(/to/ 76: ?.C. CaiUjle. paAd. 3393.^5 po^ -balance, on oA-deA. dale.d Ru.g, 1 5, i^ll. 
OAange. Baxilltl paid $42.^0 poA. wood piAnl^ticd dUi-Vilclyi 5 and 9. 
^eyill&t^ CLoiKiz paid $10,50 poA. Lcaod pLUinl^ticd -school 3. 
WILUmitl Qalahan paid 5 '1 5. poA, ujood poAnLihed .ichjool 2. 
Dauld ToLLtch paid 55. ^o-t ujood puytnlctied -cchool 8. 
rllon-^o ^. ^llcjDx paid Si 5' poA. wood poAnl^ticd -ocJvool 7. 
UllZlam. H. Ra-ienOaum. palM. So. 90 poA. wood piLAfJ^txed -icfwol 4. 
Q.A, 2o/ienbaiwi paid 56.90 poA. lumbeA. ^uAnlcfzed Acad dl^PllcA, 3. 
2obeJU. Jane.-6 A^ce.-iMed 3 p-lohi and 6 yitioueA^ poA, Aaad dtd-t-ilcA. 7 £. 
Lewl6 Ti. ShAjoij.eA- A-ecA^'u-red 7 pljou, yicAa.p&A., 3 pldoi and 5 -ih-ot/eJ.^ 
p3A. Aaad dl^tJilcA. 5. 

■peAjenAjoh C. Cxbiey^A A.e.ceM/e.d pUaw, <ile.dg.e. h.amneA., cAcwhaA., 3 plchi 
and 4 -dliaueAyi poA. Aoad dly^^ViAjcX I uJ. 

FolUiAd. and HuljhaAd paid S 169.25 p:>-l 5'P- da^en -ihcueJ^; 4 Aaad pAaw^; 
4 Aaad ccAapeAyi ; 20 plchi and Izandle^ ; 1 cAaw-bai. and 1 <iledg.e hopji-zA,. 

'Jarxeyi 7. Hul-baA-d. paid 53. -^oA. 2 daijyi wo-'ik. a^ -iiiLpeA-u-i^oA, op dl/ilAlcJ, 6. 
'pohn CoAnwcAX. paid 53.85 -f-oA, wood PuAnLideA <iahnol 10. 
Jjine. 5: A. BaxleA. A^ce^Ured 12 <ikau&l-c PoA. Aaad dl^-tnJjcA. 7. 
lune. 6: rio. Phlpr^ paid 317.25 poA. wood pu.lnUfied -cchool lO. 
S. Haip-i paid. 511.65 tLoA. wood pijJinLih.e.d .^cAocl 7. 
SaLLt^ CoPLlp.A. paid S50. InteAe^t on oA^dxi/t daAe.d OcA.. S5, i87i. 
SaUj;. CoLLU't paid 5350. an o^tdCL darted 5e.pl. 15, 1871 . 
'June. 10: U.H. XtuA^^ingeA. ^leceM/cd 20 -ikouel^ and 4 pyiaLo poA. dl^PllcA. 6. 

It.?. PalhcA paid 54. PoA. llnibeA. Jjoanhl inj. dPiVilcJi. ^apeAul-iOA... 
June. 12: O-iaac. KoLLeA. paid 52.50 poA, twjillng. -itUngA.eyi -to -ichool 5. 
'June. 20: B.fl. SpanryLc't paid il3.65 ^o-t ^fvincjle^ pw'^n-uih.eA -dcAool 5. 
Jane 24; Jane^ 'c 'UA-lariyi pa-id. 56.2.5 poA. wood {.LL-lnlyctucA. -izhaol 11. 
Jo-Ul 5: 7.L. Ca-LLu-ui paid 520, PoA. aLtoASLeiL pceyi -in action o-P BAawn 
■towmfilp aga-iml -tlxe e^i-tale. ap CoALlm B-icwn. 



111014. i7 : 


IRaij. 23: 


liim;. 2^: 


llLaij. 23: 


HioJj. 31: 



Ji^iy. l6: JaTKiyi '^njden. p.aldL Si. 50 po^t moLiruj. 3 -ce-oJi^ ps^X. <>cJtiaoL 7 7. 

'^nJb^ Id: m.H. RiLd^eA^ poAA i6. p^-t 3 ^h.e.e.p. LLLLzd. bi^ daq/i. 

'piJj^ 25: U.H. X'tiUyi-lnq,eA. fLold ^2,85 fo-i. noAAyi piArU^ke-d -^oad d'i^-tAAX^t 6. 

Se-p^. 5: ?aAjzha4s,d. hxUp. acA^ o^ q^lxianxi piom. 'Jjm.c^ ?. IllaAJJjx pa^ ^ochoo-L S. 

Se.fit. TO: School, haa^e. -ax. cLL^-tlJjCyt 6 ^ de.cU£iA.e.d uaca-texL 

:iefU., 7 7: John. J., ftaAdAn jiaZd S^l,75 co^-t^ -in. ccuis. oP BAxjwn tah^ruihAp. 

(fUuAJvtip^) and the. h.sJJU) o/. CoAJUivi) B^toujn (de.^endzn.tj pD^ de.ed. 

^ep-t. 20: EJJ-en. B. Sp&ak (zJjiole.d ta te.ach. school 1. 

Sept. 27 : 7h& ^chao-i fiouyie. and -Lot known. cl6 niMnb<iA. 6 -Li ttvLi daij. ^atd 

to dautd ToLLtch pD^ S70,25, to he. pa-id -in 6 irtoathyi utthaut amj. ■inJjsA.OyC^t. 

Oct. 72; UtLJJuwi j'tL-i^iell appotnJjcd dOie.c.ta-t o/ -ichoat dA^-VLlcA. 4. 

OcX. 74: WtLLlam. H. ^LUi-ieAM apaatfpte.d -^a/S-e-ty-i^a^ a^ ^toad dl<it^vlct 2. 

OcA. 75: Schoot 7 7 -ittaiA. h.cAjzxxtteA. he. Lnoum. a<i -ichoat nunbeA. 6. 

Ooi. 20: LeandzA. C^. daut/i patd S3, po^ 'ui.coAAlnjq, djz.edi to -dchoot totd. 

OcJi. 26: 2.L. ?0'^,t^A. appa-in.ted diyle.cAxi-t oL -icJxoot dLctiAJZ-t 7. 

riou, 7: RoheJit 'Jone-^ pa-id S3- a<3 ^ape^ur-bio-t ofL Aoad dA.^VvicA. 7 eaxtt. 

WaJJJmui h. Royienbaiun. eAe-cAj^d te.ache.1 ap -icJiaoi. 4 -itayitAjui ILou. 3. 

C^ea->Lg.e. /,'lonahan to -puAnA^h, wood /.O'i refloat 4 at 7S<t peA. co^td. 
dec. 4: fl.P. ma-theA. patd S24, poA. 72 coAjdi op wood pi^tnyUfied. -ichoat 9. 
dec. 5' '^'. Q-OAdan pa-id $25.75 poA. makAJig. de-ohi poA. -ichoot 2 and cbLao pz-t 
Ajs.pa-inyi en -idioot 8. 

S.C. fiAno-Ld pciAxL Si. po-t 1 hcLctet and 2 hAao.Tvd pvuxt^tied the tourui^'i.ip. 
dec. 6: T'luebtood aid flLLen. pa-id S8. -fa^ 4 qucAt-i c{, t-iaatd -^Latino.. 
dec. 8: DtLLian J^toi-ictt patd S5. -po-^ AjepaVLi, -to -schoot 4. 

T^obeAt Joneyi 'leceAjjed 3 ptchd and 6 -<ih.oue.l-6 /o/t Ajoad d-i-i-t-l-ict 

eoAfje li\ ?uh6yiet-L pa-id 52. /o-t / ^iheep k-il-Led bif dog^i. 
Stephen. R-icJio-Lion pa-id 52. -lo-^ 1 -ifieep hlLied bij. dog-i. 
UJjen B. Sp&aL pa-id Si 66,25 -p^A. -teach-ina. -id^toot 2. 
uJmed ouet S36.79 p-ion. daq. -pond to txittion -pond. 
lilaA. 6: 0-Zang.e L. liaiiyi pa-id 52.50 -p^A. I -ifieep. LiLLed hit doq-i. 

S-i-La^ IJ. iJoodicaJui pa-id S4.50 -po-t 3 Panvb-^ L-LLLed bi^ daq.<,. 
ITloA., 7: ula-tttteij ?.o-beAt-6on pa-id Si 7. 50 po-% 7 -ckeep LiLLed -bu. doq^. 
r.at. 14: "Ja^ne-i /?. Luan-^ paid Si 66, 25 po-t teachtnq. -ichoot 7. 

D-LLLia-.i r'. 7.-'uiti-ing.eA. pa-id S 261 .25 poA .teacJitng. -ichoot 9. 
LLLL Stcnteij. patd. SI 42. 50 poA. .tzachAnq. -ichaat 9. 
.n. 'Coyine-t pa-id S!z6.25 pD-t teacA-ing. -idioot 5. 
ag.qJje B-loun pa-id 5 752. Jio-t -teach-ing. -ic'xaoi 6. 
'itt-ian It, Ra-cenMaiLTi patd Si 52. poA teaditna -ichaot4. 



Jan,, 


11: / 


7 eoyit. 


'pm. 


76: ( 


teJj, 


9: S- 


feJj. 


75: ^ 


liiaA.. 


7: 7i 



f'loA, 23 
fJloA. 26 



23. 

[Rcuu 74: Le-io-Li S-Vicutton. paid 3152, /O't tcachUfig, .^cJiaol 7. 
ITiaA.. 2^: MJjeAJi llkUhsJi puUd 5752. fa^t tdacJving. ^cAaa-L 8. 
lilaA, 31: Je-fUha d^lyULeJU, paid S 1^0. 50 p3^ luachlnq. ^ch.ootl(X 
kpn.. 6; Ste-phen. fUcAo-Ldon, paid 32*50 -^0'>i 1 'ih.e.ep. LlHe.d In^ daqyi, 
Ovilyitlan, T'taw paid 50^ /lo^ aj-tlllng. a deed ^.o^ school 6. 
RpA,. 9: fi'.atlAeJUJ 2abc^U^on paid 35. ^o-l 2 ^fie.&p LLLLzd. 
kpjt. 11: LcjjjI^ StULOij-eA. paid 31.50 a^ ^ap-oAvOioA, o^ ^joad dlyiVilal, 5- 
kpX. 16: dauld 7oatch pa-Id 35. 15 pO'^ ^Q.palJu> an. yidxool 8. 
Rp^. 11 : fUa T. Jaan, paid Si 50. ^oA. ts-achlnq. -school 3. 

IJlUla/n. 'Jjian. paid SS. O/O -capeAirl^o-t o-^ dLiVilcA, 3 and S4-, p^A. 
^j^pa^'uu, on ■icJioal 3. S 

ApA.. l8: Jalxn. £. BlMj-aaa paid S4.95 cui yiapeMjlyiO'^ o/ A.oad dhiVild 4. i 

ll'aij, 9: 'lo&A. Bansie.-tt paid 312. -{LoA uyoad .^ct'uil^h.e-d .dcJwol 1 . \ 

O^ianq.d fl^riold pa-Id 54. po-t tak^lnq. CLiyi HerL-tJj, to oounJjp a-npiun. 
aioj^ 19: ^^eo/t^e Ulanahan. paid Sll.,35 Po-t wood ^.o-x. -ichoo-i 4. , 

///cy/. 22: ULe^arudjuA. Smlln. paid So. po-A wood pjbtnl^ricd -ocAooP 3. 

1.7. C. W-ilkln-i & Son paid 3 1 .95 l-o^ -LocJc and ■O-raoni poA -icJzooP 6. ; 

C. Paoux and Son pa-id 312.50 ps-t wood. puAnyLitied -school S; 36.30 \ 

/o/t -cauj-ing. and -4 pPl-tilivj. wood po-t ^cAoaP 9 and 33. oO pi^ nalPc, I'UcJtel \ 

and ■b^aarrui. 1 

'Jacjob CfAAMQ^ paid S3. 20 poA. d^aJJc and (pia-6-^. j 

Hiiqh [RcJ-Lemlng. paid S^. po-t JjjmJjeA. puAnl-6ti^ ocAoo-t 4. : 

Ulaij. 23: O^a Sauy-t^-U^ pa-id 36. po-t ■'le.palJU) on -ichooP 3 and S8, jLo'^ PiuiPdlnc 
an ou^thoLUiQ. po-t ^cJuiat 10. \ 

U,rl. CPLPoil paid 52.75 /^^?- nalMi, cJ-uz-Lh, buckcA- and, cpLcyi-6. 
J.H, filattheu and ti-njo. paid. 38, {jyft ■Um.bzA -poA. oiit hau^syi po-^ -idiao^^ iC. 
[He PhA-pp^ paid- 53.20 Po-t ^ai^y-ing. wood pa-A -cdioaP 10, and 3l , -^oA. 
Adpal^.-i an -6cAooP 10, 

2,L, Po-lleA. p-o-id 3^.30 -pa a dao-t -iacL, P-laoa cad AG-paAJU) po-t -icJiooP 7 
and 315.15 ^O't wood, and Ae.pal-^'i poA -io'iool 7. 

Jalm Qaen paid 32.. 50 Po-t i -ifie.e,p tilled bij. dog^. 
EjzIjs Lunl^i Lill'icu pa-id 310. po-t 5 -ihcap LllP&d b'j, daq-6. 
lilaij. 27: 0-''Lang.e. B-lawn pa-id Si 2. 50 pa-t wood ^LuAnA^tLizd -^cJiaaP 5. 
Pioif. 23: L'-LPllan Pa6^Q.-LL paid 51.50 po-t hauling, de-^hi po-t school 2. 
I:dij- 30: T,u. Doi'j-ion pa-id pa-t Ae-pa-Lt-i on -school 2. 

71iop.a<i iKat-tiji. paid 312.20 po-t wood. piAnl^hcd -icJiool 8. 
pMxe. 1: P.-ian^a S. 'J.Licox pa-id 317.70 jLoA wood piAn^Uhdd school 2. 
Jam 4: 'Je.-te.-ilaJi Ca-tc-i-o pa-id cdt ^o-t b-tocn. and d.aiP, 

'J-eA^jnlah C. CaAji^-i pxild 52.25 -t-o-A 1:2 daii-6 wa.-tnlng. Iiandyi. 

7hoaao B-taccJi pjxld 525. 710.2. 8 old -cheap and 5 Pavjj-o LLLUd b:t,±z^. 



]une. 10: fliLriMeA o/ ^ch-olay'u,: U50 In. 3fl,2C; ^I -In. 4n,2L; 74 hji 3fl,3£.; 

3 ^ la,2L. 

'Jlltlc 15: SaJJjp CoUJjzA. pa-iA. S550. pxufnonA. -in. pjJJ,. 

C. P'tow and Son. p-cUd 51.40 pj-t naJJ.yi -fMylnAyituid. AXicxL dAyiVuxAyi 
1 and. 6. 

2unc 22: O^-^aeJ^ WeyinoA. paAjd S30,70 ^^ JjinJjeyfi pjAnAyihtcd -toad dLyiViAxiAyi 
2, 5 and 6. 

OcA., 24; U'LLLLam. Idc/'-Lk.e. q-uoJ-AJLZe-d cm ■iU-pjt'-lir-LcaA, -in. 'load. dyLo-VuxJ:, 7 eo/^-t. 
Oc^t, 26: 7'tank P^oAJJieMJ qaoyLL^Ajid cm yiap.z/lU'Lio^ -in. 'load dLi-tAJjcA. 3. 
Rou. 1: S,B, H-LLc-i quaJ^LfJ^d c-6 -iupj^yH/.-uia-t -in. -lead dUi.blA.cA. 7. 

Ja-^fuia 3-^cbjn q-oaXAJMid oo ■^u.p^^uj'LiO'l. -in. -read dyUtiyt-lcA. 6. 
ile.a^ li<75. 

Ian.. 25: rinrvLieA. o-fL ^.chola^: 450 -in 3n,2£.; o7 ^ 4n,2C; 33 -in, 3<l,3^; 
14 -ax 411,3^; 3 -In. 211, 2£.. 

Iluxc 12: B.i. UrLe.sJ-.&'t qiLaAA.lL.Le.d a<3 ^LLpe.-'U7-Lio-t -in 'load dAyi-t^l-Lcyt 2, 
■June 76: fUmbcA, of. ^cAa-Layt-i: 457 -in 3fl,2£.; 80 -in. 4a, 26.; 25 -in. 4n.,3E.; 
20 ^ 3(1,3^. 
//cQA lS7o : 

OcJjolrcA.: SiLoe-^tv^o-t^ (U..eote.d arul qii/xl.LIL-ie.d.: I -S i.e.pli<in. ll-icJio lx>o n ; 
P.-John. Ca-id^bii; 3-'j-0-otuia B. B-totsn; 4-']M.aob LomjilcA.; 5~'J-o-ie.nh lia'n.LUjDn.; 
G-U-tLLla.'Ji B-tOL'jri; 7 -l^lcOvi^^. Ptuip.p^ ; S-Jahn. 'J. ShiOuMt^. 
U. ca^^ 7o77-' 'J-cm^yO 7. .'ve^ALct ujoo -ie.^'urZrLg. a^ -buui-tce. -in. QcAobeA.. 
OcA., 12: fUnc-tln i.'!..Ltls.-t appa-Lrttcd dAJtccAjO "1 o-L ^dzoot 3. 

Sajzoo. p. Ca-^oCyi-o apr'-o-in-te.d. dAyte.c.to-1 of.. -cch-oo-L 7. 
OzA. 20: 'J'^hn. L. Coytm-:e.-LL aapo-inJuid dutzcMj-l o-f. -ochoo-L 6. 
Oct. 25: 7.D, Badacyt appo-in.ted d^Lte.cJia-t o-f yjcAoo-L 10. 
tloi/. 3: '.J-LLLla.'n. //. Puyi-ccJJ.. a,iao-in.tad diylccto-t o/ ^choo-L 2. 

HznAij. A. SiruJ:.li ap.po-in.ted d-Ltec^ta-^t of ^dfvoo-L 7 . 

'J^'XrioX. iVc^ne-t appoinAcd dA^lec-to-t of -icfuoa-i 5. 
l/ e-c/L r:-79 . 

Oot. 8: Sandij. liooHeA a.ppo-in-tcd. diytzc-to-t of. -^cJioo-L 4. 
Uc-t. 11; ft. 7. Ca.lrLLJC.LL appo-in-ted d.Lte.cA.o-^^ of ^chao-L 2. 
Ujia-i V:'<'i0: 0-iange. B^loLi-n took off.iee. a-i ■ttUycte.e -in /i-'SO. 
7eJj. lb: L.ll. Cicen c p p o -in-tco. di^^cc^ta-^ of. -ddioa-L 5. 

Apyt. 5' ^ocd ouce'U/'UJO-M eOtcAcd end q-LLaJ^lp-ie.d : l-fl. L''-i-Lc-0x; 2- -LLLLan 
P.ihi'icJJ,; 3-!l-<U^on. KobcJ:Ayo; 4-'iohn '.J-Lifonq.; 5-ri-Lf^1^d Lcadi; b-r.-LL-ie.^ ^;.ocn; 
7~'.^-LLLicn IC-LiA^yi; o-Haan Caat^. 

JuJji. 5: '^.eo.tae .'-". \u.-:,ic-tl a,'\Qa Intcd d^Ltucta-t of -icJiaol 2 and ILcna;. d.-Uycka-'.-'i 
-to -taacA. 

5. /J. BaJceyt appo-in-tad dbblccto-t of KtcJtooi. 5; HLboAA. iiaAAcA. -to -teach, a rd. 
tJ-LLLian rtc.ii-iJj.on to qet .Uie ujood a.t 75c pe-z. co-id. 



30. 

'pjUji^ 5' TaotiL iliOyttfieuy ap.ao-irvtp.d cUA,e.CytO't o/ -icAoat 3 w-lMi 'DatrAjd. C^Aje.erL 

■to -tcac/i. 

ie,Q-t. 25: Qao-^ce W, ^uyi^eJJ, ap.DO'in.te.d d^teoto^i o/l ^cJioa-i 2, 

Oct. <j : Sandii BoakeA. ap.p.o-tfvtc.cL d-i^te.c.toA o^ ^cAoa-L 4. 

J.,H. Co'truL-sJA, ap-pa 4-rLte,d dyiyie^cAO't o^ ^cAoo-L 6, 

S»lil. tJaadua/ui apao-in^t^d dLtecJxi't o^ yicJwa-L 8. 
Vat, 10: John. n.eJ.dd-IL^C'i. appa-irvte.d d.Lte.ctoA a^. -ochoo-L lO. 

Ho^eJi (?) Ccuie. ap^potnte.d dAJie-cAa^l o/ -iCtiao-L I . 
JLe-aA 1881. 

IRaA. 11: 7-tiM-te.e nc-tt^J^d that the. courvbp cjoriMvLi^A^onpyi^ haud O'tdate.d a 
■fload to lie. JjluML 30 /ee-t utd^cxan-rKzitcAsLq. at. a patnt on. the. SoJAaJJjd and 
Horia nx)ad hxjnnJjxa exi/it atonxj, tlie. do-it and uje^t tAne. d^if-Ldtruj. the. tandyi of. 
UtJUMii.z fl, ZJUA-ott. end the. heyUu, of. l.tcCanuj. /'Ivipa^ ojuL dtL'-idtaq. tlie. Land^ 
of. £AJjiy6 Q.. B^'Lown, ■tn.e.n.ce. ea^t on -Vie. Iajvz. d^ivr.idAjvq. t'lc tcnxdi op Lgj.:--Lo /T. 
Ldwoyldyi and J-0.6ep/i TaijJxS't and tct^fe.; I^ptha D'lt^Le^LL and Gtanae. f:l. Caaon 
to tnt,eJu>ccA, -the Aaad .^umn-uig rw^^cth and .^oattL an the. eoyit ^tde.. o-/l .-ia-id 
tl'il/iLeLLi and LesnoriA tandyi -In ^rsctian 27, 3/t,2£, 
/IpA.. 10: Oia't.Le.ip LtnJj appa-inte.d /iU,pe/UjV:>on, ot 'laad dl<ityiA,cJ, ■4. 

tS-LLLixun H, Ru^-ieAA. appo^inted dtA.c(yta-t o-L ^cAoot dAyitAA-cA. 2, 
Oct, 11: HejiAz;. P.ote^tt^an appo-in.te.d yiiipeJU-endenJ:. o-f the. pabt^Lc h^ujhicajjyi 
<n B^LOwn. toi-roihtp.^ 

Oct:.. 29: fil.B. JJAt^Lett appotnted dAjLecAoA of ^ch.aot dZ^t^lA.cA. 8, 
Ueat 1882. 

fLpA., 18: C.tR. Lemon appotntcd, .capeyl.tcnd.en.t oZ piibtAx, lilctiujaiiyi .In B^tOL^n 
totimiahAp.. 

lllaxj. 6: S,C. flLcJxo-Ldon appolrvted dLte^cytO't oL ^cJiaot d-Uit^TAxJ:. 5. 
jutu}. 10: B.'r. SpanrpLe.A appotn.te.d dAJie.ctoA foA ^ichoot dZ^jt.'i.lcJ:. 3. 
fi.Lia. 4: f.leA.et M-ijcJ-iot^an appatjited d.iJie.cAo'1 of .^cAaot d^U.ti'icA. I. 
i>cpA.. 25: R-lcAaAd !^l-LLle^t apaa.LnMid dAJLeCyto-^ of -ichoot d^LitAyicA. 4. 

Ij.?. 'J-lAeyi appatnted d^iAecAoA of yjcAcat dZi-tyttct 7. 
UcA. 3' S.Ji. BaLeA. appotn^tcd. dAJiecAjjA of .ochoo-L dAyi.tAA.cA. 5. 
tJxiaA 1883. 

fRan 25: lacob L. TAeed apao-avted dlAecAjoA of. /ichoot dZ^tAAcA. 4. 
'jxme. 15: d.L. naij-Cyi appotntcd dAyt-zatoA of -ichaot dAyit-l^ud 7. 
^Ujj. 15: Tlior.iayi 0. fl-LcAo L-ion cppo-inted d-lAeatoA of. ^icAoot dt^t-cAct 5. 
'JnLif 23: /5<ja 7. 7-G.an, ^Lipc-Uj-UoA of. -toad dUtlAct 2, ^ccje-iued of. t.liui.ts.e 
U.ianrje. B^taiun 1 pJjjw, 2 -aoMocxVi, / aiauA-a^, i .cLedne har^^e^t, 4 yit^ne 
hanneA^, 5 p-lcJcyi, 8 yihauetyi. 



Jl. 

ih^ t^uvitee. 7 pAxiw, 2 ^ cylap.&'t^ , 2 ■ile.dg.e^ , 8 yilroaeJ^ and I fUjzL, 

fLiirf,. 4; lahux L. Co'IsiwqJJ^j ■iiLneJur-LiO'^ o-^ -toad dA^-bvLcJi /, ^ece^a/ed plant 

ihe. -i^tLUj-tca 7 p.Louj, 2 ^olap-eAyi, i cAaurhart, I yitcdj^o. h,ajnneJi, 4 pZcJ:^, 

4 -atone. hjuruneA^ and lO -ihxn/e-Li. 

AiLg.. lO: Ha^tyU^an U-ma-i^t ap.p.o-in.t(id dLVitcta-t o-f -ccAoa-L diyii^U,c.t 3. 

fiwg.. 23: ^eo^t^e BcAn^-tA:. app-O-lnted dA^te.otO't o/. .^chao-L dA^Vi^uc^tV 

HiLg., 29: S,'J, Woada/id a^p.o ■inte.cL oX^ec-to-l. of, <ichoa-L dJ^tyiAjzA 8, 

Rau, 15: dau-id TolUxJl, -iapz-^u-Lio-t, -leceM/cd. f.o^ dyLoVU.cA, - I fd.oici, 2 

^Jc-tap-e-M, 8 --fioi/CyLi, 2 pZch<i, 7 cjiauha-t, I -ile.dg.e. and, 3 hxnmneAyi. 

ApA.. 16: T-tanoiyi Ho'tneA,, t-twotce., appo-lnted n.anxLeM a. 'D-xA^LeML dAjtzcJiO't 

Ojf. 'iChoO'L dAyitylAXA. 8, 

flpX. 19: ^ojTie^ B» iJe^incA aapo-uvtxid dViecJx>-t of. -dcJioot dZ-d-VvicA. 5. 
ft.pA,. 26: ?eJu>an6 ujIw liaire. qJjjej-i, I'ond and qxiaLLfAe-d a-i ■toad -nipe.'u/'iyia-t^ : 
l-SamieM r.cCLLntocJt; 2-2'icAa/id UfieeJ^eJi; 3~Sandjj. BaoLeJi; 4-1ohxt ReAjde.pfoyt . 
June 6: lolm ft. JoiUcA corner and- ^cjj^ tie, ^ pJv_i.i-Lcx:.-Ujj dA/iabLnd to tco-tlt 
the. pjjJjLic fvUiJuv'aif^ and -co not able. p-lnancJ-riLUj, to tuLle. cwj. one to L'o-dc 
■pj't kt/ri. 7 th&yte^-te. e-xe/npA. hAix .fo^o ttul/i i_i.eaA. — T. fia-tn-eA,, tAwc-tce.. 
I La dat& — pAobaMixi In 7870' -6. 

LL^t o/. -toad .6up&Ai7t^0''Ui: l-f.iancLi flcAneA; I ca^t-R-ichatd Coat^; 
2-'JtA.LLaja. Sw-^ith; 3-l>-eA^an Ra/je-t-t^ ; 4-/7:, S. di^LctM; S-Jo-chjia La-tlitn; 
S-Q.D, Bogle.; 7-'p:>hn flids^cyt. 
rio.tz: 

On tfie had:- o/. -iAe -oecon^ hooL a paa<t tyi ■^JjAed o/^ and /read&d "PooA. Book" 
The. onLip enfui on thAyj pario, t^i -foA flqjjA-LLa, Spe.aho, a patipjeyt op B'taum 
toujn-i/iAp., wtio ho-caiLG. a cha/Lq.e. of, the. aoujht/i on DecenbcA. 72, iScl. 

aote.-2. 



The. th^Le-e. pn-lA-6 o^ -th4.-6 haoL lccAc. coaxLecf /L-lcri. the, pL'u>t tujo o-tt-'jAncJ, 
tAjjyitce. boa 1:^6 a-f. B^oosn .toiu-mhlp tJion. tt-i foAma-tion tn t-t'-s pAe^enA 
yitatc tn the. ij.e.a-'L of '1853' tin OytAenpt hcui hceji nuide. to a-lAanae. -the. 
rnateAtot tn /iQ.q-u.ejvce.. S-lnce, uc'tip f.ex: ejxtyiAeyi a'le. made. -foA the. ij.c/j-iyi 
1875 tjvioaqh i884 tt becoaeyi cutdcnt t/iat tJie. thtAd t-tu^-tee haaL 'ihouJjl 
contaAn niicA no-le. tnfo.l.~iatton fan, thcyie. ij-eaA^, 



RLcA^, ;.r. ; 5. 

fHu-Li, W-LLLian. in. : 25. 
fVlnold, ILcLtAaJx: 13' 
" O'tanq-C : 2B . 

S.C.: 27. 
Badujc^t, 'f.d. : 5,7,i8,23. 
BoaA-cjj., U'LLLijun: 3. 
BakeA,, RjxL^Uah: 74,76,20. 
" CD.: 77,76,24. 
" 'Jj^fnQyi 'J-. : 7. 
" :Ze^^e .C. : '1^,20,21,23. 

" 'Jjohn. n. : 72. 

S.R.: 29,30. 
Ba^LTuj.^, fp.aha.ia 1. : 70. 

" SanaeM: 74, lb, l8. 

BoAjieJJi., ^eo^e; 37. 
" 'Jx^dl: 22,28. 

P-6<^ph: 19. 
" riloAAAn S. : 2,7. 

WOJAxm: 2_2,24,25. 
BaA^tlcA^, g.lJ. : 6. 
Baxtct, R^hA^dU: 70,75,77,25,26. 

" %.a.: 2. 

Bearj-Uij., Qe-o^tna: 1,3,19. 
tSQy-uuj., Joseph a. : 1 0,11, 13 , '/ 4 . 
b^itij-du, OirvLi: 28, 

" ^ahn £. ; 26,2£5'. 

BlacJcJjiUin,, liUAJAan r.: 2,3,5- 
B-Laoiu::^^l, 7.; iS. 
B-Umh, Ijotux C: l6, l8. 
BogXc, pco^e .y. ; 4,70,72,24,37. 
Bo Lc.r , n-b^icj-z S. : 19,20,21 , 22 , 23 , 25 . 
" Sandjj,: 23,30,31. 

" U.)".: 5,6. 

BoueA., Cdruuid 7.; /, 
bo iceJtyi , ■jnooir : i:!, i0,l8. 
B-z&iiJCyi , 7^ CM. c : 7,5. 
" ^oh/t: l8. 



" U-LLLian: 3. 
BJioohi, daa-leU.: 72. 

" Jo/ui: 7. 

iPiDum,, Co^UUn^: 1,2,3,1^,19,21,22,23,24,26,27, 
" CUoys g.. : 30. 
" Heiuuj,: 5,17,1^. 
" p^tuia: 17,24,29, 

" IRcuq.cpic: 27. 

" O^iaag.^: 9,11 ,I2,U , lb, l8 ,26, 2B ,29,30. 
" WUJMm.: 10,12,22,23, 
DUAn^, U-LLLLajn fl. : lb, i7, 
BiL-ih, I.e..: 15. 
CaAjQyiyi-Ca^Ji^Li : d.:5. 

" CU: I, 

e.^GJU.U L.: 2,3,7,15,25. 
" H.lil.: 6,7, 

" V^aac n. : 3, 

J-.n,: 5, 
" lanie^ HI.: 15, lb. 

lejLQfiUxih C. : 6,7,10,11,16,25,26,28. 
" ria^tt: 17. 

" SAsianT.: 7 ,l3,l4,l6,29. 

Ccuoe,, Wo/tea (?): 30. 
" Wa^lvlnqtorL: 2. 

Ca^p-eA., Lcu-U: 3,5,6,7,9,10,15. 
CanMlxL, Pc.ViaC: 13 , 1 6, 19, 20 ,21 ,23 ,24 ,26. 
CaxvLkAn/i, IJe^-Lct-/.: 2,'l8. 
ChoJub&yUaArL, fl.A.: 7. 
OLCLotoylrL, fiirLCJi: 10. 
OiAMd, O.L. : 16. 

" RoijxU- B. : 13. 

aUldcJU), Bo.r-tU.'tt: li. 
CMA^^^e^on, C.C. : l6. 
OwLi -t-uj an^ O^.a-'U.eyi : 13. 
OLaA-k., EJjicul: 1u. 

" P.a^tq.cvte.t IR. : 1 5,l6,l7 y19,20. 

" Su-ianj-i: 1. 

CLicJc, T^'Uific-Li: 6,i6. 
CLoLL^e., Je"ie^ 'Je^lcij,: l8 , i9 ,23 ,2-6. 



Co-l;ll&, Conn. : 9. 
Ca-LLicA., Psulfbrui 1.: lO. 
" CAa^JjSyi: 4. 

" SaJJjj.: 20,26,29. 

" S'te.phcn: 6, 1 , 

" [iJ'LLLian. : 4 . 

CoLUrvi, 7.L.: 26. 
CoriUJji, Her^eJUah: 7,10,15,16. 
Coot^, Hwqh: 29. 

" 2lchoXd: 3 I. 
Cjo^mureAM, OwJLU.i HI.: 19, 20, 2i, 24. 
" CD,: 22. 

H.7. : 23. 
" -Jjohn.: 4,5,7, /cV, 25, 26, 2^, 30, 3/. 

" aaroblnA.: 3,^ ,9 , '1 5,16,18 ,24. 

" l3U,LicwiT.: 6,22,24. 

Co.ttle, 'Jxyfin: 2. 
Oiac^uipt, ChaAJjo;U&: S,9,ll. 

" XeJjec^ca A, : 11. 

doAAjon, Sq-LiVie. L,: 3. 
danrLQ.t, 'J..B. : 9* 

" DiJJAxhit: 27. 
Do-U-oi, L.fil. : 6. 

" CejindGA. $. : 27. 
dauj^orL, Itiamrji^ Pi.: 2.0,2.5,28. 
denrU^, lu-LLLLcan: 5. 
dcj-uvi, ?,oJjZ''-U.: 2,3,5. 
dldca'lA, Jch.t: 3,4,5. 
d^taJie., ?e.to^^: 15. 
d'^Ll^LeAyi, Boone.: 22. 

" dan^UU. B. : 8, I?, 18,20,23. 

" IcpJJia: 23,25,26,28,30. 

" aoniieA. B.: 6,16,25,26,30,31. 

" Rartcip: 23. 

diutbHJi, S.2.: 20. 
Lduja-rd^ , Ldu^l^ fil. : 1 7,30. 
CtlAxitt, "Jjxneyi W. : 4. 

" l^UMioJz n. : 4,8,i0,l6,l7,2-l,22,Z8,30. 

Cnach, LlUcij.: 2,3,4,6,7. 
Ejjorui, Jcsic^ ft.: 17,27. 



'feA/].en^an, J^aOeJ^La: 4. 

ToiUch, Dca-la: 4,7^ ,25,26,27,28 ,3T . 

" g^o^ctJ.: 15,17,1^, 19, 20, 2j, 23, 24, 25. 
" John A.: 37. 

J-teed, JaaoJj: 4,6,14,15,30. 
" John ^.: 13,14,15,16. 
" Joseph.: 7. 

TiLLLeA, J. : 18, 

QcUMihaii, bJlUAMin: 4 ,13, i5, 1 6,19,22,24,25,26. 
gZ^Ad, Ldu-Z: 10,11. 
gocft, e.g.: 2,74. 
" J^hn: 7, 15, 18, 22, 23, 24, 2J^. 

" HlbUeJi: 29. 

" Thofna^: 1 ,2,3,5,7 ,8 ,10,17, l8. 
goLcUhif., JntiTL: 29. 
goate^ij., John: 77. 
QoAdon, Jai.ie^: 27. 

" Hlo-VU^an: 9,15,19,27. 
gaiUd, Lvian. B. : 1. 
" rioy-Ucn.: 4,5- 
" O.tancie. £, : 24,25. 
" ^aey. n. : 2. 
" IJ.X.: 24. 
gAoLTCyi, Orjia >1. : 5,6. 
g^&n., dair-ld: 3,7,10,12,30. 
" tlaAJianJju-L: 4,7. 

" T.L.: 21. 

" U-LLUa'n P.: 27. 

g^AMc^, Jacob: 2^'^. 
CAo-iyj, JxL'.ic^: 76. 
Haju, d.L.: 5. 

" dau-td: 3- 
H.Gr,ioAyi-L&iL, Dannui D. : 1,3- 
HaJnAAA,on, a. J,: 17. 
" Jo.^cipli: 29. 

" IJ.lUMm.: 6,15,18,29. 

HoTLcocL, L,J. : 20. 

g.s.: 22,23. 

" gca^c: /o. 

HcutcLin., John. J. : 27. 



H.aA4^ieJj±y ChculJjo tte. : 13, /-^t. 

" UaJMmt.l: '-',P,/5, /6. 

Hai/^, D.L.: 30. 

" Jjotui: 4,5,6,70,72,75,77. 

" £.5.; 20, 2/, 22, 24. 

" O^T^znr^e £.: 77,20,27,23,27. 

Heji^j- , CLl^ : 28 . 

H>iley,, S.B.: 19, 

hiLtcAcncL, IZtLzyi J., : 4. 

H.olAxLaip, B,'f,: 74. 

HoJJ^e^, O^aao: 27,22,26. 

HoL^ap-p-Le., ^eo-t^-e: 2. 

Ha^eA, TaotuU^: l,2,3,7fli,l3,T^,T5,T6,17,i8,19,20,3i. 

Ho^uiacLz^t j^kada: 73. 

" S-UTLorL D. ; 74,22. 

HuMJjoAd, Icvn^A 7.: 24,26. 
Hughes , UleAZda : 'lb,1 o , 
Hiinteyt, ulahjoAM. %, : 8,9. 

" lua^vj,: 4. 

•J^gyUna, lieiuup H, : 7,2,3,76,77. 
•j-exuxy lUa T. ; 7c^,2i', 30. 
C.S.: 10, 
" CcJ-irZ/i: 12, 

" gjiU: 2. 

g.n,: 7,2. 
" ].,!■].: 2, 11, V^, 26. 

