Lake County Ohio GenWeb

Perry School District No. 1
School Trustee Records
1831-1895

Thank you to Mary Priola for abstracting this project. Many of the entries are difficult to read and her efforts should provide a bonanza for descendants of those at the school meetings.

This first appeared in LakeLines, newsletter of the Lake County Genealogical Society October 2007. Republished here with permission of the Society. Thanks to Marianne Wiley for submitting.

At Morley Library records from Perry Schools of Lake and Geauga counties, District #1, have been abstracted. These trustee records cover the years 1831-1895 with several gaps. The list includes the date of the meeting, people named in the record for that meeting, and what was accomplished at the meeting. The document is about 19 pages long so selected entries are shown to help give you the flavor of the type of issues addressed. (Editorial Note: It’s amazing how the same types of decisions are still taking place—but the monetary amounts are more substantial.) A chronological list of all names in the records follows the highlighted items. If you see a name you are interested in researching, the original documents are available in the Genealogy Room.

PERRY SCHOOLS,

LAKE AND GEAUGA COUNTIES, OHIO


RECORDS FROM SCHOOL DISTRICT #1

DATE

NAME

SUBJECT

Oct. 19, 1831

Tisdel, Peris A.

Annual Schoolhouse meeting. Chosen as a Director

Oct. 19, 1831

Bates, Caleb

Chosen as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 19, 1831

Cook, Joseph

Chosen as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 19, 1831

Sweet, Henry H.

Chosen Treasurer Annual School Meeting

Oct. 19, 1831

Sweet, Isaiah

Chosen as Clerk Annual School Meeting

 

 

 

Dec. 29, 1831

Sweet, Henry H.

Treasurer’s bond of $100 received from Directors

Dec. 29, 1831

Cook, Joseph

Treasurer’s bond of $100 received from Directors

Dec. 29, 1831

Bates, Caleb

Director

Dec. 29, 1831

Tisdel, P.A.

Director

 

 

 

Nov. 9, 1831

 Sweet, Isaiah

D. Clerk Special meeting re: voting for tax levy of $15 to repair schoolhouse

Nov. 9, 1831

Bates, Caleb

Trustee. Article of Agreement re: Gordon Bolls to furnish 500 bricks and take down and rebuild the schoolhouse and furnish a pair of andirons, to be paid $15 by Jan. 10, 1832

Nov. 9, 1831

Bolls, Gordon

To furnish 500 bricks and take down and rebuild the schoolhouse and furnish a pair of andirons, to be paid $15 by Jan. 10, 1832

Nov. 9, 1831

Cook, Joseph

Trustee agrees to pay $15 to Gordon Bolls for 500 bricks and to take down and rebuild the schoolhouse and furnish a pair of andirons to be paid by Jan. 10, 1832

Nov. 9, 1831

Tisdel, P.A.

Trustee agrees to pay $15 to Gordon Bolls for 500 bricks and to take down and rebuild the schoolhouse and furnish a pair of andirons to be paid by Jan 10, 1832.

Nov. 9, 1831

Sweet, Isaiah

D. Clerk Special School Meeting re rebuilding school house

 

 

 

Dec. 24, 1831

Sweet, H.H.

In the Chair. Voted to raise $20 tax to repair Schoolhouse to be paid by Jan. 10, 1832

Dec. 24, 1831

Boles, Gordon

Voted for #20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Sweet, H.H.

Voted for $20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Cook, Joseph

Voted for $20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Butler, Amos

Voted for $20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Harris, Wm.

Voted for $20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Bradley, Thomas

Voted for $20 tax to repair schoolhouse

Dec. 24, 1831

Sweet, Isaiah

D. Clerk, voted for the $20 to repair schoolhouse

 

 

 

Oct. 16, 1832

Sweet, Henry H.

Annual School meeting. Elected as a Directors

Received bond of $100 from Directors

Oct. 16, 1832

Coltrin, Elisha

Elected as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 16, 1832

Wilcox, Asa

Elected as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 16, 1832

Sinclair, Calvin

Elected as Treasurer. Received bond of $100 from

Directors Annual School Meeting

Oct. 16, 1832

Sweet, Isaiah

Elected Clerk Annual school Meeting

 

 

 

Oct. 15. 1833

Bates Caleb

Moderator Annual School Meeting

3rd vote: elected as a Director for one year

Oct. 15, 1833

Coolidge, Jonathan

2nd vote: elected as District Clerk Annual School Meeting

Oct. 15,1833

Fowler, Richard

3rd vote: elected as a Director for one year Annual School Mtg.

Oct. 15, 1833

Bates, Caleb

3rd vote: elected as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 15, 1833

Starnis, Daniel

3rd vote: elected as a Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 15, 1833

Sweet, Henry H.

4th vote: elected as Treasurer Annual School meeting

Oct. 15, 1833

J. Coolidge

D. Clerk 5th Vote: records all members agree to attach Lot # 60 in said Township.

6th vote recorded all members agree for each schollar (sic) in said district to be furnished one half cord of good wood at the school house by the first of Dec.next

 

 

 

Nov. 18, 1833

Sweet, Henry H.

Bond received from Directors for $100 to perform duties of Treasurer for one year

Nov. 18, 1833

Harper, John A.

Bond received from Directors for $100 to perform duties in said district for one year

Nov. 18, 1833

Bates Jr., Caleb

Director Perry School District #1 Agreed to Treasurer’s Bond

Nov. 18, 1833

Fowler, Richard

Director Perry School District #1 Agreed to Treasurer’s Bond

Nov. 18, 1833

Sterns(sp?), Daniel

Director Perry School District #1 Agreed to Treasurer’s Bond

 

 

 

Feb. 17, 1834

Sinclair, David

Moderator Special School meeting. Voted for 2nd, 3rd vote

1st vote: location of new school house

2nd vote: to raise a tax to build said school house

3rd vote: amount of said tax to be $250

4th vote: on size of structure, to be made of brick

5th vote: tax to be collected by first of Nov. next

6th vote: that said house be completed by the first day of Nov. next

7th vote: that the fifth vote be reconsidered

8th vote: that said tax to be collected by the first of Oct. next

Feb. 17, 1834

Sinclair, Calvin

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 to be collected by 1st of Oct and said house built by Nov. 1st.

Feb. 17, 1834

Bates, Caleb

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Wilcox, Asa

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Offer, Robert

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Cook, Joseph

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Tisdell, P.A.

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Sweet, H.H.

Votes for 2nd vote.3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Fowler, Richard

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Davidson, Dan A.

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Butler, Amos

Votes for 2nd vote. 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk, Votes for 2nd &3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

Feb. 17, 1834

Greeves, John

Votes for 2nd & 3rd Vote. Votes for tax amount to be raised to $250 et al

 

 

 

Oct 17, 1834

Wilcox, Asa

Moderator Annual School Meeting

Oct. 17,1834

Coolidge, J.

Chosen clerk Annual School Meeting. Records motion to declare that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void. Meeting adjourned.

Oct 17, 1834

Matthews, William C.

Chosen Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 17,1834

Ballard, Wm. L.

Chosen Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 17,1834

Wilcox, Asa

Chosen Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 17,1834

Sinclair, Arit

Chosen Treasurer Annual School Meeting

 

 

 

18 Oct. 1834

Matthews, Wm. C.

Bound for $100 to Directors of school district to carry out the duties of Collector and Treasurer for one year

18 Oct. 1834

Sinclair, Arit

Bound for $100 to Directors of school district to carry out the duties of Collector and Treasurer for one year

18 Oct. 1834

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17

 

 

 

18 Oct. 1834

Sweet, H.H.

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Cook, Joseph

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Williams, T.J.

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Sinclair, Arit

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Harris, W.

