Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 1889 Report
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Board of Trustees and Officers of the Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, Located at Xenia, Greene County, To the Governor of the State of Ohio, For the Fiscal Year 1888.
Names in this online transcription include Adair, Adams, Alexander, Allen, Ankerman, Archer, Ash, Atwood, Aydelott, Baker, Barker, Bauerle, Bayles, Bean, Beecher, Belcham, Bell, Berry, Bienneis, Biggans, Binkley, Birchfield, Blair, Blakenship, Blankner, Blessi, Bohn, Boorman, Bowman, Bowser, Boyd, Boynton, Branom, Brasket, Brewer, Britton, Brooks, Brunner, Bryant, Buckles, Burbank, Burdsal, Burgett, Burke, Burns, Burroughs, Cady, Campbell, Campion, Carrier, Cassidy, Chapieo, Cheney, Clabby, Clawson, Clover, Cluckey, Coberly, Collins, Colwell, Connor, Cook, Cooke, Copus, Corsey, Craigg, Crosby, Crouch, Crows, Curtis, Dailey, Daugherty, Davis, Day, Deady, Deem, Delackso, Dellahunt, Devore, Dice, Diefendorf, Dodds, Doggett, Donavin, Dotch, Doughty, Douglas, Douglass, Dowell, Dowling, Drage, Dubbs, Eavens, Ellis, Elsey, Enright, Evans, Everett, Faith, Fentsmaker, Fergerson, Finch, Fittler, Fitzpatrick, Flaharida, Floyd, Foland, Foley, Fowell, Foy, Frazier, French, Fritch, Fry, Funk, Fusom, Galloway, Gearhart, Genier, George, Gest, Given, Glenn, Graham, Grandstaff, Gray, Griffin, Griffith, Gulick, Gunn, Hagan, Hagersman, Haley, Handlin, Hardesty, Harlan, Harper, Harrington, Harris, Harte, Hartley, Harvey, Haynes, Heating, Heavern, Heise, Hennis, Hensel, Herman, Herron, Hess, Hines, Hinson, Hitesman, Hook, Howe, Hughes, Hummer, Hummick, Humphrey, Hunt, Hutchinson, Igler, Irvington, Irwin, Jackson, James, Jenkins, Jewell, Johnson, Joiner, Julian, Justice, Kaiser, Kane, Karney, Keller, Kelly, Kenie, Kenyon, Kidney, Killeen, King, Kirk, Kistner, Koogler, Lackey, Lamb, Lambley, Lamley, Lance, Lawrence, Leatherby, Lebot, Lenhart, Lewis, Liddle, Long, Longergan, Losey, Ludlow, Lungear, Lyons, Magers, Mann, Marks, Marlott, Marsh, Martin, Marvin, Mateer, Maynard, McCann, McCloy, McClung, McClure, McCreary, McCullom, McCullough, McDonald, McGaughey, McGinnis, McGuire, McIntyre, McKeena, McKinney, McKinnis, McKitrick, McNeary, McPherson, Medlin, Meeks, Merrin, Merritt, Miller, Mish, Mollison, Monk, Moore, Morris, Neff, Nelson, Nevell, Nichols, Nicols, Nohl, Oldfield, Patrick, Patterson, Payne, Pearce, Pearson, Peters, Pickering, Pilkington, Plannette, Polly, Poolson, Post, Pritchard, Putman, Rankin, Raymer, Reader, Reed, Reeder, Rees, Richwine, Rickett, Rickman, Rickseker, Rinhart, Risher, Roberts, Rodgers, Rolfe, Roscoe, Rowan, Russel, Russell, Ryan, Sackett, Sager, Saunders, Savery, Schultz, Schwessinger, Scott, Scoville, Shepherd, Shewfield, Shewman, Shoemaker, Simons, Skinner, Smith, Snyder, Spires, Steedman, Stewart, Stokes, Stone, Stover, Street, Swaby, Sweeny, Swigert, Sypherd, Taylor, Thimmas, Thomas, Thompson, Thrall, Thrasher, Topper, Trestler, Trott, True, Updike, Van Gundey, Vance, Vetter, Wadden, Waggerman, Wagner, Walker, Walter, Ward, Warring, Wattner, Watts, Weaver, Welker, Wells, Welsh, West, Whitaker, White, Whiting, Wiley, Wilhide, Will, Williams, Wilson, Wise, Wood, Wooley, Workman, Worstell, Yoder, Young, Youngblood, Zigler.
Labels: Ohio, Orphanage Records, Soldiers' Orphans' Home
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