SUMNER TOWNSHIP

ADAMS JAMES, farm laborer; Sec. 32; P. 0. Little York; dem; from Iowa.

Allen Andrew, retired: P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; born in 1801; here 1839.

Allen James B. farmer; Sec. 15; P. O. LittleYork; rep.

Allen Theodore, farmer, works for George Gibson: P. O. Little York; rep.

Allen Wm. A. farmer: Sec. 4; P. O. Duck Creek; rep; U. P.; 80 acres; from Ohio.

Amberson B. C. carpenter; Denny; rep; U. P.; from Pennsylvania.

Anderson Rev. David, pastor U. P. Church; Little York; rep; from Philadelphia, Pa.

Arendt John, farm laborer; P. O. Denny; rep; Prot.

Armstrong David, farmer, renter; P. O. Little York; rep; from West Virginia.

ARMSTRONG H. M. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 9 and 10; P. O. Little York; born in West Va., May 4, 1833; came to this Co. in 1856: Rep; 200 acres, value $12,000, personal $2,000; married Miss Mary Holmes in Feb., 1861; they have eight children, Lenna, Sarah J., Kate, Mary, Fannie N., Frank, George and Chester; two sons deceased.

Armstrong W. H. farm laborer; P. O. Little York; rep; from West Virginia.

ARTHURS J. F. Farmer; Sec. 15; P. . O. Little York; born in North Carolina, Dec. 29, 1807: came to this Co. in 1836; Rep; U. P.; 160 acres, value $8,000; is one of the early settlers of this Co.; living now on the same place where first settled; mar­ ried Elizabeth A. Carmichael, April 9, 1835, who was born in South Carolina, July 5, 1817; they have had seven chil­dren; four sons were in the army, William T., killed at battle of Stone River; Joseph W., living; Abram Y., died from sickness contracted in army; John C., Mrs. Kate Giles, and Mrs. Mary E. Copeland.

ARTHURS JAMES C. Farmer; Sec. 30; P.O. Little York; born in this Co. Nov. 30, 1841; Rep; U. P.; 65 acres, value $3,250; has always lived in this Co.; his father, J. F. Arthurs, among the early set­ tlers here; was in army, 36th I. V. I., Co. C; married Miss Hadassah McCrery, Nov. 16,1869, who was born in this Co. Oct. 17, 1847; they have one son, Fred Alby, born July 5,1873.

Arthurs Jno. C. fanner, lives with his father; Sec. 15; P. O. Little York; rep. U. P.

ARTHURS JOSEPH W. Farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Little York; born in this Co. Sept. 20,1839; Rep; U. P.; 65 acres, value $3,250; served four years and two months in 36th I. V. I., Co. C; was in twenty-three engagements, commencing at battle of Pea Ridge, June 7,1862, and closing with battle of Nashville, Dec. 15, 1864; married Miranda M. Hopkins, May 28, 1868, who was born in Richland Co., Ohio, Nov, 28,1844; they have two children, Etta E., born June 24, I860, and Lula K., born Feb. 26, 1875.

Atchison D. K. farmer; Sec. 33: P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 160 acres; $8,000; Ohio.

ATCHISON REV. J. M. Pastor of Cedar Creek U. P. Church: P. 0. Little York; born in Muskingum Co., Ohio, Sept. 1, 1?46; came to this Co. in 1872: Rep: graduated at Muskingum College, Ohio, and in Theological Seminary at Zenia, Ohio; married "Jennie S. Speer, Oct. 24, 1872, who was born in Muskingum Co., Ohio, Jan. 17,1850; they have two children, Lula Blanche, born"Dec. 7,1873, and Mary, Sept, 11, 1876.

BAILEY D. B. farm laborer: P. O. Denny; dem; Prot.

Baldwin Alon W. miller; P. O.Denny; rep.

Baldwin Chas. miller and carpenter: P. O. Denny; dem.

Bailey J. O. farmer; P. O. Little York; dem.

Barr Geo. W. retired; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

Burr J. T. farmer; Sec. 21; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

Barry Win. farmer, rents; Little York; rep.

Beck Charles W. farmer, with his father; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York: dem; U. P.

BECK HENRY, Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; born in Germany, Oct. 18, 1827; emigrated to this country in 1849; Ind: Prot. Epis; 180 acres, value $7,500; lived in Washington Co., N. Y.. thirteen years, employed by Rennselear Saratoga R. R. Co. as Master Carbuilder; removed to Ill. in April, 1870; married Christiana Vole, Sept. 12, 1850, who was born Jan. 24, 1824: they have four children, Charles W.John A. Fred T., and Susie S.; one son deceased.

Beck Jno. A. farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; dem; Prot, Ep.

