ACKER J. M. farmer; Sec. 16; P.O. Ghana.

Allis Z. T. broom maker; P.O. Paine's Point.

Andrews Frank, farmer; Sec.4; P.O. Paine's Point

Andrews G. farm; S. 3; P. O. Paine's Point.

Appleyard J. W. farmer; P.O. Ghana.

Appleyard Thos. L. carpenter; Ghana.

Ashmore Pat'k, farmer; Sec.10; P.O. Ghana.

Austin A. farm; Sec. 3; P. 0. Paine's Point.

Aznoe T. renter; Sec. 3; P. 0. Paine's Point.


BAILEY JOHN B. Stock Dealer; Ghana; owns 160 acres farm land; born in Harrison Co., Ohio, in Feb., 1833; came to this state in 1837, and to this Co. in 1839-'40: married Sallie Pue Trask March 21, 1867; she was born in Ogle Co. Jan. 12, 1847; Wm. Hutchins is their only child, born April 16, 1870; Mr. B. has been Town Assessor for six years, and previous to his moving here held the same office in Nashua Tp. for five years; he was also Collector for this Tp. for one year.

Beardin James.

Beardin S. farm; S. 2; P. O. Paine's Point

Black John.

Black Reuben.

Booth J. W. lumber dealer; Ghana.

BOWEN W. Farmer; Sec. 3; P. O. Paine's Point; born in Dorset, Bennington Co., Vt, Oct 3,1811; Mr. Bowen's grand­father was one of that band of patriots who threw overboard the tea in Boston Harbor, and afterwards served seven years in the Continental Army; Mr. Bowen came to this Co. Oct 23,1841; married Jane Col­lier Feb. 29,1832; she was born Aug. 26, 1814; have had six children: Sarah S. (deceased), Bethana S. (deceased), Mary C., Mahala S., Ellen S. and Marshall S. (the youngest of the four who are still living); owns 300 acres; Democrat.

Bownson Ernest

Brass Elmer.

Buright Albert, farmer; P. O. Ghana.

BfTRICHT M. B. Farmer; Sec. 33; P. O. Ghana; owns 200 acres; born Dec. 25, 1815, in N. Y. State; was raised in Lake Co., Ohio; came to Ogle Co. in April, 1838; married twice; first wife, Susannah Drummond, died Aug. 24, 1873; married Judith Drummond, Feb. 10,1875; had nine children, seven of whom are living; both are members of the Christian Church; Mr. Buright was one of the three Road Commissioners who were in office when Pine Rock Tp. was first originated.

Buright S. farmer; Sec. 34; P. O. Ghana.

Buright T. farmer; Sec. 16; P. O. Ghana.

Burton Henry, farmer; Sec. 82; P. O. Ghana.

BUTTERFIELD  ANDREW J. Farmer; Sec. 18; P. O. Ghana; Democrat; came to this Co. Aug., 1850 ; married twice; first wife, Sarah Butter-field, a cousin, on the 12th of April, 1854, by whom he had four children: George, born May 5, 1855; Benjamin, May 5, 1857, died Nov. 14, 1865; Andrew E., Sept. 10, 1858; Charles A, 8ept 3. 1860 ; married present wife, Nancy Dickinson, in 1862; she was born Oct 7, 1844; four children: Sarah E.,born Feb. 3, 1865 ; Addie.Oct. 2, 1867 ; Laura A., Nov. 29, 1870; Mortimer W., Oct 13, 1873; 280 acres.

BUTTERFIELD ELIHU, Farmer; Sec. 10; P. O. Honey Creek; born in Troy Tp., Bradford Co., Pa.; School Director; came to this Co. in Oct, 1854: married Jane Lewis, who was born in Brooklyn, Susquehanna Co., Pa., Feb. 28, 1821, on May 19, 1839; have had eleven children, three of whom are dead; Mr. Butter. field furnished three sons to fight for the Union in the late rebellion; Charles, wounded twice, Louis, and Elihu M., who was a prisoner at Andersonville and Florence, Ala. ; all served throughout the war, and were either promoted or honorably mentioned for meritorious services; owns 25 acres.

Butterfield G. farmer; Sec. 8; P. O. Ghana.

Bush Martin.

CANF1ELD  BENJAMIN   A.(Deceased) born in Shandaken, Ulster Co., N. Y., Aug. 24, 1821 ; came to this Co. July 1, 1S46; married Annie McGuflBn, who was born in London, Canada, July 28,1833; Mr. Canfield, during life, held the offices of Tax Collector and School Director, and was also class leader of the M. E. Church for a number of years ; he • died Feb. 14, 1874; Mrs. Canfield. who survives her husband, owns 291 acres farm land; resides Sec. 21, P. O. Ghana; is a member of the M. E. Church, and mother of six children: Catherine Imogene, Helen Rosamond, Sarah Abigail, Violet May, John, Benjamin, and Blanche Anna.

Canfield E. D. farmer; Sec. 21 ; P. O. Ghana.

Canfield E. H. farmer; Sec. 27 ; P. O. Ghana.

Canfield G. E. farmer; Sec. 21 ; P. O. Ghana.

