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FRANKLIN COUNTY, OHIO
History & Genealogy

BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX

*Source:
Centennial History of Columbus, and Franklin Co., Ohio
by William Alexander Taylor
- Vols.I  & II -
1909

Biographies will be transcribed on request by Sharon Wick

 
   - Explanatory Geographical Note
 - The Founding of the City
5
   - The Capital was Subject to the Three Removals
 - Asking for Proposals
6
   - The Moving Considerations
 - Rival Propositions Submitted
7
   - Text of Winning Proposition 8
   - When Matters Looked Dubious
 - The First Historian a Wise one
11
   - The Original Legislative Act 12
   - The Building Committee
 - Laying Down a Plan
13
   - A Director Appointed
 - Looking toward Removal
14
   - The Town Officially Named
 - The Director's Duties Defined
15
   - Taxing Concessions to Proprietors 16
   - Early Styles of Architecture 17
   - State Officers prepare to Move 19
   - First Toll Bridge 20
   - Legislative Offices prepare to Move
 - A Busy Time in the Woods
21
   - An Agent Provided For 22
   - Donations Made
 - Contract finally closed
23
   - "For Sale" Advertisement 24
   - Day of Sale Arrives
 - Some of the Original Bidders
 - Aboriginal and Modern Roads
25
   - Aboriginal and Modern Roads 25
   - Modern Lines of Travel 26
CHAPTER II -
   - First People; First Events; First Foot Prings; First Successes 29
   - Christopher Gist, Agent of Ohio Company 30
   - Enter Mr. James Smith 31
   - The First Permanent Resident
 - Some of Sullivant's Compatriots
 - The First White Woman
32
   - The First State Senator
 - The First Mill West of the River
 - The First Mill East of the River
 - The First Up-River Mill
 - The First Horse Mill
36
   - The First Capital Execution
 - The First Successful Mill
 - The First Mercantile Venture
 - The First Unseen Terror
37
   - The Doomed Wyandot
 - The Wyandot Vocabulary
38
   - The Death Council 40
   - The Chief's Sublime Stoicism
 - The Final Scene
43
   - The First Court Record 45
   - The First Justice of the Peace
 - The First Congressman Voted for
 - The First Military Execution
49
   - The First Wedding
 - The First Bank Established
 - The First Gazetteer
 - The First Columbus Almanac
 - The First Presidential Visit
50
   - The First Toll Bridge
 - The First Pestilence
 - The First Court House East of the River
 - The First Extension of High Street
52
   - The First Silk Factory
 - The First Political Millennium
53
   - The First Paper Mill
 - The First Newspaper
 - The First Turnpike
54
   - The First Canal 58
   - The First Canal Toll Collector
 - The First Poor House
 - The First Agricultural Society
 - The First Horticultural Society
60
   - The First Sale of Lots
 - The First Stores
 - The First State House
 - The First Taverns
61
   - The First School Teachers
 - The First Census
 - The First Lawyers
62
   - The First Post Office
 - The First Market House
65
   - The First Corporation
 - The First Town Wit
 - The First Incorporated Bank
66
   - The First Big Sensation
 - The First Cotton Yarn Mill
 - The First Woolen Mill
 - The First Steam Saw Mill
 - The First Plow Factory
67
   - The First Addition to Town
 - The First Insurance Co.