Bicknell Thomas, laborer: P. O. Alexis; dem; Prot; from England.

BLACKBURN H. W. Carpenter; Sec. 36; P. O. Denny; born in Md., March 2.1817: Ind: 20 acres, value $800; came to this State in 1830, to this Co. 1852; wife was Matilda Shoemaker, step daughter of Daniel McNeil; she was born in Cnemung Co., N Y., May 10. 1831: married Feb. 28. 1850; six children. Kit Ida, married Wni. R. Maskrey; Minnie M.. married .W A. Baldwin: Guy Carrol, killed by lightening, Aug. 31,1875; Cora E. and Frank ; Dan Lee, deceased.

Boyd James, farmer; Sec. 34; P. 0. Little York; rep; U. P.; 180 acres; from Ohio.

Bramley Mat. farmer; renter; Sec. 21; P. O. Little York; rep.

BROWN JOSEPH, Farmer; Sec. 2; P. O. Norwood; born in Green Co., Ohio, Nov. 7,1823; Rep; U. P.; 218 acres, value $10,900; was in 84th Reg. I. V. L, Co. K, three years; married Miss Nancy Gowdy, March 2, 1843, who was born in Clark Co., Ohio, June 17,1822; they have five children, John G., James A., Win. S., Ann and Perry; Ann married Zenas Hogue. March 30, 1875; one son, Joseph F.: all living ;Z. H. was in 36th L Y. L. Co. K

. Brown Jos. A. farmer; Sec. 12; P. O. Spring Grove; rep; 130 acres.

BROWN THOMAS, farmer; Sec. 12; P. O. Little York; born in Preble Co., Ohio, May 20, 1819; came to this Co. in 1839; Rep; U. P.; 180 acres, value $6.500; living on the place where first settled; married Phoebe Giles, April 1, 1847, who was born in Preble Co., Ohio, Jan. 12, 1822; three children living, Sarah E., John L. and William B.

Brown .W S. farmer: P. O. Norwood; rep; U. P.

Brownlee Jno. farmer. Sec. 17; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 320 acres: from Penn

Brownlee J. S. farmer: See. 10; P. O. Little York: rep; U. P.; 330 acres; from Penn.

BROWNLEE NATHANIEL,(deceased) was born in Washington Co., Pa., April 11, 181?.: and died Aug. 11. 1872; he came to this State and County in 1835; He was a member of the U. P. Church, and gave it a firm and liberal support; he was particularly opposed to Slavery, and was among the first in the Free Soil party, afterward with the Republican party: he married Miss Emily Paine from Painesville Ohio. Nov. 20. 1846: four children, Emma A., now Mrs. J. C. Kilgore. Clara J., now Mrs. A. P. Hutchinsori, Mason C. and Ralph Paine.

BROWNLEE MASON C. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 16; P. O. Little York; born in this Co. Sept, 22, 1856; Rep; U. P.; 325 acres, value $20.000; personel $4,000; has always lived on his native place.

Brownlee Thomas, farmer; Sec. 17: P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.: 110 acres: Penn.

Burns Edward, farmer; Sec. 5 -, P. O. Duck Creek; rep; Meth; 160 acres.

Bursem Oliver, farm laborer: P. 0. Little York; rep. Luth.

CALDWELL A. F. farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Denny; 100 acres; rep; U. P.

Caldwell John, farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 27; P. O. Denny: rep; U. P.

Caldwell Rufus. farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 27; P. 0. Denny; rep; U. P.

CAL.DWELL T. J. Farmer and Stock Raiser: Sec. 27; P. O. Denny; born in Green Co., Ohio, March 19.1820; came to this Co. in 1836; Rep; U. P. 248 acres, value $ 12,500; personal $2,000; among the early settlers here; came from Ohio by team; married Miss Mary Allen in April, 1844, from Green Co., Ill., who died July 29,1868; children, Andrew F., Sarah E., Rufus A., John O., Mary M., Matilda J., and Sherman E., all living; married the second time Miss Matilda J. Bruce, Jan. 3, 1870, daughter of Rev. James 0. Bruce, first settled pastor in this Co., one daughter, Beulah.

Clark Frank, farmer; Sec. 8; P. O. Duck Creek; dem.

Clark C. E. blacksmith; P. O. Litttle York;Ind; seven children; from Pennsylvania.

Clark James, farmer; Sec. 8; P.O. Duck Creek; dem.

Clark John, farmer; Sec. 7; P. O. Little York; rep.

Clark Thomas, farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Denny;rep; U. P.; 90 acres, $4,500.

Colver C. S., M.D. farmer; Sec. 20; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 160 acres.

