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Index to
History of Belpre, Washington Co., Ohio

By C. E. Dickinson, D. D.
Formerly Pastor of Congregational Church
Author of the History of First Congregational Church
Marietta, Ohio
Published for the Author by
Globe Printing & Binding Company
Parkersburg, West Virginia
1920

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Adams, N. B. - 172
African Methodist Churches - 187
Agricultural Society, Prizes - 105
Alarm at Night - 53
Allen, Mr. "Old Charon" - 100
Alston, Governor - 98
Amherst, Rev. Gray - 185
Amusements in Farmers Castle - 48
Ames, Cyrus and Sarah P. - 223
Ames, Dr. Frank P. - 123, 132, 223
Andrew, Mr. - 62
Andrews, Prof of M. R. - 52
Antoinette Marie (Queen) - 5
Armstrong, John, Family Murdered - 57
Armstrong, William - 229
Armstrong, Mrs. Nancy Porterfield - 171, 228
Arnold, Benedict - 52
Atwater, Caleb - 159
Baldwin, Jonathan - 39, 167
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. - 160
Barker, Judge, Notes from - 10
Barkley, Samuel - 101
Bartlette, Harry Gray - 119
Baptist Church at Little Hocking - 181
Bancroft, Capt. Edward - 34
Barnes, Dr. - 42
Barkley, Governor - 126
Barkley, Mary - 172
Barkley and Downer Tannery - 163
Battelle, Col. Ebenezer - 18, 70, 179
Battelle, Services conducted by - 40
Bell, James M. - 169
Benedict Houe - 85
Belpre, Origin of Name - 9
Bennett, Joel - 101
Big Bottom Massacre - 18
Blennerhassett Island - 8
Blennerhassett, Harman - 93, 96
Bower, George Howe - 226
Bradford, Maj. Robert, escape from Indians - 29
Biographical Sketch - 78
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Settlers at Newbury attacked by Indians and Mrs. Brown and child murdered - 37, 38
Brown, C. A. - 172
Brown, L. D. - 177
Browning, Miss C. circulates Temperance Pledge - 1114
Browning, Miss Abbie - 122
Browning, A. H. - 162
Browning, A. W. - 171
Browning, Parks S. - 172
Browning, William - 179
Browning, Frank, Belpre's Martyr - 221
Bull Brothers - 80
Bull, Harlow, attacks Indians - 29
Butler, Gen. Richard - 4
Brough, Col. C. H. - 111
Burr, Aaron - 93, 95, 97
Buell, Gen - 95
Buell, Timothy Contract for Rations - 102
Burroughs, Jarvis - 101
Burroughs, William - 101
Burgess, Rev. Dyar - 113
Butler, Gen. B. F. - 140
Butler, Buchanan, Pres. James - 139
Burns, J. J., - 175
Burial of the Dead, - 189
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, Missionary to Choctaws - 230
Byington, Mrs. Sophia Nye - 231
Cass. Hon. Lewis - 203
Canada, French Settlement in 1603 - 3
Caldwell, Jas., Ranger - 41
Celeron, French officer - 3
Centennial Church - 186
Chase, Hon. Salmon P., letter from - 129
Choctaw Mission - 230
Chamberlain, L. H., Surveyor - 162
Christopher, Corp. John Kenneth, Belpre's Martyr - 221, 229
Chillicothe, Indian Town, - 50
Chteau Thiery - 215
Clough, Aaron - 80
Clemenceau, M. - 216
Confederate State of America - 136, 139
Corwin, Hon. Thomas, letter from - 138
Cook, Pardon - 101
Cook, Johnson - 84
Cook, Charles - 171
Cooper, Lemuel - 101
