ABSTRACTS FROM BEFORE 1850
SOUTHWESTERN OHIO NEWSPAPERS
THE DEMOCRATIC STANDARD
Georgetown, Brown Co.
RESIDENT AND NON- ORIGINAL WATER COURSE
RESIDENT PROPRIETORS PROPRIETOR
No. 1, Union Township
Forsyth, Robert Walker Baylor Red Oak
Hodgkins, Martha Stephen Southall Ohio
Lane, Elias heirs Jordan Harris Eagle creek
Poage, Andrew James Poage Ohio
Sutherland, Ebenezer, heirs Josiah Parker Red Oak
Shepherd, Abraham Walker Baylor same
No. 2, Huntington
Baldwin, James Lawrence Ward Eagle Creek
Richmond, John Jr. Daniel Morgan E fk E c
Shelton, Thomas James Monroe 3 mile
No. 3, Byrd
Bartholmew, Jacob heirs Josiah Parker Eagle Creek
Collins, Eli Thomas Fox W fk E. Creek
Jolly, Lucy Josiah Parker Red Oak
Lane, John Thomas Kerlin Eagle Creek
Spires, William John Crawford Eagle Creek
No. 4, Jackson
Bennett, James Joseph Pugh Straight Creek
Ellison, John William Tompkins W fk E. Creek
Fortover, Beltheshezzar Andrew Gatewood
Moore, Jos. & Jas. Nathan Lamame
Pugh, Joseph heirs Joseph Pugh Straight Creek
Spears Mary Daniel Ball same
No. 5, Eagle
Edgington, Honor William Vance W fk Br Creek
Edgington, Isaac Henry Asbury same
same Jacob Coleman same
Mills, James Nathan Lamme same
No. 6 Washington
McKnight, Robert George Slaughter White Oak
unk. John Hook same
Wardlaw, John Thomas Warring same
Wallace, Cadwallader same
Woodbridge & Bond same
No. 7, Franklin
October 14, 1839
John Allen, Adm. of estate of James Ellis, deceased, of Green Twp., Brown Co. requests payment of debts.
Edward McDaniel, Adm. of estate of Elisha James, deceased, will sell real estate belonging to deceased, on Deceased 7.
Married 17th ult. by Rev. John T. Hibner, Mr. Windall Guinner to Miss Margaret Miller, both of Arnheim, Brown Co.
Adams Co: Jacob Zile vs. Enoch Ogleís unknown children and heirs, Thomas Ogleís unknown children and heirs, David Ogle, William Ogle, James Ogle, Cressup and Hannah, his wife, Stephen Clark, and Rebecca, his wife; James Samalt and Polly, his wife, the unknown heirs of Julia Crawford and Joseph Ogle. Petition to parcel 100 acres owned equally by Wm. and David Ogle and by Benjamin Van Ogle, both since deceased, intestate without children. Said William Ogle, after Benjamin Ogleís death, conveyed Williamís interest to the plaintiff. Benjaminís and Williamís brothers and sisters are those named above Notice October 31, 1839.
Adams Co: James D. Caldwell, Adm. of estate of Jesse McKay, deceased, vs. Jesse McKayís heirs. Ready to execute real estate to Ephraim McCreight and to John Campbell. Notice October 14, 1839.
Samuel McConaugh lost a pocketbook on the 18th inst. containing notes on John Lilly payable to David Ferrier, due Sept. 1, 1839; on Marshal Whitcomb; on More MíConnel and several notes due Victor Latimore.
Dissolution of partnership of John McGrew and Jesse Dugin by mutual consent.
Wm. McColgin and E. Francis, Adm. of estate of John Glendenning, late of Jackson Twp. request payment of debts. Notice made August 1, 1839.
Joseph Hirons will sell farm on Whiteoak Creek, Highland Co. consisting of 100 acres.