Location: Dover Ohio

Dover Ohio 1820 Census Index

Dover Ohio 1820 Census Index Allen, Jonathan 120 Armitage, John 120 Armitage, John, Jr. 120 Bagley, Samuel 120 Bagley, William 120 Bagly, Samuel, Jr. 120 Barnes, Enos 120 Batchelor, Benjamin 120 Batchelor, David 120 Bells, Levi 120 Ben, John 120 Bingham, Ray 120 Boswith, James 120 Bowen, David 120 Carter, Harran 120 Carter, Hemly 120 Case, Jeremiah 120 Case, Mary 120 Chase, Nathan 120 Clark, B. Aron 120 Clark, Barnum 120 Clark, Samuel 120 Conn, Robert 120 Connel, Hannah 120 Connel, Isaac 120 Curtis, Moses 120 Davis, James 121 Davis, Nehemiah 121 Doxon, Jacob 121 Entsmenger, John 121 Everit, Eli

Biography of Arthur Gundlach, M.D.

Dr. Arthur Gundlach is a physician and surgeon who was born in St. Louis, December 19, 1882. His father, August Gundlach, also a native of this city, is now a salesman with the United Bakers Supply Company of St. Louis. The grandfather in the paternal line was a Civil war veteran, serving as a lieutenant of infantry in the Union army. The mother of Dr. Gundlach bore the maiden name of Emily Bohmennkamp and became the wife of August Gundlach in St. Louis on the 9th of Febuary, 1882. Dr. Gundlach, their only child, pursued his education in the public

Biographical Sketch of Dan T. Miller

Miller, Dan T.; county office; born, Oct. 13, 1867, at Dover, O.; father died when a year and a half old and mother when 16 years old; lived on a farm, educated in district schools of Dover; in 1895, elected justice of the peace for Dover; in 1897, began the study of law in Cleveland College of Law while teaching district school in Dover; in May, 1900, graduated from Baldwin University Law School; admitted to the bar in June, 1900; began law practice at once, taking active interest in Republican politics, and for a number of years member of the

Biographical Sketch of Edward W. Moore

Moore, Edward W.; capitalist; born at Canal Dover, Ohio, July 1, 1864; son of Philip and Abby Moore; common school education; married Louise Chamberlain, of Cleveland, Oct. 28, 1891; began as office boy, Everett, Weddell & Co., bankers, Cleveland, 1880; clerk cashier’s office, Nickel Plate R. R., 1883-1888; with East End Bank, Cleveland, 1888-1890; one of organizers, 1891, sec’y and treas., 1891-1899, vice pres., 1900-1901, Dime Savings & Banking Co.; resigned; one of the organizers, 1901, Western Reserve Trust Co. (vice pres.); pres. Lake Shore Electric Ry. Co.; member Everett-Moore Syndicate; director in numerous electric and telephone companies in and