Family Biographical Files at the Worthington Historical Society 2017-12-12T16:07:14+00:00

These family folders in the Worthington Historical Society archives are available to researchers by appointment. These files contain quite varied information on families that has been given to us by descendants or genealogical researchers. Some are quite thick and others contain only one or two items. Most of this is secondary material, some from printed sources, some from oral family histories. Some of the photos are from newspapers and some are photocopies of originals in our archives. Names included under “Miscellaneous People” are usually a single item rather a group of items in folders of named families. Photocopies of text and scans of original photos may be made for a charge depending on the number of pages copied or scanned. Contact

Adams, Demas

Reply by Jennie McCormick to email request for information on Demas Adams.

Albaugh, Dorothy P. (Stickell, Hall), d/o E.S. Albaugh (1903-1986)

Copies of published essays (no dates or sources), Manuscripts (typed or handwritten) of many poems

Albaugh, Edwin S. (1869-1948)

Worthington jeweler and clockmaker – Newspaper articles including Columbus Dispatch feature article 1/26/1947 with color photos – 1925 Columbus Dispatch about “Home Beautiful” open houses including Albaugh’s “Glengarden” in Kenyon Brook — photos of family members, watches and clocks, home, and cabin workshop

Alston Family

Genealogy and information on the Alston Family of African Americans who owned property in the Morris Addition-See vertical file Worthington History-subdivisions-Morris Addition

Armstrong, Mary (1915-2007)

      Columbus Dispatch obituary 6/24/07 – news clippings and photos of early historical society activities – catalog of Tim Armstrong’s art in their Plesanton home gallery – several copies of the “Pleasanton Observer”

Baldwin, Samuel

Baldwin family genealogical materials by Nell Baldwin, Seattle, WA — Samuel was a shareholder in 1817 Worthington Manufacturing Co., one of founders of Presbyterian Church

Barker, Eliphalet and Family

Transcription of 09/19/1813 letter from Cynthia Andrews Barker to Julia Buttles about events in Worthington- Photocopy of April 1847 letter from Martha McCoy Barker to Ebenezer Barker about Worthington news

Bartholomew,  Benjamin

Typescript “Notes on the Bartholomew Family in England and America, 1551-1935” by E. Luella Case including letter disputing  Bill Arter’s erroneous history of the stone home on Olentangy River Rd. He was from Connecticut  not Virginia and this house was not built by slaves.

Bishop, Franklin W. and Helen-see  vertical file-Buildings and Sites-Bishop-Webster-Lehman House

Bishop, Hannah- see Buildings and Sites(vertical file) Hannah Bishop House

Bonnell,  Dr. George (1913-1997)

Many newspaper clippings of activities in Worthington and obit naming family members (also on Worthington Memory website) — transcription of 6/90 oral history interview by John Detrick

Brelsford Family

Family tree  – Various family photos  – 1983 essay on Robert Brelsford family by Lillian Skeele-Photo of Susan Wright Brelsford and article about her quilt-letter from Matilda McElfresh to Alfred Skeele, Jan. 28, 1911 about the 1830 school days of Matilda & brother, Robert

Bristol, Eri (1782-1848) and Adna Bristol (1778-1840)

A few land records and tax receipts-photo of Adna Bristol’s house

Brown Family

1898 pension record for J.Q.A. Brown, Co.E, 133rd O.V.I. – News clipping  of J.Q.A.’s death in 1902 street car accident – bio sketch of Ellis Brown, b. 1860, descendant of Ezekial Brown, first Liberty (Sharon) Twp. Justice of Peace

Brown, Sidney (      -1881)

Bible records of births, marriages, deaths –family photos — genealogical chart by Lillian Skeele in 1971 — death certificates

Buckwalter, Elizabeth C. (1912-2005)

Newspaper obit — former teacher at Linworth School — transcription of oral history interview in July 1980 with Emily Lowman

Buttles, Arora

Transcriptions by Sue Whitaker and Grover Shepherd of letter from Arora Buttles to his brother Joel July 7, 1812 from camp near Detroit-Timeline of Arora Buttles’ life by Jennie McCormick-photocopy of advertisement from Western Intelligencer January 1812 for farm lot where the 1811 portion of the Orange Johnson House was built-article from  Worthington News April 5, 1989 entitled “Arora Buttles Built Many of Worthington’s First Brick Buildings” written by Bob and Jennie McCormick-photocopies of articles from the Franklin Chronicle about Arora’s political career-transcription of a December 18, 1813  letter from Arora to his sister Julie

Buttles, Joel and family

News clippings about Joel Buttles diaries at Ohio Historical Society — copies of family correspondence — synopsis of Buttles Papers (mss 951) at OHS — land records, military records-

Photocopies of papers from Buttles Collection-photocopies of extracts from Diary of Joel Buttles-various articles by Ben Hayes about Buttles Farmily-copy of invitation to New Year’s Ball for Julia Buttles- Ben Hayes article series on Diaries of Joel Buttles from May 1967 Citizen Journal including photograph of a senior Joel Buttles-genealogical notes from court abstracts on Buttles Family-photocopy of Levi Buttles accounts-September 2014 article from the Intelligencer by Jennie McCormick on Emma Buttles Andrews-Buttles genealogy from the Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly


Caren, Molly Brown (1913-2005) (d/o Frame Brown, g-g-grandaughter of James Kilbourn)

Transcription of Jan. ’88 interview with Robert McCormick – news clippings of “Gwynne Block,”- Dec. ’36 death of Frame Brown – Molly Caren obit, gift of Madison Co. Farm to OSU (Farm Science Review site) – 1910 article and photo of Gwynne home – 9/28/36 article and photo of cousin Emma Jones and her home — family photos — Brown fruit farm photos – Molly Caren Fisher, news article regarding gift of farm to Ohio State University

Carey see Wilcox/Carey

Carpenter, Nathan (1757-1814)

Typed mss of Golden Wedding anniversary celebration 1/23/1861 by B. F. Witt — Carpenter lineage submitted by William Coughman for SAR membership documenting Nathan Carpenter’s Revolutionary War service

Chapman,  Rosewell R. (1794-1827) (s/o Benjamin, m. Phoebe Stanbury, d/o Recompense)

Genealogical sketch, 5 children b. Worthington including Delia who m. Dr. Daniel Upson – Lillian Skeele correspondence with Nellie Nearmyer, Newton, IA on Chapman genealogy

Chase, Rev. Philander

Kenyon College map and photos of buildings – clippings about Jubilee College – “A Visit to Cornish” (birthplace) by Douglas Mayer – Bishop Chase trivet, WHS Intelligencer Feb. ’87 – Rev. Chase bio by Ed Lentz in This Week in Worthington 2/10/97 – bio, Ohio History, 1998 – copies of Chase letters to Dr. Charles Wetmore – address to 2nd Episcopal Convention at Worthington 6/2/1819 — typed mss, “The Birthplace of Bishop Chase” by Frank Corbin – materials regarding Chase farm & home (now St. Michael church & school site)-pamphlet from Chase House in Cornish, New Hampshire, home of Philander’s uncle-article from Kenyon College Publication on Chase Home in New Hampshire-inventory of slides from Jubilee College Memorial, Illinois-biography of Mary Chase-transcription of Mary Chase letter from Worthington to friend in New England relating her early days in Worthington-article from 2017 Intelligencer by Jennie McCormick about Philander Chase

See also-Buildings and Sites vertical file-Chase, Philander-Houses

Chase, Salmon P.

“Salmon P. Chase,” Columbus Dispatch Builders of a Nation series — pages from ch. 1 of Salmon P. Chase: a Life in Politics by Frederick Blue – replica of $10,000 bill with Chase photo – 1952 OHS Echoes article by Harry Coles – the story behind “In God We Trust” on US coins – synopsis of 5 vol. Salmon P. Chase Papers, Kent State University Press — Columbus Dispatch articles on daughter: “Kate Chase: From Pomp to Poverty” by Mary Louise Sunkard, 7/12/1947 & “Columbus Kate,” by Joseph A. Kopec, 12/8/1994

Collmer, Richard

Transcript of oral history interview 3/4/2004 by Anne McGorman

Corbin, Frank

Corbin and Vest family genealogical materials (see also Vest Family File) – several historical sketches about Worthington – June 1953 pageant manuscript for “The Whetstone Venture” celebrating Worthington’s sesquicentennial-photo of Sam Corbin and father in front of Corbin Mill-September 2, 1954 “Meet Your Merchant” article from Worthington News on Sam Corbin-two photos of Susan Achoff Wright-photo of Frank Corbin as a child-photo of Frank Corbin and George Wing as young men-notes and genealogical research done by Frank Corbin-Booklet compiled by A. M. Prichard entitled Allied Families of Reed, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters


Cowles Family

Numerous family photos – 1842 Cowles store inventory from “Probing Worthington’s Heritage” – Inventory and transcriptions of family letters in possession of Sally Cowles, East Granby, CT [see website, WHS manuscripts] – manuscript “Mary Cowles Kilbourn: A Daughter of Manifest Destiny” by Cary Franklin, 1993 [sister of R.W.Cowles, wife of Byron Kilbourne] – typescript “Milwaukee’s Byron Kilbourne” by Goodwin Berquist-research on Henry Whitfield Cowler and Rensselaer Cowles done by Jeri Arent 10/2016-1839 letter from Emma Carey, Worthington, to her sister Cinderella in Wyandot County telling about boarding with the Cowles Family

Curtis, Carlos

1825 list of subscribers to School of Vocal Music taught by Carlos Curtis-list of accounts due Carlos Curtis from 1815 & 1816

Davis, Frances Cornelia Cutting

Apr. 26, 1926 news article “Worthington’s Oldest Woman,” born Oct. 19, 1836, Hebron, OH

Davis, Samuel Harrison

Pioneer home on Dublin Rd.

