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Note for:   Chester O. Cramer,   16 JUL 1904 - 11 DEC 1947          Index
From Newton book:
"In World War Two, he served as a Captain in the United States Army from September 1, 1942 to November 21, 1944, when he retired because of physical disability. He served with the 7th Armored Division at Camp Polk, Louisiana ( Leesville, La.) and later transferred to La Garda Hospital in New Orleans, where he rendered service until retirement.

"Chester Owen, son of Henry H. and Carrie Dominy Cramer was born on a farm at Amlin, Franklin County, Ohio. He attended elementary school at Amlin and graduated from Norwich Township High school at Hilliards, Ohio.

"He attended Ohio State University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1928 and his Doctor of Medicine in 1932. He practiced medicine for fifteen years on West BroadStreet, Columbus, Ohio.

"He suffered a coronary on December 11, 1947, and expired that same day. He was active in Civic affairs work, and also a member of the City Board of Health at the time of his death. He was buried at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, near Hilliards, Ohio."

By His devoted wife Katheryn.

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Note for:   Pearl Dominy,   8 JUN 1888 -          Index
From Newton book:
Pearl relates that there are no records among her mother's papers, bur that her schooling was limited, not having started until she was nine years old. She wrote a cousin in the State of Washington to see if her mother's brother's family had any records, but her cousin stated that all such papers and Bible records were destroyed by a fire in 1900.

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Note for:   Fearn Dominy,   25 FEB 1890 -          Index
From Newton book:
Fearn, the youngest daughter of William H. and Mary Emma (Neff) Dominy of Washington Township, Franklin County, where she resided until her marriage to John Wesley, known to all as WES, son of William H. and Sarah (Hart) Walton.

His parents owned and operated a General store in Hilliards, Ohio until they purchased the Ferris farm from Ezra Dominy. Wes has lived in his native township of Norwich all his life. He was industrious, honest and commanded the respect of all who knew him. He was taken by death March, 1953.

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Note for:   William A. Pendleton,   17 JUL 1875 - 12 SEP 1951          Index
From Newton book:
William, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Pendleton, whose family were among Washington Township's early settlers, received his' education in the school of Sub-District No. 3, known as Sandy's.

He was a carpenter by trade but when his health began to fail, he moved his family to Hilliards, Ohio and retired from active work until his death in 1951.

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Note for:   Eldon M. Schatz,   27 FEB 1900 -          Index
From Newton book:
Eldon was born and raised in Norwich township, receiving his education in the schools at Hilliards. He is a professional barber, which trade he has followed since his teens. He now believes he is eligible to retire from active duty and let the younger generation step in to render the service to the community.

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Note for:   Peter Strickland,    -          Index
From Newton book:
A native of New England, he settled on the east bank of Big Darby Creek, opposite Amity, Ohio and remained a resident of Canaan Township, Madison County, Ohio, throughout his life.

He was married four times, (but, in my research have been unable to find who they were) and raised a large family of children, of whom all but one were residents of the township.

Mr. Strickland was one of the township's early settlers, a very industrious man, a good neighbor, and highly respected by all who knew him, and a well-to-do farmer.

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Note for:   Reed K. Bidwell,   11 NOV 1906 -          Index
From Newton book:
Reed K. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bidwell, formerly of Madison County, Ohio. He takes an active part in all civic affairs, especially with the Ohio State Grange - where he is widely known for his work.

He and his wife, Mary, own and operate the "Keith's Keepsake Photo Studio" of Hilliards, Ohio, where special work is given to weddings, also public gatherings where the community pleases to be remembered.