LEONARD L. MITCHELL, farmer and mechanic, was born near Derby, Perry Co., Ind., October 25, 1849, and is one of eleven children in the family of John B. and Mary A. (Yates) Mitchell, both natives of this county. The father who is a farmer and mechanic lived on the same tract of land for sixty years. In 1873 he went to Missouri, where he remained eight years, at the end of which time he returned to the place of his birth. He has been three times married, and is the father of fourteen children. Leonard L., received a common school education, and remained at home working on the farm until becoming of age. After marriage he located on a farm in Tobin Township, where he remained one year. He was then engaged in building flat-boats, wagon-making and blacksmithing, at Brewerís Landing and Tobinsport until 1881, when he bought the farm of 120 acres, upon which he has since resided. He stil continues to work at his trade in connection with his farming. February 11, 1872, he married Phoebe A. Mosby, a daughter of Charles Mosby, born April 30, 1850. They have two children, Zoa Belle and Ella Jane.

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MICHAEL MOGAN, Esq., commissioner of Perry County, was born in Meade County, Ky., August 11, 1833. He was reared at home, but on account of the meager facilities, received only a limited education. At the age of sixteen he began flat-boating on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and continued for several years. November 6, 1860, he married Mary E. Avis and located on the farm where he has since resided. Mr. Mogan began life a poor boy, but by energy, industry and close attention to business, he has accumulated considerable property, and is now the owner of 997 acres of land. In politics he is a Democrat, and is one of the leading men of his party in this county. He was for many years justice of the peace, has been trustee of the township, and is now serving his second term as county commissioner. Both he and wife are members of the Catholic Church. They have nine children, John H., a druggist in Derby, William M., Mary V., Janie, Stella, Charles, George and Francis. Mr. Mogan is a a son of Edward Mogan a native of Ireland, who came to the United States when a youth and located in Louisville, Ky. He married Jane Brown and began his career as a farmer in Nelson County, the same State, where he remained about five years. He then resided in Meade County until about 1842, when he came to this county and bought a farm of 120 acres in Leopold Township, where he lived until his death in August 27, 1857. His widow died in July, 1849.

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DR. JOSEPHUS MYERS of Rono, is, as were also his parents, a native of Perry County, Ind. He was born November 18, 1850, being one of five children of Isaac W. and Elizabeth Myers. The father was a successful farmer and a life-long resident of the county, having died July 29, 1863, on his farm near Little Oil Creek. The mother preceded her husband about the year 1853. Having been cast upon his own resources at an age when boys most need the fostering care of a parent, our subjectís early life was filled with many of the adversities orphans usually receive. After his fatherís death he lived with his until William about fifteen years, assisting on the farm, and working out at times of neighboring farmers. In 1870 he began school teaching, continuing this profession about four years, in the meantime having begun the study of medicine. He was under the instruction of Dr. L.H. Murphy for two or three years, and in 1875 entered the medical department of the Louisville University, which graduated him in June 1877. For three years after graduation, Dr. Myers practiced at Rono, and from that time to 182 was located at Derby. Since then he has been in Rono, where he has a good and successful practice. As an independent Republican in politics he was elected township trustee in 1884, and is the present incumbent of that office. March 7, 1882, Dr. Myers married Anna G. Smith, a native of Louisville, Ky., and by her is the father of two children, Belle and John L.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Union Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


JAMES H. RIDDLE was born in Crawford County, Ind., June 24, 1827, and is one of ten children in the family of John and Mary (Baker) Riddle, natives of Maryland and Kentucky respectively. The father served as a soldier in the war of 1812, and immediately afterward went to Kentucky where he married. He removed to Indiana and located in Crawford County, and later came to Perry County, where he bought a farm upon which he lived until his death in October, 1838. he mother remained on the farm with the children until she too died September 4, 1857. James H. was an infant when his parentís came to Perry County. He remained at home with his mother until becoming of age, when he assumed control of the farm, and in connection followed flat-boating during the winter. About 1855 the homestead was divided and he received 120 acres for his portion. He has added to this until he now has a farm of 200 acres, well improved. February 12, 1856, he was united in marriage with Catharine Goad, a daughter of William Goad. They have four children, Jesse W. (now editor of the Hendricks County Republican), Betty, John W. and Clora C. In politics Mr. Riddle is a Republican, and was formerly a Whig, having cast his first vote for Zachary Taylor.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Union Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


