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Franklin County,
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LIST OF CHATTEL TAX-PAYERS IN 1825
(Source: History of Madison Township, Franklin Co., Ohio - 1902)
Chapter VII

Baker, Isaac
Baker, John
Barkey, James
Baughman, John
Beard, John
Bennett, Mary
Bennett, Nathan
Bishop, Geo.
Bishop, Samuel
Blair, Jesse
Blair, John
Blakely, R.
Blakely, Samuel
Bull, Katherine
Bunn, Henry
Burton, Joshua
Campbell, Jasper
Cannon, Chas.
Carns, Daniel
Carson, James
Caventer, Thos.
Cazey, Jacob
Cazey, Joseph
Chainey, Chas.
Chandler, Jacob
Chiles, John
Clevenger, Benj.
Clevenger, Wm.
Coble, Jacob
Codner, Oliver
Codner, Samuel
Corner, Stewart
Cox, Emmer
Craun, Abraham
Craun, Isaac
Craun, John
Crossley, Wm.
Crum, Anthony
Culom, Leven
Cupp, Peter
Daugherty, James
David, Isaac
Davidson, Ephraim
Deacon, Thos.
Decker, Andrew
Decker, Elias
Decker, Elisha
Decker, Isaac
Decker, James
Decker, Joseph
Decker, Mary
Delong, Jane
Dildine, Andrew
Dildine, Harmon
Dildine, Henry
Dowing, Geo.
Elder, Thos.
Elder, Wm.
Feasel, Jacob
Foor, Joseph
Foor, Nicholas
Fouse, Henry
Frutchey, Frederick
Gander, Jacob
Gander, John
Gibeson, Zebulon
Goodman, Wm.
Gray, Thos
Groom, Ezekiel
Groom, John
Groom, Wm. 
Guffy, John
Gybby, Daniel
Havely, Adam
Hendren, Wm. D.
Hertly, Jonathan
Hetazell, John
Hetzell, Daniel
Hetzell, Philip
Hooper, Philip
Hooper, Samuel
Hopkins, Ann
Hughes, Walter
Hughs, Mary
Huiston, John
Kalb, Geo.
Kalb, Geo., Jr.
Kalb, John
Kesler, Jacob
Kile, John
Kile, Wm.
Kilpatrick, Thos.
King, David
King, Philip
King, Sarah
King, Truman
King, Wm.
Kooper, John
Kramer, Daniel
Kramer, Geo.
Kramer, John
Lee, Sarah
Lee, Solomon
Lee, Zebulon
Lee, Zebulon, Jr.
Line, Peter
Lirk, Peter (Link)
Long, Geo.
Long, Peter
Long, Thos.
McClain, Jacob
McCracken, David
Medford, Chas
Miller, Daniel
Mitchell, Ebenezer
Mossman, Robt.
Mullin, Benj.
Neckerson, Uzzi
Needels, John
Needels, Philoman
Needels, Thos. D.
Osstott, Fred
Parker, Sylvanus
Patterson, John
Patterson, Wm.
Pattrick, Thos.
Pearcy, James
Peter, James
Pontius, Philip
Rager, John
Ramsey, James
Ramsey, James, Jr.
Ramsey, Samuel
Ramsey, Wm.
Rarey, Adam
Rarey, Benj.
Rarey, Chas, Jr.
Rarey, Chas.
Rarey, Geo.
Rarey, Parker
Rathmell, Thos.
Richardson, Wm.
Rind, Jacob
Rind, Jacob, Jr.
Roads, Jete
Roads, John
Roberts, Owen
Rohr, Geo.
Ross, Wm. 
Rower, Fred
Ruse, Jacob
Rush, Jacob
Sarber, Adam
Sarber, Christian
Schoonover, Abraham
Schoonover, Henry
Schoonover, John
Seymour, Geo.
Seymour, Jesse
Sharp, John
Shoemaker, Abraham
Smith, Archibald
Smith, David
Smith, Ebenezer
Smith, Elizabeth
Smith, Mary
Smith, Wm.
Solomon, John B.
Solomon, John L.
Stephenson, Geo.
Stephenson, John
Stephenson, Richard
Stephenson, Zachariah
Stroud, Samuel
Suddick, Richard
Swisher, John
Taber, A. C.
Taylor, David
Taylor, Deake
Taylor, John
Taylor, Matthew
Tilburg, Isaac (or berry)
Titler, Geo.
Titler, Peter
Todd, Benj.
Todd, Katherine
Toll, Wm.
Trump, John
Tussing, Nicholas
Vanoay, John
Vorhis, Abrham
Watson, Wm.
Welton, John
Wender, Jacob
Wheeler, Geo.
White, John A.
Whitman, Daniel
Whitman, Samuel
Whitzel, Henry
Whitzel, Joseph
Wilson, Robt.
Winterstein, John
Wood, Chas.
Wood, Geo.
Wood, John
Wood, Thos.
Woolcoat, Robt.
Wright, John
Young, John
     Horses were taxed at $3.00 each, and cattle at $1.00 each.  Houses were counted as chattel property and were taxed at the rate of $5.00 on the one hundred dollars valuation.  The largest taxpayers were:
Cox, Emmer $30.75
Elder, Wm. $36.50
Gray, Thos. $33.00
Kile, John $30.00
Needels, Philomer $27.00
Rarey, Chas., Jr. $25.75
Richardson, Wm. $32.25
Ruse, Jacob $28.00
Smith, Wm. $39.50

