Tag: Ohio

George Allabaugh of Crawford Township, Coshocton County, Ohio

George Allabaugh and his son-in-law John Dial, arrived in Crawford Township, in time to be on the tax rolls in 1827 and are listed one after the other on the 1830 census. George's household held himself and his wife, both between age 60 and 70. John's included himself and his …

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Cornelius Keating of Cleveland, Ohio

My great grandfather Ned Rodgers usually had a boarder or two in his house at 4025 East 89th, Clevelandin addition to his family of nineand his daughter Margaret Cushing kept up the tradition. In 1920 she had a boarder named Con Keating ...

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1960 Postal Cover from Warrensville, Ohio, to Duncan, British Columbia

On March 11, about 1960, Mr John L Alline of 19415 Wickfield Road, Warrensville Heights, Ohio, sent a letter to Mr W D Wadsworth, of Gibbins Road, Duncan, British Columbia. Who were these men, and what was the correspondence about?

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Ethel Ann Jones of Columbus, Ohio

On November 23, 1908, Ethel Jones of Columbus, Ohio, sent a postcard to her cousin May Jones in Mountain Ash, South Wales. The message reads...

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James and Jennie Patterson of Washington County, Pennsylvania

On August 9, 1912, Miss J L Patterson, of Washington County, Pennsylvania, received a post card from her brother Jim postmarked South Euclid, Ohio. The message read ...

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Mary Belle Lemon, Clermont County, Ohio

On July 20, 1908, Mary Belle Lemon of Neville, Ohio, sent a postcard to Miss Effie Turner of Rising Sun, Indiana. It read:

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Henry "Harry" Billups, Pittsburgh, 1890

Henry Billups was last known to be alive in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in January and February 1890.

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Branch River Journal
Most of the information here is about my family or my wife’s, or about families with ties to Cleveland, Ohio, or the area near Rostrevor and Kilkeel in County Down, Ireland. There are also some unrelated families included that I came across. Whatever the case, I hope the material is helpful in your own research.
-- Ed Hamilton