Canfield O. W. farmer; Sec. 21 : P. O. Ghana.

Capes Richard, wagon maker ; P.O.Carthage.

Cave George, farmer; P. O. Ghana.

Cavett Reuben, farmer ; Sec. 28 ; P. O. Ghana.

CHAMBERLIN  B.  B. Farmer; Sec. 19; P. O. Honey Creek; born in Genesee Co., Byron Tp., N. Y., Nov. 20, 1822; came to Illinois, settling in Lee Co., in 1836; remained until March, 1844, when he moved to this Co., where, with the exception of eight years spent in Elgin, he has since lived; married Lodicy B. Chamberlin, a cousin, March 10,1844; she was born Oct. 29,1832; have had six children: Alice A., born Jan. 9,1846, died March 2, 1852; OliaA., Jan. 20, 1848; Prank O., Oct 2,1851; Ella E., Aug. 29, 1854; Fred Leon, Oct 8,1858; Charlie C., June 30, 1862; owns 400 acres land.

Chubbuck J. M. farmer.

Clapp Chas. farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Ghana.

CLAPP OLIVER (deceased) born in East Hampton, Mass., Feb. 3, 1817; married Melissa Dewey Jan. 4,1842; died Sept 25, 1856; Mrs. Clapp, who was born in Middlefield, Mass., Aug. 8,1817, resides on Sec. 11; P. O. Ghana, and with the assistance of her son, Charles, successfully manages a farm of 80 acres; Mrs. Clapp is the mother of four children: Cynthia O., born Nov. 15, 1842; Clemena, Aug. 4, 1846, died Nov. 4, 1847; Charles S., Dec. 21, 1849; Celia S., Nov. 17,1854.

Clark James, farmer; Sec. 16; P. 0. Ghana.

Clark L. W. druggist; Ghana.

CLARK THOS, (deceased) born in Little Harwood, Buckinghamshire, Eng., Aug. 3,1824; came to the United States in 1854; four years after brought over his family, settling in this Co.; at the breaking out of the war he enlisted in Co. E, 34th I. V. I., and died second year after enlistment, Oct. 3, 1862; married Mary Montgomery Aug. 26, 1846, in England ; she was born June 23, 1825; the children are: Sarah Ann, born June 3, 1847, died Jan. 24, 1862; Elizabeth, May 1, 1848; Rosanna, Aua;. 29, 1849, died June 10, 1875; J. T.r 'Dec. 31, 1850; George W., March 19, 1853; Lucy J., March 26, 1859; Ematia J., Sept. 22,1860.

Clark Wm. farmer; Sec. 5; P. O. Oregon.

Coddington A. P. farm; Sec. 17; P.O.Ghana.

Colburn Henry C. farm; Sec. 20; P.O.Chana.

Cook W. W. farmer; Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point

COOLEY ELIJAH R. Farmer; Sec. 36; P. O. Rochelle; born in Pine Rock TpM Ogle Co., May 22, 1848; has lived here ever since; School Director for several years and Town Collector at present; married Amerette Clark SepL 15, 1872; she was born in Flagg Tp., Ogle Co., Jan. 15,1852; have had one child, Alta May, born Oct. 23,1873; owns 100 acres land.

Coaley Wm. farmer; Sec. 36; P. O. Flagg Centre.

CROSS EDMOND, Farmer; Sec. 27; P. 0. Chana; born in Coshocton Co., Ohio, May 17,1833; came to this Co. in Nov., 1852; married Miss L. Tilton Oct 14,1852; she was born in Knox Co., Ohio, Oct 7 1836; they had four children: Merit D., born Aug. 3, 1856; James P., March 16, 1858, died May 12,1863; Wm. W., Aug. 8, 1864; Jennie, Feb. 24,1875; has 163 acres.

Cross Jas. L. farmer; P. 0. Chana.

Cross T. J. farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Chana,

Crumb Gabriel, farmer; Sec. 31; P.O. Ghana.

Cullinan J. fanner; Sec. 22;  P. 0. Chana.

Cullinan Pat, farmer; Sec. 22; P. 0. Chana.

Cummins J. farmer; Sec. 5;  P. O.Oregon.

Cummings Wm. farmer; Sec. 19; P. O. Honey Creek.

DAILEY COLVTN, farmer; Sec. 26; P. O. Ghana.

DAILEY MERIT, Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 34; P. 0. Chana; owns 505 acres in Ogle Co. and 200 acres in Iowa; born in Luzerne Co., Penn., June 19, 1825; came to Ill., settling in Bureau Co.: his father, Luther, dying shortly after; he moved with his mother, Minerva, who died Jan. 22, 1&52, to Ogle Co. in 1840; married Elizabeth Tilton, April 6,1852; she was born in Knox Co,. Ohio, Sept. 30, 1834; they had seven children: Emaline, born Aug. 10, 1853, died Npv. 1,1854; Wm. C., Jan. 25, 1855; Miles S., March 28,1857; Charles D., Dec. 29, 1858; Elijah, April 12, 1860; Minnie L., Jan. 12,1867; Luther M., Sept. 2,1872, died May 12,1873.