     The following houses with their value appear on the Franklin county auditor's books:

Bishop, Geo. $125.00
Blair, Jesse $110.00
Blakely, R. $150.00
Bull, Katherine $150.00
Bunn, Henry $175.00
Carns, Daniel $112.50
Cox, Emmer $175.00
Dildine, Harmon $110.00
Dildine, Henry $125,00
Elder, Wm. $150.00
Gander, John $125.00
Gray, Thos. $220.00
Kile, John $140.00
Needels, Philomen $140.00
Pontius, Philip- $150.00
Rarey, Chas, Jr. $115.00
Richardson, Wm. $125.00
Ruse, Jacob $220.00
Schoonover, Henry $150.00
Smith, Wm. $450.00
Wood, John & Geo. $110.00

     The following were lot owners in Oregon:

Blair, John Lots Nos. 28, 29, 30, 14 and east half of 13, valued at $112
Crossley, Wm. Lots Nos. 47, 67, valued at $140
Decker, Deake Lot No. 55, valued at $25
Decker, Isaac Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 20, 26, 33, 46, 56, 60, 68, 71, valued at $650
Decker, Mary Lot No. 52, valued at $25
Foll, Wm. Lot Nos. 53 and 63, valued at $100
Foor, Joseph  Lot Nos. 51 and 65, valued at $150
Titler, A. C. Lot Nos. 25, 54, 72, 81, valued at $275
Titler, Geo. Lot Nos. 27, 31, 32, west 1/2 of 13, valued at $150
Titler, Peter Lot No. 33, valued at $25

     The following eight persons owned ten or more horses and cattle:

Cox, Emmer, 5 horses and 7 cattle
Kalb, Geo., 3 horses and 9 cattle
Kile, John, 5 horses and 8 cattle
Needels, Philomen, 4 horses and 8 cattle
Rarey, Chas., 4 horses and 7 cattle
Rarey, Chas., Jr., 5 horses and 5 cattle
Richardson, Wm., 5 horses and 11 cattle
Rower, Fred, 4 horses and 7 cattle

     The following tax-payers lived in Fairfield county in territory now in Franklin county:

Algire, Jacob
Algire, John
Ashley, Greenburg
Bannister, John
Bowen, Chas.
Bowen, Robt.
Bowen, Thos.
Butler, Ammon
Byerly, Francis
Cannon, James
Coffield, Jacob
Coleman, John, Jr.
Cramer, Adam
Cramer, John
Cramer, Michael
Cramer, Philip
Davis, Amos
Decker, Elisha
Dove, Geo.
Dove, Henry
Dove, Reuben
Fry, Henry
Glanville, Stephen
Harris, Abraham
Hathaway, Edward
Hathaway, Elizabeth
Hathaway, Nancy
Helpman, Simon
Hittman, Simon
Hoff, John
Hughes, Evan
Johnson, Bannibas
Kramer, Ludwig
Lee, Gersham
Love, Andrew
McCracken, Elisha
Needels, James
Painter, David
Perrin, Wm.
Plummer, Abraham
Robinold, Peter
Shoemaker, Jacob
Slife, Daniel
Slife, Henry
Slife, John
Slife, Ulrick
Starr, Moses
Stevenson, Geo. K.
Stevenson, Wm.
Swayzy, John, Jr.
Swayzy, John, Sr.
Tallman, John
Wolf, John
Zimmer, Philip
 
NATHANIEL TALLMAN
Dec. 10, 1810 - Aug. 18, 1888

G. W. BLAKE, M. D.
Jan. 1, 1823 - Nov. 19, 1877
 


LAND OWNERS - 1855.