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Offer, Robert

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Steven, Silas

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Bates, Caleb

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

18 Oct. 1834

Besdill, J.

Vote that all proceedings of meeting of Feb. 17, 1834 be declared null and void

 

 

 

Oct. 16, 1835

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk; Annual School Meeting, no one attended, special meeting called for on Nov.18, 1835

 

 

 

Nov. 18, 1835

Cook, Joseph

Moderator Annual School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1835

Coolidge, Jona

Chosen Clerk Annual School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1835

Cook, Joseph

Chosen Trustee Annual School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1835

Butterfield, William

Chosen Trustee Annual School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1835

Vesey, Wm.

Chosen Trustee Annual School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1835

Wyman, Guy

Chosen Treasurer Annual School Meeting, obligated to perform all duties of Collector and Treasurer of School District #1

Nov. 18, 1835

Cook, Joseph

Agrees to bond as executor and administrator Annual School Mtg.

 

 

 

Oct. 21, 1836

Coolidge, Jona

Moderating; 1st Vote to serve as Clerk

Oct. 21, 1836

Wyman, Guy

Voted as Director, binding agreement with Calvin Hutchins and Jonas Coolidge Collectors and Treasurers of School District #1

Oct. 21, 1836

Barber, Osborn

2nd Vote: Annual School Meeting ti serve as Durectir

Oct. 21, 1836

Sinclair, Calvin

2nd Vote: Annual School Meeting ti serve as Durectir

Oct. 21, 1836

Hutchins, Calvin

3rd Vote Annual School Meeting to serve as Collector

Oct 21, 1836

Coolidge, J.

4th Vote for school wood for the winter to be furnished by a tax to be levied on the school bill, to be got by the lowest bidder and furnished by the 1st of Dec. next and the remainder ordered by the Trustees on six days notice, the furnishing the wood was then put up at auction and bid off by Guy Wyman at .. Shillings for load to be measured by the Clerk

Oct. 21, 1836

Hutchins, Calvin

Of the town of Perry, Geauga County, Ohio bound to the sum of $100 to the payment of which he binds himself and will perform all the duties of Collector and Treasurer of School District #1 in Perry Twp. along with Jonas Coolidge

Oct. 21, 1836

Coolidge, Jonas

Of the town of Perry, Geauga County, Ohio bound to the sum of $100 to the payment of which he binds himself and will perform all the duties of Collector and Treasurer of School District #1 in Perry Twp. along with Calvin Hutchins

 

 

 

July 29, 1837

Cook, J.

Moderator Annual School Meeting

July 29, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk. “Special school meeting to discuss the scite (sic) whereupon to built a schoolhouse” in District #1 Perry. Resolve to appoint a Committee of four to take an accurate survey of North Ridge.before 5th day of Aug.

July 29, 1837

Barber, Osborn

Appointed to survey committee for new school house site

July 29, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Appointed to survey committee for new school house site

July 29, 1837

Cook, Joseph

Appointed to survey committee for new school house site

July 29, 1837

Coltrin, Elisha C.

Appointed to survey committee for new school house site

 

 

 

Aug. 5, 1837

Sinclair, Milton

Moderator; ½ of land for new schoolhouse to be taken from his land

Aug. 5, 1837

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk ½ of land for new schoolhouse to be taken from his land. Meeting dissolved (sic)

 

 

 

Aug. 28, 1837

Cook, Joseph

Special School Meeting; Called to the Chair

Aug. 28, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Special school meeting at his house, “ there was a motion made and seconded to reconsider the vote of the 5th of Aug. 1837…and upon taking said vote it was declared lost by a heavy majority and that this meeting be dissolved ”

 

 

 

Oct. 20, 1837

Coolidge, Jona

Annual School Meeting. 1st Vote: Chosen Clerk

Oct. 20, 1837

Wyman, Guy

Annual School Meeting. 3rd Vote: chosen Collector “Of the township of Perry, Geauga County, Ohio is firmly bound ….to the full sum of $500 …The conditions of this obligation are that he shall well and truly perform the duties Collector and Treasurer of said district…”

Oct. 20, 1837

Cook, Joseph

Annual School Meeting 2nd Vote. Chosen School Director. “Of the township of Perry, Geauga County, Ohio is firmly bound ….to the full sum of $500 …The conditions of this obligation are that he shall well and truly perform the duties Collector and Treasurer of said district…”

Oct. 20, 1837

Coltrin, Elisha

2nd vote chosen School Director Annual School Meeting

Oct. 20, 1837

Sinclair, Greenliff

2nd Vote: Chosen School Director Annual School Meeting

 

 

 

Nov. 11, 1837

Cook, J.

Moderator

Nov. 11, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Special meeting convened at house of J. Coolidge, Deputy Clerk, for the purpose of voting a tax to build a schoolhouse in Perry School District #1. Meeting adjourned because of lack of a majority of taxable inhabitants.

 

 

 

Nov. 18, 1837

Cook, J.

Moderator Special School Meeting

Nov. 18, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk; Meeting adjourned as there was not a quorum present

 

 

 

Nov. 24, 1837

Cook, J.

Moderator. “… motion to raise a tax to build a schoolhouse the vote was carried by….. $225 to rec’d the one half by the first of March next and the other half by the first of June next. Vote to build a house right square ten feet on each side according to the draft provide by Elisha C. Coltrin..”

Nov 24, 1837

Butterfield, Wm.

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Newcomb, J.P.

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Coolidge, J.

Deputy Clerk; Voted for #225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Hutchins, Wm.

Voted for $225 tax to built a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Hutchins, Calvin

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Stephens, Silas

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Cook, Joseph

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Sinclair, David

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Sinclair, Joseph

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Sinclair, Greenliff

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Coltrin, Elisha C.

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

Nov 24, 1837

Willson, Alexander

Voted for $225 tax to build a school house

 

 

 

Sept. 21, 1838

Butterfield

In the Chair: Annual School meeting: vote to raise a tax of $30

Sept. 21, 1838

Cook, Joseph

Annual School meeting: vote to raise a tax of $30

Sept. 21, 1838

Wyman, Guy

Annual School meeting vote to raise a tax of $30

Sept. 21, 1838

Sinclair Calvin

Annual School meeting vote to raise a tax of $30

Sept. 21, 1838

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk Annual School meeting vote to raise a tax of $30

 

 

 

Sept. 26, 1838

Sinclair, Calvin

Annual School Meeting Board of Trustees met at his house and took the oath of office

Sept. 26, 1838

Cook, Joseph

Appointed Chairman

Sept. 26, 1838

Wyman, Guy

Appointed District Clerk and Treasurer

 

 

 

Dec. 18, 1838

Coolidge, J.

Chosen Moderator. Special School meeting at the house of J. Coolidge for the purpose of raising a tax to finish paying for the schoolhouse now under contract and also furnishing the same. Meeting adjourned until following Thursday.

 

 

 

Dec. 20, 1838

Coolidge, J.

Moderator. Meeting called to order to vote for a tax raise of $130 in addition to the amount voted at the Annual Meeting, to be paid by July 1st. next.

Dec. 20, 1838

Wyman, Guy

D. Clerk

 

 

 

June 22, 1839

Cook, J.

Special School Meeting to vote on a tax to complete the payment of the school house now finished.

June 22, 1839

Sinclair, Milton

Called to the chair. Meeting called to vote on a tax to complete the payment of the schoolhouse now finished.

June 22, 1839

Coolidge, J.

Selected as Clerk pro tem

June 27, 1839

Coolidge, J.