Farris Family (Blanche, Charles, Mike)

African-American family photos, most not identified

Fields, William A. (1928-1998)

Transcription of July 11, 1986 oral history by Elizabeth Oden – obituary of William “Pete” Fields (1928-1998) – obituary of Viola Fields (1900-1980), mother of William — copies of news clippings and photos

Fisher, Isaac (1766-1844)

Deed references to Worthington land, 1808-1835 – Revolutionary War pension data – Fisher family genealogical notes – Ruth Fisher DAR application

Friday, Dale (1911-2001) & Dorothy (1914-1994)

News clippings, Dale as WHS president – Farm Science Review manager – obituary – Dorothy as president of Worthington Women’s Club

Gardner, Ozem

Photo of tombstone of Ozem Gardner in Flint Cemetery-Gardner biography from History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio, 1880

Gilbert, Evelyn Conklin (1902-2000)

Transcription of oral history interview July 26, 1984 by Larry Padetti — obituary of Newton Whiting Gilbert (1862-1939)

Gillespie Family

      Genealogical notes by Frank Corbin

Goble, Peter and Ann- (friends of Mary Johnson Sessions)

see Sessions, Mary Johnson (Family File) and Buildings and Sites(vertical file) Ladd Matoon House


Gloyd, Edith

Family photos

Goodale, Nathan & Lincoln (father and brother of Cynthia Goodale Kilbourne)

photocopies of bio sketch in Hildreth’s “Pioneers of Ohio” — 1951 Centennial bulletin of Goodale Park – Family tree “Maj. Nathan Goodale” by Louise Gwynne Burr, 1916 – Lincoln Goodale portrait given to Worthington Historical Society — biographical sketch of Lincoln Goodale in “Greenlawn [cemetery] Heritate,” 1994-transcription of article from the Columbus Gazette, c1853, about romance and marriage of Goodale Armstrong, great nephew of Dr. Lincoln Goodale-Booklet containing Lincoln Goodale’s will-photocopy of announcement of the opening of Goodale House in Columbus, Dec. 15, 1856-Ohio State Journal article about Emma Jones (grandniece of Dr. Lincoln Goodale) and her house-Summer/Fall 2017 Greenlawn Cemetery Heritage newsletter article “Dr. Ichabod Jones and daughter, Emma Jones, the Grand Dame of Statehouse Square” by Doreen Uhas Sawer


Greer Family

July-September 2015 Timeline article on Benjamin L. Hill (husband of Joanna Greer) “Alternative Medicine’s Allure”-Morrow/Greer genealogy researched by Jennie McCormick 3/7/2014-1910 article from Pacific Coast Journal of Homeopathy by Benjamin L. Hill-article from Columbus Bicentennial Blogspot, 6/2012, on Belle Coit Kelton-information from Tom Benton Morrow on George F. Greer

Griswold, Emily (1803-1820)

“The Story of Emily,” by Mary Armstrong, Worthington Intelligencer, Nov. 1991

Griswold, Ezra (1767-1822) & Ruth (1768 – 1847)

Columbus Dispatch clippings:  5/20/72, shinplasters; 8/31/30, tavern & daybook records – copies of mss items [see website manuscript inventory] – J.P. certificates 1812 & 1815 – Ruth Griswold will, 6/13/1834 – Mila Griswold scrapbook pages – Ruth Griswold memories-photo of Bishop Vincent of St. John’s, possible friend of the family-genealogy of Griswold Family done by Katherine Mendels-ColumbusDispatch article about counterfeiting of shinplaster scripts-genealogy of Griswolds from Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly 1903

see also Buildings and Sites (vertical file) Griswold Houses

Griswold, Ezra Jr. (1792-1863)

Biographical sketch, no date or author – Letter from Edward Griswold McCullough to Columbus Dispatch, March 1966-information by Jennie McCormick about Victor Griswold, son of Ezra Griswold, Jr.-information by Jennie McCormick 02/05/2016 about Victor Griswold, son of Ezra Griswold, Jr.

Griswold, George H. (1795-1876)

News clipping, Worthington News, 6/21/89 – Griswold tavern 1819 inventory – family photos – abstract o 4/21/1876 partition suit by heirs-photo found in Gilbert House could be children of Ellen Griswold Johnson

Griswold, Mila Jeanette (b.1906)

Handwritten autobiography, May 1933 – Oral history transcription, Sept. 10 & 17, 1985 by David Foust

Griswold sisters (Ruth, 1876-1965, Edith, 1883-1974)

1950 Griswold reunion, Clinton, CT – list of day books purchased by Bob & Katharine Greene at estate auction 5/26/89 – Griswold genealogy by Rev. Edwin V. Griswold, 1939 – photocopies from two tavern daybooks – family photos – Ruth Griswold obituary, 6/3/65, Berkeley, CA – Letter from Edith Griswold Ligda to Jane Trucksis, 10/17/67 – typed mss, Memories, Edith Griswold Underwood, 1969 – obituary of Fondelia Ruth Griswold, 7/7/1930 – news article about “Griswold Grove” in 1860s, 2/20/1958

Griswold, Worthington Franklin (1842-1912) & Fondelia Ruth (1843-1930)

Family photos – “In Memoriam, Worthington Franklin Griswold” by Edwin Viets Griswold, July 1913

Griswold Genealogy

Photocopy of George H. & Mila Griswold bible records – assorted correspondence – copies of published material on Griswold English origins

Griswold Family Bulletin

Nine issues of Griswold Family Association Bulletin from 1998 to 2001

 Hard Family

Assorted correspondence regarding Elisha, Harold, and A.O. Hard – handwritten and printed genealogical charts – materials regarding saving home at 6417 Linworth Rd.

Harding Family

Five generations of Harding doctors – photocopies of news clippings of Drs. George Harding II and III, Harding Hospital – 2009 obituary, Herndon Harding – biographical sketch of Dr. George Harding III by James Hagle, 11/25/85 — Harding Hospital rededication program, 10/18/81 – biographical sketch Dr. George T. Harding, III, 1904-1985 in “The Bridge” (Harding Hospital), Winter 1986

Hart, Asahel & Anna Kilbourn

Genealogical information on their three children raised in Kilbourne home, Anna Brown, Harriet Gilbert, John Hart – family chart of Lillian Skeele, great-granddaughter of Sidney and Anna Brown — St. John Chronicle, Dec. 1893 memorial to Harriet Hart Gilbert-Hart-Gilbert-Brown genealogy from Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly, Oct. 1903


Hayes, Ben

Citizen Journal, biographical sketch, 11/2/78 — a number of Citizen Journal articles including these related to Worthington: artist Annette Johnson St. Gaudens; Johnson house gavel to Gordon Clark, WHS president; Emma Buttles “castle” in Florence, Italy, 7/31/75 – nine articles based on Joel Buttles diaries


Heath, Uriah (1809-1862)

Photocopies of Uriah Heath, taken at Zanesville, shortly before his death-copy of article by Charles C. Cole, Jr. entitled “Uriah Heath and the Worthington Female Seminary”-correspondence between Jennie McCormick and Ed Loyd concerning sources for information on Uriah Heath-article from Western Christian Advocate, August 4, 1839 about laying of the cornerstone for the Worthington Female Seminary-obituary for Uriah Heath from the Christian Advocate Journal 5/6/1862



Heckendorn, Harold (1909-2000) & Carol

News clippings about Worthington Historical Society oral history project — 2000 Obituary


Henderson Family

Photo of Mary Elizabeth Johnson Henderson (1829-1908), niece of Orange Johnson – Joseph & Martha (Robertson) Henderson family genealogy – John Stewart Henderson biographical sketch from 1901 biographical history of Columbus and Franklin County – News clipping, Anna Mildred Henderson, Northwest Civic Association-news clippings about the Henderson House originally at Kenny Road and Henderson Ave in Columbus-biographical sketch of John Stewart Henderson from Centennial Biographical History of the City of Columbus & Franklin County Ohio 1901.

Jeffers, Herman P.