Colver Mark, farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 20; rep; U. P.

Constant Albert B. farmer, lives with his father; Little York; rep.

Constant Enos, farm laborer; Little York; rep.

Constant George, farmer; Little York; rep.

Constant Isaac, farmer; Sec. 19; Little York; rep; 50 acres; from Ohio.

Cook M. farmer; Sec. 21; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

Copeland David, carpenter; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; rep; U.P.; Saratoga Co, N.Y.

Copeland Sheldon, farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; rep; U.P.; from N. Y.

Crawford S. K., M.D. Sec. 25; P. O. Monmouth; rep; U. P.; 505 aeres,$20,000.

Cusack John, farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Denny; dem; Cath.

CUTHBERT W.L., MD. Physician and Surgeon; Little York; born in New York city, Feb. 17, 1831; rep; land and residence, value $3,000; came to this Co. in 1866; was Assistant Surgeon in 83rd I. V. I.; graduated at Rush Med. College, Chicago, in 1862; was elected Coroner of this Co. in 1868, when upon the death of the Sheriff, succeeded him to that office, and in 1872 was elected Sheriff; married Chloe N. Bull, who was born in Chautauqua Co., N. Y., April 12, 1837; they have four children, DeLaskie M., Georgie A., Frank M. and Nina; one son deceased.

DALY JOHN, farm laborer; P.O.Denny; rep; Prot.

Dalzell John, farmer, lives with his father P. O. Duck Creek;rep.

DUNK F. J. Farmer; Sec. 13; P.O. Little York; born in Erie Co., Pa., Nov. 25, came to this Co. in 1857; Rep;

owns 80 acres of land, valued at $5,200; served three years in the Army, in 50th Regt. I. V. I.; married Miss Esther A. McCrery, Jan. 17, 1865, who was born in this Co.; they have two daughters, Zoa Blanche and Minnie Pearl.

DALZELL JOSEPH, Farmer and Stock Raiser; P. O. Duck Creek; born in Miami Co., Ohio, Jan. 1, 1823; came to this Co. in April, 1845: Rep; U. P.; 270 acres, value $13,500; personal, $2,500; has lived on same place twenty-nine years; married Miss Eliza Conner, Sept. 21^ 1848, who was born in Washington Co., Pa., July 37, 1830; they hare seven children living, Mary A., Emma J., William G., John T., Charles A., Clara A. and Thomas C.

Dalzell "Win. farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 3; P. O. Duck Creek; rep.

Dodson B. S. farmer; P. O. Little York; Ind.

Downey W. farmer; P. O. Little York; dem; Cath.

FINDLEY DAVID, farmer; P. O. Little York ; rep; U. P.

Fisher T. A. farmer: Sec. 3; P. 0. Duck Creek; dem; from Ohio

Floyd Richard, farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Little York ; rep; U. P.; 150 acres; Ireland .

Floyd Thomas J.farmer; Sec. 15: P.O.Little York ; rep; U. P.; 185 acres; Ireland

Frazel Warren, farmer; P. O. Denny; rep; Prot; from Ohio .

Friel James, farmer; P. O. Little York; Ind.

Friel John W. farmer; P. O. Little York; rep.

GIBSON DAVID S. farmer, lives with his father; Sec. 27; P. O. Denny; rep.

GIBSON GEORGE,Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 27; P. O. Little York; born in Green Co.. O., Jan. 4. 1813; came to this Co in 1831; Rep; U. P.; 346 acres, value $17,500; personal. $5,000: is one of the early settlers of this Co.: was Assessor for five years; largely interested in feeding stock; married Isabella Martin, March 9, 1835, who was born in Muskingum Co.. O., June 14, 1814; they have seven children, four sons and three daughters.

Giles Ed. P. farmer; Sec. 15; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

GILES JNO. K. Farmer; Sec. 15; P.0. Little York; born in Warren Co., Ill.,Aug. 6, 1846; Rep; U. P.; 150 acres estate,value $7,500; lives on native place; his father, John P. Giles, was one of the early settlers here, in 1833; he died in March,1811; mother living',was in Army, 47th I. V. I. ; holds the office of TownshipClerk; married Kate Arthurs, Oct. 3,1872 they have two children, Frances Bertie, born Oct. 6.1873, and Helen May, July 15,1876 ,

Giles Sarah Mrs. widow of John P. Giles; Sec. 15; P. O. Little York; U. P.

GLOVER WM. M. Farmer; Sec. 22; P. O. Little York; born in Abbeyville Dist., S. C., Nov. 14, 1828; came to this Co. in 1846; Rep; U. P.; 80 acres, value $3,000; married Miss Adaline Conner, Feb. 10,1853, who was born in Rockbridge Co., Va., Sept. 15, 1857; they have had eight children, four of whom are living, Sarah A., Emma A., Lizzie A. and John Frank; Mr. G. has been Constable for seven years; also served three vears in 83rd I. V. I.