     List of the land owners in 1855" by sections, beginning at the northeast corner of the township:
     Section No. 6,  B. F. Mumach, Joseph Vandemark, John Wright, E. McCracken;
No. 1, S. Hempy, M. Brown, J. N. Peters, Joanthan Ruse, Emanuel Ruse, George Needels, school house;
No. 2, John Wright (occupied by H. Geese), George Needels (occupied by J. Swanger), John Wright (occupied by J. Docterman), H. Miller, J. A. Kile's heirs;
No. 3, Jared Forsman, Truro Presbyterian church, Dr. A. A. Shortt, Abraham Swisher's heirs, Mrs. M. Patterson, P. Shoemaker;
No. 4, James Carson heirs, Alfred Gray (occupied by J. D. Goss, Matthew Brown, John McGuffey;
No. 5, Thos. Gray, W. D. Needels (Cedar Grove Tavern), Philip Swartz (Cross Keys Tavern), M. Stack (shoeshop), J. Berkey;
No. 6, J. A. Suddick, John Heil (school house), A. Magles, J. Clickenger's heirs, J. and W. E. Carson, J. Spangler (sawmill), Wm. Stout heirs, W. H. Chain, Geo. Moore;
No. 7, Philip Helsel, Daniel Helsel heirs, Jacob Rohr, John Behm, Wm. Helsel heirs;
No. 8. Wm. D. Needels, James Needels, John A. Needels, John Helsel, Wm. H. Helsel, Jacob Rohr, Joseph Burkey's heirs;
No. 9, Thos, Needels (White Chapel church), J. A. Kiles heirs, Widow Winterstein, Wm. D. Needles, John M. McGuffey, Joseph Needels;
No. 10, Rev. Jacob Bowman, John McGuffey, Wm. Whims, J. L. Stevenson, Thos. Needels;
No. 11, Wm. Leidey, Jacob Bowman, Isaac Kalb, Jerry Kalb, J. A. Kiles heirs, Wm. Whims, N. A. Stevenson;
No. 12, Wm. Wildermuth, N. Algire, John Wright (Res.), Samuel Detwiler, Isaac Kalb;
No. 7, W. K. Algire, M. J. Stevenson, S. Algire, J. Algire, Wm. Perrin, A. B. Stevenson;
No. 18, A. B. Stevenson, J. E. Stevenson (grave yard, removed to Union Grove), Daniel Bush, M. G. Stevenson, JohnGood, G. Harpst;
No. 13, John Wright, Joshua Stevenson, Peter Bott, Andrew Whims, John Alspach, Pitts Brown heirs;
No. 14, Geo. W. Kalb, Huffman and Ferguson (school house), N. A. Stevenson, J. S. Stevenson, Jeremiah Kissel, John Kelchner, James Needels;
No. 15, J. L. Stevenson, A. Whims, W. S. Hopkins, T. Needels, John Cable, Thos. Patterson, Oliver Codner, J. A. Kile's heirs, Fred Swisher;
No. 16, owned by township school board (occupied, northeast quarter by ___ southeast quarter by S. Jobs, northeast quarter by J. Arnold, southwest quarter by Augustus Sallee);
No. 17, Frederick Rerey, T. J. Bennett, A. and J. Swisher, J. W. Kile's heirs; David Sarber, J. G. Edwards;
No. 18, Geo. Fisher, John G. Edwards, J. Spangler, Dr. J. P. Bywaters, John Swisher;
No. 19, Geo. H. Earhart, R. A. Kile's heirs, John Sharp heirs, S. E. H. Kile, Henry Whetzel heirs;
No. 20, T. C. Hendren (school house), Robert Hendren, Kalita Sallee, D. Wagner, W. Wildermuth, H. Whetzel, Jr. (school house);
No. 21, Fred Swisher (saw mill), David Whetzel, C. W. Rarey, W. H. Rarey, Wm. McCormick, Jacob H. Rees;
No. 22, Henry Kramer, Jesse Dildine, O. Codner, Jr., Thos. C. Hendren, Dildine, Joseph;
No. 23, Pitts Brown heirs, P. Tussing, James T. Piercy's heirs, James Needels, L. C. Henderson, Jacob Hornung, Jacob, Moses Seymour;
