Knox County OH

Biographical Sketch of Ulysses L. Marvin

Marvin, Ulysses L.; attorney; born, Stow, Summit County, O., March 14, 1839; son of Ulysses and Elizabeth Bradley Marvin; educated, public schools, Twinsburg Academy, Franklin Institute and private tutor; honorary degree, LL. D., Kenyon College; married, Kent, O., Nov. 21, 1861, Dorena Rockwell; died Nov. 1, 1898; married, second time, Cleveland, Sept. 28, 1901, Carrie

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Biography of Jefferson Dunham

Jefferson Dunham. Twice under democratic administrations the postoffice at Little River had been administered by members of the Dunham family, father and son, and the present incumbent is Jefferson Dunham, whose first name indicates a warm admiration and long allegiance with democracy. The Dunhams were pioneers of Rice County and have been identified with Little

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Biographical Sketch of Albert Harlow Bates

Bates, Albert Harlow; patent lawyer; born, Cincinnati, O., Jan. 24, 1869; son of Cyrus S. and Lavena S. Bates; educated, Kenyon Military Academy, Gambier, O.; Brooks Military Academy, Cleveland; Lehigh University; graduated, 1889, Mechanical Engineer, Ohio State University; graduated, 1892, LL. B.; married, Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 11, 1904, Kathleen Jones; two daughters, Margaret and Elizabeth;

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Biographical Sketch of Charles A. Ricks

Ricks, Charles A.; sec’y and treas. Kuhlman Car Co.; born, Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 14, 1868; son of Augustus J. and Emma Maxwell Atwater Ricks; educated, Kenyon Military Academy, and Kenyon College; married, Oct. 21, 1897, at Detroit, Mich., Miss Margaret Trowbridge; business career, 1888 clerk First National Bank, Massillon, O., sec’y and treas. Massillon Loan

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Biography of John C. Carpenter, Col.

Col. John C. Carpenter, retired attorney, veteran of the Civil war, Kansas pioneer, ex-state senator, successful business man and public-spirited citizen, had flgured so conspicuously and honorably in connection with the public interests, business activity and substantial development of Neosho County for forty-six years that no history of this locality would be complete without the

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Roll Of Capt. William Douglas’ Company

(Probably from Knox and Richland Counties) Served from August 26, until October 10, 1812, and from May 4, until May 19, 1813. Capt. William Douglas Lieut. John Wheeler Lieut. Daniel Ayres Lieut. Samuel Everett Sergt. Daniel Cooper Sergt. John C. Gilkison Sergt. Joseph Berry Sergt. Henry Markley Sergt. Cyrus Langworthy Sergt. William McCartney Sergt. Abel

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Roll Of Capt. Joseph Walker’s Company

(Probably from Knox Co.) Served from August 8, 1812, until June 10, 1813.\ Capt. Joseph Walker Lieut. Richard M. Brown Sergt. John Elliott Sergt. John Beving Sergt. Archibald Crafford or Crawford Sergt. Peter Kile Sergt. Barney John Corp. Samuel Evlrt Corp. George Dickinson Corp. Joliah Trimly Corp. Lewis Grinstaff Drummer, Henry Clemens Fifer, Rowley Clark

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Roll Of Capt. Ichabod Nye’s Company (Cavalry)

(Probably from Knox County) Served from August 26, until October 4, 1812. Capt. Ichabod Nye Lieut. James Craig Cornet, John Barney Sergt. William Bartlet Sergt. Isaac Beam Sergt. Solomon Giller Corp. Jonothan Hunt Corp. Stephen D. Minton Trumpeter, John Kizer Farrier, Michael Coliass Farrier, Michael Clock Privates Adams, Elijah Ash, David Ayres, James Berrit, David

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