 - First a City
 - The First Theatre
 - The First Balloon Ascension
 - The First State Bank
 - The First Museum
68
CHAPTER III -
   - How the City Developed 69
   - Tarhe-Harrison Peace Conference
 - Anniversary Commemoration
 - Mrs. Prof. Orton Presides
70
   - A Pioneer Newspaper's Account 73
   - The Battle of Fallen Timbers 74
   - War of 1812
 - The Northwest Overrun
75
   - Columbus at Mercy of Foe 76
   - What the Conference Secured 80
   - The Greenville Conference
 - The Heroic Figure
81
   - A Man of Noble Traits
 - Always Kept Faith
 - Could be Relied On
82
   - He Abjured Strong Drink
 - The Chieftain's Widow
83
   - Tarhe's Friend J. Pointer
 - Col. Johnson's Recollections
84
   - A Day of Disappointment 87
   - The Original Charter 88
   - Pregnant with Great Results 92
   - A New Political Era 95
   - State Offices at Columbus
 - A Practical Hanse Town
96
   - Early Years of Village LIfe
 - How Real Estate was Sold
97
   - Great Financial Depression
 - The First Disputed Title
 - Henry Clay in Ohio Supreme Court
98
   - Manufacturing Spirit Appears
 - First Circular Saw
101
   - A Hemp Dresser
 - Woolen Manufactures
 - A Steam Saw Mill
 - County Seat Removed
 - City Begins to Expand
102
   - McIlvain's Addition
 - Brotherton and Walcutt's Addition
 - Heyl & Parson's Addition
 - Kelly & Northrup's Addition
 - Demise and Failures
103
   - Lyne Startling Last of Founders
 - A 4th of July Celebration
104
   - Dined at the Golden Bell
 - Insurance Company Incorporated
 - The Clinton Bank Incorporated
 - First President and Cashier
 - Charter Expired:  New Bank
 - First Cholera Scourge
105
   - P. O. and Borough Officers
 - Beginning and End of Borough
106
   - Members of Borough Council
 - Borough Mayors
 - Borough Recorders
 - Borough Marshals
 - Borough Treasurers
 - Borough Surveyors
 - Borough Clerks of Market
109
  - Enter City of Columbus 110
CHAPTER IV. -
   - Columbus Becomes A City
 - The City Charter
111
   - The First City Election 127
   - Officers by Appointment 128
   - Borough and City Officers 1816-1909
 - Mayors
131
   - Other Officials 132
   - Growth of Population 137
   - Two Bases of Comparison 138
   - Pioneer City Directory
 - Complete List of Names 1843
139
   - The Points of Comparison 168
CHAPTER V. -
   - Rise and Growth of Churches
 - Presbyterian, 1806-1909
169
   - Methodist, 1814-1909 180
   - Protestant Episcopal, 1817-1909 185
   - Lutheran, 182101909 188
   - The Baptist. 1825-1909  
   - Roman Catholic, 1838-1909 195
   - Universalist, 1852-1909
 - The Congregational, 1852-1909
108
   - Jewish, 1852-1909 210
   - Church of Christ (Disciples) 1872-1909
 - Independent Organizations
 - Minor Church Organizations
214
   - Missions, Religious Benefices 215
   - Church of Christ Scientist, 1896-1909 216
CHAPTER VI. -
   - Schools and Educaitonal Institutions
 - Common Schools of Columbus
 - The Four Great Pillars
220
   - Growth of the School System
 - Permanent Fund Establishment
221
   - A Striking Contrast
 - The School Directors
222
   - Roll Call of Principals 223
   - Officers Public School Library
 - Department of Instruction
224
   - School superintendents 1847-1909
 - Another Striking Contrast
227
   - A Womanly Woman 228
   - Capital University 229
   - Ohio State University 230
   - Colombus Public Library
 - A Co-operative Library
 - The Columbus Reading Room
241
   - The Western Lyceum
 - The Columbus Athenaeum
 - A Public Meeting
242
   - Library Successfully Founded
 - The Deshler Alcove
 - The Noble Alcove
 - The Hubbard Alcove
243
   - The Andrews Alcove
 - The Brickell Alcove
 - The Kilbourne Alcove
 - Columbus Authori's Alcove
 - John J. Pugh as Assistant Librarian
244
   - A Majestic Marble Structure
 - Dedicaton of the Library
 - On Historic Ground
245
   - The Home of /five Governors
 - A Touch of Romance
 - Ohio State Archeological and Historical Society
246
   - Old Northwest Genealogical and Historical Society 250
CHAPTER VII.
