Historic Mason County Newspapers
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Mason County References in Out-of-Area News Articles
|Murder Account, 1823, Contributed by researcher Martha Richards of Washington State|
|Village Register, West-Union, Adams County, Ohio Tues. 11 Nov 1823 pg 3:|
"MURDER--In our paper of to-day, will be found an advertisement offering 100 dollars reward, for the apprehension of Richard FOWKE, who murdered Henry BALDWIN of Kentucky. A man answering the description of FOWKE, passed through this place last Wednesday evening, in company with a man supposed to be Charles MITCHELL, who was endeavoring to effect the escape of FOWKE, who is his brother-in-law.--They were both on horseback, with a brace of pistols each, and made so short a stay here, that time was not allowed to obtain evidence of his being the murderer. Several persons have since passed through this place in pursuit--MITCHELL, who accompanies him, is a notorious character, and it will be a difficult task to take them, should they be well armed."
"100 Dollars Reward [fragment, completed by transcriber from 25 Nov 1823 issue]---The undersigned will give One Hundred Dollars Reward, with all reasonable charges, for the apprehension and commitment of Richard FOWKE, who on Saturday evening last, wilfully [sic] and deliberately murdered his son, Henry BALDWIN jun. Said FOWKE has for several years resided at Charleston, in Mason county, Kentucky. He is about 5 feet 10 inches high, between 20 and 21 years of age, slender made, round shouldered, dark complexion, fair hair, down look, and possesses a very malignant countenance:--had on when he committed the murder, a gray janes coatee and pantaloons, black fur hat, &c. and has probably taken with him a blue cloth suite of clothes. It is supposed that he will either make for New Orleans, Virginia or Canada. All friends of society are entreated to be on the alert that this foul murderer may be brought to condign punishment. Henry BALDWIN, sen. Mason county Ky. Nov 3 1823."
|Marriage Announcement, 1824, Contributed by researcher Martha Richards of Washington State|
|Village Register, West-Union, Adams County, Ohio Tues. 26 Oct. 1824 Vol. II #72 pg. 3:|
At Maysville, Ky. on Thursday the 14th inst. by the Rev. R. CORWINE, Mr. Hugh J BRENT, merchant of Paris, to Miss Margaret, daughter of Mr. John ARMSTRONG, merchant, of the former place.
|Accidental Death of William Sutherland, 1826, Contributed by researcher Martha Richards of Washington State|
|Village Register Newspaper, West Union, Adams County, Ohio,Tues. 10 Jan. 1826 Vol. III #133 pg. 3 Extracted from Ohio Historical Society Microfilm #34944|
William SUTHERLAND: We learn by the Maysville Eagle, of the 4th instant that this gentleman in company with part of his family, in a carriage, started on a visit to one of his neighbors on Monday the 2d inst. And in descending a hill the horses became frightened and ran off. Mr. S. in attempting to stop them, was thrown from the carriage, which ran over him, and injured him to such a degree that he died on the Wednesday following. The Eagle further adds, that Mrs. SUTHERLAND, after the horses had ran a considerable distance, "caught the reins of the horses, and by an almost incredible effort of strength for a female, she turned their direction, ran them into the corner of a fence, and extricated herself and little son."
|Business Announcement, 1825, Contributed by researcher Martha Richards of Washington State|
|Village Register Newspaper, West Union, Adams County, Ohio. Tues. 18 Oct. 1825 Vol. III # 122 pg. 3 Extracted from Microfilm # 34944 , Ohio Historical Society: "Soap and candle factory: the undersigned tenders his acknowledgments to the public generally, for the support he is hereto for received in the above business, and earnestly solicit a continuance of their favors. He intends continuing the manufacture of Soap and Candles at his present stand, in the large frame house on the corner of second and limestone streets, and opposite the new brick building of Mr. Thomas DUNCAN…|
Maysville, September 21, 1825."
Genealogical Gleanings from the Maysville Eagle
|Articles transcribed and contributed by Kathy Hines, from microfilm rolls of old Maysville Eagle newspapers loaned to her by Gail Childress.|
|me1.txt||Maysville Eagle||13 July 1827||4k|
|me2.txt||Maysville Eagle||27 March 1844||1k|
|me3.txt||Maysville Eagle||17 January 1866, list 1||1k|
|me4.txt||Maysville Eagle||17 January 1866, list 2||2k|
|me5.txt||Maysville Eagle||16 October 1844||3k|
|Articles transcribed and contributed by Kathy Hines, from microfilm rolls of old Maysville Bulletin newspapers loaned to her by Gail Childress.|
|mb1.txt||Maysville Bulletin||31 January 1878||4k|
|mb2.txt||Maysville Bulletin||31 January 1878||3k|
|mb3.txt||Maysville Bulletin||31 January 1878||4k|
Names of Deceased Maysville Citizens Published in the Daily Republican, 1887
|File transcribed and contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by Marvin Hall email@example.com|
|I found this list published in several issues of the 1887 Maysville Daily Republican. The list was headlined, "OUR CITY'S DEAD, Some of the Prominent People Who Have Gone Before."|
"For twenty-five years past a gentleman of this city has kept a register of those of Maysville's citizens who have died. Through his kindness we are permitted to print the list, with the dates of death. An installment of the list will appear in The Daily Republican from day to day until it is completed: I don't have any other information about this list, but offer it for those who may be interested."
A. G. Cox,, March 16, 1864
Genealogical Gleanings from the Harrison County Courier
|From a microfilm owned by Charles Feix, Cynthiana, KY 2002-3 Loaned to Col. Doug Harper, Biloxi, MS, for extraction of data of interest to him. Finished in Aug 2003. Forwarded for use in the KYGenWeb by Sherri Hall, KYGenWeb State Coordinator.|
Guide to contents: Frequency: Weekly; Published: Saturday; Master Neg.# S/99-151
Although this newspaper was published in Harrison County, Kentucky, the articles include many references to events and persons living in the neighboring counties.
|hcc1.txt||Harrison County Courier||21 July 1888||18k|
|hcc2.txt||Harrison County Courier||18 August 1888||12k|
|hcc3.txt||Harrison County Courier||8 September 1888||13k|
|hcc4.txt||Harrison County Courier||22 September 1888||12k|
|hcc5.txt||Harrison County Courier||6 October 1888||16k|
|hcc6.txt||Harrison County Courier||27 October 1888||16k|
|hcc7.txt||Harrison County Courier||22 December 1888||9k|
|hcc8.txt||Harrison County Courier||5 January 1889||10k|
|hcc9.txt||Harrison County Courier||19 January 1889||14k|
|hcc10.txt||Harrison County Courier||2 February 1889||17k|
|hcc11.txt||Harrison County Courier||2 March 1889||16k|
|hcc12.txt||Harrison County Courier||16 March 1889||14k|
|hcc13.txt||Harrison County Courier||20 April 1889||9k|
|hcc14.txt||Harrison County Courier||4 May 1889||12k|
|hcc15.txt||Harrison County Courier||18 May 1889||15k|
|hcc16.txt||Harrison County Courier||20 July 1889||19k|
|hcc17.txt||Harrison County Courier||10 August 1889 (1)||9k|
|hcc18.txt||Harrison County Courier||10 August 1889 (2)||14k|
|hcc19.txt||Harrison County Courier||17 August 1889||15k|
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