Meeting adjourned until next Thursday

June 27, 1839

Wyman, Guy

D. Clerk

 

 

 

July 4, 1839

Sinclair, Calvin

In the Chair

July 4, 1839

Sinclair, Milton

Appointed Clerk pro tem; meeting adjourned for one day

 

 

 

July 5, 1839

Sinclair, Milton

Appointed Chairman. Motion to raise a tax of $43; said tax to be collected within thirty days; voted for the tax

July 5, 1839

Cook, J.

Voted for the $43 tax

July 5, 1839

Sinclair, Calvin

Voted for the $43 tax

July 5, 1839

Sinclair, David

Voted for the $43 tax

July 5, 1839

Coolidge, J.

Appointed Clerk pro tem. Voted against the $43 tax

 

 

 

Sept. 20, 1839

Wyman, Guy

Annual School Meeting postponed because…“People of said District met at schoolhouse… but did not legally organize on account of the neglect of Guy Wyman, District Clerk, to put up the required notice of said meeting

Sept. 20, 1839

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk

 

 

 

Sept. 28, 1839

Haskell, Ferdinand

Superintendent of Common schools for the township of Perry, appointed School Directors. Met at the house of J. Coolidge

Sept. 28, 1839

Cook, Joseph

Appointed School Director

Sept. 28, 1839

Butterfield, Wilden

Appointed School Director

Sept. 28, 1839

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk; Appointed School Director

 

 

 

Sept. 30, 1839

Coolidge, J.

Met at his house; appointed D. Clerk, took oath of office

Sept. 30, 1839

Butterfield, Wilden

Met at house of J. Coolidge, took oath of office

Sept. 30, 1839

Joseph Cook

Met at house of J. Coolidge, took oath of office; appointed Chairman

 

 

 

Sept. 18, 1840

Lapham, Dunkin

Annual School Meeting; Appointed Chairman and Director

Sept. 18, 1840

Sinclair, Milton

Appointed Director at Annual School Meeting

Sept. 18, 1840

Coolidge, Jona

Appointed Director at Annual School Meeting

 

 

 

Sept. 21, 1840

Lapham, Dunkin

Appointed Chairman, took oath of office

Sept. 21, 1840

Coolidge, Jona

Appointed Clerk and Treasurer, took oath of office

 

 

 

Sept. 17, 1841

Lapham, Duncan

At Annual School meeting, called to the chair. Elected School Director; appointed as Chairman, took oath of office.

Motion to “…assess a tax of $20 for the purpose of repairing the schoolhouse and furnishing fuel for the year ensuing and that the same be paid by the 1st of Nov. next”

Sept. 17, 1841

Coolidge, J.

 Annual School Meeting: Elected School Director, appointed Clerk and Treasurer, took oath of office

Sept. 17, 1841

Cook, Joseph

Annual School Meeting: Elected School Director; took oath of office

 

 

 

Oct. 30, 1841

Cook, Joseph

D. Clerk. Met at his shop to resolve to reconsider the vote to raise a tax of $20 for the purchase of fuel

 

 

 

Sept. 16, 1842

Sinclair, Milton

Chairman Annual School meeting.

Sept. 16, 1842

Sinclair, David

Chosen Director for term of one year

Sept. 16, 1842

Lapham, Dunkin

Chosen Director for term of two years

Sept. 16, 1842

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk; Chosen Director for term of three years

 

 

 

Sept. 19, 1842

Lapham, Dinkin

School Directors met at his house; took oath of office

Sept. 19, 1842

Sinclair Jr., David

Chosen Chairman; took oath of office

Sept. 19, 1842

Coolidge, Jonathan

Appointed as Clerk; took oath of office

 

 

 

Sept. 15, 1843

Butterfield, Wilder (sp?)

Chairman, Annual School meeting

Sept. 15, 1843

Barker (sp?), Osborn

Chosen as Director for term of three years, has taken oath of office

Sept. 15, 1843

Coolidge, J.

Appointed D. Clerk

 

 

 

Sept. 25, 1843

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk. Amount of school money received from the Township Treasurer for the year 1842 was $53.88

Sept. 25, 1843

Goodrich, E.F.

Paid for teaching school $45

Sept. 25, 1843

Mc Murphy, Martha

Paid for same $8.88 for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 20, 1844

Butterfield, Wilton

Annual School Meeting. Chairman

Sept. 20, 1844

Sinclair, Milton

Chosen as Director for the term of 3 years and has qualified accordingly

 

 

 

Sept. 1844

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk. Amount of money received from the Township Treasurer for the year 1843 was $37.50

Sept. 1844

Ammion, Henry N.

Paid $27 for school teaching

Sept. 1844

Lesley, Sarah

$10.50 paid for school teaching

Sept. 1844

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk

 

 

 

Sept. 19, 1845

Butterfield, Wilder

Chairman, Annual School meeting

Sept. 19, 1845

Sinclair, David

Chosen as Director for term of 3 years, sworn accordingly

Sept. 19, 1845

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk

 

 

 

Sept. 24, 1846

Sinclair, Milton

Directors met and chose Milton Sinclair Clerk and Treasurer

 

 

 

Sept. 1846

Sinclair, Milton

Deputy Clerk. The amount of money drawn from the township Treasurer was $34.16

Sept 1846

Stearns, Martin

Paid $34.16 from town treasurer nd $5.84 from a tax which gave him $14

Sept.1846

Sinclair, Milton

D. Clerk. Amount of money received from the township treasurer for the year 1844 was $19.74 which was paid to Ann Lyman for school teaching

Sept 1845

Lyman, Ann

Paid from above fund for school teaching

 

 

 

Dec. 1845

Sinclair, Milton

D. Clerk. Amount of money drawn from the township treasurer for the year 1844 was $36.08 more than paid to Ann Lyman

Dec. 1845

Amidoun , Henry

$36.08 paid for teaching 3 months school, North Perry

 

 

 

Jan. 1846

Sinclair, Milton

Chosen Clerk and Treasurer

Jan. 1846

Sinclair, Milton

D. Clerk. Amount of money drawn from the township treasurer for the year 1845 was $34.16

Jan. 1846

Stean, Martin.

Paid $34.16 from above fund and $5.84 tax collected which paid him $41.00 for teaching three months

 

 

 

Mar. 14, 1846

Stearns, Daniel

The Directors met at his house and qualified him as trustee D. No. 1 and Clerk for the term of one year; appointed Director for the remainder or the term of one year to fill the vacuum by the removal of Osborn Barber

Mar. 14, 1846

Sinclair, Milton

Agreed to having Daniel Stearns trustee and clerk for one year

Mar. 14, 1846

Haskell, Ferdinand

Clerk; appointed Daniel Stearns Director in School District #1

Mar. 14, 1846

Barber, Osborn

Removed as Clerk

 

 

 

May 1847

Sinclair, Milton

D. Clerk. Money from township treasurer was $46.73; $40 was paid to Martin Stearns for three months teaching school and $6.73 paid to Hariet Mc Neall, raised 1847 paid out 1847.