2,^,: 10. 
" Thanayi : 1 , 

" IJciliAJi/j^jnn: 8,9. 
" b}aJLum : 7 6, 7 o , 24 , 25 , 26 , 26' . 
'J^ohruion, 'J-cnGy^: 18, 
Jancyi, "Jarieyj II.: 73,74. 

" 2obci^U: lb, 27. 

"Knox:, U,B, : 2/. 
70nUyiAjhg<^/L, niptcid.: 8 ,9, i3,l^ , '5. 

" Id-LLUc.'z H,: b, 7, 8 ,9,10,15,16,17 . 

Lo'I-Um., 'J-Oyituia: 17 ,3 i . 
" bJUAMm: 24. 



LawijjeA-j Ben.: 78. 

" %acoh: 2-1,23,25,29. 

" ^.icph: 2, i9. 

" U-LLLian.: l8, 

JOexich, /llfJieA: 18,29. 
" LduaAA: l8. 

?.: 72. 
Le.e, CLenarht: 2. 
" Johji fl. : / . 
Jlcgn., Johjx ?. : 76'. 
Lenan, Clan.je P.. : 13,17,20,30. 
Link, ChaA-Lcii: 30. 
?.//.: 9. 
" 'Jjolvx: 8. 

" Jxji'vt 7. : 7 6. 

" ?eAj2^: 1,5,14,15. 

£o(/e^ce, fleMion: 8,9,10. 
Jjijnn, ScmxieA.: 3. 
CilaJvo^m/uip, Ben^JMnAn: 2,15,19' 

" Oi'3<in: 2. 

fRaJjo.tt, H.C.: 3. 
[RcvUAJt, Jaae^i ?.: 4 ,13 ,18 ,21 . 
" T&A.eA %,: 11. 

" 2.C.: 74. 

" 7.S.: 18,19. 
" 7h.onay6 : 28 . 

" UV^on: 11. 

fCiaMt^x, PJJyp^Ji: 10, 1 1 ,i3 ,1^ ,1 5,-/7 ,18 ,20,23 ,29. 

" rUiAhan.l'U ?.: 7 ,2,3,4,5, VO, 72, 74, 75, V'o, 77,20, 22,24,26,27. 

?..?.: 25. 
" BUJJmiz C. : 72. 

IRaJJJxQiJ, 7^lank: 29,30. 

" Tgtis^ i4. ; 18,20,2-1 ,28. 

" 7h,ana^: 3. 

" Stephen: 4 . 

P.enaugh, J-.L.: 1. 
irJJXeyi , iliri cIajx : 2l ,22., 24,29. . 
" John.: 6,24. 

" 2-icJxcvid.: 30. 



[HILU, 2. : 26, 
[RorvejjhorL, dajj-id: 12, 

" ^ea^iae.: 7 7,27,2^. 

" H,: 7. 

" Jxine^: 3. 

" TuAivi: 22. 

[RanJjrpam.eA.ip, fPJJJxin,: 27. 

" fleMjtari A» : 70,72. 

UlcClayiLeip, phjt fP., : 17,20- 
lilcCUJU.eJX, A,fl,: 10,11. 
UlcCJjhta cL, 'pa ha: 77. 

" SaiuieX: jl - 

" liJ-LLLlcun: 77. 

llicJtem.in.a., Hugh.: 26,28, 
[RcPlh5,, I^-LUMutl: 23, 
[LeJAe^,eA., pohn.: 30,31. 
n.e.ijmajt, HUicun: 22. 
filde^eA,, 5^0/^rz.G.: 7o. 
(UcJxo-U, [RUA.an: 23. 
fUcAa-Ldon, u.T. : 5. 
^.n.: 15. 
" irte/L&t: 30. 

" S,C,: 5,6,9, 18,19,22,30. 

" SoruieA,: 8. 

" St^pKan: 3, 1 6, /7 ,20,27 ,28 ,29. 

" Thomas u. : 1,2,7,8,22. 

" Jlwrxa^ 0. ; 30. 

OueJu'ian, ft.. : 5. 
Owe/t, C.a. : 29. 
TaZtx, Ckc^i-Lcyi : 18. 
ThJ^p^, latin, ft.: 74. 

adZaiKup: 10 ,12, 2J2., 2^, 26, 28 ,29,30. 
PaUxftd, John: 13. 
" Roah: 7,7. 

" SU^: 2,72, /7. 

S-oJie-aa: 1,12,15,25. 
" U.ii.: 11,15,22,24, 

Po-ttcA., ]..B.: 5,7,8,9,16, 
J.H.: 16. 
" Pe-aAaixL.: 1 5,19, 2i ,2J ,24 ,27,28'. 
T'law, UVLlot^ian.: 2,3,9 , i4, 1 5,20,2.1 ,24 ,28 ,Z 



" S-Ua^ U : 6,7 0. 
2eA^teA., TtvLLLqi: l8,10. 

" Ste-uen: 15* 

RejjnalcL^, :Z^e^: 75,24. 

ZixJtaAcU, CohmMui H. : 7 ,2,4, Q, 72, 75, /7. 
ZLcAoytcUtarLf 'J-,R. : 20. 
" Jcfui: 18, 

2abeJvU , %,L,: 5. 

" Jacob: ll,l8, 

" "Jar.^yi C. : 3,4. 

" fleA^an.: 19,31. 

?.ob(>^Uon, He/vtip: 8,9,30. 
" Ul.n.: 7. 

" acuUJrcuc: 6,27,28. 

na^drvbawTL, Q<z.anjq,ci k. : 4,5,0,72,73,75,22,23,24,25,26,27. 
" H.eJouy. 22,25. 

" WUJMi'n H.: 8 ,9,1 1 , i3,U, 1 9,20,2/ ,22,23 ,26. 

JiaddeA., CtLa^tAji^: 3. 
2uy0^cJX, Ceo^t^.e; 27,27,25,30. 
" 'Jahri: 74. 

" Lexc-Ui: l8. 

" WUJJmti: 22,25,27,20,20,30. 

SaiJ-teJJ., D'ta: l8, 19,28. 
" Sa-tanorL: 2l . 

" l^phafiich: 1 9, 21. 

Saiyl-Gyi , fd.L. : 23 . 

" S-teahan d. : 9,12,?-2. 

Scott, JyiOMc: 1. 
Shadji, Hojvnjx: 2. 
Slianhi, J-.L.: li. 
Stve.pheJid, Jgj?,^^ 71,: 19,22,24. 
ShoiUJ^, ■John 'J.: 29. 

" ^JZlLlan. : 11. 

^ hyi^ie.."^ y L<tL'-Li : 76'. 
Sh^tof^ieyt, L&1L--U P,.: 25,26,28. 
SnUh, PXexcnde.1, 1 9,22,24,26,28. 
" Hcr^ti^ P..: 20. 

Jvkn.: 4,2/. 
" li-LLLlcn : 3l . 



^ne.e.d, 5aaue-L: 3- 
itncducytMAA , J,: 7/. 
SpxmqJbsJi, li.fi..: 10,26. 
B.f,: 30. 
" BeJvjjjpMt: 5,3,9,T8. 

5p.e.ak^f flqjiAJJxL: 31' 

UXcft b.: 22,1^,15,27. 
S-tacj^, U-'Ltqht: 6. 
S^taritejj,, LLLM: 27. 
StaAhi>, 2. : 7. 
Ste-pheriyi, Jlvona/i ft..: 2. 

" Itwaoyi J. : 74. 

Stejujo^id, ?,. : /i'. 
SteiiJaAA-, Vaa-ld P. : 2. 
SVicuttan, LcMJ-lyi: 28, 

SonacM IJ. : l4, 75, 76, 7cV, 22,24. 
Seih.: 8,9. 
Ja^Unq-a/i-, /I. ^^. : 18, 
JaijJjo^, "lanoyc Pi.: 7b, /7,2j. 

" 'Jo-^^nA: 30. 

TexiqjjAxidn , BcKi-LL: 3 • 
Teague., IJ'LUJxi.n B. : 7,2. 
TtiackeA., EUiruic^: 22. 
Jtvaniayi; 'lar-&^ H. : 6. 

" Jarie^ S.: 11. 

Jtwr^pyian, fL.y., : 7. 

7l&.tcho.t; 19. 
" Ha^-tveuj.: 25. 

J.5. ; 2. 
J.7. ; 19. 
J:.d.: 3,6. 
UeJJ^ri, 'Jotin: 73. 

Uoi^Ix^, 'JatuiC: ^,7 ,8 ,9 ,10 , i2,l3 , i^ , 1 5. 
IveAjh, 7.5. ; 4. 
liJedtjeMyaod, '].. : 6. 
iJe<) ae-t , B erv^iAJX : I . 

" Bcji^j^a^Jt P.. : 20,27,25,27. 

" D^^tacl: 7, 17, 1 0,29. 

;.«.: 23. 
" '^^cne^: 1 S, l7 , 18 ,20,22,29,3 I . 

W-iLUav.: 7. 



Wcyit^aAM, S-Lne-aa: 5. 
Wtie.eJ^x, B.J.: 29. 

T.lchaAd: 5,7,P,72,/6',2/,3'/. 
UUxiox, fllony) S. : 12,73 , l4,2i ,25,26,2^ ,29. 
U-ll^ong., l-lejvuj, W, : 2. 

" lohfi: 5,29. 

WUJUn^, -^.T.C: 24,2^. 
WAJULicmyi, ^e-o^lqc: 7 6. 

" 7a/nc-<3,' 74,26, 

UU^oa, SajnixeM: 8,l0. 
7,1.: 4,6,7. 
" Th-oncui 7. : 4. 

Id-inxLLe., PMjq/U,: 5. 
UAjxgJjzA-, hoAAAyion: 3'l > 
" Ljdla C. ; 24. 

iw-iytc^, Otounc^: 17. 
U.P.: 30. 
" BUJMm. 11. : 7 7,2/,22,2P. 
Wood, Hcjvup C. : 20. 

" 2.C.: 3. 
iJo o dLca-ld. , SUijui i\ : 1^,23,27,30,31. 












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72 


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73 


SpcnrUxiA, lahn. 


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68 


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tue.iiie.-t, Be-'it 

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Ula^jGn. CciinMi 
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Capyied pLon an old -book, danced 4ja -tAs Ijo^hMia^a Counti;, riiyito^llcxi-L 
SocA^-tj. -in 1970 I'LL /.'./I. and. z",^. da-Le Cofn.fLbe.JA. at Ccb'zpJjeXLdbiL'iq., jnd. 
The o'Uji^cuL oum^ ofL th& book wa^i Jam^ ^'1, Luaivc a^ Canp.belA^bLUia ij:-^x> 
woxi a school. ■teacJiC't and a-Lca euZdzntAji u:a-tte.d a-t ■tke. pa-c-t o/.^-tce ■'Ihe'te., 

Conte.nt4 : 

Schoa-L &n'Jjnc^ui/A.on/i o/. Canabe-LLcba-tg. ^o^.. 1.^79, 18S0 o-r. I88l ,caA.c/i 1883. 

Pioriie^ o-j^ puDAUyi -In d-L^-t^^lc^t 10-n.o date.-p'tabcibbij. 187U. 

flaae.4 o/ papbl/i -in db^ViA-cA. 7 lo'l 1872,1873 and, 187^, 

Raines o/. po^t of^'U^e box ^ren^'M a^t Cantpbe-LUibaA/j. 1678-1885* 



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h, Chayitaln. 


77 


Jane. S-t<zfikerui 


h-R 77 


Jacob CfAAj?.^.^ 


m 77 


Ba-LLi L'-LLLlcn^ 


7fi 77 


Ha-tt^e. 2o dTian 


11,1 77 


g..Ll. LocUia-U, 


77 


L. S-taruiba-t't 


XTl 


fll-UAyi& Pc^A-CUJ 


111 77 


0,C.. llaLL 


77 


D. D^^&ndo^l 


hTi 


Dae ItianiDyion. 


m 27 


UJ^^a Uz 


2.Ti 77 


C,C^. /'iab-Lnyian 


3^1 27 


% S-tyia-U/m 


27 


C. P^ir 


If.l 17 


1.7. C. 'jUJUrvi 


2/n 27 


Lexj-bi Shanhi 


37 


% AAjin. 


2:; 77 


Ben^^nAsL Euan/i 


ni 


S.C. n^oU 


77 


fl, 1, rUuirUji 


5/ 


li'-lLLlcn. Q-Lo^on 


4u 37 


g.iJ. SruMi 


2;: 77 


Hi, Dau-i^ 


2j:1 37 


J.C, BUj>eij 


lul 47 


J.iJ. Hcuiti 


IZ. 


i)-t. <^iUjia 


1,11 


iu. Qa-^doa 


2ir, 77 


Joyih. B^jobj-n. 


7,:: 27 


John uj.}.Q.n^ 


XT. 


S-Oneon /o-LLa-td 


77 


S,B, HU^.i 


2iil 77 


P^mp B'toojn 


2:; 


PiC-Lion. CLLf^-ton 


27. 27 


flatftan n^^cld 


77 


7ab-itha L'yCUion 


la 27 


;Zo^^e H&dy-Uck 


ir 


CeL^^tu^ Co-LllcA. 


h. 


Ilcn^j. FicuC'Le. 


77 


J,% PatA^ 


77 



dxiA-z. — pJiabablu. c^Ltca 1883) 



Undated- CO ntAjided: 



CoAm-I/i BA^bf.p.Lj 


2U. 27 


Rnanda A'tnald 


3ri 


He/I'll J. CAa^-talfi 


2:7 27 


R.W. riOAJUn 


m 


(^.eO'tg.e. lotmyion 


i.n 


n.J.. D^U^caU. 


m 27 


n.iJ. Botj^dzn 


17 


Lexr-L jahruian. 


m 


Ldua^id H.ap.p.e.^ 


Am 


£./?, ulcJic^Xxp 


77 


Ul^. €.. Stan.Jj5.ij, 


27 


R. S-txii/e.^ 


4u 77 


^ Bchtfunan 


3^i 27 (cAo^-ced out) 



( Undated- (10 ^^itblij, the. pufitU at SaLUUx} /o^ the 72 week school cx3rui.en<Un.a 
on Rfi^UA 6, 1874 H 1,1/1. Luan^) 

CLo/La BadacA 

Lt^^JjL Uano-Lido-LL 

filoLLle. dau-'U> 

LLj^jJje ?fvLp.p/i 

SaLLijs. Baxte-t 

UiO-LLLe B/Lav.an 

Sadxm. PI'U.p.p^ 

Z,ua dairt^ 

7ann-le. rittt&A. 

Llypie fil-LLLe/L 

Do'ac^ C-Ujicu 

DetA,e Bttn.zu 

Aticc UJA-ott 

(djaAij, Saujte-LL 

Co 'la Jltc^ha^uLi 

LAj^^Jjs. S/iAtl 

Le.e UeJ-Jjon. 

LeAaij. riatth&uj 

Zalca/iMihL Sau'-tett 

Bishop. Qciitd 

UtLLLi tiolte/i 

7 lianas Btei/tn^ 

'J.okn Stetren^ 

Bo'ina ^.oa-ld 

fiAanthxKi ihottheu 

Oia/U.ei;. Sai.'tc-LL 

Jame^ Baxte-t (c^W-i^zd oat) 

Lcmiet Ue-LLom. 

Zeke B-Lb'-cu 

[ilc. Ttitp-o/i 

Lddip 'heet^A. 

tJAJAAyi fl. HoLLe-A 

Rabte dau-Li 

Sam. Baxte/L 

lla/iL'&ij, Phtnpyi 

C'lva '<-icJ\an^dyi 

Bu/iAn^ Bcx-teA (c/ia^^ed out) 

C^ia !J-Uieyi 

Cola B. P.tdia^d^ 



TunJJ^ -tauqA^ -01 dly^V'A.cJ:. 7 carurLencAna flot'. 4, 1-72 : 



IdLLLLam. L'e.Jji/-aQ.& 15 
Rthj^MJ H.ai}yi-aq.e. l6 
fleM.-torL lnathe.uj-aae. 14^ 
O.L. '.;e.ijb-aqe 73 
QAjonir-UU-e. Haip^-ar^e. 11 
liloAjjin Haijyi>-aq.e. 11 
(^Xanu-LLLe. Balie.n.-aq.e. 7 
RUba^Lt BaLe.-t-age 5 
W.W. Bake't.-ag.e.' 9 

She.-'unan. iuaiAeM:-ag.e 6 
^eo/ti^e HoLfyi-ac].^ 72 

LLL}.ah. Hat/yi-ag-d. 8 
Cka^AJje. tLat;^-aq.e. 9 
Ttwnvyi Hcuj^-ag.e. 8 
liLaij^^e.-Ld lJtjyie^-ag.e. 7 
JhaiTLCb^ b^'ilA-eyi-aqe. 9 
dauAjd Ca^e-ag.e 15 
LJo^hJjig.Aj3a H.ag.a-age. 12 



Do'ta ?a^!AeA.-age. 13 
LLLen Haip^-age. 13 
2oyia PiC-theu-are 12 
Cha/iyia -tte. BaLe.-'X-age. 11 
Ida H-ile^-ane. 11 
Ej/a UaJJ^'t-age 9 
'Jjsjxn.-ije. 'jJalke^t-age. 14 
fHa'tij. Ha'j^-age. 7 
SaAJoh hi, Ca^mue.'LL-age. 72 
2o4e. Co^uxiL-d-LL-ago. 9 
EJJ^a Co'inLL-e-LL-age 1G 
iRaAAAa H.ci/^-age. 15 
CacLLe. S-tju/crui-age. - 



TuiuAyi tauahJi -in. dJ^VticA. 7 co'^JizncJsLQ, flou, 3; 76*73' 



^eo-^-^e L, To'tteJi-aac 18 
P.ej.aton IRatkcLJ-am 15 
Jlxj'^L.erLC.Q. HlLQy6-age. 74 
flla'j.fAe.td 'jJ-iA-e^-age, 8 
TfwrrLcui ijJAJLeyi-ag.e. 10 
Ton^ie. Ha.iui-age 8 
CtiaAAJje. iicuU'-ag.e. 11 
<^Aanij-LLLe. BaLe.^-age. 8 
LdeAj'dte.'l BaLe.A.-age 10 
LLLjjcih, Hau^~an.c 9 
Shxifunan. iT^aA-heMy-ag-e. 7 
fleMjton LiAA-O'tt-age. 1S 
QAjxnU'UJ^ Hatjyii-aae. 7 2 
lue-ivLLs. liaiyi-age. 13 
iCa^hUng.tJon. Hag.a-age 13 
EJjTLe.^ fi-U^^-age. 7 
Jeo/tccG, £. He.JJjLj.-age. 9 
^hjvie. ~X.eLOj,-age. 8 
A-Lbe'lt SakH't-ag-O. 6 
[.■J-LLLLcwi C'cl'b-cge. lS 
RthJ^uA Kaip^-ags. 17 
Oajj-LLLp. '.Je-bh-ag.e. 74 
dat/'id Ca-cjs-Gae 16 
'John-lii 'XrvlgJiA-age 9 
2ohn £oue.-Lc.c^-agc. 6 
Jjohn^d i7iailie.uj-ag& 6 
/Ti-ax:^ iiLtcAcock-age, - 



2oj.eAJji r.cUheu-agz 13 
do^ia To'iA^-'t-ag-e. 74 
Cha-tloiA^ BaLk^t-age. 72 
Sa^uih, Co^tnu:e^LL~agz 13 
Oda H^U^j-ag& 72 
^o^e Co-'Ln.::e.JJ,~age. 11 
Sa'tch LocJ-Jia'Vt-age. 16 
Rache-L LockAa^ut-a-re. 10 
Lulu LtLlo^^-agz 10 
Xa^e. Xe-LLij--ag^e. - 
La,^kajz LacJchji'l^-age. 8 
A-LLce. Pjz'gyi-ane. o 
{Ra'Zy. Xn-Lg-'vL-age - 



PapAj^ taagM. In d<.6VUct 7 cx)runenalnc^ Clou. 2, 187<_: 

g,L, Po.'L.tG./L-a(}e. 19 
7-Laytence. HJJjs.<i-aq.e. 15 

Daaj.'La^ Ka^iA-a/je. 13 . 

Lionel;, (?) Ha-Ladaij,-aae. 74 
Qaxui H.aij^-ag.e. 13 
[ReAu-in H.ai;^-ag.e 13 
'JahnAje. Xn-Lgfut-ag-e. 1 1 

Stie-AJiian. Ca-tthebj-aqe. 8 
ChaAUJje. fiaij-^-ag-e 8 
Tonuni. ftaij^-ag.e. 7 
Tanu.U. 'JVie^-aae. 11 
Piatj^Jjzld jJ-otQyi-aae 9 
Ujh^-A. rlLlxiyi-aq-e. 8 
J^uiriL fUA-c^-age. 6 
'Jjjhn.Ajz r.a-tth&uj-cge. 6 
"JahjiZe. Lo'jd'Lac.e.-aae. 7 
Read LLUo-Lt-aq<i 7 
Ho'jja^d Ta'pJ-O'l-ao.e - 
RihAALdd hiajj^-ag.e. - 
fleMy-ton ulatkheuj-cu^e. - 
HaAvzij. P-hzJicbidyCi-aqd - 
Roj^iAxi r:a-ttAzii:-ag.e. 74 
jcla fUJjz^-aq.&. 13 
Soytah Co1n.'jje.LL-a(}e. 74 
fiiAxjR. ula-U:lt^'']-aqQ. 5 
hnsnAJida 7ai;Jjo^-aijQ. 7 
Pa^eMLa Kaij^-age. 6 
RacJie.-L LocJchanA.-aq.e. 10 
.CL^pie. Lachhxi'tt-aae 9 
A-Lloe. Haij^-age. 7 
R&Oe.cca Ca^e-ane. - 
DjbLLe. Haaa-age - 
doAxL To0^eA,-agz. 7d 
^iJsXAA-Q. dau-i^-age. - 
ria^ia Badac-t-o/ie - 
Rhias. UJmx) -tt-ag-d - 



Rate : 



School 7 h'c/i -Loocicd -fxutt ^au-Vi oZ Sa-LtUJjo an the. no-^-th. 'xz^i. co^Jie.^ o/ 
-t/ic 'inte^l^i critic n c-^ oiA. -dtaA-c ^load 60 and "SuJ^^ Lan&" , 

Sdxoo-L 10 wa-i Jxicn^ed cU. -the. no'Lth e.dge. at SaVtLLLa iiiyi-t ca^it o^, and 
acAx>-i<i -t'la -i-tt&eA. Jjion, -the. Ch-tA^tZan cAa^tcA. 



R LL^t of. thje. box pr'-Viarvi a-t -t'le CanpMcUMiiruAjj. p.o^t o^Jx^ ptoni 'lu.Up 7, 7575 
■ttuixjiinh floir. 12, 13S5, T/ie date qAjJzn. -co the da-t^ box ^uirvt uj'j^ fioAA, In. 
the. o^iAjjJjiat -ieco-td t/ie. box ntinbe't, ananrU. p.cuA, and e-xcUAut^n datei ofL -tesut 
atd OuLiO q-AjJca. Cne. could then 'te.nt a box fxil th/iee noath/t pol, fAue cjent>i, 
£(/. the natLLte of. thA^ -teco'ld ^ei/e^at ncmeo oA^ A,ep.eateA cui thjei}. 'Xeneued. 

Iwbi. 7, 1878-jMne^ HubbaAd aUo on 'Jxilij, 7, 7575 

S<Jjcb4 PottoAd n,?. liiatheA. 

2,!J, lua'ttMi [iiAyi, benprnAn 

'Jjohn HdpeAyi TeteA. Link 

HcuLL & ^chtti John StAnttan 

g,S, HancxjoL '^fl 'Ktnq. 

2,li)» BotjxLen A, OvcAnan 
Janeyi: Cuan^ 
iuAyS. Rnu^ B^tOion 

Jacob (^AAjne.4 (lined oat) 

Jo-^eph L, Shanks 
JujMj. 9, 7575- ^ae^ £. PIAA, 
2wLp 77 " T.(?) C. PaUa^td 
Sepk. 77 " Jalpi Ha^fjnan 
Sept. 30 " ']Mfn.e-6 §. ulaip 
OcA. 19 " /J.«. Cottle^ 
OcA,, 28 " H,7C. gu.dc 
Roi/. 23 " A.J, 'XeyineJL 
Jan. 7, I8l9-irju>, L.J. Benixnln 

13 Hennjij P^obeAA^on 
73 P.k.' P^Ujzje 

11 P.d. dlefjendo^ 

18 J.T.C. WlUouvi 

18 Jjohn Plxiha-tdyion 

25 J.9. Claij. 

27 C. Pyiovj 

27 J.L. Pathe^^d 

28 Zac CoUJje^ 
Teb. 1 J.S. Denny, 

18 P.C. CauMle. 

19 John Bl^Upew 
27 Zac CallXe^t 

(r.a^tch f> H. gU-dL 

ApAAA. 1 J.U. Saedley. 

4 J.iJ. d^iA^call 

4 John ChamMe-^^ialn 

7 CneA^on g^een 

15 S.C. n^nold 

30 P.d. DtefendoA,^ 

June 4 J.L. Shanhc 

J.L. r^ofleeUp 
H. CnnkAAn 
5 RenAJi l5ood 

T.C. PoUaAd 
S Jacob Q'tljrLCyi 

14 S. PoUui^ 
16 L. Stxm-cibuAjj, 
30 a. ALe^ 

Jab>. IS P.D. DetfendoAf, 

Scrit. 3 L.B. Tleld^ 

77 C. ScpncjiUeU 

29 ii.C. Chaancn 

OcA.. 6 C giAjcL 

S HciAJje Pad.n.an (AelAnq.uA^hed box) 



Oct. :>2, 


lS79-nim^tJj. Lone. 


15 


?..?. Liathd^.. 


27 


A.C. S-UJJ. 


fhu, 3 


£jTLP.A^on (^teen 


77 


y.;.C. B-LcJc (?) 


29 


'John ChanbizAMi-La 


i)ec. 3 


John. £, B^Mj^eu 


8 


U.H. Co-LUe^t 


19 


Jakn 'J. Hoyih, 


15 


DaeJ^tj, (?) B'ro4>. 


24 


lohn. BaAmAA. 


Tan., 72, 


T880H,L. B^cLikaiJ 


26 


;.^'. Sfp.ecLLei^ 




7.C. ToUMA^d 


37 


C,L» Sta/U-zij. 


7e^. 2 


B,7. iTiane.cb'L 


3 


C. P'-tObJ 


fio^. 72 


Jjo'in Ku^fjnan. 


73 


HenA-t;. ^J^lcL 


73 


y. Ccjua^^ 


26 


7. Ba^inz-tt 


/tA^-^ 7 


"J^i-ta^t '.'e^ae^ 


5 


/?.£. B'lxidyitLcuJ 


P 


Jtionoyi LockhaAA. 


74 


b'j.L, naU^man 


76 


L.G. }o-LiaAd 


17 


7.C. ToUnAd 


fRajj. 7 7 


Ba-LUi 'JAjJMi'nyi 


24 


']xshn OicbTtMeAJxila 


:?une 3 


S,B, rlLU^ 


23 


lack CoVU&A 


:i«^A 9 


d^, B'^jj.d^fiauJ 


2J2 


John OianbeAla-in. 




f.iuApMt- & iruAphq, 


26 


1,]i, Bc^tne-tA 


30 


%.L, ludlzzJji, 


Aiiq.. 2 


ZacL CoLUj^a. 


3 


L.B. TlxtULi 


7P 


k'm H. BatA 


Sep^. 3 


r,D, d-i2.-^&ndaA^ 




HaU .i 2a-tti 




'jjohn ria-^h. 




).,£, Si'ianbd 


4 


Jaco-b C^iAMe^ 




£.0. PoLLa^td 




RmxL B'tOLca 




SUA. CoLLUa 




'JjAjJc-iiu> i- Son^ 




'].,'!■. Sr.ie.dLe.i4. 




c. ?^ 


6 


T.Ji. Baiidcn 




%U. S-tafip. 


7 


P.!^, Uc^Uah 




R,Cc l.la^vUn 


5 


Samue-L rtAAje-d 




J, P.. Lunn^ 


5 


S.-S. UancocL 


27 


ricn-t.'L ko-'j^lAyjon. 


23 


S.C.' R'-uxold 


27 


5.C. Sipfdel 


25 


L. C.t^za 


27 


Leuk. Johnson 



Oci. 7, 1880-: 


Jaco-b Q^iAJJie.4 


15 


D/t. B-tacLihxuj 


IS 


P.C, Caabi^ 


23 


£., Sap.p.en.fA£.Jjl 


riou, 4 


LJ.H, Column. 


9^ 


fJlA^, £. Stanl&ij. 


Dec 18 


a.?, [fioAhe^ 


20 


7. J?. BaAne.'U 


30 


^hn Chajzbe.AMiAjx 


Pi 7,1881 


U,H, BaU. 


11 


iTi^t^, e.,%, Ben^-cnt-in 


12 


d^ B-tacUhoMJ 


29 


U.H, XViL 


7eJj. 3 


R, % iLe^nc^t 


8 


Doc SnedlQij. 


12 


LKS. Sn<jAeA. 


IRa-t. 9 


HenAj/. Rahe^vtydon 




Otanqe. B-'Xown 


25 


%.U, Stap.a 


26 


'J-UJJjin. R, Xc-LiO 


RpA^U. 5 


'jjoha CAaribe'iJja-in 


1'^ 


d-t» B'^JX(Li^iaijJ 


fia// 7 


J, I'&yine't 


9 


%,S, DzruiLL 


18 


Leu-L Johruioa 


20 


bJ.fi. go^tdon 




li^cnjrus. Ha^i.an 


"June. H 


J-one^ (J, 5-tGQp 


29 


(,t^. UMia (?) Le-e. 


"M^i 11 


A»E.. B-nxLcUliaw 


13 


1.2, BalmU. 


U 


lohn lai^eAyi 


23 


a.l, d'XUke-LL 


Rag., 24 


Iv.H, ^O'tdan 


5ep^ 7 


BqUa uAJJUn-n^ 


72 


John OicmJjdAJjOAji 


17 


C,C, Ha^tpe^ 


26 


J,U, Stapfi 


28 


QhaAJJjz. riaULoXe. 


Cot. 27 


S.B. n-Ue^i 




2.lo, Bandsji 


25 


HcvbL £• P.ctt^ 


26 


CO. Po-Uoytd 


27 


I.L. BUi,L&u 


28 


Z. Co-LUat 




P.C. Caablz 


Rau, 3 


J-.7.C. DUkAJVA i, 5c 


5 


C. P.xaw 




/./?, Ej7an-c 


76 


I.P. Bc'ifiatt 


24 


/.D. D-Ls.-tend.G'tf. 


/)cc. 74 


'la'ne.4 Habbayld 


77 


P.lu. ua^lAAn 


27 


Jo tin. SniAAh. 


28 


;.//. Stafip. 


31! 


to.n. xvih 


:u!fi, 37, 7'f,^2 


C. Plai; 


7eb. 20 


!- . £, P'^lOU 


28 


l.U. S-tapn 


Lia-U 6 


/ohji Chjjnibc^UjiAJi 


7 


i^.h. Co.lup_^ 


7c? 


£.C. PoUald 


27 


n.r. uathe-'l 



Rp^ 10,1382 


/7;-6<3<3 rilAA. 




lahn. Cfujn.bz'Uxi^ 


Puatj. 13 


A^!e^'^y. '^ood. 


22 


I.H. Bo'tm-U. 


>ine 27 


;.^. S-toftQ 


ocA. n 


Zadt ColJJjS-A, 


74 


G. B^laujn. 


flou, 15 


R.P. uath-eA, 


17 


John ChajiMeAJxLln 


20 


CaluAjx 3lJjj.ew 


Deo. 20 


'Jxihn ChamJjz^Lia'in. 


25 


C. ?^u)w 




'John SrUAA 


Ian. 5,1883 


John Cfia'nl-&-th2AM. 


7eJj. 72 


Q.ii', LocJJta'iA, 


[RaA.. 23 


J.R, BainziA. 


Ap/UJ, 18 


Bo/i-LL £, riaiiyi 


20 


John CzamJje.'l^-in 


28 


b\H. BatA. 


fuaij. 23 


T.£. t'lou 


Junz 19 


D.g. HaU, 




S.n. H-Ul 




P,d, dZelendO'i^ 




J. HiLbbanA 




J.L. ShxmU 


12 


C,S, SapnznfJj&ld 


28 


R.U, La'Z-tln 


TuJjj^ 3 


Ja/i, ToU^AjI 


5 


J,L. BU:,'.^' 


19 


Hen-iA, g^ick 


31 


D-t, Th-onp^on 


fla(i. 2 


J,K, Bo^mc-tA. 


3 


John UiamM&AJj:Un 


6 


O.L, HoLfjuan 


20 


Jo/ikua dau-iyi 


ScpJi. 22 


C.7. llaarU 


Oct. 7 


John OianJje/U.aAJ'i 


10 


i^,h. Ca-LLU't 


29 


Ba^Liyi t' ■LLL'icL'rui 


rioa. 23 


ZacJc CoLLb?.A, 


26 


C^umre. ii^maixi 


de.c. 7'^ 


J,R/ Bo^ctt 


19 


U,H, Ba-tt 


29 


CcU. BVjpejJ 


Sep.t. 1 


O.L. PUdiO'idyi 


lofi. 5, 1884 


g.L. LocJ-Jia'ut 


18 


0. L, 7:lchan.<i<, 


27 


J.U. Staap 


TcJj. 5 


l£-LLLLi Duncan 


26 


J.E., B<Jjj.(ihj 


fiLa/L. 4 


John OtasnUeA^ljiAji 


18 


t^,H, CoVUe.^ 


27 


uLz c-U (?) LcJ^.^eJj, 


/IpAM. 9 


John Chcjnl-e^-Ualn 


Laiy 23 


J^U. Stapp. 


Inn?. 20 


ii'.Ayi , Uao (lua ■id 


;u^/ 7 


Uesiyiip iJood 




P.D, Lle-jLundo^f. 




P.P. lilaVieA. 




d,g, Ha-U 



'IwUj, 2,188^ 






10 


%, LocJcticvrA, (liox de^JMe^ted 


up) 


24 


^hn CAamMe'll/i'Ln 




28 


lohn ?., Ba^in.e..U. 




Aixq.. 14 


J., (J, Stofifi 




SeM, 2 


U.H. Ba-U 




6 


Hejiyui giAxJc 




20 


fTot. Roat (?) 




flou. 77 


u:^, CoVJj^JL 




20 


'Jjohsi Oi-arJjzAJjOAJX 




Dec, 3 


l,U, Sta.aa 




8 


Ba-Lly6 '<.' ^LLLlcfvi 




26 


J.R. Ba-imtt 




Jan. 29, 1885 


]x:hn SrvUh 




TeJj, 5 


J.U. Str-fifi 




luaA, 4 


% UubbaAd Cc Son 




7 






11 


C. pAxiuj 




18 


doc Tfionp^an 




23 


0, B'tou-n 




25 


hi, Ro-be'l^orL 




30 


O^'iecLl. ii^e^neA. 




flpAU, 1 


7.13, 7iiL^aA. 




e 


1.U. S^afip 




7 


%.L. KVLih&^fid 




luotj. 26 


;.//. 5^.,a,- 




IlLflP. 4 


CeJ^^tLL^ CoU^Ujl 




6 


Jjohn GxcrJjs.'fUji'ln. 




'J.uJjj. 28 


J.L, 7<atk&/tla.td 




Sep^. 1 


■iJ.H, BatA. 




3 


^.U. Staafi 




11 


J^?., BaAfiett 




19 


^hn Oxcuzbd-tlaln 




OcA., 1 


ni Slx'.Undo .tl 




RoLr, 12 


Celeyi-ta^ Ca-LUjz-t 





'I'-r.-'-i a"- "".-^icj.^ h-j.U'J..n.c po Lie-' ''^i : i':h '[^"i-l^ i^'id 7".r. •> C^ ■■^'j./tcnce Ca-z-r/i'i end 
ihe caaiiai af. C^^a^uje. Z, lladA.ick a-t CcrtD-bz-LUiba.^n, an. uocej-il-zA. 20, 193o: 

n-t^An^, 'loi'in end J da. 
f.LLcn., LatLUi 

Co.tltcc/tJi, Zcn-iji-L 
CJ-u'JjdeJU) , iiea-vi. 
a-uiid, Jdc 3. ' 
Co.-u-uje-LLf ;'..G-i-'_', c. 

^■oaJjd, ,..a■^ac'^a■t 

^■Mj^yiiaa, '.j-UU.ic.a, decacyied, e^-tcte 

HcAAAyi , na-ttls. 

Tiriicyi, Cc-LLc. 

lUle^, llUMbz V^,z.-L :r.d dl-LLLicn S- 



.'yJ^-Lpjorij lic^.n. L. 
.Ci:^!^,' -•'•■-•-cr.cc^ 

i.cflaii,, 3-'-Jic(i 

3a'jl'4JUi , 3a'ta 

y.'.iyi-6c-LL, J -'J^'-yian. /:'. , dicccyiid., d'C-t-.tz 

S-tlc^.-ttan, '^ijC'hp. 

Sr^nr!u^, c^Q^ne ,::. s,t. 

Sr-A.th,, 3-Lr-ncJ-i 
7/tue, i.-ini-a 

J.-ji^-tce o-l Z'.3C7 lia-LL 

.jc-IUyif 'J.e^-cc 7. , 7-t^M-tce o;2 B^loi:a 7 up.. ^lO't ■ccJvao.L/i -Li d^U) -bV'' ctyi 



Co -.led 3a 't IJCiS ZllUi 7-77 

ccc. 



Cay6k.e.-t Ciyj-t 

7 ■ten 
RccjowU. Book 

SViaAJjon. Qiothe.'ui 
Cantab <2,iMibiiJvq.^ Bnjowa Tuxp.. 
lHa^hMiej-'ton Coun-tii, Ind, 
1906-1910 



Im.po^. tant Rote: •' deno-t.eyj dea/Ji wa not h.zcjon.dc.d- tn iJo/ihUnatan Countij.. 