No. 24, John R. Wright, Nathaniel Tallman, Abraham Lehman, Geo. Hoffman (Menonite church), Geo. T. Wheeler, Samuel Wheeler;
No. 19, David Kramer, Emanuel Sparr, Chas. Brown, N. Tallman;
No. 30, John Kramer, town of Winchester, A. Lehman, Samuel Bartlitt, Samuel Deitz (graveyard), C. Dellinger, Abe Hunsicker;
No. 25, A. Lehman, Peter Bott, John Chaney and son (Empire mills), E. B. Decker, Jacob Sarber, John Chaney (school house, woolen mill and lock house), Rev. H. Hendren, W. Mason heirs, Abe Harris, Wm. Smith heirs, Jane Smith;
No. 26, John Rager (saw mill), John Seymour, Moses Seymour, Jesse Seymour (school house);
No. 27, Jesse Dildine, T. D. Dildine, Babcock & Co., Wm. Seymour, Jacob Dildine, Frederick Heffinger, H. Dildine, Wm. T. Decker;
No. 28, town of Groveport, W. H. Rarey, W. T. Decker (graveyard), Abraham Sharp (Baptist church, toll gate), Samuel Sharp, Lewis Shirey;
No. 29, James Needles, Thos. Blakely, A. Sharp, Samuel Sharp, Joseph Sharp heirs;
No. 30, Jacob Arnold, Wesley Toy, John Cox (surveyor), Henry Whetzel heirs;
No. 31, Wesley Toy, L. Rarey, Wm. Neil & Co., John Cox (occupied by H. J. Cox), M. Groom, Frederick Bunn (occupied by Cook), McBride, Sheldon & Co., Wm. Rohr;
No. 32, Samuel Sharp, Parker Rarey, Moses Seymour, A Sharp;
No. 33, Wm. T. Decker, Joseph Sharp heirs, L. Rarey, Parker Rarey;
No. 34, Wm. Seymour, Wm. T. Decker, Solomon Woodring, Samuel Leigh (school house);
No. 35, John Seymour, Samuel O. Hendren, Wm. Seymour, Solomon Wooding, H. Dildine;
No. 36, John Deitz, H. Dellinger heirs, Abraham Harris, G. Ordell Heirs, J. Seymour, S. O. Hendren (graveyard)
No. 31, John Colman, John Schrock, Philip Zimmer, Lewis Kramer (graveyard), Samuel Deitz, John Deitz, Geo. Fisher (grist and saw mill), Geo. Kramer;
No. 1, Daniel Crouse, A. Johns, Wm. Peer, J. Bishop, town of Oregon, (school house), C. P. Dildine, H. Strode heirs, Solomon and Geo. S. Dildine;
No. 2, Henry Dildine, C. P. Dildine, M. Welton (graveyard);
No. 3, Daniel Leigh, Morgan Sorrel, Jesse Weiton heirs, Cornelius Black, Thomas Black, Adam Havely;
No. 4, V. E. Vogle, A. Rarey, Parker Rarey, Edward Gares (graveyard), Charles Pontius, Adam Havely;
No. 5, W. H. Bishop (wagon shop) Ed Gares, Casper Limpert, Dr. G. L. Smith, Charles Pontius W. H. Pyle (school house), Frederick Bunns (blacksmith shop);
No. 6, Chas. Rohr, Geo. Rohr, Milton Finks heirs;
No. 7, E. E. Groom, Fred Bunn, W. H. Harrison, Elias Shook, Joseph Wright;
No. 8, Fred Bunn, Charles Pontius, Henry Long, Moses Groom, J. Miller, Samuel Murphy, A. L. Perrill;
No. 9, Thos. Groom (Hopewell church and graveyard), J. Sawyer, Chas. Pontius, Mrs. Grooms heirs;
No. 10, S. M. C. Gibby, John Seymour, Harmon Dildine, L. Ramsey heirs;
No. 11, S. M. C. Gibby, Rev. Samuel Wilson, Joseph Decker, J. Welton;
No. 12, John Bacher, John Blackwood, George Long (school house)
     The following is a list of persons owning two hundred or more acres of land in Madison Township in 1855.  The figures give the number of acres:
