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Photo of the TROUT Family of Fall Creek Twp., Henry Co., IN. Can anyone identify with anyone in the family or perhaps the time? I think it might be Levi Trout. b.1805, VA and his wife Margaret Thompson Trout, b. 1809, VA, and their family. Perhaps at a celebration, maybe 50th Anniversary? They moved to Fall Creek Twp. about 1836. The daughter of Levi and Margaret Trout, Caroline Trout, b. Jun 1826, VA, married Henderson Cummins, and they were pioneers of Henry Co., IN ...Photo courtesy of Martha Kelley

Adams Produce Goods Lewisville, Indiana about 1900 - unsure for certain who is in the photo, was ran by S. B. Adams and sons-in-law Simon Martin and Benjamin Franklin Kiplinger so it's likely them in the photo. The business did many home deliveries and they also operated a chicken hatchery. If any one has any more info on this business please contact me at dtauber@verizon.net ...Photo courtesy of Donna Tauber

Stephen Beacham Adams and the interurban in front of the home he built for his daughter Argolda Adams Kiplinger on the National Road. Photo about 1920 ...Photo courtesy of Donna Tauber

Home that Stephen Beacham Adams built for daughter Argolda Adams Kiplinger located on the National Road between Dunrieth and Lewisville. The house was hit by lightning in 1964 and burned down. The stone benches remain today. ...Photo courtesy of Donna Tauber

February 1835 to 28 Apr 1901 (photo about 1870) Buried Dunrieth Cemetery Married Cuphama Wright on 22 Nov 1855 in Henry County Married Elizabeth Wiggs on 08 Jun 1862 in Henry County Married Elizabeth (Adams) Powers on 04 Jun 1885 in Henry County no known children ...Photo courtesy of Donna Tauber

John Jacob Hoover:
Born: 18 Feb 1874, Henry Co, Indiana
The son of David Franklin Hoover & Mary Catharine Bouslog of Jefferson Twsp, Henry Co, Indiana
Allegra (Fraizer) Hoover:
Born: 28 Dec 1877, Henry Co, Indiana
The daughter of D. F. Fraizer & Rebecca VEACH
Married 10 Aug 1898, photo is from 10 Aug 1943. ...Photo courtesy of Lawrence R. Hoover

The old homestead of the David F. Hoover (1846-1919) family, Jefferson Township, Henry Co., IN (Razed in 1990s) Born in Henry County, IN, in 1846, the son of George (1814-1889) and Catherine Rife Hoover (1810-1900). He was raised a farmer but began teaching at the age of 19. He was married on February 22, 1872 to Mary C. Bouslog (1851-1908), the daughter of Strawther and Piercie (Kerlin) Bouslog. In 1882 he was elected trustee of Jefferson Township. He and his wife were members of the German Baptist church in Henry County since 1876. He was a trustee of the German Baptist Aged Person's Home and Orphanage. In the 1870s he was also Superintendent of (Union) Bethel German Baptist church, which was once, located about two miles north of Sulphur Springs in Jefferson Township. In 1877 he was elected to the first degree of the ministry and later advanced to second degree and was appointed Minister of the German Baptist church in the Southern district of Indiana. To him and his wife were born a family of seven children: Joseph L. (1872-1945), John J. (1874-1944), Grace A. (1876-1879), Charles E. (1880-1967), George H. (1881-1958), Infant daughter (1883-1883) and Paul S. Hoover (1885-1920). David and Mary Hoover along with several family members are buried in the old Bethel German Baptist church cemetery in Jefferson Township, Henry County, IN. ...Photo courtesy of Lawrence R. Hoover

The Worth Museum that was located in Springport, Indiana at the start of the 20th century was once one of the major tourist attractions in this part of Indiana. ...Photo courtesy of Betty K. Deitrick
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Unknown school in Cambridge City, IN. The little boy with the line under his chin is Charles Reginald Paul, age about 9 years old. Photo c1893 ...Photo courtesy of Mary K. George

On back of postcard addressed to Mr. C. R. Paul, Sedalia, IN. No date. Dear Bro & Sister, received your card of Saturday and were all glad to hear Grace's condition was better. Keep the good work up. Your Bro Roy. Roy and C. R. are the sons of Daniel Paul and Mary Elma Stafford. ...Photo courtesy of Mary K. George

Charles Reginal Paul and Clarence (LNU) grocery man at Cambridge City and across from the laundry owned by Pearl Paul and Will Guyton. ...Photo courtesy of Mary K. George

From L-R: Will Guyton, Joe Paul, Mary Agnes Paul and Prince. ...Photos courtesy of Mary K. George

May 8, 1911 postcard to Miss Marion Paetro, Nashville, TN (Marion is the daughter of Josie Paul Petro and the writer of the postcard is Glenna Paul May, sister of Josie Paul Petro)
May 8, 1911 Dear Marion: Received your letter, was tickeled to get it. Suppose you have got grandmas letter by now. She is coming to see you soon. I will come before long or some time. Will write more some other time. Aunt G
Mary Petro Stoll sent this postcard to Mary Agnes Paul Brant (daughter of Charles Reginald Paul who is Josie Paul Petro's brother) and indicated that the first building on left of postcard has sign - Steam Laundry - This was run by Aunt Pearl and Uncle Will. Third building down on right with the pillars is one of Grandma Paul's old homes. ...Photos courtesy of Mary K. George

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