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Born This Day in 1850 ~ John C. WITHROW

Name: John C. WITHROW

Birth: 31 January 1850; Hancock County, Ohio

Parents: Samuel A. WITHROW and Sarah HECKATHORN

Spouse: Alice Victoria KEERAN

Death: 05 April 1924; North Baltimore, Wood County, Ohio… 9 more words

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Hancock County (KY) Wins Seven (7) Games and Goes to the Second Round of the Kentucky Class 2A State Playoffs

Hancock County (KY)

In 2016, Hancock County won three (3) games.

In 2017, after becoming a Triple Option Football Academy client and working with Dr. Cella, Hancock County won seven (7) games, had their first winning season in 5 years, and made it to the second round of the 2017 Kentucky Class 2A State Playoffs. 104 more words

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Stanley Robert Smith: Who Knew?

As much as I’d like to give them the benefit of the doubt, it seems unlikely that certain portions of the family were oblivious of Stanley’s actions leading up to his arrest for violations of the Dyer Act. 304 more words

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The Family Photo Album: Lucia Arras and Friends

The photo above shows my grandmother, Lucia Arras (second row without a doll), and her little sister Jeanne (second row left) with several childhood friends.  For the longest time, we didn’t know who the other people were in this picture.  208 more words

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The Family Photo Album: The Family of G.H. Smith, ca. 1902

George Henry and Mary Lucinda (Rauch) Smith and their children, about 1902.  From L to R: Clara Viola Smith, Wilhelmina “Minnie” Smith, mother Mary Lucinda (Rauch) Smith holding baby Harvey Smith, Dan Smith, Harry Smith, … 9 more words

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Stanley Robert Smith: The Tipping Point?

Stanley had certainly made plenty of bad decisions in his first twenty-two years of life.  We’ve seen a number of documented instances of this over the last few weeks here on the blog. 712 more words

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Stanley Robert Smith: No Regrets


Suspect Taken by Police Believed Connected With Group From Toledo

The “fence” for a ring of automobile thieves operating in this section of the country is believed to have been uncovered here by police in the arrest of Stanley Smith, 23, who on March 16, 1932, was paroled from Ohio penitentiary after serving time for forgery. 587 more words

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