Jeffers family photos – correspondence regarding family contribution to preservation of prehistoric mound – news clippings about mound and Plesanton subdivision

Jewett Family

Photos of William Henry Jewett in Civil War uniform, Ida Carruthers Jewett

Johnson, Mary (see Sessions, Mary Johnson)


Johnson, Orange & Achsa

Print copies of transcribed letters in archives [see manuscripts on website for inventory] – photocopies of Johnson family Bible pages – Orange Johnson pedigree chart – brochure for Orange Johnson House Restoration Fund – copy of 1869 Commercial Bank formation – biographical sketch of Francis Sessions by Ed Lentz – Orange Johnson timeline by June Mollica – Estate papers of William Johnson [father] – Frank Corbin notes on Orange Johnson, 1963 – letter, C.K. Johnson, Tiffin to sister Sarah Johnson, 1/31/1817 – Orange Johnson accounts, Moses Brown daybook, 1817-1827 – appointment as militia paymaster, 9/17/1821 – Orange Johnson accounts with Dr. William Tozer – undated, unsigned biographical sketch of Orange Johnson – ownership record for 956 High St. – Ohio magazine, “The Comb Maker’s House,” no date – “Our Vanishing Heritage” proposal for preserving Orange Johnson house – Worthington News, 5/24/89, “Orange Johnson Much Admired,” Robert & Jennie McCormick – Jenice Jordan, “Pioneer’s Restored House Opens in Worthington,” Columbus Dispatch, 10/1/72 – “Orange the Comb Maker,” Bill Arter, Columbus Dispatch, 7/18/65 – typescript manuscript, “Updated Interpretation of 956 High St., Robert McCormick, July 1998 – Dedication of Orange Johnson House, Worthington News, 10/5/72-1850 and 1860 Federal Census of Franklin County showing Orange and Achsa Johnson-Report by Bob McCormick (1988) on Removal of Orange and Achsa Johnson from Worthington to Columbus-article by Mary Musser on Massachusetts horn smiths


Johnson, Orange Family

Letter from Amney Allison to Sarah E. Johnson, Mersailes, Wyandot Ohio, 3/25/1851-Letter from C. K. Johnson, Tiffin, Ohio [Chester Knox Johnson] to sister Sarah Johnson, Mersailes, Ohio, 1/31/1807-Photos of the Waldo House, Mansfield, Connecticut-Letter Eli to Sarah Johnson, September 1866-Letter from Virginia Strader, descendant of Crissa Johnson Maynard about Mary Louise Hanks Beeman, 1992-Orange Johnson genealogy from Shafner Family Genealogy-birth records for Orange Johnson and siblings

Johnson, Dr. Orville (1822-1896)

Copies of family in 1860, 1870 & 1880 census – 1844 Dr. Johnson advertisement – his barn that became Studio II – Obit of daughter, Mary Ellen Johnson Wing Warner


Jones, Harold (1921-1999)

Biographical article from Worthington News, 4/5,89 – soloist for Walnut Grove Cemetery Memorial Day ceremonies – Obit, 3/11/99 – Oral history transcription, 5/15/1986 by Elizabeth Oden


Kilbourn, Byron (1801-1870)

Copy of biographical sketch in “Memorial Record of the Fathers of Wisconsin” – “Byron Kilbourn’s Ohio Heritage,” by Gordon Berquest, 1971 – copy of 11/20/1948 from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about bringing body of Byron Kilbourn home from its original burial site in Florida – copy of Byron Kilbourn photo – copy of portrait and biography of Henritta Karrick Kilbourn

Kilbourne, Charles Evans (1844-1903)


Kilbourne, Charles Evans, Jr.

Nov. 1963 obituary – Several news articles — Paul D. Hughes, “Charles Evans Kilbourne: A Study in Leadership,” Army Communicator, 1985

Kilbourne, Cynthia Goodale Barnes (1797-1882)

Susan Barnes Adams obituary, age 85 (no date but b. 1797 = 1882) – picture of Miss Phelps Classical School, former Gwynne Mansion, built 1860, 135 E. Broad, Columbus Dispatch, Apr. 2, 1888 – Ed Lentz, Bio of I.G. Jones, This Week Worthington, Dec. 30, 1996 – 1808 pre-nuptial agreement between James Kilbourn and Cynthia Barnes – Lincoln Goodale Will, 1868 – Greenlawn internment record

see also Goodale, Nathan and Lincoln-family fil

Kilbourn/Kilbourne, James (1770-1850) and Family

Chart of Thomas Kilbourn’s family immigration in 1635 from “Passengers to America” – Death records from family Bible – copy of 1838 James Kilbourn portrait – genealogical chart of James & Cynthia Goodale Kilbourn family – 2004 Kilbourne genealogy from – photocopy of printed prenuptial agreement 6/4/1811 between James Kilbourn and Cynthia Barnes – copies of two letters from Cynthia Kilbourn Jones to her granddaughter Maria Gwynne about family genealogy – copy of Charles Evans Kilbourne II obit – copies of Charles Evans Kilbourne II family photos – Inventory of Kilbourn letters at Simsbury Historical Society – Frank Corbin miscellaneous “Notes” about Kilbourne family – Bio of JK by Harry Stevens, Ohio Historical Society, “Museum Echoes, July 1960 – Dedication of Kilbourne Library, Worthington News, Nov. 19, 1927 – Cyrus Platt, presentation at Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society meeting Feb. 27, 1896, Little and Kilbourn trip west in 1802 (Nathaniel Little Diary) – Typed mss, James Kilbourne “The Ruine of my Father” – Kilbourne family genealogical chart – Ellen Hart Gilbert Whiting obituary – several letters from Charles Evans Kilbourne III to Worthington Historical Society beginning in 1998-photocopies of two letters from Lucy Kilbourn Mathews to her son, Fitch James Mathews 6/17/1834 & 7/23/1835-photocopy of ad from Ohio State Journal 3/1/1843 for the Worthington Hotel-copy of letter to Benjamin Ely and Calvin Barber from James Kilbourn 3/10/1810 re methods of surveying-article from Timeline April/June 2016 “A National Treasure-john Fitch Model of 1797-1798”about steam engine made by John Fitch, father in law to James Kilbourn-inventory of inlots in Worthington purchased by Kilbourn-photocopy of letter from James Kilbourn, Pittsburgh, 8/16/1802 to Lucy Kilbourn in Worthington relating his travels-photocopy of letter to James Kilbourn in Connecticut to daughter Lucy in Worthingotn, 7/18/1805-photocopy of letter from James Kilbourn to his brother Lemuel 3/11/1807 about the death of Lucy-1839 letter from Emma Carey to her sister telling about James Kilbourne being a boarder in the Worthington Hotel

Bowers and Berquist, “Worthington, Ohio, James Kilbourn’s Episcopal Haven on the Western Frontier” – Dedication Program, Kilbourne Memorial Library. Nov. 4, 1927 – James Kilbourn letter to his brother Lemuel on wife Lucy’s death in childbirth – several letters from James Kilbourn, et. al, in Emma Jones, “A State in the Making” – photocopy of 1818 Worthington Manufacturing Co. bank note (shinplaster) – Ohio State Journal, Dec. 11, 1845, Worthington Hotel advertisement

Kilbourne, James (1841-1919)

Copies of several published biographical sketches and photos – copy of 1904 address at St. John’s Episcopal Centennial

Kilbourne, John

September 2014 Intelligencer article by Sue Whitaker about John Kilbourne, nephew of James Kilbourn, and his authorship of the textbook Compendious System of Universal Geography

 Kilbourne, Lincoln (1810-1891)

Copy of portrait – article “Memories of Hawkhart,” with photo, 303 N. Parkview, Bexley, 1985 Columbus Museum of Art Decorator Show House, built in 1905 by Lincoln Goodale Kilbourne (son of above)-Picture from 1/26/1985 Columbus Dispatch of Hawkhurst-letter from Lincoln Kilbourne to his father, James, Columbus 1/30/1844

  Laws, Esther M. (1905-2003) and Virdre C. (1905-1992)

Memorial  of African-American  family, Esther May Laws – obituary, Virdre C. Laws, age 87, d. 4/20/1992 – oral history transcription, Esther and Virde Laws, June 13, 1990 by John Detrick

Leatherlips (Wyandot Chief)

Cards from Linworth Historical Society, the City of Dublin and Jim Thompson with information and illustrations about Leatherlips and Bill Moose (illustrations by Hal Sherman)-program from “Leatherlips:Twin Clouds” outdoor drama presented at Scioto Park, July 2010-painting by Hal Sherman of the execution of Leatherlips with description by Will Sells-April 9, 1982 article from the Franklintonian about the execution of Leatherlips

See also Family File Bill Moose

 Leahy, Justine and Geraldine

Photos of Justine and Geraldine as OJ docents,  Justine photo with cookies at Orange Johnson House, ThisWeekWorthington, Nov. 10, 1997, death of Justin

Lewis Elias, and Family

Biographical sketch of Lewis family from Colonial Research Bureau (not relevant to local family)  – Articles of Co-Partnership “Lewis & Wood” 1896 – Worthy Lewis biographical sketch (no date or author) – account of W.F. Griswold at Bishop & Lewis store – photo of Bishop & Lewis store – photos of W.C. and Minnie Brelsford Leiws – Elias Lewis splint factory at Worthington Mfg. Co. – Lewis Insurance card – Worthington News article, 9/29/77, Willard Loos & Worthington Hardware – news article, Marriage of W.C. Lewis & Sarah Wright at St. John’s, reception at Hotel Central – Feb. 20, 1941 letter, W.C. Lewis to his niece Laura about her grandfather Elias Lewis – biography of Lucy Lewis Wiley, Dec. 1893, 3rd Ave. Methodist Church, Columbus – Moses Maynard family tree (grandfather of Sarah Wright Lewis) – “Three Generations of Lewis Family” Worthington News, Feb. 22, 1945, children of Elias & Martha Wiley Lewis – some Elias Lewis accounts from 1850s and 1860s – Fortnightly Club Centennial celebration, Oct. 30, 1903 @ Dr. D.W. Welling’s-Picture of Lewis Store with men with buggy in front-chapter from Descendants of Jedediah Lewis on Elias Lewis-article from February 2015 Intelligencer by Jennie McCormick on W.C. Lewis Department Store

Lewis, Stu

Collection of photocopies of photos from Stu Lewis family and others in Worthington from 1939-1965

Little, Nathaniel

Typed copy of Cyrus Platt presentation to Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society 2/27/1896, Narrative of journey from Connecticut to Northwest Territory, 1802 by James Kilbourn and Nathaniel Little

Longenecker, Carolyn (1903-1994)

