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Clermont County Genealogical Society



A horse thirty-eight years old, belonging to Mrs. Capet Smith, of Smith's Landing, was driven to town last Saturday. We doubt if an older horse than this can be found in the County. Clermont Sun, April 13, 1889.

To Whom It May Concern
I hereby notify all persons in Clermont County not to harbor or employ one Maxy Burr, who has a home of her own.Wesley Burr, her husband.
Clermont Sun, April 27, 1889.


We are sorry to learn that Mr. John Luck intends leaving for Texas the 14 inst.  He will be sadly missed by a large circle of friends in the vicinity. We wish him a prosperous journey.

Calvary, Jan. 16, 1889

Thomas Roberts will leave in a few seeks for Australia, where he intends to engage in business with his brother. New Richmond, Feb. 6, 1889

James O'Connor, who has spent the last four year in the west, and who has been at home on a few weeks visit with friends here, left for the scene of his labor last Friday. His wife and little boy, who have been spending the winter here, returned to their home in Eau Clare, Wis., with him, and will soon make their place of residence in Oregon with him. We wish our old time friends success in life's ventures.

Goshen, Feb. 20, 1889

We have learned that Raymond Gee intends moving with his family to Spokane Falls, Washington Territory, in the spring, to locate there.

New Richmond, Feb. 20, 1889

"Uncle Chas." McLane and wife will move to Portsmouth, 0., soon.

April 3, 1889

William Collett and family will leave for England on Thursday, April 18. He will offer for sale his household goods on the day preceding their departure.

April 10, 1889

G. A. Dennis, of Creighton, Nebraska, paid The Sun a pleasant call yesterday morning. He has been sojourning in the wilds of the West for the past five years, but will spend the summer in Clermont.

April 17, 1889

W. F. Mattox, ex-supcrintendcnt of the County Infirmary, has concluded to locate at Rushville, md. We regret to have him leave the county.

April 17, 1889

Mr. Samuel Apple, of Tascott, Kansas, after a absence of nineteen year, was called to his native county recently to attend the funeral of his father. Mr. Apple is protracting his stay and visiting many of his ole-time friends and numerous relatives.

April 17, 1889

Will Martin left last Tuesday to look after his land in Kansas.

April 17, 1889

Potpourri  April, 1998


• .We give this week, a list of those who have completed the

course of study and graduated since the successful organiza-

lion of a high school in our village (Felicity), we also give

the present occupation and address of each as far as we are

able, on short notice, to learn as follows:

1892, May South, teacher, Felicity, OH, Minnie Wilson,

with National Cash Register, Dayton, OH

1895, Lulu Houser, student Oberline College, OH; Kate

Moore, teacher, Mansfield, OH.

1896, Apphia Longworth, married Dr. C. H. Mason,

Felicity, OH. lnez Hevering, clerk, Cincinnati, OH.

1897, Edna Hicks, teacher of Vocal Music, Felicity, OH.

Florence Mitchell, teacher of piano, Felicity, OH.

Robert M. Fee, freight agent, Redkcy, md., Maurice McLe-

fresh, compositor, Dayton, OH

1899, Carrie Reisinger, clerk, Felicity, OH, Elsa Page,

teacher, Felicity, OH. Bessie Viers, with parents, Felicity,

OH, Della Lanham, clerk, Felicity, OH. Stella Richey,

married Charles Foulk, DeGraff, OH. Bessie Waterlield

married Dr. J.A. Hodkins, Russelville, OH, Katie Bagby,

married Chas. Martin, Cincinnati, OH,

1900, Katie Pribble, teacher, Felicity, OH, Montie Wells

died January 9, 1905, Thomas Scott, automobile manufact-

urer, Cincinnati, OH, Richard Hayden, confectioner,

Felicity, OH, Fred Hayden, insurance agent, Indianapolis,

IN., Samuel Hurdle, law student, Cincinnati, OH. Kate

Hurdle, with parents, Felicity, OH

1901, Nettle Scott married Earl Donald, Felicity, OH. Earl

Donald, Hardware merchant, Felicity, OH, Reuben Hought-

on, R.R. mail clerk, Terrace Park, OH.

1902, Allen Waterfield, bank clerk, Cincinnati, OH,

Burton Reed, teacher, Butler Co.

1903, Amy Scott, stenographer, Cincinnati, OH, Grace

Woodmansee, teacher, Rural, Maye Heizer married A. T.

Prather, Williamsburg, OH, Jesse Swope married C.R.

Hayden, Felicity, OH, Win. Reisinger, waiter, Cincinnati,

OH, Win. Melvin, with Baldwin Piano Co., Cincinnati, OH,

Rachel Shinkle, student, Miami University, Oxford, OH.

1904, Bertha Schneider, teacher, Felicity, OH, Florence

Page, student O.S.U. Columbus, OH., Jessie Smith, with

parents, Felicity, OH, Bessie Lanharn, ~vith parents, Utopia,

OH. Margaret McMurchy, assistant post mistress, Felicity,

OH, Ed. M. Prather, D. V. S., meat inspector, Pittsburg, PA,

Archie Dugan, farmer, Felicity, OH,, Oscar Huteliinson

motorman, Cincinnati, OH, Cary S. Miller, student, Miami

University, Oxford, OH.

