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She wrote for local papers, and the RTHS has a copy of one of her articles, "Resident takes walk down memory lane," printed in the on Jan. In it, she recalled that Englewood was about 300 people when she was born. Main Street, where she and her husband later lived, and she wrote that it was time to leave for school when the traction car "whizzed past our house." She and her friends walked to the three-room school in what is now the Earl Heck Center."Once a mother brought out her first-grade daughter and asked if she could walk with us as she feared the dogs, Aiken wrote.The two men working together made many improvements on the land including a saw mill along Pigeye Creek, a subsidiary of the West Branch. He and Nancy had four children three of whom survived to adulthood: Charles E., Clara and Emma. was running the local hotel under the name of Harrisburg Hotel.
For many years, Mont Free had a mail route from Dayton and operated the Honey House on S. Maud Free was a teacher at Happy Corner Church for a while.
Henry married Sarah Shiltz of Darke County in 1840. RTHS is fortunate to have the attendance book and minutes of the Becker family reunions from the first reunion on August 31, 1902 to the last on June 26, 1977.
His father gave him the saw mill and 24 acres around it where he continued to ply his milling trade. The late Barbara Mc Intosh donated these to the Society. 1902, shows the Berk farmhouse, and Louis Franklin, his wife Mary and children Frank W., Clara F., Mary Alice, Harry Albert and Earl Ralph born between 18. Betz was one of three sons and a daughter born to Frederick Christian Betz and his wife Barbara Frances Maphis who were married by the Rev. Daughter Annie Betz Geiger was born while the family lived on Phillipsburg Pike at Diamond Mill Road.
While growing up, young Henry and probably some of his brothers and sisters attended a nearby subscription school. A century ago, such gatherings were commonplace – now they are vanishing as family members scatter across the country and world.
This most probably was a log school run by Quakers at West Branch. It is easier and less costly now to keep in touch with email, Facebook, and other types of social media.
She concluded that "our town has had a good history." She died in 2000 and is buried with her husband in Fairview Cemetery. Beers, History of Montgomery County, 1882 Randolph Township history recognizes the contributions of many different Becker (Baker) families through the years. John III soon married Rebecca Hart with whom he had five children, Henry (1816), David, Rebecca, Abraham and Annie. 19 school in 1906, i.e., Raleigh, Clifford and Ralph Becker and perhaps even Clarence and Ethel Baker. This hotel went by several names but in 1880 it was called the National Hotel and was owned by Jacob E. His father was Henry Becker who may have been John III’s younger brother who bought a farm of 160 acres in Montgomery County, OH near Liberty (Madison Twp.).