   - The Learned Professions and the Press
 - The Bench and Bar
251
   - Territorial Court, 1797-1803 252
   - Ohio Supreme Court Judges, 1803-51
 - Ohio Supreme Court Judges, 1851-1909
253
   - Oiho Supreme Court Commissions
 - Ohio Attorneys General
254
   - Clerks of Supreme Court
 - President Judges Com. Pleas Court
 - Associate Judges Com. Pleas Court
 - Com. Pleas Judges, 1851-1909
257
   - Clerks of the Courts
 - Judges of Probate
 - Prosecuting Attorneys
258
   - Sheriffs
 - Franklin County Bar Association
259
   - Charter and other Members Bar Association 260
   - The Medical Profession
 - Columbus Academy of Med
264
   - Medical Colleges Unite 265
   - Columbus A Medical Center
 - Facilities for Instruction
 - Government of the College
266
   - Central Ohio Med. Society
 - The Newspaper Profession
267
   - Ohio State Journal
 - The Columbus Press Post
268
   - The Columbus Dispatch
 - The Columbus Citizen
 - German Dailies
 - Weekly Publications
271
   - Among the Crypts 272
CHAPTER VIII. -
   - Historical Events and Episode; Patriotic Societies
 - Columbus A Military Center
272
   - Gen. Geo. W. Morgan's Sword 273
   - The Columbus Cadets
 - The Old Guard
274
   - Roll Call of the Old Guard 277
   - Notable Review of the Old Guard 278
   - Honors to Louis Kossuth
 - The First State Funeral
 - A Solemn National Pageant
279
   - Public Grief for Two Ohioans
 - Honor to a Journalist
 - The State Treasury Robbed
 - A Governor Constructively Imprisoned
280
   - Burning of the First State House 283
   - A Striking Difference
 - A Daring Rush
284
   - Patriotic Societies
 - Sons of the American Revolution
285
   - Many Accessions Thereto
 - Grand Army of the Republic
286
   - Daughters of the American Revolution
 - Graphic Story of John Alder
 - Life Among the Indians
287
   - Met Lucas Sullivant 288
   - A Mother's Dram
 - The Last Shot in the Civil War
293
CHAPTER X -
   - Banks, Bankers, Financial Ventures and Successes
 - A Pioneer Bank
294
   - Bank versus Legislature
 - Trouble Ensues
 - State Officers Imprisoned
 - The Bank Outlawed
295
   - City Bank of Columbus 296
   - Columbus Gas Light & Coke Company 297
   - 1000 Per Cent Increase
 - Steps of Railway Progress
298
   - Impetus given by Railways
 - A Century Epitomized
301
   - Progress Epigrammatically stated 304
   - 1858 and 1908 Contrasted 309
   - Hocking Valley Ry. given as a type
 - Typical increase of earnings
310
   - A New President
 - The Toledo Extension
 - Ohio and West Virginia Branch
311
   - A Consolidation
 - The Jackson and Wellston Branch
 - President Monsarrat's Administration
312
CHAPTER X -
   - State Buildings: The Capital:  Ohio's Governors, etc.
 - The Legislature Balks
315
   - A Modern Capital Removal Mooted 316
   - The State Houses, Old and New 317
   - An Addition that Deforms
 - State Institutions at Columbus
318
   - List of Ohio's Governors
 - Facts about their Election
321
   - Pioneer Balloon Ascensions 329
   - Escaped Slave Kidnapped 330
   - Topography Legislatively Declared a Profession 331
CHAPTER XI. -
   - Rise and Growth of Manufactures, Mercantile Interest, etc.
 - The Ridgway Foundry
 - The Franklin Foundry
332
   - Columbus Machine & Mfg. Co.
 - Peter Hayden's Big Works
 - The Ohio Tool Company
333
   - Ridgway Car Factory
 - Columbus Woolen Factory
 - Brotherlin & Halm's Chair and Cabinet Factory
334
   - The Tub and Pail Factory
 - The City Mills
337
   - Comparative Figures
 - Mercantile Advancement
338
   - The Directory as an Indicator 339
   - Story of Capt. Samuel Davis 341
   - A Disastrous Buffalo Hunt
 - After St. Clair's Defeat
345
   - How He was Guarded 346
   - Comes to Columbus
 - A Historic Squirrel Hunt
347
   - An Honored Pioneer, Gen. P. H. Olmsted 349
CHAPTER XII -
   - Roster of Columbus Statement for A Century 349
   - James Kilbourne 353
   - Jeremiah McLene
 - Herman A. Moore
 - Alfred P. Stone
 - Samuel Galloway
354
   - Samuel Sullivan Cox
 - Hugh J. Jewett
355
   - Geo. L. Converse
 - Joseph H. Outhwaite
356
   - David K. Watson
 - John J. Lentz
357
   - Emmett Tompkins
 - DeWitt C. Badger
358
   - Edward L. Taylor, Jr.