Davis James, fanner; Sec. 11; P. O. Ghana.

DAVIS MATHEW, Weaver; Sec. 27; P.O.Chana; born in Columbiana Co., Ind., April 2,1806; when sixteen he moved to Wayne Co., where his parents died; enlisted in the Mexican Army May 1, 1847, in the Mansfield Co. from Richland Co.; after being engaged in the recapture of Pueblo, was honorably discharged on account of sickness Dec 13, 1847; located in Michigan for one year; he removed to Lake Co., Ind., on land granted him by the government; with the exception of one year has lived in this state since 1858; married Mary Taylor in 1833; she was born in Sussex Co., N. J., Sept 2, 1809; they have six children: James B., born Sept. 24,1834; Martha , July 24, 1836; Elizabeth, Jan. 20, 1838; Mary M., Jan. 25, 1840; Sarah M., Sept. 11, 1841; Sylvanius, Feb. 24, 1845; Mr. Davis is a member of the Church of God; his wife professes Methodism.

Deets W. P. farmer; Sec. 15; P. O. Chana.

DEL AIR AIKEN, Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana; born in Cayuga Co., Prov­ince, Ontario, Canada, 1840; Republican; served as a soldier during the Rebellion in Co. M., 8th Regt I. V. C.; married Perla Allen Oct. 13,1876; Mrs. Delair, who is a member of the Lutheran Church, was born in Erin Tp., Ill., March 15, 1855; has 80 acres.

Doner Hugh, fanner; Sec. 22; P. O. Ghana.

Doner Pat. railroad employe; Sec. 15; P.O. Ghana.

Driscoll Jerry, section boss ; Ghana.

Dugdall 0. farmer; Sec. 16; P. 0. Ghana.

Drummonds L. farmer; Sec.32; P.O. Ghana.

EAKLE CHRISTIAN, Farmer; Sec. 32; P.O. Ghana; born in Washington Co., Md., Aug. 25, 1842; came to this Co. Nov. 12, 1845; married Elmeda Cole, who was born in Morrow Co., Ohio, Jan. 16, 1846, on Aug. 31, 1865 ; have had four children: Florence, born Oct 5, 1866; Jessie, Oct. 8, 1868; Joseph, Nov. 14, 1873; Vernice, Sept 14, 1876; owns 135 acres land; his father, who lives with him, served in the War of 1812, and was at the defense of Washington, D. C., when the British entered that city.

Elliott Aaron, flour dealer; Ghana.

Ely Jay, farmer; Sec. 11 ; P. O. Ghana.

ELY JOHN Retired Farmer; Ghana; born in Hebron, Washington Co., N. Y., April 23, 1800; came to this Co. in 1856; has been married three times ; first wife was Jane Stewart, married in August, 1826; she died the year following; second wife was Abigail Waller, married in the year 1827, and died in 1862; married Mrs. Horton (widow), maiden name Abigail Cooley, in August, 1863; she was born Feb. 28, 1822; Mr. E. has four children living and two dead ; owns 183 acres farm land, and a house and lot in Ghana; Dem­ocrat; his wife is a member of the M. E. Church.

Emerson Thos. blacksmith ; Ghana.

Engallchrist A. farm; Sec. 9; P. O. Ghana.

ESHBACH GEO.L. Farmer; Sec.10; P. O. Ghana ; born in Niagara Co., N. Y., Nov. 7, 1847 ; came to Ogle Co. 25 years ago ; works 160 acres of land belonging to his father, S. J. Eshbach ; married Lizzie L. Bruner, who was born in Freeport, Ill. ; have one child, Walter W., born April 4, 1875.

EYCHANER ALLEN, Retired Farmer; Ghana; owns 140 acres, valued at $45 per acre, besides considerable Ghana property, including the house in which he lives, worth in all about $3,000; born in Oneida Co., N. Y., July 2, 1829; came to this Co. with his father and mother (Conrad and Catherine, who have since died), in 1844; married Esther Hitchcock Feb. 4, 1853; she was born in Middlesex Co., Mass.; their only child, Wm. A_, was born Sept 8, 1856.

FEAKES WM. Farmer; Sec. 18; P. O. Ghana; born in Portsmouth, Eng., Aug. 25, 1845; came to the U. 1864, landing in N. Y. City, and before a month had elapsed he enlisted in the 13th N. Y. V. C., serving with distinction throughout the rebellion, when he was mustered out; came to this Co. in 1866; married Margaret Ann James in White Rock Tp., March 16, 1870; she was born June 26, 1851; have had four children: Willie L., born Nov. 12, 1870; Margaret E., March 13,1872; Norman R., March 23, 1874, died Aug. 19, 1877; Egbert Alvin, born Aug. 23, 1877.

