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Vincent David Enyard / Enyart

V. D. ENYART
1853 Estate Packet #01588
no death date (however I found this item..vcm)
Oct. 14, 1848 coffin $23.00 paid in full
So it seems that he died about Oct. 14, 1848, coffin was delivered Oct. 14th and he was buried Oct. 14, 1848 in Middletown Cemetery, Middletown, Ohio..vcm

Taken from "Centennial History of Butler County, Ohio 1905" Page 948
    Judge Vincent D. Enyart was born in New Jersey in 1799 and came to Ohio with his parents when but a child. He resided in Middletown until his death, on Saturday morning, October 14, 1848, aged forty-nine years. Judge Enyart was one of Butler county's most useful citizens. He had many admirable traits of character. He was a man of sound judgment and of wide information. In the winter of 1834-35 he represented Butler county in the Ohio legislature with credit and ability. He was afterwards elected associate judge for Butler county, the duties of which office he continued to discharge for the constitutional term of seven years. He took a deep interest in the political events of the county, and advocated warmly the Democratic cause. His opponents in politics always admired him for his frankness, and confided in his integrity as a politician. He was a faithful member of the Baptist church. He left a widow, two daughters and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn his departure.

Jeremiah Marston

Jane Vail Marston
 

Filed in Butler County, Ohio, March 22, 1903 
Jonathan Coombs

 

 

 

 

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1 Feb 2008

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