Papers 1735-1924.


Papers 1735-1924.

Personal diary and scrapbooks; together with autograph letters and other documents by Ohioans collected by Rice, records of Friends' Sandyspring and Carmel, Ohio, monthly meetings, and scrapbooks relating to Ohio's aged. Contact repository for more information.

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Vallandigham, Clement Laird, 1820-1871 (person)

Clement Laird Vallandigham was born July 29, 1820, in New Lisbon, Ohio (now Lisbon, Ohio), to Clement and Rebecca Laird Vallandigham. His father, a Presbyterian minister, educated his son at home. In 1841, Vallandigham had a dispute with the college president at Jefferson College in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. He was honorably dismissed, but he never received a degree. Edwin M. Stanton, the future Secretary of War under President Lincoln, was Vallandigham's close friend before the Civil War....

Rice, Charles Elmer, (person)

Dentist, genealogist, autograph collector of Alliance, Ohio. From the description of Papers 1735-1924. (Ohio Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 6462707 ...

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Worthington, Thomas, 1773-1827 (person)

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Huntington, Samuel, 1765-1817 (person)

Born in Coventry, Conn., Oct. 4,1765; adopted & educated by his uncle Samuel; (1731-1796); grad. at Yale,1785; adm. to the bar, Norwich,1793; removed to Cleveland,1801; to Painesville, Ohio, 1805; judge of court of common pleas,1802-03; of superior court, 1803; afterward chief justice member of 1st constitutional convention of Ohio,1802 & Senator in 1st legislator; Governor of Ohio, 1808-10 one the proprietors of Fairport, found 1812; district paymaster, colonel, 1812-14; died in Painesv...

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Trimble, Allen, 1783-1870 (person)

Governor of Ohio (1822, 1826-1830) who had served as a colonel in the War of 1812, an Ohio state congressman and senator (1816-1819), and a commissioner of the Canal Fund. His brother, William A., was a U.S. Senator. From the description of Papers, 1793-1868. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 17725152 November 24, 1783 Allen Trimble born in Augusta County, Virginia, son of James and Jane (All...

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Tiffin, Edward, 1766-1829 (person)

U.S. senator and first governor of Ohio. He was an early settler of Chillicothe, Ohio and also served as U.S. Commissioner of Public Lands (1812-1814) and Surveyor General of the Northwest Territory (1814-1829). He was also a lay preacher and a doctor. From the description of Papers, 1785-1853. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 17725189 Surveyor General of the United States, from Ohio where he had served as a congressman and governor for that state. ...

Campbell, James E. (James Edwin), 1843-1924 (person)

Tappan, Benjamin, 1788-1863 (person)

Spaulding, Rufus P. (person)

Miegs, Return Jonathan, Jr. (person)

Brown, Ethan Allen, 1776-1852 (person)

American jurist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Cincinnati, to Hon. Smith Thompson Secretary of the Navy, 1822 May 21. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270903054 Ethan Allen Brown, lawyer and statesman, served as governor of Ohio, 1818-1822, and in the United States Senate, 1822-1825. Philip Van Cortlandt served as an officer in the American Revolution and as a Representative from New York in the United States Congress, 1793-1809. From the descri...

Byrd, Charles Willing, 1770-1828 (person)

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Morrow, Jeremiah, 1771-1852 (person)

Tod, George (person)

Epithet: Writer to the Signet; of Elgin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000211.0x0003e0 December 11, 1773 Born, Suffield, Connecticut, of David and Rachel (Kent) Tod. 1795 Graduated Yale. Entered Litchfield Law School. 1797 ...

Goodenow, John Milton. (person)

Thurman, Allen Granbery, 1813-1895 (person)

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Ruggles, Benjamin, 1783-1857 (person)

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Pease, Calvin. (person)

Sherman, J. Gilmour (John Gilmour), 1931- (person)

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Couch, Jesup N. (person)

McArthur, Duncan, 1772-1839 (person)

Duncan McArthur was born in Dutchess County, New York, and grew up in western Pennsylvania before becoming one of the first settlers of Chillicothe, Ohio. McArthur served in the Ohio militia during the War of 1812 and was later appointed brigadier general in United States Army, was elected twice to the U.S. House of Representatives, and was the eleventh Governor of Ohio (1830-1832). Thomas Worthington was born in Charles Town, Virginia, in 1773 before settling in Ohio and serving two terms as U....