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Theophilus Simonton
Mrs. Elizbeth Turner
Samuel Glenny


transcription contributed by Arne H Trelvik 4 January 2005


The Western Star, Friday, 23 November 1855 [copy from microfilm located at the Warren County Genealogical Society]

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- On the 6th inst., in Hamilton tp., this county, Theophilus Simonton, Esq. in the 87th year of his age.

Esquire Simonton was one of the earliest settlers in this county, having emigrated from the State of North Carolina, and settled on the waters of Obanion Creek, as early as 1796, and lived on a farm he cleared out of a thick forest. At that early day and up to the day of his death, few men sustained a better character for hospitality, sobriety and industry. He was for many years a Justice of the Peace in his township, and faithfully served a six month’s tour of duty as a captain in 1813, in the war of Great Britain.


- On the 15th inst., at the residence of her son James Turner, in Lebanon, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, at an advanced age.

- On the 9th inst., at Cincinnati, Mr. Samuel Glenny, formerly of Lebanon, aged 52 years.


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