FERGASON A. I. Pastor of the Christian Church at Washington Grove; P. O. Chana; his father, Athan, who was one of the very first settlers in this section, went to Cal. in 1850, and died in San Francisco of the typhoid fever ; Mr. F. was born in this Co. May 6, 1845, and with the exception of 11 years passed in Iowa, where he first took charge of a congrega­tion, has always lived in this Co. ; moved with his mother, Eliza R., and four brothers to Iowa ; while there presided over the Christian Church at Xenia; Mr. F. had two brothers who served in the army during the rebellion ; David enlisted in Co. F, 34th I. V. I., and John in Co. G, 75th I.V. I.; married Alice K. Granger, who was bom in Lee Co. June 24, 1847, on Oct. 27, 1867, in Tama Co., Iowa; have had three children : Luna May, born in Butler Co., Iowa, Oct. 10, 1868; Frank G. and Fred. E. (twins), born in same place, Jan. 26, 1872; during Mr. F.'s pastorate at this place, he has been remarkably successful in convincing sinners of the error of their ways and inducing them to join the church ; the church was first organized in 1842; the present edifice was built in 1850 ; it is held in trust by three trustees.

Fosgate Frank.

GATES JOSEPH, section hand; Ghana.

GALE SCOTT, Farmer; Sec. 3; P. 0. Paine's Point; born in Ogle Co., Jan. 27, 1849; married Ida Burroughs June 9,1873; she was born in Lynnville, Ogle Co., Aug. 28, 1850; have one child, Lena Maud, born Sept 1, 1874; owns 220 acres.

Gifford H. tanner; Sec. 10; P. 0. Chana. Gibson John, farmer; Sec. 9; P. O.

Ghana. Gitchell Deborah, farm ; Sec. 30 ; P.O.Chana.

Gornson Robert.

GRANT JOHN. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 1; P. 0. Paine's Point; born in Erie, Pa., May 2, 1835 ; came to this Co. in the Fall of 1845; married Ellen M. Ballard Oct. 15, 1863; she was born in Northampton, Hampshire Co.. Mass., Oct 29, 1835; have .had four children, all of whom were born in Ogle Co. : George W, born Nov. 12, 1864; Charles L., Dec. 22, 1866 ; Edward C., June 19, 1868 ; Cora May, Aug. 23, 1871 ; owns 160 acres.

GRAY WILLIAM H. Farmer; Sec. 1; P. O. Paine's Point; born in Camden, Oneida Co., N. Y., Feb. 15, 1833; came to this state and settled in Winnebago Co. in 1857; has lived in this Co. 11 years; married Mable R. Scoville Dec. 25, I860; Mrs. Gray was born May 17, 1836; have three children: Charlie E., born Aug. 20,1862; Morris E., Nov. 20,1864; Grace May, July 8,1873; owns 136 acres.

Griswold Jas. farmer; Sec. 4; P. O. Ghana.

Griswold John, farmer; Sec. 8; P.O. Chana.

HALL WILLIAM, blacksmith;  Sec. 3; P. O. Paine's Point.

Hardesty Absolorn, farmer; Sec. 32; P. O. Ashton.

Hardesty Dutch, farm; Sec. 30; P.O. Chana.

Hardesty Edwin, farm; Sec. 30; P. O. Chana.

Hardesty Frank, farm; Sec. 30; P. O. Chana.

Hardesty Geo. farmer; Sec. 30; P. O. Chana.

Hardesty R B. farm; Sec. 30; P. O. Chana.

Harr Balser, farmer; Sec. 2; P. 0. Paine's Point.

Harr George, farmer; Sec. 5: P. 0. Paine's Point.

Harteman William.

Hawley J. M. farmer;  Sec. 9; P. O. Chana.

Haynes Colvin, farm; Sec. 15; P. 0. Chana.

HAZELTON MILO, Farmer; Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point; born in German, Chenango Co., N. Y., Jan. 24, 1831; came to this Co. in 1849: married Ruth W. Allis, who was born in Hatfield, Hampshire Co., Mass., May 21,1830, on the 16th of March, 1857; have had four children: Charles E., born Feb. 20, I860; Ellen J., Aug. 13,1862; Emma J., April 20, 1864; Sarah Delia, Sept. 19,1873; owns 40 acres; Democrat.

Hodge Hugh; farmer; Sec.23; P. O. Chana.

Horton C. farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana.

Horton Rufus, farmer; P. O. Chana.

Hull Isaac, farmer; Sec. 17; P. O. Chana.

JONES G. W. farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana.

Jones J.B. farmer; Sec. 11;  P. O. Chana.

Jones Perry, farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana.

JONES SAMUEL, Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana; born in Lycoming Co., Penn., April 24,1801; came "to this Co. in July, 1849, and, with the exception of seven years passed in Lee Co., has lived here ever since; married twice; first wife, Maria Cockerell, Jan. 15, 1824; she was born in Md. in 1805, and died Oct. 28,1845; second wife, Sarah Boston, Dec. 23,1847; she was born in Frederick Co., Md.,Dec. 29, 1818; Mr. Jones was the father of sixteen children, eleven of whom are living; Mr. J. is a prominent member of the M. E. Church, having united with that denomination in 1839.

KEYSER JOHN, Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point

Kilmer Daniel, P. O. Paine's Point

LAUTZ EDWIN, farmer; P. O. Ashton.

Lilly Jacob P. wagon maker; Paine's Point.

Lilly J. B. hardware; Chana.

Light W. farm; Sec. 7; P. O. Honey Creek.