JOHN SPENCER, one of the enterprising and progressive young men of Union Township, was born May 5, 1857, in Perry County, Ind., and is one in a family of eight children, six sons and two daughters, born to the marriage of Jarred Spencer and Susan Aloy, the former being a native of Kentucky and the latter of this county. At the time of his marriage Jarred Spencer was living in Perry County, and for about eighteen years resided in Anderson Township, where he was engaged in agricultural pursuits. In 1873 he purchased a farm in Section 25, Union Township, where he died January 14, 1882. Mrs. Spencer is yet living on the home farm in this township. John Spencer was reared to manhood by his parents, receiving only a common school education, and October 7, 1880, united in matrimony with Mary, daughter of Leonard and Martha Metz, by whom he is the father of two children, named Nora and Frederick. Since marriage Mr. Spencer has been farming on the old place and as a farmer he takes much pride in the improvement of his property, which is one of the best farms in the township. He is a Democrat in politics, and an honorable, upright citizen.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Union Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


REV. CHARLES F. BILGER, present pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross, in Oil Township, was born October 15, 1857, at Altbreisach, Baden, Germany. He came with his parents to America, September 20, 1876, being the only son in a family of the following named children, born to Vincent and Caroline (Fietsch) Bilger: Therese, Manika, Mary Philomena, Bertha, Charles F., Carolina and Ida. Two of three daughters are now inmates of the Ingrubohl Convent in Switzerland. The mother died in Germany, July 17, 1871, and five years later the father, together with his family, immigrated to the United States and settled at St. Meinrad, Ind. Since August, 1880, Mr. Bilger has resided with the subject of this sketch, where he is now located. Father Charles Bilger was liberally educated in the schools of his native country, taking this theological course at St. Meinrad, in this State. He was ordained to the priesthood at Indianapolis, July, 1880, by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Chatard. Father Bilger was appointed to his present pastorate soon after he was ordained and it was mainly through his instrumentality and enterprise that a church was here established.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


PETER CLUTINGER was born in Jefferson County, Ky., January 7, 1827 being the son of Peter and Catharine (Bence) Clutinger natives of Loraine and New Bavaria, Germany. They came to America in 1817, and were married in New Orleans, La., and soon after settled in Kentucky, and in 1816 located in Floyd County, Ind., where they reared their family. Our subject after his fourteenth year did for himself, and resided in Kentucky until the age of twenty-three. He then lived in Harrison County eleven years, and in 1861 located in Oil Township, where he now owns 385 acres of fertile land, mostly improved, with good buildings. he has done a large boating business for eight years. He is a Republican in politics and belongs to the order of Masons. He was united in marriage to Miss Angeline, daughter of John and Sarah (Brooks) Campbell, of Clark County, Ind., and natives of North Carolina, January 17, 1849, and to this union nine children have been born, viz.: Winfield S., James A. (deceased), Bertha M. (deceased), Oliver P.M., Emma A., Hiram J., and Charles B. Mrs. Angeline Clutinger was born May 28, 1826. Mr. and Mrs. Clutinger are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is one of the substantial farmers of Perry County. He is a good citizen and neighbor.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


