Gen. Grant’s Horse Trade

In is memoirs, Gen. Grant reports a story told of a horse trade that he made in his boyhood days, as follows: "There was a Mr. Ralston living within a few miles of the village, who owned a colt which I was very much wanted. My father had offered $20 for it; but...
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Will Not Claim Body

WILL NOT CLAIM BODY Mrs. Inez Smith whose body was found in a trunk beneath the coal dock on Lake Erie at Cleveland Thursday, was the daughter of Mrs. C. S. Currie, of North 2nd street, this city, and visited her mother during the early part of the summer. Last...
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Old Family Reunes

OLD FAMILY REUNES Painesville, O., Aug 21--The 15th annual reunion of the Hopkins family was held in Painesville yesterday. The members present were of the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eigth generations from James Hopkins and Jean Hopkins, who came to America from the...
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Once More I William Crawford

ONCE MORE, I William Crawford, advertise a strumpet, Rebecca Moreton, who says she is my wife, who has eloped occasionally for 15 years past, and has been absent  the principal part of the time--I do forwarn all persons not to credit or harbor her on my account as I...
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Meteor of 1860

"Meteor of 1860 – Is recalled by New Concord Residents. Parts of it are in Famous Museum" At noon on the 1st day of May, 1860, while the farm men were busy planting corn and doing other farm work on the Jonas Amspoker farm just east of here, a sudden apparent...
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No Room For Genealogy

I want you to look at the image that accompanies this article closely. Look at all the fonts, the images, how all the letters are packed around each other. Do you notice something they all have in common? They're all news oriented. Main stream news. Established...
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How Reliable Is Your DNA

The modern day wonder of being able to use DNA to determine your genetic heritage is a wonderful thing. It can tell us what haplo group we're in, what region our ancestors were from; good and bad things. With DNA testing we've been able to confirm parentage, convict...
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Beauty and Booty in Petticoats

Thrilling Experience of an Ohio Farmer—How a Lady Lost Her Game by a Profuse Display of Leather The following incident, which occurred last week in Guernsey county, Ohio, has a flavor of the times with Dick Turpin and kindred spirits worked their sweet wills up the...
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Gen. Grant’s Horse Trade

In is memoirs, Gen. Grant reports a story told of a horse trade that he made in his boyhood days, as follows: "There was a Mr. Ralston living within a few miles of the village, who owned a colt which I was very much wanted. My father had offered $20 for it; but...

read more

Will Not Claim Body

WILL NOT CLAIM BODY Mrs. Inez Smith whose body was found in a trunk beneath the coal dock on Lake Erie at Cleveland Thursday, was the daughter of Mrs. C. S. Currie, of North 2nd street, this city, and visited her mother during the early part of the summer. Last...

read more

Old Family Reunes

OLD FAMILY REUNES Painesville, O., Aug 21--The 15th annual reunion of the Hopkins family was held in Painesville yesterday. The members present were of the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eigth generations from James Hopkins and Jean Hopkins, who came to America from the...

read more

Once More I William Crawford

ONCE MORE, I William Crawford, advertise a strumpet, Rebecca Moreton, who says she is my wife, who has eloped occasionally for 15 years past, and has been absent  the principal part of the time--I do forwarn all persons not to credit or harbor her on my account as I...

read more

Meteor of 1860

"Meteor of 1860 – Is recalled by New Concord Residents. Parts of it are in Famous Museum" At noon on the 1st day of May, 1860, while the farm men were busy planting corn and doing other farm work on the Jonas Amspoker farm just east of here, a sudden apparent...

read more

No Room For Genealogy

I want you to look at the image that accompanies this article closely. Look at all the fonts, the images, how all the letters are packed around each other. Do you notice something they all have in common? They're all news oriented. Main stream news. Established...

read more

How Reliable Is Your DNA

The modern day wonder of being able to use DNA to determine your genetic heritage is a wonderful thing. It can tell us what haplo group we're in, what region our ancestors were from; good and bad things. With DNA testing we've been able to confirm parentage, convict...

read more

Beauty and Booty in Petticoats

Thrilling Experience of an Ohio Farmer—How a Lady Lost Her Game by a Profuse Display of Leather The following incident, which occurred last week in Guernsey county, Ohio, has a flavor of the times with Dick Turpin and kindred spirits worked their sweet wills up the...

read more

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