Educational Division Three is composed of seven schools.
Mr. A. D. Moore is Chairman and Mr. George Quinlan Secretary.
The first Sub-district is Oak Hill, East of Falmouth.
Oak Hill, Ed. 3, Sub. 1
The boundary as given by the trustee in 1914 follows:
Beginning on the west side of Kincade Creek at John Crawley's; thence to John Sheehan's; thence to Newell Cummins'; thence north to Geo. Martz's; thence to Dora Lightfoot's; thence to Albert McClane; thence to Jason Ammerman; thence to Woodford Sharp's; athence to Dora Newkirk's; thence to Kincade Creek with its meanderings to the beginning .
Trustee, Big John Sharp. Teacher, Raymond Nagel.
Listing of the following families and 42 pupils:
| G. H. Meyers || Mrs. Jennie Sharp |
|John Smith ||James McClanahan |
|Rhine Gillespie || Newel Cummins |
|E. F. Lea ||Thomas Jacobs |
|Woodford Sharp || Shelton Gillispie |
|Jason Ammerman ||Oscar Sharp |
|Albert McLane || John Sharp |
|Chas. Jacobs || Theo. Lightfoot |
"Hope without an object cannot live."--Coleridge
Antioch, Ed. 3, Sub. 2
The view from Antioch is a very beautiful one. The teacher is Miss _______Grimes and the trustee is Mr. Frank Brooks. The district is bounded as follows, given by Albert Cummins.
Beginning at the bridge, thence east to Frank Trinkler; thence north____ to David Flaugha's; thence with the pike, including Sanford Sharp's and Nellie Flaugha's. to the old church; thence west with dirt? road, including W. R. Routh, to Kincade Creek; thence with said Creek southeast to the beginning.
Listing the following families with 34 pupils:
|J. C. Riley ||Albert Cummins |
|F. L. Brooks || Frank Trinkler |
|George Marshall ||Nellie Flaugher |
|James Sharp ||David Sharp |
|C. W. Hart || W. R. Routte |
|John Redmon ||John Redmon |
"Take the helm of your life, and steer instead of drift."
Bonar, Ed. 3, Sub. 3
The Bonar school is on pike between Concord and Caddo. The teacher is Miss Velma Norris. The trustee is Mr. Geo. Quinlan. The boundary, as given by Mr. Quinlan, trustee, is as follows:
Beginning at Caddo; thence to Jasper Cummins, including John Poe, Mrs. Ed. Dillan, Mrs. Geo. Shelton, Alex Fields, Pat Sculby, Mrs. Hark Fields, Harrison Fields, Vege Cox, Wm. Hendricks, Clarence Thomas, Chas. Allender, W. H. Quinlan, Ben Allender, August Morford, Albert Morford, N. B. McCall, A. J. Cahill; thence to Caddo, including all parties named.
Listing the following families with 42 pupils:
|N. W. Allender || August Marford |
|Walter Allender || Albert Marford |
|Thomas Riddle ||John S. Poe |
|Lavego Cox || Mrs. Emma Poe |
|A. J. Cahill || George E. Quinlan |
|Jasper Cummins ||W. H. Quinlan |
|Henry Carnes ||James W. Rardin |
|Mrs. Albert Fields || Clarence Thomas |
|Wm. F. Hendricks ||. |
"Success grows out of struggles to overcome difficulties."--Smiles
Concord, Ed. 3, Sub. 4
Concord lies northeast of Falmouth. The teacher is Miss Emma Stevens, the trustee is Mr. Corliss Mockbee. The boundary is from that of 1901 by H. S. Orr.
Beginning at Sanford Yelton's; thence to Licking River and down same, including the Baynum place, but excluding J. M. Hart; thence to Little Kincade Creek,; thence in a line to Concord and Lenoxburg turnpike, thence (think there is a line missing here)
including Geo. Steel to the beginning. In 1908 C. L. Hart was transferred to Pleasant Hill.
The census of 1914 listed the following families reporting 43 pupils:
|Anderson Fryman || John C. Kidder |
|Richard M. Fields || Carlos Mockbee |
|B. H. Fields ||S. R. McCall |
|J. P. Fields || M. Redmon |
|O. Hitch || G. W. Shelton |
|C. Hitch || L. E. Smith |
|J. T. Hitch || George W. Steele |
|T. T. Hitch ||Dock Wynn |
|E. Houston || Grace Weilman |
|Rollie F. Hart ||Grace Weilman |
|Wm. Hancock ||. |
"He who follows two hares is sure to catch neither."--Franklin
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Pleasant Hill, E. 3, Sub 5
The teacher of Pleasant Hill school is Miss Ada Taylor. The trustee is Mr. Calvin Hart. The district is bounded as follows:
Beginning at the mouth of Steer Creek, excluding Johnson Hill, including J. M. Hart, J. Pribble and Ed. Kidwell; thence up Licking River to a ___running from same to Little Kincade Creek, near E. Kidwell's:__________________________________________line of the estate of Jno. K. Fryer _______________________________________he Mt. Auburn and Pleasant Hill ______________________________________________including same; thence to the ___________________________________________________Creek; thence in a line to ___
______________________________________thence down said creek to the ___________________________________record shows that Carston Craig______________________________________________________________ enumerates the following families:
| Ed. Fryman |
| Calvin L. Hart |
| Ed. Kidwell |
|George Kidwell |
| A. C. Mattox |
| George Mattox |
| _ C. Shoemaker |