SofiLC Lje-te po<)-6tUJjj, /iccxi -"uded -in C^ccng.e., Laic^tence. oA. 
Jock^ion courvtle^, jt t^ ^e-Lt bu- the. cofU.c-t -tAcA. nio^t 
Lce-tc decJ'hyi -in and astound -the tovm o/ CanpMeyLLs-huAJ^ 
thcvt we-te not .tecx)^^dG.d antjicke^^e el/iz. 



rlhitA-acyted ptori a-i^lgtnat c.ccx^an-t hooL to'l luc-ihAnnJion Coujvb/. H-iAto^ttoat Soc^etij, 
and Q.eneotoaij, L'tut/iton, Indtana State. L'Uj^wAj.p on n.aLTcr:ibe^ 26, 1971 inj. 
C.E.. CooL, 8ll SfiAxiqae ^:oad, Z ndtanaao t-Li , Znd. 46217 



kL Ch.a^taln u:aA ande-xtake/l ^on. ttte Stylattan. B^^tfieA^, bjhAAje 
lUJie" wcb6 .^U'ln-Utlied bii U.p. Hotada'j-. 



BalL, Cl^, Ian. l8, 1909 (k'c^leij. BUj^e.a acxusant) 

(A-biecUa k. BaLL cUed b^un Ticp.. jxm. 17, 1909, ^e.cj3^de.d SattLLLo) 

*Bake-t, J^cd (Rcxjsurvt) aduLt cxK^keA, p.axcha/i^d i.a-xdx 11 , 1908 

B<Aj.j,eu, Cj-ehle-L 'ohM^d'^ casket 7zb. 26, 1907 

*cA<J.d'^ CMyike.t :..atp 13, 1908 

Bnjown^ nUie.'U, (Adoaun^) chAMi'-c ca^lce.^ June. 3, 1908 

(dan TlatoaZe dLLed B^awn ~u:p.. Jjum 2, 1908, ^eca^ed Sale/n.) 

'B^wn, H.enAj^ (Zyitat^) aduJA. ca^lieA. f^la/ich 11, 1907 

Bolt, r.UMj. (Estate.) adiLtt /i-i-j.^. AoaAA. 9, 1Q04 

(aUxUed 7. ,catt dle.d C-Buyig. AdAaU. 9, 1904, ^eca^de.d SalUJM)) 

*B^iou:a, 'jJ-LLtlam. /R, au-tcAa^ed casket pytlo^ to June. 26, 1906 

*BanU, yjne^—p-Uo^ /.o Jan. 18, 1906 aU'tchoAP.d casket /o-i k-U la/Jia^.. 

'BaLo^, Bud caiikeA. ^oA. chMA Dec 12, 1906 

*Bake-t, u->Ui. 'O-LLLlcrL (c^ta-te.) cicy>hp.t aiu^chaAdd P.fi/L-LL 5, 75*0^ 

"Bteu-lrui, CLaip ca^ke-t loA, cJvlLd on June 8, 1906 

Bfmdc, Jcp.e^^ ca-cket aa^lcha^ed Lwp 2, 1910 pa-Ld. Ion, hij. ?2a^ B^ch 

C-ion Loui^ C. dZed Bnjjwn Tujfi, ii.mp 1, 1910, -tccJOAxied coua-tg.) 
*Bn^ujen., John and CAa-tleij- casket /o^r CLotheA. on Jan. 5, 1907 

BaJteA,, LA^, ruanip and Jane^—c^ted on JuMj, 10, 1909--p.aZd hii, Jolm BaLe^ 
{u.apjf A, Bake't d-bzd C-ca^g. Jalij, 9, 1909, ^teconded C-BuAg,) 

fitio/t, Rlpted casket /ct w^/e dec 25, 1908 

(LtjAa. A. d-L^d C-BuAn. Dec 24, 1903 J 

*Oia(±e^tt, RobeAJi cachet 4.0^ uwut, OiocJceAA. Jan. 2, 1908 

CkoA-UUn, JacJcyion adu^t oa-^Le-t oa Dec I8, 1909 

(icl^e Thoebe died Ue^lnon Jwp.. Dec 17, 1909, n,eca^ded C-BtUg.) 
Oia^-ta.^, Ske^-unan—^/lo^ dUXd iuoAch 7, 1908 (p.'Wb. dan U.LUan j^enej 
'A'X'. ad'iJj. r.aA, 3, 1908 (p.tob. dau Ca.'i.U^, age 17) 
/o/t /,L-t<5, Chaxi-taln CcA. 10, 1903 

(uj-Lf.e Anna £. died Je^inon Tup. Cat. 10, neoo^tded C-Bu-m) 
OUld, H.a^iAjp—!^fj3n. uUe o-fL Cd (ChUd? ) flou. 2.6, I906 

'Cka^tala, Jancyi A. (c^-taie) /lo^ aduZt on Ao^tll 13, 1907 

"'OuK.taJji, Je'i^e ^-r dill.d AdaU^L 3, 1907 

Cx^tLie-t, Ben /o^ (/Zz^. ColHe't Seat. 6, 190Q 

(urUe UU^ J. died Uennon Jvp SepA.. 4, 190Q-^^ec.o^>ded C-BoAn ) 
/o^ adnU Sept. 23, 1909 ' '' 

(Ben CoLLieA, died 'l/e.inon Jtcp. Seat. 23, 1909-^teca'Uied C-BatgJ 
*Cop.ple, Sa^LU--ca ,.a^ch 11, 1908-pu.tcAa^ed W Jar.e^ !i. She.^^tou: lot no-the^t 

(jJau of. y.eg^^tPjL SUA. and known to haue d^d at C-BuAa on ^ar.e dale) 
CoAjiLjeJJ.., ri.A.tI-LuA, — LoA cJilld on June 26, 1909 

(^on JDjn T^anU^ln died bAourn Ju.m June 26, 1903, Aeca-tded C-Bu^tg.) 

*CotUji-t, John loA, child Jul;;. 14, 191C 

y^tl^coU, Benton— let aduU Dec H, 1907-ar..Ld h'^ T,ranh D.tUcoU, 

*Dougla<i, 'Aobe-U. lot ch-ltd. . .aij. 13, Is ^3 

Dewee^e, 7n.onk. fjo-t adult June 3, 1Q08 9 



*UMln, De^-Uj. coyiLe^ /o-r iTiAy6» LlqAn Haa, 17, 1907 

*CLq.<n, Lon paJt cJvLLd on Ula-ich 4, 1908 

EMon^, g. X-ln. /o^ aduAA. an. June. 30, 1910 

(w<,^e. U^xila cLizd C-Ha^iq. ■June. 29, 1910, A.e.ca^de.d C-BuAjj.) 

jAzed, UenAup p3^ Jaoo-b 7. redd f:,cuj. 29, 1909 

(Jjxcob 7^eed dJ^d G^/mge Co . ,:,a'j. 28, 1909, -tecxj-ided C-Bll-i/j.) 

QAezn, Dau-id C. /o^l lu-vo, Q^te.en fip-'UJ.. 16, 1909 

(SaAah. £. 5-tcen dJ^d oAoujn 7u:p. knAJJ, 15, 1909, ^eco^ded SaLejn) 
*Cyie.e.n, (^ejo'uid (P-,- — ^^ kobzAJ, '^-re.ejx HcaM, 13, 1909 
*<^oalxL, Clxa.tJjs.^- — -^^ ch-lLd dec 10, 1906 

*Q-loueA., lu^^, LLiyi loA. adu.lt Tzb. 17, 1910 

*<^bJjon^, Clt/i. /o/l h-cA. bii. D-caac Tfio.'Jie/i^an Aug., l6, 1909 

pteen, TlobzAA -Ijo^t uj-lte. Dsc. 23, 1908 

(f.laHLdcL £. dlid Bono, LcMJ-lenoe. Co. Dec 23, 1908) 
*HaU^, rA^.-—lo.x /le/t on 7 eh. 12, 1908Cbij, CaLUmaij. B-la^. o^ Salem) 

*Ha^pnafi, r.o^Ujon pj^ adult on flpAJA 8, 1910 

Hubba-td, C/ia/?-te-d f..oA ^on on dec. 20, 1909 

(Jane-<i L. died B^toicn 7u:p. dee. 19, 1909, ^ieeo'ud.ed C-Bu'ta) 

*Houjoyid, Ha.lueij. /o-l child of. Cla^rpjiee (HoujoAd?) on P.pyUA. 29, 1908 

*HoUappA.e., ^.ie^—.^A hAn on Dec 24, 1907 b<.}. Zobe^ HoUa,aple 

fia-Uap.pA^, T.obeAl fx)A child on June 23, 1909 

(dxua Stella died B-to:jn J ujfi Jane 23, 1909, Aeeo'tded C-Bwlg.) 

*Ka'!i-UAjon, Ltlyj. fcA cKUA on JuJjf. 19, 1908 

*naij^, UomeA /o-J. adult on i'.iai^ 3, 1907 

"l-iaijJLjoAlJt, l^i/i^, pj.t aduU, on Julii 27 i 1907 

*H.ubbaytd, Joiner ^oA adall. on Sept. lS, 1907 

HunteA., lion ^a adult Jan. 13, 1Q10 

(HaAlletA. flnanda HunteA died C-BuAa Jan. 13, 1910, Aeeolded C-'^uAq.) 

H.uq.!ieyi, ile'tedlth. fxiA Lclf.e on Jan. 20, 1910 

(SaAllda Jane dJjid C-BuAq J-m. 20, 1910, -teeoAded C-Buylxj.) 

*HatcJ-U^.on, lIa^. loA ke-t bu Daui 7Cno:' an Jan. 6, 1910 

(rien-tlon^ Ld HutdoL^on) 

{lopi^ilton, ulu,. IJlXlla-z la A ke^t on Limf. 26, 1909 bij. PiatAJieuj Robe-U^on 

('Jane HanlUon dJ^d Jef.^e^i^on Tu-p. u.ay. 27, 75^5^?, AecjDAded C-BuAq) 

*Hall, J:itei4. C'^) ^oA hln Ixp Jonathan 7AlnLle on Jen, 17, 1910 

"Jean, L-^, lolLLlaTi fct heA bif husband on i.laAch l8, 1907 

Jean, '.LlLilaTz foA dauqIuteA on Aug.. 29, 1908 

(fletUe died A.ua. 29, 19C8, AecoAded C-BuAg.) 

*Jolm, child bu Uligll 7aihlaA on ulai^ 22, 1906 

*'Jone^, Jotin f.oA adiUl on Julg. 11, 1G06 

'■Jean, A-Uluu.^ foA dvUd on 7eb. 3, 1Q03 

lee, [^eoAqe ^oa„ hli. bip ,:.UJui'X. Co.Xnu:zlL on Jn.i<p 26, 1909 

*£ocJJia.tt, iuA^. Jo-oep.'t ca-iket pAloA to /..'a-tc/i Q, 1906 (?) 



(dle.d a-t C-Sa-T/j. il.atdi 9, 1909, -^ec^o^tdcd C-Bu^tg.) 

'UlcCoij., habii. /O't ■bahi}. bif /Jen S^te.phen^an 'Jxilip 31, 1907 

'illoA^tMi, ilia ^-t cfvlld on Lay, 31, 1909 

lucJleeM^, U-LLLum B. ^aJi tviirL hit, JytanJi Cha^ta-ln an. n.au, 19, 1908 

(dAjs.d at C-BuA^q. Clou. 18, 1908, -t^cjs^e.d C-Bu.ig.) 

fucD-UJ,, ^eo/lce. lo^ chMA on '■jjM.p. 29, 1908 

(?.ai^ ^ dA,zd C-BoAg. JivUj, 29, 1908, -teca^tded C-BuAg.) 

fUcAa-Lcon, Oineyit and RUjofuta ada-Lt ca^keJ, on 'JuJjj. 9, 1908 

(UUJjMin Ome^t rdcJ-LoJ^on dl&d Julg. 9, 1903, -t^cjo-ldcd C-BuAjq.) 

floLL, Scjott (Estate.) cx'oke.t on Sept, 21, 1908 

((iiaA-tin S. flaU, dl&d Lai^'-zence. Co . Sect, 20, 1908, Aecjo^ed Sa-LtUta) 

*CLTe^U!ian, Rxton /o-t cdatt on 7 eh, 17, 1908 

*Pe-tdae, 'Jxzr.c^ ^o^ dauqA-teA. an Tel-. 12, 1907 

'pAotjj, iTlAyi, /o/i he't Rtin . 23, 190o p.a-id hti. C-hyUyito pheA. Plauj 

*?'1JC'U), OiAAyiiopheA. (ficcount) ps-r adatt Jan. 14, 1908-p.atd hg. HI. /ia-be^t^on) 

*?oLLaAd, Stanlet^ /o^ cAild (?) on Seat. 2, 1907 

Tendxie, Tnxink. (Estate) ,£o't ktn on JuJjf, 4, 1910 

(L^-LUMvn T-tanLLtn rz-tdue dted B'loujn Tup. 'Julij. 3, 1910, 'teco^ed catint)^) 

Padge-tt, Lontel lo^ c.dtilt_on Cwi. 20, 1910 

(u:tf.e J^atte dted Ue^^non j uyp ilai}. 19, 1910, -tecv^tded coLUittj.) 

*P.obeAJyi, iilU). -po-t ficA. bg. Jo^h. B.'ioua ,7,a'tcJi 25, 1907 

Rice, U.liU /o^ tUn bit Dan. Rtce on Sept. 17, 1909 

(d'i&d BAxiwn Tup. Sept. 77, 1909, ^lecxi'tded C-Bivtg.) 

*Sfiepte/i, rlndij. cuuiLet poyLchjKied oaIoa. to L.a-tch 8, 190o 

Standtf.O'id, Lttte-t ^-t /vln. bg, tien'ap B^taxton on flp.'itl. 23, 1909 

(li>tLLiaf.x HitLLeA. Stcnto^d dted Ctcnre Co. h.aA.tL 23, 1909, 'tecxi'tdcd C-Buajx) 

*Srr,tth, babii. o-^ Dan Smith. b'.i D-t* L.'J. Taxjr.ten.. on Aug. 5, 1907 

*S.tanteg., /.v^^. po-t he-t bg Jaie^ Polta-td on Jan. l6, 1908 

Stotoii.eA, Leu-l^ -p:>t L-if,e on Jen. 2.7 , 1909 

(i.^a^Mia J. died B^oicn Tu-p Jan. 2c, 7005, 'tecjo^Aed C-3u/ig) 

Smedtetp, P^te-iton bu. pat'ie.'t Jaim H. on June 12, 1908 

(died Sa.leri June 77, 1908, A^co^cded C-3u-za) 

^Siaedteig, John H. /o^r <30,i on ii.clch 24, 1909 

*SirL-<Mt, Cha.-tte.'^ ^tabe -^O't /i^^teA. oaJ-oA, to i.la'cch. 10, 1905 

SnuMi, Iten^lg /{. lo^t It-ir. on Dec 3, 7072 

(died bAown Ttup flou. 30, 1912, 'leco-ided coimtip) 

"S-t'tattan, Seth. ka-o-i (.--.ccount) ;£c't adult on „.ag 4, 1906 

StAxfttan, Seth TlO'^^ io-t h,in. an Teb, 11, 1 91 0---nentlonyi telcci'lci to Qat/iytle., 

(died Teb. 7, 1910, Aeca-lded eoiu\tjfJ~ CaXA^-. 

*Shaiitt4, ii^t^. PIcAcaA /;•;, heA, husband on June l6, 1905 

(CoiAe^Ha i... 'Chj^^^taai Shoatt-i dixid ^ai-e date, not -leoO'tded) 

'Seo'-Ui, floah pj-t chtld on nag, 3, 1909 

'Siceenei^, John pA. chUd. on June 17, 1908 



r^3^^ -^a^ 5^/,a.., deed C-^a^ ^ec. 27, 1908, .eco^ed C-£a^; 

(deed UUe^on Ju-f, 2^. 31, 1909, ^sco^ed C-buZ) 
^TuAncA., Ri^r^y, (A^ant)—^^ adwU on Cot. 19, 1907 



Ion. aduMt bn. C.C, ^a^xlne^t on. Rn^AM 3, 1908 
' ' '09 

1909, ^z.eco.?.derf C-Ba^J 



(dmlgJU^^^ cUed Ue-tnon Ttcfi ^Jujj. 13 
*tvUx.ox, CU^—^^ cKLU. on rlua. 3, igoS 

SiJU^^on^, C/tc.Uet^ p,^ diUd iP.a^tcK IG, 1906 

*l^V^, Jhcaa. (Rcc.un^t)—^o^ adal^t en ,:,a-rcA 30, 1907 

^^ adu-tt on Lee. 6, 190/ 
^UlUon, Jeo^e— /o,t rr^otheA, on ir.a,j. 7, 1907 



-ini-, .^>-^ ^c^.2 ?--o 1 



CCPI-D -RC" DIAR^^ OR -TtITA- --R--^- -^RIIR-IE OF VRR— -p-^r^To^T^ 
m T^TT] DIARY. '^ ■ ' "" --^--^-^- -L...J 



ORiarrAL 11: Rossr-oic:: or gharirg r^^at^^, t'oorroyhle, irriara 

CORTRR V.ty, 1072 37 n.R, OOOR, r^T.^-«-rTT3 t'd pq^ R-'^ -r, ^T-y^-^r^^^- 
00:^"^Y 3^IST0RICAL SOC^IRRY ' ~ • - -- ^- - ■- --■- 



On "-'^ 20, 1^11 tv-.-r- -"^ - - ^ ^: - :^ire in O^ — 'b-ll c^^--. T>^_er? 
•.•■-- 11 v,;,j^i^ j^-nr-^ "H,,^^,,^ . T_._ ,._ "^-r^i^ -t-r-; 0:1 int B^i-h re-tv.r-nt: 
N.J. I-^nec Druf^r ; Dr. '.Vil?.!'^.'-.:- , ^"■'^.ti'^t; h-'t 0:'"_'^r"i^'''r"' " in, .-ie-^l'-r : 
Gco-'-e "/^-v-r."b--'''n-r; J.i:. ".'t-nl'-'r h--ner s" shop ; Bii^t ?.?^r--. biit-rh- 

Kirble ^v-n3, b-rb-r in I-rne j.^^^-rr^to. '.''illiin- 3ro- . --re r-^r. - 
(Cc/oe 0^ t-? ->>-vc --'cr? in the 0-^ d ^ei: r-'.-c Bm il^ in'^-C .0 . ) A chi-ney 
fell c". Henrv i^i^^'-'^-n ' ^ bcv the ne:'t d?.v, ''^ro^-:e bis le"^ "'.nd "ach^d 
his foot. 

r)«c'--h-r 5, 1-12 A bij fir^ in 0--":-bcllr -^irp. It ^i.irned V.^i"^ 

L'^'vin'r" "h?"^. j'^ — *^ Ilolid'i^'' ' r ''^".rnerr" rnd ble.'^l'crith "-'.o"^' son.th of 
Bud B-^h'^r'e b-^.rn '"n^^ one other building for Behcr .?nd one pcultry 
hei-^.re 1:0" ?r'--.3 '::r.c in. Jo".cc ^lol.tf^^''' '."er! t'le onlv one insured. 
John '^'rinhle o.nd '^■".d lovio bon~ht the V/ee Moliday" house p.nd. bloc]- 
snith sho- fro". I'ihe Ri^.c-ell on Deo. 12, 1912 in" Cor.pbcllsbur^. 



Dfi' >i "1 _ 1 OOA 



5D. C-RABHIC : I no"tiC':'d in your -^aper t'/'o --.'eehs afo sore sketches 
of boyhood d-^ys vritton by Beni . Standish. I v/ould lihe to add a 
].ittle r.ore to that ortiole, as I was born in that neig'hborhood and 
knev/ all of the p:loneers whorr. he spoke of, and a. few r.ore. I 'vill 
nontion Eva-n Dev/eese, Jerry Borers and Jonathan Jones. The latter 
v/as ny f^condfather and a Ba-^tist Treacher and I -^ade ^-y hor:e '"ith 
l^ir 0'^ ':■'' f'^.thor died v.'hen I ":-s onl^^ eleven ronths old. M^^ '^r-^.nd- 
:*"'~ther v'as very strict end did not allow rn.e or any of his children 
to use b':"''' le.n^^ua.^e or tell stories if he kncv; of it. TTov:. I or:, cv 
^''p'^rs old, ?.n'!'. can :"""'■, truthfu?_ly, "■"l^'^.t I never s""oro ?n oo.th ir """'' 
life, -^ :f--t ^T^ v:hioh I thanked --y yr-n^f-thers . I wish the you:-::' 

ottenr'inp ."ch^ol 1^'~' y.^-r-s -^.yo . I ol-~i h-^ve his copy bool: in —hich 
v,c no(^ "i^ir. -^robl^r.^ in '^^it'r^etic sol^'O''^ c^^plete, althouyh the "^ung 

^1 p ^„i,;^ -'ioh "nv on'^ c^n :-■•:". It i^: over a 0'-'r+ !t^-^ o"'.'''. ^-^'.''t : a 

■Joo p----.i9l CU^y.^r,^ +^^^^^^--1-1 „^.^^.^-^^^^ -|,,, -T,.^ q^.^.^^J^^y, ,.-^c- +;no 

■.■'^■'ild tie '^e r^nr' the s-^ok t'" "'""'"o h^T".-? to -^-^-^v^-nt ns fro'^ f-i -i_ T_pr- ^ff 
J ..ro- ^iv'^ i-^"^ "- i" "n-.-r-- op-^ o-p.p ^^1,-1-5 ^1^+ nrsir. o cooV QU tho n'^v::e. 
So-eti'^''^ -e '"on"' ^^ "---v" +^ t-^i-o t"o-r"-^° ^r ^a"r h'^r-^^';- t^ ^ait ^n the 
..,>,^„T H-^ ^-■^i?!'' --1-- '^r.y^-^ if k-^.-i- p -^ ---.;;.-> p ',"03 bnsv r'lo"'in'p v.'ith his 
hor-es. i^ '— -^ i- r-+ +-^-- --i- ■----." -^ -^.i^^^hav- t-^^l^-v- our 

.;o '."ill --o r^ouo.i one nil: to ^a_. .u H-r-'in, --. '-^c ^"---t - ^ i"-tlr 

^^^ but)-^--->^ r"^"' " -f -" . ".•hich "'^o o":ch' "r^"""'^. ^-^n '--<-— '.^^-^ bi^tt'^r. Bhe ^'J; 
''"nife J •'•"•--•'• -^--^-^ J --^-^ ;f'-n^- TT^oo-i -- "_----<n. It ■:-^-- ^ rir^rr kuifo. 



:LE P^''T^'I^-^^"CE3 : (rirvnT-Trr^T^ ) 



Co!^ . o-'ioono-'c^ '•"•r r^v if'ir -t toachor v;hon I ""^-^ ni::: yeo.rs old. 
He +'iu"-ht jn .1 lo^ nchool aov^o with p fire ri-n^ -across one er'^ '^f 
the building. Sr.-'.ll tre-- -ere c-^lit o-en f^r reatc:. This h-r^-e 

t--t T -ij-t -ir^. — t'-f^.^r -^^ -'' •: -^.-t ^c t-^.-^ -- to 4o. '^'-e t-?--"-: 

fv,^^^ ^y,^ ...^^^„^ „.,^^,-^^ „,+. oi';:-o to the ctov", but I th'?ii-^'^t I --•' 
4-n -r-t -n +0- of t^^" r^t'r'vo. I '•'-^'L]--- n.^ t-^ -f-h^ -^t^^^o "■-■^.'^ -^ -"-"': 'rol" 
'^■^ it t? ol:'---' -r t--. but I ■'.ot -c v:ith bM:"-'^_':'^ f" ir-^-^r.-^ . S^ I Ic-rr 
^^ - i^-orvri +}._„ firot ~"y, -:'^'^ T h-^^re i-no'-n -.-h-'t o otove -^o ^vi^r oi 

-^.„ ■'^„^i, +^ TTvi-i<^ Ti-Trv "'-t-^^n'o. I •::^^ norr> -ithin "^O -r'^'^_-: of to. 
■^■i-" "^-rin-, ^T^- •-^■•-'^."^ >,.,'■ q^^-,,-,-! r^ttor, th-^ ol^ ho"eote?.ds of my 
^'oth^r, D'^vid Pott on end P'^^att Rutherford, seventy five years a'~o, 
v.'h-'n there -ere no ro.ilro^ds. I'hese old nioneers hauled produce, 
{^rcceries r-"_o :^rv c-cor'^.s -.vith 'vo'^cnr r^v.d teoms fror: 7ev.- Albany to 
Vincennor, L-^f-yettc, and Green--stle. T:--'oy v:oul- h-ul loads b-th 
vrr'ys. I'he:-'- drove '"^ur -^nd si:: horses to one v-^yon. 

Uncle Davy ^•^_tton h^'d the "^irst horse shod th-^.t '.-.'as ev^r shod in 
the county, "it -as tal^.-'ed about by evorybo-'y that Uncle D^vv had 
irons yiit on his horses feet. I v:ould ^ive descriytions of the — sro 
v,nr^o >,o^ J p-p_^ce, but I susyect you c.o,n see one by eoing to the i:-"':- 
Crovens form. 

These old pioneers '.-'ere strong and robust. ,/hen canning ou"!; xhey 
v/ould test their strenpth by lifting the v.-heels of the. loaded v.'agons 
to see v^ho v/o.s the channion. ?■"■ lifting v/a'^on v.-hoels nas the co.use 
of ry f-^thor's deoth. ' ' Jonathan TrirJcle . 

(Jonothan Trin]:le ^—s born '^?"to->^'-r 3o, 1839 -^nd died August 20, 
1':^22 ot Car-^bollsburg. He r.arried r.ory Jane Hall. Death"reoord 
gives his ---^rents -/: Pte~hen and ^ol? v" Trinhle . ^urird Cla^a^vil'' = . 



S-lti"'lovii:^_e, '"-^Khin^ton C-?"---. fort^'- r-ilos n-rth of this city. "- = 
s-vs, to ^io or, In-^io-na soil. 

'^ont -'f "'^shin-ton n-r^-^^y^ \y ^ ^.r~^Z^r{')^^"^^^^Z^.'^"f\r{^ /^^^^^ t^^;^;:^ 



~, ^"o. oo iP.n,q. --n-- +^.o 



= 1'^-""ITI 



gorn 



r:^^ Vorc^. i+:-^r; , -.•■^■-^ loc-'t?'-' n+ t'^-o ^nd o:^ north Hi-h ctreet --.-"'^ or .1 + 
-.--c "^ti:! the "forest "rifn':>v'-J_" . J-rc^ rcr?dith , '-r-^ndfathor of -'^r 
"^:':Gtch", c-ro fror ^rrllf" cr"? , 'T-rth Carolina, in the veaT 1811, 
brin-in^ his f-.'-ily. He v;?- a !~.illv;ri,{:ht an'^ c-rj^entcr. About the 
STe ti'-.e, the other ."-rondf other , Jesre Ctonley, a saddler by tr-^ds, 
orri-^od fro- I'orth Carolina v.'ith his far.ily. '^nen they co.r.e, hie son 
:p:ii.'!-h "'-s ei-ht years old. They selected" the sa:-e ]. option -n.'^ -'-r 
nei-hhors to the 'Merediths. "'e -ioture I^li^ah '^tanl-ry -l-yin- -^-h 

th- ot^-r o~.i-r--".t '-'^- il^.r-n, -ni-o- f^ ro^^^'^l and tben' to -ar":!--: 

__;- T^vi^i_sr!'^ ^i,t; ii+ + "'r ^~i"iy T'':r-. -^ ifH , r,-.T •;ri^^n'n_ hc '^ s t ov.'od ' h 1 - '^-''"'^-oa 
j^--.-, .-,v,,i "--^c:;:- i-T ;> i^^. '- 2 " ^-^o-,-,^ -^---i/i h'i-^ -"--e. e'""''"h'' i'^hi:'^^ ^ ^^--.o ^^^ 
t^- — s-lves in -."hat is no'" J-^"^-rson tc-.vnshi-^., that v:as then a aart 
of T'r'^-n to-.vnshi-n. On this f-rn, Levi Gtanley, the fifth child of 
51i:ah an-^. ^'olly" ^'t-n:' oy , v.-as born Jrly 10th, "182^. 

lihe s'."e-t borrer^", - i^ ti-^.t --- ■^^"-tod -ith frrnao°- 1-^-- --e 

cr°^'ioes' l-tti^-.^ i- -'l^-t.^- 0^ fr^^h -''^ + ".00- -^^irT -n.'^ -.an" aV^--^-"--.- 

on his bo-^ i^. f^e ni-ht ■•■hi:'.e -^e '■•-s- r^o^mf'lv sleo-^^^. Ke '-t + -^lo-\t^ 
hi- lon-'th of' 1 if" e to the o-^on oo.bin, aaith it" bi- ^i-e-:i-^'; -no 
^l^i''^ di^'t '^.■^ 'r^o" -^■'.'^ ho'":n""': to their "i-^-ple o'^^';-^r+''n_l h-.b^'it '^f 11-- 

t'-'O >^-r''i--'-- ^^ -;•--- ^^^,,„p.^ ths-^_ -n-", -eepin'™ c^it of the o-^^nin-- 
v^t.-'oo-o^ t>^e i.o^p , "f^^-^r -— : t'-'o n^i'-'hbors' corin'^. riavb:- to s^end t^e 
d-tr, Tv^v-e e^n -^^ .'^3.-o-n-^ _-:■-> ^ ..^h^-h^- -h'^t the rii-^'-^'i^n^, bouT^-^r^- 'ae--—- 

-aild tii-^hevs — abo^i.t fifty core un .-iust v/est of his house: his father 
.700 n-Toy orid '"i^n't ^et b-ch h^r-e until ■-vslz: t^e tur^aeys had t:=h = n 
refuse '^or t'-'^ ni"'-t in trees: but his .-^-^ther a-ent out ''"it^ hi'- — n 

-^elicious --^e, :""- "-':^vi'^-d. ■V^^ilo liu:'n'- here ■^-' e s-v' o-ly one -lie 

re-^ti:i.rs -ore cc^-^on, '-^^~. -^^t t'-^^ir b-'-n he c-: fr.vr rattle '^r.-^.'z^? 
'•d^ich his f-ther des-atohed on short order. Only occasion-^lly is a 
rottlo on-^'To s°en in the hills today. Pror this place his aarents 
moved to a, farm on T'-in Oreo':, vhere ayain the hone a-as of loa's — 
beconiny rore coafortable by or'^.ous toil; the yi^neer chil'^ren -^er- 
fo—:"d th-^i-^ ^■^i-'r'= of "'-bor' in fie -^ i-"-^~->-^nt t^-'a- assigned t-ie-. 
»::-. Otorriev soid -h^n h-- •—<r - bo^^ '^e -'i^'n'^ ^'^-^ t^ y-o-^a^v^^ .^.^-^^^ 



-t ti-^es 



■u^er'^is i^-n ^f 
•ere built in 



left y bluff. An 









creep "il"' ':"~s -^ .- f-r^^:'' be'^ : 'th~ "^'con^. "^loor '."hero the ho'^'Pei' v.'^.s 
pl'^.ced could he er.t':^'^^ '"ror f^-o rround level: the np-^er otery '"-5: 
'••T^ere tl-- Voltir- -.v-^r --rr^ieri '-n.^ The ^r-et ^o-rihiiitv of -oter 

'^'T'.-C-" '--r- not -^-"1 "l ^r ^^^,-1 .,■ ^0-5 , _i ^rny^r -^^oll „i,„vT;-t-,r n -f "-n + r,- -.o - 

•.':?. Gt-nl'-'^ -.^.'-. +0-+ -"--t, 0:^ hie e'^i.^o'tio?! vo.:: onte.ine'''. fro": 
^r-f^n-^.-f r.o-i+'--t -vith :".-tiire ^n'"'. .-^I'^o'^ the eehool of e::^erienee : +--'--^ 
he li-,^'^-^ in the '^-vz of h-^.r^ tir^eo, re^o.rhin^^ -h-r^nt he-: lon^ i+ 
f,cr<^' to "0 to the ri?.l, to ''et the reel rer^'lv for bre'^d , fee ''"e^i':'"-" 
'^roceee of cl-^^rinp the ground and the yeere cf privetion enenred '■: 
the firet eottlersT Once '"hen ^ "hoy he' cer.e to "^-le" for the •^-y e 
hoy:^ened to he et-^n^.iny en the epnere '■t 'I'outh r-in etreet -r.-"" c^/" 

corried on ite h-^e'' ^- ehil'^ ^tl'^. " - e.o'': ""f he'^.'^.iny end clcthee; e :"e. 
en'' vro'-e.n ■■'^re ••-^l^-in'---ti^e^, . --rn e-^t --n-'' -itif^il loohin-: no 
'='enht hed re-e th- 1--^- i-n-^'-y en feet; ren^' -rr^^-^ed v:ith' netl^ iny 

to hi"i hov- ~eo--le ci^'^-inp her--?- ee^ild e"iet, ho-,' the.v rme.^ed to ele- 
t^e I'^nd ^-'^'-'^ "^l-'.'e ^in'^.'=r rnch conditione ".'ithout ctervin"". 

Aft'-r r:r. ^^'^--nleyc ne.rrir.'TO to Suse.n ^-^ily rc'^'ely he still re- 
sided in -Jefferson to'-nshin. In 1865 he roved on the Ce,~-"-r for-', 
sjx ri].-;'- north of Ce^n-^helieh^irf:, half v.'cy betv/een Rush creel: cni. 
T-"in or-'-e]'", -vA lived there for t-.-ent^'- si" '^e^r^ , '-'■^sn he rev^-^ '-'it 
hi" •e-v^ii-r to 0':^r"ne]f_chnr'^, ^nt ■•"-nt" ■'-^-.e'^ -nd fert^^ to his f-r- -^e 

ti^o'^ -^T^" -P--K.- -1 -• --^ ^ -1 ^-^^r^--^^ '.■•if'', ''".is ehil''"'ren -^i-'^^'^ f^o r-a-t'-^ ei" hi 



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S.n.ler, July oth, 1 r-^ ^^a ,..^^ ,-,ne of ^. ^---il- of thirteen chil:'.r-n. 

T_;;'^oof^_ ' {i^ ...:^ „^.^^-;^ '^.,„' ^^^^;.;,£v^^^.^^^^ inoi, to ^iirp.both>-i— :, 

"•-': 11--^. in G-r--nv -nc^. c--^o~'to t'-^e Ur.ited States at the a^^e of t-o. 

S-^rah ^'■--"le'- Y.p\xz'^° '■'■'■^^ "t-^ '^au-rrhter of Edison and Barbara Aatts 
Voy?-es. She v.'as horn on a farm near Halo, 'Tashin^ton county, Dec. 3' . 
1851. She has one sister, P'rs . Tl^ry ?u?"lee, of SaleF, who is t'"o 
yeors ol^^er than hernelf ?nd one brother, Godfrey Vo3"les, .^on.th of 
S.-le:^^, -ho is ^^oun^er but has --ast his ei-^htieth' birthday. li]-- -11 
ci'-.\i"-i-^-o-.-- 0" e^rlv'rvr'^l h^'^es she '•-nr---d in th--' fields" snd -->---•" =7-- ; 
-"Ullcd fl^.:-, syun it r^n^" ".-oA'e it into cloth: coo^Tin^:^ ^nc ce-.'i^': an"" 
rll f'^'- -a"'s 0^ f'^e ■':ou-"ehol':'' "ho -Tner. This ^^:^2 '^ trs inin^" "nd -^rr 



1852. 



-nd soT^vs'^ "until +'-^? olo^o r^f t>i? — r. I'S is '^ns' '^■f the fs'.-, Tf +h-.- 
v-^^t ar:-:'- of -len, -..-hs c:: e s-:^sl'^ ont of the oonflict and ■■■Ir' -^re n?-; 
b-n':''ed together in an sr-snirsd ho-'y. tho C-r^nf Arry of the Re^ublis. 









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DEATHS 
1896-1933 
A R3GCRD OF DEATHS TK.^T CCCURRSD MOSTLY TI BROw-TI AKD VERIIOII T7?S . 
7/ASHII;GT0N COUHTY, IiroiAlIA, PLUS SEVERAL FROI.I ITORTH EAST PART OP 

ORAiiGE cou::ty, eidiana ai,"d a fev; froi-i other localities, several 

OF THESE DEATHS T^ERE TTOT RECORDED OFFICIALLY HT 77ASHIITGT0II C0U::TY. 

coi,:?iLED a:td arrahged fro:,: the followhig t-.vo sources: 

PART 1 : "COFFIN LIST" FROM THE ACCOUrT BOO?: OF STR^iTTAlT BROTHERS 
STORE E: CAMPBELLS3URG FOR THE P^ERIOD 1896-1901. 
(LOAIIED BY JACK HEDRICK OF CAMPBELLS BURG, IirDIAHA) 

PART 2: A RECORD OP DEATHS TAISN FROM THE DIARY OP 'VILLIAM S. 
TRIIHCLE V^^O LIVED HEAR CLAYSVILLE III VERITCH T0;n7SHI?. 
THIS COVERS THE PERIOD FROM 1901-1933- 
(LOAHSD BY CHARLES KHAPP OP M0CRE3VILLE, ETDIAHA) 

N.B. SEE ALSO "COFFFJ LIST OF STRATTAH BROS. 1906-1910." 



COMPILED AITD ARR-AHGED FOR THE WASHINGTON COL^ITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 
JULY 1972 BY C.E. COOK. 



PART 1 



COFFITT LIST FROM ACGCin'T BOOK OF STRATTAIJ BROTHERS STORE 



Allen, Joseph — June 26, 1397 — 1 coffin and 1dox-G7.50. 
Atkinson, »7illiam — r.'arch 16, 1900 — 1 casket and robe-S35. Paid 
by Curt and Ote Atkinson. 

Bailer, James January 20, 1900 — 1 casket-:535.00-?aid for by 

Martha A. Baker. 
Baker, Elisha— July 9, 1898~casket and box-020.00. 
Baker, Elisha— A^ril 25, 1900— casket and box-325.00. 
Baker, Bud — I,:ay i, 1899 — casket for Wilson-^ 32 . 00. .-aid for by 

Flora and Bill V/ilson. 
Baker, Bud — February 22, 1900 — casket for Bo£ock-03C.OO. 
Barnard, Clark — January 16, 1897 — coffin and box-C9.00. 
Barnett, John R.--Aoril 24, 1896-coffin and box-018.00. 
Barnett, John R. — June 5, 1896-small casket and box-$7.50. 

Barrett, I;!rs. See Janes Sweeney account. 

Bocock See Bud Baker account. 

Bocock, Christena — August 10, 1696-coffin and box-$18.00. 

Brewer, Franlc— October 30, 1897-coffin for Tailor -^1 2.00. 

Brewer, Charles --August 8, 1 899-coff in-^1 5 .00. 

Bristo, Joseph — October 13, 1898-coffin and robe-$30.00. 

Brown, Gove--August 29, 1899-coffin and box-014-.OO. 