Congregational Church organized in 1827 - 181
Cox, Prof. E. S. - 172
Covert, Way - 1
Cotton, Miss Willia unveils Monument - 200
Colville, Andrew - 111
Collins, John - 169
Crotte, Mrs. Andrew - 200
Cutler, Judge Ephraim - 107
Secures Aboilition of Slavery - 87
Diary - 107 etc
Curtis, Capt. Eleaser - 80
Curtis, A. L.  - 131
Curtis, Horace - 131
Curtis, Judge Walter - 81, 186
Cushing, Col. Nathaniel - 64
Cushing, Captain of Silver Grays - 100
Cutler, W. P. - 125, 161
Cunningham, Leander - 185
Cunningham, E. E. - 185
Curtis, Dr. H. S. - 232
Curtis, John A. - 233
Dana, Capt. William - 43, 63
Dana, Edward B. - 100, 189
Dana, George - 101
Dana, Edmund - 20
Dana, George Jr., - 163, 171
Dana,, Mrs. Mary B. - 32
Dana, Miss Mary W. - 114
Davis Canning Co. - 163
Davis, Moses - 130
Davis, Jonas Murdered - 57
Davis, Jefferson - 140
Delano, Cornelius, Ranger - 41
Dennison, Gov. William - 36, 44, 50
Devol, Capt. William - 36, 44, 50
Devol, Capt.. Charles - 101
Devol, Charles, Account of Famine - 11
Daughters of Rebeckah - 206
Deshler, Mrs. William G. - 200
Dilley, Joseph - 101
Dickinson, Mrs. S. W. - 228
Dunham, Amos - 176
Dunham, Persis, Murdered by Indians - 37
Duncan Falls - 10
Dunham Township - 6
Emerson, Caleb - 129
Eaton, Hon. John, Commissioner of Education - 175
Ellenwood, Daniel - 184
Ellenwood, Miss Elizabeth - 188
Farmers Castle - 18, 19
Famine in Belpre - 11
Farmers Cub Organized - 165
Farson, Joseph - 1
Finch, L. J. - 185
Floating Mill - 35
Fleehart, Joshua - 30, 41
Foutz, Mrs. Kate Browning - 6
Foster, Peregrine - 82
Ferry Established - 87
Frost, Elam - 101
Free Masons, Early Lodge - 202
Foch, Marshall Ferdinand - 275
Fort Harmar - 48
Galissoneire, Marquis DeLa - 3
Gay, Frederic Wife and Children (slaves) - 123
Garner, Daniel - 125
Gibbs, D. S.  - 133
Gilman, B. I. - 60, 67
Gilbert, F. E. - 199
Gilbert, Mrs. Lucy E., organized Sunday school - 182
Girls Missionary Society - 188
Glazier, Hon. A. W. - 223
Glazier, Potter and Rathbone - 163
Goodale, Maj. Nathan - 20
Goodale, Removes to Garrison - 44
Goodale, Kidnapped - 45
Goodale, Biographical - 74
Goss, Daniel - 112, 121, 185
Goodno, Dr. Charles - 172
Grange, Little Hocking - 208
Green, Griffin - 17, 161, 36, 49
Guilford, Nathan - 169,170
Guthrie Brothers - 79
Guthrie, Erastus - 112
Great Britain, War with, 1812 - 99
Haskell, Maj. Jonathan - 67
Harris, Thadius M. - 86
Hurris, William L. - 140
Hale, Edward Everett - 102
Hall of Mirrors - 216
Harry (a freed slave) - 131
Henderson, Josiah - 185
Harwood, Mr. - 123
Harwood, George - 124
HighSchool Commencement - 173
Hildreth, Pioneer History - 7
Hoge, James - 169
Honor Roll, Civil War - 144
Honor Roll, European War - 219
Howe, Perly - 79, 121, 179, 181
Howe, Perly and William - 112
Howe, George A. - 224
Howe, Mrs. George A. - 196
Howe, Miss Persis Putnam - 199
Hubbard, Edna - 172
Hulbert Benoni, Murdered - 30
Hulburt, J. B. - 171
Indian Mound on land of Jesse Price - 1
Indian Mound opened and contents described - 1 and 2
Insurance, Mutual - 3