Samuel Sharp, 700; John Wright, 680; Wm. T. Decker, 602; Joseph Burkey, 552; Frederick Bunn, 548; Chas. Pontius, 536; John Seymour, 496; Henry Dildine, 420; Thos. Groom, 375; Samuel O. Hendren, 356; Jared Forsman, 350; Harmon Dildine, 340; Nathaniel Tallman, 337; John M. McGuffey, 334; George Long, 320; Milton Fink heirs, 316; Wm. Seymour, 312; Parker Rarey, 312; Moses Seymour, 296; C. P. Dildine, 289; Joseph Sharp heirs, 278; W. D. Needels, 276; Geo. Needels, 273; Wm. Whims, 269; John G. Edwards, 262; Abraham Swisher heirs, 260; Adam Havely, 254; Philip Helsel, 243; Thos. Needels, 240; Abraham Lehman, 238; S. M. C. Gibby, 226; John Sharp heirs, 225; John Baher, 220; Samuel Leigh, 220; L. Rarey, 220; Thos. Gray, 217; J. A. Kile heirs, 216; Solomon Woodring, 210; Jesse Dildine, 208; Joseph Dildine, 207; Samuel Detwiler, 200; Elihu McCracken, 194; Abraham Sharp, 191.
     Land owners in 1872, beginning at the northeast corner of the township:
Section No. 6, S. Hempy, G. French, J. Dovel, A. French, A. M. Selby, J. W. Wingert, John Wright, J. R. Vandemark, H. Algire, Mrs. R. Holbert and E. McCracken;
Section No. 1, S. Hempy, J. O'Roark, D. Motts, Geo. King, G. W. Groves, J. W. Peters, E. Ruse, G. W. Ruse, and Geo. Needels;
Section No. 2, John Wright, J. M. Montgomery, H. Miller, and Geo. Needels;
Section No. 3, Zadok Vesey, Truro Presbyterian church, S. A. Needels and Wm. Purdy;
Section No. 4, R. E. & S. Brown, J. S. Carson, Mrs. M. E. Whetzel, M. Brown, Alfred Gray, John McGuffey, L. Spencer and Wm. Baird;
Section No. 5, C. H. Gray, R. S. Gray, M. A. Gray, S. H. Whims, Philip Swartz, Lewis Schleppi, M. Barrett, V. Zimmer, F. Spangler, J. R. Leasure, Wm. Baird and Peter E. Swartz;
Section No. 6, Lewis Schleppi, Philip Swartz, John Heil, C. Maley, Alex. Chickenger, Robert Scott, J. Burkey, Peter E. Swartz, H. J. Schleppi, D. Spangler, J. Spangler and Geo. Moore;
Section No. 7, Joseph Behm, G. W. Helsel, John Behm, Adam Helsel, M. V. Weber, I. Worthington, T. Helsel, A. Rohr and Elias Johnson;
Section No. 8, A. J. Taylor, Behm heirs, M. A. Needels, S. R. Helsel, Jacob Rohr, guardian, J. A. Needels, Jacob Rohr, and M. Rohr heirs;
Section No. 9, Geo. W. Needels, R. J. Needels, Asbury Church, John McGuffey, Mrs. S. A. Kile, J. W. Kile, Mrs. S. A. Needels, A. T> Brown, and L. J. Needels;
Section No. 10, Jacob Bowman, Wm. Whims, Almira Needels, Sarah Ann Needels, and Mrs. M. B. Stevenson;
Section No. 11, Wm. Leidy, Jacob L. Bowman, J. Leidy, Geo. Needels, H. Miller, Jacob Bowman, I. Kalb's heirs, Jerry Kalb, Wm. Whims and N. A. Stevenson;
Section No. 12, A. K. Whims, Samuel Detwiler, John Wright and I. Kalb's heirs;
Section No. 7, W. K. Alkire, S. H. Whims, James Pickering, James Lawrence, and A. Bowman;
Section No. 18, James Lawrence, I. E. Stevenson, Jacob Bowman, Chas. and Amos Bush and Noah Lehman;
Section No. 13, John Wright, S. Kramer, A. Alspaugh, John Aspaugh, A. B. Stevenson, Sam and Joe Lehman, John S. Lehman, and Samuel Shoemaker;