Brovm, Gove--JaP-uary 6, 1900-coffin and box-$10.50. 

Brovm, Gove — December 21, 1900-coffin and box-01O.OO. 

Browny. Philo — October 10. 1S96-coffin and box-05.5O. 

Brown, John (Henry's son) — February 21, 1 9OO-casket-08. 00. 

Brown, Tip — February 4, 1899-casket for L!rs . Wesner. Paid for 

by 1.3. and Bish Y/esner. 
Burtroff, Eenry's Estate—April 25, 1896-coffin-$15.00. 

Cariss, Jerry's Estate — August 26, 1898 — casket and 3ox-S35.00. 
Carter, Charles' Estate — September 1, 1896-cloth and draped 

casket-C;45.00. 
Chamberlain, Earl — February 20, 1900 (died 1 9 j-casket-040.00. 

Paid for by V^ilHan Cham.be rla. in. 
Chastain, Abner's Estate — July 8, 1898-cas]:et and box-C32.50. 
Chastain, Claudius — P.lay 28, 1 S98-coff in-C8.00. 
Chastain, Cyrus— April 24, 1 S99-casket-S7.50. 
Chastain, Janes Harvey--I,'.arch 11, 1899-ca.sket for the wife of 

James A. Chastain-;^18.00. 
Chasta,in, John A. — Ser.tem.ber 1, 1896-coffin and box-C25.00. 
Chastain, John ChildS'-Ser^tem^ber 14, 1897-coffin and box-C7.00. 
Chastain, Lem— I,:ay 18, 1 899-ca5ket-31 3. 50. 
Chastain, Rice — July 31, 1896 — coffin and robe for Barney Chastain- 

.!325.00. Paid for by George Chastain. 
Chastain, L'.rs. Valentine's Estate — September 12, 1398-coffin and 

box-C30.00. Paid for by I/.ark I.laudlin. 
Child, Lem. — i:ovem.ber 20, 1899-casket and robe-v55.00. 

Childers See A.J. Horner account. 

Childers, Ab — Hovem.ber 1?, 1E98-coffin and box-C4.50. 

Childers, Ab— July S, 1900-a casket-C6 . 50. 

Childers, Jackson — :;ovember 24, 189S-casket-09.OO. Paid for 

by T7ingler . 
Clark, Bent r.!.C. — August 13, 1898-casket and box-$25.00. 
Clifton, Polly--ATDril 26, 139S-casket-31 8.00. 
Clifton, Polly--r'ecember 2 7, 1o98-casket for Ben-Si 8. GO. Paid 

for by V/.A. Clifton. 



Clipp, Phillip— A ::ril 12, 1 S99-robe-04 .00. 

Clipp, Phillip — llarch 10, 1 900-casket and robe-C42.00. Paid for 

by Jessie Clipp. 
Colglazier, Austin — October 15, 1898-Casket by telephone-^?. 50. 
Collier, Lev/is — October 9, 1S99-casket and box-S50.00. 
Coots, Robert — January 28, 1900-casket and box-025.OO. 
Coots, Robert — February 1, 1900-casket for I,:rs . Coots-S25.00. Both 

-oaid for by Richard and Hu.jh Coots. 
Cornwell, Harry— April 8, 1699-casket-C1 2.00. 

Deckert, Willian — I.larch 4, 1896-casket and box-S25.00. 

Deckert, '.Yilliam — June 19, 1o96-coffin and box-$8.00. 

De vault, Theodore — August 5, 1898-cofiin for L'rs . De vault -.^30. 00. 

Duncan, ^Yillian — February 1, 1899-cofiin and box-Ol2.00. 

Fleming, 7/illiain's Estate — I,:ay 5, 1899-casket and box-$30.00. 
Furguson See Lee Vellora account. 

Gipson, Janes February 15, 1899-casket and box-310.00. 

Goen, Rufus L'.arch 24, 1897-coffin and box— ;^8.50. 

Goen, Rufus--A-.ril 22, 1897-caEket for I.Irs . Goen Estate-S50.C0. 

Goldsnith, ITewton— July 2, 1901 -casket and box-Si 0.00. 

Gordon, I.Iorrie — February 4, 1S99-casket and box-S45.00. 

Gordon, Morrie — December 6, 1699-casket for Lrs . Gordon. Paid for 

in Dart by ;7.H;. Gordon. 
Gould, Charley--July 20',. 1897-casket" and box-OlO.OO. 
Gould, Orange L. — January 18, 1898-coffin and box-37.50. 
Green, Emily's Estate — September 14, 1 895-casket-C-45.00. Paid in 

part by S.D. Green. 
Guthrie, Isaac — October 10, 1896-casket and box-:345.00. 

Hall, I.G. September 23, 1S9S-casket and box-v50.00. 

Hall, Richard— February 17, 1900-casket and robe-$33.00. 

Hamilton See James Reynolds account. 

Hamilton, Joseioh's Estate January 12, 1S98-casket and box-$32.00. 

Hamilton, Susan January 5, 1897-coffin and box-v15-00. 

Hannan (?), Charles June 22, 1898-coffin and box-C;l3.C0. 

Hays, John B. 's Estate February 7, 1S98-coffin and box-v-25.00. 

Hays, Joseph i:ovember 25, 1901 -casket-035 . 00. 

Hedrick, llrs . Jesie's Estate December 11, 1 901 -casket--355.00. 

Hedrack, JoseT^h July 27, 1 901 -casket-$14.00. 

Hobos, Loroy I.:ay 5, 1898-casket and box-s;7.50. 

Horner, A.J. I.:ay 15, 1897-coffin by Childers -:;5 .00. 

Howell— See Edgar Ilichol-son accoujit. 

Hughes, Thom.as January 5, 1900-coffin and box-$7.50. 

Hunter, John December 15, 1 o98-cof f in-01 2.50. 

Hunter, John ::ay 11, 1 S99--casket-v1 5 .00. 

Jackson, V/illiam Cctober 21, 1o96-coffin and box-C15.00. 

Jeans, llathan Arril 24, 1 899-casket-^1 2.50. 

Johnson, Jacob's Estate June or July 25, 1 900-robe-Paid for by 

I.!rs . Tames Johnson. 
Johnson, P.O. April 9, 19C1-ca3ket for P.O. Johnson-.365 .00. 

Kirby, Port January 29, 1S99-coffin and box-C;12.50. 



Larkin, Willian See Nelson Roberts account. 

Lawyer, Benjamin's Estate Ser.tenber 24, 1399-casket and box-335. 

Leach, Alf Pobrtiary 22, 1901 -casket and box-327.50. 

Lee, llrs. Charles (2nd and Grey Sts., Louisville, Ky)-May 19, 1&97- 
casket and box-375.00. 

Lenmons, E.S. ATDril 17, 1896-casket and Box-C4-0.00. Paid for by 

Orra Child. 

Lev/is, V7illian (Bud's brother) I.^arch 16, 1901 -casket for sister- 

S35.00. 

Link, E. See John V/ ilk ins account. 

Lozier, Mary coffin and robe in 1892 -S23«00« Paid by VToods. 

Martin, Yolney September 26, 1398-childs coff in-S5.00. 

Kartin, ^Tilliara (Lost River) February 8, 1S96-casket-.$25. 00. 

Ifeudlin, Alva February 14, 1899-casket and box-312.00. 

Maudlin, Alva Decenber 16, 1901 (died on 15 day )-casket-,';;45 .00. 

Miller, Hezekiah Ay.ril 23, 1896-cas]:et and box-^50.00. l-aid for 

by L:rs. r.iller. 
Montgomery, Jane's Estate~-:;ovenber 27, 1 9OO-casket-03O.OO. 
Myers, Sol -See Bish V/esner account. 

McGraff, Walt November 3, 1 897-casket-.37. 50. 

McITeely, Mrs. S.A. 's Estate — -July 31, 1 901 -casket-S35 .00. Paid 

for by \7.3. Mcileely. 

Neideffer, Ben See Lee Vellorn account. 

Nicholson See lee Vellon account. 

llicholson, Edgar June 6, 1898 — coffin for Hov/ell -0l5.Oe. 

ITicholson, Merret R. February 17, 1 898-casket and box for 

Stephen r:icholson-322.50. 
ITicholson, Merret R. April 14, 1900--coffin and robe for 

Evan ".7alraven-C25 . 00. 

Oldham, Thomas July S, 1S97-coffin and box-$8.50. 

Pollard, Curt Ilover.ber 18, 1897-coffin and box-Cl2.30. 

Pollard, Sim.eon June 8, 1895 (died 7th day at 8:50)-casket and 

box-$45.00. Paid by Mrs. Pollard. 

Pollard, Zachariah's Estate July 3, 1897-casket and box-o40.00. 

Porter, Reeves Estate Septem:ber 23, 1899-casket-S35 . 00. Paid 

for by George Porter. 

Prov,', Christian Se:tember 19, 1899 — casliet and box-S35.00. 

Prow, Claude January 8, 1 900-casket-C6 .00. 

Ralston, Andy December 17, 1S9S-casket and box-C25.0O. 

Ralston, Andy February 8, 1900-casket and box-035.OO, 

Reynolds, James March 25, 1S97-coffin for Hamilton-:j7.C0. 

Reynolds, Jes July 24, 1897-coffin and box-;;l5 .00.' Paid for by 

Jefferson Reynolds. 

Richards (?) See Lee Vellorn. account. 

Roberts, !Ielson January 13, 1 900-robe-:i?7. 75-Paid by V/illiam Larkin 

Robertson, Math May 17, 1S98-coffin by V/illiams -07.5O. 

Robbins, Thomas October 8, 1S98-casket and box-C7.50. 

Rudder, Hiram Sertember 13, 1897-coffin and box-C18.00. 

Salleo, Jane's Estate August 4, 1 896-casket-025 .00. 

Sappeniield, E.S. January 1, 1900-cc.sket and bcx-C15.00. 



Shanks, Charles G. I.'.arch 24, 1399-cashet and box-C30.00. 

Shanks, Charles G. July 17, 1899-casket and box-C30.00. 

Shanks, Frank April 29, 1 896-casket-0l 7.C0. 

Sherrow, Albert i:ovenber 23, 1 895-casket-012.OO. Charged to 

account of James H. Sherrow by mistake. 

Sherrow, Albert SeT^tenber 26, 1897-childs casket-C8.50. 

Shoults, Sherman---AT5ril 23, 1897-coffin and box-$18.00. 

Shoults, V/illiam October 25, 1899-casket-330.00. 

Slaughter, George December 4-, 1897-a casket and box-$25.00. 

Smedley, Byrum. Estate January 25, 1 900-casket-335 .00. 

Smedley, Gilda Estate February 28, 1900-casket and box-C4-0.00. 

Paid for by Thomas Smedley. 
Smith, John September 29, 1899-casket and box-;o0.00. laid for 

by I.Irs. Smith. 

Stanley, Levi iTover.ber 28, 1898-casl:et and box-C30.00. 

Stansbery, Lem Estate September 10, 1896-coffin and box-025.OO. 

$10.00 raid by Mrs. John Strattan. 

Strattan, David June 22, 1901 -casket and box-v20.00. 

Strattan, Seth October 2, 1S99-casket and robe for Joseph 7/alker - 

S36.00. 

Stuart, John Ilovem.ber 1, 1 899-casket-s;;i 6.00. 

Stuart, John-— I,!ay 25, 1901 -casket and robe-$37.00. 

Stuart, ililles October 6, 1898-casket and robe-022.00. 

Suddreth, Ed July 11, 1 901 -casket-Cl 0. 00. 

Suter, Samuel ?. Estate July 10, 1 900-robe by James Dawson-C4 .50. , 

Paid by John Armistrong. 

Sweeney, James February 6, 1901 -small casket-08.OO. 

Sv/eeney, Ja.mes July 25, 1901 -casket and robe for I;!rs . Barrett -$33. 

Talbott, Fran]-: Estate December 18, 1896-^50.00. 

Tailor See Franlc Brewer account. 

Taylor, lev/is Decem/oer 22, 1S99-robe for his mother-G4. 50. 

Thom.-Dson, Harve I.Iarch 6, 1 900-casket«Ol 7. 00. 

Trabue, Oastillian Septer:ber 14, 1 697-casket-v25 . 00. 

Yellom, Lee Inarch 9, 1896-robe for Ben ITeideff £r -.:;5. 50. 

Vellom, Lee January 10, 1 900-robe for Tit Zellart (?)-^3.00. 

Vellom, Lee January 14, 1 900-robe for Nichols 02 1. 

Yellom., Lee February 4, 1 900-robe for Kichards "( ?) . 

Vellom., Lee February 4, 1 900-robe for Furg uson . 

Voyles, V/llliam (Logan's son) I.Iarch 28, 183o-coff in-^5 .00. 

V/ade, John B. April 7, 1901 -casket for ^Tilliam V/ade's child-$10. 

'«7alker, Joseph See Seth Strattan account. 

Y/alraven, Evan See I.Ierret R. Nicholson account. 

ffesner, Bish I.Iarch 11, 1896-coffin oy Sol r.yers -CS.OO. 

V^esner, Bish I.Iarch 6, 1899-casket-05 • 90. 

'.Teener, llrs . See Tip Brown account. 

V/heeler, Ed June 24', 1898-casket and box-v25.20. 

Yrneeler, Richard Senior Estate October 10, 1 S97-cof f in-555 • 00. 

V/heeler, Richard March 26, 1396-coffin and box-S3.00. 

V/'heeler, Richard January 4, 1698 — casket and box-i8.00. 

V/ilcox, Lon July 18, 1 90C-casket-850.00. 

'.('ilkins, John December 11, 1c96-robe for E. Link-Paid for by 

:irs. D. V/ilkins. 
';Yilkins, Mrs. Daniel — -A- ril 4, 1 900-casket-.:50.00. 
\7ilkins, Thor.as ::ovember 27, 1 900-cacket-.,31 1 • 00. 



\/illiams See L'lath Robertson accoimt. 

IJxlson See Bud Brown account. 

Wilson, Alexander Estate I.iarch 7, 1897-corfin and box-$20.00. 

Paid for by George V/ilson, 

VZin'^ler See Jackson Childers account. 

Vr'ires, Curt July 9, 1S96-sr.all coff in-o6. 00. 

Wires, Franl: (Lancaster) July 20, 1899-casket and box-$18.00. 

Wires, Tryounce Estate August 20, 1 898-casket-C25 .00. 

Wood, Henry ITovenber 19, 1 901 -casket-C;30.00. 

(?)Zellard, Tit See Lee Veil on account. 



STID OF LEDGER 



PART g 



DEATHS FOR THE PERIOD 1901-1933 FRCI,! W.S. TRIirKlE DIARY. 



Arnold, Samuel died Feb. 5, 1914 

Arnold, Orange died Dec. 4, 1911 

Arnold, Lorena died Jan. 9, 1518 — 70y,4m,21d. 

Alexander, Ananda J. died March 16, 1918 — 73y. 

Beck, John H. of Texas — died Aug. 2-, 1904 (?)-page torn. 

Baker, Lawrence died I.'ay 20, 1913 at Conv/ay Springs, Sunr.er Co. 

Kansas . 
laker, Isaac "Bud" — died Dec. 20, 1914 

Barnett, lurs. died Jan. 12, 1915 

Baker, Fred-— died I/.ay 25, 1911— 70y. 

Battin, Benton died I.Iarch 8, 1912 

Barnard, Dessie died A-ril 13, 1906 

Ball, Thomas died Jan. 6, 1907 

Brown, Bessie died April 11, 1909 

Ballard, JosoDh died August 7, 1912 

Booker, Sandy died Feb. 19, 1913 

Brovm, John died June 25, 1918--73y. 

Bottorfi, David K. died June 27, 1918— 58y. 

Bogle, George died August 13, 1 918— 77y , 1 1m,10d. 

Bogle, I.Irs. George— died Aug. 23, 1 918— 75y, 9n, 18d. 
Bowles, William— -died Jan. 23, 1917— 78y. 
Brewer, Elisha H.— -died June 18, 1917— 76y. 

Boon, Amit Serah died Dec. 4, 1915. 

Brewer, Elisha died June 19, 1931 

Brewer, John died June 17, 1 931 — S4y, 7m,26d. 

Bush, S.— died Arril 8, 1 932--80y,4n,22d. 

Brown, Jesse was killed August 11, 1932— 53y. 

Batt, Billie — -died Feb. 12, 1921 

Brengle, Elvet died T.arch 22, 1922 

Bilyeu, Eb— died Feb. 28, 1920— 42y. 

Brov/n, T±v died A-ril 21, 1 922--S1y,5m, 12d. 

Brown, Joshua died August 16, 1922 — 81y,8m,8d. 

Baker, Jess L. died Oct. 22, 1922--75y. 

Bilyeu, V/esley died Seot. 6, 1 924— 80y , 1 1m, 24d. 

Ballard, America died Se-^t. 4, 1924— 86y,8d. 

Boyd, Ellen Brown— died llov. 22, 1924--75y,6m, 9d. 

Brown, Janes 3. died June 15, 1933 — 85y. 

Boone, Isaac— died Oct. 12, 1 925 — 79y , 1 On, 1 1d. 

Brovm, James died Ser^t. 20, 1926 

Brovm, Tin's wife died ITov. 14, 1926 — 77y. 

Barrett, C.R.---died I.'.arch S, 1927— 75y. 
Bruner, I.Irs . -— died Jeji. 27, 1930— 93y. 

Boll, Andy died Feb. 10, 1951--65y. 

Bray, Kattie died Ser,t. 15, 1927— 70y , 1 On, 1 1d . 

Bro\7n, V/illiam---died Dec. 10, 1927--75y. 

Brown, I.:rs . Clara died Feb. 14, 1 928— 66y, 2m,1 Id. 

Ball, Frank's wife died Jan. 10, 1929--25y. 

Ball, John's wife — -died Jan. 17, 1929--48y. 

Bishop, Janes died March 10, 1931 — 70y. 

Brovm*, Deliah died March 7, 1931 — 76y,Sn,6d. 

Bush, Fred died Arril 8, 1 932--30y , 4m, 1 7d . 

Brovm, Sterhen D. died August 18, 1 925 — 66y , 1 On, lOd. 



Childs, L:rc. Ida's baby---r,:ay 15, 1901 

ChaGtain, Lieu TisGie died ilov. 23, 1903 (Mary Letitia Chastain) 

Childers, Albert— died Sept. -, 1904 (?) page torn. 

Chastain, died Oct. 15, 1913, age 55y. page torn. 

Cornwell, Mrs. Bud died L'.ay 16, 1914 

Chastain, A.J. died Aug. 6, 1914 

Chastain, T.'.rs. Jack died Dec. 17, 1909 

Cogswell, Goldie died I.larch 19, 1910, buried Claysville 21st. 

Craycraft, Kate — -died July 10, 1910 

Chastain, "Little" Sam died July 15, 1910 

Cauble, Connadore died January 10, 1911 

Cauble, Peter C— -died Jan. 10, 1911 

Clark, Frank v/as drovmed Seot. 28, 1911 

Chastain, Joe died January 19, 1912 from being shot. 

Childs, I,:rs. Lizzie died A^ril 4, 1905 

Colglazier, Doc died April 6, 1905 

Chastain, Burley died Oct. 1, 1906 

Crockett, Charlev died Nov. 25, 1906 

Colglazier, Titchell died I.:arch 5, 1 929 — 70y ,Sm, 28d. 

Collier, Leniuel-~died L'.arch 16, 1 929 — 60y, 1 On, 5d . 
Chastain, Janes A.— died April 17, 1907 

Crockett, I.laxie died January 2, 1908 

Chastain, Llrs . Sherman died October 10, 1908 

Collier, I.'rs . Eliza Jane— died Sept. 4, 1909— 69y. 

Colglazier, Charley died Seotenber 6, 1909 

Collier, Benjamin died Se::tenber 23, 1909 — 73y. 

Colglazier, Lon died December 31, 1909 

Chastain, i:athan died July 9, 1912— 41y. 

Clark, Franlc hung himself Aoril 4, 1913 

Chastain, Silas died irovem.ber 16, 1920~82y. 

Chastain, Tine January 6, 1918 — 66y. 

Colglazier, •■7.D.— died I.arch 15, 1918— 52y. 

Chastain, r.:rs . William N. died October 10, 1918 

Chastain, V'illian IT. died November 25, 1918--60y. 

Chastain, Jack died Jan. 3, 1921 

Chastain, I.Irs. Slnira died Liarch 12, 1916 — 85y. 

Cornwell, John died October 7, 1917 — 35y. 

Cook, Enm.a died r,;arch 16, 1915 

Chastain, Harry died Ar.ril 11, 1915--59y. 

Chastain, Gilbert died Aoril 2, 1915--20y. 

Childs, G.O. died Decem.ber 28, 1915 

Chastain, Cecil v;a.s drowned Jantiary 9, 1916 

Crane, Janes Orel died June 21, 1931 — 20y. 

Colglazier, Joel died July 1, 1931 --77y. 

Uornwell, Frari died Iwarch 4, 1932 — S6y. 

Chastain, Lonzo died April 24, 1932— 6Sy. 

Chastain, ::rs . Charley killed by a train I.Iay 1, 1921. 

Chamberlain, William II. died October 27, 1921 — 72y. 

Crockett, Robert— -died July 2, 1919 

Chastain, I.'.rs . Jane died A"ril 25, 1920— 88y. 

Crane, William N.---died July 3, 1923--74y. 

Collier, Saroh Ellen died July 23, 1 923 — 76y, 1 On, 6d. 

Catlin, i:rs. Liddie died Dec. 11, 1923~50y. 

Corn7;ell, John L. died January 22, 1924— c3y. 

Cornwell, Edna r,:audlin---died Feb. 15, 1 924--20y , 7m, 23d. 

Chamberlain, Charley died I,:arch 3, 1924 — 65y. 

Colrlazier, I.lrs . An:ia died Ilovember 20, 1922 

Chastain, Howard Eurrene — -died February 1, 1923--1y,1m. 



Chactain, Pete died January 20, 1 925-i27^ame3 Peter Chastain) 

Chastain, Ruth died February 15, 1 925^-1 8y. 

Charr.bcrlain, Sd— died October 26, 1923--60y. 

Chamberlain, I.'ary A. died September U, '!925~72y. 

Collier, Charlie— died — 51, 1 925— 54y,1n,14d. 
Chanberlain, Sallie— died March 11, 1926--6oy. 
Chastain, Andrew— died July 2, 1926 ^ ^ .^^^ ^^ 

Chastain, Phoebe Jane (v/ife of Andrew )-died Sept. 12, 1926-72y. 

Child, I/.rs. Kate died Seiitenber 30, 1926--79y. 

Chastain, Margaret E.— died I.'.ay 21, 1924— 60y. 
Chastain, Naomi— died June 20, 1924 — 25y. 

Crockett, Kerve died January 7, 1930--75y. 

Chastain, Oliver died A-oril 5, 1930 

Colglazier, Isaac— died A-ril 5, 1950— 77y. 

Chastain, Jacob xHice— died October 1, 1 930— 79y, 1 Oin,1 9a. 

Collier, Jane died December 50, 1928— 75y. 

Cathcart, Hettie---died August 23, 1925--52y. 

Deweese, Andersen died A-oril 6, 1914 

Duciavall, Ed died at Salem ::ovember 2, 1914 

Davis, Leander B. died at Salen November 5, 1914. 

Deweese, George died at Fredericksburg November 5, 1914 

Davis, \7illiam— died July 30, 1911— 75y. 

Dawson's boy killed himself Ayril -, 1912 rage torn. 

Deweese, I.Irs. died January 11, 1913 

Davis, Golson died February 23, 1913 

Davis, Mrs. Josh died October 15, 1918 

Driskell, Frank was fou^:d dead April 3, 1916 

Devault, Theodore— died August 16, 1921--66y. 

Davis, Andrew Benton— died December 23, 1 91 9 — 90y , 9m,1d. 

Diefcndorf, Albert died November 11, 1923— 67y. 

Diefendorf, P.D. died JuJie 16, 1 922--75y,Sn,1 6d. 

Denny, John S. died July 1, 1924 — 74y. 

Evans, Mrs. Kin died June 29, 1910 

Elgin, V^esley— -died August 15, 1 907--90y , 3n, 1 5d, buried tne 18uh. 
Elgin, Stella— died Jime 10, 1916 

Evans, James A. died Decer.ber 22, 1 91 6~67y , 5n, 27d. 

Elgin, Ursley died January 16, 1916 — 17y. 

Ellis, Martha J. died June 23, 1 922— 76y, 9m, 5d. 

Elgin, Lizr.ie died January 14, 1923 

Elgin, Caleb-— died March 11, 1923--85y. 
Edwards, Ab---died August 12, 1927— 4 5y. 
Elgin, Lillian---died December 12, 1 927--18y , 1 1m, l6d. 

Fur gas on, Johmiie's girl "oMried June 15, 1912 

Faris, OT)al Marie died January 19, 1 929--26y ,5m, 20d. 

Freed, James~-died A-:ril 18, 1907 

Freed, Uncle Jacob died May 28, 1909 

Freed, Barbrie died Decer.ber 51, 1912 

Foutch, David— died July 12, 1920— 85y. 

Ferguson, Taylor died December 8, 1918--71y. 

Freed, Emily— -died March 13, 1 91 9— S2y, 5m, 5d. 

Finley, V.i- . Cyrus died January 20, 1S'17 

Freed, Mrs. Harve died February 7, 1917 

Freed, Jacob died June 12, 1917 



Finley, Lizzie died A-ril 8, 1915 — 40y. 

Foutch, Lev/ died January 12, 1921 

Fisher, T.rs. Amanda died December 26, 1919 — 79y. 

Finley, Allen died December 8, 1923~19y. 

Ferguson, LIrs . ^ill— died July 29, 1922— 29y. 

Fox, iTilliam died February -, 1923~75y. 

Foutch, Ida Ilaugle— died Llarch 9, 1 923— 56y,5n, 23d. 

Foutch, I.'.rs. David died January 19, 1925 — o2y. 

Foutch, T^illian L.F.— -died I.:ay 26, 1 933— 67y, 1 Om, 26d. 

Fisher, Henry Wiley died February 4, 1927--57y. 

Fisher, Frank died L'.arch 21, 1 928--74y, In, 1 Od. 

Finley, Cyrus died January 17, 1932 — 81 y. 

Foster, Billie died llovember 5, 1952--71y. 

Gilstrap, Lucy C. died I.'.ay 29, 1914 — 71y. 

Guy, ylor died June 8, 1914--56y. page torn. 

Glover, Liza Strattan died February 14, 1910. "She v/as buried 

Feb. 17 and it v/as the worst snov; bliszard v;e ever had". 

Gibson, V/illiam died April 8, 1929— 90y. 

Green, George died August 14, 1929 

Gasav/ay, Frani: died T.ay — , 1913 ^age torn. 

Gould, Ethel died March 9, 1 91 9 — 31y , 11m,1 1 d. 

Gilstrap, Aaron died July 2, 1916 

Green, Kettie died July 3, 1916-t-80y. 

Gould, Hilda Jean died February 27, 1 932--8y,1 1m, 25d. 

Gasav;ay, V/ilbur died August 14, 1921 — 15y. 

Guthrie, John died I.:arch 13, 1920— 49y. 

Greenslade, Laura B. died July 14, 1923 — 60y. 

Gilstrap, Frank died SeT)tember 2, 1951 — 65y,15d. 

Gee, John died January 12, 1932 — 91 y. 

Guthrie, Mrs. Rebecka died April 15, 1 933--95y, 1 Im, 1 5d. 

Hayes, Joseph L. died November -, 1901. 

Hayes, Lorenzo L. died October -, 1902 

Hopper, Kattie died December-, 1902 

Hayes, Aunt Rebecca died August -, 1904 (?) page torn. 

Holsapple, Charley's baby I.'.ay 16, 1914. 

Hopper, Omy died August 23, 1914 — 33y- - 

Hall, Harvey died January 15, 1915- 

Himter, I.'.aiida v;as found dead in bed January 13, 1910 

Hall, Peter v;as drov/ned in Lost River near the Johnson crossing 

Jan. 13, 1910, found Jan. 16 and buried on the 17th. 

Huffman, Mort died A-jril S, 1910 

Hobbs, Dr. H.C.---of Salem died April 17, 1910 

Hancock, Dr. died January 10, 1911 

Hayes, Licoln (?) died March 24, 1911 at Mitchell 

Hedrick, Joel— died May 23, 1911— 72y. 

Hoyt, mother of Ferrel died October 31, 1911 

Hayes, -died May 1, 1912 page torn. 

Horner, Francis died February 22, 1906 — 73y. 

Huffman, Clarry died A-ril 14, 1906 

Huff, Mrs. died February 12, 1908 

Hall, John died llover.ber 10, 1908 

Hall, Peter funeral at Halls graveyard Septem.ber 11, 1910. "All 

his brothers and sisters were there". 

Hay.vood, I'.r. died July 26, 1 907-buried Claysville. 

Hall, Uncle Asa's wife funeral in Sullivan Co. I.:ay 20, 1914 

Hedrick, Murrel---died March 12, 1 929--31y, 2m, 1 Od. 



Hatfield, Jacob died February 3, 1917 

Hayes, Omer's baby died llay 2, 1907 

Hiint, Dr. died Se-^tenber 22, 1903 

Hall, John F. died Ilovember 10, 1908 

Hutchinson, Bruce died August 29, 1912 

Hobbs, Elisha~-died llover.ber 13, 1912 

Hobbs, I'artha (wife of Elisha) died December 10, 1912 

Holmes, r.rs. Josei^h L. died February 17, 1913 

Hoke, Herm.an died A-ril 24, 1920— 29y. 

Holiday, V/esley ?. died Decem.ber 23, 1918 — age 68y. 

Huff, Harrison died February 18, 1916 — 79y. 

Horner, Margaret died February 17, 19l6--78y. 

Hoar, Silas died October 20, 1917 

Hubbard, Janes F. died February 5, 1915 — S2y. 

Haywerd, IJrs . buried I.ar.ll, 1915 at Claysville at 7 P.M. dark. 

Hoar, I.'.rs . Silas died A^iril 12, 1915 

Hayes, Charley died December 7, 1915 

Hostudler, Lon died December 29, 1915 

Haley, Mrs. Blaine died December 13, 1932 — 46y. 

Hall, ITancy J. died December 10, 1920~75y. 

Huffman, John died October 16, 1919— 98y. 

Holiday, Mrs. '.Vesley P. died December 1, 1919 

Hayes, Luis died Decer.ber 18, 1919 — 55y. 

Hall, Dr. I.O.— died July 17, 1 922— S2y , 7m, 2d. 

Hayes, Lige died A^ril 26, 1925 — 6ly. 

Hayes, Orange Lem died May 23, 1933 — 34-y, 1 1m, 1 Od. 

Hayes, V/iley J. died March 16. 1893 and it snowed. 

Hayes, Martha (v/ife of V/iley J.) died March 2, 1913 and it rained. 

Hayes, Sam died August 24, 1924 

Huffman, ITora- — died ITover.ber 20, 1926 

HoD-per, Leander died February 20, 1927 — 73y. 

Hayes, Fred L. died June 21, 1 924--56y, 7m, 1 Od. 

Hayes, Silvester-— died April 2, 1930--71y. 

Hughes, "Goon" died August 1, 1930 

Hunter, John T. died April 8, 1927--82y. 

Hopping, Henry L. died Ilovernxber 8, 1927 

Hopper, Mrs. leander died December 6, 1927 — 72y. 

Hoar, Ease died January 8, 1928 

Huston, William 3.— -died March 23, 1 928— 69y,1 1m, l6d. 

Hardin, ',7illiara died Decem.ber 30, 1 928— 74y, 7m,1 3d. 

Hall, '.Yilliam A. died October 12, 1931— S2y. 

Hayes, Curtis — -died January 16, 1932 — 60y. 

Hiles, lydia B. Overm.an died December 26, 1920--56y. 

Ingram, Prank died August 18, 1929 

Ingram, Silva May died Decem.ber 21, 1915 — 30y. 

Ingram, wife of Ros died February IS, 1925 

Ingram, Mike died July 26, 1930 — 73y. 

Jones, Aunt Sally died Sept. -, 1904 (?) page torn. 

Jones, V7. died October 9, 1913. page torn. 

Jones, Frank died Xovem.ber 6, 1911 — 30y. 

Jeans, riat see V/ade, John B. 

Jean, "ffilliam died December 1, 1912 

Jones, Ambrose died April 2, 1918 — 75y. 

Johnson, Mrs. lerry died July 6, 1916 

Jones, Kenry died May 21, 1921 — 71y. 

Johnson, Josiah T. died Ilovember 11, 1921 — 95y. 

Johnson, Silas died June 21, 1919 



Johnson, Alson died January 16, 1920 — 77y. 

Jackson, Thomas died February 20, 1920--73y. 

Johnson, 0.?. died January 24., 1924 — 62y,4ra,13d. 

Johnson, Slv/ood died February 11, 1924 — 64y,9m,26d. 

Jones, Marria died January 25, 1921 — 61 y. 

Jackson, Belle died October 14, 1919 — 42y. 

King, Jefferson died I.:ay 9, 1914— 89y. 

King, L:rs. Jefferson died November 9, 1914 — 79y. 

King, Filbert A.— died April 19, 1917— 52y. 
Kilrnan, Mrs. Anna — r?died January 1, 1922 

Kelso, Mrs. David died November 26, 1923--?3y. 

Kelley, Dr. J.F.— died December 28, 1932— 63y. 

lewis, r.'iss Callie died I.Iarch 11, 1901 

Leach, Alf died January 11, 1911 

Lewis, Cynthia died I.'.ay 24, 1911 

Lemon (?), died I.:ay -, 1912. page torn. 

Lemon, E.S. died January 31, 1906 

Lev/is, Charley's girl died June 9, 1908 

Louderrailk, \T.S. died ITovenber 4j 1908 

Lariraore, Frank died February 16, 1922 — 64y. 

Lev/is, F.W. "Bud" died December 23, 1924 — 6ly. 

Link, Harry LI. died Lay 17, 1924— 26y. 

Lee, Franlr's v/iie died I.Iarch 31, 1930 

Lewis, George died A::ril 12, 1927— '65y. 

Link, Charlie died October 5, 1 927— 67y,6m, 18d. 

Mires, James K. died ITovember 11, 1913 — 52y. 

Martin, Peter— died May 12, 1914--79y. 

Magin (?), Mrs. Kattie died December 17, 1909 

Matthew, James died March 7, 1912 

Miller, Lucinda died Arril 30, 1929— S5y. 

Martin, Ben^jam.in was foiind drovmed in 7/hite river July 5, 1906. 

Monroe, Thomas died February 16, 1913 

Matthew, V/alter— -died Decer.ber 29, 1917--41y. 

Martin, Ried died January 31, 1919 — 13y,6m,9d. 

Menaugh, Eli '.7. died February 22, 1 91 9 — 75y, In, 5d. 

Mills, Richard died February 16, 1 91 6— 69y, 1 1m,9d. 

Maden, Thomas died Feb. 22, 1915, bur. Claysville 24th~63y. 

Miller, Lum died September 14, 1915 

Maudlin, Charles died February 4, 1921 — 35y. 

Michner, Isaac died February 17, 1921 — 52y. 

Martin, Ar^lla died March 17, 1922--50y. 

Martin, Rolla died December 11, 1919 — o4y. 

Merideth, Nathan died Sept. 24, 1 923--87y, 1 Om, 23d. taken to 

Illinois for burial. 

Mather, Elizabeth died Sertember 28, 1 923— 75y, Ira, 2d . 

Mills, Sam ?. died Decem.ber 31, 1923--50y. 

Mitchell, Thor.as A. died March 16, 1924 — 89y,5m,l6d. 

Martin, Hell died March died March 17, 1922 — 51y. 

Markland, Gus died March 27, 1923— 55y. 

Mather, R.?. died August 22, 1924— 72y. 

Maudlin, Joel—died January 5, 1 926— 85y, 3n, 1 9d. 

Merideth, Andrev/ K. died February 1, 1926 — 81y,13d. 

Martin, Frani: died January 4, 1927 — 78y. 

Matlock, Dr. H.J. died June 25, 1924 



Martin, Charlie died IJarch 2, 1930 — 58y. 

Maudlin, Benjamin died January 13, 1931 — 79y. 

I.:audlin, Mark died February 1.3, 1 931 ~73y,1 1ir-, 1 7d. 

Marshall, Rev. John ?/. died March 12, 1928 — 63y,4in,17d. 

Moon, Lois died March 24, 1 928—1 9y, 7m, 1 Od. 

Maudlin, Glen died April 20, 1931 — l6y,7in. 

Moon, Ivan died January 25, 1932. 

Miller, Janes F. died Se^.tenber 11, 1932— 62y. 

Madden, Lucy M. died Ar.ril 16, 1933~79y. 

McCoy, Allen died August IS, 1901 

McCorry, Grant v/as killed at Salem Aug. 11, 1914 by V/ilbur Lliller. 

McClain, Hazel died March 7, 1910 

McClintock, San died llovenber 6, 1910 

McKinney, Henry ";vas "oaralyced between my house and Claysville 

Mar. 31, 1913'. Taken to ny house and died Arr.1, 1913.' 

McIIeely, TTillian 3. died ITovenber -, 1908 

McCoy, D's v/ife "Himg herself Jan. 22, 1909 at her father's 

in a pear tree, buried at Livonia the 24th Jan 

McCoy, D. "Hung hinself Feb. 18, 1909 in James 3. Srovm's barn" 

McKinney, Henry died March 31, 1913 

McMahan, Enjna died June 30, 1924 — 63y. 

McCoy, Billie died Ilovember 11, 1926 — 69y. 

McCoy, Mrs. Irvin died March 29, 1928— 46y. 

Naugle, Charley died April -, 1904 

Naugle, Henry- — died February 23, 1911 

Neidefer, John died February 6, 1907 

Nail, Scott died Se-tenber 20, 1908 

ITall, Y^illian V. died October 3, 1908 

ITeynan, E.M.C. died January 4, 1 909--100y,1 Om,6d. 

Naugle, Mrs. Sarah V. died December 21, 1922 

llaugle. Uncle llic died Hovemiber 17, 1919 — SSy. 

llicholson, Dr. died March 14, 1923 — 72y,1m,1d. 

Nicholson, Thomas 0. died April 19, 1922--75y. 

Overman, Axiom died August 16, 1910 

Overman, Vscs . Axiora died February 16, 1908, buried Feb. IS. 

Otte, Paul died A'oril 2, 1913 

Oldham, Lucinda died March 26, 1913, buried April 13, 84y. 

Oldham, Joe died May 29, 1916— 59y. 

