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Note for:   Eleanor R. Dominy,   12 APR 1885 -          Index
From Newton book:
RESIDENT:- Columbus, Ohio, now R.F.D. No. 4, Fostoria, Seneca County, Ohio.

"My parents moved from Plain City to North Lewisburg, Ohio, when I was nine (9) years old. I graduated there, from High School in 1903. In the fall of 1903 and the winter of 1904, attended Bliss Business College, Columbus, Ohio, graduating.

"I went to work for the Watkins Brothers of Toledo, Ohio. There I met my husband. He was ticketagent and telegraph operator. I was riding back and forth from Toledo to West Mansfield, Ohio, and he sold me my tickets. We were married as above noted.

"He was promoted to Train Dispatcher, and we moved from Columbus to Fostoria in 1927. He was retired from service on March 1, 1951. We are now living on our farm three (3) miles from Fostoria on Route No. 4, Ohio.

"You probably have forgotten I am your Mother's name sake. No one knows me hereby 'Ella' . they call me Eleanor."

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Note for:   John H. Wirick,   14 MAY 1883 -          Index
From Newton book:
John, after his marriage followed the hardware and farm implement trade, until they moved to Columbus, Ohio, where he entered the J. I. Case Company in the parts department. At present he is general floor manager of this department.

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Note for:   Wirth Early Dominy,   14 FEB 1902 -          Index
From Newton book:
DOMINY, WORTH EARLY - their second son left his home unawares, and his where abouts is unknown to his Father and Mother, (a mother's love for her roving son never ceased - until taken by death) for more than 16 years until the onset of World War Two when news reached his father that he was in the army at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

His father went to Fort Knox to see if the report was true and found that Worth had entered the army from Chloe, Nebraska, and had been sent to Fort Knox to train for a Motor Mechanist Repairman of the Army Air Force. He was attached to the 28th Airborne Squadron for service. After his discharge he returned to his father's home for a short stay and then returned to Omaha, Nebraska. When last heard from he was a resident of Archer, Missouri.

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Note for:   Walter Henry Dominy,   13 DEC 1904 -          Index
From Newton book:
WALTER, the third son of William Duglass and Mary Ella (EARLY) Dominy was educated in the schools at Plain City, Ohio. Entering the trade of baking as an apprentice, he has made it his life's ambition becoming a Master Baker in the Art of baking. But then the machine age came and robbed him of his Art, as you do not get the rating any more because the machine does the work. Walter has been 27 years with the Kroger Company, Columbus, Ohio, and is now acting as a supervisor.

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Note for:   Paul Lawrence Dominy,   28 MAY 1909 -          Index
From Newton book:
PAUL, the fifth son of William Duglass and Mary Ella (EARLY) Dominy, was educated in the schools at Plain City, Ohio. He, like his brother (Walter), learned the baking trade as an apprentice. He has been 26 years with the Kroger Company, Columbus, Ohio, as a Baker.

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Note for:   Henry Loren Dominy,   15 JUL 1807 - 27 APR 1898          Index
From Newton book:
He learned the blacksmith trade, and followed it in connection with farming. His entire life was spent in his native town, with the exception of two years in Chazy, New York. He was a public-spirited citizen, highly esteemed for his sterling integrity and other commendable qualities. He was an elder in the Presbyterian church many years. He also rendered efficient service as town clerk, for ten years.


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Note for:   Bethiah Rogers,   1 APR 1725 - 1772          Index
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May have been born in Waterford, CT

(From "Newport Seventh Day Baptist Trilogy" by Ilou & Don Sanford, 1998)

From the DAVIS FAMILY OF NJ, source unknown, from Guernsey Memorial Library, Norwich, NY