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Lake, I. T.; dealer in dry goods and notions; Blountsville.

Born in H. C. 1850. Rep. Protestant.

Littleton, L.; farmer; 2 m s Blountsville.

Lenington, W. R.; farmer; im s Blountsville.

Launtz, E.; farmer; * m from Rogersville. Born in Ind. 1835;

settled in H. C. 1868. Dem. Protestant.

Luellen, J.; farmer; im n w Rogersville.

Born in H. C. 1840.

Luellen, J. M.; farmer; Rogersville.

Protestant.

Lake, J. W.; dealer in dry goods and groceries; Rogersville.

Born in Va. 1827; settled in H. C. 1834. Rep. Meth.

LACY, ALFRED; farmer; 2 m nw Blountsville. Born in N

C. 1830; settled in H. C. 1842. Rep. Christian Friend.

Luther, W. J.; druggist; Blountsville. Born in Ind. 1843;

settled in H. C. 1870. Rep. Protestant.

McFadden, W.; farmer; 3 m s Rogersville. Born in Pa. 1825;

settled in H. C. 1866. Rep. Methodist.

Born in H. C.

Main, W. J.; farmer; I m se Rogersville.

1822. Rep. Protestant.

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Born in H. C.

Manifold, R.; farmer; 272 m s Blountsville.

1847 Protestant.

Rhoads, J.; farmer; i mne Rogersville. Born in Penn.; set

tled in H. C. 1847. German Baptist.

Rhoads, D.; farmer; imne Rogersville.

Rogers, O.; shoemaker; Blountsville. Born in N. Y. 1815;

settled in H. C. 1872. Rep. Protestant.

Ross, D. B.; livery stable; Blountsville. Born in Ind. 1835;

settled in H. C. 1836. Rep. Protestant.

Ross, Jonathan; physician and surgeon; Blountsville.

Replogle, D. H.; miller ; & ms e Rogersville. Born in Ind.

1839; settled in H. C. 1866. Rep. German Baptist.

Swoveland, D.; farmer; 174 m e Rogersville. Born in Pa. 1835;

settled in H. C. 1847. Rep. Protestant.

Born in Va.

Swearingin, J. H.; farmer; i} m e Rogersville.

1822 ; settled in H. C. 1830. Protestant.

Swoveland, H.; farmer; 2 mne Rogersville. Born in Pa. 1829;

settled in H. C. 1861. Rep. Protestant.

Swearingin, A.; farmer ; 2 m e Rogersville.

Smeltzer, R.; wagon maker; Blountsville. Born in Ohio 1821;

settled in H. C. 1868. Indpt. Protestant.

Sears, L.; farmer; 172 m s Blountsville.

Born in H. C. 1852.

Sears, V.; farmer; 2'2 m s Blountsville.

Protestant.

Sears, L.; farmer; 2 m s Blountsville. Born in Ind. 1841; set

tled in H. C. 1849. Dem. Protestant.

Swearingin, S. V.; farmer; 194 m s e Rogersville. Born in H.

C. 1849. Rep. Methodist.

Swoveland, H.; farmer; 212 m ne Rogersville.

Stanley, E.; farmer; i mw Blountsville.

Born in Ohio

Stonebraker, A.; farmer; i mn w Blountsville.

1817; settled in H. C. 1854. Protestant.

Sears, E.; farmer; 3 m s Blountsville. Born in Ind. 1842. Dem.

Christian.

Snider, Wm.; 194 m s e Rogersville. Born in Ky. 1815. Prot.

Terrell, W. M.; minister Christian Church ; Blountsville. Born

in Ind. 1830; settled in H. C. 1869. Rep.

Born in

Thompson, A. R. A.; farmer; ms Blountsville.

Ohio 1818; settled in H. C. 1847. Protestant.

Teeter, I.; farmer; i m n Rogersville. Born in Ind. 1824; set

tled in H. C. 1866. G. Baptist.

Thornburg, A.; merchant; Blountsville. Born in N. C.; settled in H. C. 1872. Rep.

Christian.

Born in

Templin, S. V.; lumber manufacturer; Blountsville.

H. C. 1845. Rep. Protestant.

Templin, J.; lumber manusacturer; Blountsville.

Born in Pa. 1836.

Vores, J. H.; farmer; 2 m se Blountsville.

Rep. Methodist.

Waller, D. A.; farmer; 2 mn w Blountsville. Born in Ind.

1843; settled in H. C. 1871. Rep. U. Brethren.

Born in Pa.

Werking, D.; engineer; 34 m se Rogersville.

. 1842. Rep. G. Baptist.

Wright, T. G.; farmer; 3 m s Blountsville. Born in Md. 1822;

settled in H. C. 1846. Christian.

SPICELAND TOWNSHIP.

SPICELAND TOWNSHIP is located in the southern part of Henry county, and is bounded on the north by Greensboro and Henry townships, on the east by Franklin township, on the south by Rush county, and on the west by Wayne and Greensboro townships, and contains an area of 22} square miles.

The surface is rolling; the soil productive; timber, gravel, and stock water plentiful, while the landscape views from those rolling pastures are beautiful

The village of Spiceland is the most populous town in the township. This village can boast of as good privileges of education as can be found in the county. The Spiceland Academy is attended by students from all parts of the county, and from other parts of the State. Ogden and Dunreith, both villages of considerable note, are located in the southern part of the township. The value of all taxable property amounts to about $1,000,

The population of the township is near 2200. Some of the first settlers were Thomas Greenstreet, Allen Hunt, Samuel Carr, Samuel Griffin, Solomon Byrkitt, and Daniel Jackson.

Township Trustee, E. W. Swaim; number of school houses, 5; value of houses and furniture, $5,000.

000.

CHURCH, LODGE AND SCHOOL STATISTICS.

Christian Church, Blue River; two miles northeast Raysville; organized 1825; membership, 50.

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