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NOBLE COUNTY,
OHIO

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For Reference: Noble County was formed in 1851

 
SOURCE:  The Daily Ohio Statesman, Ohio - Aug. 24, 1856
Good News from Noble County
SARAHSVILLE, Noble County, Ohio
     DEAR SIR: - Yesterday the Black Republicans had, or rather were to have, a Great Mass Meeting in this place.  For two weeks past they have been circulating ___ing hand-bills, announcing that Tom Ford, Judge Cowan, and other distinguished speakers, would be present to address the "assembled multitude."  Every possible effort was made to get out a "crowd."  The day came, but alas! not the crowd or speakers.  There were, all told, only 196 present.  Discovering that the announced speakers were not present, quite a umber left the meeting.  The few who remained were addressed by two or three third-rate politicians who 'shrieked' most lustily for 'freedom,' etc.  The "crowd" then disappeared, apparently disgusted and much discouraged.  Buchanan is gaining daily - Fremont cannot get Chase's vote in this county.  I know of many who voted for Chase that are now for Buchanan; besides there is a Fillmore party here.  Very respectfully.

Source:  The Daily Ohio Statesman, Ohio - Dec. 1, 1859.
An individual named NACE was arrested night before last by Marshal COFFROTH and officer WHITE, in Williamsport, Noble county, and brought to this city for cutting seats in the passenger cars of the Central Ohio Railroad.  He was arrested last week by the same officers, but managed to make his escape by jumping out of a car while the train was in motion.  He was taken to the city prison to await trial.



 
Source:  Cincinnati Daily Enquirer - Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio
Dated: Dec. 24, 1869

MARRIED:
     MUNN - CLING - At East Union Township Dec. 15, Warren Munn, of Nebraska City, to Miss Rachel Cling.
 
SOURCE:  The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pennsylvania - June 30, 1876
Philadelphia and Suburbs, the Great Exposition:
Mentions:
Among other items of correspondence
received at the Ohio State Building is one over the signature of Commissioner of Pensions Bentley, stating that the last survivor of the pensioners of the Revolution was a resident of Ohio named John Gray, who enlisted in 1781, and died in Noble County, Ohio, March 29, 1868.
SOURCE:  The Wheeling Register, W. Virginia -  Oct. 12, 1882
NOBLE COUNTY.
Special Dispatch to the Register
CALDWELL, O., October 11. - This county complete and official, gives Updegraff thirteen majority only.





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