Gourley J. B. farmer; Sec. 4; P. 0. Duck Creek; rep; Prot.

Gourley Rob't, Sr. retired; Sec.4; P.O. Duck Creek; ind ; Presb.

GOURLEY ROBERT, Jr. Farmer and Stock Raiser; P.O. Duck Creek; born in Washington Co., Penn., Sept. 3, 1S36; came to this Co. in 1859; Rep; Prot; 470 acres, with brothers, value §20,000; lived in Penu. twenty-three years; his father, Robert Gourley, Sr., was born in Wash­ington Co., Penn., in 1803; has live sous and three daughters living, Alexander, Robert, Jr., John, Thomas K., James B. Ann E., Sarah J. and Catharine.

Graham L. S. farmer; Sec. U P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

Graham L. T. farmer; Sec. 16 P. O. Little York; rep: U. P.

HIRST J. S. blacksmith; Sec. 31; P. 0. Little York ; rep; Meth.

HANNA O. L. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sees. 31, and 6 in Hale tp.: P. O. Little York; Rep; Univ; born in this Co., March 14, 1842; has 210 acres of land, value, .$10,500; personal, $6,000; holds office of School Director; was in Army, 148th I. V. I.; is now living ou native place, where his father, John Hanna, first settled in this Co., and died in the fall of 1862; married Miss Sarah J. Curtis, Sept, 26, 1867, who was from New York; they have three children, Lulu Dell, Clyde L. and Lilian, all living.

Henry E. E., P. M. and Clerk; Little York; rep; U. P.; from Pennsylvania .

Henry S. B. farmer, rents; P. O. Little York; rep, Meth.

Hogue Zenas, farmer; P. O. Duck Creek; rep; U. P.; was in 36th I. V. I.

Hollindrake Jas. farmer; Sec. 6; P. O.Duck Creek; rep.

Hutchinson A. farmer, rents of G. S. Moore; P. O. Little York; rep ; U. P.; West Va.

Hutchinson Joseph, farmer, rents; P.O. Little York ; rep; U. P.; from Pennsylvania .

IVEY J. J. farmer; Sec. 33; P. O. Little York; rep.

JOENK HANS, shoemaker; Little York; rep; Presb; from Prussia .

Johnson B. L. Sees. 7 and 18: P. 0. Little York ; 360 acres, value $14,400; Conn.

Jones C. farmer; Sec.8; P. O. Duck Creek; rep.

Jones Isaac, farmer; P. O. Duck Creek.

Jones John, Sr., fanner; Sec. 8; P. 0. Duck Creek; rep; Meth.

Jones John, Jr., farmer; P. O.DuckCreek; rep.

KILGORE GABE, farmer; rents; P.O. Little York; rep; U. P.; from Ohio .

KENDALL A. B. Farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Denny; born in Greene Co., O., Dec. 14, 1830; came to this Co. in 1881; rep; U. P.; 160 acres, value $5,200; his father, Jas. Kendall, was one of the earliest settlers; came with others from Ohio in 1831; A. B. Kendall married Nancy Turnbull, April 23. 1856, who was born in this Co. ; two sons and one daughter; Wm. H., Mary E., John A.; married the second time Almira Furguson, who was born in Penn. ; they have three children, Nancy J., David I. and Fanny Belle, all living.

KENDALL,W. S. Farmer; Sec 36; P. O. Denny; born in Greene Co., O., Axig. 31, 1827; Rep; U. P.; 160 acres, value $5,200; among the earliest settlers; married Mrs. Virginia Home, April 12, 1870, who was born May 3, 1840; she has one daughter, Nancy E. Home; children .James F., David H., and Lydia I. ; all living.

Kirk Alex. C. farmer; Sec. 13; P. 0. Mon, mouth; rep; .U P.; from Ohio .

Kirk Wm. S. farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Monmouth; rep; U. P.: from Ohio .

Koch Geo. J. wagon-maker; Little York; rep; from Iowa ,

LEE MORRIS, farmer; Sec. 24; P. 0. Denny; dem; Cath.

Lee Wm. farmer; Sec. 24; P. O. Denny; dem; Cath.

Long Reuben, farmer; laborer; P. O. Denny; rep.

McCLUNG S. H. physician; Little York; Jefferson Med. CoL ; rep; Presb.

McCov Jas. farmer; P. O. Denny; rep; U. P.

McCoy Joseph, farmer; Sec. 32; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 160 acres.