Linnsden James, farmer;  Sec.  8;   P.  O. Honey Creek.

McCLOUD NORMAN, farmer; Sec. 18; P. O. Chana.

Mackenzie William.

Maloy John, farmer; Sec. 5; P. O. Chana.

Marson S.G. farmer; Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point.

Mason G. farmer; Sec. 29; P. O. Chana.

Mathews E. F. shoemaker; Chana.

Miller Jos. attorney; Chana.

Mitchell J. B. farmer; Sec. 21; P. 0. Ghana.

Mitchell J. farmer; Sec. 21; P. O. Chana.

Mitchel S. farmer; Sec. 21; P. O. Chana.

Moody N. farmer; Sec. 32;   P. O. Chana.

Morgan H. farmer; Sec. 25; P. O. Ghana.

Murry George, farm hand; Sec. 21; P. O. Chana.

NEWELL LABIN, farmer; Sec. 3; P. O. Chana.

Nichols M. C. farmer; Sec. 4; P. O. Paine's Point.

OBER DEXTER, farmer; Sec. 4; P. O. Chana.

OBER JOHN, Farmer; Sec. 16; P.O. Chana;   born   in   Hillsborough, N.   H., Sept. 27,1803; came to this Co. in 1854; married Sarah Robinson April 31, 1834; she was born Sept. 8,1800; have had four children, one of whom died in infancy; those still living are: Sarah M., born Feb. 27,1839; John C., Oct. 21, 1841; .Dexter, Oct. 12,1844; owns 241 acres.

Ober John, Jr., farmer; Sec. 16; P. O. Ghana.

Ogden Chas. farmer; Sec. 18; P. 0. Ghana.

Ogle Lewis, farmer; P. 0. Ghana.

Ogle William, farmer; P. 0. Chana.

ORNER ENOCH H. Farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Rochelle; born in Delaware Tp., Northumberland Co., Pa., Oct. 5, 1828; came to this state in 1855, clerking in a store at Genoa, De Kalb Co., for two years, when he came to this Co, where previous to his marrying he taught school for four terms; owns 183 acres of land; married Mary E. Cross Nov. 3,1859; she was born Oct. 14, 1838; they have had seven chil­dren: Willie, born Oct 21, 1860, died April 15,1862; Alice, Aug. 15,1862, died April 10, 1863; Perry, April 29. 1864; George E., Jan. 21,1868; Cora May, Jan. 10, 1870; Maggie, May 5, 1872; Olga, April 15,1873.


Pike F. W. justice of the Peace; Ghana.

Proctor George, stock dealer; Ghana.

REA J. E. farmer; Sec. 5; P. O. Paine's Point

Rea John, farmer; Sec. 5; P. O. Oregon.

Rea William, farmer: Sec. 5; P.O. Paine's Point.

Rice B. J. farmer; Sec. 35; P. 0. Ashton.

Rice David, farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Ghana.

RICE  WILLIAM,  Farmer; Sec. 1; P. O. Paine's Point; born in Allegany Co., N. Y., Sept. 15, 1822; came to this Co. in 1837; married Mary Boyce, Feb. 28,1854; Mrs. Rice was born Oct. 14, 1834; Mr. It's family consists of seven children: Emma J., born March 15,1855; Frank E., Aug. 29, 1857; Benjamin B., Aug. 13,1860; Carrie M., April 19,1865; Mattie E., Nov. 2,1867; Stella B., Jan. 24, 1870; Freddie W., April 21, 1876; and a sister's child, Laura M. Collier, Dec. 18, 1860.

Roberts Samuel, telegraph operator; Ghana.

Robinson James, farm; Sec. 5; P. O. Ghana.

Robinson Jariel, farm; Sec. 8; P. O. Ghana.

Roe G. B. farm; Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point

ROE DR. JOHN, (deceased) Born in Chester Co., Pa., in 1800; learned the hatters' trade in Philadelphia, where he was reared; moved to Eddyville, Ky., in 1819, where he married Elizabeth A. Lyon, in 1821; emigrated to Ill., settling in Sangamon Co., in 1827, leaving for* Ogle Co. in 1834; the Indians, not yet hav­ing left this Co., they were detained one year in Putnam Co.; Dr. R., who com­menced studying medicine in Kentucky, was a pioneer physician in this Co., and to the fact of his being the only doctor to be had in this section, in case one was needed, he undoubtedly owed his life, as he had incurred the deadly hatred of the "blacklegs" by his active endeavors to rid the country of that band of des­perate men; Mr. R. moved to Nebraska a short time before his death, which occurred in 1871; his remains were removed from tiiat state to this Co., and reinterred in the family burying ground, at Lighthouse Point, March 4, 1877; Mrs. Roe, who survives her husband, resides in Ghana; she was born in 1805, and is still a hale, hearty old lady, whose memory of early incidents and events is truly remarkable; there are eight children, one having died; the living are: Dr. M. C., Dr. F. M., Giles B., Matthew O, John H., Beulah M., and Francis M.

Roe M. C., M.D.; Ghana.

Rosa John, farmer: Sec. 13; P. O. Ghana.

Ross Andrew, farmer; Sec. 6; P. O. Oregon.

