Clermont County Genealogical Society

EARLY CLERMONT COUNTY DEATHS
FROM THE CLERMONT SUN
by Jennie Marshall

Died in Bethel, on the 15th inst., Mrs. Augustine Burke, wife of Orville Burke.
February 22, 1855

Died on Monday last, in Williamsburg Township, Mrs. Ellis, wife of Stephen Ellis.
April 5, 1855

Died at the residence of his father, in Concord, Josiah Compton, son of Mr. John Compton on the 24th ult., aged about 17 years.
April 5. 1855

Died on Sunday last, after a short illness, Mrs. Brown, wife of Mr. Frederick Brown, in this Township.
April 12, 1855

Died at Perintown, on Monday last, after a short illness, Mr. Joseph Dunlap, aged about 64 years.
April 19, 1855

On last Friday, Mr. John Kyle, an old and highly esteemed citizen of Union Township, committed suicide by cutting his throat with a sharp knife. He was a man of considerable property, and an early settler in Clermont County.
May 10, 1855

Mr. James Pollock died last Friday at his residence in Milford.
May 17, 1855

Gen. Richard Collins died at his residence near Bantam, on Friday last. Gen. Collins was once an able and distinguished lawyer of Maysville, Ky., and excelled at the Kentucky Bar. He leaves a family [mostly grownj. He was about 60 years of age and a son of the late Rev. John Collins, so well known in this County and State.
May 17. 1855

Died in Batavia, on Sunday last, Mrs. Kohler, wife of Wolfgang Kohler, aged about 50 years.
May 17. 1855

Died in Williamsburg, on Monday the 21st May, Sarah Louisa, eldest daughter of Mr. Sebastian Gravis, aged 16 years.
May 31, 1855

Died in Williamsburg, on Friday last, Mrs. Olive M'Millen, consort of Mr. John M'Millen, leaving a husband and four small children.
May 31, 1855

Died at his residence in this County, on Friday last, Mr. Joseph Fagin, an old and respected citizen of this county. He was about 81 years of age.
June21. 1855

Died June 8th, 1855, in Lee County, Iowa, Edmund Hitch, in the 49th year of his age. He was a native of Kentucky and emigrated with his father, T. Hitch, Sr. and settled in Monroe Township, Clermont County, Ohio in 1814, where he resided until '51, when he removed to Iowa. He is the first that have died of a family of eight children, the oldest is now 61 and the youngest 44 years old. The father is still living in his 83rd year. He has left a wife and three children with many friends in Ohio and Iowa to mourn their loss.
June 28, 1835

Died in this city on the 14th July, Mrs. Nancy Fisher, wife of Hon. David Fisher, in the 62nd year of her age [Cm. Commercial]. Mrs. Fisher was wife of Mr. David, long a resident of Clerniont County. She leaves a husband and several children. She was mother to W. B. Fisher, Esq. of the Clinton County Republican newspaper.
July 19, 1855

Died on Tuesday the 17th, at his residence in Miami Township, Joseph Davis, Esq., about 70 years of age.
July 26, 1855

Died in this town, Saturday last, George L., infant son of John G. and Catharine A. Rhodes.
July 5, 1853

James Simmons, Sen., was born in Pennsylvania, July 20th. 1778. In his youth he moved to Kentucky, thence to Ohio and in spring of 1805 settled on his farm near Laurel, Clermont County. Last fall he sold his farm and moved to Laurel, where he closed his earthly pilgrimage on Sabbath morning, June 24th, 1855. But with the companion of his youth, now in the 81st year of her age, six sons, two daughters, and a large connection mourn their loss.
July 12. 1855

Died on Thursday last, the 26th alt., Mr. Isaac Stark, aged about 60 years. He leaves a widow and a family, principally grown, and a numerous circle of friends.
August 2, 1855

Died in this place, on the 28th ult., George E., infant son of George M. and Ruth A. Davis, aged about eight months.
August 2, 1855

Died in Batavia, on Saturday last, Mary Brock, infant daughter of J.A. and Mary Penn.
August 9, 1855

Died in Batavia on Thursday last, George Howard, infant son of Dr. M'Millen, aged 21 months.
August 9, 1855

Died on Saturday last, at Salem, Ia., Kate A. George, 12 years of age, daughter of D. B. and Susan George, of Cincinnati, late of Batavia.
August 23, 1855

We learn that Mr. George Everhart, of Williamsburg, died recently in California, where he had gone sometime since. He leaves a family here.
August 30, 1855

