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111; first white child born, 112; first school in, 112; schools, 112; earliest indus- tries, 112; first churches, 112; ceme- teries, 376 Aniboy, ISO Amboy Bank, 271 Amboy Gas and Oil Company, 2S0 Ancient Order of Hibernians, 420 ^ Andrews, Claude Y., 50;i Andrews, Ellis H., 524 An extraordinary "swap," 391 Anson, ISl Area of the county, 1 Arniitagc, . 1913 (view), 373 Broadway in the sixties (view), 104 Brower, Isaiah C. 116; first white child liorn in, 117; organized, 117; first school, 117; schools, 117; railroads, 118; cemeteries, 377 Butler, Frank C, 555 Butt, Douglas M., 514 Butt, Elias, 472 Butt, Heury K., 692 Butt, Samuel W., 691 Canal era, 242 Capital, 85 Carl.

In the preparation ' of the chapter on the Bench and Bar acknowledgement is due to li. T .\I issionaries — The Catholics — Methodists — Presbyterians — ]5ai'Tists — German Baptists or Dunkards — Christians or Dis- ciples — New Lights — United Brethren — Friends or Quakers — Episcopal Church — Lutherans — Congregationalists — Seventh Day Adventists — The Church of God — Universalists — Brief Histories of the Various Congregations and Theik Houses of Worship 344 CHAPTER XVIII CHARITIES AND CEMETERIES Overseers of the Poor in Early Days — -Custom of Farming Out Paupers — Its Disadvantages — Miami County's First Poor House — Present County Asylum — Old Folks' and Orphan Children's Home — Dukes i Mbmorial Hospital — Wabash Railway Hospital X CONTENTS — Country Graveyards by Townships — Odd Fellows' Cemetery AT Macy — Mount Hope Cemetery at Peru 370 CHAPTER XIX MISCELLANEOUS HISTORY First Flag in JIiami County — Lawlessness — A Vigilance Committee — Petition to President Polk — Early Prices and "Wages — The Stranger's Ct Ravb — Trading Wives — Queer Real Estate — Some Prominent People — Political Meetings — Temperance — Disas- trous Fires — A Stormy Summer — Historic Floods 3S3 CHAPTER XX SOCIETIES AND FRATERNITIES Agricultural Societies and Fair Associations — Social and Literary Clubs — Miscellaneous Societies — Detective Association — Amboy Civic and Industrial Club — -Masonic Fraternity — Independent Order op Odd Fellows — Knights of Pythias — Grand Army of the Republic — Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks — Im- proved Order op Red Men — Otheb Fraternal Orders — Cat Solic Societies — Daughters of the Revollttion — Young Men's Chris- tian Association .- 409 CHAPTER XXI STATISTICAL REVIEW Increase in Population and We^vlth — Chronology — Events Le.\d- ing up to the Organization of and Connected with the History' of the County — Official Roster — A Complete List of County Officers from 1834 to 1914 429 INDEX Aaron, Jacob, 7'-iii Aaron X. 374 Aboriginal inhabitants, 15 Agrii'iiltiire, 272 Af;ricultural societies ami fair ass(icia tions, 409 Alspacli, Abner J., 697 Altnian, Snnford 10., 459 Allen Township, location, 110; area, 110; first actual white settler, 110; first entry of land, 111; organized. Jesse, 667 Bond, Walter S., 653 Bonded delit of the county, 267 Boone, . Vsso- eiated Charities at time of great flood in March. F., 717 Munker Hill, 142, 182 Hunker Hill Light Guards, 238 Burke, Michael, 5S4 Husaco, 184 Musby, Thomas M., 784 XI INDEX Butlev Township, loi-atioii, 11."; pic- turesque scenery, 114; first white man, 115; first settlers, 115; early indus- tries.

James M., 690 Country doctor, 332 County line wedding, 130 County poor asylum, 370 County seat, 153 County seminaries, 294 County superintendents, 297 Courter, 188 Courthouse. T., 813 Craig, Jasper J., 693 Creeks, 2 Crop statistics, 273 Crouder, William F., 040 Crnme. "Ill Kottennaii, Tiuiiiaii, 759 Kraiis, Miltou, S13 Kri Mitzer, John J.. , Andrew J., 7.'il Ladies of the Maccabees, 4l'() La Fontaine, Francis, 32 Lake Krie & Westarn Railroad, 123, 135, 139, 142, 148, 254 Landrnin, Caswell 11., 710 Larimer.

