Warren County OH

Slave Narrative of Reverend Williams

Interviewer: Miriam Logan Person Interviewed: Rev. Williams Location: Lebanon, Ohio Place of Birth: Greenbriar County, West Virginia Date of Birth: 1859 Age: 76 Occupation: Methodist minister Miriam Logan Lebanon, Ohio July 8th Warren County, District 2 Story of REVEREND WILLIAMS, Aged 76, Colored Methodist Minister, Born Greenbriar County, West Virginia (Born 1859) “I was born […]

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Biographical Sketch of William G. Phare

Phare, William G.; attorney-at-law; born, Warrensville, O., June 29, 1863; son of Thomas and Mary Short Phare; educated, public schools and Shaw Academy, East Cleveland; graduated from the National Normal University, Lebanon, O., in 1882; married, Lebanon, 0., Nov. 26, 1884, Mattie M. Linder; one son, Ray Phare; member Ohio Legislature, 1900-1902, Ohio Senate, 1910-3912,

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Roll Of Capt. Jacob Fudge’s Mounted Company

(Probably from Warren County) Served from September 27, until October 20, 1812. Capt. Jacob Fudge Lieut. Joseph Stephens Ensign William Campbell Sergt. John Fiester Sergt. Robert Morris Sergt. Jacob Woots Privates Ayers, Michael Bonta, Peter A. Button, James Chambers, John Cox, Joshua Crow, William Forquer, Thomas Harbsell, Abraham Hartter, George Haynes, David Jamison, John Kitchen,

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Fort Ancient

Fort Ancient. A prehistoric Indian fortification in Warren County, Ohio. It is situated on a headland, from 260 to 280 ft high, which projects from a plateau and overlooks the E. bank of Miami River. The slopes are mostly steep and in several places precipitous. The place is naturally a strong one, the elevated area

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Slave Narrative of Celia Henderson

Interviewer: Miriam Logan Person Interviewed: Celia Henderson Location: Ohio Place of Birth: Hardin County, Kentucky Date of Birth: 1849 Age: 88 Miriam Logan Lebanon, Ohio MRS. CELIA HENDERSON, aged 88 Born Hardin County, Kentucky in 1849 (drawing of Celia Henderson) [TR: no drawing found] “Mah mammy were Julia Dittoe, an pappy, he were name Willis

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Roll Of Capt. John Patterson’s Company

(Probably from Warren Co.) Served from July 6, until July 23, 1814. Ensign William S. Crain Sergt. William Gillespie Capt. John Patterson Sergt. Thomas Phillips Sergt James Johnston Sergt. Alexander Johnston Corp. Henry Williamson Drummer, Henry Catick Corp. John Gillis Fifer, Isaac Conover Privates Chambers, John Commin, Martin Conner, John Crane, George Dawson, John Forough,

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Biographical Sketch of William Edward Patterson

Patterson, William Edward; lawyer; born, Hunter, O., Feb. 5, 1873; educated, Mt. Union College, Alliance, O., Ph. B., 1893; West Virginia University, class of 1895, LL. B; married, Cleveland, Nov. 1, 1911, Bertha Marian Pierce; in 1895, admitted to the bar in. West Virginia; practiced at Wheeling, 1895-3897; came to Cleveland in 1897; since 1910,

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Slave Narrative of Samuel Sutton

Interviewer: Miriam Logan Person Interviewed: Samuel Sutton Location: Lebanon, Ohio Place of Birth: Garrett County Kentucky Date of Birth: 1854 Miriam Logan, Lebanon, Ohio Warren County, Dist. 2 July 2, 1937 Interview with SAMUEL SUTTON, Ex Slave. Born in Garrett County, Kentucky, in 1854 (drawing of Sutton) [TR: no drawing found] “Yes’em, I sho were

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Roll Of Capt. Samuel Caldwell’s Company

(Probably from Warren County). Served from August 23, until September 18, 1812. Capt. Samuel Caldwell Lieut, John C. Death Lieut. Thomas Covenhoven Cornet, Robert Young Sergt. Stephen Reeder Sergt. Daniel Storms Sergt. Joseph Crane Sergt. James Death, Jr. Q. M. Sergt. James W. Lanier Corp. Samuel Campbell Corp. William Harrison Corp. Christian Petfish Corp. Joseph

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