Section No. 14, Geo. W. Kalb, N. A. Stevenson, J. S. Stevenson, John Courtright, Chaney & Decker, Jacob Bachman, and Chas. Weber;
Section No. 15, Wm. Kramer, Mrs. M. B. Stevenson, Thomas Patterson, O. Codner heirs, Jacob Coble, Mrs. A. Codner, Israel Swisher and Fred Swisher;
Section No. 16, school section, occupied by Sylvester Carruthers, H. C. Swisher, Albert Younhg and J. W. Cromwell;
Section No. 17, F. Rarey, R. Hendren, G. H. Kalies, John G. Edwards, Mrs. M. Kile, Wm. Wildermuth and B. Hendren;
Section No. 18, John G. Edwards, C. L. Emde, L. Emde, Edwards Station, L. Merle and Geo. L. Converse;
Section No. 19, W. K. Cox , S. E. H. Kile, W. P. Sharp, John Nau, Mrs. T. S. Doherty, John F. Kile, Robt. A. Kile, and Henry Obetz;
Section No. 20, T. C. Hendren heirs, A. T. Hendren, R. A. Kile, Wm. Wildermuth, Kalita Sallee and Jacob Stoutzenbarger;
Section No. 21, Frederick Swisher, H. C. Swisher, W. H. Rarey, Frederick Rarey, D. Whetzel and Wm. Vance;
Section 22, Eliza McGuffey, B. C. Sims, J. T. Simms, Olver Codner heirs, A. T. Hendren, S. E. Hendren, Thos. Fagan, J. W. Simms, P. W. Simms, Robt. F. Dildine, Frederick Swisher, Belinda Simms, W. H. Rager, and Mrs. C. Zinn;
Section No. 23, David Martin, Jacob Bachman, Jeff Mosier, John Wright, Philip C. Tussing, and Wm. M. Simms;
Section No. 24, Isaac Lehman, Menenite, Church, L. Shoemaker, David Martin, P. Bond, too gate, Geo. T. Wheeler, John Rohr, Jr., and Samuel Wheeler;
Section No. 19, Henry W. Shaffer, Mrs. T. Sparr, Mrs. C. Warner, Adam Warner, Lovina Brown, Mrs. Mary Brown, John Brown, Wm. Brown, and Nathaniel Tallman;
Section No. 30, Jacob Moore, John Kramer, Abraham Lehman, Canal Winchester, E. B. Decker, Samuel Bartlitt and Samuel Deitz;
Section No. 25, Samuel Wheeler, Simon Alspach, O. P. Chaney, Joseph Burgoon, J. and J. Rodenfels Empire Mills, C. Doss, John Chaney Woolen Factory, John Rager, Robert Thrush, Peter Brown and Chaney, Decker & Co.;
Section No. 26, John Rager, Mrs. F. L. Wilson, Moses Seymour and Wm. and M. Seymour;
Section No. 27, R. F. Dildine, A. McCoy, Madison township fair grounds, M. Corbett, M. Zinn, G. L. Smith, W. P. Seymour, Mrs. R. Seymour, Mrs. M. Jones and Wm. T. Decker;
Section No. 28, M. Corbett, Groveport, A. S. and N. S. McCormick, A. Sharp, S. Alspach, Z. C. Payne, Mrs. M. Jones, Wm. T. Decker, Joseph Smith and Wm. H. Rarey;
Section No. 29, J. Watson, G. Kentz, Thos. Blakely, C. F. Needels, J. Nau, Adaline Woods, D. C. Weaver, Joseph Smith, Wm. Hanstine, W. Salzgaber, C. Salzgaber, and A. Sharp;
Section No. 30, J. P. Arnold, John Cox, Wesley Toy's heirs, J. E. Swisher and Wm. McClish;
Section No. 31, Wesley Toy's heirs, Stephen Smith, Sarah E. Harris, Thos. Fagan, Absalom Rohr and Lewis Bunn;
Section No. 32, A. Sharp, Joe Smith, J. G. Sharp, Thos, Fagan, G. Rarey, H. Rarey, Smith & Gould, Mrs. S. Rarey, J. Cheeseman, and Wm. H. McCarty;
Section No. 33, Wm. T. Decker, Joseph Smith, Rarey heirs, G. Rarey and Hunter Rarey;
Section No. 34, W. Seymour, J. Anderix, Wm. T. Decker, Fred Klamforth, and Samuel Leigh;