Otte, Mrs. Paul died December 18, 1924 

Oldham, Al died May 14, 1927~60y. 

Pollard, Sallie-— died July 25, 1901 

Perdiev;, Franlc died July 3, 1 °1 

Perldiiser, Mrs. Allen died I.Iarch 16, 1911 

Ferkhiser, Allen died March 13, 1911 

Pavy, Iloaii died March 7, 1^*12 

Pavy, Miss Alice died A^^ril 6, 1905 

Prow, Christian died January 14, 1903 — 88y,1m,29d. 

Perkhiser, John died March 20, 1929 

PhiDT^s, Robert died liarch -, 1929 

Ihiili-s, 3. H. ---died in the Ihilli^^ines A"ril 19, 1907 and v/as 
buried at Saltillo July 26, 1907- 

Pollard, Asa died Ilovember 8, 1907 

Poison, Dd killed hinself Au.pust 16, 1912 

Penn, Dan died February 18, ^^^ :> 



Price, Mrs. W.E. died I.Iay 1, 1924---65y. . ■ -. 

Pollard, lira. Curt ---died r,:ar-ch 19, 1913 

Pace, I.!rs. B.T. died !.:arch 16, 1918 — 74y. 

Purlee, Ransom V/. died February 20, 1919— 78y. 

PierGon, Ann died February 27, 1915~74y. 

Pollard, Mrs. Sinion died Inarch 31, 1915— 7Sy. 

Perl-diiser, '.Villie died Iloveraber 29, 1915 

Phillips, Horace Herjry died August 4, 1921 — 53y. 

Pollard, a.ven shot himself Decenber 6, 1921--D2y. 

Pollard, Otto Garfield died AiDril 13, 1919--36y. 

Pollard, Ray—was killed June 17, 1919 

Perdievv, James died January 28, 1920 — 68y. 

Phillips, Thomas died February 21, 1920 — S3y. 

Pollard, Ora Vade Bush died January 21, 1924 — 46y. 

Prow, Ivy died July 4, 1924 — 43y,1n,3d. 

PhilDUtt, Allen 3.— -died Ar-ril 19, 1925— 69y. 

Ihipps, Robert G. died April 13, 1925 — fc'4y. 

Phipps, I.!ay Bishop died Ar^ril 16, 1925 — 60y. 

Pollard, Manda died October 7, 1927 — 72y. 

Prov;, L:rs. Christian died August 23, 1906 

Ray, Allen -died I.!ay 5, 1914 — 75y,8m,29d. page torn. 

Roll, Rachel Ellen---died April 13, 1912. 

Richardson, James was buried April 20, 1907 at Freedom graveyard. 

Richardson, Janes (same) died April 17, 1907 

Robison, Charles G. died Se^Dtember 8, 1909--S3y. 

Roll, Thomas died March 10, 1913 

Rosenbaum, William died February 14, 1918 

Rolston, James died July 31, 1915 

Rolston, Charles Oscar died May 16, 1919 

Romine, C.R.— died March 25, 1922 — 77y. 

Robertson, Matthew died March 30, 1322--72y. 

Rutherford, John 1. died August 4, 1 922— 73ys 1m, 27d. 

Rolston, Andrew died January 6, 1925 — 76y. 

Russell, Mrs. Bill died January 13, 1925--73y. 

Robertson, Lirs . I'ath died Ilovenber 7, 1925--76y , 5m, 1 Od. 

Rolston, John ',7. died May 14, 1927--79y. 

Richardson, '(J .\I . died Se-:tem.ber 15, 1927--72y. 

Ross, Steve died April 20, 1928— 58y. 

Russell, William r^. died i:ovember 10, 1931--89y. 

Radcliif, Charley died January 13, 1932— 77y. 

Strattan, David died June 14, 1901 

SharJcs, Harold died July 17, 1901 

Shanks, David K. died A-ril 27, 1902 

Shroyer, died July 17, 1913 page torn. 

Standish, Snily, daughter Alice and son-in-!}.a\7 were killed at 
Hoopston, Illinois on July 2, 1914. 

Smith, Beccanny died August 23, 1914 — 68y. 

Stephenson, n died January 16, 1915- page torn. 

Strattan, Seth died February 7, 1910 

Sutherland, Ed died February 27, IvIO 

Standiford, Dclph died June 23, 1910 

Shoults, I,:rs. Richard died February 25, 1911 

Stanley, Bertha died June 11, 1911 } 

Smedley, Harry died July 8, 1911 ; 

Sm.edley, Cora died 3e"temccr 27, 1911 i 

Sullivan, George died" March 20, 1912 k 

Shanlvs, -Cru:.-^^-died at Jess Bakers April 15, 1912 page torn. l 

Shoults, Cordelia died Juno 16, 1905 f. 

I. 
/ 



Smedley, John's boy ran over by a wagon and killed on either 
June 11 or 17, 1908 

Stephenson, John's wife died December 14, 1908 

Saliee, Thomas' boy killed in Florida L'.ay 13, 1912 and buried 

r.ay 19, 1912 

SteDhenson, Benjamin F. died January 29, 1929 — 83y. 

Shanks, Lewis died Se^Dtember 10, 1907 

Sullivan, Joe died January 31, 1909 

Standiford, filler died Arril 23, 1909 

Stover, Abraham died September 23, 1912 

Smith, Kenry H. died Ilovem-ber 31, 1912 

Smedley, Simp died February 17, 1913 

Smith, Frank died April 12, 1913 

Stephenson, Aunt Gemmima died L'.ay -, 1913. page torn. 

Stephenson, Eli B. died December 18, 1 91 7--74y, 1 Om, 9d. 

Shanl:s, Ellen died February 4, 1918 

Stanley, T.'ary Alice died August 7, 191 8~6ly, 3ni, 25d. 

Standish, V/illiam died February 23, 1916 

St. John, Rev. I.I.-— died !.!arch 12, 1916— 83y. 

Strattan, T.iss ITora died I.Iarch 26, 1916 

Saliee, Pollie died Azril 11, 1916 

Smedley, John V/. (Doc) died A-nril 18,. 1916— 65y. 

Spangler, Benjamin died Inarch 13, 1915 

Saliee, I.'rs . Thomas died January 1, 1932 — 58y. 

Stephenson, I,:artha Ann died Inarch 1, 1932 — 74y. 

Sappenfield, r.rs. died October 28, 1921 

Stanley, Ervin died December 28, 1921 — 63y. 

Saliee, Rice died February 26, 1922 at Orlando, Fla. — 72y. 

Spangler, Krs . Ben died February 28, 1922--82y. 

Strattan, James B. died December 20, 1919 — 72y. 

Stanley, Jerome died January 2, 1 924 — 72y, 7m,1 6d. 

Stanley, Levi died I.Iarch 12, 1922 — 91 y- 

Still, Lucinda---died Arril 16, 1922— 87y. 

Smedley, M.L. died November 19, 1922 — 65y. 

Sweeney, Al 3. died February 4, 1923 — 69y. 

Standiford, i:r3 . Dof died February 21, 1923 — 69y. 

Sutherlin, John R. died I.'.arch 2, 1923 — 73y. 

Shanks, II.P. died January 23, 1926 — 72y. 

Stover, George died L'.arch 9, 1927 — 55y. 

Shroyer, I.Iarrie llaugle died August 29, 1929 — 69y. 

Sullivan, Harve C- — died October 6, 1930 — 57y, 1 Cm, 27d. 

Smith, Charlie died January 7, 1 931 — 71y, 1 1m. 

SteDhens, VZardor V,'. died IJarch 10, 1927 — 81y,5m,20d. 

Shank, Lew— -died Serteriber 24, 1927— 55y. 

Sherrow, James H. died December 5, 1927 — 87y,11m,7d. 

Sullivan, Thomas J. died January 24, 1928 — 65y,9m,11d. 

bailee, Estella died January 1, 1932 — 53y,11n. 

Tegarden, Mrs. Lottie died I.larch -, 1901, buried the 11th. 

TrirJcle, Jake died A-ril 5, 1914 at Orleans. 

Thrall, Mrs. Frank died January 16, 1911 

Trabue, Uncle Castillion died I,:arch (17?), 1912 

Taggart, Thomas died I.Iarch 6, 1929 — 72y. 

Tegarden, Amanda died L:ay 15, 1929--67y. 

Tegarden, Uncle Joe died October 11, 19C8 

Taylor, I,:iss Eva died Jan. 2, 1909 in Gotebo, Oiilahor.a. 

Taylor, Kershel died January 13, 1909 in Gotebo, Oklahoma ?-r.d 

was buried at Salt ill o Jan. 17, "very icy and bad". 
Todd, Harrison—died Feb. 9, 1S09, ^^^ried the 11th. 
Thonuson, Fletcher— died April 19, 191^ 



Tar:c?-rt, Robert LI. died Ilovenber 12, 1920 — 50y. 

Thacker, Ployd died Arril 23, 1918— 26y. 

Tegarden, John C. P. —died Arril 4, 1917 

Trinlcle, Vivian died February 27, 1915 

Thralls, Pearl-— died February 28, 1915 

Thrall, Francis died I,:ay 18, 1915— o1y. 

Thonerson, F.Irs. Isiah died December 17, 1915 

Thomorson, Isaac died January 17, 1916 — 84y. 

Tegarden, Sam died February 7, 1916 

Trinkle, Em died December U, 1931— 58y. 

Trinlcle, Ste^Dhen died A^ril 16, 1921 68y. 

Trinkle, Henry F. died Ser-tember 27, 1921 — 33y. 

Trinl:le, baby of Paris died October 20, 1921. 

Tegarden, T.A. (of Kansas) died October 51, 1921--50y. 

TrirJ-zle, Eva Bell died ::ay 30, 1919--39y. 

Trinlrle, baby of Paris died Jajiuary 19, 1924 

Trinlrle, William S. died June 25, 1 922— 67y , 5m, 27d. 

Trinkle, John died October 31, 1922 — S4y,6m,14d. 

Trinlcle, Jonathan died at C-3urg Aug. 20, 1922 — 82y,lOm,24d. 

Trin]:le, William died June 22, 1 927— 91y, 6m, 22d. 

Trinkle, Henry F. died September 27, 1921--35y. 

Trinkle, I-'ary Jane, v/ife of Jonathon died Oct. 6, 1932 — 85y,7m,2:; 

Tegarden, Kiz::ie died June 15, 1933 — 737- 

Trinlcle, baby of Paris died January 15, 1926 

Tega^rden, John A. died January 25, 1927 — 65y,4m,9d. 

Tarr, Jonathan P. died April 14, 1924 — o4y. 

Trinrcle, baby of Paris died August 6, 1927 

Tegarden, Jaraes E. died Llarch 1, 1928 — 54y. 

Trinl:le, Tede died larch 27, 1928— 50y. 

Thom.as, Rachel died larch 28, 1928 — 78y. 

Trinlcle, C.F.'s wife died in Kansas lovember 5, 1931 

Thixton, James 1. died January 18, 1952 — 87y. 

Tegarden, Robert died February 27, 1910 

Voyles, died lay 29, 1914 — 64y,8m,28d. page torn. 

Yancleve, Irs Betsy lartha died September 26, 1908 

Voyles, Irs. Herbert died July 27, 1912--'52y. 

Vellom, Gennetta Hayes died February 12, 1918 — 92y. 

Voyles, Thor.as J. died February 7, 1915 

Voyles, Logan D. died January 6, 1920 — 74y. 

Vellom, Lemuel died June 5, 1922 — 56y,11m. 

Voyles, Eliza— -died April 50, 1 925— 85y,8m,1 Id. 

Vandivier, died August 1, 1950 — 76y. 

Vest, Charles LI. died A::ril 11, 1955--74y. 

Wires, LIrs. Curt died Feb. -, 1904 

V/alton, lollie was killed by a train Ap.ril 21, 1914 

V/oodv/ard, '.Vesley died lovember 1, 1914 

Warren, Oma died Se tember 1, 1910 

Wright, Old liss died January 9, 1911 

Warren, Charley was killed January 9, 1911 

Wilfong died Llarch 8, 1911 

Williams died A-^ril 14, 1912 uage torn. 

Westfall, liss Clarry died larch 51, 1905 

',7ires, O.P. -died Ueocmber 25, 1906 

Yf'ade, John B. and Jeans , Hat was both killed at i.Iitchell n; a 

train Decem.ber b, 1907 on Friday at 2 r, .m. Both buried on 
the 8th, Wade at Tabor and Jeans at Cavetown. 



Vferren, Orra -.va.s biiried Deceincer 13» 1908 

Wesner, Dennis 3. died January 22, 1929 — 74y,11n. 

Wilfons, I.^artha died iVarch 4, 1 929~90y ,1 0in,8d. 

Wingler, '.7illiam died February 8, 1907 — 37y. 

i7ilson, Aunt Julie died I,:ay 7, 1907 

Wilson, George died liovenber 9, 1917— 71y. 

Wilfong, John~-died February 27, 1918— 83y. 

Wires, Sanuel died Lferch 19, 1919 — 75y. 

Westfall, Y/illie — -died I.iarch 23, 1917— 26y. 

Wilkins, L'jrs . Dan died A^^ril 29, 1913 

Wilson, Sallie died June 12, 1917 

Wolfe, r.rs. Ellen died February 27, 1915--79y. 

Worrell, Uncle Janes died December 2, 1915 

Wires, Fran]-: died December 17, 1915— 54y. 

Wolfe, James V. died February 19, 1952 75y. 

Wires, Tut died August 1, 1932 — 33y. 

Woodward, Rhoda died A-:ril 28, 1921— 56y. 

\Yhittet, Liary L.-~died Inarch 1, 1 922— 57y,8m, 1 7d. 

Wallace, John died Aoril 14, 1919— 5 7y. 

Wilkins, Daniel died Decer.ber 16, 1919 — 85y. 

Warren, Silas died February 1, 1920— :39y. 

Wesner, lola F. died February 17, 1920 — 17y, dau of Edgar. 

Wesner, Edgar died February 27, 1920--56y. 

Wesner, Clarence died February 27, 1920 — 53y. 

Wires, William 11. died Se-^tember 30, 1 925— 51y ,1 1m, 24d. 

Wade, James B. died February 21, 1924— 85y. 

Williams, John L. died A>:ril 4, 1922— 87y. 

Wilson, Miss Laura E. died November 24, 1922 — 51 y. 

V/ade, Smith D.— died January 22, 1923— 69y. 

Warren, John R. died February 17, 1 923--67y , 5r., 1 2d. , 

Wilfong, Grace died I.'.arch 9, 1 923--22y,1 1n, 3d. 

Wallace, Denver died I.larch 9, 1923 — 24y. 

Watterson, Henry died December 22, 1921 

Westfall, Kenry died November 10, 1924 — 69y,8m,11d. 

Wilson, Thomas J. died February 22, 1925— 75y. 

\7illiams, IToble died L'.arch 1, 1925 

Wriglit, Eli— died I.:ay 3, 1925— 92y. 

Wever, I.liss Levata died June 16, 1923 — 18y. 

Hoodward, H.B. died June 17, 1923 — 63y. 

Wires, Frank— -died June 28, 1923— 60y. 

7/alton, Joseph died October 6, 1925 — 76y. 

V/ells, Dirxl: died October 11, 1925--67y. 

Wingler, Rinard---died January 31, 1 926--72y, 6m, 27d. 

Wade, Smith's v/ife died January 27, 1926 

Wires, Field died February 19, 1926— 61 y, 8m. 

Woods, I.Irs. died Se'-.tember 19, 1926 — 84y. 

Wells, Sarah died December 11, 1926 — 69y. 

Y^ells, Elmer E. died I.:ay 3, 1924— 58y. 

Wible, John I.:. died June 17, 1 924 — 71y,8m, 1 1d. 

Wesner, 3.H. died Se-ter.ber 10, 1928— 95y. 

Worrell, J.'ol died r.ay 1, 1931— 67y,6m. 

Walton, Sarah died I.'.ay 2, 1925--7oy. 

Woodward, i:ary Glover died September 9, 1925 — 37y,5m,11d. 

Young, Charles R.---died liovenber 10, 1 931 --69y, 8m, 27d. 

Zink's girl died July 5, 1921--l6y. 

Zink, James Dawcon died February 26, 1932 — SOy,6m,l6d. 



recorhs of rob ?.:orris lodge 282 

campbellsburg, iitdiana 
jtote 18, 1861 -november 9, 1869 



FOR WASHIKGTON COiniTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY r.TARCH 1972-C.C. 



NOTES A:n) HISTORY 



/A 



On May 29, 1661 a charter v/as issued by the State Grand Lod^e 
for a lodge, to be called Rob Morris, at Campbellsburg, "there 
being a number of Free and accepted ancient York Masons who are 
desirous of association together as a regular Lodge of Masons". 
The charter appointed George W. Bartlett as Master, Christian Prow 
as Senior Warden and John C. Yoyles as Junior '/harden. Thor.as R. 
Austin v/as Grand Master of the State Lodge and Francis King v/as 
Grand Secretary. In addition to Bartlett, Prov/ and Voyles the 
other charter members seem to have been Israel V/esner, Felix D. 
Badger, Benjamin A. V/esner, Elijah Driskell, J. IT. Springer, 
George V/. Bogle, Enoch B. Driskell, Henry C. Malott", Elijah D. 
Baker, V/illiam Gallahan, Henry Robertson, John Robertson, J.K. 
Lockhart, Samuel J. Goodpasture, Stephen D. V/alker. The above 
m.en were members at least before the first Lodge m.eeting was held 
on June 18, 1 861 . 

The Lodge met the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. 
From the first the hall seems to have been located above the 
general store of Christian Prov/. The Tri-County History states 
they v/ere still meeting there in the early 1880's. Dues were 
15 cents per month. The initiation fee was $15.00 and a fee of 
$1.00 v/as charged for transfer of membership betv/een lodges. 
V/hen the by-lav/s were revised on December 3, 1867 the dues v/ere 
changed to 50 cents per quarter and the initiation fee raised to 
$20.00. The transfer fee remained the same. No religous or 
political dispute v/as allov/ed and members v/ere strictly prohibited 
from moving from one seat to another or holding private conver- 
sation during lodge hours. 

On August 12, 1862 upon motion of John G. Voyles the Lodge 
voted to pay the dues of m.embers v/ho were in U.S. service during 
the Civil War. George V/. Bogle, Charles K. Cornwell and Thomas S. 
Webb v/ere all killed August 30, 1852 at Richmond, Kentucky. 
Other members who v/ere in the service as mentioned in the m.inutes 
were Stephen D. Walker (1862-3-4), John L. Maiden (1562-3-4-5), 
Francis M. Lemon (1862-3-4), Archibald Baxter (1862-3-4-5), 
David W. Lee (1862-3-4-5), Samuel W. Strattan (1863-4-5), William 
Collier (1863-4), "Van Buren Kelly (1864), Andrew J. Montgomery 
(1864). 

The information compiled here-in is not a full and complete 
copy of the first record book. It does contain all nam.es r.entioned 
in connection v/ith the Lodge, membershiD and initiation lists for 
each year, visitors, as v/ell as deaths and other genealogical 
and historical data. 



ICTEX 

Adams, James 9 

Albertson, Elias 1,2 

Austin, Thomas R. 1A 

Avery, W.R. 18 

Badger, Felix D. 1 A, 1 , 3, 6 , 8, 9 , 1 1 , 1 2,14 , 1 5 

Baker, Elijah D. 1 A, 1 , 3 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , 14 , 1 7, 20, 25 

Baker, Isaac — -6 , 7,8, 1 1 ,14,17,18,20,23,25,26 

Barnett, Ambrose L. — 10,12 

Barnett, Martin S . ---2, 3, 6 ,8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 1 8 

Barnett, O.A. 21,22,24 

Bartley, D.E.— 21 

Bartlett, Demosthenes G. 14,15,17,24 

Bartlett, George W . — -1 A, 1 , 5 , 6 , 8, 9, 1 1 , 1 2 , 1 3, 1 4 , 1 6 , 1 7, 1 8, 20 
Baxter, A. (Archihaldjji---1 A, 3 ,4 , 6 , 8, 1 1 

Beck, David 13,24 

Beagley, George 8,9,15 

Beasly, Thomas 26 

Blackwell, Cyrus ',7. 11,12,14,16 

Bogle, George '.Y. 1A,1,3, death of-5 

Boling, Silas 21 

Booker, V/illiara B. 5 

Bostic, Lindsey A. 21,23,24,25 

Brown, A.J. 5 

Brown, V/esley 9 

Caress, I.N. 18 

Carlton, Thomas D. 15 

Carnahan, V/illiam 24 

Carter, J.D. 12 

Caspar, Lewis 6,7,8,11,14,15,17,18,20,23, death of-25,26 

Chaney, Isaac 16,19 

Chastain, Barnett 11 ,12,14,17,20,25 

Child, Royal B. 3,4,7,23 

Collier, Stephen 8,9,11 ,12,18,25 

Collier, William-— 1 A, 1 , 2, 3 , 6 , &, 1 1 ,13,14,15,17,18,20,24,25 

Conklin, Hezekiah 11 , 1 2 , 1 3, 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 2 3 

Cornwell, C.H. (Charles K. ) 1A,3,4, death of-5 

Cornwell, Charles V.. 23,25 

Cornwell, Sister (Widow of C.H.) 19,25 

Cravens, Bro.-4 
Cravens, J. A. -2 
Cribb, H.S.-4 
Cutler, D.-12 

Dickard, A. -2 

Drake, leter-1 4 , 1 5 , 1 7, 20, 21 , 24 

Driskell, Elijah— 1 A, 1 , 3 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20 

Driskell, Enoch B. -1 A, 1 , 5 , 6 ,8, 11 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 21 , 23 , 25 

Driskell, Jasoer N.-25 

Driskell, Manuel 3. --1 1 , 1 2 , 1 4 , 1 7, 1 8, 20 

Driskell, V/illiam B. 23,24 

Faulkeoner, J.F.-18 

Fink, Edward-6,7,0,9 

Fordice, Dennis-6 , 7,8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 6 

Foster, John D.-1 5 

Freed, John R. ---1 1 , 1 2 , 1 4 , 1 7, 1 8 



Gallahan, William-1 A, 3, 6 ,8 , 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 5 , 20, 21 

Gillnore, Bro.-19 

Gilwick, Andre;v-4 

Godfrey, George H.-2 

GoodDasture, Samuel J . --1 A, 1 , 3 , 6 , 8, 11 , 14, 1 7, 20 

Gould, Norton-6,7,8,11 ,12,14 

Green, V/.P.-18 

Greenslade, .Villiam M. -2, 9, 18, 21 

Grimes, ciacob-21 , 24 , 25 

Gross, tJames-25 

Hammersly, Jacob A. -1 1 , 1 2, 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 24 

Hancock, Lreorge 3.-17,18,20,23,25 

Hardin, John J . -1 7, 1 9, 20 

Hawn (Honj, George H.-9,12 

Hayden, william V/.-9 

Holiday, tsenjamin F. -1 7, 1 8, 20, 25 

Holiday, nenry G . -1 7, 1 9, 20, 21 

Holler, israel-25 

Hubbard, 'William 1,1.-17,18,20 

Hutcherson, F.-2 

Jones, James H. -1 8, 1 9, 20, 21 

Kelly, Van Buren-1A,8,9,11 ,12,14 

King, Babel-18 

King, Franc is -1 A 

King, Sarauel-2 

Krut singer, Alfred-1 4 , 1 5 , 1 7, 1 9, 20 

Krutsinger, William H. -8, 9, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 5 , 1 9 

Lee, David W. -1 A, 3 ,4 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , U , 1 6 , 1 7, 1 8, 20, 24 

Lee, Finley-1 ,2, 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, 18, 20, 23 

Lemon, Clinton-4 

Lemon, Eliab 3.-2,4,6,8,11,12,14 

Lemon, Francis f.:. -1 A, 3 , 4 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 2 

Lewis, Jefferson J . -1 1 , 1 2, 1 4 , 1 5 

Little, Phinias A. -23, 24 

Linlc, Peter-8,9,11 ,12,17,19,20,25 

Lockhart, J.H. or J.R. -1 A, 1 , 3, 6 , 8, 9 

Lockhart, James-15 

Lockhart, Thomas -1 ,2,8,12,14,17,20 

Lovelace, N.-9 

Maberry, 15 

Magner, '■7.H.-2 

Maiiorney, Owen- 7 

Maiden, John L. -1 A, 3, 4 , 6 ,8, 9, 1 1 , death of -1 5 

Malott, Henry C. -1 A, 1 , 3, 6, 8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 20, 21 

Martin, Lemuel-26 

Martin, S.P.-12 

Mathe (Mathey), Adolphe-1 9, 20, 21 

Mather, Albert-25,25 

Mather, Hathaniel F. -6 , 7,8 , 1 1 , 1 3 , 1 4 , 1 7, 1 9 , 20, 23 , 25 

Mattocks, Sanuel-7 

Maudlin, Joel-9,12,15 

McColloch, James-4 

McDonald, V/illian-21 

M c v. ah .an , D e n:i i g - 4 

McFheeters, J.L.-7 



Menau.c^h, J . -4 

Miller, R.W.-4,7 

Mitchell, John-13 

Mills, Richard-25 

Moneyhan, Henry-2,9 

Montg^omery, Andrew J. -1 A, 8, 9, 11, 14, 16 

Morris, Peter-25 

Kaugle, Henry-17,16,19,20,25 

Newkirk, Isaac-15 

Nichols, Joel-15 

Nicholson, Benjamin F. -1 , 2 , 3, 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 21 , 23 

Nicholson, Thonas M. -6 ,8, 1 1 , 1 4, 1 7, 20 

Noe, David M. -1 4, 1 5, 1 7, 20, 24 

'Conner, Pat-1 2 

Peyton, Bluford-15 

PhiD-DS , McCamey-3 ,4,5,6,8,11,12,14 

Pollard, Silas -11 ,12,14,15,16,17,18,20,23,24,25 

Pollard, W.-9 

Powers, William-1,2 

Price, R. A. -1 ,2,3,6,7,8,11 ,12 

Prow, 0. (of Paoli)-23,25,26 

Prow, Ghristian-1A,1 ,3, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 

Prov/, Janes-7,12 

Prow, James 7/. -4 

Reid, S.L.-4 

Richardson, C.H. (Colunhus H. )-3, 6 ,8, 1 1 , 1 2 , 1 4 , 1 6 , 25 

Robertson, Henry-1A,1 , 2, 3, 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 25 

Robertson, John-1 A, 1 , 3 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 2 , 1 4 

Robertson, William-3, 5 , 6 , 7, 8, 1 1 ,14,17,20,24 

RosenbauRi, George A. -7, 9, 24 

Ruberson, John S . -1 , 2, 3, 6 ,8,9 

Ruberson, Rice R.-2 

Rudder, C.-9 

Sayles, Eliab-1,2,3, death of-4 

Seely, Enoch 3.-17,18,20,21 

Shryer, Zenus I,:. -2 , 3, 5 , 6 , 8, 9, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20 

Skelly, M.-19 

Smedley, Morgan-24,25 

Springer, J.N.-1A,1,2 

Still, Abram 0.-14,15,17,20,25 

Stockwell, D.A.-21 

Stone, S.-7 

Stone, W.C. or C.7/.-12,13 

Strattan, Samuel W. -1 A, 6 , 7, 8, 1 1 , 1 4, 1 5 , 1 7, 20, 25 

Teague, 7/illiam B. -1,3, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 

Thomas, A.L.-21 

Thomrison, Harvy-4 , 7 

Todd, Alexander J . -8, 9, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 1 8, 20, 21 , 22 , 23, 25 

Vestal, John-1 2 

Voyles, John C . -1 A, 1 , 5 , 5 , 6 , 7, 8, 9 , 1 1 , 1 2 , 1 3 , 1 4 , 1 5 , 1 7, 1 8, 20, 23 , 25 

Voyles, Thomas D . -1 4 , 1 5 , 1 7, 20, 25 

7/ade, James llc-^^■ ,20 ,?A 

Wade, Thomas Jef f erson-8, 9 , 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7 , 20 

V/alker, David-2 , 7, 1 3, 24 

Walker, Stephen D.-1 A, 1 , 3, 6,8, 9, 1 1 , death of-12,15 



Watts, 'I'homas J. -17,18,20 

Watts, W.W.-15 

Warren, William-1 2 

Webb, Sister-25 

Webb, T.S. (Thomas S.)-1A,3,4, death of-5 

Wesner, Benjamin A.-1 A, 1 , 3 , 6 , 7, 8, 1 1 , 14 , 1 7, 20 

Wesner, Israel-1A,1 ,3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 21 

Wesner, '..'illiam-l , 3 , 6 , 8, 1 1 , 1 4 , 1 7, 20, 21 

Wible 2 

Wilcox, A.S.-4 

Wilkins, John T.C .-1 , 2 , 3,6 , 7,8, 1 1 , 1 4, 1 7, 1 8, 20, 23, 24 , 25 

Willard, S.C.-2 

Williams, J.L.-9 

Woods, Henry P,'. -23, 24 , 25 

Woods, John R.-26 



Retiarn of Rob Morris Lodge 282 for year January 1 thru Dec. 31,186-; 

Dispensation dated the 29th day of May. 

Pield at Campbellsburg Washington County Indiana. 

Distance to Indianapolis by most direct traveled route 140 miles. 

Our regular day of meeting is the second & fourth Tuesdays of each 
month. 

The following officers v/ere elected at the stated meeting in June 
18 and were installed into office: 

G.W. Bartlett W.M. 

Christian Pro?/ S.W. 

John C. Voyles J.W. 

Israel Weisner Treasurer 

F.D. Badger Secretary 

B.A. Weisner S.D. 

Elija Driskell J.D. 

Steward 

John Robertson Tyler 

The following have been iniated this year: 

P. Lee July 8 J.T.C. Wilkins July 23 

?/.B. Teague July 8 William Collier Sept. 24 

*John Robertson July 23 R.A. Price October 23 

Thomas Lockhart July 23 B.F. Ilicholson Nov. 26 

Names of the Brethren on whom the degree of Fellow-craft has been 

conferred during this year: 

F. Lee July 23 J.T.C. V/ilkins August 13 

William B. Teague July 23 William Collier October 23 

Thomas Locl:hart August 13 R.A. Price November 12 

>tJohn Robertson August 13 B.F. Nicholson December 10 

Names of Master Masons initiated this year and not included in 
list of members : 



F. Lee August 13 V/illiam Collier Nov. 12 

Wm. B. Teague August 13 R.A. Price December 

J.T.C. Wilkins August 27 B.F. Nicholson Dec. 24 
>-John Robertson August 27 

List of m.embers admitted from, other l)0dges: 
Elob Sayles October 8 

List of members Dem.itted: (moving mem/bership to another Lodge) 
J.N. Springer August 22 

List of Applicants rejected: 
V^illiam. Powers Decem/oer 24 
Elias Albertson December 24 

List of mem.bers not including any for v/hom an initiation fee has 
been paid this year: 

G.W. Bartlett Benjamin Weisner Elija Driskill 

Christian Prow e.B. Driskill S.D. ".Valker 

John 0. Voyles John Robertson Elob Savles 

Isreal Weisner G.V/. Bogle 

F.D. Badger Henry Malott 

D. Baker S. Goodpasture 

William Weisner J.F. Lockhart 



NOTES FROM TlSETINGS OF 1861 

June 18 first meeting. Officers appointed and committee 

appointed to frame the by-laws. 

June 25 Visitor E.S, Lemon of Livonia Lodge 206. Petitions 

for membership from F. Lee and George H. Godfrey read. 

duly 8 Visitors F. Hutcherson and E.S. Lemon of Livonia Lodge.. 

Petitions for membership from John Ruberson, Thomas i.oci-Aart 
and J.T.C. Wilkins . v^Iote : The petition of George H. Godfrey 
was reported favorably at this meeting but not mentioned after 
this. ne evidently withdrew the petition.) 

July 23 "visitors nenry Moneyhan and E.S. Lemon of Livonia jjodge. 

Petition of Bro. Elab Sayles, a Master Mason, late a member of 
Genesee Lodge 208, New York was read. The treasurer was autho- 
rized to loan Henry Robertson $15. for sixty days. The Master 
v/as authorized to draw $10. from the treasury to purchase a 
master carpet for the lodge. 

August 13 Visitor A. Lickard of Charity Lodge 30, V/ashington, In 

August 22 Vote of thanlis given to J .Yu Springer. 

August 27 Called meeting for the purpose of issueing demit to 

J.N. Springer. Visitors present were ''I.E. Magner, F. Hutchersc 

V/ible, David V/alker, Samuel King, S.C. Vr'illard and 

W.M. Greenslade of Livonia Lodge 206. Also J. A. Cravens of 
Solomon Lodge 71 aJid Rice R. Ruberson of Cedar_Lodge 161 of 

September 10 Petition of William Collier for membership read. 

September 24 Usual business. 

October 8 Petition of R.A. Price for membership read. 

October 23 Visitors E.S. Lemon of Livonia Lodge 206 and also 

Zenus Shryer of Salem Lodge 21 . 

November 12 Visitor V/illiam Greenslade of Livonia Lodge 206. 

Petitions from V/illiam Powers and B.F. Nicholson for member- 
ship read. 

November 26 Usual business. 

December 3 Galled meeting. Visitor E.S. Lenon of Livonia. 

December 10 Visitor William Greenslade of Livonia Lodge 206. 

Petitions for membership read from. E. Albertson and also 
Martin S. Barnett. 

December 24 Usual business. 

END OF YEAR 1861 



Return of Rob faorris Lodge for year January 1 thru Dec. 31, 1862 

The following officers were elected at the stated meeting and were 

installed into office June 24th: 

G.W. Bartlett W.M. William B. Teague S.D. 

Christian Prow S.W. J.T.C. Wilkins J.D. 

J.C. Voyles J.W. H.C. Malott Stev/ard 

Is real '.Yesner Tr. E.B. Driskell Stev/ard 

F.D. Badger Secretary V/illiam Collier Tyler ' 

The follov/ing have been initiated this year: 

M.S. Barnett January 14 A. Baxter July 28 

F.M. Lemon March 11 D.W. Lee July 30 

John L. Maiden March 25 R.B. Childs August 26 

C.H. Richards July 8 McAmy Phipps August 26 

C.H. Cornwell July 28 V/illiara Robertson November 25 

T.S. '^'ebb July 28 

Karnes of the Brethren on whom the degree of Fellow-Craft, etc: 

M.S. Barnett February 11 7^ T.S. \7ible July 30 

F.M. Lemon March 25 A. Baxter July 30 

John L. Maiden April 1 D.W. Lee August 1 

C.H. Richards July 21 McAmy Ihipps September 9 

C.H. Cornwell July 30 William Robertson Decbr. 9 

Names of Master Masons initiated this year and not included in lis~ ' 

of members : 

M.S. Barnett March 11 C.H. Richards August 12 

John L. Maiden April 8 D.W. Lee August 12 

F.M. Lemon April 22 McCamy Phipps Sept. 23 

C.H. Cornwell August 4 Zeno M. Shryer October 14 

T.S. Webb August 4 William Robertson Dec. 23 

A. Baxter August 4 

List of members not including any for v/hom an initiation has been 
paid this year: 

G.W. Bartlett William Wesner 

Christian Prow S. Goodpasture 

John C. Voyles J.H. Lockhart 

Isreal Wesner Elijah Driskell 

F.D. Badger y.D. Walker 

Benjamin Y/esner Elab Sayles 

E.B. Driskell F. Lee 

John Robertson William E. Teague 

G.W. Bogle John Ruberson 

H.C. Malott J.T.C. Wilkins 

V/illiam. Gallahan William Collier 

Henry Robertson R.A. Price 

iB^3. Baker B.F. Nicholson 

"THE LOVED AND LOST" i.ACTS OF I.TEMFERS WHO HAVE DIED THIS YEAR: 

Elab Sayles died June 14 

C.H. Cornwell died August 30 

T.S. Webb died August 30 

G.W. Bogle died August 30 
Names of members whose dues have been remitted due to being in 
United States Service: S.D. V.'alker, John L. Maiden, F.M. Lemon, 
A. Baxter and D.W. Lee 



NOTES FROM MEETIN GS OF 1862 f- 

January 14 Visitors S.L. Re id of Livonia Lodge 206 and Andrew 

Gilwick of Bedford Lodge 14. 

January 28 Visitors James V/. Prow of Bedford Lodge 14; A.S. '.Yilcoz 

and Harvy Thompson of Cedar Lodge 161 of Leesville, Ind . 

February 11 Usual business. 

February 25 Petition of F.M. Lemon for membership read. 

March 11 Visitor R.W. Miller of Salem Lodge 21. Petition of 

Mc Phipps for membership read. 

March 25 Visitors James W. Prow of Bedford Lodge 14; A. Wilcox 

and Harvy Thompson of Cedar Lodge 161, Leesville. Petition of 
J.L. Maiden for membersliip read. Owing to an emergency on the 
petition of Maiden the committee was required to report "now". 

April 1 Galled meeting for the purpose of passing Bro. J.L. 

Maiden, "he being a U.S. Soldier and at this time on furlough, 
and is disirious of receiving the degrees of masonry before 
returning to his regiment." 

April 8 Visitor A.S. Wilcox of Cedar Lodge 161, Leesville, Ind. 

Petition of Mc Phipps rejected. 

April 22 Visitor H.S. Crib of New Albany Lodge 39. 

May 15 Usual business. 

June 10 Election of officers. 

June 15 Called meeting for the purpose of "paying the last tokens 

of respect to the memory of our deceased Bro. Eliab Sayles, v/ho 
departed this life on friday evening June 15th 1862." Visitors 
James V/. Prow of Bedford Lodge, E.S. Lemon of Livonia Lodge, 
A.S. Wilcox and Harvy Thompson of Cedar Lodge of Leesville. 
"Then repaired to the residence of our deceased Bro. v/here a 
funeral sermon was delivered by the Rev. Clinton Lemon. After 
which repaired to the place of interment, the W. Master conduct- 
ing the ceremony, after which the members dispersed". 

June 24 Visitors Dennis McMahan of Salem Lodge and James McColloch 

of Livonia Lodge. Bro. L. Menaugh dedicated the lodge and then 
installed the officers. 

July 8 Visitor E.S. Lemon of Livonia Lodge. 

July 22 usual business. 

July 28 Called meeting for the purpose "of acting on the petitions 

of A. Baxter, G.H. Cornwell and T.S. V/ebb, they having entered 
in the U. States service and v;ishing to have the degrees of 
masonry confered upon them before leaving home". Visitor Bro. 
Cravens of Martinsburg Lodge 237. 

