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Democratic Herald
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Description: Thomas & Wilsom marriage; death of C Emerich; death of J Witherow; Chancery, heirs: Barnett, Watton, Harris, Conklin, Huston

Date: 1837

Newspaper published in: Dayton, Montgomery Co

Source: scrapbook reprints

Jan 14, 1837-
Married on News Years Eve, Labin THOMAS of Preble Co, OH to Mary WILSON, daughter of John Wilson of this county.

Jan 28, 1837-
Died on Thursday last, Christopher EMERICH of Germantown. He was one of the earliest settlers.

Feb 25, 1837-
Died on the 9th at Cincinnati, Ohio, James WITHEROW in his 26th year.

April 1, 1837, Chancery:
James BARNETT of Fort Wayne, IN; William WATTON and Rachel WATTON his wife -formerly Rachel BARNETT of Fayette Co, IN; the heirs of Elizabeth HARRIS, dec'd, wife of George HARRIS, dec'd, formerly Elizabeth BARNETT, to wit: Rachel HARRIS of IN., James B HARRIS and Harriet HARRIS of Montgomery Co, OH, David HARRIS of Alabama and the heir of unknown Alice CONKLIN of Indiana; and the heirs of Mary HUSTON, dec'd, formerly Mary BARNETT and the wife of David HUSTON, to wit: Abraham HUSTON of Hamilton Co, Ohio, Israel HUSTON of Montgomery Co, Ohio, Paul HUSTON and Luther HUSTON of Greene Co, Ohio are hereby notified--- that Luther BRUEN, admr. of the estate of Abraham BARNETT, dec'd, filed bill ---- James BARNETT of Fort Wayne, Indiana.


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