Oral history interviews 7/9/ 1987 by Mary Lynne Musgrove, Harold Heckendorn & Clyde Campbell and 6/27/1990 by John Detrick — daughter of dentist, Dr. Claude Longenecker,  came to Worthington in 1907

Loos, J. Williard

June 21, 1970 Columbus Dispatch profile and photo of Loos-December 1971 article about Loose as president of Evans Investments-2 photos of Loos-September 29, 1977 Worthington News article about trees and shrubs being dedicated to Loos-January 1986 Maine Antiques article about Loos donation of Norman Rockwell painting to the Columbus Museum of Art

See also  Buildings and Sites Worthington Hardware; Buildings and Sites Chase Tavern-Evans Investments

Loring, Olive

Picture and biographical sketch

Lowman, Emily (1910-1998)

Oral history interview 4/15/1989 by Dwight Barkhurst, active community volunteer, costumes for Worthington Sesquicentennial pageant 1953, Worthington Women’s Club commemorative plate of St. John’s Church for US 1976 Bicentennial — news clipping of daughter Judith’s marriage to Andrew M. Smith 9/27/57, daughter Janet’s marriage to Donald K. Fox, 6/19/1958

McCord, Harold (1903-1998)

Article from Worthington News, 01/04/1973 about McCord’s retirement-photo of McCord and driver’s education program from Worthington News 01/20/1977-editorial article about the opening of McCord Middle School

McCormick, Robert (1921-2002)

News clippings relating to publication of New Englanders on the Ohio Frontier — Correspondence regarding publication of Around Worthington — correspondence regarding National Register properties — History of 956 High St., 1983 — Obituary, 12/18/2002

McIlvain, Bishop Charles Pettit

Biographical sketch, 2nd Episcopal Bishop of Ohio, consecrated St. John’s Church, 1835 — engraved portrait — chart of McElvain descendants by Anne Williams Favret [see also Griswold Mss collection, May, 1873]

Maynard Family

Photos of Helen Maynard [Metcalf], Sophie Metcalf, William Metcalf — Story of Crissa Maynard’s tea set and fan — printed genealogical materials — Moses & Stephen Maynard genealogical charts from Janet Aunan, Oct. 3, 1996 — St. John’s records from 1830’s of Maynard marriages, baptisms, burials — Handwritten manuscript by Helen Maynard Metcalf and typed copy, 9 generations of Maynard family — Moses Maynard, 1834 Estate Inventory — Elnathan Maynard “Recollections,” St. John’s Banner – William P. Metcalf will- Maynard, Elnathan, 1900 news clipping, b. 1804, came to Worthington in 1807-Photo of Clarissa (Clara) Lenhart Maynard, first wife of Devoss Maynard- childhood photo of Clara (Clarissa) Maynard


Midgley, Thomas H. (1889-1944) 

1944 news article, OSU honorary degree – bio sketch, 4/2003 WHS Intelligencer, scientist created freon and ethanol — Worthington News obituary, 11/1/1944 — Columbus Dispatch obituary, 11/2/1944 – “Man Made Cave” (Midgely home), Columbus Dispatch Magazine 10/31/1965 – bio, Dictionary of American Biography

Minton, Mary Ellen (1905-1998) — community leader, step-daughter of W.C. Lewis

Several childhood photos — oral history, July 16, 1984 by Susan Porter — Worthington Columbus Lewis interview in Worthington News, 2/22/1945

Miscellaneous Franklin County Records

Sharon Township Justices of the Peace, 1803-1844

Associate Judges, Common Pleas Court, 1803-1852

Miscellaneous Marriage Records, 1803-1815 from Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly

Miscellaneous Estate Abstracts

Miscellaneous People

Abbott, Lee, WorthingtonThisWeek, 1990, author featured at Thurber House

Abell, John, 8/25/1833 letter from Blendon Twp. to brother Thomas Abell, Leicester, England

Allen, Sunny, 3/26/2000 article, Columbus Dispatch about book, “Forever Alien: A Korean Memoir”

Anderson, Matt, Chamber of Commerce award, 11/17/1998

Augsburger, Arel, OSU optometrist, eyeglass collection, Citizen Journal, no date

Augsburger, Arel & Mary, Columbus Dispatch article 5/21/1978 about home (611 Morning St.)

Baker, Mary, bio sketch at 90th birthday, WHS Intelligencer

Barnes, Dorothy Gill, Governor’s Award for Arts, Columbus Dispatch, 1/9/1999

Barnes, Marshall, article about music compositions, Worthington ThisWeek, no date

Beard, Bessie, news article, Columbus Dispatch, 11/2/1977, 99th Birthday

Beach Family-article from the Dublin Villager, 08/19/1985

Beckett, Jean, Worthington News article, 4/26/1989/doll shop

Bernhagen, Lillian, Worthington News, Jan. 1970, American School Health Award

Biddle, Sarah Evans, photo, 1977, age 101

Blackmore, Josiah, Suburban News article, 8/12/1998, retires as Capital University President

Blackstone, Tad, memorial sketch, no date

Boardman Family-photo of male Boardman-Boardman family genealogical notes by Jennie McCormick-House at NW corner of High Street and North Street which may have been Boardman home

Bonner, Jan, Worthington ThisWeek, 2/19/1990, teddy bear shop

Brant, A. H. Brant-photo of Mrs. A. H. Brant

Butterfield, John, bio sketch, Worthington Living, 9/2001

Buller, Allen R., Chairman, Worthington Foods, “Half a Century in Worthington,” May 1977

Burgess, Kathryn, 1938-40 scrapbook photos, Worthington Elementary faculty and students

Carpenter, Moses-Jennie McCormick research on Moses Carpenter

Carter, Vicki, article about angel ornaments selected for White House Christmas tree

Carver, Ruth, news article, March 20, 1980 about Campfire Girls

Celehar, Jane, Worthington News, 4/9/1986, book “Kitchen Gadgets, 1920-1950”

Chaney, Virginia, Columbus Dispatch, 10/12/1997, herb garden

Chapman, John.  materials on “Johnny Appleseed”

Coleman, John, Worthington Suburban News, 6/3/1992, Worthington City Council retirement

Corbett, Swyneth, proprietor, Studio II, advertisement, 9/1/1966

Cottrell, Donald, Sydney Fisher, Everett Shimp — OSU professors, Distinguished Service Awards

Crandall, Homer, (William H.)  bio sketch by Frank Falkner

Davis, Frances Cornelia Cutting, Worthington News, 4/26/1926, Worthington’s oldest woman

Dayton, David, Columbus Dispatch, 12/28/ 1988, retiring police officer

DeVore, Helen, photos found in remodeling 956 High St.

Dixon, Floyd, Worthington News, 5/1926, Worthington Superintendent resigning to become education professor at Ohio University

Downs, Edgar, book, “Instant Shakedown” about WWII navy experience, Columbus Dispatch, 3/4/87

Duffey, John, Worthington News, 12/19/2001, retires from city council

Edwards, Dr. James, ThisWeekWorthington, article, Dec. 16, 1998, retires from zoning board

Edwards, Martha Huggett, Photo in wedding dress, Oct. 26, 1915, at St. John’s

Elchenlauber, Ruth, Worthington News, 5/29/1980, retires as leader St. John’s Early Education Center

Evans, Eleanor, news article on retirement as St. Johns Church historian, letters

Evans, Whitfield, Photo of he and his wife

Fleming, Peggy, Worthington Suburbia News article, Dec. 7, 1994, Red Cross worker in WWII, Battle of Bulge, Bronze Star

Forward, Donna, July 15, 1957, retires as secretary to Worthington City Manager

Foster, George B., biographical sketch, inventor and technological entrepreneur

Foster,  Robert W. Secret service agent article form the Columbus Dispatch 6/23/92 about retirement

Foust, Raean, Worthington News article, Oct. 17, 1990, Manager, American Traditions

Frazier, Steven, Whitehall history teacher, Worthington Historical Society volunteer

Gay, Carl W., Ohio State University Animal Science Professor, 1905-1947

Gerhart, G.M. & Nancy, 60th Wedding Anniversary

Gilpatrick, Meridith, appointed Ohio Historical Society Archivist, Nov. 1962

Godman, Susan, wife of Wm. D. Godman, Principal of Worhington Female Seminary, death notice, Ohio Gazette, Dec. 12, 1851, burial Oak Grove Cemetery, Delaware, Ohio

Goodrich, Ebenzer, carpenter, tombstone Oct. 15, 1846, old cemetery west of Olentangy, Delaware Co.