Rowley Abraham, farm; Sec. 30; P.O.Chana,

Rowley Samuel, farmer; Sec. 30; P.O.Chana.

Rowley W. fanner; Sec. 30; P. O. Ghana.

SANFORD PHILEMON, farmer; Sec. 31; P.O.Taylor.

SANFORD HIRAM, Farmer; Sec. 31; P.O.Taylor; born in Poltney, Rut­land Co., Vt, April 21,1802; Mr. Sanford was one of the first settlers in Knox Co., O.; came to this Co. in 1843, and was one of the first Supervisors elected from Taylor Tp.; married Phoebe Sanford, a cousin, March 31,1822; she was born April 5, 1802; they have had eight children: Faxton, born March 8,1823; Syrena, April 9,1825, died in 1848; Newton, Feb. 22, 1827; Catherine, June 29,1829; died Aug. 4, 1831; Philemon, May 8, 1831; Salmon, Nov. 21,1833; Altba, May 14,1838; Lucy, Oct 25,1841; owns 80 acres.

Sanford Wash, school teacher; Sec. 29; P. O. Ghana.

Sargent E. A. K. farmer;   Sec. 10; P. O. Ghana.

Schmelzle Chas. laborer; Chana.

SCHOONHOVEN CHAS. A. Farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Chana; born in Elgin, Kane Co., Ill., Oct. 29, 1845; married Emma Primrose Dec. 10, 1873; Mrs. Schoonhoven was born in Monroe Co., Penn., and is a member of the M. E. Church; owns 142acres land: Republican.

Seaworth John, Jr., farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Chana.

Seaworth John, Sr., farmer; Sec. 14;'P. O. Ghana.

SEAWORTH  JONATHAN, Farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Ghana; born on the Atlantic Ocean Oct 8, 1836; came to this Co. in 1843; married Lucintha Huntley March 24, 1862; Mrs. Seaworth was born Nov. 5, 1837; they have four children: Amos B., born May 21, 1863; William, Feb. 18,1864; Daniel, Nov. 27, 1867; Ellan., March 19, 1874; owns 80 acres land.

Shelly Henry, Sec. 4;  P. O. Paine's Point.

Slagle D. A. farmer; Sec. 3; P. O. Paine's Point.

SMITH GEO. F. Farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Ghana; born in Ogle Co. Oct 5, 1849; Mr. Smith, who has always lived in this Co., is the son of Peter Smith, one of the very first settlers in Ogle Co.; Democrat; married Ann Mary Jones Oct. 9, 1870, in Lafayette Tp., Ogle Co.; she was born Aug. 21, 1841; they have two children: Walter A., born June 3,1873; Peter, Feb. 20,1876; owns 80 acres of land.
Snider M. F. Sec. 4; P. O. Chana. Snider Z. T. farmer; Sec. 4; P. O. Chana. Spirey George, farm hand; P. O. Chana. Spooner D. B. section hand; Chana.

STACY CHARLES R. Farmer; Sec. 36; P. O. Rochelle; owns 158 acres valued at $40 per acre; born in Ogle Co. Jan. 13,1857; his father, Orrin, who died in this Co. July 2,1860, was born in Mass., Sept. 22, 1823; his mother, Eliza J., who died Feb. 26,1869, was born in Mich. Feb. 13, 1825; Emma J., a sister, born Sept. 14, 1853; Orrin, a brother, Aug. 24,1860, died Aug. 14, 1872.

Stinson Erastus, farmer; Sec. 3; P.O. Paine's Point.

Stinson Capt farmer; Sec. 2.

STINSON HENRY H. Farmer; P. O. Paine's Point; in partnership with his brother, John L.; 365 acres; born in Dum­barton Tp., Merrimac Co., N. H.; came to this Co. in 1854; married Mary A. Hichards, who was born in Goffstown, Hillsborough Co., N. H.; have two chil­dren: John L., born May 1, 1867; Jennie B., kov. 11,1868.

STINSON JOHN L. Farmer; in partnership with his brother, Henry H.; 365 acres; Sec. 2; P. O. Paine's Point; born in Dumbarton Tp., Merrimac Co., N. H., July 3,1814; came to this Co. in 1854; married Lydia J. Allen June 27,1857; she was born in Campton, N. H., June 30, 1831; have had three children: Esther A., born June 30, 1858; Henry H., Oct. 21, 1865; Thomas A., Nov. 12,1867.

STINSON THOMAS, Farmer; Sec. 3; P. O. Paine's Point; Mr. Stinson, who has been Co. Supervisor for four years, was born in Dumbarton, Merrimac Co., N. H., May 6,1799; came to this Co., in 1839; married Naomi J. Butterfield, who was born in Goffstown, Hillsborough Co., N. H., April 3, 1808, and died May 18, 1877; have had three children: Elizabeth J., born in N. fl.; Letitia C., born in N. H.; Mary A. (now dead), born in Canada; owns 300 acres; Democrat.

Swortz Jas. farmer; Sec. 23; P. O. Ghana.

TAYLOR LUMAN, farmer; Sec. 1;  P. J.   O. Paine's Point.