May 1847

Stearns, Martin

Paid $40 for teaching

May 1847

Mc Neall, Hariet

Paid $6.73 for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 17, 1847

Butterfield, Wilder

 Chairman, Annual School meeting adjourned until Sept. 18

Sept. 17, 1847

Sinclair, Milton

D. Clerk Meeting adjourned until Sept. 18, 1847

 

 

 

Sept. 18, 1847

Butterfield, Wilder

Annual School Meeting. In the Chair for the term of three years

Sept. 18, 1847

Stearns, Daniel

Annual School Meeting. Chosen trustee and qualified

Sept. 18, 1847

Amiidon, William

Annual School Meeting. Chosen as Chairman

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Calvin

Annual School Meeting. Voted to serve as trustee for three years

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Milton

Clerk noted W. Amidon chosen as Chairman, C. Sinclair Trustee

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Calvin

Directors met at his house and chose him as Clerk and Treasurer for the term of three years

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Milton

D.Clerk recorded Calvin Sinclair chosen Clerk and Treasurer

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Calvin

“Of township of Perry, LAKE COUNTY, Ohio, bound to sum of $200 which he shall disburse and pay according to law all such school …. money that comes into his hands for school purposes is obligated to be paid otherwise to remain in full … “

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclair, Milton

“Of township of Perry, LAKE COUNTY, Ohio, bound to sum of $200 which he shall disburse and pay according to law all such school or … and money that comes into his hands for school purposes is obligated to be paid otherwise to remain in full … “

Sept. 18, 1847

Sinclear, David

Witness to Bond of Milton and Calvin Sinclair

Sept. 18, 1847

Stearns, Daniel

Witness to Bond of Milton and Calvin Sinclair

 

 

 

Sept. 15, 1848

Sinclair, Milton

School Meeting. In the Chair for term of 3 years

Sept. 15, 1848

Amidon, Wm.

School Meeting. Chosen trustee and qualified

Sept. 15, 1848

Sinclair, Calvin

Clerk recorded Milton Sinclair chosen as Chair, Wm. Amidon trustee

 

 

 

Apr. 9, 1849

Coolidge, Jonathan

Annual School Meeting. Appointed School Director for the term of 3 years in place of Daniel Stearns.

Apr. 9, 1849

Stearns, Daniel

Recorded at Annual School Meeting that he has moved from Distict

Apr. 9, 1849

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk. Voted to raise school tax.

Apr. 9, 1849

Sinclair, Calvin

School Directors met at his house, appointed him Chairman. Resigned as Clerk and Treasurer. Appointed to fill vacancy of Clerk and Treasurer. Voted to raise tax of $15 for school repairs to be paid by 1st of Sept next.

Apr. 9, 1849

Amidon, Wm.

Voted to raise tax of $15 for school repairs

 

 

 

Apr. 8, 1850

Butterfield, Wilder

Annual School Meeting Chairman

Apr. 8, 1850

Coolidge, J.

Clerk

Apr. 8, 1850

Glines, Stephen B.

Chosen Trustee and sworn accordingly; appointed Chairman by trustees in evening meeting of Apr. *, 1850

April 8, 1850

 

Clerk, noted Stephen B. Glines chosen Chairman by Trustees

 

 

 

Apr. 13, 1857

Coolidge, J.

Annual School Meeting. Chairman; Jonathan Coolidge Elected Director for three years. Recorded meeting.

Apr. 13, 1857

Cook, Joseph W.

Annual School Meeting Elected Director for two years

Apr. 13, 1857

Chapman, Giles

Annual School Meeting. Elected Director for one year

Apr. 13, 1857

Barklow, M.P.

Signed J. Coolidge, Giles Chapman, M.P Barklow elected Directors

 

 

 

Apr. 15, 1857

Coolidge, J.

Appointed Clerk; Directors appointed Ar. 13, 1857 noted to be qualified

 

 

 

May 11, 1857

Caviner, Henrietta

Contract made….” for her to teach in sub - district … of Lake County for term of four months commencing on this day for the sum of five dollars and fifty cents per month.”

May 11, 1857

Cook, J. W.

Signed document as School Director to hire Henrietts Caviner

May 11, 1857

Chapman, Giles

Signed document as School Director to hire Henrietta Caviner

 

 

 

Aug. 29, 1857

Tavener, Henrietta

“……this day closed the Contract for teaching School in this district, presented her report, and Revised the Certificate of the Directors for the sum of Twenty Five Dollars in full for the same.”

Aug. 29, 1857

Coolidge, J.

D, Clerk noted Henrietta Caviner closed school, issued certificate for Twenty Five Dollars in full …

 

 

 

Sept. 18, 1857

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “The number of children returned this day in this district between the age of five and twenty one years was thirty.”

 

 

 

Sept. 25, 1857

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “ … received from the Township Clerk the sum of $43.50…”

Sept. 25, 1857

Mc Donald, David

From above monies was “paid …the sum of $40 which was endorsed on his Contract for repairing the School House ...”

 

 

 

Dec. 7, 1857

Shephard, Miss Augusta

“ … on this day commenced teaching our District School agreeable to verbal Contract at $2,50 per week and 5 ½ days for a week. Said School to Continue for three months.”

Dec. 7, 1857

Coolidge, J.

Clerk noted agreement by Miss Augusta Shephard to teach

 

 

 

Feb. 24, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. Received from Township Treasurer $12.50 from the contingent fund for the school district, and at the same time $55 from school house receiving fund

Feb. 24, 1858

Chapman, Giles

Paid $12.50 for fuel

Feb. 24, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “ … the above school Closed Feb. 26, 1858 and an order drawn for thirty dollars in full payment for the same... “

Feb. 24, 1858

Mc Donald, Daniel

Paid $55 for school house repairs

 

 

 

Feb. 26, 1838

J. Coolidge

Clerk, noted school closed, thirty dollars full payment for samd

 

 

 

Apr. 13, 1858

Gray, Wm.

Chairman. Annual School meeting

Apr. 13, 1858

Chapman, Giles C.

Annual School Meeting. Elected Director for term of three years and was sworn in

Apr. 13, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. Annual School Meeting. Elected Clerk for one year

 

 

 

May 10, 1858

Evans, Sarah

“… commenced teaching school for an unlimited time at $1.37 per week and board.”

May 10, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk noted agreement with Sarah Evans to teach

 

 

 

Sept. 18, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “ … whole number of children returned in this District between the ages of five years and twenty one years on the 18 Sep. 1858 was thirty nine…”

 

 

 

Dec. 18, 1858

Parker, Byron

“ … this day commenced teaching the District School at $13 per month….The said school closed on Jan.22, 1859. ‘

Dec. 18, 1858

Coolidge, J.

Clerk noted Byron Parker agreed to teach

 

 

 

Feb. 14, 1859

 

“… this day, Byron Parker received his Certificate for an order on the Township Treasurer for the sum of $19.50 in full for the teaching ….”

Feb. 14, 1859

Coolidge, J.

Clerk noted Byron Parker received $19.50 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

July 29, 1859

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “… this day gave a certificate for $9 for fuel and repairs in Perry School District No. 1 which was paid in full $5.30 of which was paid for fuel and repairs and the balance of $3.70 is in the hands of the District Clerk…”. No names given to whom money was paid

 

 

 

Sept. 19, 1859

Coolidge, J.

Clerk. “… this day reported to the Township Clerk the number of youths in this district required by law which number was fifty…”

 

 

 

Dec. 7, 1859

 R, Emily

“… commenced teaching school at $2.50 per week 5 ½ days for each week…..”

Dec. 7, 1859

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk noted Emily R.’s agreememt to teach

 

 

 

Mar. 1, 1860

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk. “ … school closed having taught twelve weeks and received a certificate for $36 in payment for the same….”(No name given to whom money was paid)

 

 

 

Mar. 2, 1860

Coolidge, J.

D. Clerk. Certificate of $7 from the contingent fund and $3 from the funds in the hands of the District Clerk to pay for wood

Mar. 2, 1860

Ives

Paid from above, furnished 8 cords of wood for the winter school

 

 

 

May 8, 1860

Teeple, M.A.

“….commenced teaching school at $2.00 per week with 5 ½ days per week….”

May 8, 1860

Gray, Ira

Clerk noted M. Teeple began teaching

 

 

 

Aug. 8, 1860

Gray, Ira

Clerk. “… school closed having taught three monts( sic) and Rece (sic) a certificate for the sum of $24 for the same…” (No name given to whom money was paid)

 

 

 

Sept. 29, 1860

Gray, I.

