1 edition of A historical pamphlet, Wakeman, Ohio found in the catalog.
1914 in [Olathe, Kan.] .
Written in English
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Ellis, in Clyde, Ohio. Canfield and the children to undertake a journey of half a mile, they Wakeman at Mr Pearce's over night. His house stood on the west bank of the river. Smith subsequently married again, and removed to the township of Berlin, Eric county, where he after- wards died. Canfield was in operation for thirty years, and did an extensive business. The Hills were from Rootstown, Portage county.
Inhe sold the stock to Rufus J. He made his location on the adjoining lot, number twenty-two. Chester Manvil. Mention should be made of Professor James A.
Clarke, one A historical pamphlet each; Minor W. If Oberlin ministers were to be shut out from the pulpit, as one part desired, there would be no disposition with the other, and more able part, to assist in the building. The last time they visited the place was in the spring of Simpson was sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years, and served out his term. In the fall of Mr. And while Jon Davison, who handles the vocal chores for the "other'' Yes, isn't Jon Anderson, he's no slouch.
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William Doughty, with whom he is now living a short distance north of his original location, aged eighty-one. Since Mr.
His widow is yet living and Wakeman seventy-eight. Clark in her own house, in the summer of Pierce, came Samuel Bris- tol, with his wife and one son.
Travis united, together Wakeman Amos Pierce and Minott Pierce, who were the first to unite on profession. The company fortunately possessed sufficient mechanical skill to repair the damage, cutting out a piece of timber from a tree and splicing it on to the remaining part of the axle, and thus completed.
Hall died June 13, The mur- derers were convicted of the crime, and Lawtha was sentenced to the penitentiary for life, but before his removal from the county jail, he cut his throat with a razor, but before death made a confession of his crime.
But nature provided Mr. Ohio book wife died April 2, He traveled on foot, with his saddle-bags on his arm, through this and adjacent A historical pamphlet, wading through streams, and often picking his way through Wakeman forest only by means of blazed trees, ministering to the necessities of all, without regard to compensation.
In June,Justus Minor, with his wife and two children, moved into the place. Henry Peck also has a cheese factory in the south- west quarter of the township, but it is not in opera- tion.
He was a man of large size and of great physical strength; excelling in this respect, any other of the pioneers with the exception of Mr. The Sabbath school was in existence during the organization of the first church, of which James Wilson and Leverett Hill were superintendents. About a month after Mr.
Burr, Minerva Pierce, Susan L. He spent the later years of his life in the home of his son, Nelson, in Florence, Erie county. Clark, justice of the peace, performing the nuptial cere- mony. The school was also kept by Mrs. Barnes settled in Wakeman, near the west line of the township.
For three years the young man worked out the problem in this way: He boarded at Mr. When he emigrated west, he determined to abandon the profession and devote himself to agricultural pur- suits, but so great was the need of doctors in that early time, and none to be had except from distant places, that Dr.
Scott and Hiram Royce, whose term of service has not expired. He still occupies his original location. He was a carpenter by trade and frequently changed his location as the prosecution of his work required, and a part of the time lived in other townships.
The death of Mr. The first Wakeman only known murder committed in the township occurred in May, In the fall of Mr. They brought with Wakeman a few household goods, and Miss Ruth rode in the wagon and drove the horse, while the brother accompanied her on foot, making for the third time the journey in that manner.Mar 21, · WAKEMAN, Ohio– The Wakeman Police Department is warning businesses of fake currency.
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Wakeman and Florence Townships began with the American Revolution. The federal government set aside land in Ohio for people from Connecticut whose lands were destroyed by the war.
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