Taylor Mason, farmer; Sec. 2; P. 0. Paine's Point.

Thompson F. M. farmer; Sec. 30; P. O. Ghana.

Tilton C. W. farmer; Sec. 27; P. O. Chana.

Tilton Elisha, farmer; Sec. 26; P. O. Chana.

TILTON FRANK, School Director, Farmer; Sec. 34; P. O. Chana; born in Coshocton Co., O., April 12, 1827; came to this Co. in Fall of 1843; married Elizabeth Drummond July 8, 1847; she was born in Franklin Co., O., Feb. 2, 1829; they have had twelve children: Clement R., born July 20, 1848; Levi H., Dec. 20, 1849; Andrew M., July 29, 1851; Bertha, July 15, 1853; Osman C., Jan, 26, 1855; Eva L. July 19,1856; Eulalia F. and Viola E., twins, June 12,1858; Frank, May 2, 1861; Richard T., Jan. 11,1863; Lucy F., Dec. 37, 1865, died Jan. 22, 1873; Milton B., May 31, 1868; Mr. and Mrs. Tilton are both members of the M. E. Church; owns 295 acres land. Tilton Isaac L., farmer ; Sec. 29 ; P. O. Chana.

TILTON JAMES, Farmer; Sec. 26; P. O. Chana ; born in Knox Co., O., July 3, 1845 ; came to this Co. in 1851 , married Josephine Eakle; Mrs. Tilton was born Feb. 1, 1846;   they have four children: Sadie, born April 3, 1867;   Lena, Dec. 16, 1869;  Blanche, July 24,  1872; Clyde, April 13, 1877; owns 80 acres land; Democrat.

Tilton James. M., Sr., farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Chana.

Tilton James, farmer; Sec. 34; P. O. Chana.

TILTON LABAN, Farmer; Sec. 33; P. O. Chana ; born in Coshocton Co., O., Feb. 12, 1820; belongs to Church of God; independent in politics; maried Susan Harper Jan. 14, 1841; she was born in Fauquier Co., Va., July 27, 1825; they have had ten children: William A., born April 14, 1842; George W., June 10, 1844; Sophia, Feb. 26, 1846; Sarah K, Dec. 25, 1847, died Aug. 9, 1851 ; Emily, April 19, 1850; James L., June 15, 1853, died July 4, 1853; Mary A., Sept 16, 1854; Oscar C., May  17,   1857;   Dora,   Aug.   12,   1859; Elbert, March 14, 1861 ; owns 160 acres.

Tilton Lemuel, hotel proprietor; Chana.

Tilton L. H. fanner; Sec. 15; P. O. Chana.

Tilton Oscar, farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Chana.

TILTON THOMAS, Farmer; Sec. 32; P. O. Chana; born in Knox Co., O., Nov. 13, 1833 ; came to this Co. in 1851 ; married Nancy Aikens Dec. 9, 1855 she was born in Ogle Co., July 17, 1837; her mother, who is still living, was one of the first settlers in Ogle Co. ; they have had six children: Warden S., born April 18, 1857; Stewart W., Sept. 3, 1859, died in Nov., 1868; Beecher D., Nov. 23, 1861; Frank Mills, Aug. 29, 1866; Fredrick H., Oct 13, 1870; Gertie May, July 31, 1873; owns 116 acres.

TILTON, W. D. Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Chana ; born in Knox Co., Ohio, Aug. 22, 1849; came to this Co. in Sept., 1851; married Mary Boyle, July, 1871 ; she was born Oct. 7, 1852; have two children: Laura Delcina, born in Lafayette Tp., Ogle Co., March 11, 1872; Hattie, born in Lafayette Tp., Ogle Co., April 25, 1874; owns 80 acres land.

Tilton W. W. farmer; Sec. 27; P. O. Chana.

Todd J. W. grocer; Ghana.

TRASK ISAAC, Farmer; Sec. 17; P. O. Chana; Republican; Captain Trask, who was Town Clerk and Supervisor for a number of years, was born in Glouceter, Mass., Sept. 13, 1804; when 13 years old he went to sea as a sailor before the mast; at 21 he was commander of a vessel in the East India trade out of Baltimore, and made several voyages to that and other foreign countries; married Isabel Rutter May 20,1833; Mrs. Trask was bom May 20,1805, in Baltimore; Captain Trask came to this Co. in 1837, and two years after brought out his wife and family; have had six children: Israel, bom in Baltimore Feb. 22,1834; Margaret R, born in Baltimore May 7,1836; Somes, born in Ogle Co., Aug. 26,1840, died Oct 12,1840; Edward Olwyn, born in Ogle Co. April 10,1841; Ann S., born in Ogle Co. May 21,1844; Sarah Pue, born in Ogle Co. Jan. 12, 1847; owns 309 acres valued at $65 per acre.

TRASK ISRAEL,, Farmer; Sec. 17; P. O. Chana; Mr. Trask, who is a Republican, and holds the office of Town Supervisor ; was born in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 22,1834; came to this Co. in Dec., 1838; married Margaret A. Worthington Dec. 21, 1860; his wife was born in this Co. April 14, 1842; have had four children: Isaac, born May 19, 1862; John Byron, Jan. 23,1864; Edward O., June 9, 1866; Florence Glencora, March 21,1869.

