^^ '- "-^yf^ -as well as the infamous memoirs of the Girty \ renegades. S., 2030 Graham, Charles A., 2066 Gramling, Adam, 1636 Gramling, Alice, 1637 Gramling, Hezekiah, 847 Granim, Benjamin A., 1609 Grand Rapids, 640 Grantham, Barfield B., 1127 Graves, Charles H., 483, 678 Graves, Henry F., 2133 Gray, Clarence, 1944 Gray, Harry S., 926 Gray, Peter W., 1419 Gray, William M., 1944 Greater Toledo, inaugurated, 1107 Green, Charles W., 2074 Green county, original settler, 743 Green, William, 387 Greenaway, Thomas J., 1429 Greene, John W., 1046 Greene, The J. Company, 1046 Greenspring, 573 Greenville Treaty, first signatures to, 92 INDEX Gribbell, Fred, 1824 Grimm, Eugene, 768 Groenewold, Bernard, 1438 Gro U Brothers, 898 Gro U, Charles T., 898 Gro U, David J., 898 Gro U, John J., 944 Grosswi Uer, Joseph ¥., 1280 Grosswiller, Joseph F.

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There have been many county histories published, and two or three historical treatises of the Maumee Valley, as well as a number of val- uable histories of the entire State of Ohio, but in no instance, so far as the writer is aware, has there been a separate history of the northwestern section of the state. B., 743 Hall, Harry J., 1929 Hall, Hiram E., 2179 Halleek, Frank D., 1886 Ha Uowell, Linford, 2050 Halsema, John C, 763 Hamilton, Allen Beecher, 701 Hamilton county, 1792 (map), 96 Hamilton, James K., 700 Hamilton, Thomas E., 1668 Hamilton, "William M., 1112 Hammer, Abraham J., 1369 Hammer, Irving H., 1369 Hancock county, 430; enlistments in the Civil war, 264, 265; pioneers, 432; first schoolhouse, 435; lawyers, 439; physicians, 439; courthouse, 440; newspapers, 440 Hancock county bar, 2102 Hanifan, Mathew W., 1986 Hanna, James W., 1261 Hanson, Clifford T., 1162 Hard Hickory, 170 Hardin county, 445; enlistments in the Civil war, 264, 265; pioneers, 446; lawyers, 450; physicians, 450; newspapers, 451; banks, 452; courthouse, 453 Hardin County Democrat, 452 Hardin County Pioneer Association, 454 Hardin County Kepublican, 451 Harding, Warren G., 2266 Harding, Warren G.

From an historical standpoint Northwest Ohio is almost an entity unto itself. (portrait), 289 Hardy Banking Co., North Baltimore, 2054 Hare, Cyrus D., 644, 1881 Harman, William H., 1798 Harmar, Josiah, 57; expedition, 57 Harmon, Simon, 1454 Harmon, William M., 917 Harper, George E., 1694 Harpster, 660 Harrington, N.

He has also attempted to be absolutely accurate in liis statement of historical facts and events, and, where there is a conflict of authority, to f o Uow the one that seems to be the most re- liable. S., 1316 Hoag, Walter W., 1317 Hoch, Charles, 1633 Hoch, Jacob C, 1617 Hocking Valley & Toledo Ea Uway, 259 Hockman, Peter, 1747 Hoerath, O.

Errors have undoubtedly occurred in the work, for such is generally the case even when the greatest care and precaution have been taken. W., 761 Hoffman, Andrew, 947 Hoffman, Charles P., 845 Hoffman, Jacob J., 1748 Hoffman, Mathias, 1637 Hoge, Herman H., 764 Hogrefe, Dietrich, 870 Hogue, F. M., 1926 Hopley, John E., 301, 385, 1910 Hopper, Wmiam R., 2125 Horn, George J., 1631 Hornung, Jacob, 1660 Hornung, Julia W., 1662 "Horton Hall," 1161 Hosford, Asa, 388 Hosford, William, 401 Hosier, A.

M., 1561 Day, James H., 836 Day, John J., 1499 Dayton & Michigan Railroad, 544 Deal, W.

Hart, 1801 Daudt, Christopher, 1124 Daum, Charles H., 2104 Davies, Thomas, 1108 Davies, William T., 1698 Davis, Charles M., 2226 Davis, Eugene L., 1144 Davis, James H., 844 Davis, Eobert K., 1648 Davison, Hamilton, 359 Davison, John, 1810 Dawley, Byron W., 1068 Day, Frank W., 1946 Day, J.