McCoy Thos. farmer, rents; Little York; rep.

McCRACKEN J. R. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 1; P. O. Norwood; born in Indiana, May 23. 1836; came to this Co. in 1865; Rep; U. P.; 340 acres, value $9,600; was in 77th I. V. I. three years; came to this State in 1852; lived in Peoria Co. thirteen years; married Mar­ garet E. Walker in I860; they have four children living, Francis R., Iva, Guy W. and Ralph M.; one daughter deceased.

McCRERY J C. Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; born in S. Carolina, Sept. 13,1834; came to this Co. in 1836; Rep; U P.; 80 acres, value $4,500; his father, J. C. McCrery, was one of the early settlers here, an Elder in the church until his death, May 3, 1856; married Lizzie S. Humphrey, in 1858, who was born in this Co. March 24, 1847; they have seven children, Mary M, Stella F., Lizzie A., Sam'l R, John C., Jessie M. and Clara E., all living.

McCrery J. L. Farmer; See. 13; P. O. Little Rock; rep; U. P.; 120 acres.

McCRERY S. F. Farmer and Stock Raiser; P. O. Little York; born in S. Carolina, March 16, 1832; came to this Co. in 183C; Rep; U. P.; 325 acres, value $17,- 800; personal, $6,000; has lived on the same place forty-one years, where his father, J. C. McCrery, first settled, who died here Mav 3, 1856; married Miss Emma J. Dalzell, Oct. 16, 1872; they have two children, Alice and John Roy.

McElhenny Wm. farmer; P. 0. Little York; rep; U. P.

McGregor Jas. H. farmer, rents; Sec, 14; P.O Denny; rep; U. P.

McINTYRE M. S. Farmer and Stock Raiser; P. 0. Duck Creek; born in this Co., May 11,1857; Rep; Presb; his father owns 257 acres, value $17,000; now living on his native place, where his father first settled in 1852; one brother, W. J.; four sisters—Lizzie; Anna, married N. W. Main; Ellen; and Araminda; marriedViola Bullock, from Mercer Co., Ill, Nov. 15, 1876.

McNarnarra B. farmer; Sec. 17; P. O. Little York; dem; Cath.

McNamarra Jas. farmer, lives with his father; P. O. Little York; dem; Cath.

McNamarra Win. farmer, lives with his father; P. O. Little York; dem; Calh.

Mahafley J. C. harness-maker; Little York; rep; U.P.; from Ohio.

MALEY WASHINGTON, Farmer; Sec. 30; P. O. Little York; born in this Co., Feb. 26, 1835; Rep ; Prot; 284 acres, value $9,940; holds office of School Director; is now living on the same place which his father, Thos. Maley, first improved, who died here in 1860; married Mary A. Fisher, who was born in Mercer Co., Ill.; they have three sons, John T., Charles E. and Willard, all living.

Martin David, farmer; Sec. 28; P. O. Little York; rep; TJ. P.

Martin Findley, farmer; P. O. Little York; rep; U.P.

Martin Hugh, farmer; Sec. 21; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 320 acres, val. $16,000.

MARTIN JOHN, Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 27; P. O. Little York; born in Muskingum Co., O., Sept. 26, 1821; came to this Co. in 1832; Rep; 1'. P.; 600 acres and orchard 600 trees, value $30.000; personal, $5,000; has held office of School Director for last six years, and is Director in Monmouth Xatio'nal Bank; his father, Hugh Martin, came to this State, Fulton Co., in Fall of 1829; then moved to this Co. in 1832, and first settled on the very place where now is the residence of Mr. Martin. where he has lived constantly for forty-five years; married Miss Mary Gibson," Dec. 25. 1862, who was born at Monmouth.Sept. 22, 1834; they have four children. Win.E., born Sept, 6, 1802; Howard L., Oct. 23,1865; Sarah E., Dec. 21,1868; and Frederick A., Sept, 2, 1876.

Maskrey Win. farmer; Sec. 36; P. 0. Denny; Ind; from Pennsylvania.

Matson W. S. farmer; Sec. 3: P. O. Duck Creek; dem; 165 acres; from Ohio.

Monteith Alex, farmer; Sec. 33; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 80 acres, from Penn.

Monteith J. A. student; Sec. 33; P. O. LittleYork; rep; U. P.; born Warren Co.

Morehead John I. farmer, rents; Sec. 30: P.O. Little York; dem; Meth.

Morehead Lewis, laborer, works for James Boyd; rep.

Moore D. T. laborer; Little York; rep.

