Pursuant to previous appointment, a large number of old settlers and others met at the court house in Albion June 6, 1874. Meeting called to order by the president, who addressed the meeting at length. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Reports from the townships of Green and Jefferson, of lists of old settlers read and accepted, as follows.
Name and Year Came to Noble County:
Hiram Lindsey 1839, William McDaniel 1837, Daniel Ragan 1837, Ann Ragan 1834, S. S. Bonar 1838, Oliver Strong 1836, Eva Strong 1837, Sophronia Applegate 1836, Anthony Geiger 1838, Sarah Geiger 1835, Thomas Geiger 1838, Jane Geiger 1838, David Bonar 1838, W. D. Bonar 1838, H. A. Bonar 1838, Matthew Bonar 1838, Thomas Young 1837, Olive Kepford 1838, Ann Applegate 1838, Eliza Coe 1837, Harvey Geiger 1838, Ruth Gray 1837, G. W. Eyman 1836, Nancy Hanlon 1836, William E. Bowen 1837, Elizabeth Bowen 1837, Edward Walburn 1837, Jacob Masemore 1837, Alma Weeks 1837, Josephine McWilliams 1837.
John Foster and wife, Elizabeth Foster, Margaret Shauck, John L. Foster, James Thompson and wife, Mannassa Thompson, G. W. Potts, B. M. Potts, H. H. Skinner, Alf. Skinner, Christian Barhan, Louisa Kline, William Inscho, George Inscho, Hugh Inscho, Luther Spencer, Frederick Spencer, Clarissa Spencer.
Sparta Township - names added to
Abraham Gill and wife.
York Township - names added to
G. W. Smith, Charles Wright, Zenas J. Wright, William Crispell and wife, Ann Crispell.
Deaths of the following old
settlers were reported:
James Skinner of Jefferson, aged 76; Henry Kline, Henry Engle, Mrs. Andrews and Abraham Pancake of Perry; Mrs. Elihu Wadsworth and Judge E. Randall of Allen; Ms. Walker and Mrs. Crispell of York; Mrs. Remus Terry of Sparta.
Noble Notes: Kentucky genealogy - five million people, fifteen last names.