C, 1729 Fitch, Hudson, 1133 Flail, 219 Flatboats, 374 Flax hatchel, 219 Fleming, Clarence L., 1556 Flood of 1913, 571, 594 Florida, 474 Flower Deaconess Home and Hospital, 307 Flower Home for Girls, 308 Flower, Stevens W., 1392 Fogg, Thomas B., 716 Folger, Jacob, 2254 Fo Uett, Albert, 1643 Follett, Emma J., 1643 Foltz, George W., 1979 Foneanon, Hiram H., 901 Ford, George H., 1974 Forest, 459 Forest, clearing of, 217 Fort Amanda, 356, 373 Fort Ball, 110, 590 Fori Barbee, 109 Fort Defiance, 76, 110, 404, 410, 2245 Fort Defiance as Restored (view), 77 Fort Findlay, 432 Fort Findlay, 1812 (view), 107 Fort Findlay, Site of (view), 431 Fort Industry, 100, 335 Fort Me Arthur, 106, 445 Fort Me Arthur Burying Ground (view), 106 Fort Meigs, 475; siege of, 116, 117 Fort Meigs (view), 117 Fort Meigs Monument (view), 637 Fort Miami, 3, 8, 73, 87, 94, 111, 114, 195, 489 Fort Miami (view), 88 Fort Necessity, 107 Fort Recover}', 65, 509, 519 Fort Recovery Bank, 784 Fort Recovery Monument (view), 510 Fort Recovery, Old Flagstaff from (view), 73 Fort Sandoski, 10 Fort Sandoski, Monument Marking Site (view), 133 Fort Seneca, 138, 150, 578 Port Stephenson, Attack on (view), 141 Fort Stephenson, defense of, 132 Fort St.

Heekewelder, John ; Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren Among the Dela- ware and Mohegan Aborigines. (portrait), 178 Finley, James B., Preaching to the Wyau- dots (view), 180 Fire-bugs, 624 Firmin, John M., 1585 First Catholic Bishop of Toledo, 1854 First craft on Maumee River, 244 First large standpipe in the world, 1218 First Methodist service, 306 First National Bank of Ada, 1569 First National Bank of Defiance, 2245 First National Bank of Dunkirk, 816 First National Bank of Elmore, 1475 First National Bank of Fremont, 1344 First National Bank of Oak Harbor, 1584 First National Bank of North Baltimore, 2050 First National Bank of Toledo, 667, 681 First National Bank of Upper Sandusky, 2147 First National Bank of Weston, 2184, 2203 First permanent church edifice, 309 First piano brought to Lower Sandusky, 814 First Railroad in Northwest Ohio (view), 258 First religious services, 303 First symphony orchestra in Toledo, 1087 Fiser, Alice E., 1587 Fishell, William J., 1638 Fisher, Charles E., 1737 Fisher, Charles W., 1629 Fisher, E. Emmet E., 1685 Fisher, John, 1539 Fisher, Magdalena, 1630 Fisher, W.

C, 1928 Der Deutsche Demokrat, 470 Derrick, Gibsonburg, 2112 Desgranges Family, 1752 Desgranges, John W., 1752 Deshler, 473 Detjen, Henry, 723 Detmer, Charles L., 1851 De Tray, Ervin M., 1191 Detroit center for Indians, 25 Detwiler, George K., 1105 Detwiler, Isaac H., 1104 INDEX De Vilbiss, Thomas A., 2251 Diekena, Charles, 185 Dickman, C.

H., 1982 Dean, George C, 2103 Dean, James L., 1319 Dean, William M., 1654 Decko, WUliam M., 952 Dedication of Ohio-Michigan boundary ter- minus, 238 Deer, 68, 375, 417, 615 Defiance, 13, 109, 406, 410 Defiance Banner, 412 Defiance College, 327, 1950 Defiance College Buildings (view), 405 Defiance Company, 264 Defiance county, 239, 404; enlistments in the Civil War, 264, 265; pioneers, 405; forma- tion of county, 407; lawyers, 408; press, 412; churches, 413 Defiance Crescent-News, 412 Defiance Democrat, 412 Defiance Poultry and Pet Stock Association, 2245 Degnan, Peter H., 1279 Degnan, Walter, 1279 De Graff, Henry, 1446 Dehnbostel, William, 868 Dehnke, Henry, 779 Deisler, Louis, 1596 Delph, Otis W., 1751 Delphey, John P., 1120 Delphos, 372; first newspaper, 611 Delta, 420, 427 Delta Avalanche, 423 Democrat Printing Co., 735 Democratic Expositor, Wauseon, 423 Denman, Ulysses G., 483, 677 De Ean, Dennis, 1928 De Ean H.

W., 1617 Evans' map (1755), 6 Evansport, 415 Everett, Clayton W., 1353 Ewald, Josejjh N., 1971 Ewing, Jay D., 1867 Ewing, J.