Died at the residence of his father, in this township, on Monday, the 20th inst., John Smith, aged 30 years. He leaves his aged bereaved parents and his brothers and sisters to mourn their loss.
August 20, 1855

Died at her residence in Batavia Township, on the 26th ult., Elizabeth Dial, widow of the late Gen. David Dial, in the 63rd year of her age.
October 4, 1855

Died in Gallatin County, Illinios, on the 13th ult., John Smith, aged about 29 years and son of Mr. Christopher Smith of this Township.
November 1, 1855

Died August 17th, 1855, at his residence in Jasper County, Illinois, Mr. C.A. Carpenter, formerly of the vicinity of New Boston, in the 25th year of his age. He leaves his wife and an infant son.
November 8, 1855

Died at the residence of her father, Benjamin Everson, in Amelia, Mrs. Hannah S. McGrew, wife of 1. Milton McGrew, (Clerk of the Court, of this county.) on Wednesday, November 28, aged 28 years. She leaves a husband and three children. December 6, 1855

Died August 1, 1855, Leavitt Thomas Sprague, in the 23rd year of his age, son of Timothy and Joanna Sprague, and grandson of the late Martin Pease, of this county, formerly of Edgartown, Massachusetts.
December 13, 1855

Died at the residence of her brother in-law, Samuel Pegg, of Williamsburg Township, Miss Sarah Foster, daughter of Thomas Foster.
December 20, 1855



 
 

BIRTHS
Birth Records
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Early Clermont Co. Births 1856-1857
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First Presbyterian Churches of Monroe
At Nicholsville & Bantam
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Baptisms of Children
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Anderson Township Births 1906-1907
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Old Bethel Church Baptisms
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Old Bethel Church Baptisms 1894-1908
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Early Births 1856
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MARRIAGES
Early Marriages 1800 - 1808
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 Marriage Book 13 1874-1876
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Goshen M. E. Church
Marriage

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DEATHS
Funerals Conducted by Rev. Hezekiah Hill 1862-1908
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The Old Village Graveyard

Deaths of Residents Over 75 in 1875

Infirmary Discharges That Mention a Burial Place

Death Dates from I.O.O.F. Lodge #313

Early Clermont Deaths from The Ohio Sun
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Obituaries From the Clermont Sun 1890-1891

Early Deaths from Clermont Sun 1855
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More Deaths 1857-1859
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Stirling & Moore Funeral Records 1888
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1880 Mortality Census
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Census
Goshen 1875 Quadrennial Census
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Quadrennial Census, Batavia, 1847

Quadrennial Census, Batavia, 1855

History
Incidents in The Early History of Clermont County
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Stonelick Historical Notes
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Vacation of a Road in
Union Township

Brown and Clermont County Families Mentioned
in the 1880 Clinton County History
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Day Book For Clarke & Frambes Mills 1838
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Immigration
Early Naturalizations from Common Pleas Minutes
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Citizenship Papers 1844-1900
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Names of New Found Naturalization Applicants
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Military
Veterans in Various Cemeterys
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Revolutionary War Soldiers

Clermont Courier Ads November 18, 1863
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Mexican War Veterans
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Revolutionary War Veterans
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Post Office
Post Marks of Clermont County
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Clermont Postmasters 1800 - 1930
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Early Unclaimed Letters

More Unclaimed Letters Unclaimed Letters 1855
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Bible Records
Manning Bible
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Banister Bible

Bible Records of James McKinnie 1830

Bible Records Index Volume Two

Bible Records Index Volume Three
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Churches
Old Bethel Church and Cemetery

History of Old Bethel Church 1868

Calvary Church and Cemetery Washington Twp
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Edenton Church 1861

Places

Perin Mills in 1863
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Goshen- Land Of Milk and Honey

First Settlers of Jackson Township

Legal Voters of Goshen Township 1855

Batavia in1847
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Poll Book Goshen Township 1853
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1840 Account Book, Laurel Ohio

Edenton School # 4 Pupils

Pensions

Pensions 1890

More Pensions 1890
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Other
Indentures 1825 - 1831

Index To General Store Account Book 1816-1819

Vital Statistics From An Old Record Book

Items from Clermont Courier 1836
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Clermont Pensioners 1883

Ohio Pioneers That Moved to Texas

Persons on the Petit Jury 1880

Jails and Sheriffs
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Items From Early Clermont Courier 1852
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Meeting of Patriarchs 1882
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Surrender Records From Childrens Home
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Gazetteer 1882
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Potpourri

Articles From The Clermont Sun 1889
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River Boatmen
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Sale of Delinquent Lands
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