 - Allen G. Thurman
361
   - Henry Stanberry 363
   - William Dennison, Jr. 364
   - Joseph R. Swan
 - Noah H. Swayne
365
   - Alfred Kelly 366
CHAPTER XIII -
   - Two of the Historical Pioneers of Columbus
 - Autograph Story of John Brickell
371
   - Theme for Some Future Homer
 - Helped to Found a City
372
   - Kidnapped by Savages
 - A Talk with Simon Girty
373
   - Met Hunters and Warriors 374
   - His Owner Takes a Wife
 - Approach of the Pale Face Army
377
   - Indians Took No Prisoners
 - Mrs. Dick's Escape
378
   - A Candle-light Hunting Expedition
 - Gen. Anthony Wayne's Daring Spies
379
   - Poverty Stricken Savages
 - Saluting Ft. Defiance
380
   - A Sad Parting
 - Was a Delaware Linguist
383
   - Pen Picture by Jeremiah Armstrong 384
   - Carried into Captivity
 - The Wyandot Foray
385
   - A Father's Despair 386
   - Carried to Tarhe's Town, Lancaster
 - Finds a Friend Among Savages
 - Sees the Scalp Pole
 - Taught to Say Indian Grace
387
   - Adopted by the Chief
 - Another Sad Parting
 - Encamped at Columbus
 - Forgot His Mother Tongue
388
   - Witnesses the War Dance
 - Rescued and Restored to Friends
391
   - Loth to Return to Civilization 392
CHAPTER XIV -
   - Franklin County in Relation to Columbus 392
   - List of County Treasurers
 - List of County Auditors
 - List of County Recorders
393
   - List of County Coroners
 - List of County Surveyors
394
   - List of County Infirmary Directors
 - The Townships
395
   - Who  were the Pioneers 396
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP  
   - People Fond of Sports 396
   - Present Population
 - Franklin Townshp Pioneers
 - Franklinton P. O.
 - The Old Union Church
399
   - A New Union Church
 - Raising Church Building Funds
 - a Famous Church Edifice
400
   - Franklin County Indians
 - Joseph Foos First Settler
 - Scalped at Stony Point: S. White
401
   - The Union Camp Grounds
 - The Union Preachers
 - The Union Cemetery
 - Memorial SErmons
402
SHARON TOWNSHIP
   - A Famos Dwarf
 - The Pioneer Postmasters
 - Manufacturing Company Incorporated
403
   - Worthington Incorporated
 - The Pioneer Mayors, Pioneer Postmasters
 - Other Pioneer Citizens
44
PLEASANT TOWNSHIP
   - First Settlers
 - Some of the Later Pioneers
 - Pleasant Post Office
 - Georgesville Post Office
407
   - The Town of Harrisburg
 - The Pioneer Mayor
408
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP
   - The Early Settlers 408
   - Milling Interests
 - Lockbourne & Shadesville
 - Population Stationary
 - Among the Later Pioneers
409
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP
   - The Sells Family
 - Borough of Dublin
 - Dublin's Pioneer P. M.'s
 - Early and Later Pioneers
410
MADISON TOWNSHIP
   - Early Settlers
 - More Recruits Came
 - Providing Daily Bread
411
   - A Solitary Grist Mill
 - A Forgotten Town
 - Rival Port and Grove
 - The Pioneer Mayors
412
   - The Pioneer Post Masters
 - Canal Winchester
 - Some Later Pioneers
417
TRURO TOWNSHIP
   - The Early Settlers 417
   - Town of Reynoldsburg
 - Town of Reynoldsburg Incorporated
418
   - Pioneer Mayors and Post Masters
 - Later Pioneers
419
PLAIN TOWNSHIP
   - Revolutionary Soldier Lands 419
   - The Woodbridge Patent
 - One Gallon of Whiskey Per Acre
420
   - The First Settlers
 - Plenty of Saw Mills
 - Early Township Building Attempts
421
   - New Albany Founded
 - Was Duly Incorporated
 - Pioneer Post Masters
 - Other Pioneer Settlers
422
MIFFLIN TOWNSHP
   - An Early Drawback
 - Gahanna-Bridgeport
 - A Steady Growth
425
   - Some Later Pioneers
 - The Champion Office Holder
 - Later Pioneers
426
CLINTON TOWNSHIP
   - Some First Settlers
 - Olentangy and Other Mills
 - The Rise of Clintonville
426
   - A Post Office Established
 - Churches and Cemeteries
 - Among the Later Pioneers
427
BLENDEN TOWNSHIP
   - First Names Harrison
 - The Two First Settlers
 - Some Later Comers