July 30 Called meeting for the purpose of confering the degrees 

upon A. Baxter, G.H. Cornwell, T.S. 'iVebb, also for the purpose 
of acting on the -petition of David Lee, "he also having entered 
the U.IT. States Service". 

August 2 walled meeting for the purpose of confering the second 

degree upon David Lee. ietition of R.B. Child for membership 
read. 



s- 

August 12 Petition of McAray Phipps for membership read. Motion 

of Bro. J.C. Voyles that the lodge remit the dues of the members 
of the lodge in the U.N. States services until their return home. 

August 26 usual business. 

^September 9 "Resolve that a committee be appointed to draft 

resolutions in token of respect of our worthy brothers G.W. Bogle, 
C.H. Cornwell and T.S. V/ebb who fell in Battle at Richmond, 
Kentucky. Resolve that a committee be appointed to accertain 
whether the bodies of our worthy deceased Brothers G.V/. Bogle, 
C.H. Cornwell and T.S. Vr'ebb could be had for interment". 

September 23 Usual business. 

October 14 Petition of W.B. Booker for membership read. Petition 

of Bro. Zeno M. Shryer of Salem Lodge for membership transfer. 

October 28 Petition of William B. Booker for membership denied. 

November 11 Petition of A.J. Brov/n for membership read. Also 

same from William Robertson. 

November Called meeting for the purpose of procuring the bodies 

of our worthy deceased brothers Bogle,- Cornv/ell and T.S. V/ebb 
who fell at the battle of Richmond, Ky. Bro. J.C. Voyles was 
appointed to visit Richmond Ky to procure the bodies if possible ._ 

November 25 Petition of A.J. Brown rejected. 

December 9 The report of Bro. J.C. Voyles: "To the W. Master, 

Wardens &■ Brethern of Rob Morris Lodge No. 282, having been 
appointed by the Lodge to visit the battle field at Richmond Ky. • 
to recover the bodies of our beloved Bros. G.W. Bogle, C.H. 
Cornwell and T.S. V/ebb who fell in battle there on the 3Cth of 
August 1862, Beg leave to make the follov/ing report: 'I visited 
the battle field on the 21st day of November and found that the 
bodies had been bviried so near the surface that hogs had dis- 
intered them and so mutilated their bodies that they could not 
be recognized'. My expenses was as follows: $6.85 for rail 
road and stage fare to Richmon.d, Ky. $5-55 for boarding and 
lodging. 50 cents for horse hire and $6.85 for return rail roai 
and stage fare." 

Decem.ber 23 Usual business. 



mU) OF YEAR 1862 



Return for year January 1 through December 31, 1863: 

The following officers were elected and installed June 24-: 



Christian Prow 
John C. Voyles 
F.D. Badger 
Israel V/esner 
J.T.C. Wilkins 



W.M. 

S.W. 

J.W. 

Tr. 

Sec. 



William Gallahan S.D. 

E. Driskell J.D. 
-M*9T-Hal©%* Ud out) Steward 

B.A. V/esner " 

F. Lee " 
McAmy Phipps Tyler - 



The following have been initiated this year: 

N. Gould May 12 T.M. Nicholson July 28 

I. Baker r.!ay 12 E. Pink Sept. 8 

Dennis Fordice May 28 L. Casper Dec. 22 

S.W. Strattan July 28 N.P. Mather Dec. 22 

Names of brethern elected to Fellow-Craft this year: 



N. Gould 
I. Baker 
D. Fordice 



May 28 
June 2 
June 2 



S.W. Strattan 
T.M. Nicholson 
E. Finic 



Master Masons initiated 



N. Gould 
I. Baker 



June 2 
June 23 



Aug. 1 
Aug. 11 
Sept. 22 

this year and not included in member list: 
S.V/. Strattan August 4- 
T.M. Nicholson September 22 



List of members admitted from other Lodges: 
E.S. Lemon August 25 



st of members: 
G.W. Bartlett 
G. Prow 
J.C. Voyles 
I. Wesner 
F.D. Badger 
B. Wesner 
E.B. Driskell 
J. Robertson 
H.C. Malott 
William Gallahan 
H. Robertson 

D. Baker 
William Wesner 
S. Goodpasture 
J.K- Lockhart 

E. Driskell 
S.D. Walker 



F. Lee 

William B. Teague 
J. Ruberson 
J.T.C. Wilkins 
W. Collier 
R.A. Price 

Nicholson 

Lemon 

Maiden 

Barnett 

Lemon 
A. Baxter 
C.H. Richards 
D.W. Lee 
McAmy Phipps 
Zeno M. Shryer 
William Robertson 



B.F, 
E.S. 
J.L. 
M.S. 
F.Ii' 



List of members whose dues are remitted by reason of being in the 

United States service: 

S.D. Walker D.W. Lee 

J.L. Maiden S.W. Strattan 

F.M. Lemon William Collier 

A. Baxter 



NOTES FROr.' T.SETINGS OF 1863 
January 13 Visitors: J.L. McPheeters, D. Walker and S. Stone 

of Livonia Lodge 206. 

January 27 Visitor: R.K. Miller of Salem Lodge 21. 

February 10 — Usual business. 
February 25 — Usual business. 

March 10 Usual business. 

March 24 Visitor: Samuel Mattocks of Lodge No. 

May (no date) Petitions for membership from N. Gould, Dennis 

Ford ice andC^^-'^ci Baker. 

May 12 Usual business. 

May 28 Visitor: Harvy Thompson of Cedar Lodge 161 of Leesville. 

On motion of Bro. R.A. Price, Resolved to refund to R.B. Child 
ten dollars, he having been duly rejected to take the Fellow- 
Crafts ic Master Masons degrees. 

May 26 Visitor: Bro. Prow of Salem Lodge. 

Note : No meetings are given with April dates, but it would 
seem that at least two of the meetings in "May" were actually 
held in April. 

June 2 called meeting. Visitor: Prow of Salem Lodge 21. 

(This meeting held at 7: P.M.) 

June 2 (5:P.M.) Election of officers. Petition of Owen Mahorney 

for membership mentioned, but not in earlier records. 

July 28 Petition of S.V/. Strattan for membership read. On 

motion of William Robertson the petition of Owen Mahorney was 
withdrawn by consent of the lodge. On motion of J.T.C. V/ilkins 
to alter the by-laws so as to meet once a month, say the second 
Tuesday in each month, was laid over until our next regular 
meeting for debate. 

August 1 Called meeting for usual lodge business. 

August 4 Usual business. 

August 11 Petition of Eliab S. Lemon for membership read. Note 

is made of v15. received on petition from George A. Rosenbaun. 

August 25 Committee to whom was referred the petition of G.A, 

Rosenbaum asks for more time. Petition of Edward Fini: mentior.ec. 

September 8 Usual business. 

September 22 Committee on the petition of George Rosenbaum asked 

to be discharged which was granted and a new one appointed. 

October 13 usual business. 

October 27 Petition of George Rosenbaum rejected. 

November 11 Motion of J.C. Voyles to refund 315. to Rosenbaum. 

November 25 Usual business. 

December 8 Petitions of L. Casper and N.P. Mather read. 

December 22 Motion of J.C. Voyles to appoint a committee to 

purchase a set of Jew (?) and four leather aprons. Motion of 
B. V/esner to purchase one dozen suit boxes and some hooks. 



Report of year January 1 throuf;h December ?1 , 1864: 



The following officers were elected and installed June 24 

nv_,-_^--__ ^ m ,, George W. Bartlett S.L. 

Enoch B. Driskell J.D. 
Finly Lee Steward 

Stephen Collier Steward 
William Collier Tyler 



W.M. 

S.W. 

J.W. 

Tr. 

Sec. 



Christian Prow 
John C. Voyles 
Felix D. Badge 
Israel V/esner 
Lewis Casper 

The following have been initiate 
Peter Link Feb. 9 
V.B. Kelly Feb. 12 
Stephen Collier March 8 
A.J. Todd June 28 



'd this year: 

A.J. Montgomery July 12 
U-eorge Beagley July 26 
William H. Krutsinger oe-C't.27 
T.J. Wade Sept. 27 

Nam.es of Brethren on v/hom the degree of Fellow Craft v/as conferred: 



Lewis Casper 
N.P. Mather 
V.B. Kelly 
Peter Link 
Stephen Collier 



Jan. 12 
Jan. 12 
Feb. 12 
Feb. 12 
March 22 



A.J. Todd July 12 
A.J. Montgomery July 16 
William E. Krutsinger IIov 
T.J. V/ade Dec. 



July 2i 
Krutsinger Dec. 
December 



Names of Master Masons initiated this year n ot in list of menb 
Van Buren Kelly Feb. 12 A. J.. Todd 
Peter Link March 8 V/illiam PI 
Stephen Collier April 12 T.J. Wade 
A.J. Montgom.er^'- July 16 

Names of Master Masons raised this year-initiated in previous year 
Lewis Casper Jan. 26 Thomas Lockhart Feb. 23 

N.P. Mather Jan. 26 Dennis Fordice Mar. 8 

List of Members : 
G.W. Bartlett 
C. Prow 
J.C. Voyles 
Israel V/esner 
F.D. Badger 
B.A. Wesner 
E.B. Driskell 
John Robertson 
H.C. Malott 
William Gallahan 
H. Robertson 
E.D. Baker 
William Wesner 
S.J. Goodnasture 
Elijah Driskell 
S.D. Walker 
Finly Lee 
William B. Teague 
J.T.C. W ilk ins 
William Collier 



R.A. 
B.F. 



Price 
Nicholson 
E.S. Lemon 
J.L. Maiden 
M.S. Barnett 
F.M. Lemon 
A. Baxter 
C.H. Richards 
D.W. Lee 
McAmy Phipps 
Zenus M. Shryer 
William Robertson 
Norton Gould 
Isaac Baker 
S.W. Strattan 
T.M. Nicholson 
Lewis CasDer 
N.P. Mather 
Thomas Locl-ihart 
Dennis Fordice 



List of members m.oved to other Lodges: 

John S. Ruberson Feb. 9 J.R. Lockhart Dec. 13 

Edward Fink June 28 

List of members whose dues were remitted because of being in the 
United States Military Service: S.D. '.Valker, J.L. Maiden, F.M. 
Lemon, A. Baxter, D.V/. Lee, S.W. Strattan and William: Collier. 
Note : V.B. Kelly and A.J. Montgomery were both soldiers in the 
U.S. Army at the time tliey v/ere initiated, passed and raised. 



KOTES FROM N^EETINGS OF 1864 



f 



January 12 Petition of C. Rudder for membership read. 

January 26 Visitors; W. Brown and J. Maudlin of Livonia Lodge. 

Petitions of W. Pollard and P. Link: for menbership read. The 
petitions of C. Rudder and W. Pollard were rejected. 

February 9 Visitors: G.H. Hon of Orleans and William W. Hayden 

of Palmira Lodge 18. Demit for John Ruberson granted. The 
petitions of William K. Krutsinger and N. Lovelace read. 

February 12 Called meeting. Petition for membership read from 

V.B. Kelly. 

February 23 Visitor: J. I.:audlin of Livonia. Petition read for 

membership from Stephen Collier. 

March 8 Visitors: H. Moneyhon and Joel Maudlin of Livonia. 

Petition of II. Lovelace rejected. On motion a comm.ittee of 

one was appointed to purchase a medal for the ex W.M. G. Bartlet- 

and ex Sec. F.D. Badger. 

March 22 Usual business. 

April 12 Visitors: William Greenslade and M. Murphy of Livonia. 

April 26 Usual business. 

May 10 Usual business. 

June 14--Petition for membership from Alex J. Todd. Election of 
officers. Committee on charity appointed. 

June 28 Visitor: Jam.es Adams of Solomon Lodge 71, Hardinsburg. 

Petition of Andrew J. Montgomery for membership read. Demit 
granted to Edward Fink. On motion of J.C. Voyles it was re- 
solved to ventilate the Lodge room. 

July 12 Visitors: J.L. 'Williams of Paoli Lodge 119 and Wesly 

Brown and Joel Maudlin of Livonia Lodge 206. Petition from 
George Beagley for m.em.bership read. Resolved that the Secretary 
forward Brother J.L. Maiden a certificate of being in good 
Masonic standing in the Lodge. 

July 16 Called m.eeting. 

July 26 Visitors: Wesly Brown and Joel Maudlin of Livonia. 

August 9 Expenses allov/ed for venting the Kail and procuring 

aprons . 

August 25 usual business. 

September 13 G.W. Bartlett reports that he left the lodge on 

account of sickness and not through any contem.pt for the lodge. 
Petition of G.A. Rosenbaum for membership read. Also petitions 
from William H. Krutsinger and T.J. Wade. Petition of S.D. 
Walker for a Diplom.a which v/as granted. 

Septem^ber 27 Usual business. 

October 11 letition of G.A. Rosenbaum rejected. Petition of 

William J. Krutsinger to second degree rejected. Also T.J. Waie. 

October 25 Usual business. 

November 8 Usual business. 



10 j 

November 22 Z.:,^. Shryer, cited for non-attendance, stated his 

sons were in the army and his family v/ere imv/illing to stay at | 

home at night without him, that he wishes to attend and will, | 

whenever he can leave his family. | 

December. 13 Bro. C Prow presented an account for coal oil and | 

sundry articles to the amount of S4-.90. All dues paid to this | 

Lodge by J.R. Lockhart ordered refunded because they rightly { 

belong to Solomon Lodge 71 of Hardinsburg. - \ 

December 27 Account from Christian Prow for 34-8. for lodge rent | 

paid. Petition of Ambrose L. Barnett for membership read. [ 

( 

ElTD OF YEAR 1864 \ 

\ 



REPORT FOR YEAR JAIIUARY 1 THROUGH DECE.VBER 31, 1863 

The following have been initiated this year: 

Cyrus W. Blackwell Feb. 28 Manuel B. Driskell June 2 

Jefferson J. Lewis Mar. 28 Barnett Chastain July 25 

Jacob A. Hamnersly April 11 Silas Pollard Oct. 11 

Hezekiah Conklin June 13 John R. Freed Oct. 24 

Names of Brethren on whom the degree of Fellow Craft conferred: 

Cyrus W. Blackwell Mar. 14 Manuel B. Driskell July 25 

Jefferson J. Lev/is April 25 Barnett Chastain Aug. 22' 

Jacob A. Harcersly April 25 Silas Pollard Nov. 14 

Hezekiah H. Conlclin July 25 John R. Freed Nov. 14 

Names of Master Masons 
Cyrus W, Blackwell 
Jefferson J. Lewis 
Jacob A. Hamersly 
Manuel B. Driskell 

List of membership: 
G.W. Bartlett 
C. Prow 
J.C. Voyles 
Israel V/esner 
F.D. Badger 
B.A. V/esner 
E.B. Driskell 
John Robertson 
H.C. Mallott 
William Gallahan 
H. Robertson 
E.D. Baker 
William V/esner 
S.J. Goodpasture 
Elijah Driskell 
Finly Lee 
J.T.C. Wilkins 
William Collier 
B.F. Nicholson 
E.S. Lemon 
M.S. Barnett 

" THE LOYED ATH) L 03T"--- ?,:EMBERS WH O HAVE DIED THIS YEAR: 

Stephen D. Walker (date not given) announced at Jan. 10 meeti 

John L. Maiden December 9 

List of m.embers moved to other lodges: 
Francis r.. . Lemon March 14 
btephen Collier Aug. 22 
K.A. Price Oct. 24 

iiist of those suspended for other causes: 
William B. Teague December 2$ 

List of members whose dues are remitted due to military service: 
A. Baxter 
D.W. Lee 
J.L. Maiden 
S.W. St rat tan 



install and not included, on membership 1; 

April 25 Hezekiah H. CorJ<:lin Aug. 

May 9 Barnett Chastain Oct. 

May 9 Silas Pollard Nov. 

Aug. 8 John K. Freed Nov. 

A. Baxter 

C.H. Richards 

D.W. Lee 

M.C. Phipps 

Z.M. Shryer 

William Robertson 

Norton Gould 

Isaac Baker 

S.W. Strattan 

T.M. Nicholson 

Lewis Casper 

N.P. Mather 

Thomas Lockhart 

Dennis i^'ordice 

V.B. Kelly 

Peter Link 

A.J. Montgom.ery 

A.J. Todd 

William. H. Krutsinger 

T.J. Wade 



NOTES FROM 1\:ESTINGS OF 1S65 ' 

January 10 The death of Bro . Stephen D. V/alker v/as announced. 

January 24 Petition of Cyrus W. Blackwell for membership read. 

Petition of A.L. Barnett for membership was withdrav/n. 

February 14 Visitor: James Prow of Salem Lodge 21. 

February 28 Visitor: Joel Maudlin of Livonia lodge 206. 

March 14 Visitors: George Hawn of Orleans Lodge 153 and V/. C.- 
Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. Petition of J. A. HaFimersly for 
membership v;as read, also one from J.J. Lev/is. On motion of 
J.C. Voyles it was resolved that the Lodge employ Brother 
G.V/. Bartlett to procure the photographs of all the deceased 
Brethren of this Lodge if the same could be done conveniently. 
Demit granted to Francis M. Lem.on. 

March 28 A petition signed by F.M. Lemon, F.D. Badger, McCam.y 

Phipps, C.H. Richards, Norton Gould, W.C. Stone, E.S. Lemon, 
John Robertson and V.B. Kelly praying for a recommendation of 
this Lodge to the Grand Master for the purpose of organizing 
a Lodge at Saltilloville , Ind . was then read and granted. 

April 9 Called m.eeting for the purpose, of "paying the last 

tokens of respect to the miemory of our deceased Brother S.D. 
Walker. The Lodge attended public v/orship concluding with the 
usual Masonic ceremonies". 

April 11 Visitors: C.7/. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge; D. Cutler 

and Pat 'Conner of Temple Lodge 47, Greencastle, Ind. and 
John Vestal and J.D. Carter of Orleans Lodge 153- Petition 
of William Warren for membership read. 

April 25 Visitor: C.W. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. 

May 9 Visitor: C.Vr\ Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. Petition of 

William V/arren for meribership denied. Petition of H. Conklin 
for membership read. 

May 23 Usual business. 

June 13 Petition of M.B. Driskell for mem.bership read. Election 

of officers. 

June 27 Visitor: C.W. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. Petition 

of Barnett Chastain for membership read. 

July 11 Visitor W.C. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. 

July 25 Visitor W.C. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. 

August 8 Visitor W.C. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. 

August 22 Visitor W.C. Stone of Martinsburg Lodge. Demit given 

to Stephen Collier. 

September 12 Petition of Silas Pollard for membership read. 

September 26 Petition of J.R. Freed for membership read. 

October 11 Petition of S.P. Martin for membership read. 

October 24 Petition of S.P. Martin rejected. Demit granted to 

R.A. Price. 



13 

November 14 Visitors: D.W. Walker and John Mitchell of Nevvland 

Lodge 286 of Salem and V/.C. Stone of Martins burg. Account of 
$2.75 presented by J.C. Voyles for wood was ordered paid. 

November 28 Visitors: 7/.C. Stone of Martinsburg and David Beck 

of Salem Lodge 21 . 

December 9 Called meeting for the purpose of attending to the 

funeral services of Brother John L. Maiden. Christian Prov/, 
N.P. Mather and G.W. Bartlett appointed to draft resolution. - 
"he was a zealous, up rite and consistant Mason, a good citizen, 
a kind husband an indulgent parsent in all the attributes of 
Humanity worthy of Respect in Life, Theref ore=Resolved that we 
tender to his Bereaved famally our warmest simpathy, and point 
the widow and the orphants to the wise Economy of Him who teiip- 
ers the wind to the Shorn Lamb and that our v/illing hands are 
Ever ready if in any way we can to Lighen the Burthens of their 
great Sorrow has brot upon them. Resolved, that as a mark of 
respect for our Leceast Brother vie will attend his furnel And 
pay the Last Sad rights of respect which we can to Humanity. 
Resolved, that this Lodge be draped in mouring and that the 
Brethren v;are the usual badge thereof for thirty days". 
"On the following morning December 10th 1865 at 11 A.M. the 
members of this Lodge net at the house of the deceased and 
accompanied his remains in procession to the cemetery and 
there intered them with the usual Masonic ceremonies". 

December 12 Usual business. 

December 26 Account of Christian Prov/ for $48. for lodge rent 

was allowed. Hezekiah Conklin allowed 75 cents for black crape. 
William Collier allowed S2.50 for v/ashing aprons ($1.) and for 
candles and alchol (S1.50J. 

Decem-ber 28 Called meeting. See report for year 18o5. Mentions 

that "Bro. Teague had received certain money from the U.S. 
government" . 



ETTD OFYEAR IE 



RETURN FOR THE YEAR JANUARY 1, 1866 THROUGH DECSr.IBER 31, 1865 



/^ 



The followinr; officers were elected in June and installed June 24: 



Christian Prow 7/.M. 
Lewis Casper S.V/. 
Nathaniel P. Mather J.W. 
J.T.C. Wilkins Tr. 
William Collier Sec. 



John C. Voyle 
M.B. Driskell 
A.J. Todd 
Peter Link 
Silas Pollard 



S.D. 

J.D. 

Steward 

Steward 

Tyler 



David M. Noe 
Peter Drake 



July 10 
Oct. 9 



The following have been initiated this year: 

Alfred Krutsins^er Feb. 15 

D.G. Bartlett Feb. 15 

Thomas A. Voyles Karch 27 
Names of Brethren on whom degree of fellow craft conferred: 

D.G. Bartlett Feb. 27 D.W. Noe July 24 

Alfred Krutsinger Feb. 27 Peter Drake Oct. 25 

Thomas D. Voyles April 10 

Names of Master Masons initiated; and not included in menbershi ; 
D.G. Bartlett March 13 Peter Drake November 15 
Alfred Krutsinger March 2 7 Thomas D. Voyles November 
D.M. Noe August 14 

List of mem.bers re-instated by action of Lodge: 
William B. Teague April 10 

List of members admitted from other Lodges: 
A.C. Still July 10 

List of members: 
Christian Prow 
John C . Voyles 
Israel v/esner 
Benjamin A. Wesner 
E.B. Driskell 
Henry Robertson 
E.D. Baker 
William Y/esner 
S.J. Goodpasture 
Eli;iah Driskell 
Finley Lee 
J.T.C. Wilkins 
William Collier 
B.F. Nicholson 
M.S. Barnett 
Z.M. Shryer 
William Robertson 

List of mem.bers demiited to other Lodges: 



Isaak Baker 
S.W. St rat tan 
T.M. Nicholson 
John R. Freed 
Jacob A. Hammersly 
Hezakiah Conklin 
M.B. Driskell 
Silas Pollard 
Barnett Chastain 
T.J. Wade 
Lewis Caspar 
N.P. Mather 
Thomas iiOcl-Lhart 
Peter Linl: 
A.J. Todd 
A.C. Still 



F.D. Badger 
M.C: Phipps 
C.H. Richards 
N. Gould 
E.S. Lemon 
John Robertson 
V.B. Kelly 

William Gallahan Feb. 6 
List of those suspended for 
Ker^y C. Malott Oct. 



J.J. Lewis Sept. 25 
G.W. Par tie tt Oct. 9 



'.V.H. Krutsinger 
D.W. Lee 
W.B. Teague 
Dennis Fordice 
A.J. Montgomery 
C.W. Blackwell 



Sei3t. 25 
Seijt. 25 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 11 



other reasons: 



N 0TE3 FRO?.^ MEETINGS OF 1S66 IX m 

January 9 Visitor: Joel Maudlin of Livonia Lodge. Tlie account 

of J.C. Voyles lor 50 cents for the picture of Bro. W.W. Watts 
was presented and allov/ed. The resignation of F.D. Badger J.TT. 
was received and J.C. Voyles appointed J.W. to serve until his 
successor is elected and installed. 

January 25 Petitions of Alfred Krutsinger and D.G. Bartlett for 

membership read. Account of William Collier for 50 cents for 

one broom* and $1.50 for serving notice on Teague. 

Note: The demit of V/illiam Gallahan, dated Feb. 6, inserted. 

February 13 Visitors: James Lockhart of Hardinsburg; Isaac 

Nev/kirk, John D. Foster and Thomas Carlton of Cedar Lodge 161, 
Leesville, Ind. Upon the reauest of Thomas D. Carlton, John D. 
Foster and Isaac Newkirk from Cedar Lodge 161, Leesville, Ind. 
to be recommended to the Grand Master to grant them a Dispen- 
sation to organize a Lodge at Tunnelton, Ind. and after the 
Brethren were duly examined it was resolved that this Lodge 
grant the petitioners the required recommendation. 

February 27 First mention of application of Thomas D. Voyles. 

March 27 Visitors: Bluford Peyten and Joel Nichols of Orleans 

Lodge 153. "On motion Ero. Samuel Strattan was appointed as 
a com.mitte of one to imrchase a Lamp for the Baptist Church at 
Claysville in place of one which was accidently broken by the 
Masonick Brethren v;hile attending the funeral of S.D. V/alker". 
The secretary was appointed to purchase a book entitled The 
Secretaris Special Help and Deacons Special Kelp and the Voice 
of Masonry. 

April 10 By vote V/illiam B. Teague was restored to the Lodge. 

April 24 Petition of George Beagley to take 2nd degree rejected. 

May 8 Usual business. 

May 22 Bro. G. Prow filed an account of S2. for money advanced 

to Bro. (name not given) a needy, worthy brother master mason. 

June 12 Election of officers. 

June 2a Visitors: Joel Maudlin and Mabery of Livonia. 

Petition of D.M. Noe for mem.bership read. 

July 10 On motion resolved that this Lodge petition the Grand 

Master for a dispensation to hold election to elect a Master. 
Petition of A. C.' Still, a Master Mason demited from Soloman 
Lodge 71, Hardinsburg for member^jhip accepted. 

July 24 The resignation of C. Prow S.'.V. was tendered and accept- 
ed: Prow then elected Worshipful Master. Lodge to petition 
the Grand Master for dispensation to hold a special election to 
elect a Senior V/arden. 

August 14 Account of £2.50 allowed to Silas Pollard for alcahol, 

washing aprons, candles, inl: and matches. Lewis Caspar elected 
S.W. 

August 28 Usual business. 

September 15 Called meeting. Petition of Peter Drake for 

membership read. Demits granted to J.J. Lewis and ./illiam ;; . 

Krutsinger. 



October 9 Demit granted to George W. Bartlett. 

October 20 Called meeting. Visitor C.xH. Richards of Saltillo. 

October 23 Demit granted to D.V/. Lee. Account of Silas Pollard 

for v1.55 for candle stick, candles and coal oil allowed. 

October 25 Called meeting. 

November 13 Usual business. 

November 27 Usual business. 

December 11 Demits granted to William B. Teague, Dennis Fordice, 

and A.J. Montgomery j also C.W. Blaclc-vell. 
December 25 Visitor Isaac Chaney of Salem Lodge 21 . 



EKD OF YEAR 1866 



RETURN OF LODGE FOR YEAR JA!;UARY 1 thru Dec. 31, 1S67: /7 

The following officers v/ere installed June ■24th: 

Lev/is Caspar W.M. Christian Pro?/ S.B. 

John C. Voyles S.W. Manuel B. Driskell J.D. 

Steward 
otevvard 
Tyler 



Nathaniel P. Mather J.W. 
John T.C. '.Yilkins Tr. 
William Collier Sec. 



David W. Lee 
Enoch S. Seely 
Alexander J. Todd 



The following have been initiated this year: 

Enoch S. Seely Feb. 12 George H. Hancock Acril 9 
William M. Hubbard Feb. 12 Thomas vVatts May K 
Benjamin F. Holiday April 9 Henry G. Holiday Nov. 26 

Members on whom the degree of Fellow Craft v/as conferred: 

Enoch S. Seely Feb. 2b George H. Hancock Apr. 23 

William M. Hubbard Feb. 26 Thomas V/atts May 28 
Benjamin F. Holiday April 23 

Master Masoas initiated and not included in membership list: 
Enoch S. Seely March 12 George H. Hancock May 14 
William M. Hubbard March 12 Thomas Watts June 11 
Benjamin F. Holiday May 14 



List of members admitted from 
David W. Lee Jan. 22 
John J. Hardin June 11 

List of members : 
Lewis Casper 
John C. Voyles 
Nathaniel P. Mather 
John T.C. Wilkins 
William Collier 
Christian Prow 
Manuel B. Driskell 
Alexander J. Todd 
George W. Bartlett 
Henry Robertson 
Isaac Baker 
Elijah D. Baker 
Isreal V/esner 
D.G. Bartlett 
Hezekiah Conklin 
Barnett Chastain 
Elijah Driskell 
Enoch B. Driskell 
Benjamin A. Vfesner 
William V/esner 

List of members demited: 

Martin S. Barnett March 26 
John R. Freed Jan. 8 

List of members whose dues have been remitted and reasons: 
Enoch B. Driskell--"through misfortune and 
Benjamin P. Nicholson unable to pay". 



ther Lodges : 

George W. Bartlett July 9 
Henry Naugle Oct". 22 

Samuel J. Goodpasture 
Finley Lee 

Benjamin F. Nicholson 
Zenus Shryer 
William Robertson 
Samuel W. St rat tan 
Thomas W. Nicholson 
Jacob A. Hammersly 
Silas Pollard 
Thomas J. V/ade 
Thomas Lockhart 
Peter Link 
Abram C . Still 
Alfred Krutsinger 
David M. Noe 
Peter Drake 
Thomas D. Voyles 
David W. Lee 
John J. Hardin 
Henry Naugle 



NOTES FROM f.TEETIi'GS OF 18 6? ( <> 

January 8 Visitor: J.F. Faulkeoner of Newland Lodge, Salem. 

Christian Prow presented his account for S48. for lodge rent 
ending December 25 and also S2.80 for two gallons of coal oil 
one tin bucket. Demit granted to Johji R. Freed. 

January 22 Visitor: Stephen Collier from Prairie Lodge 77 

of Paris, Illinois. Petition of D.W. Lee for membership 
was read. Petitions from Enoch S. Seely and W.M. Hubbard 
for membership read. "Resolved that a committee be appoint-' 
ed to consult the Brethren of this Lodge on the propriety 
of getting up a supper on the tv/enty second of February". 

February 12 "The committee to whom, v/as appointed to see the 

propriety in having and oyster supper Beg leave to report 
unfavorably". J.T.C. V/ilkins was appointed to purchase nev; 
blinds for the hall. J.C. Voyles, F. Lee and A.J. Todd were 
appointed committee to have the colloms changed. 

February 26 Visitor: J.^/. Jones of 7/aldren Lodge 217. Bro. 

V/ilkins discharged from purchasing blinds for the hall and 
Bro. Uasper replaced him. 

Varch 12 Visitor: Babel King of Salem Lodge 21. Account of 

J.C. Voyles for "8 under blinds at Z2. each and 50 cents for 
rail road charges" ordered paid. 

March 26 Demit granted to Martin S. Barnett. Petitions from 

B.F. Holiday and G.S. Hancock for m.embership read. Letter 
from W.P. Green was read in reference to I. II. Caress. On 
motion of Isaac Baker tv/enty five dollars was donated to 
defray expences in searching for the murderers of Bro. Caress. 

April 9 Visitor: James Jones of V/aldren Lodge 217. 

April 23 Visitor: James Jones of V/aldren Lodge 217. Petition I 

of Thom.as J. V/atts for membership read. 

May 14 Visitors: V/illiam M. Greenslade of Livonia Lodge 206, 

W.R. Avery of Mart ins burg Lodge 237 and James Jones of 
Waldren Lodge 217- "On m.otion resolved that this Lodge, 
Livonia Lodge 206 and Saltillo Lodge 138 celebrate the 
aniversary of St. John the Baptist at Cam.pbe lis burg by having 
a picnic or Basket Dinner and a public installation of officer- 
A.J. Todd, K.B. Driskell and Silas Pollard to visit Saltillo 
Lodge and inform, them, of the proposed celebration. It was 
then resolved that a committee of arangements to consist of 
seven, two from Livonia, two from. Saltillo and three from, 
Carapbellsburg. On motion all the Lodges in the county and 
Orleans Lodge 153, Paoli Lodge 119, Mitchell Lodge 228, 
Bedford Lodge 14, Tunnelton Lodge 329, Cedar Lodge 329 and 
Em.mitt Lodge of Bedford be invited. 

May 28 Visitor: James Jones of V/aldren Lodge 217. The 

committee appointed to visit Saltillo and inform then of 
the proposed celebration reported them, to be in favor of it. 
V/illiam Collier presented account for t-3.90 for paper, stamps 
and alchahol which v/as allowed. D.'.V. Lee presented account 
for ^3. for labor done on colum.ns. 



June 11 Visitors: Janes Jones of '.Valdren Lodge 217 and H. ll 

Naugle of Hewland Lodge 286 of Salem. Petition of Brother 
John J. Hardin for membership was presented and accepted. 
Election of officers. 

June 25 Treasurer ordered to pay $15. to compensate the Rev. 

Bro. Gillraore for his services at the celebration. 

July 9 Visitor: Kenry Naugle of Nevvland Lodge 286, Salem. 

Petition of C-.',V. Bartlett for membership accepted. 

July 23 Visitor: M. Skelly of Salem Lodge 21 . Committee 

appointed to draft a nev/ set of by laws. 

August 27 Visitor: James Jones of V/alden Lodge 217. Account 

of $27. for the cost of the celebration ordered paid. 

September 10 Visitor: James H. Jones of 'A'alden Lodge 217. 

September 24 Visitor: James H. Jones of V/alden Lodge 217. 

Committee on charity proposed, and was allowed, $25. for the 
relief of Brother W.H. Krutsinger, his house having been 
burned lately. On motion of Bro. Prow it was also decided 
to allov; $25. to educate the children of Brother Cornwell, 
deceased. 

October 22 Visitor: J.H. Jones of V/aldron Lodge 217. The 

petition of Bro. Henry Naugle, late of Kewland Lodge 286 of 
Salem was presented for m.em.bership and accepted. Bro. J.C. 
Voyles presented a resolution that $2. be paid to Peter Link 
for boarding the widow of a deceased brother who was traveling 
without means. Resolution passed. Bro. C. Prow presented a 
resolution to appropiate $25. for the relief of Bro. Alfred 
Krutsinger, his property having lately been burned, which was 
also allov/ed. 

November 12 Visitor: J.H. Jones of V/aldron Lodge, V/aldron, Ind. 

Petition of Henry G. Holiday for membership read. Brother 
N.P. Mather moved that as Henry G. Holiday was going away, his 
case be deemed an emergency. 

Novem.ber 26 Visitors: James H. Jones of \7aldron and Isaac 

Chaney of Salem Lodge 21. Petition of James Mc . V/ade for 
mem.bership read. Motion was made that he be accepted at half 
price, if accepted, on account of his being a Minister. 

December 3 Called meeeting for the purpose of adopting a nev/ 

code of by lav/s. New by laws adopted and old ones repealed. 

December 11 Usual business. 

Decem.ber 24 ietition of Adolphe Mathe (Mathey) for m.embership 

v/as read. Account of $'^■^8. for lodge rent by C. Prov/ allowed. 

ENDOPYEAR 1867 



REPORT FOR THE YEAR F RO?,! J ANUARY 1, 1868 TPI RU D 3CE?,: BER 31, 18 68 
The follov/ing officers were installed June 24: 



John C . Voyles 
Christian Prow 
Enoch S. Seelv 
J.T.C. Wilkins 
Abrain C. Still 



S.W. 
J . 7/ . 
Tr. 
Sec. 



Lewis Caspar S.D. 
John J. Hardin J.D. 
Hez CorJ-:lin Steward 
Enoch B. Driskell " 
David '.7. Lee Tyler 



The following have been initiated this year: 
Adolphus Mathe January 28 
James M. V/ade June 9 

Degree of Fellow Craft conferred this year on: 
Henry G. Holiday Jan. 28 
Adolphus Mathe May 12 
James M. \Yade July 28 

Master Masons initiated this year, not included in list of m.ember 
Adolphus Mathe June 23 
James M. V/ade Aug. 11 

List of members reinstated by action of Lodge: 
Henry C. Malott January 14 

List of members admitted from other Lodges: 
James H. Jones May 12 
V/illiam Gallahan June 23 

List of members : 
John C . Voyles 
Christian Prow 
Enoch S. Seely 
John. T.C. 7/ ilk ins 
Abram C. Still 
Lev/is Caspar 
John J. Hardin 
Hezekiah Conklin 
Enoch B. Driskell 
David W. Lee 
George M. Bartlett 
Nathaniel P. Mather 
Isreal V/esner 
Peter Link 
Benjamin A. V/esner 
Thomas M. Nicholson 
Elijah Driskell 
Isaac Baker 
Henry Naugle 
" Thomas Loclchart 
Henry Robertson 
Benjamin F. Nicholson 
William Gallahan 
*Elisha D. Baker 
Sam.uel Goodpasture 
Finley Lee 

Names of members demitted: 

Adolnhus Mathe Se-'t. 22 
Enoch S. Seely Oct. 27 

Suspended for non payment of dues : Z 

Dues remitted by i^eason of misfortune 



William 7,'esner 
V/illiara Robertson 
Henry C . Malott 
Samuel V/. Strattan 
Alexander J. Todd 
Thomas J. Wade 
William Collier 
Manuel B. Driskell 
Silas Pollard 
Demosthenes G. Bartlett 
Alfred Krutsinger 
David M. Noe 
Peter Drake 
Thomas p. Voyles 
Barnett Chastain 
William M. Hubbard 
Benjamin F. Holiday 
George S. Ha.ncock 
Thomas J. Watts 
Henry G. Holiday 
Jacob A. Hammersly 
James H. Jones 
Zenas M. Shryer 



II OTBS FRO!^ r.^JSTINGS OF 1868 ^ 

January 14 Kesolved that the dues of E.B. Driskell and B.F. 

Nicholson be remitted. Bro. Israel Y/esner brought in a re- 
quest for H.C. Malott asking to be restored to masonry. ne 
was then restored by vote. Petition of James '.Vade rejected. 

January 23 'Visitors: J.H. Jones and 7/illiam Gallahan. Also 

William McDonald from Orleans. 

February 11 Oommunication from Saltillo Lodge asking that the , 

dues of H.G. Holiday be refunded v/as granted. 

i^'ebruary 25 visitor: James H. Jones of Waldren Lodge 217. 

uues of William Wesner ordered remitted. 

March 10 Donation of ,'?20. ordered to be made to Peter Drake. 

fcarch 24 usual business. 

April 14 visitors: James n. Jones of Waldron Lodge. A.L. 

Thomas, D.A. Stock'.vell and D.E. Bartley of Clear Springs Lodge 
323. 