JESSE CUNNINGHAM, whose birth occurred June 21, 1836, is a native of this county and one of the following children born to Alexander and Nancy (Archibald) Cunningham: John K., William (deceased), Charles A. (deceased), Susan (who married Rev. Simon Van Winkle), Mary (now Mrs. Rev. J.K. Haskins), Sarah (who wedded Rev. J.C. Van Winkle), Nancy (now Mrs. Alonzo Hicks), Amanda J. (now Mrs. Solomon Mitchell), and Jesse, the latter being the fourth son. The parents were natives of Virginia and Kentucky, were married near Vincennes, Ind., and settled in Clark Township, this county. They soon (1838) located in Oil Township where they lived until their respective deaths. They were Baptists, and the father served as justice of the peace, and was captain of the State militia for many years. Our subject remained with his parents until their deaths and is yet on the old farm. February 18, 1858, he married Martha E., daughter of Thomas J.C. and Sarah (Nix) Bradshaw, and to this union two children have been born as follows: Sarah A. and Nancy J. (deceased). Mrs. Cunningham died October 3, 1863, and February 18, 1866, he married Louisa, daughter of William and Lydia (Crist) Hicks. They have had three children: John William, Carmi S. and an infant (deceased). His second wife died April 20, 1873, and March 6, 1881, he married Mrs. Lavina (Lay) Cissel, who has borne him two children: Jesse L. (deceased) and Norman W. Mr. Cunningham is a farmer and a blacksmith, owning 30 acres. He is a Democrat, has been trustee and county appraiser, has been in county and state conventions and is prominent in the Baptist Church.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


LOUIS P. DUPAQUIER is a native of Louisville, Ky., where he was born December 24, 1849, being the oldest son in a family of seven, five living, viz.: Louis P., Louisa (now Mrs. Grayson Falkenborough), Catharine ( who married John Falkenborough), John A.L., and Emile, born to John and Mary (Shoppie) Dupaquier, natives of France and Switzerland. They were married at New Orleans, and soon after located in Louisville where they remained several years. He moved and located in Oil Township in 1852, where he bought land and remained until his death, June 24, 1864, aged sixty-three. His wife is still living. They were Roman Catholics. Our subject was reared by his parents and received a fair education. He was married to Miss Salastine, daughter of Anthony and Mary (Mullagy) Humbert, and to this union six children were born, viz.: John A., Edward A., Benjamin E., Joseph L., William L. and Mary L. (deceased). Mrs. Salastine Dupaquier was born December 16, 1853. Mr. Dupaquier and his brother Emile are now engaged in general merchandising and in the lumber business on his farm. Our subject owns 303 acres of fair land, partially improved. He is a Democrat in politics. He and his wife are members of the Catholic Church. He is a substantial citizen.

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HIRAM ESAREY was born April 10, 1813, being the third child in a family of twelve, all living to be grown, viz.: Benjamin M., Matilda (who married Wyatt Pearson), Hiram, Reason, Jesse C., Isaiah H., Felix, Jonathan D., Verona (who married Isaac Misner), Nancy A. (now Mrs. Benjamin Carmickle), Jacob, and Mary (who married Simeon Shirkcliff), born to Jonathan D. and Sarah (Shaver) Esarey, natives of Kentucky. They came to Indiana about March, 1812, and settled in Oil Township, where they continued until their deaths. They were Baptists in religious faith and were among the first settlers and substantial farmers of Perry County. Our subject continued at home until his marriage. He only acquired a limited education. He was married to Miss Sophia Walker October 10, 1834, and to this marriage nine children were born, viz.: William M., Eliza J. (now Mrs. John S. Frakes), Matilda (now Mrs. James S. Frakes), Mary A., (who married Greyson Frakes), Sarah (deceased), Elvira, Martha E., (who married Joseph Harp), Francis E., (deceased), and Nancy (now Mrs. Fillmore Horton). Mrs. Sophia Esarey was born January 28, 1810. Mr. Esarey has retired, having farmed in Perry County forty-nine years. He now resides in Branchville where he owns property. He and wife were pioneer members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is a Republican in politics and belongs to the Order of Masons. Mr. Esarey probably did what but few others have done, viz.: to make forty-nine continuous crops and make a full summerís work in each. The parents of our subjectís wife were Robert and Delilah (Phillips) Walker, who were married in Green County, Ky., and in about 1812 settled in Perry County, Ind. Robert Walker was the first man who died in Oil Township.