Clerk. “This day reported to the Township Clerk the number of youths in this district required by Law which ... .was Forty one.”

 

 

 

Dec. 10, 1860

Cubek , Maline A.

“… commenced school at $3 per week 5 ½ days per week.”

Dec. 10, 1860

Gray, I.

Clerk, noted agreement for M. Cubek to teach

 

 

 

June 23, 1860

Gray, Ira

Clerk. “ … rec nine dullers (sic) from the terscery (sic) and fund $6.25 for wood and 88 cts. For scawin (sic) wood to Charls Sinclar and one dallrs (sic) and 87/100 to A Clark.” Noted on side of document: 625+88+187 equals $9.00

June 23, 1860

Sinclair, Charles

Paid $6.25 for wood and 88 cts for sawing

June 23, 1860

Clark, A.

Paid one dollars (sic) and 87/100

 

 

 

Jan. 27, 1861

Gray, Ira

D. Clerk. Paid to Henry Sinclair $6.25 for five cords of wood for the winter at $1.25 per cord

Jan. 27, 1861

Sinclair, Henry

Paid for wood to Henry Sinclair

 

 

 

Mar. 5, 1861

Gray, I.

D. Clerk. “ … school closed having taught three monts(sic) and has a Certificate for the sum of $36 for the same….” (No name given to whom received the money_

 

 

 

Apr. 8, 1861

Cook, J.W.

Annual school meeting, was elected Director and qualified

Apr. 8, 1861

Gray, Ira

D. Clerk noted J. Cook elected Director and qualified

 

 

 

May 6, 1861

 Lucinda

“… commenced school at $2 per week 5 ½ days per week…”

May 6, 1861

Gray, Ira

D. Clerk noted Lucinda ? agreed to teach

 

 

 

Apr. 7, 1862

Perry, Thomas

“Paid for wood got two yars (sic) ago one dollar& fifty cents”

Apr. 7, 1862

Cook, P.W.

D. Clerk noted Thomas Perry paid for wood from two years ago

 

 

 

Feb. 26, 1862

Stephens, Ruth

“…. to teach summer school at $1.50 per week five and a half days per week to commence the first Monday in May…”

Feb. 26, 1862

Cook, P.W.

D. C. noted Ruth Stephens agreed to teach

 

 

 

Apr. 14, 1862

Cook, P.J.

Dist Clerk Annual School meeting. Resolution offered to get an appropriation of $600 at the next meeting of the School Board to build school buy site and fence it, one half to be raised by the District the other half by the town

Apr. 14, 1862

Coolidge, J.

Chairman at Annual School Meeting. Resolution offered to have District clerk be authorized to get an appropriation of $600 at the next board of education meeting to build school by site x fence it, one half to be raised in the Distirct and the other half by the town

Apr. 14, 1862

Co,Robert

Chosen as Director for one year at Annual School Meeting

Apr. 14, 1862

Gray, Ira

Resigned

Apr. 14, 1862

Parmly, James

Chosen as Director for term of three years

 

 

 

Apr. 17, 1862

Cook, P.W.

Clerk. Elected as Clerk. Directors were qualified

 

 

 

June 19, 1862

Cook, P.W.

Clerk.Paid $.70 for transferring and recording deed for school house lot

 

 

 

Aug. 24, 1862

Cook, P.W.

“… school closed having taught four months and received a certificate of twenty four dollars for the same…” (No name given for person to whom the money was paid)

 

 

 

Nov. 6, 1862

Cook, P.W.

Clerk. “ Bought seven and a half pounds of pipe and wire 10…paid one dollar…”

 

 

 

Mar. 14, 1863

Cook, P.W.

Clerk. Received of town treasurer $10. Paid Adam Fritz for wood six dollars also paid Sims & Co three dollars for table and chair

Mar. 14, 1863

Fitz, Adam

Paid six dollars for wood

Mar. 14, 1863

Simon and Co.

Paid three dollars for table and chair

 

 

 

Mar. 26, 1863

Cook, P.W.

Clerk “… paid Lucinda having taught four months at twelve dollars per month, gave her an order for the same..”

 

 

 

July 15, 1863

Cook, P.W.

Clerk. Small note on bottom of page P.W Cook paid $3 ???

 

 

 

Feb. 29, 1864

Cook, P.W.

Clerk. Paid Otis M. Wood for wood $8 & for drac… (sic) and sawing the same Five Dollars

Feb. 29, 1864

Wood, Otis M.

Paid $8 for drac..ing and sawing wood

 

 

 

Apr. 11, 1864

Cook, P.W.

Annual School meeting in sub District

Apr. 11, 1864

Coolidge, P.

Chairman; elected as Trustee for term of three years

Apr. 11, 1864

O’Zarkalow, Milton

Chosen as Clerk Annual School Meeting

Apr. 11, 1864

Cook, P.W.

Clerk Annual School Meeting

 

 

 

Apr. 25, 1864

Cook, P.W.

Clerk; teacher hired at $2 a week 5 ½ days per week

 

 

 

Oct. 10, 1864

Barklow,M.

Clerk. Made contract with … for five cords of wood … for winter school at $2.50 per cord

 

 

 

Dec. 5, 1864

Barklow, M

Clerk Noted agreement for teacher, no name legible

Dec. 5, 1864

Race, Emaly

“… commenced teaching a winter school for Dec. at North Perry for $25 a month 22 days per month (Page 75-barely legible)…”

 

 

 

Mar. 12, 1865

Barklow,M.

Clerk. “ Gave notes … To J… for $12.50 for wood for winter school in December

Apr. 3, 1865

Barklow, M.

Clerk “… school closed having taught four months and gave … a certificate for two and one half months … (the rest is illegible)

 

 

 

Apr. 10, 1865

Coolidge, P.

Annual Meeting. Chosen Chairman

Apr. 10, 1865

Barklow, M.

Clerk. Trustee chosen but not able to read rest of document

 

 

 

Feb. 7, 1865

Barkaler , M

Dist Clerk. Paid sixty cents for one broom (Date out of order)

 

 

 

Mar. 24, 1866

Barkaler, M

Dist. Clerk “… paid to Cassie Burns $48 for teaching Dec. 5, 1865 to Feb. 1866 at $16 a month…”

Mar. 24, 1866

Burns, Cassie

Paid $48 for teaching Dec. 5 1865 to Feb. 1866 at $16 a month.

 

 

 

Aug. 29, 1866

Barkaler, M

D. Clerk “… paid $30 to Lara P… for teaching school from the 14th day of May 1866 to the 24th of Aug. 1866 …”

Aug. 29, 1866

P, Lara

Paidto Lara P? , $30 for teaching school 66 days

 

 

 

Dec 1, 1866

Barkaler, M.

D. Clerk. “… furnished and put in five windows, light glass 15, sash 35; Jan. Office ,,, 25; Feb 1 broom 30 (total 180). Received key for the above.

 

 

 

Mar. 1, 1867

Baskal, M.P.

Clerk. “… paid Hennrertta H. Wright for teaching..”

Mar. 1, 1867

Wright, Henneritta H.

Given certificate for $54 for 12 weeks of teaching

 

 

 

Aug. 5, 1867

Armstrong, Lara

“… given certificate for $33 for twelve weeks of teaching….”

 

 

 

Apr, 1868

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk Directors and clerk chosen, cannot read names

 

 

 

May 1, 1868

 Lockwood, Ann

“… agreed to teach for three months at $2.50 per week..

May 1, 1868

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk noted Ann ? to teach

 

 

 

July 21, 1868

Lockwood, Ann

“…closed school, made report and recived (sic) certificate for $… for her pay…”

July 21, 1868

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk noted payment to A. Lockwood for teaching

 

 

 

Nov.1868

Harper, Eliza A.