 - Connecticut Emigrants
 - Two Towns Founded
428
   - Three Post Offices Established
 - The Pioneer Post Masters
 - Religious Denominations
 - A Number of Later Pioneers
429
JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP
   - Gen. Jonathan Dayton's Patent
 - Divided the Lots by Lot
 - Pioneers from New Jersey
 - Mills, Villages, Post Offices
430
   - Some Pioneer Post Masters
 - The First Grist Mill
 - Midway and Later Pioneers
433
NORWICH TOWNSHIP
   - First Village in Norwich
 - Hilliards Post Office
 - Grist Mills and Saw Mills
 - Old Families
 - Some Additional Pioneers
434
   - How He Lived and Died 435
JACKSON TOWNSHIP
   - Some of the Original Settlers
 - Grove City Laid Out
435
   - Grove City Fifty Years Ago
 - Growth of Population
 - Some Pioneer People
436
PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP
   - The Three Original Families 436
   - Clover Blossoms and Buds
 - Hunter to the Last
 - Two Pioneer Nimrods
437
   - Postmaster and Pioneers 438
PERRY TOWNSHIP
   - Without a Postoffice
 - Early Mills
438
   - Gen. Kosciuszko's Lands
 - Leading Perry Township Pioneers
439
BROWN TOWNSHIP
   - Darby Creek Settlement
 - Post Office Establishment
 - Pioneer Families
 - Present Population
440
MARION TOWNSHIP
   - The First Settlement and Settlers
 - Present Population
441
MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP
   - Original Settlers
 - Absorbed by City
 - Early Business Enterprise
441
   - Three Offices Abolished
 - The County Collectorshp
 - List of Collectors
442
   - County Assessorship
 - List of Assessors
 - Superior Court
 - Names of Judges
 - Franklin County in the Legislature
445
   - State Senators
 - Representatives
446
   - The P. O. Index of Progress 447
   - Complete LIst of Post Masters of Columbus
 - The County's Progress in Population
 - An Almost Uniform Growth
448
   - The County's Progress in Wealth
 - Nearest the Correct Values
 - City and Village Values Increase
 - The Half Century
449
   - The Actual Present Value
 - Bad Results of Undervaluation
 - Results of the System
450
   - Not Exceptional Cases
 - Discredits the County
 - The Remedy in Sight
453
CHAPTER XV. -
   - Some of Those Who Came Over
 - Business Men Who Count Years as Degrees
 - Ranging from 35 to 60 Degrees
453
   - A Striking Monograph 454
   - Last Surviving Lincoln Elector 458


ILLUSTRATIONS

Ohio State House and McKinley Memorial 9
West Side of High Street, between State Street and Sugar Alley 17
West Side of High Street, between Walnut Alley and Town Street 17
West Side of High Street, between Rich and Town Streets 17
Lucas Sullivant 27
Lyne Starling 27
John Kerr 27
Mrs. Keziah (Hamlin) Brooks 33
A Glimpse of the Olentangy River and Park 41
Old Four Mile House, Columbus 47
First Railway Station, Built 1850 47
The Old Covered Bridge Across the Scioto River, at Broad Street, Columbus 47
Corner of High and Long Streets 55
"Ask The Policeman" 55
Facade of the Broad Street Baptist Temple 63
The Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church 63
Chief Tarhe (The Crane) 71
Franklin County Courthouse, High and Mound Streets 77
Old State Capitol and Public Buildings in 1846 85
Approach to Schiller Monument.  City (Schiller) Park 93
A Rustic Bridge.  City (Schiller) Park 93
View in Franklin Park 99
Ohio Hall of Representatives 107
Chamber of the Ohio State Senate 107
Representative Columbus Hospitals 115
Our Jewels State House Grounds 123
East Entrance to Green Lawn 123
The City Hall, South Capitol Square 129
Customs, Postoffice, The United States Court and United States Pension Building 129
View in Goodale Park 135
Trinity Church, Broad and Third 143
The First Congregational Church, East Broad Street 143
Fountain in Franklin Park 153
Monument to Confederate Dead, Camp Chase 163
Rev. James Hoge, D. D. 171
Frame church erected in 1806 177
First Regular Church in Franklinton (now Columbus) in 1811 177
