A Standard History of Fulton County, Ohio (Volume 1); An Authentic Narrative of the Past, with an Extended Survey of Modern Developments in the

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 478 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...those citizens who presided over the administrative affairs of the incorporated village of Wauseon during the early years, to 1870. From that year, many public-spirited men have given creditable service as mayor, and all must have been unselfish in service, for the office has always been practically an honorary one. The list is as follows: Sydenham Snyder was mayor in 1871; Naaman Merrill in 1872-73; W. C. Kelley, from 1874 to 1877; Joel Brigham during the next three years; Jas. S. Brailev in 1881; L. M. Murphy, from 1882 to 1885; E. S. Blake from 1886 to 1894; Fred J. Bollinger, in 1895; John C. Rorick in 1896; E. S. Blake again from 1897 to 1899; J. C. Palmer, in 1900 and 1901; E. H. Harrison, in 1902; A. P. Biddle in 1903-04-05; J. S. Brailey, from 1906 to 1908; C. A. Cole, in 1909; G. B. Heise, in 1910-11; W. C. Fink, 1912-13; R. Hoy, from 1914 to 1917; and Chas. M. Bulger, since 1918. The present village administration is constituted as follows: Chas. M. Bulger, mayor; L. H. Deyo, treasurer; James C. King, clerk; Geo. J. Oakley, H. J. Bachman, D. E. Barkdull, H. H. Davenport, H. H. Hough, and H J. Schlatter, members of council; F. R. Harper, G. V. Soule, and F. J. Spencer, board of trustees of public affairs. J. C. Paxson is city solicitor, and Robert Sweeney, marshal. Some of the men who carried on the work of the founders of Wauseon were very capable administrators. Some became prominent in the county administration, and some, indeed, in state affairs. Michael Handy was one of the most capable of the pioneer members of the Fulton County Legal Bar, and in 1879 was admitted to practice at the bar of the District Court of the United States. His name appears among the elected mayors of Wauseon, but he did not serve, the judges of...

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Anyone interested in the history of this vibrant area of Ohio needs to read this book. Anyone doing famiiy research will find this to be a wealth of information.

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