MOORE GEO. S. Retired; Sec. 11; P. O. Little York; born in Henry Co., Ky., Sept. 2, 1811; came to this Co. in 1833; Rep; U. P.; 100 acres, value $5,500; moved from Kentucky to Ohio in 1825, where he lived ten years; then came to Illinois in 1835; married Mary Giles, Oct. 23, 1832, who was born March 6, 1808; died April 9, 1861; children, John G.,born July I8, 1833; Hugh R,. Jan. 18, 1836; James C. and Samuel, both deceased.

MOORE H. R. Farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Little York; born in this Co. Jan. 17, 1837 ; Rep; U. P.; 90 acres, value $5,000; has always lived in this Co. ; his father one of the earlier settlers here; married Soretta M. Pyles, Jan. 21, 1858 . who was born in Washington Co., Pa., April 26, 1837; they have four children, George C.. Ida M, Eva Blanche and Wilbur C., all living.

Moore R. W; Little York; rep; .U P.

Morrison M. M. farmer; Sec. 34; P.0. Little York; rep; U. P.; 140 acres, value $7,000.

Morrison R. P. merchant; Little York, rep; U. P.; from Ohio.

Muncy M. E.; Little York; rep; U. P.; born in Warren Co.

Munson Isaac laborer, works for 0. L. Hanna; P.O. Little York; rep.

Murray John, farm laborer; P.O. Denny; dem; Cath.

NICHOLS JOHN, farmer; Sec. 4; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

NICOL WH. J. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sees. 18 and 19; P. O. Little York; born in Rock Island Co., Ill. Sept. 18, 1846 ; Ind ; 380 acres, value $10,000; has always lived in this State, and in this Co. twenty-four years.

O 'LEARY THOS.; Sec. 35; P. O. Spring Grove; dem; Cath.

O'Leary Win.; Sec. 25; P. O. Spring Grove:dem Cath.

Osborne Geo. P. farmer; Sec. 24; P. O. Lit­ tle York; dem; 300 acres.

PAINE B.F. farmer; Sec. 26: P. O. Denny; rep; Ind ; 64 acres, value $3,700.

Paine E. A. farmer; Sec. 26: rep; Prot; 140 acres, value $7,000; Lake Co., O.

Paine Geo. A. farmer, lives with his father: Sec. 26; P. O. Denny; rep.

PAINE JOHN E. Farmer and ;Stock Raiser; Sec. 27: P. O. Denny; born in Painesville , O., Oct. 2. 1824: came to this Co. in 1836; Rep: U. P.; 420 acres, value $21,000; has lived fortyyears on the same place where his father, Chas. H. Paine, first settled in this Co.; was in 83d I. V. I. three years; married Miss Ann E. Turnbull, March 17, 1860, who was born in this Co., March 13, 1833; nine children living, five sons and four daughters; one son deceased.

PAINE WALTER N. Farmer; Sec.26; P. O. Denny; born in Lake Co., O.,Sept, 21, 1844 ; Rep; Prot; came to thisCo. in 1854; served three years in army,83d I. V. I. ; married Mary Lester, Oct. 3.1867, who was born in Indiana , April 10,1846; two children living, Carrie L. andElla H.; one son deceased.

Parks Jno. farmer; Sec. 35; P. O. Denny;rep; Prot; 70 acres.

Parkinson John, farmer; Sec. 28; P.O.'LittleYork ; rep: U. P.; 164 acres; from Ohio .

Parkinson Win. farmer, lives with his father;Sec. 28; P.O. Little York; rep: U. P.

Parsons Mrs. A. T., widow; Sec. 34; P. O.Little York; U. P.; 260 acres; from Vt.

Pate Chas. farmer; Sec. 32; P. O. LittleYork ; rep; 10 acres; from Indiana .

Patterson J. R, farmer; Sec. 11; P. O. LittleYork ; rep; .U P.; 80 acres; from Penn.

Payne W. farmer, renter; Sec. 24; P. O.Denny; dem; Cath.

Piper Henry, fanner, rents; P. 0. Denny.

Pollock A. P. farmer; Little York; rep.

POLLOCK J. F. Retired; Sec. 28; Little York; born in Nova Scotia, Dec. 5, 1806: came to this Co. in 1831; Rep; Prot; 80 acres, value $6,000; is one of the early settlers here; for many years engaged in the mercantile trade at this place; was first postmaster here, and held the office over twenty years; married Rebecca McFarland, July 30, 1833, who was born in Green Co., Ohio, Nov. 2, 18)5; died Aug. 14, 1869; ten children living, Mary J., Margery A., Martha K., Amelia, John S., James F., Jr., William R., Caroline, Arthur P., Eulalia May and Estie L.; one son deceased.

Pollock J. 8. harness-maker; Little York;rep; Ind.

Pollock Perry, farmer; Little York; rep;born in this Co.