Goszyk, Cherry H., Apr. 1990 appointed Worthington Historical Society Director, July 1990, resigns due to allergies

Grafton, Louise, photo

Grimes, Anne, Worthington Historical Society program, June 14, 1989, ballads on dulcimer

Guthrey, Clara, Riverlea Mayor, 1965-1983

Hall, Jo, Second grade teacher at Liberty Elementary, Oct. 1, 1986

Hallock, Sanford, Death Jan. 2, 1983, Executive Director, COSI

Harley, Sally, photo from Plain City, Ohio studio with daughter Cora

Harmon, Mary Ellen, Feb. 27, 1975, designed Worthington’s 1976 bicentennial emblem

Harrison Family, photos of Kathryn, Grace, Henry, Robert & Thomas; Frank in Fire Chief uniform

Hartzler, Joseph, Columbus Dispatch article, May 6, 1997, prosecutor of Oklahoma bomber, lived on Stuart Lane, attended Linworth Elementary School

Havens Family genealogical chart

Holcomb Family, genealogy by Frank Gardner

Holderman, Vernon, Photo, builder in 1960s

Hootman, Dick-portion of article about Hootman Worthington barber with photo

Horch, Jake, WorthingtonThisWeek, July 2, 1990, article and photo, banjo player

Howe, Emily & Warren, Photo at St. Johns altar, Dec. 24, 1962

Hutchinson, Carl, Career in Ohio Farm Bureau, published two memoirs

Ingram, Edgar Waldo, Timeline article, Mar-Apr 1999, White Castle

Inscho, Curtiss & Margaret, architect

Johnson, Ernesta, Vice-president, Worthington Historical Society, photo at Orange Johnson House, c. 1975

Johnson, Lewis, letter 11/5/1963 about grandfather Lewis Johnson who married Pamela Thompson

Johnson, Verona, Worthington News article and photo, 108th birthday, Aug. 5, 1998

Joyce, Ann, photo demonstrating use of spinning wheel

Karrer, Mary, Worthington Suburbia News, May 11, 1988, crabapple tree memorial to Worthington Hills Elementary librarian

Kayati, Vicki, Alma, Joan, Photo of three generations

Keller, Mary, Worthington News article, Executive Director, Worthington Arts Council

Kenton, Simon, article by R. J. Peyton

Keys, John W., correspondence relating to death from wounds in Holland invasion, Sept. 19, 1944

Kirwan, Dr. Brit, Worthington News, Aug. 5, 1998, Ohio State University President

Koenig, Bertha & Rudy, photo and article, move to Friendship Village

Lane, Bill, Worthington Suburbia News, Aug. 20, 2009, Memorial plaque at high school, Ass’t Supt., Worthington Historical Society president

Larson, Doris, Worthington News article & photo, Mar. 25, 1987, founder of Meals on Wheels

Latham family, photo of family group beside log house, Thanksgiving 1906

Leeper, Roland, Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 5, 1978 article about collection of farm implements

Lehman, Norman, news clipping about Worthington Ford

Long, Carl, family photos, Columbus Dispatch about retirement as Worthington druggest (father of Carolyn Vest)

Long, Mary Alice, article about love of horses, Little Brown Jug

Long, Richard, Worthington Living article, nd. about military career in WWII

Loofbourrow, Mr. & Mrs. Carl with Luanne photo, President Worthington Historical Society, 1959, Oct. 3, 1977 article about Clark in Kiwanis

Lorimer, Jim, Columbus City Scene article, Winter 1999, sports promoter-photo of Lorimer 1992

Lowder, Ann, Columbus Dispatch articles about antiques, Feb. 14, 1978 & Jan. 29, 1984

McBurney, Robert, Worthington News photo, Mar. 3, 1987, orchid grower

McConagha, Max & Martha, OJ docent, Clintonville Booster, Mar. 29, 1982, funeral home

McCord, Harold, Worthington News, Jan. 20, 1977, Dedication of McCord Middle School, teacher, coach, principal superintendent

McCormic, John, WorthingtonThisWeek, June 3, 1996, Worthington Olmpic torch carrier

McCrory, Pat, Worthington Suburbia News, Mar. 6, 1996, Mayor of Charlotte, NC, father member of Worthington City Council

McCullough, William, Worthington Suburbia News, Nov. 8, 1995, 1949 graduate of Worthington High School, professor at Kenyon College

McLane, Dick, Worthington News article and photo, Nov. 15, 1989, Home Market butcher

Maddox, Bill, WorthingtonThisWeek, Aug. 6, 1990, dentist and photographer; Chamber of Commerce newsletter, May 1993

Maier, Jennifer Lane, Worthington News, May 6, 1998, Director, Worthington Historical Society

Maltby, William H., typescript biographical sketch, b. Worthington 1837, son of Methodist minister Rev. David Maltby, d. Aug. 20, 1880, Corpus Christi, TX

Mansfield, Meribah, Worthington Living, Worthington Librarian

Maxton, Mahlon, Photo holding Worthington Sesquicentennial auto license plate

Maxwell, Abe, photo in 19th century costume

Medick, Frank, 1996 Worthington Arts Council Christmas Tour of Homes-photo of Frank Medick from Columbus Citizen 01/05/1941

Melick, Liz, Photo in Worthington Historical Society Gift Shop with Eileen Watson

Meyers, Evelyn, Photo, OJ Docent

Middleton, Myra, Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 10, 1990, President, Worthington Senior Center;  July 1, 1987, memorial tree on Village Green

Miehls, Wendy Semons, Photographer, Collage of Old Worthington doors

Milne, J.M., Photo with children Morgan, Olive, Mae; Lt. Commander MacGillvary Milne, Annapolis graduate

Milroie/Milroy, John James, Cartographer of Panama Canal, d. July 29, 1907, Washington, D.C.

Moody, Chuck, Worthington News, article and photo, 2/11, 1987, Moody’s Paper Store

Morrison, Alexander, genealogy correspondence

Murday, Joseph, Worthington News, home on Worthington Historical Society Tour of Homes

Nowe, Dan & Marieta, ThisWeekWorthington, Riverlea Home, Worthington Historical Society Tour of Homes

Norris, Isaac and Clarence, Photo of Isaac, Clarence, and Dr. Sharp in front of Norris Brothers Feed Store (and Dr. Sharp’s Vet Shop)

Oberleistner, Brandon, 2001 Worthington High School graduate, killed in Iraq War

Oberleuffler, Delbert, Health and Physical Education professor, Ohio State University, 1932-1966

O’Brian, Harry, 6/6/1966 biographical sketch, author of Better Homes and Garden gardening column

Ochsenbein, Jan, Worthington Neighbor News, 1965 Worthington High School graduate, community volunteer

Orton, Lemuel, Revolutionary War soldier buried at St. Johns, 1761-1831

Ottolenghi, Abraham, Worthington Neighbor News, 11/16/1988, School Board President

Paoletti, Larry, Columbus Dispatch, 1/17/1999, biographical sketch

Pegues, Franklin, 11/1996, Ohio State University History Professor, Humanities Award

Perkins, Darnell C., Worthington Living, President, Worthington Arts Council

Pesigh, Kathryn, biographical sketch of community volunteer

Phelps, Thomas, Worthington Newss, 3/16/1988, Worthington’s first school teacher [erroneous information, returned to New England, never had house in Worthington, see Scioto Company Descendants]

Pine, Irving, Columbus Dispatch, 7/15/2000, death notice, Ohio State University Psychiatry Professor, WWII Prisoner of War

Pingree, Bert, Citizen Journal photo of 1892 baseball team, Captain Pingree

Porter, Mike, photo with Jody Penny

Posey, Ursula, correspondence

Postle, Evelyn, photo as child

Probasco, Jim ThisWeekWorthington, death notice, math teacher at Worthington High School, Chairman, Board of Zoning Appeals

Ratiff, Shary, news article, Cambodian Humanitarian Foundation

Reeves, Rita, obituary, Jan. 29, 2001

Riggle, Robert, obituary, June 4, 1994

Robinson, Stanley Ulrich, biographical article and photo at Rush Creek ravine, Apr. 22, 1979

Rousculp, Charles D.-Columbus Dispatch article 5/19/1991 about Rousculp and The Sons of the American Revolution

Runyan, Kay, number of family photos

Sage, Russell, genealogy, Berlin, CT

Schaeffer, Frederich, Worthington News, 3/13/1991, home at 556 High St. becomes B & B

Sexton, Sharon – news article & photo about paintings

Shakoor, Jordenna, article praising her as symbol of Martin Luther King’s dream

Simpson, Gus, Batelle scientist, Nov. 1969 article

Slim, William & Eleanor, WHS newletter, Treasurer, moved to Worthington in 1970

Smith Sisters Sextet-photo of Smith Sisters Sextet (found in the Orange Johnson House)

Smith, Vance, photo as Chairman of 1953 Worthington Sesquicentennial

Snyder, George Worthington News article 10/7/1959 “Meet your Merchant.”

Snyder, L.H.-photo in home from Columbus Citizen 01/1941

Stewart, Nathan-biographical information about Nathan Stewart from Onondaga New York Historical Society

Voedisch, Ginni, Director, Worthington Historical Society, 1991 – vita

Waldorf, Maria, photo, Worthington High School graduate, 1890

Wallace, Alma & husband, wedding photo

Walter, Neil, Worthington ThisWeek article, 8/6/1990, Rainbow Canyon Band

Warner, Dwight & Alice, Golden wedding anniversary, Worthington ThisWeek, 12/19/1990

Weaver, Don, editor, Citizen Journal, president Ohio Historical Society, 4/8/ 1967

Webster, Kate, wedding photo

Wells, Ann Asbury, family photo

Wenden, Henry, biographical data

Wentz, Bill-August 2000 profile from Worthinton Living magazine

Wharton, Alma (Long) & Claude, 1897 wedding photo

Wherry, Paul, Columbus Dispatch, 7/25, 2005, pharmacist’s apothecary collection, photo

White, Delores, Worthington School Board election, 9/30/1987

Willey, Barbara, photo

Wilson, Bertha (Mrs. Joseph Beaver), Bill Arter sketch of home

Wing, Shirley & Marjorie (Meeker) – Columbus Citizen Journal article and photos, Wing home at 256 E. Granville Rd. where husband shot wife, 11/15/1925

Mollica, James and June

Ohio Historical Society Echoes, Dec. 1977, President, Board of Trustees – WorthingtonThisWeek, 1992, president, Worthington Historical Society – Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 27, 1991, study regarding Worthington City Hall & Senior Center – Echoes, Nov. 1979, Ohio Historical Society Annual Meeting