“… to teach school North Perry subdistrict for 3 mos at $5 for week, 5 ½ days per week to commence Dec 8, 1868…”

Nov. 1868

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk noted agreement for Eliza Harper to teach

Nov. 1868

Fritz, Geo. A.

Furnished six cords of wood at schoolhouse at $2.75 per cord and recevd (sic)… for same

 

 

 

Mar. 6, 1859

Harper, Eliza A.

“… taught school as per agreement, made report and recevd (sic) certificate of pay for same ($60.00)

May 6, 1869

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk noted certificate to E. Harper for teaching received

 

 

 

Apr. 3, 1875

Andrews, Oscar

Received certificate for $15 for wood furnished at school

Apr. 3, 1875

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk noted payment to O, Andrews for wood

 

 

 

Apr. 12, 1875

Cook, J.H.

Chosen as Chairman; elected Director for 3 years

Apr. 12, 1875

Coolidge, C.

D. C.; Chosen as Clerk, noted J.H. Cook chosen Chairman for 3 years, Ellen Gardner to teach summer of 1875

Apr. 12, 1875

Gardner, Ellen

Engaged to teach in the school for the summer of 1875

 

 

 

Apr. 16, 1875

Gardner, Ellen

Contracted to teach a summer school at $.60 per day

Apr. 16, 1875

Coolidge, C.

D. Clerk Note agreement for Ellen Gardner to teach

 

 

 

Aug. 17, 1875

Gardner, Ellen

“… given certificate for $42 the amt. Due for teaching a summer school 70 days at $.60 per day…”

Aug. 17, 1875

Coolidge, C.

D.C. noted certificate for teaching given to E. Gardner for $42

 

 

 

Mar. 4, 1876

Coolidge C.

D.C.; given certificate for $16 for wood furnished at school house

 

 

 

Mar. 25, 1875

Lapham, P.A.

“… given a certificate for $80 for teaching sinter school for 80 days at $1.00 a day….”

Mar. 25, 1875

Coolidge, C.

D.C. noted P. Lahpham give certificate for $80 for teaching

 

 

 

Mar.1876

Shepherd, Mary

“…contracted to teach summer school at $.60 per day commencing the first Tuesday in May…”

Mar 1876

Cook, J.H.

At a meeting of the Directors it was agreed that either could hire a teacher for the summer and decided to hire Mary Shepherd

Mar. 1876

Coolidge, C.

D.C.; Director; At a meeting of the Directors it was agreed that either could hire a teacher for the summer and decided to hire Mary Shepherd

 

 

 

Apr. 10, 1875

Cook, J.W.

Elected as Chairman; elected Director

Apr. 10, 1875

Coolidge, C.

Clerk noted J. Cook elected Director

 

 

 

Aug. 5, 1875

Shepherd, Mary

“… closed summer school. Received certificate for pay for same..”

 

 

 

Oct. 9, 1876

Harper, Homer

“… contracted to teach winter school at $1.25 per day…”

Oct. 9, 1876

Cook, ? G.

D.C. noted Homer Harper to teach winter school

 

 

 

Dec. 14, 1876

Harper, Homer

“ …commenced his school in this district today at $1.25 per day..”

Dec. 14, 1876

Cook, Jas. G.

Clerk noted H. Harper commenced teaching school

 

 

 

Nov. 13, 1876

Cook, J. G.

D.C. Furnished for school house one stove front and three panes of glass

 

 

 

Dec. 2, 1876

Cook, Jas. G.

Dist. Clerk made a contract with C. Coolidge to furnish seven cords of wood for school house for fifteen dollars

Dec. 2, 1876

Coolidge, C.

To furnish wood for school house for $15

 

 

 

Mar. 1877

Harper, Homer

Pg. 92 ….closed his school this day having taught four months …”

Mar. 1877

Cook, J.G.

District Clerk noted school closed by Homer Harper

 

 

 

Oct. 28, 1877

Lapham, Phoebe

 “… given an order from Town Clerk for twenty eight dollars that being the amount due her for teaching a fall school closing on Sat. last…”

Oct. 28, 1877

Cook, J. G.

D.C.noted payment to Phoebe Lapham for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 20, 1877

Cook, J.G.

“furnished pail and … for school house $35 cents J.G. Cook, D. Clerk …. Furnished for schoolhouse one broom and door key 4? Cents box of crayons 36? cents

 

 

 

Dec. 4, 1877

Harper, Homer

“… commercial teacher a winter … of school district at one dollar and fifty cts paid….”No signature on note.

 

 

 

Apr. 1, 1878

Cook, J. G.

D. Clerk. Almost illegible, appears to be payment made for teaching to …”

 

 

 

Apr. 5, 1878

Coolidge, C.

Chairman. Annual school meeting

Apr. 5, 1878

Cook, J. G.

Declared Director for three years

 

 

 

Apr. 23, 1878

Cook, J. G.

D.C.” . spring term of school closed, teacher … given certificate on Town Clerk in favor of the Teacher Miss …. for forty dollars” Paid 50 cents for cutting briars

 

 

 

Sept. 8, 1878

Norton, Olivia

“… contracted to teach fall term of school .to have three dollars per week for eight weeks….”

Sept. 8, 1878

Cook, J. G.

District Clerk noted contract for Olivia Norton to teach

 

 

 

Nov. 2, 1878

Norton, Olivia

“… closed school this day … given certificate for twenty four dollars…”

 

 

 

Dec. 2, 1878

Lapham, Phebe

“…commenced teaching a winter term of school..at $1.25 per day”

Dec. 2, 1878

Cook, J. G.

Dist. Clerk noted contract for Phebe Lapham to teach

 

 

 

Dec. 28, 1878

Cook, J. G.

Paid 60 cents for stove front

 

 

 

Mar. 4, 1879

Lahpham, Phebe

“Winter term of school in sub-district No. 1 closed. Teacher given certificate on town clerk for seventy five dollars….due for her contract…”

Mar. 4, 1879

Cook, J. G.

Dist. Clerk noted $75 certificate for teaching given to P.Lapham

 

 

 

Mar. 31, 1879

Lapham, Phebe

“ … commenced teaching a spring term of school this day at sixty five cents per day…”

Mar. 31, 1879

Cook, J. G.

D.C. noted P. Lapham commenced teaching spring term

 

 

 

Apr. 14, 1879

Cook, J. G.

Paid for broom … glass

 

 

 

Apr. 1879

Casler, R.

Elected as Director in school district No.1 Perry for term of three years

Apr. 1879

Hemch, B.

Received 1 vote for Director

Apr. 1879

Coolidge, C.

Chm. Received 2 votes for Director

Apr. 1879

Cook, J. G.

Clerk noted R. Casler received majority of votes, elected Director for three years

 

 

 

June 1879

Lapham, Phebe

Closed spring term of school…received certificate on town clerk for $ … Due her for said term

June 1879

Cook, J.

Clerk noted P. Lapham paid for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 2, 1879

Lapham, Phebe

“… agreed to teach fall school term for $3.25 per week…”

Sept. 2, 1879

Cook, J. G.

Clerk noted contract with P. Lapham to teach fall term

 

 

 

Oct. 24, 1879

Lapham, Phebe

“… fall term closed. Given a certificate on the Town Clerk for $26”

Oct. 24, 1879

Cook, J. G.

D. Clerk noted P. Lapham given certificate for $26 for teaching

 

 

 

Dec 1, 1879

Baker, Almon G.

“…commenced teaching the winter term of school at one dollar and twenty five cents per day…”

Dec. 1, 1879

Cook, J.G.