Pollock W. R. farmer; Little York; rep;born in this Co.

Porter J. Calvin, farmer, lives with his father;Sec. 2: P. O. Alexis; dem; Presb.

Porter J. Doyle, farmer, lives with his father;Sec. 1; P. O. Norwood; rep; Presb.

Porter J. Robb, farmer, lives on his father's place; Sec. 1; P. 0. Alexis: 260 acres.

Porter Jas. Lane, farmer, lives with father;Sec. 2; P. O. Alexis; dem; Presb.

PORTER RORERT, Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 8: P. O. Duck Creek; born in Guernsey Co., Ohio, Feb. 27,1836; came to this Co. in December. 1856; Rep; U. P.: 338 acres, value $16,900; personal, $3,500; held office of Highwav Commissioner for three years; married Margaret Gibson, Feb. 13.1862, who was born in this Co. Dec. 8, 1835; they have five children living, John E., George G., Sarah I., Charlie and Anna B.; one son deceased.

PORTER R. W. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 1; P. O. Norwood, Mercer Co.; born in Huntingdon Co., Pa., April 9, 1822; Rep; Presb; 220 acres, $11,000, personal, $1,000; lived in Pennsylvania thirty- two years; came to this State and Co. in 1854; has held office of County Supervisor five years, and Township Assessor for nine years; married Miss Ann Doyle in 1847; she died in 1854, in Illinois; five children, James K., William M., Sarah E.. Emma J. and J. Doyle: married the second time to Nancy Robb, Jan. 28, 1856, who was born in Penn.; two children, Thomas L. and Anna M., all living.

PORTER WM. Farmer and Stock Raiser: Sec. 2; P. O. Alexis; born in Huntingdon Co., Pa., Nov. 5, 1819; came to this Co. in 1853; Dem; Presb; 373 acres, $15,000; persona), $2,000; has lived in this Co. twenty-four years: has held offices of Road Commissioner, School Director and Justice of Peace for many years; married H. Isabella Lane, March 25, 1845, who was born in Huntingdon Co., Pa., Oct. 15, 1824; they have ten children, Sarah Josephine, Etta, Minnie, James L., J. Calvin, Clara, Ada L, W. Frank, Warren J. and Pearl; all living.

RA.NNY GILBERT, farmer; Sec. 6; P. O. Duck Creek; Rep.

Ranny N. 0. farmer; Sec. 7; P. O. Duck Creek; rep.

Ranny Royal, farmer; Sec. 6; P. O. Duck Creek; rep.

REYNOLDS J. B. Farmer and Stock Raiser; P. O. Little York; born in this Co. Feb. 18,1838; Dem; U. P.; 190 acres, value $14,500; personal, $3,000; this is his native Co.; his father, Thos. Reynolds, who died June 16, 1870, was among the early settlers of this Co.; mother lives with son, at an advanced age; married Araminta C. McCrery, Feb. 18, 1868, who was born in this Co., June 25, 1849; they have had three children, May Belle, born Jan. 22, 1869; two daughters deceased.

Riley Thos. farmer; Sec. 30; P. O. Little York; dem; Cath; 200 acres.

Roberts H. H. farm laborer; P. 0. Denny; rep; Prot.

Robertson J. F. farm laborer; P. O. Denny.

Rockwell A. H. fanner and prop. Rockwell mills; Sec. 35; Denny; rep; Ind ; Ohio .

ROCKWELL A. J. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sec. 35; P. O. Denny; born in Ashtabula Co., Ohio, Jan. 16,1823; came to this Co. in 1832; Dem: Ind; 235 acres and orchard 500 trees, $117,600; has lived on same place forty-five years; his father, L. P. Rockwell, came here in 1830; built and owned the first mill in this Co.; married Miss Mary J. Craig, March 22, 1846, who was born In Ohio, Jan. 23, 1823, and died Jan. 29, 1848; married the second time, Helen M. Burnett, Feb. 12,1856, who was born in Washington Co., N. Y., May 23,1833; six children, four sons and two daughters, Fannie F., John L., James E., Albert J., Jr., Archie M. and Ada G., all living.

Rockwell W. E. farmer, lives ;with his father; Denny.

Rodgers Nicholas, farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

Romans P. E. laborer; P. O.Denny; dem; Prot; from Kentucky .

Ruse E. farmer; Sec. 24; P. O. Monmouth; rep; Ind; 80 acres.

SANDSTEDT J. E. farm laborer; P. O. Little York; rep; Prot.

Scull Benj. farmer; Sec. 29; P. O. Little York ; dem; Ind ; from New Jersey .