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JACOB ESAREY, is a native of this county where he was born August 17, 1829. He is the eleventh child in a family of twelve born to Jonathan D. and Sarah (Shaver) Esarey. He was reared and educated by his parents, and continued with them until about twenty-five years old, and received a fair education from the schools of his day. He was united in marriage to Miss Barbara Ann, daughter of Andrew and Malinda (Falkenborough) Elder, residents of Pike County, Ind., November 6, 1851, and to this union eleven children have been born, viz.: Sarah F. (now Mrs. John Howe), James J., Jesse D. (deceased), John A., Henry A., Malinda A., Minerva G., Eva E. (now Mrs. John A.L. Dupaquier), Thomas G., Mary E. and Porter H. Mrs. Barbara A. Esarey was born July 28, 1832. Mrs. Esarey makes farming a specialty. He owns 217 acres of land, mostly improved. He is a Republican in politics and is well and favorably known and esteemed as a citizen and neighbor.

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JOHN C. ESAREY is a native of this township, born December 14, 1841. In his fatherís family were twelve children, eleven as follows: Mary E. (who married John W. Ewing), John C., Sarah (who married Absalom C. Miller), Jonathan D., Hiram M., Jacob A., Felix E., Jesse B., Susannah (now Mrs. John W. Frakes), James H. and William D. The parents were Jesse C. and Susannah (Hughes) Esarey, the father being a native of this county and the mother of Harrison County, this State. They were married in Crawford County and soon after came to this county, where they lived until their respective deaths. They were prominent people and members of the Methodist Church. John C. remained at home until his marriage with Barbara Ewing, daughter of Samuel and Maria (Falkenborough) Ewing, February 12, 1862. Nine children have been born to this union as follows: John E., Solomon H., Mary J., Marilla L. (deceased), Charles S., Marcus L., Rosaltha E., Olive J. and a son yet unnamed. Mrs. Esarey was born July 27, 1840. Mr. Esarey owns 450 acres, is a Republican and served the township as trustee from 1872 to 1876. In 1864 he enlisted in Company G., Fifty-third Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, and was honorably discharged June 1865. In 1863 he was commissioned adjutant of the Fifth Regiment of Legion of Gov. Morton.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


JOHN S. FRAKES is a native of Perry County, and was born January 27, 1834, being the oldest in a family of two, viz.: John S. and James S., born to Greyson and Mary (Shoemaker) Frakes, who were natives of Kentucky and Indiana. They were married in Perry County, where the mother still resides. The father died April 2, 1870. He was born in February, 1809. The father came to Perry County with his father, John Frakes, in 1814. He was one of the prominent citizens and farmers of Perry County. Our subject was reared and educated by his parents and remained at home until his marriage, securing a liberal education. He was united in marriage to Miss Eliza J., daughter of Hiram and Sophia (Walker) Esarey, residents of Oil Township, Perry Co., Ind., September 9, 1855, and to this union seven children have bee born, viz.: Mary, deceased; Serrepta A., who married Thomas J. Deen; Martha R., now Mrs. John William Sprinkle; Malissa A., now Mrs. Thomas Gibson; Sarah A., deceased; Emma H., who married Charles W. Van Winkle, and Theodore H. Mrs. Eliza Jane Frakes was born May 24, 1837. Mr. Frakes is now engaged in general merchandising, carrying dry goods, groceries, and in connection a complete line of drugs and medicines. He is also postmaster, which position he has held since April, 1876. He has an extensive business. He is a Republican in politics, and belongs to the order of Masons. He and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