Intelligencer, Marietta - 128
Jefferson, Pres. Andrew - 102
Jackson, Pres. Andrew - 102
James, John - 58
Jamison, Maj - 62
Johnson, C. H., Druggist - 163
King, Capt. Zebulon, Murdered - 10
Kitt, (Christopher Putnam) - 24
Kenawah River  - 3
Kincheloe, Mr. - 131
Kilbourne, Hon. James - 200
Kissell, Harry, Grand Master Mason, - 205
Knights of Maccabees - 207
Knights of Pythias - 207
Knowles, James - 81
Lawton, James - 101
Ladies Aid Society - 188
Leaden Plate found at Marietta - 3
Leading Creek - 52
Lewis, Samuel - 171
Lewis, Perry - 124
Lewis, Frederic and Mary - 185
Leisure, Calvin - 185
Little, Nathaniel - 28
Little Hocking - 4-8
Little Hocking Mill - 17
Little Hocking Bridge - 109
Little Hocking Methodist Church - 183
Little Kenawah - 8
Little, Rev. Jacob - 181
Lincoln, Pres. Abraham - 135, 136, 225
Loring, Oliver Rice - 112, 222
Loring, Daniel - 22
Loring, Maj. F. H. - 114
Loraine, Creighton - 125
Low Gap - 6
Louis XV of France  - 3
Marietta, Origin of Name - 5
Madison, Pres. James - 99
Mason & Dixon's Line - 116
Marietta & Cncinnati, R. R. 161
Marsh, Crandal & Co., Pump Factory - 163
McGee, John - 45
McClellan, Gen. G. B. - 236
McComas, Judge - 129
McDowell, Governor of Virginia - 126
Mayo, Daniel - 39, 167
Meeker, Col. Forest - 46
Methodist First Preachers - 163
Methodist, First Class - 183
Methodist Meeting House built - 184
Methodist Meeting House at Village - 185
McNeal, C. L. - 202
McNeal, Mrs. C. L. - 202
McGee, Miss Cornelia - 199
Miles, Capt. Benjamin - 29
Miles, Large Cattle Killed - 78
Mexican War - 111
Misner, Absalom - 101
Mixner, Peter - 57
Methodist Meeting house Raised Without Liquor - 213
Mills, John - 161
Miles, Benjamin H. - 181
Morse, Nehemiah - 101
Moore, Mrs. Lydia L. - 122
Mustapha Island - 5, 131
Murders at Newbury - 37
Newbury, Lower Settlement - 8
Neils Station, Two Boys Murdered - 16
Neal, George - 119
Neal, William, Slave Owner - 131
Newspapers in Belpre - 164
New Orleans, Battle - 102
Nicholson, John - 54
Nigger Run - 131
Northrup, W. W. - 172
Nye, Anselm T. - 99, 125, 189
Oaks, Joel, Ranger - 41
Odd Fellows Ledge - 205
Odd Fellows Lodge, Colored - 208
Ohio Land Co., 4
O'Neal, Colbert - 185
O'Neal, Joseph - 184
Orton, Edward - 175
Ordinance of 1787 - 117
Orr, Rev. J. W. - 186
Parkersburg - 129, 124, 142
Parkersburg, Relation to Belpre - 236
Patterson, Benjamin, Ranger - 41
Partridge, Daniel - 123
Peach, Brandy - 86
Peacey & Son, Flouring Mill - 163
Pierce, Isaac, Librarian - 176
Phelps, Col. Hugh - 96
Polk, Pres. James K., - 111
Pillars, Isaiah - 175
Pomeroy, Rev. Augustus - 181
Potter, Miss Alice K. - 200
Porterfield, Congregational Church - 182
Pork Burned - 26
Preston, Mrs. Laura Curtis - 4, etc.
Preston, H. S. - 133
Pride, Jesse - 1
Providential Escape - 54
Putnam Family Library - 175
Putnam, Col. Israel - 71, 85
Putnam, Aaron Waldo - 28, 73
Putnam, W. B. - 101
Putnam, David - 123
Putnam, Douglas - 161
Rations, War or 1812 - 102
Red Stone, Young men sent there - 26
Religious Services in Farmers Castle - 40
Reid, Dr., Dedicated Methodist House of Worship - 185
Red Cross Society - 213
Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Belpre - 191
Rouse, Miss Bathshebah - 39 167
Robbins, Rev. Samuel P. 163
Robbins, Rev. Thomas - 180
Roberts, Martin, Ship Builder - 163
Rogers, James Ranger - 28
Ronaine, Rev. - 123
Roman Catholic Churches - 133
Rush, Dr. Benjamin - 112
Salt Spring Discovered - 52
Sainj, Baron - 217
Sargeant Winthrop - 74
Scarlet Fever - 38
Schools in Farmers Castle - 39
Seebert, Prof. W. H. - 118
Shaw, John L., Escape - 27
Shaw, Mrs. Dora - 173
Shotwell, Titus - 125
Sheep, Introduced in Belpre - 85
Silver Grays - 100
Signing Peace Treaty - 216
Small Pox in Farmers Castle - 41
Smith, Joseph, a British Prisoner - 62
Smith, Joseph, of Vincent - 130
Simrills Ferry, (West Newton, Pa.) - 168
Shepherd, John, Ranger - 41
Sowers, Rev. J. E., 185
Snow, John Grandmaster Mason - 204
Spencer, Dr. Raised Cotton, 44
Spies and Rangers - 40
Sproat, Col.
Steadman, Capt. Bial - 100
St. Clair, Governor - 75
Straus, W. M. - 200
Stones, Garrison - 44
Stone, Capt. Jonathan - 73
Stone, Jonathan - 142
Stone, Capt. John - 99, 121
Stone, Capt. John, House Moved - 110
Stone, Mr. John  M. - 122
Stone, Melissa - 122
Stone, Lorin E. - 171
Stone, B. F. - 180
Story, Rev. Daniel - 40, 179
Stanton, Burdon - 125
Sunday School Organized - 182
Sunday School in Warren - 183
Swonrnstead, Rev. LeRoy - 184
Suspension Bridge - 165
Taylor, Israel - 95
Temple, Miss Hannah - 171
Tiffin, Governor of Ohio - 95
Tomas, Mordacai - 125
Temperance Pledge - 114
True, Dr. - 42
Tuttle, J. W. - 132
Turkeys, Abundant - 14
Tyler, Comfort, 95
Underground Railroad  - 118
Universalist Churches, 186
Vansan, A. Violinist from Gallipolis - 48
Vickers, Pilots Fugutives - 132
Vinton, Hon. Samuel F. - 128
Vinton, Hon. Samuel, letter from - 129
Villars, Dr. and Wife - 187
Village, Incorporated - 152
Vinegar Factory - 163
Wallcut, Thomas - 120
Ward, Nathan - 125
Washita River - 94, 97
Washington, George - 4
Washington's Bottom - 4
Warren Township - 6
Wayne, Gen. Anthony - 28, 56
Waterman, Sherman - 58
Wells, Randal S. - 132
West Virginia a Separate State - 142
Whitaker, Mrs. - 46
Williams History of Washington County - 1, 4
Wilkinson, James - 97
Wolf Creek Mills - 18
Wolf Hunt - 104

 

 

 

 

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