First Church Building erected on east side of the river in Columbus proper, 1821 183
Second Church erected east of the river and in its turn 183
First Presbyterian Church 189
St Joseph's Cathedral, East Broad and Fifth Street 197
The Church of the Holy Name, West Side 197
Broad Street Presbyterian Church 205
Central Presbyterian Church 205
Broad St. Presbyterian Church; Trinity Church; Jewish Temple; St. Joseph's Cathedral & First Congregational Church 211
First Presbyterian Church, Bryden Road & Ohio Avenue 217
First Church of Christ Scientist, E. Broad near Grant Avenue 217
South High Street School 225
Main Building, Ohio State University 225
Armory and Gymnasium of Ohio State University 233
Academy of St. Mary's of the Springs 239
The Josephinum College 239
New Memorial Hall and Auditorium, East Broad Street 247
St. Francis Hospital and Starling Medical College, Sixth and State Streets 255
Ohio Supreme Court in Sitting 255
Neil House, Capitol Square 261
The Great Southern Hotel, South High and Main 261
A Vista in Neil Avenue 269
A Vista in East Broad Street 269
The Old Guard Ready for Escort Duty, in Front of Headquarters, Memorial Hall, Columbus 275
The Lincoln Funeral Cortege Passing the State Capitol 281
Recruit D. N. Oysor, 1862-5 290
Colonel D. N. Oysor, 1909 291
Columbus Club, East Broad 299
B. P. O. E. Home, East Main 299
Franklin County Memorial Hall, East End 305
United States Barracks and Garrison 305
First Ohio Penitentiary 313
The Ohio Penitentiary 313
Ohio State Hospital for Insane, Columbus 319
Ohio Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Columbus 319
Columbus City (Carnegie) Library 327
Hayden Residence, East State and Sixth 327
The Famous Spring, Ohio State University Grounds 335
Ohio State University Campus 335
The Hotel Hartman, Main and Fourth 343
The Hotel Chittenden, High and Spring Streets 343
The Kelly Mansion 351
Typical Columbus Bank and Office Building 359
Some Typical Office Buildings, North Capitol Square 359
Boat Landing, Olentangy Park 367
View Of Olentangy Park and Valley 367
Ohio Institution for the Blind, Columbus 375
Foyer Memorial Hall 381
A Gallery Audience, Memorial Hall 381
Columbus Country Club 389
Vernada Columbus Country Club 389
A Real Colonial Dame - Mehitable Taylor, 1765-1857 397
North East View West Crest, 1842 405
South East View of West Crest, 1842 405
A Typical Franklin County Pioneer - David Taylor, 1801-1889 414
A Franklin County Pioneer Mother, Margret Livingston Taylor, Wife of David Taylor, 1809-1895 415
House Built by David Taylor, Truro Township, 1826 423
House Built by David Taylor, 1843, Truro Township 423
David W. Deshler, Columbus 443
House Built by Robert Taylor (a refugee from Truro Township, Nova Scotia, because he sympathized with the colonists in the American War of the Revolution) in Truro Township, Franklin County, Ohio, in 1807. 451
Gen. John Beatty, Last Survivor of Lincoln Electral College, 1860. 459
Richard A. Harrison 464
M. H. Neil 475
David W. Brooks 483
Dennis Kelly 493
James E. Wright 501
William Neil 511
Col. Gustavus S. Innis 521
Edward Johnson 531
N. E. Lovejoy 541
John Marzetti 551
Lewis Sells 559
Conrad Born 569
William Monypeny 577
Ralston Steel Car Company 587
J. S. Ralston 588
Henry A. Mithoff 595
Henry M. Neil 603
A. R. Innis 613
William M. Fisher 621
F. H. Miller 631
Thomas E. Powell 639
E. K. Hibbs 647
James Timms 655
Zephaniah Williams 667
John C. Brown 675
William H. Knauss 681
Dr. D. N. Kinsman 691
F. M. Ranck 699
Ferson, John J. 707
R. A. Magly 715
Ridgway, Harry G. 723
John Duffy 731
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Lehman 739
Carl L. Hoster 747
L. E. Sturm 755
Dr. Andrew Timberman 763
Edward R. Lanman 773
Mrs. M. E. Clarke 781
Dr. J. A. Riebel 791
H. W. Putnam 799
Dr. E. L. Carlton 809
D. W. McGrath 817
L. D. Lampman 825

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