Location: Coshocton County OH

Biographical Sketch of William Crooks Teter

Teter, William Crooks; specialist in dentistry; born in Tennessee, May 4, 1873; son of Rev. Joseph II. and Sarah Howard Teter; educated, Houghton Seminary, N. M., 1886; Sheridan, Ind., High School, 1891; Otterbein University, 1892-1898, Dental Dept., Ohio Medical University, 1899-1903, degrees of A. M. and Ph. B.; married, Coshocton, O., May 2, 1900 EImira Noptune; issue, two daughters and one son; active in the development of the Teter nitrous oxid and oxygen apparatus and nitrous oxid and oxygen anesthesia; has done special work in poerrhea alveolaris; vice pres. the Teter Mnfg. Co.; member the National Dental Ass’n, Ohio Dental

Biographical Sketch of Andrew Gossett

Andrew Gossett, farmer; P.O. Hutton; was born in Coshocton Co., Ohio, Aug. 8, 1836; when he was 4 years of age, his parents, Luke and Jane, moved to Coles Co. and settled on Sec. 15, Hutton Tp., where they have resided ever since. Mr. Gossett married Miss Polly Kiser (daughter of William Kiser, of Hutton Tp.) Nov. 1, 1860. The March following, they moved to his farm on Sec. 23, where he now resides, upon which he has made all its present improvements; he has been School Director five years; he owns 190 acres of land. His wife was born

Biographical Sketch of T. L. Endsley

T. L. Endsley, merchant, Salisbury; was born in Coshocton Co., Ohio, Nov. 21, 1842; his parents, Thomas and Matilda, were natives of Harrison Co., Ohio; his father was born in August, 1801, and is still living in Coshocton Co., Ohio, having lost his eyesight in the year 1876; his mother died about the year 1854; the subject of this sketch remained with his parents until he was 25 years of age, when he came to Hutton Tp. in the fall of 1866, and, the first winter, taught school; in the spring of 1867, he went to Westfield, Clark Co., Ill.,

Biographical Sketch of Benjamin McMorris

Benjamin McMorris, farmer; P. O. Hutton; was born in Loudoun Co., Va., March 25, 1813; his parents moved to Frederick Co., Va., when he was a year old; his father died in the year 1818, and Mr. McMorris lived with his mother until he was 21 years of age, when they moved to Coshocton Co., Ohio; six years after, his mother returned to Virginia and died there in the year 1852. In the spring of 1836, Mr. McMorris married Rachel McLaughlin, and, three years afterward, moved to Coles Co., and settled in Sec. 9, Hutton Township, where he at present

Biography of John C. Hardman

John C. Hardman, proprietor of the City Pharmacy of Riverside, which is the pioneer drug store in the city, was first established in 1876 by James H. Roe. Mr. Hardman purchased the business in January, 1886, and immediately increased the stock and enlarged his business until the City Pharmacy ranks as the leading establishment of its character in the city. In addition to a complete and varied stock of drugs and medicines, he is a large dealer in toilet articles, perfumery, fancy goods, wallpaper, paints, oils, etc. He is a skillful druggist and chemist, with years of experience, and employs

Biography of Baxter D. McClain, Hon.

Hon. Baxter D. McClain. One of the new members to take their seats in the State Senate in 1917 is Baxter D. McClain, of Iola. Senator McClain was elected November 7, 1916, on the republican ticket by the Fourteenth District, comprising Allen and Woodson counties. Much may be expected of Senator McClain since he had for many years been an able lawyer at Iola, and his professional attainments and wide experience in affairs constitute unusual qualifications for legislative work. Senator McClain is a native of Kansas, having been born at Oswego, December 9, 1871. Much of his early life was

Biography of G. Leroy Ramsey

G. Leroy Ramsey. Among the men who are marking their names indelibly upon the stockraising history of Southeastern Kansas, one who had been more than ordinarily active in this field of endeavor and whose operations have assumed large proportions is G. LeRoy Ramsey, who owned and operates 1,760 acres six miles north of El Dorado and 560 acres northeast of that city, all in Butler County. Mr. Ramsey not only raises and ships cattle extensively, but of recent years had been interested in oil leases. He was born at Belle Center, Ohio, December 22, 1872, and is a son of

Roll Of Capt. Isaac Meridith’s Company

(Probably from Coshocton County). Served from August 26, 1814, until February, 1815. Capt. Isaac Meridith Lleut. Andrew Wharton Ensign, Henry Kidner Sergt. Samuel Stephens Sergt. Elijah Collins Sergt. Lemuel Steel Corp. Thomas Allen Corp. Samuel Elson Corp. William Heburn Corp. Ephraim Thayer Musician, Jacob D. Brown Musician, Edward DeLong Privates Benedict, Alvin Bingit, William Brown, Joseph Brown, William Bryant, William, Jr. Bryant, William, Sr. Cass, Ira Caterman, Michael Corson, John Cosner, William Crazier, James Croy, Alexander Cullins, John Culver, Levi Cummings, James Debarton, Thomas Edwards, John Gibson, John Gillum, Samuel Greenfield, John Hardy, Thomas Henry, George Hyet, Moses Jennings, Bailies

Roll Of Capt. Isaac Evans’ Company

(Probably from Coshocton County) Served from October 18, 1812, until February 17, 1813. Capt. Isaac Evans Lieut. Joshua Lemert Ensign, Ell Shryock Sergt. Richard Johnson Sergt. Samuel Gillum Sergt. Silas Smith Sergt. Thomas Hunt Corp. Barney Cantwell Corp. Nathan Devore Corp. Peter Carr Waggoner, William Carr Privates Adams, Littleton Ammon, Jacob Baker, Rezin Biggs, James Blow, Daniel Butler, James Cass, John Chainey, Samuel Cornelius, Isaac Cox, Thomas Dorn, Cornelius Freeman, Henry Gross. John Hahn, George Helms, Nicholas Hollenback, George Horton, David Irven, James Jeffries, Thomas McGee, James McLane, John Nowels, Moses Parker, Joshua Reed, James Rickner, Henry Sell, David Shadley,

Biography of George Washington Kanavel

George Washington Kanavel, a pioneer of Harvey County, had been a prominent business man and for a number of years served the State of Kansas in positions where his integrity and financial training made him valuable. He was born on a farm in Holmes County, Ohio, January 27, 1844, a son of Thomas and Mahala (Helm) Kanavel. His father was born in Ohio in 1815 and his mother in 1820. Thomas Kanavel was a carpenter by trade and died in Ohio in 1876, while his wife passed away in 1893. George W. Kanavel, one of eight children, grew up in