Jesse Vinson, Elwood F. Howell and James T. Bone

Image and transcription contributed by Judy Simpson on 24 June 2004
The Western Star, dated 15 August 1851(obtained from the Ohio Historical Society, microfilm roll # 19249)
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Elwood F. Howell Obituary in the 22 August 1851 Western Star

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Jesse Vinson

DIED—At his residence in Centreville, on Saturday, the 2d inst., Mr. Jesse Vinson, aged 52 years and seven months. He was a zealous and worthy member of the order of Odd Fellows, and Sons of Temperance, rarely, if ever, absent from their meetings, and devoting his leisure time to the interests and welfare of his beloved Order; and above all he died a Christian. He was a kind husband and father, a good citizen and neighbor, and has left a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn his loss. W.

He was the son-in-law of the late Col. Drake.

Elwood F. Howell

DIED—On Sunday, the 3d inst., after a protracted illness, Elwood F. Howell, son of Mr. Francis B. Howell. He was a young man of amiable disposition, good talents, and possessed a Christian deportment worthy the imitation of all young men.

James T. Bone

DIED—On Monday morning, at his residence near Lebanon, after a brief illness of Cholera, Mr. James T. Bone, aged about 34 years.

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