Moody, Charles

Feb. 11 1987 Worthington News article about Moody’s Paper Store-Sept. 18, 1960 Columbus Dispatch article and photo of wedding announcement for Karen Keating and David C. Moody-1962 Columbus Dispatch photo with caption of wedding announcement for Susan Moody and Phillip E. Tuller

Moore, Homer

Brochure from Southwick, MA Historical Society showing their headquarters, birthplace of Homer Moore died at Worthington in 1811, buried at St. John’s

Moose, Bill (1837-1937)

Pictures of Leatherlips Memorial, Bill Moose tombstone –  memorial cards written by Jim Thompson – “Bill Moose, Last of the Wyandots,” Leonard Insley, Worthington News, 2/2/1952 – Bill Moose, Linworth Historical Society newsletter, August 2010 – “Leatherlips: Twin Clouds” script, Dublin High School Drama Department, July 2010 – “Indian Bill,” Bill Arter, August 3, 1969, Citizen Journal – stories denied by Wyandot County Historical Society

See also Family File-Leatherlips (Wyandot Chief)

Morgan, Gertrude (Mrs. Clifton) (1914-2009)

Oral history interview with Larry Paoletti – 5/25/1985 — memories of Worthington

Morrow, Dr. Thomas V. (1804-1850) & Isabella Greer (1809-1884)

Genealogical chart of Morrow & Greer families summarized from  — 2014 emails between Thomas Benton Morrow (g-g-grandson of Dr. Morrow) and Jennie McCormick – “Thomas Vaughan Morrow, 1804-1850: The Apostle of Eclecticism” presented at the Ohio Academy of Medical History by Michael A. Flannery of the Lloyd Library in 1996 – copy of Thomas V. Morrow photo at Lloyd Library – copy of Harvey & Elizabeth Greer Coit biographies, 1901 Columbus Centennial-Moore/Greer genealogy researched by Jennie McCormick 3/7/2014-July 2014 Intelligencer article by Jennie McCormick on Joseph and Nancy Agnes Greer

Mulholland, Helen

Riverlea resident — YWCA Women of Achievement Award, Worthington News, 3/8/1989 – Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame, Worthington News, 12/12/1985 – 1985 program, Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame

Noble Family

Marriage certificate for George Byron Noble and Sylvia E Greenlee 11/17/1904-genealogical notes from Noble family property abstracts for Riverlea lots

Palmer, Fred A.

Sept. 1992 news article, radio broadcaster for AIU (American Insurance Union) – chart of Columbus radio stations, 1920-1940

Palmer, Luther

Information about Luther Palmer’s War of 1812 service.

Park Family

News article about “Locust Grove,” Jonathan Park homestead, by grandson Francis Park, now Park Highlands subdivision – Park family chart – several Park family photos – William Dwight Park Memorial, 1856-1922

Pingree Family (George A. 1842-1931)

Marcella Hammond Pingree book, Worthington Female Seminary, 1842 – Booklet on Gardiner-Pingree House, Salem, MA – Pingree family photos – Funeral program, George A. Pingree, Methodist Church, 12/16/1931 – George A. and Lou Stickney Pingree 52nd Wedding Anniversary news article -George A. Pingree, 83rd birthday news article,  Co. C., 113th OVI

Pinney Family

Worthington News, 10/31/1968, Marriage of Abner Nathan Pinney to Bonnie Yonk – Photo, James Alonzo Pinney, Grandmaster Mason, 1893 – Pinney Family genealogical chart – Sale bill, Miles Pinney estate, Mar. 10, 1864 – several family photos – Welthy Pinney kindergarten wagon with children, photo and article – Pinney genealogy, from Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly, Oct. 1903 – Worthington News, 3/1/1945, 5th Abner Pinney born – Citizen Journal, 9/10/1958, article and photo, razing Pinney farm house — Methodist home site – Intrepid C. Pinney funeral, Nov. 7th, 1855 – Idaho Statesman, death of James A. Pinney, pioneer mayor of Boise – bio sketch, James A. Pinney, History of Idaho by Hiram French, 1944 – Inventory of MSS 290, James A. Pinney, Idaho Historical Society – Pinney family picnic photo – News clipping, Nathan Pinney death, age 89 (Walnut Grove, 1847-1936)-portrait of Polly Morrison Pinney from 1830- various Levi Pinney recipts-deed Pinney/Allen to Andrews 1832-deed 5/8/1842 Levi Pinney to Miles Pinney-letter 8/25/1843 from Lewis Patterson to Levi Pinney, Worthington


Poole, Joseph and Pool/Poole Family

Genealogical notes compiled by David Hartman from deed and marriage records-biographical sketch by Robert McCormick, 1992-outline of presentation on Joseph Poole by Valerie Mattingley 9/2015-John Switzer column 8/19/1992 Columbus Dispatch about Poole tombstone and burial sites

Porter, William G. Jr.

Biographical memoir, b. 1923, moved to Worthington 1924s, growing up in Worthington, lawyer for Columbus & Southern Ohio Electric Co. merger to American Electric Power

Potter Family

Joe Potter oral history with John Detrich, son/of Howard, (1908-2006) – Howard Potter of Potter Lumber, “Meet Your Merchant,” Mary Armstrong, Worthington News, 7/29/54-Alvin Potter, 1890 graduation photo-Potter family, 1894 family group photo with names-Potter, Judith 9/57 daughter of Joseph Potter, married at Yellow Springs-Potter, Ruth 7/29/1985 interview about Potter Lumber

Ray, Kingsley (1797-188?)

Biographical sketch, History of Franklin and Pickaway County, 1880, pp. 236-7

Ripley, Roswell (1823-1887)

Biography of Roswell Ripley by John Haueisen-photocopy of a photo of General Ripley-article from the 1/29/2012 Columbus Dispatch by John Switzer on General Ripley-Mary Armstrong booklet about Roswell Ripley

Robinson, Helen (1883-1980), Edward L. (1857-1934)

photo of Helen with friends – Worthington Historical Society nomination for Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame – 1923 invitation Helen to join Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts – Helen’s 1980 obituary, principal at Worthington High School 1912-1935, br. Greenlawn – Worthington News, 7/13/78, 95th  birthday celebration – Connecticut license to practice law, Edward L. Robinson, 1880 – photo, 16 friends of Helen – photo, Lucille Robinson, ca. 1930 – photo, Helen, high school senior – photo, Helen, 1975 – photo, Edward L. as a boy – photo, Worthington High School, class of 1916 reunion – 2 letters from William R. Chadeyne, 7th US Army, 4/29/1955 & 12/11/1955 – Worthington News, 10/30/80, memorial tribute by Marie Vandegrift – obituary, Worthington News, 9/6/1934, Edward L., wife Helen Day, daughters Helen & Lucile, Worthington mayor, Sharon Twp. JP, br. Greenlawn – obituary, Worthington News, 6/8/1933, Lucile, BA & MA OSU, taught English at Denison & OSU – photos of Helen’s friends, Helen Burnett, Mrs. H.J. Booth, Laura Devol, Edna Hatton, Mabel Stone, Mame West, Harold & Lawrence Williams, Hamlord Whitney, Helen Repogle – photo, White Cross Hospital Guild – photo, 11/4/1944, Helen with Bertha Shroyer, Ida Williams, & Dorothy Gimmerman in New Orleans – photo, 12/16/1940, Helen & Ida Williams, shopping in New Orleans – photo, Robinson home at South & Granby, Apr. 1953 – photo, unidentified group of young men (? college class with professor) – photo, WHS alumni award, 1973 – New Orleans tourist materials from 1940s-photo of Helen Replogle in front of Robinson house, 9/1956

Robinson, Virginia

Obituary, Columbus Dispatch, 1/10/2010, age 92, widow of Rev. Charles Robinson, Worthington Presbyterian Church

Russell, James

Broadside of 1837 exhibition at Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT of Columbian Orrery made at Worthington

Russell, Mark & Mary

Columbus Dispatch, 12/20/1925, full page illustration by Mark for cover of special historical section — Bill Arter sketch of “Gingerbread House,” 5807 N. High St., purchased by Mark & Mary in 1919 – Columbus Citizen Journal, Mark & Mary’s Christmas card illustration, “Green Gables,” Mark Illustration instructor at Columbus Art School — photo, Mark – photo, Mary

Sanford, Bud

Oral history, 6/19/1986, by Abner Pinney & Harold Heckendorn, came to Worthington at age 24 in 1942, joined fire department, chief for 19 years

Scatterday, Lon (Leonidas) (1903-1993) & Mary (1909-1998)

Daughter Susan Scatterday obituary, Columbus Dispatch, 3/14/2009, age 92, Bexley teacher – oral history, Lon Scatterday, 4/18/1989 by Abner Pinney & Harold Heckendorn, grew up on farm father bought in 1896, west of High St., opposite Orange Johnson house – photo, tent campground, on father’s property, ca. 1906 – photo, Lon & Mary in home living room – obituary 10/16/1993, age 89, Leonidas C. Scatterday, DO, 1921 WHS graduate, staff of Doctors Hospital – news article, Bexley Spectator, 5/2/1973, Susan Scatterday retirement, Maryland Elementary School principal – handwritten “Scatterday Family History” Henry & Caroline Scatterday children: Lon, Henry, Jim, Elizabeth, Susan; Lon & Mary E. McKitrich Scatterday children: Mary Lou, Carolyn-Research by Jennie McCormick 10/21/2015 on 11 W. New England Ave, Dr. Scatterday’s former office