Scull Ebenezer, farmer; Sec. 29; P. 0. LittleYork ; dem; 170 acres; from New Jersey .

Scull Mark, farmer; lives with his father; P.O. Little York .

Seaton J. D. farmer; Sec. 18; P. O. Little York ; dem; U.P.; from Scotland .

Shannon Hugh, farmer, rents; P. 0. Duck Creek; rep; U. P.

Shannon James, farmer, renter; P. 0. Duck Creek; rep; U. P.; from Ireland .

Shepherd Jno. blacksmith; Little York; rep;Ind ; from Scotland .

Shoemaker L. G. farmer, rents; Sec. 13; P.O. Little York; rep.

Shunick Thomas, farmer; Sec. 14; P. O.Denny; dem; Cath.

Smith Henry, blacksmith; Little York; dem; from Pennsylvania .

Snell Geo. farmer, lives with his father; Sec.36; P. O.Denny.

Snell L. farmer; Sec. 36; P. O. Denny; rep;Bapt; 80 acres; from Indiana .

Sterrett D. S. farmer, renter; P. O. LittleYork ; rep; U. P.; from Ohio .

STEWART FRANK, Farmer;Sec. 31; P. O. Little York; born in Chester Co., Penn., Dec. 29, 1828; came to this Co. in 1859; Rep; Adv; 170 acres, value $8,000; married Miss Susan J. Henderson in March, 1859, who was born in Guernsey Co., Ohio; they have nine sons living, John R, Win. W., Edwin W., Willis B, Louis B., Andrew R., Jesse T. O., Ernest Mac, and Thomas B.; one son deceased.

Stewart Geo. W. farm laborer; P.O. Little York; rep; from Ohio .

Stewart R. C. farmer; Sec. 29; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.; 112 acres; from Penn.

Stewart Wm. farmer, rents; Little York; rep.

Streeter Wm. farmer, rents; Sec. 10; P. O. Little York; rep; U. P.

THOMPSON MITCHEL, farmer; Sec. 14; P. O. Monmouth; rep; U. P.; 53 acs.

Thompson Martha, widow; Sec. 14; P. O. Monmonth; U. P.; 107 acres; Penn.

VENOY ELIAS, laborer; Sec. 24; P. 0. Little York ; dem; Prot.

WATSON J. A. farmer, rents; Little York; rep.

Watson Robt. farm laborer; Little York; rep; U. P.

WALLACE T.B. Merchant, firm Wallace & Morrison, General Merchants; Little York; born in this Co., Oct. 21,1843; Rep; U. P.; 280 acres in estate, value $14,000; his father, Rev. John Wallace, was one of the early settlers here; came in 1833, as a missionary of ihe Associate Re­ formed Church, in which he was the first in this region; he died Dec. 20,1875; his widow living with her only son; T. B. Wallace married Miss Abbie A. Copeland, Jan. 8, 1868, who was born in Washing­ ton Co., N. Y., Nov. 12,1848; they have two children, John C., born Nov. 16, 1808; Roberta Frances, born Feb. 14, 1870.

Wheeland Jas. tanner, rents; P. O. Little York; rep.

Wheeland Jno. farm laborer; P. O. Duck Creek.

Whitehill Cal. farmer; Sec. 10; P. O. Little York ; rep; U. P.; from Perm.

Whitehill Jas. farmer; Sec. 10; P. O. Little

York ; rep; U. P.; from Penn.

Whitehill Thos. retired; Sec. 10; P. O. LittleYork ; rep; U. P.; 160 acres; from Penn.

Wiley R. W. farmer; Sec. 13; P. O. Little York ;dem; U. P.; 80 acres.

Wiley S. A. farmer; P. O. Little York; rep.

WRIGHT JOHN A. Farmer; Sec. 16; P. O. Little York; born in Adams Co., O., Nov. 6. 1837 ; came to this Co. in 1851; Rep; U. P.; served four years in army, in 17th and 83d I. V. I.; married Miss Sarah J. Gowdy, in Oct., 1866, who was born in Greene Co., O. ; they have two children, Willie Grant and Fannie May.

YOUNG JOSEPH S. Farmer and Stock Raiser; Sees. 34 and 35; P. O. Denny; born Adams Co., O., Aug. 23, 1835; came to this Co. 1857; Rep; U. P.; owns 120 acres of land, value $7,500 ; holds office of Highway Commissioner of tp. of Sumner: married Minerva L. Mitchell, Nov. 17, 1863, who was born Sept. 13,1846, in Warren Co., Ill. ; they have six children — Fannie E., Cora J. Chas. M., Delia, Mary A. and Bertha G., all living.

ZARR DAVID, farmer, rents; Sec. 9; P. O. Little York; rep.