April 28 Communication from r»:itchell Lodge inviting this Lodge 

to participate in celebrating the festival of St. Johns the 
Baptist on the 24th of June at that place v/as read and was 
accepted and also public installation of officers at said 
time and place. Petition of Jam.es M. V/ade for m.em.bership read. 

May 12 Visitor: William 1,1. Greenslade of Livonia Lodge 206. 

Petition of James H. Jones from. V/aldron Lodge presented and 
accepted for membership. Account of C. Prow of 25 cents for 
candles, $1.50 for 6 yards bleached m.uslin and 20 eonts for 
4 balls of tape was ordered paid. 

May 26 Resolved that 30 palmleaf fans be procured by C. Prov/. 

June 9 Resolved that the present by laws be printed. 

June 25 Visitor: Jacob Grimes of Martinsburg Lodge 237. Held 

election of officers. Petition of William Gallahan to move 
his membership back granted. 

Jtme 26 Galled meeting. 

July 14 Account of A.J. Todd for 75 cents for washing and 

ironing 33 ar-rons ordered paid. 

July 23 Usual business. 

August 11 Mentions sickness in the fam.ilies of Bros. Wesner 

and Goodpasture. Petition of Linsia A. Bostic for mem.bership 
was read. 

August 25 Usual business. 

Septem.ber 8 Account for $11.85 allowed for printing by lav/s . 

September 22 Petition of Linnia A. Bostic rejected. Dem.it 

granted to Adolphus I,!athe . 

October 27 Petition of Silas Boling for m.embership read. Demit 

granted to E.S. Seely. 

November 10 Vli;itor: O.A. Earnett of r,:t . Pleasant Lodge 168, 

Loogootee, Ind . 



November 12 Called meeting. 

November 24 Visitor: O.A. Barnett of Lof!;ootee, Ind . The Junior 

V/arden havinf^ removed from the Lodge a petition to be m.ade to 
the Grand Master to have a special election. 

December 22 C. Prow account of $48. for lodge rent granted. A 

committee appointed to procure " a light to be placed in the 
hall near the head of the stairway on the nights of the meet- 
ings of this Lodge". 

December 29 Called meeting for the election of a Junior 7/arden 

to serve until the next regular election. A.J. Todd was then 
elected and installed in office. 



E:TD of year 1868 



SW.'f.'ARY FOR THE YEAR 1369 THROUGH NOVEMBER 9 



1> 



The following officers were elected June 22, installed June 



Enoch B. Driskell 
Albert Leather 
George S. Hancock 
Hezekiah ConJ-:lin 
Silas Pollard 

William B. Driskell 
Charles M. Cornwell 



le 24: 




S.D. 




J.L. 




Stev,-a 


rd 


Stev/a 


ra 


Tyler 




Kar. 


23 


SeDt. 


1 



*Royal B. Child May 25 
L.A. Eostic May 25 
Charles M. Cornwell Sept. 



Christian Prov/ V/.M. 
Nathaniel P. Mather S.'.V. 
Alexander J. Todd J.W. 
John T.C. V/ilkins Treas. 
Findley Lee Sec. 

The following were initiated: 
Albert Mather Feb. 23 
Linsey A. Bostic Feb. 23 
Phinias A. Little March 9 

Elevated to Fellow Craft: 

Albert Mather March 9 
Phinias A. Little March 23 
William B. Driskell April 13 

Elevated to Master Mason: 

Albert Mather March 23 L.A. Bostic June 22 

Wm. B. Driskell Aioril 23 CM. Cornwell Oct. 11 

P. A. Little Aoril 23 *R.B. Child Rov. 9 

*-Royal B. Child was initiated August 26, 1862, but did not atta 

the second and third degrees of Masonry until 1869. This is 

evidently the reason he is not listed as member on 1863-68 lists 

Admitted from, other Lodges: 
H.M. V/oods August 10 
Isaac Baker Hoy. 9 
C. Prow Nov. 9 

WitlidrfiV/als to other Lodges: 
J.C. Voyles June 22 
Isaac Baker Oct. 11 

Suspended : 

Benjamin F. Nicholson July 10 

Died: 

Lewis Caspar Nov. 7, 1869 



K0TE3 FRO!i: r.SSTI K GS OF .1S69 _ 

January 12 Account of D.W. Lee for 60 cents for coal oil and 

30 cents for one bucket was received and ordered paid. it 

was resolved the Lodge have a supper on Thursday night the 

21st and all "v/ho are disposed bring such refreshment with 
them as they choose". 

January 26 Visitor: David Beck of Salem Lodge 21. Petitions 

of Albert Mather, Phinas A. Little, Morgan Sraedley and Linzia 
A. Bostic for membership v/ere read. 

February 9 Visitor: O.A. Barnett of Mt . Pleasant Lodge 168. 

Account of John. T.C. Wilkins ordered paid: coal oil, candles, 
paper, Postage and letter, lamp chimney and salt for a total 
of $2.82. Account of Christian Prow in the amount of $3-25 
for one hall lantern was allov/ed. 

February 23 Petition of I.iorgan Smedley for membership withdrawn. 

Petition of V/illiam B. Driskell for membership was read. 

March 9 Visitor: Jacob Grimes of Martinsburg Lodge 237. Dues 

of Peter Drake and V/illiam Collier ordered remitted by Lodge. 
Mentions mem.bers D.G. Bartlett, David M. Hoe and Jacob A. 
Hammersly as absent from this state. 

March 23 Visitors: G.A. Rosenbaum of Saltillo Lodge 138; 

D.M. Walker of Newland Lodge 286, Salem; Jacob Grimes of 

Martinsburg Lodge. V^illiara Robertson presented his account 

with the lodge of $^ . for lemon crackers v;hich was ordered paid. | 

April 13 Usual business. [ 

April 27 Visitor: Jacob Grimes of Martinsburg Lodge. The i 

Tyler, David V/. Lee, having removed, Silas Pollard was named | 

to take his place. On motion it was resolved that the Secretary I 

send letters to those brethren absent from the state and j 

solicit their dues. i 

May 11 Visitor: K. V/oods of Gloverdale Lodge 132. "A letter ■ 

from Tur^elton Lodge 329 requesting this Lodge to participate ^ 

in the festival of St. John the Babtist on the 24th of June j 

next v/as read". It v;as placed on file. | 

May 25 Visitors: Jacob Grimes of Martinsburg, Henry M. Woods | 

of Gloverdale and V/illiam S. Carnahan of Perry Lodge 137 of 'j 
Lafayette. "A communication from a committee of the brethren ^ 
of New Albany, Ind . inviting this Lodge to participate in ;: 
celebrating the arxniversary of St. John the Baptist June 24 I 
next was read. It was moved that this Lodge accept the invix?."- * 
ion. The motion was lost." Lodge then resolved to celebrate 
v/ith the Tunnelton Lodge. Petition for membership fromi Morgan 
Smedley was read. V/illiam Robertson appointed to repair the 
letter "G". Committee appointed to investigate the frosting 
of the outside windows of the hall. 

June 8 Visitor: Henry M. V/oods of Gloverdale, md. Letter 

from D.M. Noe containing his dues v/as read. Resolved to re- 
scind attending the celebration at Tunnelton and the secretary 
ordered to v/rite to IVev/ Albany to "see whether or not there 
will be a special train to carry us to and from tlie festival 
at that city on that day". 



June 22 viGitorG: H.M. Woods of Jloverdale and U.H. Barnett 

of Mt. Pleasant Lodge. letition of Morgan Smedley for mer.ber- 
ship withdrawn by consent of lodge. Account of Silas Pollard 
for 40 cents for 3 pans, 5 cents for salt and ^^1 • lor v/ashir^g 
and repairing aprons ordered paid. Election of officers. 
Resolved to celebrate the 24th at Hew Albany. Demit granted 
to John C . Voyles . 

July 10 Called meeting. Visitors: H.M. V/oods of Cloverdale, 

Jacob Grimes of r,!artinsburg and Steven Collier of Prairie Lodge 
77 of Paris, Illinois. 

July 13 A Communication from 3. P. Holiday was read. "The accoun- 

presented by Brother Christian Prov/ for Brother Jam^es Jones 
as tuition fee for the schooling of sister Cornv/ell's children 
v;as received and ordered paid". 

July 27 Petition of Jasper II. Driskell for membership v/as read. 

August 10 Visitors: K.M. V/oods of Cloverdale, Jacob Grir.es of 

Martinsburg and C.H. Richards of Saltillo. Petition from 
H.M. V/oods of Cloverdale to transfer his membership granted. 
Petition of Charles M. Cornwell for membership read. 

August 23 Usual business. 

Septem>bcr 14 Visitor: Jacob Grimes of Martinsburg Lodge. The 

petition of Jasper II. Driskell for membership was rejected. 

September 28 Usual business. 

October 11- — Visitors: Isreal Holler and Richard Mills of Lodge 
158 at Saltillo and C. Prow of Paoli Lodge 119. Resolution 
passed to have a supper "next Friday night". Albert Mather, 
L. Eostic and George Hancock appointed to prepare the room 
and set the table. Resolved to invite sisters Cornwell and 
Webb of Saltillo to the supper. Demit granted to Isaac Baker. 

October 26 Visitor: Peter Morris of Salem Lodge 21 . 

November 8 Called meeting to prepare for the funeral of Bro. 

Lewis Casriar. Visitors: Israel Holler, James Gross, George 
Rosenbaum and Richard Mills of Saltillo Lodge and C. Prov/ 
of Paoli Lodge. A.J. Todd appointed to act as Marshal of 
the day and Samuel Strattan as Deputy Marshall. Barnett 
Chastain anr^ointed J.'.V. orotem. E.B. Driskell, A.C. Still, 
T. Voyles, E.D. Baker, C. Cornwell, Peter Link, William Collier 
and Henry ITaugle appointed pall bearers. A.J. Todd and A.C. 
Still appointed to see that the grave was dug. J.T.C. Wilkins, 
N.P. Mather and H. Robertson appointed to request all business 
houses to close at ten o'clock in the morning and remain closed 
until the funeral services were over. 

November 9 Called to m.eeting at 1 C A.M. "for the purpose of 

paying the tokens of respect to the memory of our deceased 
Brother Lewis Caspar v;ho departed this life on Sunday evening 
Nov. 7th 1869". "A procession was formed and r.arched to the 
depot to be in readiness to receive the rem.ains of the deceased 
Brother, Lewis Caspar, which arrived from Salem, his place of 
residence, on the twelve • o'cloclc express train to this nlace, 



where the remains of the deceased Brother was received by the 
Masonic Brethern who then repaired to the Christian Church 
where the Rever. Lemuel Martin conducted the services as 
previously arranged by the family of the deceased-after 
which the fraternity repaired to the place of interraent- 
the W.M. conducting the ceremonees after which they returned 
to the Lodge". 

November 9 Regular meeting at 7 P.M. Visitor: John R. ".Voods' 

a demited member from Newland Lodge of Salem, Ind . Petition 
of C. Prow to transfer membership from Paoli was granted. 
(This was not Christian Prow who v/as a charter member of the 
Campbellsburg Lodge). Petition of Isaac Baker to transfer 
his membership back was granted. Thomas Beasly's account of 
i;4.50 for digging grave v;as allowed. Committee appointed to 
draft resolution for Lewis Caspar "a copy of which should ce 
presented to the family of the deceased and one to the Hew 
Albany Ledger and Kew Albany Commercial and Salem Democrat 
and also the Plome Advocate at Indianapolis." The secretary, 
apparently in a lighter vein then added: "the same comnitxee 
to visit Brother Rob Morris and make some explanation to him 
concerning our failure to attend his lecture, etc". 



END OF FIRST BOOK OP ROB MORRIS LODGE 



S''^?A?TA'' TIRO'S ACCOUirT BOOK 

BOCK 7 I9O6-I9IO 

CA'.TPBELISBTTRG , IITDIAjTA 

PROVEN T7/F .-yASHIi:C-TC:i COUKTY 



The Strattan brothers (John and James E.) ran what was 
commonly called a hardv/are store in CampTDellsbiirg for 
many years. The company letterhead in 1909 stated they 
sold farming implements, stoves, tin, hardv/are, furniture, 
lumber, building materiel, etc. and also "Undertaking a 
Specialty". Alist of the caskets sold during this period 
v/a.s abstracted "oreviously and typed in a sepera.te paper. 
The original account book is nov.' in tlie possession of 
Jack L. Hedrick of Campbellsburg and is, as far as is nov/ 
known, the only one in exi stance. 



^opied for the Washington County Historical Gcciety 1971 
Claude E. Cook, 812 Sprague Road, Indianapolis, Ind . 



Attkinson, Ciirt 

Attkinson, Blanch 
Abrahams , f'ax 
Armstrong, John 
Allen, Eud 
Arnold, Ott 

Attkinson, Fann y and Arch= 
Anderson, John 
Attkinson, Otis 
Arnold, Well 
Allen, Een 
Ayers , J.W. 



March 6, 1906-SSept. 22, IQIO 

Warch 7, 1906-(from Book 6) 
March 9, 1906-Oct. 10, 1910 
'Tarch U, 1906-Sept. 17, 1910 
April 9, 1906-^ept. 1910 
Aug. 9, 1906-Aug. 16, 1910 
Sept. 17, 1906-Oct. 29, 1909 
Oct. 12, 1906-Aug. 18, 1910 
Sept. 17, 1907-June 10, 1910 
March 28, 190 8- June 4, 1910 
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March 10, 19lO-§ept. 20, 1910 



Bush, S.R, 

Bilyeu, Wesley 

"PaDtist Church of C-Burg 

Brown, Josh B. 

Baker, Fred 

Brewer, Frank 

Bilyeu, Carl 

Brengle, V/.O. 

Brown, Link 

Bogle, George 

Beck, W.W. 

Bennett, Emma 

Brown, John (of LeiDsic) 

Banks, C-eorgie- 

Eell, Charley 

Bell, John 

Bily eu, Ezekiel 

Brown, John (Henry's son) 

Brown, Alhert 

Erovm, Gov. 

Brov/n, Henry 

Baptist Church of Claysville 

Bortorff, Frank 

Brown, ''arion 

Baker, Homer 

Bush, V/alter 

Briscoe, "'art 

Batt, Levi 

Batt, Villy ^Estate) 

Baker, Otice 

Brown, Josh Senior 

Baker, Lon 

Brown, 7/illiam M. 

Baker, Ed 

Banks, James 

Bishop, James M. 

Brovm, James C, Senior 

Brown, Tip 

Brown, Tovmship of 

Brov/n. Jesse 

Baker, Bud 

Bennett, Thomas 

Bishop, Sid 

Brock, Alvis 



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M arch 6, 1906-Julv 28, 1910 

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"ov. 27, lc^'05-Sept. 19, 1910 
Ar^ril 2, 1906 
April 21, 1906-Aug. 14, I908 



Barnard. E.?. 
Batt, William H. 
B rewer, Elisha Senior (of Smed 
Baker, Jesse 
Booker, Scott 

Brown, James C. (of C-Biirg) 
Brev/er, Samiiel 
Burns, T.E. 
Braxton, Henry 
Batt, Thomas 
Baker, PTrs . William 
Baker, ?.Trs . William (Estate) 
Bono Township (Lav/rence County) 
Briscoe, Janes 

Brev/er, William ( Charlie's son 
Plevins, Clay 
Brock, James 
Brev/er, John Senior 
Brown, James B. 
Baker, Mrs. Let tie 
Ball, John 

Brev/er, John and Charley 
Brewer, John E, 
Brovm, Stephen 
Barker, J.O, 
Bortorff, Lucinda 
Baker, Ollie 
Bush, Clint 
Barnard, Clairie E. 
Brewer, Ed 
Batt, Albert 
Bush, William G. 
Booker, Stark ITev/ton 
Bennett, George 
Bilyeu, Ebb 
Boggs , Frank 
Barnett, William P. 
Eeaman, W.E. 
Brewer, Burt 

Bilyeu, '."rs . Ella and Ered 
Bradley, Ed 
Brock, Frank 
Brewer, Charles 
Bell, Andy 
Brov/n, Clyde 

Baker, '"rs . ^'ary (by James Pak- 
Brown, Arvil 
Brown, Patton S- Co. 
Barnard , Arra 
Bush, Alfred 
Burgess, Henry 
Bromer Church 
- Bush, Ilorman 
Briscoe, Virgil 
Biish, Jacob 
Bre:ver, Ad 
Paily, V/illiam 
Brown, James E. 
Braxton B rothers fof Paoli) 



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?a^rett, Charles 
Pr cvm, Jesse ''of Leipsic) 
Erannaman, Calvin 
Prannaman, Floy d 
Pallard , Joseph 
Prock, Arthur 
Bush, ?Tathaniel 
Eosley, Sherman 
Pocock, V/illiam 
Paker, Pen 
Prev/er, Vilo 
Payes , Pand 
Brickey, Prank 
Prev/er, N oah 
Provm, Courtney 



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Sept. 9, 1910 



Chastain, Alonzo 


March 5, 


Chastain, Lem ? . 


March 5 , 


Chastain, ^rra (Granville's son) 


March 5, 


Chastain, Orra E. (V.'illiam's son) 


March 5 , 


Cathcart, Milt 


March 9, 


Crockett, Robert 


March 5, 


Chastain, Ham 


March 5, 


Chastain, Harrison 


March 6 , 


Chastain, Nathan 


M arch 6 . 


Chastain",- Lafe 


March 7, 


Collier, Milt 


March 7, 


Chamherlain, ii±±± Hays 


March 7, 


Clipp, Jesse 


March 7 , 


Chastain, Jackson 


March 7, 


Chastain, Charles T. 


March 7, 


IJhild, William 


'Tarch 7, 


Chamherlain, Earl 


March 8, 


Collier, Alva 


March 8, 


Cornwall, Ed 


M arch 8, 


Cornv/ell, Mrs. Ed 


Nov. 13, 


Collier, Ephraim 


March 8, 


Clayv/ell, William 


March 8, 


Chaney, Georg e 


March 8, 


Chastain, Allen 


March 9, 


Collier, Ezra 


March 9, 


Calvert.^- Housefield 


"larch 9, 


Collier, Charlie 


March 9, 


Chastain, Pice 


March 9. 


Chastain, Stephen 


March 9, 


Chastain, Asa' 


March 10 


Crockett, William 


March 10 


Chastain, Granville 


March 10 


Chastain, Charles 


May 10, ■ 


Chamberlain, W illiam Senior 


M arch V 


Christ, W.P. 


March 1 , 


Chastain, Sher'-.an 


March 14 


CTiild, Mrs. Eat e 


March 1 5 


Child, Arra 


April 2, 


Collier, Lewis 


April 4, 


Chastain, Purt (Lafe's son) 


April 4, 


C'r-a-tain, Chick 


April '', 


Collier, John 


April 12 


Col,f:lazier , Alva 


April 20 



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Cathcart. Emory 
Child, V/alter 

Crockett, V/alt er 

Chastain, Peter 

Chastain, John (Villi's son) 

Camphellshurg Christian Church 

Camrhellshurg Stone Company 

Colglazier, Austin 

Creamery Company (Paynter ft Bush) 

Colplazier, L on 

Chamberlain, Pelhert 

Chastain, Elijah 

Chastain, G -eorge and Charley 

Catlin, Elmer and Ed (of Leipsic) 

Compton, George 

Carter, Lewis 

Chastain, Francis ft Stephenson 

Chamberlain, Frank 

Cook, Lum (of Saltillo) 

Carter, Edgar 

Collier, Frank 

Cauble, P.C, 

Chastain, Alva 

Cannbellsburg Canning Co. 

Collier, !I .P. 

Child, Harry 

Cauble, Chester 

Chastain, Silas 

Chastain, Simp 

Crockett, Jsjnes 

Chastain, ITathan 

Chastain, J ames 

Chastain, Jesse 

Chastain, John S, (Ster>hen) 

Colglazier, ?.±± Bidley 

Conners , Pr. ?■ ruce 

Cravens, Asb erv 

Chastain, William (of Saltillo) 

Campbell, Walter 

Chastain, Benjamin 

Cornv/ell, P.e', 

Crane, ''.'oses 

Carter, Cash 

CrJivens , Ben 

Chastain, Parney ( George's son) 

Collins, C.H. 

Chastain, Lem ( Grandville ' s son) 

Collier, Ben 

Calloway Brothers (Salem. 'lortuary) 

Clements, ^Ult 

Chastain, William ft Collier, Will 

Chastain, John (Nathan's brother) 

Chastain, "^rancis ft Smedley, Vack 

Chastain, Lomand 

Cauble, Virgil 

Chilf'iers, Abner 

Ch'^'.mb^^rlain, Ben 

Cooper, James 

Clements, Charley 



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M arch 10, 1909-Sept. 2, 1909 



Compton, George Jurioi- 
Cornv/ell, Pred ( Jackson' 
Arthur 
mer 



Cornv/ell , 

C'-^ as tain, 

Child, 

Chastain, Ilerbert 

Chastain, 

Chastain, 

Chilr'ers, 

Cornv/ell, 



Zora B. 

Alva (Rice's son) 

Jackson 

Lav/re nee 
Cooper, Willie 
Chastain, Fred (Stephen's son) 
Canady, George (Salem R.R.) 
Chastain, Aber 
Chastain, "Boecher 
Colglazier, '.'rs . Charles 
Chamberlain, Sallie 
Chastain, Callie 
Cornv/ell, James 
Cottongim, R.l". 
Campbellsburg Ball Club 
Collier, John 

Cauble, Virgil & Chastain, Clau 
Chastain, Floyd 
Coots , Hugh 

J) 
Triscoll, Benton 
Davis, Mrs. Lizzie 
Douglas , Robert 
Dev/eese, Mitti e 
Friscoll, Frank 
Davis, James (of Hardinsburg) 
Diefendorf, Ren 
Diefendorf, M rs . Den 
Duncan, V7illiem 
Denny, John S. 
Douglas, John 
Davis, Joseph 
Dov/ling, ?'iit 
Deweese, Frank 
Davis, Amon 
Davis, V/illiam 
Driscoll, Flmer 
Dixon, Ed 
Dal ton. Link 
Davis, Leandra 
Day, John 



Warch 2 5 


, 1909-Jan 


• 1 , 


1910 


Ai^ril 10 


, 1Q09 






June 


26, 


1 909-Aug. 


18, 


1910 


June 


26, 


1909-July 


5, 


1910 


July 


9, 


19(J9-July ; 


24, 


1909 


July 


9, 


1^09-Aug. 


1 , 1910 


July 


10, 


1 909-Aug. 


20, 


1910 


Aug. 


2, 


1909--:ov. 


5, 1910 


Aug. 


T7, 


1909-Oct. 


8, 


1909 


Seiot. 


. 7, 


1909-3eT]t 


. 19 


, 1910 


Oct. 


4, 


1909-Oct. ■ 


31, 


1910 


Feb. 


2 


1910-SeTDt. 


3, 


1910 


Oct. 


s! 


190P 






Oct. 


16, 


1909-Dec. 


14, 


1909 


M arch 28, 19lO-"'a; 


'T 13 


, 1910 


?,!arc]r 


I 30 


, 1910-Ai)ril 16, 1910 


Ar^ri] 


_ 16 


, 19l0-AT3ril 19, 1^10 


April 


- 19 


, 1910-ATDril 2 


5, 1910 


U ay 


10, 


1910-Aug. 


31 , 


1910 


May 14, 


1910-Oct. 


10, 


1910 


M ay 30 


, 1910-Aug 


. 16 


, 1910 


July 


U, 


1910-Sept 


. 12 


, 1910 


Aug. 


11 , 


1910-Aug. 


13, 


1910 


Aug. 


26, 


1910 






Sept. 


21 


, 1910 






Marc^ 


t 7, 


1906-T^ec. 


12, 


1907 


Marci- 


I 8, 


1906-Oct. 


17, 


1910 


Marcb 


L 9, 


1 906-Sept 


. 16 


, 1910 


Marcb 


1 9, 


190 6 -Aug. 


2, 


1906 


March 


L 10 


, 1906- June 29 


, 1Q10 


Anril 


o 


1 906-Sept 


. 30 


, 1910 


April 


; io 


, 1906-Aug 


. 25 


, 1910 


Jul J 


' 31 


, 1906-Oct 


. 28 


, 1908 


Aug. 


25, 


1906-March 4, 


1907 


TTov. 


27, 


1906-Feb. 


25, 


1Q10 


April 


. 26 


, 1907-Jul^ 


:.- 18 


, 1907 


IIov. 


13, 


1907-Dec.' 


27, 


1907 


May 16, 


1908 






June 


3, 


1908-June 4, 1' 


908 


June 


4, 


1908-A ug. 


10, 


1908 


Sept. 


14 


, 1908-SeD- 


b. 21, 1908 


Oct. 


2 , 


1QO8-0ct. ■ 


1 , 1' 


909 


Dec, 


26, 


1908- July 


5, 


1910 


Jan . 


20, 


1 909-Mav '■ 


50, 


1910 


Aug. 


2 


1909-Aoril 


4, 


1910 


Sept. 


30 


, 1909-Oct, 


• 5 , 


1909 



Evans, James A. 
Elgin, Wesley 
Elgin, Simp 
Evans, G. ?:im 
Eickhorn, David 
Elgin, Caleb 
Ftzler, William- 
Elliott, Reed 
Edwards, Volney 
Elgin, Orris 
Elliott, "' innie 



March 9, l9C6-Oct. 8, 1910 
March 9, 1906-Oct. 29, 1910 
March 10, 1906-Oct. 7, 1910 
March 13, 1906 -July 8, 1910 
March 14, 1 906-April I3, 1Q0S 
Anril 2, 1906-Aug. 11, 1910 
Anril 18, 1°06-::ov. 3, 1005 
May 1 , 1906-Oct. 15, 1910 
June 8, V^Oc-June 18, 1Q10 
Dec, 6, 1P06-''py 4, 1910 
Dec. 10, 1906-Jan. 1, 1910 



Elgin, T^ale 
Flpin, Lon 
Eichorr. , Tra 
Enochs, '-'artha J, 
Elgin, Ervin 
Ellis, Ed 
Erickson, Rev, 
Evans, Doc Lavere 
Edwards, Ab 



June 1, in07-Sert. 27, 1910 
Warch 4, igOS-Arril 30, 1910 
April 1, 1Q08-Julv 15, 1910 
A pril 25, 1908-Jan. 1, 1^10 
Oct. 3, 1908-Oct. 15, 1910 
May 26, 1909-Aug. 30, 1909 
June 14, 1909-June 29, 1909 
Nov. 15, 1909 
March 8, 1910-June 4, 1910 



Farmer, P. .'7, 

Fouts, »7illiam 

Fisher, James 

Fleming, Mack 

Fisher, Henry 

Freed, Jacoh L. 

Fleming, Mrs. Angeiine 

Fleming, Bruce 

Fouts, Favid 

Freed ft Mather 

Freed, Harvy 

Freed, Jonah 

Freed, Ephraim 

Freed , Henry 

Fred ricks on", Carl C, (Salem R.R.8) 

Ferree, Doc Isaac (Livonia) 

Freed, Favid 

Feree, V/illiam T. 

Freed Frank 

Freed, George 

Fouts, ''rs. Ella 

Fur gu son, John 

Fear, H.C. 

Finley, Charles 

Freed, Joshua 

Flinn, 

Freed, Charles 
Freed, John A, 



Green, Favid C. 
Gardner, V/illiam 
Gipson, Thomas 
Goldsmith, :yev.-ton 
Gipson, V/illiam 
Guthrie, Frank 
Gresham, Harry 
Green, George M. 
Green, Richard 
Gordon, \7illi.am R. 
Griggs, E.S. 
Gable, F.M. 
Green, Favid H. 
Green , Thomas 
Gould, Charles 
Gould, Orange T. , 
Glover, '"rs . Eliza 
Green, "!ack 
Gipson, Thomas Senior 



Mar ch 5, 1906 


March 6 


1 906 -July 21 , 1910 


March 7 


1906-rict". 26, 1P10 


March 7 


1906-SeDt. 28, I9IO 


March 9 


1Q06-Aug. 31, 1^10 


March 9 


19(D6-Aug. 2, 1909 


March 9, 1906-Sept. 23, 1910 


May 21 , 


1906-Fec, 13, 1909 


March 2L 


U 1906-Sept. 28, 1910 


May 17, 


I906-N ov. 12, 1907 


June 1 5 


l^oe-March 5, 1910 


July 14 


1906-Jan. 1, 1909 


Hov, 2, 


1906 -March 2, 1907 


Nov. 22 


1906-A^ril 1 , I9IO 


March 2^ 


, 1907-July 14, I9O8 


March 30, 1907-Sept. 28, IQIO 


June 8, 


1908-May 16, 1908 


SeTDt. 7 


1907-July 12, 1910 


July 10 


1907-July 12, 1907 


Jan. 4, 


1908-Jan. 1, I916 


March 4 


1908-April 4, 1910 


March V 


\ 1907-Julv 24, 1909 


May 15, 


1908-July 19, 1910 


Feb. 4, 


1909-Mav 19, 1909 


April 20, 1909-Fec. 15, 1909 


Nov. 1, 


1909-Nov. 26, 1909 


ATiril 20, 1910-Aug. 12, 1910 


Aug. 16 


1910-Oct. 18, 1910 


March 5 


1906-Sept. 28, I9IO 


March 7 


1906-Oct. 12, 1909 


March 7 


1906-Jan. 12, 1909 


March 7 


1906 


March 7 


1906-Feb. 11, 1910 


March 8 


1906-reG. 3, 1^06 


March 9 


1906-Oct. 11, 1910 


March 9 


1906-Sept. 3, 1^10 


March 29, 1906-SeT)t. 10, 1910 


March 13, 1906-AT?ril 2, I910 


Jan. 31 


1906-Jan. 1, 1907 


March 29, 1906-Se^t. 8, IPOS 


April 3 


1906-June 23, 1910 


Anril 21 


, 1906 


A^ril 2^ 


, 1^06-June 24, IQIO 


Mav 2, in06-Aug. 9, IQIQ 


May 8, 1 


n06-:!arch 28, 1^10 


July 12 


in06-:^ct. 15, 1^10 


Oct. 1 


1906-?eb, 24, U^IO 



Guthrie, ■ 'rs . Isaac Nov. 5, 1906-:iov. 13, 

Gardner, C.C. June . 6 , 1907-Aug. 29, 

Gallion, Abraham June 8, 1907-June 13, 

Gilstrap, Alva Sept. 9, 1907-Sept. 21 

Gray, Pruce Oct. 16, 1907-::ov. 8, 

Gresham, Chris •. Oct. 28, 1o07-Cct. 12, 

GiDson, Clarence ' Nov. 12, 1907-Jan. 25, 

Gardner, Jefferson Jan. 20, 1908-Jan. 27 

Glass, O.E. April 4, 1908-Dec. 19, 

Garr, Pr. Tec. 14, 1 '08-June 18, 

Green, Robert Dec, 22, 1908-Jan. 1, 

Green, Stephen Feb. 13, 1909-Oct. 20, 

Gould, 5arnev Feb. 20, 1909-'.'ay 4, 1 

Gilstrap, Willie March 23, 1909-June 18 
Gardner Brothers (Will and Jeff) A-oril 1, 1909-SeDt. 5, 

Guthrie, John Aug. 11, 1909-Se^t. 6, 

Green, William Senior Aug. 30, 1909-:'ov. 22 

Gault, Frank Oct. 8, 1909-Oct. 7, 1 

Gallav/ay, John - April 20, 1910 

Gallaway, Ben May 24, 1910-Oct. 1, 1 

Greshan", Dave June 20, 1910-::ov. 23, 

Gardner, O.W. Sept. 20, 1910 

Graves, John J.T. July 2, I916 

Gallav/ay, Sam Aug. 3I , l^lO-Sept. 6, 



1909 

1910 

1907 

, 1P07 

1909 
1908 
1909 

, 1^08 
1'^08 
1910 

1910 
1909 

910 

, 1910 
1910 
1909 

, 1910 

910 

910 
1910 



1910 



Huffman, Morton 
Huff, Nancy 
Huston, Irs 
Holsapple, Andy 
Hopper, Lee 
"olsapple, '^homas 
Hobbb, Elisha 
Hayes, Lem 
Hiles, Florence 
Hiles, Elmer 
Horner, Frank 
Hubbard, Charles 
Hardma!!, ^'^rs. ''argaret 
Hoar, Frank 
Hall, Lewis 

Holsapple, Thomas Senior 
Hedrick ^r Gips on Co. 
Haney, Roy 
Hov;ird , Clarer.ce 
Hoar, Silas 
Holiday, James 
Hancock, Oscar L. 
Howard, Harvev 
Hiles Brothers 
Hoosier Telephone Company 
Hayes, Robert 
'Hardman, Leonard 
Hovt, Mrs. A.B. 
Hart, W.W. 
Holsapple, Robert 
3Toyt . Ferrel 
Hoar, Mack 
Hamilton, Fliza 
^■unter, John 
Horner, A.J. 



April 8, 
March 5 , 
March 5 , 
March 5 , 
March 6 
March 6 , 
March 6 , 
March 7 
March 8, 
March 8, 
March 8, 
March 8 , 
March 8, 
March 9 , 
March 9, 
March 9 , 
March 9, 
March 9, 
March 9, 
March 9, 
March 9, 
March 10 
March 12 
March 13 
March I3 
March 1 4 
Feb. 26, 
Feb. 21 . 
Jan. 13, 
March 17 
March 1 " 
March 22 
April 2, 
April 3, 
April 7, 



1910- 
1906 
1906- 
1906- 
I906 
1906-. 
1Q06-: 
, 1906 
1906- 
1"06-< 
1906 
1006-; 
1906 
1P06 
1906 
1906 
ic>06 
1906- 
1906-: 
I9O6-: 
1^06-. 
, 1906' 
, 1906 
, 1906' 
, 1906' 
, 1O06' 
1906-. 
1Q06-; 
1906 
, 1^06 
. 1906 
, I9O1 
1o06-< 
1906- 
1906- 



SeT)t. 1, 1910 

Oct. 15, 1910 
ov. 19, I9O8 
May 26, 1910 
Aug. 8, 1910 
July 7, 1910 
-Sept. 22, 1910 
Sept. 16, 1910 
■July 22, 1910 

Sept. 13. 1910 
Aug. 8, 1908 
Oct. 17, 1910 



:^ct. 

"ov . 
Sept. 

-ug. 

■Oct. 

•June 

•Aug. 

•Oct. 

■Marc 

■ug 

Sept . 
-Ij'ov. 
-4ug. 

Sept 

Sept 
Julv 
>Jan. 
Oct. 



11 , 1910 
13, 1906 

13, 1910 
19, 1^10 

18, 1910 
26, 1Q08 
25, 1910 
3, 1910 
h 18, 1910 

27, 1910 

14, 1910 
1 , 1 c:Od 
16, 1010 

26, I'oiO 
12, n-'lO 

28, 1910 
1, 1910 
14 , 1910 



Huston, William 

Hancock, James 

Hot tie, '•^ilt 

Hinds, William J. 

HoliHav, W.P. 

Ham (?) 8- 03(^16 

Hackney. '-','. 0. 

Henry, ^ T^homas fi . 

Hayes, "Delbert 

Hayes, Cal 

Hon, John 

Huffman, Charles 

Hayes, Lil 

Hayes, Homer 

Haves, Charley 

Hancock, Dr. G.S. 

Hockett, L.D. 

Hornada, O.C. 

Howard, Herloert 

Haugh, Samuel 

Horner, Claud 

Hardin, Heher 

Hughes, Ed 

Hall, James 

Holiday, Ed 

Hughes, Andy J. 

Hamilton, Elias 

Hayes, Mrs. Jennie 

Hayes , Link 

Hayworth, Vrs . 

Harshman, J.F. 

Hubbard, Ernest 

Hubbard, James 

Housefield, Charley 

Hunter, Tlan 

Hayes, Ed 

Haggins , J.H. 

Hungate, Marian 

Harshman, Everett IT . 

Horner, E.M. 

Hughes, T.V. 

Hoar, Martha 

Hardin, Roy 

Hornocker, S.W. 

Hardman , Daniel 

Hardin, Alfred 

Holland , Harry 

Huston, Mack 

Hughes, Mary J. 

Haves, Ross 

Hagan, G.H. 
, Hackney, Ollie 

Hamilton, Ross 

H\inter, Ov/en 

Hopper, Ira 

Hughes, Meredith 

Hoar, Pert 

Hardin, William 

Hamilton, Erank ft Mayy, David 

Horner, V,'illiam ". 

Howell, John (Mcr'inlcy, Ind.) 



April 14, 1906-April 21, 1910 
J^ne 12, 1906-May 5, 1910 
June 28, 1906-Dec. 28, 1907 
July 20, 1906-SeT3t. 28, 1910 
Nov. 23, 1906-Oct, 15, 1910 
Sept. 29, 1909-Oct. 5, 1909 
Nov. 5, 1"09-Nov. 10, 1909 
Nov. 20, 1909-Oct. 14, 1910 
Nov. 27, 1909-Eeb. 23, 1910 

A ug. 13, 1910- 
July 25, 1906-Aug. 15, 1908 
Aug. 4, 1906-Nov. 30, 1907 
Sept. 7, 1907-Aug. 12, 1910 
Oct. 9, 1906-Oct. 6, 1910 
Oct. 27, 1906-Sept. 5, 1910 
Oct. 29, 1906-March 26, 1910 
Nov. 15, 1906 -July 19, 1907 
N ov. 17, 1906-Sept. 19, 1907 
Dec. 10, 1906-yept. 16, 1908 
Dec. 24, 1906-Auril 28, 1910 
Eeb. 19, 1907-rec. 2, 1909 
Feb. 28, 1907-July 27, 1910 
March 26, i907-0ct. 1, 1910 
March 30, 1907-Sept. '0, 1910 
April 10, 1907-April 3, 1908 
May 15, 1907-March 1, 1910 
May 1^-, 1907-Jan. 4, 1908 
May 24, 1907-Sept. 5, 1908 
J ulv 8, 1907-Sept. 10, 1908 
July" 27, 1907-Aug. 12, 1908 
A ug. 2, 1907-Sept. 1 , I9IO 
Feb. 11, 1909-Mav 31, 1909 
Sept. 18, 1907-Sept. 12, 1910 
Oct. 11, 1907-:iov. 7, 1910 
Dec. 7, 1907-April 1, 1910 
Dec. 18, 1907-Oct. 27, I9IO 
Jan. 1, 1908-Feb. 16, 1909 
Jan. 30, 1908-Jan. 32, 1908 
M arch 12, 1908-Sept. 1909 
^gust 21, 1908-Sept. 1, I9IO 
Sept. 7, 1908-Oct. 25, 1910 
Nov. 12, 1908-Oct. 7, 1910 
Dec. 9, 1908-July 3, 1910 
March 20, 1909-Dec. 29, 1909 
AiDril 1, 190C'-Nov. 20, 1909 
April 5, 1909-Eeb. 10, 1Q10 
June 18, 1909-Jan. 1 , 1910 
June 22, 1909-Set)t. 26, 1^10 
Aug. 14, 1909-Eeb. 14, 1910 
July 12, 1909-Ser't. 18, 1909 
Seut. 18, 1909 
Feb. 4, 1910-March 21, 1Q10 
Nov. 17, 1909-June 25, 1910 
M av 10, 1910-Mav 18, 1910 
Jan". 1, 1910-March 22, I9IO 
Jan. 20. V^lO-:'aY 10, I^^IO 
March 2^, 1910-Oct. 22, IQIO 
June 22, 1910-July 16, I9IO 
June 25, 1910-SeT)t. 17, 1910 
Aug. 11, 1910-Sept. 12, 1910 
Sept. 16, 1910 



9. 