1905 Eva Altman, in paper mills, Hamilton, OH., Nellie

Lanham married Leo McAdams, Ne~v Richmond, OH, Elina

Smith, student 0. S. U. Columbus, OH

1906 Marie Smith, student, OS. U. Columbus, OH, Lucy

Swope with parents, Felicity, OH, Lena Shinkle with

parents, Rural, OH, Mable Adams married Chas. Houghton,

Felicity, OH, Mable Reed, nurse, Carthage, OH, Voree

Prather, nurse, Carthage, OH, Helen Alexander with

parents, Felicity, OH., Nina Riley, married Henry Deniaris,

Felicity, OH, Jesse Robinson, student Miami University,

Oxford, OH, Clarence Swope died May 4, 1906. Raymond

Lanham, student Miami University, Oxford, OH. Seaphus

Shinkle, student, Miami University, Oxford, OH. Clarence

Hayden, clerk, Cincinnati, OH James Rogers, teacher,

Utopia, OH., Win Houghton, clerk, Felicity, OH., Chas.

Houghton, barber, Felicity, OH Maud Holter, teacher, Pt.

Isabel, OH.

1907 Hazel Woodinansee with parents, Rural, OH Jessie

McKee with parents, Felicity, OH., Paul Purkiser, composi-

tor, Felicity, OH Roll in McKinney, farmer, Felicity, OH,

Edwin Wayt, farmer, Felicity, OH, John Hoover, farmer,

Felicity, OH.

Ed. Note, The previous items were taken from a scrap book

of news clippings. There was no reference to the publication

or the date.

The wedding of James Cochran and Miss Cora Hawkins

was solemnized at the First Baptist Church yesterday at 7

am, by Rev. W. R. Thomas. They go immediately to

Burkville, Tenn.

Clermont Courier: March 26, 1890.

The following persons received their first communion at

St. Peters Catholic church last Sunday: Amelia Betzler,

Amelia Wirth, Mary Fink, Clara Wolf, Lillie Mark, Anna

Hu!schult, Dora Schentz, Dora Ely, Clara Clasgens, Emma

Kuntz, Teresa Brocamp, George Leibold, Henry Fisher,

Frank Timnmer, Joseph Sweitzer, Alex Schwey, Jacob


Clermnont Courier: June 4, 1890

From the Cincinnati Post Thursday Dec. 8, 1898, page 5.

Milford, Ohio.Joseph Marie, Sr. a highly respected citizen

of Milford died last night. Henry Neimam, 67, living near

South Milford, died yesterday. Newberry, Ohio, Dec. 8.

Mrs. Sarah Cox, 88. is dead. The deceased was a pioneer of

Clermnont County and sister of Attorney Isaac Elstun.

Submitted by Ruth Nester.


Birth Records
Early Clermont Co. Births 1856-1857
First Presbyterian Churches of Monroe
At Nicholsville & Bantam
Baptisms of Children
Anderson Township Births 1906-1907
Old Bethel Church Baptisms
Old Bethel Church Baptisms 1894-1908
Early Births 1856
Early Marriages 1800 - 1808
 Marriage Book 13 1874-1876
Goshen M. E. Church

Funerals Conducted by Rev. Hezekiah Hill 1862-1908
The Old Village Graveyard

Deaths of Residents Over 75 in 1875

Infirmary Discharges That Mention a Burial Place

Death Dates from I.O.O.F. Lodge #313

Early Clermont Deaths from The Ohio Sun
Obituaries From the Clermont Sun 1890-1891

Early Deaths from Clermont Sun 1855
More Deaths 1857-1859
Stirling & Moore Funeral Records 1888
1880 Mortality Census
Goshen 1875 Quadrennial Census
Quadrennial Census, Batavia, 1847

Quadrennial Census, Batavia, 1855

Incidents in The Early History of Clermont County
Stonelick Historical Notes
Vacation of a Road in
Union Township

Brown and Clermont County Families Mentioned
in the 1880 Clinton County History
Day Book For Clarke & Frambes Mills 1838
Early Naturalizations from Common Pleas Minutes
Citizenship Papers 1844-1900
Names of New Found Naturalization Applicants
Veterans in Various Cemeterys
Revolutionary War Soldiers

Clermont Courier Ads November 18, 1863
Mexican War Veterans
Revolutionary War Veterans
Post Office
Post Marks of Clermont County
Clermont Postmasters 1800 - 1930
Early Unclaimed Letters

More Unclaimed Letters Unclaimed Letters 1855
Bible Records
Manning Bible
Banister Bible

Bible Records of James McKinnie 1830

Bible Records Index Volume Two

Bible Records Index Volume Three
Old Bethel Church and Cemetery

History of Old Bethel Church 1868

Calvary Church and Cemetery Washington Twp
Edenton Church 1861


Perin Mills in 1863
Goshen- Land Of Milk and Honey

First Settlers of Jackson Township

Legal Voters of Goshen Township 1855

Batavia in1847
Poll Book Goshen Township 1853
1840 Account Book, Laurel Ohio

Edenton School # 4 Pupils


Pensions 1890

More Pensions 1890
Indentures 1825 - 1831

Index To General Store Account Book 1816-1819

Vital Statistics From An Old Record Book

Items from Clermont Courier 1836
Clermont Pensioners 1883

Ohio Pioneers That Moved to Texas

Persons on the Petit Jury 1880

Jails and Sheriffs
Items From Early Clermont Courier 1852
Meeting of Patriarchs 1882
Surrender Records From Childrens Home
Gazetteer 1882

Articles From The Clermont Sun 1889
River Boatmen
Sale of Delinquent Lands