Schrock, Robert W. and Isobel

Interview with Robert and Isobel done by Sharon Woods naturalists (Sharon Woods Park was initially farmed by Schrocks)-Information on George W. and Rachel Schrock from Centennial History of Columbus and Franklin County, 1909-photos of George and Anna Marie Schrock farm location in Sharon Woods Metro Park-genealogy of four generations of Schrock Family-burial records for Schrock Family at various cemeteries

Scott, Harriet (1838-)

Transcription of notes on Harriet Scott by Frank Corbin

Sessions, Francis C. (1820-1892)

That Which Lives Forever booklet, Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Photo, Sessions Broad St. home – Catalogue of the Art Collection of Mr. F.C. Sessions – Francis C. Sessions’  Will, Ohio State Journal, 4/20/1893 – F.C. Sessions letter 12/28/1877 to Sarah McClurgh re: gift of dress material – Ohio State Journal, 4/1/1919, Death of Mary Sessions – Photo, F.C. Sessions – “F.C. Sessions: Rags to Riches,” Ed Lentz, This Week in Worthington, 1/8/1996 – F.C. Sessions, biographical sketch, History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties, pp. 384-5 – F.C. Sessions, Biographical Cyclopedia of Ohio, pp. 116-7 – F.C. Sessions correspondence with William Brown, Reynoldsburg re: farm, 1872 & 1873 – Telegram, F.C. Sessions to W.W. Metcalf, Washington, DC, 11/28/1876, death of “Father Johnson” – Correspondence from Justine Leahy re: Sarah Biddle in Worthington Nursing Home – F.C. Sessions, 1842 Sons of Temperance Membership certificate-biographical article about Francis Sessions from Spring 2016 Heritage (newsletter of Greenlawn Cemetery)-photo of Francis Sessions’ tombstone from Greenlawn Cemetery-photocopy of 4/7/1941 note by Elizabeth Sessions deeding property in Hampden Massachusetts to Barbara Fowler

Sessions, Mary Johnson (1823-1919)

Genealogical chart showing descendants of Potter Wright to explain relationship between Ora Davis (who inherited from Mary Johnson Sessions), and Mary Johnson-photocopies of the will of Mary Johnson Sessions-description of the relationships between  Wright Family and Mary Johnson including Wrights who inherited from Mary Johnson Sessions-photocopies of documents from Johnson Sessions papers-photocopy of inventory of Johnson/ Sessions papers done in 1964 by Ione (Mrs H.B. Kadden) in St Paul, Minnesota, a friend of Donelda Brak (Dear Nella) who had the Johnson/Sessions letters and loaned them to a friend to inventory and use for research-letter from Mary Johnson Sessions, Columbus, Ohio to J.R. McClurg in which she offers to loan him $100-photo of Sarah Evans Biddle daughter of Mary Johnson Sessions gardener and handy man-report by Frank Corbin on Peter and Ann Goble as friends of Mary and Francis Sessions

Sherman, Hal

Letter from Curator of the United States Diplomacy Center asking for permission to use painting entitled Washington Presenting Medal to Red Jacket with copy of the painting

Silcott, Gordon

“Meet the Merchant” article from Worthington News, 8/5/1954 by Mary Armstrong-tribute to Mrs. Gordon Silcott (Virginia) from the WHS Intelligencer, 2/1983-Columbus Dispatch article about Gordon Silcott’s career as a Dispatch dealer-September 16, 1991 article from Worthington This Week about George Silcott and his converted railway car off near the Ohio Railway Museum site-Columbus Dispatch article about George Silcott’s converted railway car office with photo


Skeele, Lillian (1906-1996)

Letter from Seabury Pinney to C.A. Skeele, 10/18/1892 – Article about Worthington volunteers, Worthington This Week, 2/4/1991, photo of Lillian Skeele – Obituary, Lillian Skeele, 12/21/1996 – Lillian Skeele Ancestry Chart — daughter of Charles A. and Laura Brelsford Skeele – “The Tea Set” manuscript by Lillian Skeele about tea set of her parents – Civil War Service Record of John Skeele of 700 Hartford St., procured by Robert McCormick, 1991, 113th OVI, disproves myth that he was prisoner at Andersonville – Ohio Historical Society Echoes, Mar. 1989, Letter 11/17/1833 from Sophronia Skeels describing journey from Mercerburg, NY to Troy (now Coolville), OH – Columbus Dispatch, 8/8/1978, Dublin Antique Quilt show, two 1852 quilts by Lillian Skeele’s grandmother – Photos, Charles Skeele and Laura Brelsford – Several Brelsford family photos – Worthington News, 8/9/1984, Lillian Skeele photo with grandmother’s 1852 quilt-Photo of Lillian Skeele entering back door of Old Rectory-photo of Lillian at Orange Johnson House with Rhea Moor and Pat MacCleary-1996 photo of Lillian Skeele, Louise Haager and Rhea Moor-photo of Lillian Skeele in grandmother’s dress

Smith, William

Worthington News, article and photo, 8/30/2006, Vault buried by VFW, Veteran’s Plaza, Resurrection Cemetery

Snow family

John Snow biographical sketch, History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties – Biographical sketch, Rev. William and Electa Snow – Commission, George Snow, Surgeon’s Mate, Militia, Aug. 13, 1838  – Mary Snow, piano program, 1880 – Eva Snow, 1838, handwritten description of family antique pieces – Eliza Snow (1811-1891) burial record, Walnut Grove Cemetery – Robert McCormick letter to Catherine Green re: Oct. 1856 to May 1857 ledger of William T. Snow & W.C. Park in her possession – News article by Charles Pluntz re: organization of Ohio Masonic Historical Society – Snow family materials — tax records, doctor bills, deeds, etc. – Eva Snow real estate ownership by wills of Eliza, Mary, & Jennie Snow – Bill Arter article and drawing of Snow house – article about 1904 death of Jennie Snow, daughter of George – “The Landmark & the Lady” (Eva Snow) by Mary Armstrong, Worthington News, March 1950 – Richard Snow, Oral History Interview by Dick Thormyer & Harold Heckendorn, 1987 — born in Columbus, never lived in Worthington, nephew of Eva, g-g-grandson of John, history of New England Masonic Lodge, refers to John Snow diaries

Snouffer Family

5/6/2005 news clipping, Memorial to dentist Edward S. Snouffer 2/5/1929-47/2005 – Worthington News, 10/16/2004, letter to editor from Snouffer descendants in relation to dedication of Snouffer Rd. park, describing widow Mary Magdelena Baumgardner Snouffer and her eight children coming to Worthington in 1830s – Worthingtons News, “Meet Your Merchant” — 9/9/1954, Elmer Snouffer furniture store, Ray Snouffer, dry cleaning – Worthington News, 11/23/72, Helen Snouffer retires as city clerk – “Snouffers of Linworth & Worthington” – genealogy and property maps – obituary, William J. Snouffer, 9/29/2003 – Marriage of Verna Snouffer and Jerry Wallace, Aug. 23,  ?  – marriage of Harlan Snouffer and Diane Parkhill, June 1962 – photo, John Snouffer Memorial wall, Wilson Hill School, Columbus Dispatch, 10/22/1990; Worthington News 10/24/1990-genealogical notes from deed records for John H. and Lavina Snouffer-genealogical notes from deed records for John and Julia Snouffer-December 7, 1939 Worthington News article about John H. Snouffer with full length photo

See also vertical file Schools-Linworth/Elmwood School for pictures and information on Frank, Carl, Cora, Boss, Marion, Lola, and Anna Snouffer when they attended the school.

Sprague, Charles & Ruth

1977-78 Letters from Ruth O’Conner, descendant of Charles Sprague and Ruth Brown, daughter of Ebenezer Brown and Ruth Pinney

Stein, Mary Alice

Columbus Dispatch obituary, Dec. 1979, age 97, principal Worthington High School – Information regarding John Stein (1777-1856) cradle at Orange Johnson House – Intelligencer, 2/1/1973, article about Shedding Light on Worthington

Thompson, Jim

Worthington This Week, 11/28/2002, Linworth Methodist Church researching old cemeteries – 9/26/1929, Leatherlips pageant

Thompson, William

photocopy, family genealogy from Old Northwest Genealogical Quarterly, Oct. 1903, pp. 176-8

Tone, Christopher and Family

Article by Jeri Arent about the bodies of Christopher Tone and daughter, Laura being moved from Methodist Cemetary to Walnut Grove Cemetery-article about closing of Methodist Cemetery where Tones were originally buried-report on Methodist Cemetery and burials-genealogy of Christopher Tone family by Dave Pritchard

See also Cemeteries- Methodist Cemetery

See also Worthington Neighborhoods by Jennie McCormick-Worthington Hills

Trucksis, Jane (1917-2005)

Drawings for Christmas cards – This Week Worhington, 11/17/1997, 80th birthday –  Intelligencer articles, July 1990 & Mar. 1993 – Obituary, died at 87 – Worthington News, 2/19/2003, photo, dancing at Bicentennial -“Remembering Jane” poster – Memorial Service program, Worthington Methodist Church, 1/30/1005 – Lifetime award, Leadership Worthington, 1999 – Worthington City Council Resolution, Dec. 8, 1997 – Worthington Suburbia News, 10/25/1995, visiting Japanese sister city-Remembering Jane reminiscences of Jane by colleagues