I.O.O.F. 

I. 0.0.?. Encampment 
I.O.O.P. of Livonia 
Ingram, Mike 
Ingram, Frank 



March 5, 1906-Dec. 18, 1009 
March 25, 1909 
Nov. 26, 1909-Dec. 10, 1909 
M arch 8, 1906-Jan. 1, 1910 
Aug. 30, 1907-Julv 5, 1910 



Johnson, P.O. and Elwood March 5 

Jackson, Thomas March 6, 

Johnson, Frank March 7, 

Jean, V/illlam March 7, 

Johnson, O.P. March 8, 

Johnson, Elwood March 9, 

Jean, Mrs. Nathan March 9, 

Jefferson Township March 10 

Jackson, Harvey March 14 

Johnson ^- Chastain April 10 

Johnson , James June 28, 

Jones, John Senior July 11, 

Jackson, Charley Feb. 9, 

Johnson , Henry Seb. 19, 

Johnson, Willard Aug. 9, 

Jean, Arthur Feb. 3, 

Jean, Elmer Feb. 20, 

Jackson, R oss Feb. 21, 
Johnson Brothers (O.P. & Elwood) July 21, 

Jackson & Whit tit Aug. U, 

Jones, Arkie Pec. 7, 

Jarvis, M,0. March 11 
Johnson ?c Company (Elwood & 01) June 1 , 

Jackson, George ' Aug. 22, 



1906 
1906-Aug. 9, 1910 
2906-Nov. 23, 1909 
1906-Oct. 1, 1910 
1906-June 24, 1910 
1906-Sept. 27, 1910 
1906-Aug. 30, 1P10 
1906-Jan. 1, 1910 
1Q06-Sept. 26, 1910 
1906-Jan. 22, 1907 
1906-June 8, 1907 
1906 -Aug. 8, 1908 
1907-Oct. 25, 1910 

1907-Peb. 25, 1907 
1907-Cct. 22, 1907 
1908-Feb. 27, 1908 
iq08-Aug. 27, 1910 
1908-Sept. 9, 1910 
1908-Sept. 19, 1908 
1908-Sept. 16, 1910 
1908-Aug. 12, 1916 
. 1909-March 13, 1909 
1910-June 27, 1910 
1910-Sept. 5, 1910 



Kimbrell, W.P. 
Kirk, Henry 
Kelley, Pr. 
Kerby, Port 
Kelso, Lee 
Kno^K, Fred 
K.P. Lodge 
Killman, Anna 
Knox, Pora 
Kemp, Elmer 
PCrutsinger, A.V. 
Kirk, Pelbert 
Kelley, Henry 
Kerby, Robert 
Kelso & Son 
Krutsinger, Jimmie 

L 
Link, Mrs. Mack 
Lane .^c Clark 
Lewis, William 
Livonia Pry Goods Company 
Lewis, Bud 

Lockhart, "rs . Joseph 
Lawyer, Geor^p^e 
Lemon, Mrs. E.S. 
Lloyd, Frank 
Livonia Bantist Church 
Lynd , Mary (Mrs. James, Eromer,! 



?/larch 7, 1906-June 7, 1910 
P.Tarch 8, 1906-JuIy 4, 1908 
March 8, 1906-Jan. 1, I9IO 
March 9, 1906--Oct. I4, 1907 
April 20, 1906-Sept. 9, 1P10 
May 17, 1906-June 11 , 1P10 
June 26, 1906-March 10, 1910 
Oct. 16, 1906-July 15, 1910 
Feb. 16 , 1907-Se-Dt. 20, I9IO 
June 2P, 1907-Oct. 29, 1^10 
April 25, 1908-May 21, 1909 
March 6, 1909-Sept. 21, 1909 
April 29, 1909 
June 5, 1909-June 9, 1909 
June 22, 1909-Sent. 13, 1910 
S ept. 22, 1909-July 13, 1910 

March 5, 1906-Sent. 6, 1910 
March 7, 1906-June 8, I9IO 
May 8, 1906-May 15, 1908 
March 9, 1906-June I3, 1908 
May 9, 1906-Julv 11 , IPIO 

March 9, 1^0-. -Jan. 28, 1909 
Sept. 3. 1°07 

Oct. 9, I9O6-N0V. 17, I9O8 
March 23, 1 907-April 9, 1908 

April 5, 1 907-April 29, 1^07 
Id) Aug. 6, 1907-Hov. 9, 1907 



lU, 



Lawyer, Albert 
Lewis, V.TS . Cynthia 
Lewis, Georfre 
Larimore , Ray 
Lavrrer, Charley 
Lindley, E.B. (Faoli, I 
Lynd , Eph 



nd.) 



June 9, 1906-Ser)t. 17, 1910 
March 4, 1908-Jan. 1, 1909 
April 30, 1908-June ?1, 1^10 
^ec. 23, 1908-Sept. U, 1910 
June 12, 1909 

Feb. 28, 1910-^!arch 2, 1910 
Aug. 31 , 1910 



r-'artin, William H. 




March 


5, 1906-Aug. 3, 1907 


Mather, R.P. 




March 


5, 1906-Aug. 31 , 1910 


i'asonic Lodg e F. & A.M. 


282 


P/Iarch 


6, 1906-March 21 ,1906 


Maudlin, Mark 




March 


7, 1906-Sept. 3, 1910 


Ma the w, John Harvey 




March 


7, 1906-March 5, 1910 


Mathfev.', Frank 




March 


7, 1906-Nov. 14, 1906 


Martin, B. Frank 




March 


8, 1906-April 27, 1910 


Martin, Volney 




March 


8, 1906- 


Martin, V/illiam Senior 




March 


8, 1906- 


Myers, G.K . 




March 


9, 1906-Sept. 17, 1910 


M.E. Church of Campbells 


burg 


March 


9, 1906-Aug. 8, 1910 


Maudlin, James 




March 


9, 1906- 


Miller, Noble 




March 


9, 1906- 


Martin, Ula 




March 


10, 1906-Feb. 15, 1^10 


Martin, R.C. 




March 


10, 1906 -May 12, 1910 


Menear, John 




March 


13, 1906-Oct. 21, 1910 


Martin, Charley ( Clays vi 


lie) 


March 


14, 1906-Aug. 26, 1910 


Mather, Cvrus 




r.^ay 2 


, 1906-Oct. 7, 1910 


Martin, Charles S.(Dr. W 


ill's son) 


May 12, 1906-June 27, 1908 


Martin, Thad 




April 


16, 1907-Jan. 1, 1910 


Myers , Orpha 




Feb. 


5, 1908-Sept. 23, 1910 


Maden, Graf 




April 


27, 1908-May 23, 1908 


Mather, Bert 




June 


10, 1908-March 21 , 1910 


Martin, Alva 




Aug. 


1, 1908-Oct. 12, 1910 


Morgan, Samuel 




Aug. 


?7, 1908-Mav 28, 1910 


Miller, William N. 




Oct. 


2, iq08-April 13, 1909 


Miller, John and Mrs. Martha 


Aug. 


1, 1909-Sept. 9, 1910 


Myers, M.B. 




Jan. 


1, 1908- 


Maudlin, Ben 




Jan. 


?3, 1909-Feb. 3, 1909 


Martin, Silas D. 




April 


22, 1909-March 19,1910 


Mattox, Albert 




May 10, 1909-Aug. 18, 1910 


Matt ox, Santford 




M arch 24, 1910-Sug. 20, 1910 


Mather, Nat 




May 5 


, 1910-May 7, 1910 


Montgomery, A.J. 




July 


P8. 1910-Sei't. 10, 1910 


Mavity, Clarence 




Sept. 


27, 1910 


Maudlin, Joda 




June 


1, iq06-Nov. 21, 1906 


Martin, Bluford 




Julv 


11, 1906-Aug. 11, 1906 


Myers , Ralph- 




Mav 30, 1907-Sept. 20, 1910 


Mathew, Ben 




Sert. 


1 , 1906-March 26, 1910 


Mills, Richard 




Oct. 


?0, 1906-June 17, 1910 


Martin, Heber 




March 


14, 1907-Aug. 27, 1910 


Maudlin, Ed 




Mar ch 


27, 1907-June 11 , 1909 


Maudlin, ''rs. Cy rus 




May 13, 1907-Aug. 31 , 1909 


Madison Tovmship 




June 


^, iq07-Dec. 23, 1908 


Meridith, Andrew 




June 


12, 1Q07-Sept. 7, 1^07 


Myers, Mrs. Daniel 




June 


?8, 1907- 


Morris, E.Z. 




Julv 


13, 1907-Julv 24, 1907 


Martin, Arthur 




July 


15, 1907-Jan. 14, 1908 


Meaks, E.B. 




Aug . 


24, 1907-March 19, 1910 


Miller, Lucinda 




Sept . 


7, 1907-Mav 12, I9IO 


Marshall, Curtis 




Sert. 


17, 1907-Sept. 19, 1907 


Martin, William H. (near 


Bedford) 


Oct. 3, 1907-Oct. 12, 1907 



n . 



Miller, Sam 
WarBhall, Ezekiel 
Moon, A.G. 
Mather, Mrs. Albert 
Montp;oinery, Myrom 
Mather, Lee 
Mabery, Walter 
Montgomer y, W.S. 
Marshall, Charles 
Mills, Charley 
Montgomery, Harry 
Maudlin, Claud 
Maudlin, Charles 
Moorhead, John 
r.!urphy, Otho 

Mc 
r'cNeely, John 
Mclntire, John 
McNeely, John 
McCoy, William 
McNeely, Cyrus 
McCoy,' William J. 
McGrath, Walter 
McGrath, John 
McNeely, Jonah 
McNeely, William R. 
McCollough, John 
McCoy, George P. 
McNeely, Claud 
McNeely, William B. 
McNeely, '.'rs . William B. 
McCoy, Ad 

McCoy, Eli and Alexandra 
McDiil, George 
McGowan & McGowan 
McNeely, A .J. 
McNeely, Alfred 
McCoy, Henry E. 
McCollough, Ben 
McPheeters, James 
McBride, Bavid 

McPheeters, Charles (Hugh's son) 
McCoy, Floyd 



Oct. 28, 

Dec. 17, 
April 24, 

June 9, 
June 1 5 , 
June 20. 
Sept. 15, 
Sept. 30, 
Nov .6,1 
April 8, 

Mav 5, 1 
May 19, 1 
A ug. 7, 
Jan. 28, 
July 5, 1 



1Q07-Sert. 21 
1Q07-Bec. 11 
1908-Oct, 27 
1Q08-Mav 14, 
1908-i^ui. 31 , 
1908-Jan. 4, 
1Q08-SeDt. 7 
ici08-0ct. 29 
QO8-N0V. 11, 
1909--'!ay 3, 1 
969-Oct. 4, 1 
909-Aug. 6, 1 
1909-Sept. 14 
1910-Nov. 3, 
910-July 12, 

22, 



1910 
1908 
1910 

1910 
1909 

1909 

, 1909 

, 1908 

1908 

909 - 

909 

910 

, 1910 

1910 

1910 



Aug. 17, 1910-Aug. 22, 1910 

Sept. 19, 1910 

March 5, 1906-June 29, 1908 

March 5, 1906 

March 7, 1906-June 15, 1909 

Jan. 1, 1908-Jan. 25, 1909 

March 7, 1906- 

March 8, I906- 

April 4, 1906-Sert. 10, 1910 

April 30, 1906-Aug. 31, 1909 
April 1, 1906 -March 27, 1907 
Mav 2, 1906-Sept. 17, 1910 
Aug. 6, 1906-Jan, 22, 1910 

Dec. 30, 1907-Nov. 19, 1908 
Dec. 18, 1908-Feo. 22, 1909 
April 16, 1907-Aug. 28, 1907 
Oct. 16, 1907-Aug. 20, 1910 
July 29, I9O8-N0V. 9, I9O8 
Sept. 17, 1908-Aug. 26, I9IO 
June 3, 1908-Aug. 8, I9IO 
June 19, 1909-July 19, 1910 
Aug. 16, 1909-Julv 2, 1910 
Oct. 16, 1909-Oct. 22, 1909 
Jan. 26, 1910-Aug. 6, I9IO 
April 8, 1910-Aug. 19, 1910 
April 20. 1910-May 6, I9IO 
July 30, 1910-Aug. 5, 1910 



N 
North East Township ( Orange 
Nicholson, Edgar 
Nichols, "ilt 
Nicholson, Thomas 
Naugle , Nick 
TIash, Ellis 
Nicholson, Set h 
Nash, J.S. 
Nicholson, Arthur 
Nev/kirk, James 
!^eyman, Hiram 
Naugle, Clint 
Naugle, James 

Nicholson, Ernest and Alber- 
Nash, John 
Nail, Scott (Estate) 
Neideffer, Thomas 



County) Var. 9, 1^06-Oct. "^1, 1910 
March 10, 1906-Nov. 10, 1910 
March 10, 1906-Eeb. 15, 1911 
April 7, 1^06-Sept. 10, I9IO 
May 23, 1906-Oct. 3, 1^10 
June 2, 1 906- Jul V 5, I^^IO 
June 16, 1906-Feh. 17, 1910 
Julv 12, 1905-Oct. 10, 1907 

Sept. 20, 1006-Sept. 5, 1910 
March 8, 1907-Oct. 1, I9IO 
April 30, 1P07-Aug. K, 1^05^ 
Sept. 7, 190:'-Jan. 14, 1909 
Sept. ^, 190^-SePt. 17, loiO 
ta Sept. 17, 1^07-Julv 16, 1910 
April 23, l^'^OS-Sept. 10, 1^108 
Sept. 21 , 1^08-Cct. 23, 1908 
March 5, 1 909-March 16, 1910 



Overnan, Axiom 
Orleans Cement Elock Company 
Otty, >7. Paul 
Oldham, James 

Olwin, Ct.7. (Indianapolis) 
Oliver, David 



'/[arch 22, iq06-^'ay 4, I'^'IO 
','ay 23, 190c-Jan. 1, 1908 
March 30, ia07-0ct. 12, 1910 
Oct. 17, 1^07-July 23, 1908 
March 17, 1910-Julv 5, 1910 
April 21, 1910-April 30, 1910 



Padgett, Arch 
Perdue, Millie 
Pollard, H.!l. 
Prow, James 
Perdue, James 
Patten, Samuel Junior 
Phipps, Robert A. (Saltillo) 
Phillips, H.H. 
Patten, Samuel A. 
Prow, Charles 
Prov^, Christopher 
Paynter, Pr. L.W. 
Patton, Earl 
Pollard, Curt 
Pollard, Stanley 
Pollard, James 
Pollard, Mrs. Jane 
Prow, Claud 
Peeters, C-eorg e 8 
Phipps, Yv'illiam G- . 
Paynter, Dr. Claude 
Parks, J.R. 
Poison, Wesley 
Patton, Charles 
Phipps, Robert (Twin Creek) 
Peden, Amos 
Poison, James 
Phipps, John 
Patton, Lee 
Prow, Lee 

Padgett, Lon . . 

Percise, James 
Perdue, Prank (Estate) 
PhiDps, Elizabeth 

Note: PhiPDs crossed out and 
Prow, Ernest 

Patton, Penton (crossed out 
Padgett, Daniel 
Patton ?<: !-ovt 



May 5, 1906-Se-Dt. 1910 
May 17 , 1906-Aug. 24, 1908' 
March 7, IPOe-Seot. 28, 1910 
March 7, 1906 -May 16, 1P10 
March 8, 1906-Oct. 7, 1910 

March 8, 1906 -March 9, 1910 
March 9, 1906-Oct. 10, 1910 
March 9, 1906 -June 1, 1910 
March 9, 1906-Sept. 26, 1910 
March 9, 1906- 

March 10, 1906-March 6, 1909 
March 13, 1906-Oct. 12, I9I0 
ffan, 1, 1906-Aug. 31, 1910 
March 14, 1906-Arril 2, I9IO 
Jan. 31, 1906-SeT)t. 12, 1907 
April 25, 1906-Jan. 1, 1909 

April 26, 1906-June 22, 1909 
May 28, 1906-July 16, 1910 
Sept. 19, 1906-May 10, 1910 
Oct. 12, 1906-June 11, I9IO 

Dec. 5, l906-SeT3t. 27, 1910 
Eeb. 2, 1907-Jan. 1, 1910 
April 8, 1907-Sept. 27, 1910 
March 25, 1908-i:ov. 20, 1909 
April 20, 1908-Sept. 1, 1909 
May 29, 1908-Oct. 15, 1908 
Aug. 25, 1908-Aug. 20, 1909 
Sept. 23, 1908-Jan. 1 , I9IO 
Nov. 9, 1908-July 22, 1909 
IIov. 25, 1908- July 6, I9IO 
Jan. 4, 1909-Aug. 23, 1910 
May 31 , 1909-Nov. 5, 1909 
June 19, 190 9- July 5, 1910 
Sept. 28, 1909-Oct. 7, 1910 
V/ilcox written in 

Nov, 8. 1909-Nov. 16, 1909 
in index) 

May 20, 1910-Mav 24, 1910 
May 12, 19lO-Aug. 17, 1910 



Russell, ''ike 

Richardson, V/illiara (Jame's son) 

Routh, Sol 

Roll, Thomas 

Rudder, Hiram 

Rutherford, Charles 

Reynolds, John 

Russell, James 

Robertson, Oil 

Rodman, Pert 

Ratts, Lomrel 

Robertson, Matthev/ 



March 5, 1905-Sept. I3, 1910 
March 3, 1°06-JuiY 20, 1 908 
March 5, 1906-Eeb. 11, 1909 
March 7, 1^-06-Mav 10, 1910 
March 7 , 1906-Mav 11, I9O6 
March 7, 1906-Aug. 5, 1910 
March 8, l^iCo-Aug. 10, I9IO 
March q, 190- -June 3, ^'■'^0<^ 
March 10, U:^C6-Cct. 3, 1910 
?.Tarch 10, 1^06 -Oct. 6, 1910 
March 13, 1906-Sept. 6, I9IO 
March 14, 1ct06-0ct. 11, I9IO 



Rice, V.'illiam 

Ralston, Or; car 

Rising, John 

Rosenbaum, V.'illiam 

Rosenbaun, Lav/rence 

Rosenbaum, -^lli3 

Rutherford, "Frank 

Ross, S.C. 

Rosenbau m, Gilbert 

Richardson, V/illiam Senior 

Ralston, Andy 

Roberts, Pert 

Rudder, Tip 

Russell, 'Villiam 

Rutherford, Joseph 

Pe^-nolds, James 

Rosenbaum, Ora 

Roberts, "^alter 

Rife, Joseph 

Rosenbaum, Guy 

Reinier, Jam.es F. 

Ralston, Claud 

Russell, John L. 

Rice, John 

Rutherford, John 

Ralston, Georg e 

Russell, Herman 

Richardson, Clair 

Reynolds, Noble 

Rice, Dan 

Romine, Coleman 

Robbins, Jam.es 

Royce , Gabriel 

Robeptson, George 

Reinier, Jo 

Reynolds, James A, Senior 

Radcliff, James (Livonia) 

Robertson (Ol) and Smedley 

P. s e nb aum. , Rm o ry 

Rosenbaum, Earl 

Rabin, James '1. 

Reynolds, Littleton 

Reynolds, Allen 



Feb. 26, 1oo6-Aug. 10, 1008 
^:arch 15, 1906-Oct. 3, 1910 
March 9, 1906-Jan. 1, 1908 

March 21, 1906-Sept.2, 1^10 
March 21, 1 906-3ept . 1 7 , 1 910 
April 7, 1906-Oct. 8, 1910 
April 23, 1906-Feb. 14, 1910 
May 11, 1906 -Nov. 21, 1907 
May 21 , 1906-Jan. 1 , 1910 
(Saltillo)May 26, 1906-Sept. 29, 1910 
June 14, 1906-Oct. 12, 1910' 
June 21 , 1906-:Tov. 4, 1907 
April 21, 19C6-June 8, I9IO 
Aug. 28, 1906-Sept. 17, 1910 

Sept. 19, 1906-I)ec. 25, 1909 
Oct. 15, 1906-:.!ay 10, I9IO 
Jan. 5, 1907-Oct. 19, 1908 
March 4, 1Q07-Aug. 28, 1909 
May 13, 1907-Feb. 14, 1910 
June 1, 1907-Aug. 3, 1910 
June 28, 1907-Oct. 14, 1909 
April 24, 1907-Feb. 4, 1°10 
Sept. 6, 1907-::ov. 30, 1907 
Oct. 14, 1907-Feb. 11, 1Q10 
March 28, 1908-Julv 2, I9IO 
May 25, 1 908-June 10, 1908 
June 15, 1908-Oct. 8, I9IO 
July 28, 1908-Aug. 10, I9IO 
Oct. 31, 1908-March 11, I9IO 
June 17, 19C8-May 4, 1910 
Sept. 24, 1908-Aug. 22, I9IO 
Dec. 1 , 1908-July 9, 1910 
Jan. 6, 1909- July 22, 1909 
April 2, 1909-Jan. 1 , 1910 
April 30, 1909-i/Iarch 17, 1910 
May 8, 190 9-May 24, 1909 
May 10, 1909-SeT)t. 24, 1910 
Aug. 3, 1O09-0ct. 14, 1910 
Dec. 21, 1909- June 11, 1910 
April 23, 19l0-Ai;g. 19, 1910 
May 18, 1910-Oct. 1 , I9IO 

May 24, 1910- 
July 20, 1910-Aug. 1 , 1910 



(M.E.) 



Stanley, Rome P. 


March 


5, 


1o06-0ct. 17, 


1Q10 


Stephenson, Lem P. 


March 


5, 


1906-Oct. 16, 


1908 


Stephenson, John L. 


March 5 


, 1 906 -March 1. 


, I9O8 


Standiford, Polnh 


MaEch 


5, 


1906-Aug. 26, 


1910 


Standi sh, V/illiam 


March 


5, 


1Q06-July 20, 


1908 


Sweeney, Kate 


March 


5, 


1906-::ov. 2',% 


I9O6 


Smith, ^Fzra 


March 


5, 


ia06-Aoril 11 , 


, 1910 


Stephenson, Fli E. Senior 


March 


5, 


IQOD-'^ct. 11, 


1910 


Smith, J.V/.J. 


March 


6, 


1906-Oct. 31 , 


1910 


Shanks, Joseph L. 


March 


5, 


1 906 -July 5, ' 


1910 


Smedley, Mack 


March 


7, 


1906 -March 2 8 


, 1910 


Sayles, S.P. 


March 


7, 


I006- 




Stephenson, ''arcus 


March 


S, 


1906-Cct. 16, 


1 QOo 


Standish, Alva 


March 


8, 


1906-Oct. 14, 


1909 


Shepler, Andy 


March 


8, 


1906-Aug. 29, 


1907 


Smedley, Rirara 


March 


s, 


1906-Sept. 20 


, ic>06 


Stephenson, Pen 


March 


P, 


190 6 -April 27, 


, 1^10 



School Trustees of Campbellsburg 

Smedley, ohcrman 

Shroyer, lev;is 

Smedley, John H. 

Shaw, Thomas S. 

Sweeney, Saul 

Smith,' Charles (Campbellsburg) 

Saupenf ield, Emanuel 

Shanks, Charles G. 

Sv/eeney, James 

Stephenson, John 

St==nley, "F:rwin 

Smedley,. Lafe 

Smith,' Henry A. 

Spangler, John 

Sherrow, Albert 

Shanks, Ott 

Standish, Lafe 

Shroyer, Hon^^r 

Strattan, Seth Roes 

Shirley, 5.T. 

ShouHs , Richard 

Standish, Lawrence 

Sherrow, James 

Shanks , Ogle 

Shirley, V^alter 

Smith," Lavid 

Smith, Madison 

Shultze, John 

Stout, Ernest 

Shanks, Eield 

Still, Lucinda 

Shirley, Charley 

Smith, William P. 

Shultze, John Junior 

Smith, Edv/in 

Sallce, Rice 

Stanley, Edna 

Sears, Loan 

Standish, Silas 

Shultze £: Freed 

Stewart, Charles M. 

Sentney, ££ 

Stephenson, Jemima 
Smith, Fomer 
Shirley, .Francis 
Shirley, Bert 
Smith,' Charles C, 
Sv/eeney, John 
Stephenson, Newton 
Spangler, Fen 
Stone, Claud 
Smedley, Ray 
Standiford, John 
Smith, James V. 
Sheets, James H. 
Sheets , J ."^. 
Sharwell, JoseDh 
Smith, Frank 
S tans bury, Ab 
Sullivar. , George 



'.!arch 


q^ 


March 


9' 


March 


9, 


March 


9, 


March 


9, 


Mar ch 


9, 


March 


10, 


March 


10, 


March 


10, 


March 


10, 


March 


10, 


March 


6 , 


MaEch 


13, 


March 


13, 


March 


14, 



1906-Oct. 1 1 , 1910 
1905 -July 18, I9O8 
1903-March 22, 1910 
1906-Jan. 1, 1910 
1906-Jan. 1 , 1910 
1906-:iov. 20, 1906 
1906-nct. 8, 1910 
1906-July 9, 1910 
1906-Aug. 29, 1910 
1906-Lec. 27, 1906 
1907-July 25, 1910 
1906-June 10, I9IO 
1 906 -May 6, 1909 
1'^06-Fec. 3, 1912 
1906-Aug. 24, 1910 
Mar. 21, 1906-A-ril 30, 1910 
April 4, 1906-July 9, 1910 
April 7, 1906-Oct. 7, 1909 
April 24, 1906-Oct. 21, 1909 
May 4, 1906-Sept. 22, 1910 
May 10, 1906-Jan. 1 , 1909 
June 16, 1906-Jan. 25, 1909 

Julv 30, iq06-Ai)ril 17, 190i 
July 30, 1906-:.:arch 1, I9IO 
Aug. 15, 1906-Aug. 18, 1906 
Oct. 12, I9O6-L0V. 15, 1909 
April 9, 1910-June 11, 1910 
May 26, 1910-Julv 1 , I9IO 
Oct. 27, 1906-March 19, 1910 
' ' 1906- 

1906-Sept. 15, 1910 
1906-Aug. 17, 1910 
1907-Aug. 19, 1906 
May 4, 1907-March 24, 1910 

April 2, 1907-Jan. 1, 1910 
June 28, 1907-Oct. 22, 1909 
June 28, 1c07-Aug. 3I, 1^07 
June 28, 1907-Oct. 23, 1909 
Aug. 9, 1907-Aug. 6, 1^09 
Oct. 9, 1907-Oct. 28, 1907 
Oct. 14, 1907-Oct. 15, 1910 
Oct. 21, 1907-Jan. ' 
Oct. 11, 1907-::ov. 
TIov. 28, 1907-::ov. 
Jan. 24, 1908-Sept. 2, 
April 23, 1908-MaY 21 , 
April 14, 1908-Aug. 15 
April 27, 1908-Julv 9, 
May 7, 190 8- Oct. 2'7, 1909 
June 17, 1908-March 14, 1910 
June 24, 1 908-April 29, 1910 
June 26, 1 908-July 1, 1908 
July 4, 1^08-Oct. 1 , 1909 
July 24, 1908-June 5, 1910 
Aug". 3, 1908-Oct. 16, 1908 



Oct. 31, 
Nov . 15, 
Nov. 22, 
March 5 , 



1 , 



17, 



910 

1909 

I9OQ 

I9O8 

1P08 

I9O8 
1910 



Sept. 2, 
''a.rch 6 , 
Sept. 7, 
Nov. 26, 
Fee. 28, 
Feb. 2, 



1008-Sept. 15, 190s 

- • ' Toic 

K'10 
1910 
1910 
ICQ 9 



190o_oct. 1, 
1908-June 25, 
1908-Cct. 15, 
1Q08-Sept. 3, 
1ci09-Feb. 13, 



Standiford, Eph 

Stampers Creek Tovmship (Orange 

Stalcup, Janes 

Sullivan, V/illiam 

Snyder, B.J. 

Smith, "^dwin 

Standiford, George S. 

Strattan, John C. 

Standiford, Jesse 

Stanley, John 



15. 

March ia, iq09-Dec.16,1909 
. )Arril 10, 1909-April 2.2,09. 
June 16, 1909-Sept.l, 1909 
Sept. 1, 1909-April 20,1910 
Nov. 18, 1909-Oct. 28, 1910 
Dec. 14, 1909-Aug. 30, 1P10 
'.^arch 11, 1910-Aug. 20,1910 
Feb. 8, 1910-Varch 4, 1910 
May 25, 1910 
July 25, 1910-Aug. 1 , 1910 



Thorn, E.P. Nov. 20, 

Trinkle-, John J. March 5, 

Trinkle, Jonathan March 5, 

Thomerson, Isaac March 6 

Trinkle, American March 7 

True, Jesse March 7, 

Thompson, Pletch March 8, 

Tarr, John 0. March 8, 

Talhot, Charles March 9, 

Town of C-mpbellshurg March 9, 

Trinkle, Gam March 10 

Taylor, Virgil Apr. 23, 

Trinkle, Stephen M ay 7, 

Troop, Joseph May 19, 

Te gar den, James May 23, 
Trinkle, HeHry (Jonathan's son) Sept. 8, 

Tegarden, V,^ash Dec. 15, 

Trinkle, Paris Dec. 24, 

Turner, W.H. Feb. 14, 

Tuel, John May 11 , 

Tegarden, John A. June 11, 

Trinkle, :^red July 27, 

Turley, Aaron Sept. 11 
Taylor, Bert and Charley (Saltillo ) Oct . 5, 

Turner, Alonzo Oct. 19, 

Thacker, Lee Jan. 9, 

Taylor, David Dec. 2G, 

Tegarden, Eliza April 20 

Trabue, Castillion June 14, 

Taylor, Sam April 20 

Trabue, George Sept. 29 

Tippin, '/^oses IIov. 27, 

Trinkle, Otto Mar. 24, 

Tovm of Livonia May 25, 

Trinkle, Charles June 28, 

Tegardr.n, Sam.uel S ept. 1 

Taylor, Charles Sept. 24 



1 908-Dec.11 ,1908 
1906-SeT3t.3, 1910 
1906-SeT}t.19, 1910 

, 1906-Aug.30, 1910 

, 1906 
1906-ATDril 30,1^10 
1906-Mar. 21 ,1910 
1 906 -June 30,1906 
1906-Sept. 9, 1910 
1906-Aug. 31 , 1910 

, 1906-Oct. 24,1910 
1906-Apr. 11, 1907 

1 906 -May 31 , 1910 

1906-Seot. 25, 1906 

igo6-Oct. 31, 1910 

1906-Aug. 24, 1910 
1906-Feb. 12, 1907 
1906-Aug, 6, 1910 
1907-July 18, I9O8 

1907-Ser)t. 7, 1910 
1907-June 30,1910 
1907-Aug. 30, 1910 

, 1907-Sert. 23,1910 

iq07-Dec. 26, 1907 
1907-Jan. 1, 1909 

1908-Aug. 1Q, 1910 
1908-Oct. 14,1910 

,190 9 -June 5, 1909 
1909-Sept.22,l909 

, 1909-SeT:t.l0,19l0 

, 1909-Ma7 21 ,1910 
1909-Feb. 2, 1910 
1910-SeT5t.22,19lO 

1910-July 8, 1910 
1910-Aug. 3, 1910 

9, 1910 

, 1910-Sert .26,1910 



Vancleve , George 
Vellom, I'lem 
Voyles, W.v;. 
Vernon Tov/nship 
Voyles, Eliza 
Va.ncleve, Thad 
Vancleve, V,'alter 
Vellom, Lee 
Voyles, Clarisie 
Vandiver, Albert 
Voyles , Elmer 0. 



Mar. 5, 1906-Se-pt.2, I9IO 
Mar. 7, 1 906-::ov. 1 7 , 1 909 
Mar. 10, 1906-Sept. 26, I9IO 
War. 13, 1906-Ser>t.28, I9I0 
March I4, 1906 
Mar. 16, 1 905-SePt .30, 1 910 
June 27 , 1 906-Sert .2 9, 1 ^"^09 
July 26, 1906 -Dec. 26, 1908 
Mar'. 25, 1907-Oct. 7,1909 
Aoril 17, 1908-Vay 23,1910 
June 15, IQOS-June 16,1908 



16. 



Var.cleve , Hurley 
Vancleve, 7/illiam 
Voyles , L.T). 
Voyles, T/illie 



W 



Wilcox, Otis 

Wilcox, Smith 

Wires, Curt 

V/ilkins, James D . 

Warren, John 

V/oodward, "orton 

Woodv/ard, Ed 

V/esner, Alva 

Wires, William 

VHieeler, Ed 

Walton, Josenh Senior 

Wells, Elner^ 

Williams, Harrison 

Wilkins, Thomas 

Wilkins, John 

Wesner, Clarence 

Washington County 

V/oodv/ard, Mar k 

Wilfong, Charlie 

Wires, Frank ( Camphellshurg) 

Westfall, Henrv 

Wires, C.H. 

Wheat, David 

Wesner, Edgar 

Walton, Joseuh R. Junior 

Wesner, Pish' 

Wade, John 

Wilkins, John (Livonia) 

Wolfe, John 

7/hittet, John 

Wilcox, Sol 

Warren, Om.a 

Wilkins , V/illiara 

V/ires, Thomas 

Workman, Dr. W.S. 

Worrell, David 

Worrell, Claud 

Wilcoz, Kiram 

Walker, Eenrv 

Wible, Daniel M. 

V/right, George L. 

Wires, Drank (leipsic) 

Wingler, Daniel 

Wilson, Ceorge 

V/o o d'.var d , V.'e s 1 e y 

V/eavor, Georg e 

V*'right, John 

Wihie, John '.'. 

Wyman , Laf e 

Wade, James C. 

Wires ^- Kousefield 

Worrell, V,'i 1 1 i am 

V/right, "'alter 

Wesner, Thomas 

Wright, Curtis ( ':'unnelton) 



Aug. 4, 1908-June 29,1910 
Sept. 3, 1908-IIov. 3, 1908 
AvTil 6, 1909-Feb. 8, I9IO 
Jnly 14, 1909-Sept.16,1909 

Mar. 6, 1906-July 8, 1907 
Mar. 6, 1 906 -June 1 , 1 906 
Mar. 7, 1906-3ept. 15, 1910 
Mar. 7, 1906-Aug. 1, 1910 
Mar. 7, 1906-Oct. 16, I9I6 
Mar. 7, 1906- 

Mar. 9, 1906-Sept. 6, I9IO 
Mar. 9, 1906-Oct ^ 31 , 1910 
Mar. 9, 1906-Sept. 27, 1909 
Mar. 9, 1906- 

Mar.10, 1906-Aug. 23, 1909 
Mar .13,1 906 -Mar . 6 , 1 908 
Mar. 13, 1906 -Mar. 18,1910 
Mar. 14, 1906-SeTDt. 27,1910 
Mar. 14, 1906-June 17, 1910 
Oct. 5, 1905-Julv 30, 1910 
Feb. 21, 1906-Oct. 12,1910 
Mar. 22,1906-Jan. 7,1908 
Mar. 26 , 1 906-:Tov . U , 1 906 
Afril 23, 1906-Oct. 10,1910 
April 10, 1906-Aug. 25,1^09 
April 18, 1906-Oct. 30, 1909 
April 23, 1906-Aug. 10,1910 
June 4, 1906-June 1, 1 908 
June 21, 1906-Sept. 21 ,1910 
July 7, 1Q06-Mar. 19,1910 
July 20, 1906-June 11,1908 
Aug. 10, 1 906 -Nov. 5, 1910 
Aug. 25, 1906-Sept, 1,1906 
Aug. 30, 1906-Sept. 14, 1906 
Mar. 2, 1 905-Jan. 9, 1 907 
Oct. 3, 1O06-Jan.1 ,1910 
Oct. 16, 1906-Oct. 28,1908 
Oct.l9,1^'06-Dec.7i9l907 
Oct. 31 ,1906-Nov.18,1909 
Dec.17,1^06-Dec.11 ,1909 
Dec. 21 ,1906-Mar.19,19lO 
Jan.21 ,1907-Julv 19,1910 
Feb. 2, 1905-Sept.18,1908 
April 17,1907-Aug. 12,1910 
Apr.19,1907-Sept.3,1907 
Mar.30,1907-May 11,1907 
Apr.29,1907-Nov.11 ,1908 
Mav 7,1907-Aug. 20,1910 
May 13,1907-Julv 22,1910 
Mav 18, 1907-Feb. 7,1910 
May 21,1907-Mar. 27,1909 
May 22,1907-June 1,1907 
June 1,1907-June 10,1907 
June 1 5, 1907-Sept. 10,1910 
Julv 8,1907-Oct. 7,19008 
July 30,1907-A ug. 10, 1907 
Aug. 2, 1<^07-Cct. 3,1910 
Aug. 20, 1907-Sept. 19, 1010 
Aug. 13, 1^0 7 -Nov. 17,1907 



Wade, V/illiam 

Woodward, I^r.ma ('"rs. Robert) 

Vrheeler, Richard 

Wade, James Senior 

V/ade, Newton 

Wright, Charles 

Wolfe, Rev. James 

V/orrell, James 

Worrell, Pield 

V^ade, Smith 

Wesner, "rs . 

V/arren, David 

Wesner, Charles 

7/arren, Closs 

V/ade, V/illiam 

V/ade, V/id 

Wehh, George 

V/arren, N ev/ton 

WilkiRs, G eorge 

V/alton, John 

V/ade, lewis (Harry) 

V/illiams, Alsey 

Wade, Elijah 

Wells, Emmet 

Wells, Rohin 

V/alton, Clarence 



Young, Charles 



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