Clerk noted Almon Baker contracted to teach winter term

 

 

 

Dec. 1879

Cook, J. G.

Paid for … g..rass

 

 

 

Feb. 20, 1880

Cook, J. G.

“…winter term of school closed, gave the teacher Almond G. Baker certificate on town clerk for seventy five dollars..”

Feb. 20, 1880

Baker, Almond G.

Taught winter term of school, paid $75

 

 

 

Apr. 5, 1882

Knox, Miss

“…commenced teaching spring term for three dollars per week…”

Apr. 5, 1880

Cook, J. G.

Dist. Clerk noted Miss Knox to teach spring term

 

 

 

Apr. 8, 1880

Cook, J. G.

Paid for the school Register and broom for the school house one dollar and twenty five cents

 

 

 

June 26. 1880

Knox, Miss

“… closed her school and given certificate on town clerk for thirty six dollars…”

June 26, 1880

Cook, J. G.

Dist. Clerk noted Miss Knox given certificate for $36 for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 6, 1880

Norton, Olivia

“ … commenced the fall term of school …at twenty two dollars per month for two months…”

Sept. 6, 1880

Cook, J. G.

D. Clerk noted Olivia Norton to teach fall term of school

 

 

 

Oct. 30, 1880

Norton,Olivia

“… school closed, given order on township clerk for forty four dollars…”

Oct. 30, 1880

Cook, J. G.

D.C. noted Olivia Norton paid $45 for teaching

 

 

 

Dec. 7, 1880

Shepherd, Mary

“… commenced teaching school …for one dollar fifty cents per day”

Dec. 7, 1880

Cook, J. G.

D.C. noted Mary Shepaerd to commence teaching

 

 

 

Feb. 26, 1881

Shepherd, Mary

“…received an order for ninety dollars …for the winter term of twelve weeks…”

Feb. 26, 1881

Cook, J. G.

Dist. Clerk noted Mary Shepherd given certificate for $90 for teaching winter term

 

 

 

May 1, 1881

Sinclair, H.

Gave C. Coolidge an order for five dollars for Clerk schoolhouse

May 1, 1881

Coolidge, C.

Received five dollars for Clerk schoolhouse

 

 

 

Apr. 4, 1881

Parker, Hellen

“… given an order on town clerk for $66 dollars due for teaching Apr. 4, 1881 ending June 2?, 1881..”

Apr. 4, 1881

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk Sub District No. 1 noted Hellen Parker given certificate for $66 for teaching

 

 

 

Oct. 21, 1881

Parker, Hellen

“…commenced school August 30 and ending Oct. 21, 1881. Given an order on town clerk for 44 dollars…”

Oct. 21, 1881

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk Sub District No. 1 Noted H. Sinclair given certificate for $4 for teaching

 

 

 

Feb. 24, 1882

Parker, Hellen

“… commenced school Dec. 6, 1881 ending Feb 24, 1882 ..havening (sic) taught for 3 months given an order on town clerk for 109 dollars..”

Feb. 24, 1882

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk noted H. Sinclair given certificate for $109 for teaching

 

 

 

Apr. 11, 1882

Scails, Elice

“… commenced school Apr. 11, 1882 ending May 19, 1882…having taught 30 days given an order on the town clerk for 30 dollars..”

Apr. 11, 1882

Sinclair, H.

District clerk noted Elice Scails given certificate for $30 for teaching

 

 

 

June 18, 1882

Layton, Effie

“ … commenced school June 13 , 1882 ending Aug. 8, 1882 given an order for the town clerk for 40 dollars …”

June 18, 1882

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk Sub District noted E. Layton given certificate for $40 for teaching

 

 

 

Dec. 5, 1882

Layton, Effie

“… given certificate for teaching ……”

Dec. 5, 1882

Sinclair, H.

D. Clerk noted E. Layton given $ ? certificate for teaching

 

 

 

Apr. 1883

Layton, Effie

“… commenced teaching Apr. .., 1883 ending July 14, 1883 given an order on the town clerk for 60 dollars having taught 3 months….”

Apr. 1883

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk noted E. Layton given $60 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

Sept. 8, 1883

Cook, Ella

“… commenced school Sep. 8, 1883 ending October 26, 1883 given an order for … dollars having taught 2 months…”

Sept. 8, 1883

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk. Sub district No. 1 noted E. Cook received order for $? for teaching

 

 

 

June, 1884

Norton, Olivia

“ … having taught 2 months given certificate on township clerk for $….…”

June 1844

Sinclair, H.

District Clerk noted O.Norton given certificate for $? For teaching

 

 

 

Oct.. 1884

Norton, Olivia

“… commenced school Sep. 2, 1884 ending Oct. 3?, 1884, having taught 2 months given certificate on township clerk for … dollars…”

Oct. 1884

Sinclair, H.

Clerk noted O. Norton given $? Certificate for teaching

 

 

 

Feb. 21, 1885

Norton, Olivia

“… commenced school Nov 8, 1884 ending Feb 21, 1885 having taught for 3 months given certificate on township clerk for $80

Feb. 21, 1885

Sinclair, H.

Clerk noted O. Norton given $80 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

June 9, 1885

Barrett, Mrs.

“…given certificate on township clerk having taught 2 months commencing Mar. 17, 1885 ending June 9, 1885 for $ …”

 

 

 

Oct 31, 1885

Cook, Ella

“…commenced teaching school Aug. 25, 1885 ending Oct. 31, 1885 having taught 2 months given an order on township clerk for $50…”

Oct. 31, 1885

Sinclair, H.

 

 

 

 

Oct. 1885

Lucas , P. P.

“… commenced school Dec 1?, 188? Taught … months and one half given an order on township clerk for $75..”

Date ?

Sinclair, H.

 

 

 

 

May 29, 1886

Garmer (sp?), Anna

“…commenced school March 9, 1886 ending May 29, 1886 having taught 3 months given an order on township clerk for $75..”

May 29, 1886

Sinclair, H.

 

 

 

 

Nov. 5, 1886

Pierce, Minnie

“ .. commenced school Aug. 31, 1886 ending Nov. 5, 1886, having taught 2 months given an order on township clerk for $60..”

Nov. 5,1886

Sinclair, H.

 

 

 

 

Mar. 4, 1887

Pierce, Minnie

“… commenced teaching Nov. 23, 1886 ending Mar. 4, 1887, having taught 4 months given an order on township clerk for $140..”

Mar. 4, 1887

Sinclair, H.

Clerk noted M. Pierce given $140 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

May 1887

Pierce, Minnie

“… commenced teaching Mar. 28 ending May ? 1887 having taught 2 months given an order for $60…”

May 1887

Sinclair, H.

Noted M. Pierce given $60 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

Dec. 22, 1887

Parker, Helen J.

“… commenced school Sept. 5, 1887 ending Dec. 22, 1887 having taught 4 months given an order on township clerk for $140”

Dec. 22, 1887

Sinclair, H.

Clerk noted H. Parker given order for $140 for teaching

 

 

 

Mar. ??, 1888

Parker, Helen J.

“… commenced school Jan 10, 1888 ending March having taught 2 months, given an order on towwnship clerk for $70

 

 

 

Apr. 9, 1888

Sinclair, H.

Chairman Annual school meeting; elected Director for three years

Apr. 9, 1888

Herrick, B.

Clerk noted H. Sinclair elected Director for 3 years

 

 

 

May 4, 1888

Parker, Helen J.

“… commenced teaching March 13, 1888 ending May 4, 1888 having taught two months given an order for seventy dollars…”

May 4, 1888

Herrick, B.

Clerk noted H. Parker given $70 order for teaching

 

 

 

Oct.. 1888

Letty ?