Tuller Family

 Intelligencer, Nov. 2003, Dr. George Bonnell memories of Tuller grocery – Photo, Anthony Tuller outside market, ca. 1920 – Ohio Genealogical Notes, nd, “History of Tuller Family,” (Bella > Homer > Holcomb) – Worthington News, 10/1/1953, Tuller-Archer House, 777 High St. – Columbus Dispatch, 10/9/1953, Mrs. Charles Tuller (husband g-grandson of Holcomb) with photos of antiques in home on Sawmill Rd. – Flavel Tuller biography, History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties, p. 423 – Obituary, 2/7/1928, Mary Adeline Tuller, dau/of Jonathan & Almira – Obituary, 3/8/1914, Adolphus Tuller – Walnut Grove Cemetery Certificate, 12/20/1873, Lot 364, Adolphus Tuller – Walnut Grove Cemetery Certificate, 4/9/1864, Lots 361-363 – Photocopies of Births, Marriages, Deaths from Tuller family Bible – Photo, Mr. & Mrs. Adolphus Tuller on porch – 1905 news article, Golden Wedding Anniversary, Mr. & Mrs. Adolphus Tuller – 7/14/1945, death of Anthony W. Tuller, son of Adolphus – 10/26/1918, marriage of Martha May Huggett, granddaughter of Adolphus Tuller – Obituary, Albion Tuller – Obituary, Lillian Tuller – Obituary, 10/23/1943, Jesse A. Tuller – Photo, Tuller House, 1918 – Photo, Tuller House, 1955 – Photo, Tuller House fireplace – Photo, Tuller House porch (prior to 1927, shows entry of old Presbyterian Church) – Walter A. Tuller, 1841-1862, son of Homer & Eliza, Civil War, 5th OVI, died Aug. 16, 1862 – Photo, Anthony Tuller -Photo, Lillian Tuller – Photo, Cynthia Tuller Hussett ? – Photo, Jesse Tuller -Retirement, Charles Tuller, City National Bank-Photo of family of Holcomb and Jane Woodruff Tuller- Photo of Almira Nobel Tuller, wife of Jonathan D. Tuller-Photo of Tuller grocery truck

Tuller, Walter

A collection of transcribed letters written by Walter Tuller to his sister Fannie during his time serving with the 5th Regiment OVC Cavalry, February through July, 1862 –transcribed letter written to Walter’s sister Frances from camp near Memphis, Tennessee from Sergeant Monroy Bishop on the death of Walter Tuller 8/19/1862- transcribed letter from W. McKendree Heath to Homer Tuller , Worthington Ohio 8/25/1862, providing details of Walter Tuller’s death-transcribed letter from Thomas Heath to Mr and Mrs Homer Tuller, 8/27/1862 expressing sympathy on Walter’s death-transcribed letter 8/29/1862 from Captain Irvin Halsey to Homer Tuller , announcing the death of Walter Tuller-a transcribed report by Corporal John Bowles on the skirmish at Horn Lake Creek Mississippi in which Walter Tuller was killed-a list of persons mentioned in the Civil War Letters of Walter Tuller, 10/27/2015-bibliography of references to the 5th Ohio Cavalry-photo of family of Holcomb and Jane Woodruff Tuller-photo of Almira Noble Tuller, wife of Jonathan D. Tuller-photo of Tuller Grocery truck

Van Meter, Kay

 Intelligencer, Mar. 1992, appointment as WHS Director

Vaughn, Minerva Effie (1889-1986)

Photo in nursing home –  Intelligencer, May 2004, memories of Boxwell exam – Worthington News, WHS oral history project – Oral history, Jan. 20, 1986 by Elizabeth Oden – Death notice, Apr. 21, 1986

Vest Family

Photo of Vest family-photo Bertha Vest-photo young Caroline Vest-photo older Caroline Vest-photo Winfield Vest-photo Katherine Cornelia Vest and Winfield and Cornelia Vest-photo Vest Sisters-photo Vest/Corbin families-photo Bertha Vest-section from History of Morgan County by Charles Robertson with biography of Andrew Alanson Vest and others-photocopy of photo of Mr and Mrs Lyman Alfred Vest of Van Nys California

See also, Corbin, Frank and family

Vining, William (1779-1867) and Elias Vining

“Who was William Vining,” by Mary Armstrong – photocopy, Elias Vining will, Jan. 10, 1857

Walling, Joel & Barney, John

1997 Letter from Betty Jo Stockton requesting information on Walling & Barney — Family chart, Robert Julius Kieser

Warner Family

Bernice Warner, Worthington Library trustee – Dan Warner memories of growing up in Worthington — Warner home at 506 Fox Lane — vita and award for Helen Warner Mulholland-May 1987 Ohio Magazine profile of Bernice Warner by Ben Hayes-May 1988 OSU Alumni Magazine article about Pulitzer Prize winner Dan Warner (nephew of Bernice)-April 6, 1988 Worthington News article about Dan Warner-May 4, 1997 tribute to grandmother Ann Warner by Dan Warner

Weaver Family

Sixteen Weaver family photos — Anthony, Fred, Rufus, & Kate

Wetmore, Dr. Charles Henry (1783-1868) & Eliza Rathbone Wetmore (1791-1853)

Transcription of 1800-1803 “diary” (original at Ohio Historical Society) — photo of Dr. Charles H. Wetmore — biography of Elizabeth R. Wetmore – description of “Locust Grove” home south of Worthington – Obiturary 22 Dec. 1894, son Charles J. Wetmore — handwritten “Wetmore/Rathbone Genealogy” – seven photos of Wetmore family from Delaware Historical Society — handwritten sketch of Dr. C.H. Wetmore by Juliet Wetmore – 1822-24 letters from Philander and Sophia Chase, Cincinnati to Dr. C.H. Wetmore-article from This Week in Worthington 7/29/1995 about the Wetmores by Ed Lentz

Wilcox/Carey Families

Genealogical chart, Hiram Wilcox > John Q. Wilcox – 1986 letter from Althea (Mrs. Harold) Castle – Descendants of William Wilcox (1601-1652) – Photo & description of Wilcox-Carey chest of drawers – Sketch of Simeon Wilcox (1763-1828) – Descendants of Roswell Wilcox (1764-1831) – Biography of John Carey by Muriel Kinney — John Carey’s autobiography transcribed by Carol Kinney Grimes, 1998 – photo of quilt made by Dorcas Carey, c. 1830 – genealogical family group sheets of Roswell and Dorcas Pinney Wilcox by Carol Kinney Grimes – Descendants of John & Joanna Pinney (Eng. 17th C.) – Family group sheets for John & Dorcas Wilcox Carey by Carol Kinney Grimes – copy of Roswell Wilcox’s patent for conical water wheel — copy of some Wilcox family bible records – Carol Kinney Grimes 2008 letter re: publication of John Carey biography — Lulu Wilcox Farris 1953 letter regarding Simeon Wilcox- November  1838 letter from Emma Carey, Worthington, to her mother telling about arriving in Worthington to attend the Female Seminary and boarding with the Orange Johnsons-photocopy and transcription of December 1838 letter from Emma Carey, Worthington, to her mother-notes by Jennie McCormick on John Carey biography by Carol Kinney

Wilson, Alf

research notes by Frank Corbin on Alf Wilson

Wilson, Samuel and family

Columbus Vignettes article by Bill Arter on Adams Descendants-Wilson family genealogical ntoes from 956 High Street research by Jennie McCormick-memories by Frank Felkner about John Wilson family

Wing, George (1909-2002) & daughter Madelaine Adler

Oral history, Jan. 14, 1989 by Bob McCormick remembering Worthington in 1922 based on Sanborn Insurance map – Interviews, ThisWeek Worthington 8/2/1992 & 8/5/1998 – 1948 photo, George Wing & Jim Talladay – 1928 cartoon by Dudley Fisher, Columbus Dispatch, “Spirit of Columbus Lands in Worthington” – Columbus Dispatch article 1/26/1987 – obituary, Columbus Dispatch, 9/30/2002 – Madelaine Adler, president, West Chester University, magazine feature 4/19/1998, Philadephia Enquirer article 11/11/2002-Photo of Frank Corbin and George Wing as young men

Wood, Alice Latham (1900-2005)

Obituary, 3/11/2005, ThisWeek Worthington – Oral history, 4/28/2003 by Jane Trucksis, John Detrick, & Candy Brooks about cabin at west end of South St., father a dentist in Columbus, remembers summers and Christmas at the cabin her father built in 1904-5 from logs floated down river.

Worthinton, Jr., Thomas (Colonel Tom) (1807-1884)

Biography of Colonel Thomas Worthington by John Haueisen

Wright, Potter (1791-1855) & Louisa Maynard Wright (1797-1876)

Gift from Laura Spencer Wright to St. John’s Church for rector’s salary – photo, Horatio Wright – bio of Horace Wright — photo of Jurkinson Wright – family chart and work sheets of Potter & Louisa Wright – Plat of Worthington lots 1, 2, & 3-obituary for Arnold M. Wright, age 84, 4/18/1982-photos of James Wright home on site of current post office-account of the death of 3 Wright children in 1861

Wright, James E. Family

Family chart, Moses, Paul, Carrie, Wellie, Daniel — photocopy of Bill Arter’s sketch of James E. Wright home at 259 E. Granville Rd. – photo, James E. Wright

Wright, Jacob

Handwritten document about family of Orpha Wright & Jack Davis – Autograph book of daughter Mattie Davis Reed – letters of Elizabeth Hard Hradel –  – letter from Chester Co, PA historical society regarding Jacob Wright – sketch about children of Jacob and Mary McGill Wright (g-grandparents of Lillian Skeele) – Correspondence re: Amanda Wright (grandmother of Frank Corbin)