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Source:  Pennsylvania Inquirer - Penn.
Dated:  Jan. 24, 1843
     A man named Carroll was shot by a constable in Highland county, Ohio, on Monday last.  The constable had levied on and was taking away personal property of Carroll, when the latter followed, assaulted him, and was killed by a pistol ball.  The constable was discharged.
Source:  Tri-Weekly Ohio Statesman
Dated: April 28, 1847
ROBBERY AT FAYETTEVILLE, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO - On the night of the 10th inst. the store of J. D. Edwards, in Fayetteville, Highland Co., Ohio, was entered by one or more persons and robbed of about $40 in gold and silver.  The locks of two trunks were broken, no goods were stolen.  An entrance was effected by making a hole through a solid inch wall.  No clue to the robbers had been obtained, when our informant wrote - Hillsborough Gazette.
Source:  Lowell Daily Citizen and News  - Mass.
Dated: Oct. 22, 1857
Mr. Garretson of Richland, Iowa, has in his garden what he calls an "ever-bearing strawberry."  He found it growing wild in Highland county, Ohio, and it possesses the distinction of blooming and bearing fruit through the whole season.
Source: The Daily True Delta - Louisiana
Dated: Apr. 5, 1863
    
Two hundred and thirty-one ladies of Highland county, Ohio have petitioned the Legislature of that State to pass a law prohibiting negro emigration there
Source:  The Wheeling Register - W. Virginia
Dated: Feb. 9, 1889
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
     Lung fever is prevalent in Highland county, Ohio
Source:   Anaconda Standard - Montana
Dated: Jan. 31, 1904
     Prolific Long-Living Family.
    
Six Shaffer brothers, sons of John Shaffer of Highland county, Ohio, were photographed in a group at Hillsboro, Ohio, a few days ago.  The eldest is 86 years of age and the youngest 74.  Their united aged amount to 430 years.  Their father's children numbered 13, and the children of these 6 brothers number, respectively, 11, 8, 9, 13, 12 and 5, giving the list in the order of the fathers' ages.

 
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