History of Warren
A History of the County; Its Townships, Towns,
Etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of
Settlers and Prominent Men; History of The North-
West Territory; History of Ohio; Map of
Warren County; Constitution of the
United States, Miscellaneous
Matters, Etc., Etc.
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Publ. Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co.,
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||Salem Twp. -
WILLIAM IRELAND, farmer; P. O. Morrow;
one of the pioneers of the county, being born in Salem
Township, Aug. 15, 1811. He received the usual
education peculiar to the days of long ago, which were
rather limited. He was united in marriage Aug. 30,
1831, to Jemima Jackson; those parents had a family
of fourteen children, James, born Jan. 14,
1813; Mary J., born Aug. 24, 1834; Francis A.
born Feb. 10, 1836, died June, 1880; Nancy H., born
Dec. 3, 1837, deceased; Anna, born Nov. 28, 1839;
Martha, born Mar. 30, 1842, deceased; Sarah, born
June 3, 1844, deceased; Elizabeth, born Nov. 16,
1847, deceased; Thomas T., Apr. 18, 1846, deceased;
Emeline, born June 27, 1849; Dekin, born Apr.
23, 1851, deceased; Laurilla, born Feb. 22, 1853;
Franklin P., born Feb. 15, 1856; and Eva, born
July 1, 1858, deceased. Mr. Ireland is a
Democrat of the old school, and has held the office of Land
Appraiser for one term. He owns a farm of good land,
in a high state of cultivation, with pleasant surroundings.
His father was Thomas Ireland, a native of Shenandoah
Co., Va., born Nov. 20, 1776. He married Sarah
Clevenger, of his own native State, one year his junior.
They came to Warren Co., this State, in 1805, settling near
Morrow. They were the parents of nine children, three
sons and six daughters. He died Dec. 18, 1858, and she
November, 1862. William Jackson, the father of
Mrs. Ireland, a native of New Jersey, born about
1777. He went to Virginia when quite young; he married
Miss Hannah Bennett, a native of Maryland, born Dec.
25, 1779. They came to this State in 1828; they were
the parents of eleven children, among whom was the Rev.
W. B. Jackson, of the Cincinnati Conference.
Source: History of Warren Co., Ohio - Publ.
Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1882 - Page 1024
||Turtle Creek Twp. -
G. W. IUTZI, farmer; P. O. Blue Ball,
Butler Co.; born in Montgomery Co., Ohio, June 13, 1839; he
is the son of Jacob and Merie (Holly) Iutzi, natives
of Germany, who emigrated to America in 1832, and settled in
Butler Co., Ohio; they were married in 1836, and had nine
children, of whom three now survive, viz., G. W., Emelie
I. and Otto, all following the occupation of
their father, that is, farming. Their father died
April 8, 1858, leaving a farm of 220 acres in Turtle Creek
Township; he was a Democrat until 1856, when Fremont ran for
the Presidency, after which, until his death, he was a
stanch and enthusiastic Republican. HE was a chosen
preacher for the Mennonite Church for many years. Our
subject received a fair education; he received his education
in the academy at Monroe, Ohio; he is now conducting a farm
with good success.
Source: History of Warren
Co., Ohio - Publ. Chicago: W. H. Beers & Co., 1882
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