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History of Fayette County, Ohio & State of Ohio

By R. S. Dills -
Publ. Odell & Meyer Publishers, Dayton, Ohio
1881

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Perry Twp. -
HARRISON LIMES.  Harmon Limes, the grandfather of this subject, was an Englishman, and his wife, Nancy Campbell, was a native of Ireland.  They were married in England, and coming to America, before the revolution, settled in Maryland.  They had four children: William, Henry, Harmon, jr., and Margaret.  William, the oldest the family, was born Oct. 2, 1778.  He married Atha Doster, of Virginia, and became a resident of this state in 1810  Their children were: Henry, Harmon, Harriet, Harvey, Hester, Harrison, Huldah, Henrietta, and Heresa.
     Harrison Limes
is the fourth son and sixth children of William and Athalia (Doster) Limes, and was born July 20, 1816.  He was meagerly educated in the common schools of the pioneer days of his time;  but they application has added to his scanty store of book knowledge much valuable learning, which classes him among the intelligent men of his township.  He is married, April 7, 1841, to Eliza, first daughter of Mathew and Hannah (Kinley) Aber, of Highland County, this state; she was born Dec. 15, 1823.  The fruits of their union have been four sons and three daughters:  William H., born Feb. 16, 1842; Harvey E. E., born May 20, 1843; Harriet Ann, born Aug. 14, 1845; Charles W., born Sept. 17, 1850; Hannah R., born Jan. 9, 1849; Winfield S., born Jan. 22, 1855; Atha Eliza J., born Nov. 22, 1860.
     Mr. Limes has served Perry Township as clerk for several successive years, and is at present serving as justice of the peace, on his fourth term of three years each.  His reputation as a magistrate is an excellent one.  He practices veterinary surgery extensively throughout the country.
* Source: 
History of Fayette County, Ohio & State of Ohio - By R. S. Dills - Publ. Odell & Meyer Publishers, Dayton, Ohio - 1881 - Page 813
Marion Twp. -
AMOR LLOYD was born, Oct. 10, 1811, and remained on the farm until after his marriage, when he removed on land now owned by Aden Thompson.  He married Rosa Ann, daughter of Francis Tulleys, of Ross County, who bore him eight children; two died in infancy; Ann Elizabeth died Jan. 11, 1847; Permelia married Isaac Vincent, and departed this life, Oct. 5, 1876.  Those living are:  John Milton, who resides in Sebastapol; Lissa married Joseph Watts, and removed to Mt. Auburn, Illinois; Delia and Bell reside with their mother, on the old homestead.
     Mr. Lloyd, while living on the Aden Thompson farm, operated a tannery in addition to farming, and was engaged in the business for several years.  He attended church regularly, and was considered a true Christian, and an honest man.  He held the office of justice of the peace for fifteen years, and refused to serve when elected for the sixteenth year.  He went to Missouri to purchase a farm, where he was taken ill, and soon after arriving home, Nov. 25, 1857, he died.  His heirs removed to the old home, where they still live, and practice his many virtues.  They manage the farm, and raise grain and stock.  The deceased daughters were interested in education, and taught school.
* Source: 
History of Fayette County, Ohio & State of Ohio - By R. S. Dills - Publ. Odell & Meyer Publishers, Dayton, Ohio - 1881 - Page 907
Marion Twp. -
NATHAN LOUDERMAN, son of Henry Louderman, of whom mention is made elsewhere, was born in 1833, in this county, where he has since resided.  He was married, Nov. 15, 1854, to Elizabeth Britton, who bore him one child, Mary Alice, still living.  Mrs. Louderman died, Feb. 11, 1856, and on the 9th of September, 1857, Mr. Louderman married Margaret Large, daughter of David and Mary Large, by whom he has had two children: Charles and Jesse.  His daughter is a consistent member of the Christian Church.
     Politically, he is a Democrat; is township trustee, and has held the office for a period of eight years, except in 1880.  He owns one hundred and seventy-three acres of land, between the Bloomingburg and Washington pike, about one mile from New Holland.  His farm is well improved, and he raises grain and stock.
* Source: 
History of Fayette County, Ohio & State of Ohio - By R. S. Dills - Publ. Odell & Meyer Publishers, Dayton, Ohio - 1881 - Page 907
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