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Source:
The Firelands Pioneer Quarterly
Published by
The Firelands Historical Society
Headquarters in
The Firelands Memorial Building
Norwalk, Ohio
Published at Norwalk, Ohio
The American Publishers Company.
1878

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Volume XIII

 

July 1878

OBITUARY RECORD:
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     [During the lengthened period since the publication of our last volume, a large number of pioneers, and others identified with the history of the Fire Lands, have passed, in the course of nature, to their eternal rest.  Not very many of these, however, were actual "first settlers," but arrived here soon after on the larger wave of immigration that set in from the East when the perils of actual settlement had been overcome by the venturous and eager few.  Some difficulty has been experienced, therefore, in procuring the obituaries of those who were best known, or whose lives might be regarded as of most general interest.  The great increase of population, and the multiplicity of modern interests, have also had their part in obscuring the last traces of some that were coeval with the infancy of the Fire Lands.  To the thoughtfulness of relatives and friends, therefore, and to our own researches in the public press, we are indebted for the material of the notices we here furnish, nor should any deem us blameworthy if they discover omissions where such a multitude had to be selected from.  Some accounts, too, have been much
condensed, to suit the exigencies of space, but we have dealt with all as tenderly as we might with the remains of those loved ones themselves.  As being more convenient of reference, we have likewise adopted an alphabetical arrangement.  ED. PIONEER.]

     BENONI ADAMS.

     HENRY ADAMS.

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     THEODORE BAKER

     TIMOTHY BAKER

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     ZELOTUS BARRITT

     MRS. FANNY BEACH

     MR. LEONARD BENSON

 

 

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     WALTER BRANCH

     JOHN BUCHANAN

     TEMPERANCE CHURCH

     MR. JOHN CLARK

 

 

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     WINTHROP CLOUGH

     JOSEPH BANKS DARLING

     JOHN DENMAN

 

 

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     SARAH DOWNS

 

 

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     JOSEPH FRENCH

     MRS. BETSEY FOSTER

     MRS. CLARISSA GALLUP

 

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     HALLET GALLUP

     MRS. SALLY O. GILSON

 

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     MRS. ELIZA J. HASKELL

     GEORGE C. HUNTINGTON

 

 

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     FRANKLIN JONES.  Died in Lyme township, Huron county, Aug. 30, 1876, Mr. Franklin Jones, aged 72 years.  He was one of the first pioneers of the locality in which he died, and without any marked prominence, was an esteemed citizen in all the relations of life.

     MRS. SALLY KEELER

     BENJAMIN KNIFFIN

     THOMAS LAWRENCE

 

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     JOHN LAYLIN

     ALLAN LINDSLEY

 

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     HENRY F. MERRY

     MRS. ELIZA MERRY

     DANIEL MINER

     JOSEPH MOORE

 

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     RUNDLE PALMER

     MISS HANNAH PALMER

     OLIVER PEAK

 

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     MRS. MARIA PHILIPS.

     JOSEPH PIERCE

     STEPHEN POST

     DANIEL REYNOLDS

     MRS. L. T. REYNOLDS

 

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     BARNET ROE

     HARVEY SACKETT

     MRS. LYMAN SCOTT

 

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     JOHN V. SHARP

     PETER SHERMAN

     MRS. ANN IDA SIMMONS

     MRS. DANIEL SOWERS

 

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     DANIEL SOWERS

     ISAAC STURTEVANT

     JAMES SWEET

     SAMUEL TELLER

 

 

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