100 Courthouse fire, 313 Court of Common Pleas, 321 Courts, 310 Cox. Pliny M., 524 Cunningham, Jacob A., 622 • Daughters of the Revolution, 427 Davis. James, S06 Lavengood, Jacob S., 675 Lawyers, 323 Laving cornerstone of new courthouse, i Oo Leedv, George E., 747 Leouda, 192 Lewis, Henry, 607 Licensed physicians of Miami County, 342 Litigation regarding new courthouse, 102 Little Turtle, 28, 78 List of county officers, 433 List of old-time doctors, 340 Liston, Dr.

Although this history ni;iy luit iill the proverbial •'long felt want,"' the editor and publislu Ms desire to state that no effort has been spared to make it both authentic and comprehensive.

To note accurately and make a record of the principal events of those eighty years is the purpose of this work.

John C, 742 Bear storv, 95 Bearss, A'lbert C, 512 Bearss, D.aniel R., 158, 511 Bearss, Frank W., 519 Bench and bar, 310 Benevolent and Protective Order of l Olks, 424 Bennett 's Switch, 181 Eerger, Aaron S., 788 Berger, Henry, 787 Betzner, Anna M. 574 Bet7ner Brothers, 526 Betzner, Louis F., 526 Betzner, Louis, 72S "Big Reserve," 121, 386 Binkerd, . 506 Charities, 370 Charters, Charles M., 532 Charters. William J., 531 Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, 118, 128, 131, 139, 151, 258 Chicago, Indiana & Kastern Railroad, 258" Chili, 145, 184 ' ' Chipanue War, ' ' 205 Christians or Disciples, 360 Christian Scientists, 369 Chronology, 430 Church history, 344 Church of God, 368 Church of the Brethren. 271 Citizens Gas and Pi].e Line ('iinii)an\, 280 Citi7ens' National Bank of Pern.

Fulius, 539 Falk, Mos.s, 538 Farmers' State Bank of Bunker Hill, 271 Farmers' Bank of Converse, 271 Farmers ' Bank of Denver, 272 Father liarlin, 344 Father Rivet. 523 Hattery, James E., 762 Helm, Charles J., 484 Helm, John H., 483 Henton, Dr. Absalom, 765 Herrell, Beeeher, 641 Hiner, John, 479 Hiner, John M.. 191 Horan, Michael, 445 "Hospital Hill," 375 Hostetler. 133; first death, 134; first regular school house, 134; schools. 135; first churches, 135; cemeteries, 378 Jenkins, Benjamin F., 677 Judges, 311 Kagv. 136; early births and deaths, 137; early industries, 138; first churches, 138; first school house, 138; schools, 138; railroads, 138; cemeteries, 379 Perrysburg, 198 Peru Township, location, 138; organized, 139; area, 139; railroads, 139; first school, 139; schools, 139; cemeteries.

170 Electric lines, 261 Eleventh Infantrv, 210 Ellis, E. 129; organized, 129; first election, 130; county line wedding, 130; churches. 306 Mianiisport, 15.'i Miller, Edward H., 493 Miller, Edward L., 819 Miller Family, 491 Miller, George C, 473 Miller, G. 486 :\riller, J, H., 536 Miller, James T., 491 Miller, John. 532 Newman, Medford Kyle, 533 Newman, Samuel Irvin, 601 Newspapers, 182 Niconza, 196 Ninth street bridge, Anderson, flood of 1913 (view), 331 Nineteenth Infantry, 291 Ninetieth Infantry^ 222 Ninety-ninth Infantry, 222 North Anderson Driving Park Associa- tion. 300 Old Settlers ' Afsociations, 411 "Old Squirrelly." 140 Old Strawtown road, 241 On the Eel River near Chili (view), 252 One Hundred Days' Men, 228 One Hundred and Ninth Infantry, 224 One Hundred and Twenty-seventh In- fantry, 226 One hundred and Twenty-eighth In- fantry, 227 One Hundred and Thirtieth Infantry, 228 One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Infantry, 228 One Hundred and Thirty-eighth In- fantry, 228 One Hundred and Thirty-ninth Infantry, 229 One Hundred and Forty-second Infantry, 229 One Hundred and Fiftv-first Infantrv, 230 One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Infantry. 142, 256 Parent-Teacher Club, 414 Parkhurst, John W., 527 Passage. Henry V., 334 Pathfinders, 426 Patten, John C, 685 Patten.



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