Trombley George, blacksmith; Chana.

Trombley M. farmer; Sec. 9; P. 0. Chana.

Turner David, medical student; P.O. Chana.

WALKER JAMES, farmer; Sec. 24; P. O. Chana.

Walls Dillon, farmer; Sec. 26; P. O. Chana.

Walls Silas, farmer; Sec. 28; P. O. Ghana.

WEAVER GEORGE, Farmer; Sec. 8; P. O. Chana; born in Washington Co., Md., Nov. 15, 1829; moved to Ill., settling in Polo Tp., in 1855, where he was in business for over 12 years, and during which time he was one of the City Fathers and Trustee of the M. E. Church; then moved to Marion Tp., farming for five years, when he opened a hardware store in Oregon; selling out, he went to Chicago and entered the grocery business, remaining but one year, he came to this Tp., building the residence which he now occupies; married, by the Rev. Mr. Gantz, to Elenora S. Spickler, Jan. 9,1851; his wife is a member of the M. E. Church; was born in Washington Co., Md., Feb. 21, 1828; have had five children: Mary L., born Nov. 30, 1S52; George W., Aug. 2, 1854; Emma E., Sept. 13.1856; Clara V., April 3,1858; John H., Dec. 17,1859; 120 acres, valued at $75 per acre.

WELTY DAVID H. Grain Shipper and Stock Dealer; Ghana; owns 220 acres farm land, and the finest residence in Ghana; Republican; born in Washington Co., Md., Oct 1,1621; came to this Co, in the Spring of 1844, remaining three years; he moved to Carroll Co., residing there for sometime; returning to this Co., he has lived in Marion and Pine Rock Tps.; Mr. W. passed six years in California where he was in the quartz business; married twice; first wife was Leah Detrichr married Nov. 6, 1845; she was born July 17, 1826; died Feb. 6, 1861; second wife-was Ann Adams; married Aug. 21, 1861; she was born Dec. 10, 1842 ; have had five children : Susan E., Martha H., and George L., by his first marriage; Mary E. and Sophia Belle by his second marriage.

WILLIAMS  CHARLES B. Farmer; Sec. 33; P.O. Ash ton; born in Ogle Co. Jan. 8, 1838; married Susan M. Moats, Feb. 9, 1860; she was born Dec. 3, 1844; have two children: Emma, born Oct. 22, 1860; Joseph. Dec. 5, 1862; owns 240 acres valued at $20 per acre.

WILLIAMS JACOB, Ghana; Retired Farmer: owns 235 acres, two lots and a house in Chana; Democrat; bom in Baltimore, Md., Feb. 8, 1801 ; when five years old, moved with his parents to Chester Co., Pa. ; then to Butler Co., same state, where he learned the blacksmith trade, which he followed for over 30 years ; came to this Co. when a young man, and has lived here ever since ; Mr. W. was elected School Director last Spring for a term of three years ; married twice ; first wife was Ann Russell; married April 15, 1824; she was born Feb. 12, 1806, and died Aug. 20, 1847 ; married Nancy James July 26, 1848 ; she was born July 21, 1820 ; Mr. W. is the father of 11 children; is a member of the Baptist Church ; his wife is a Methodist.

Wilson Clark farmer; Sec. 15; P. O. Chana,

WILSON, MARGARET, Widow of James M. Wilson ; Sec. 15 ; P. 0. Chana ; born in Urbana, Champaign Co., O., March 1, 1877: married in Sept., 1832, maiden name before marriage Margaret Downs; came to this Co. in 1852; the late Mr. Wilson was born in Perry Co., Pa., Sept. 3, 1806, and died in this Co. Aug. 20, 1877 ; have had thirteen children : Sarah J., born Urbana Oct 18, 1833; Mary, Urbana, Dec. 1, 1835; William O., New Carlisle, Jan. 14, 1838; Samuel M., New Carlisle, Jan. 10, 1840, died Dec. 16, 1871 ; Alice A., New Carlisle, Dec. 15, 1841, died April 10, 1852; Arminta, M., New Carlisle, Jan. 13, 1844, died Aug. 17, 1861 ; Elizabeth J., New Carlisle, June 12, 184&; Katie G., April 23, 1849; Josephine, Aug. 11, 1851; Delia M., Jan. 4, 1854; Margaret, May 24, 1856; Frank H., March 14, 1858; Harry B., April 28, 1861.

Wilson W. D. farmer; Sec. 15; P.O. Chana.

Wood Elisha F. laborer; Sec. 3; P. O. Paine's Point.

Worthington A. farm; Sec. 33; P O. Chana.

Wren L. farmer; Sec. 15; P.O. Chana.

Wright J. B. farmer; Sec. 10; P. O. Chana.
ZEIGLER JACOB, Farmer ; Sec. 3 ; P. O. Paine's Point; born in Butler Co., Pa., Aug. 6, 1844; came to this Co. in 1869; married Agnes G. Rose June 15, 1877; Republican; owns 260 acres farm land.