Section No. 35, Andrew Wilson, Samuel O. Hendren, Mrs. E. Seymour, Thos. Seymous, R. Seymour, W. Seymour, Jas. D. and P. Decker and Samuel S. Christ;
Section No. 36, Elisha B. Decker, Chaney, Decker & Co., Phil. C. Harris, L. Alspach, M. Beglin, P. J. Dill and Elias Decker;
Section No. 31, John R. Wright, M. E. Schrock, Samuel Deitz, E. J. Davidson, Jacob Sarber, Henry Arnold, Daniel Bergstresser, B. F. Ashbrook and A. Bruns;
Section No. 1, David Crouse, P. J. Dill, Aug. Sallee, Oregon, Elias Decker, P. & E. McCarty, Milton Cummins, Jacob Bishop, Geo. W. Lisle and E. Smith;
Section No. 2, Elias Decker, F. Dildine, C. P. Dildine, G. W. Lisle, M. F. Sites and Josiah Flattery;
Section No. 3, Daniel Leigh, A. B. Rarey, C. Black, Thomas Black, Adam Havely, G. S. Dildine, J. A. Bigelow and Wm. Peer;
Section No. 4, S. Sharp, M. A. Kelley, Hunter Rarey, C. L. Pontius, Chas. Pontius, and H. R. Rarey;
Section No. 5, W. H. Bishop, G. L. Smith, R. Rarey, F. G. Pontius, and Phil. Pontius;
Section No. 6, Chas. Rohr, John Rohr, John Lincoln, I. Huddle, Hannah Wolf, Wm. H. McCarty, and A. Sawyers;
Section No. 7, J. L. Bunn, E. Groome, Samuel Stewart, T. M. Murphy, W. H. Harrison, and J. Wright's heirs; section No. 8, Chas.  Pontius, J. L. Bunn, N. H. Bunn, Phil Pontius, M. H. Kelly, H. Long, S. Murphy, F. Miller and A. L. Perrell;
Section No. 9, Thomas Groom, Chas. Pontius, Mrs. C. Sawyer, Hopewell M. E. Church and Philip Pontius;
Section No. 10, Geo. Seyour, Chaney Decker & Co., Daniel Leigh and A. B. Rarey;
Section No. 11, Wm. Whaley, Miss J. Welton, Geo. Long, P. S. Long, Nathan Whaley and Chaney, Decker & Co.;
Section No. 12, Jeremiah Runkle, Samuel Runkle, Geo. Long, and John Blackwood.
     The following owned a quarter section or more in 1872:  John Wright, 189 acres; Chaney, Decker & Co., 640; E. B. Decker, 160; Madison township school section, 640; Zadok Vessy, 572; Wm. T. Decker, 530; John G. Edwards, 522; Wm. Whims, 448; A. B. Rarey, 411; Thomas Groome, 374; George Needels, 367; Joseph Smith, 353; Abram Sharp, 332; Geo. L. Converse, 334; N. Tallman, 328; Elias Decker, 323; George Long, 320; James Lawrence, 300; Jacob Bowman, 297; Samuel O. Hendren, 280; John McGuffey, 261; Mrs. M. B. Stevenson, 256; Wm. Wildermuth, 251; Peter E. Swartz, 246; Chas. Rohr, 245; David Martin, 231; G. L. Smith, 219; Samuel Leigh, 220; John Rager, 210; Samuel Deitz, 209; Jacob Rohr, 209; Wesley Toy heirs; 205; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilson, 201; Frederick Swisher, 200; Moses Seymour, 200, William Peer, 200; S. R. Helsel, 200; Jacob Coble, 200; Chas. Pontius, 193; Wm. H. Rarey, 192; Samuel Detwiler, 190; F. G. Pontius, 190; Philip Pontius, 192; Elihu McCracken, 189; S. H. Whims, 187; John Behm, 182; Jacob Bishop, 182; J. P. Arnold, 180; Geo. W. Lisle, 176; A. K. Whims, 171; Abraham Lehman heirs, 170; Thos. Fagan, 168; W. K. Algire, 165; W. H. McCarty, 164; J. L. Bunn, 167; Samuel Wheeler, 160; John Courtright, 160; and Mrs. M. Jones, 160.

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