A Standard History of Williams County, Ohio: An Authentic Narrative of the Past, with Particular Attention to the Modern Era in the Commercial, Industrial, Educational, Civic and Social Development, Volume 2
Lewis Publishing Company, 1920 - Williams County (Ohio)
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Accepted Masons acres of land agricultural Ancient Free August Bank became the parents born and reared bought Bowersox Brady Township Bridgewater Township Bryan High School Center Township Charles citizens College common school Company daughter death December Defiance County democratic party died district schools Doctor Edgerton Edon eighty acres engaged in farming enterprise esteem farmer father Florence Township four children Fraternally Free and Accepted Fulton County George graduated home farm homestead honorable Indiana interests Jacob January Jefferson Township John Joseph Township Knights of Pythias Kunkle later liams County lives located married Mary Methodist Episcopal Church Michigan miles mother namely native Nihart Northwest Township Ohio Pennsylvania Pioneer public schools Pulaski Township remained republican in politics republican party resident Richland County Royal Arch Masons Sarah served settled sketch Springfield Township Stryker success Superior Township three children United Brethren Church West Unity widow Williams County Wineland