“… commenced teaching Aug, 14, 1888 and ending Oct. 1888 having taught two months given an order for seventy dollars…”

 

 

 

Nov. 15, 1888

Herrick, B.

Clerk. Gave an order for $ thirty dollars for stove and repairs on school house

 

 

 

Nov. 20, 1888

Herrick, B.

Clerk. Given an order for eight cords of $1.75 per cord to P. Bur??? $14 the amount due him

Nov. 20, 1888

Bur, P.

Paid for eight cords of wood at $1.75 per cord

 

 

 

Dec. 27, 1888

Harly , George

Given an order for two dollars for building fires at school house

Dec. 27, 188

Herrick, B.

Clerk noted payment to G. Harly for building fires at school house

 

 

 

Nov. 13, 1888

Smith, Mary

“… commenced school Nov. 13, 188 taught for 45 days at $1.75 per day given an order for seventy eight dollars and seventy five cents…”

Nov. 13, 1888

Herrick, B.

Clerk noted order for $78 to M. Smith for teaching

 

 

 

Apr. 8, 1889

Coolidge, C.

Clerk. Received 15 votes from qualified voters of sub district No. 1 and declared elected Director for three years

Apr. 8, 1889

Cook, W.W.

Chairman

 

 

 

May 17, 1889

Harly, Frank

Given an order for $3.05 for building 61 fires in district No. 1

May 17, 1889

Burns, G.

Given an order for 1 cord of wood at $1.75 per cord

 

 

 

May 18, 1889

Cook, Ella

“ … commenced school ???? given ???… ‘

May 18, 1889

Burns, P.

Clerk noted E. Cook commenced teaching school

 

 

 

July 31, 1889

Burns, John

Given an order for 8 cords of wood at $1.75 per cord $14 the amount given him

July 31, 1889

Burns, P.

Clerk noted order for $14 given to J. Burns for 8 cords of wood

 

 

 

Aug. 31, 1889

Burns, P.

Clerk. Order of $9.46 for school supplies

 

 

 

Oct. 26, 1889

Cook, Ella

Taught 40 days at $1.75 per day amount due her $70.00 given an order for that amount

Oct.26, 1889

Burns, P.

Clerk noted E. Cook given order for $70 for teaching

 

 

 

Oct. 28, 1889

Harly, Frank

Given an order for building supplies $1.95

Oct. 28, 1889

Burns, P.

Clerk noted F. Harly given order $1.95 for building supplies

 

 

 

Mar. 24, 1890

Burns, P.

Clerk. Lock and key $.25

Mar. 24, 1890

Harly, George

Janitor. 16 weeks at $.35 per week given an order for $5.60

Mar. 24, 1890

Rass, Julia

Taught 80 at $1.75 per day given an order for $140

 

 

 

Apr. 1, 1890

Casler, R.

Chosen Director for three years in place of P. Burns

 

Coolidge, C.

At a subsequent meeting of the directors was assigned to act as Clerk for one year; furnished dipper, crayons and matched for school house $.30

 

 

 

May 8, 1890

Coolidge, C.

Clerk. Furnished one cd of wood for school house $1.75

 

 

 

May 24, 1890

Halburt, Pearl

Given a certificate for sixty dollars on Twp. Clerk for teaching spring term

May 24, 1890

Coolidge, C.

Gave a certificate for $2.?? For janitor …”‘

 

 

 

Sept. 20, 1890

Coolidge, C.

Furnished school register, eraser, chalk, tin cup chalk … broom

 

 

 

Nov. 22, 1890

Barrett, Ruth

Given certificate for wages for teaching school in sub div Perry Tp. For $97.50 at an average of $1.62 per day commencing Sept.2, 1890

Mar. 19, 1891

Barrett, Ruth

Given certificate for teaching school two months $65.00

Mar. 19. 1891

Coolidge, C.

 

 

 

 

Mar. 29, 1891

Coolidge, C.

Made certificate to town clerk for … for supplies for school sub dist # 1.by C. Coolidge

 

 

 

Mar. 31, 1891

Barrett, Ruth

Given certificate for teaching one month in sub dist No. 1 $32.50

Mar 31, 1891

Coolidge, C.

Furnished 1 ½ cords of wood $2.25

 

 

 

Sept. 1891

Cook, W. W.

Chairman, elected as Director in school sub dist for the term of three years and was sworn in to replace H. Sinclair whose time of office expired (Date?)

 

 

 

Apr. 11, 1892

Child, H. W.

Chairman meeting of electors sub district No. 1

Apr. 11, 1892

Barkalow, Geo.

Elected Local Director for the term of three years

Apr. 11, 1892

Cook, W. W.

Sec’y Sub District #1

 

 

 

Oct. 14, 1893

Morris, Myrta

Given an order for twenty five dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Nov. 11, 1893

Morris, Myrta

Given an order for twenty five dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Dec. 23, 1893

Morris, Myrta

Given an order for ten days at one dollar & fifty cents per day Fifteen Dollars

 

 

 

Feb. 3, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Given an order for Thirty Dollars for twenty days teaching school. No signature

 

 

 

May 19, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Paid one hundred five dollars in full for the years school

 

 

 

Oct. 6, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Given an order for thirty dollars payment for one month school that commenced Sept. 11, 1894. No signature

 

 

 

Nov. 8, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Given one order for thirty dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Dec. 1, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Given one order for thirty dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Dec. 22, 1894

Morris, Myrta

Given one order for twenty two dollars for teaching fifteen days. No Signature

 

 

 

Feb. 2, 1895

Morris, Myrta

Given one order for thirty dollars for one month teaching school. No signature

 

 

 

Mar. 2, 1895

Morris, Myrta

One order for thirty dollars. No Signature

 

 

 

Mar 30, 1895

Morris, Myrta

One order for thirty dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Apr. 8, 1895

Cook, W. W.

Elected Director for three years. No signature

 

 

 

May 4, 1895

Morris, Myrta

Miss Myrta Morris given a certificate for 25 days school at $1.50 per day $37.50. No signature

 

 

 

Apr. 26, 1892

Barrett, Ruth S.

Given a certificate for teaching thirty days at one dollar & fifty cts per day. Amount forty five dollars.

Apr. 26, 1892

Barkalow, Geo.

Clerk noted R. Barrett given $40 certificate for teaching

 

 

 

Apr 1892

West, Harry

Given an order for one dollar fifty cts for one cord of wood. No signature

 

 

 

Apr 1892

Griffin, George

Given an order for five dollars and seventy five cts for janitor work. No signature

 

 

 

Sept 1892

West, Harry

Given order for fifteen dollars for 10 cords of wood. No signature

 

 

 

Oct. 9, 1893

West, Harry

Given order for Eighteen dollars. No signature

 

 

 

Apr. 10, 1893

Barkalow, Geo.

Elected local Director.

Apr. 10, 1893

Thomas

Chairman Last name illegible Signed Document

Apr. 10, 1893

Cook, W. W.

Sec’y Signed document

 

 

 

Sept. 16, 1895

Gibbs, H. L.

Signed document “Building committee excepted (sic) of the new school house”

Sept. 16, 1895

Morris, L. L.

Signed Document “Building committee excepted (sic) new school house”

Sept.. 16, 1895

Barkalow, George

Com. Signed document “Building Committee excepted (sic) new school house”

 

 

 

Sept. 19, 1895

Morris, Myrta

Commenced term of school at twenty five dollars per month

Sept. 19, 1895

Coo, W.

Sec’y. After ten weeks to pay Myrta Morris thirty dollars per month (sic) for the balance of the school year. No signature

 

 

 

June 7, 1895

Ryder Brothers

Given a certificate for $16.20 for 12 cord (sic) wood at $1.35 per cord. No signature

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