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Source: Baltimore Patriot
Date: Oct. 15, 1834
Affidavit, State of Ohio, Huron County}ss.
R. M. Bigelow, of lawful age, being duly sworn,
deposeth and saith, that he was the attendant Physician of
Charles Robinson, who died of the cholera at Huron, Huron
county, Ohio, five week ago this day - that after the death of said
(a lawyer from Vermont, ) he in connexion with two other citizens of
Huron county, examined his effects for the purpose of taking an
inventory, and in his trunk was found about thirty envelopes of
blank letter paper, with the frank as Member of Congress, of
"Plummer m. C." also a number of letters addressed to said
Robinson, by different individuals, on business and political
subjects, with name and frank were found in his trunk - this
deponent further states, that after death of said Robinson he
received a letter enclosed in an envelope of like frank from C.
Robinson, Jr. son of said deceased, who, after mentioning other
affairs, closes his letters in these words: - "you will find in this
trunk [his father's] some franks with "Plummer, M. C." on them.
Put one of them over your letter and it will come free."
R. M. BIGELOW
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
18th day of September, A. D> 1834.
Judge of Huron Common Pleas.
| Source: The Blade - Toledo, OH
Date: Sept. 20, 2006
Cherilyn S. Calvert, 51, was
pronounced dead at the scene, troopers at the patrol's Norwalk post
Ms. Calvert was northbound on Road 30
about 1:45 p.m. when she was hit by the truck that was being driven
east on Sherman Norwich by Jeremy S. Litton, 29, of Duck, W.
Va., troopers said.
Mr. Litton, who was driving the truck
for Penn Line Service Inc., of Scottdale, Pa., failed to stop at the
He was not injured and no charges had been filed last night, troopers
| Source: Connecticut Herald
Date: Feb. 24, 1818
On Friday the 19th of December last, Mr. Silas Bower,
of Greenfield, Huron County, Ohio, left his house for the purpose of
hunting, as there had fallen a light snow. He told his wife he
might not return till next day, as he intended to call on a friend in
a neighbouring town. She was not alarmed until Sunday, as she
expected his friend might detain him, in order to accompany him to a
meeting in Greenfield. Search was made, and on Tuesday morning
his lifeless remains were found, within about half a mile of a house,
supposed to have perished with cold. He had killed a deer and
drew it about a mile. It was discovered where he apparently
knelt down, supposed for prayer. He was found sitting on a log,
reclining against a stump. He was hopefully a pious man; was in
the prime of life, and has left a widow and two children.
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