JOHN P. GEORGE is a native of Belgium, where he was born March 10, 1848, being the fourth son and ninth child in a family of ten, viz.: Frank, Margaret (deceased), Nicholas, Susan (now Mrs. John Kauffman), Jane (who married Anthony Franchville), Ann (deceased), John N., Catharine (deceased), John P. and Frank J., born to Peter and Margaret (DeVillez) George, native of Belgium, Province of Luxemberg, where they were married in 1825. They immigrated to America in 1863, and located in Oil Township, where the father died February 8, 1881. He was born in Hachy in 1803. His wife is still living on the old homestead. She was born June 2, 1804, in Nobresart. The parents are Catholics in faith. Our subject was reared and educated by his parents, and at the age of eighteen entered college at St. Meinrad, where he remained three years. This part of his educational expenses was met by himself. He has made teaching a specialty until in 1882, at which time he came home and took charge of the home place, since which time he has given his attention to farming and real estate business, doing most of it in this part of the county. He is the owner of sixty acres of good land, well improved with good buildings. He is a Democrat in politics. He is a gentleman well and favorably known throughout the county. Our subject has visited France, Germany, Holland and England five different times since his majority, and made his first trip in our centennial year.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


THOMAS J. GIBSON, is a native of Crawford County, Ind., where he was born September 20, 1852, being the oldest son in a family of nine, viz.: Sarah B. (deceased, who married James H. Eaton), Thomas J., Berthena, (now Mrs. Marshal Land), Charles S., John W., Rovilla, (now Mrs. John W. Rolnson), Edward (deceased), Martha E. and James V.M.B., born to William J. and Malinda F. (Shields) Gibson, natives of Kentucky and Indiana. They were married in Crawford County, where they reared their family and still reside. They both are members of the Christian Church, and farmers by occupation. His father, Johnson Gibson, was one of the pioneer settlers of Crawford County, and lived to be one hundred and ten years old. He was a native of Virginia, and served in the war of 1812. Our subject was reared by his parents and received a limited education. He, at the age of seventeen, commenced educating himself and at the age of twenty-four had acquired a good academic education. He has followed teaching school every winter since his majority, up to the spring of 1884, at which time he was elected township trustee on the Republican ticket, which office he still holds. He has cleared the township of debt, and now has a surplus for furnishing the schools of the township with improved fixtures. He is a Republican in politics and belongs to the order of Masons. He is the owner of 115 acres of land, mostly well-improved. He was united in marriage to Miss Melissa A., daughter of John S. and Eliza J. (Esarey) Frakes, of Branchville, March 28, 1875, and to this union two children have been born, viz.: Cora May, born December 2, 1880, and Oscar Blaine, born August 30, 1884. Mrs. Melissa A. Gibson was born December 22, 1860. She is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


HENRY F. LYNCH, is a native of Crawford County, Ind., where he was born February 4, 1844, being the oldest son in a family of four children, viz.: Henry F., Sarah L. (who married Louis Morgan), John (deceased), and George J., born to Jeremiah and Mary E. (Doolittle) Lynch, natives of Crawford County, Ind., and Lower Canada. They were married in Crawford County. The father died in Arkansas where the mother now resides. Our subject remained at home until the age of thirteen, at which time he went to this grandfatherís, Samuel Doolittle, where he remained until his enlistment in the service, having received a good common school education. July 16, 1861, he enlisted in Company H, Twenty-third Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and re-enlisted in the same company and regiment, January 5, 1864. He was discharged at Indianapolis on July 29, 1865. He was in all the engagements of his regiment, except the battles of Shiloh and Fort Donelson. Returning home he began to farm, which he now follows. He was united in marriage to Miss Mary E., Daughter of Levi and Rachel (Hedges) Murphy, September 13, 1865, and to this union six children have been born, viz.: John L., Olive J., Charles E., William J., Estella M. and Jeremiah. Mrs. Mary E. Lynch was born February 6, 1848. Mr. Lynch makes farming and running machinery a business. He owns 100 acres of land well improved. He and wife are members of the United Brethren in Christ Church. He is a Republican in politics.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


FREDERICK W. MARTING, is a native of Hanover, Germany, where he was born October 6, 1843. He is the son of John H. and Isabelle (Knauper) Marting, who came to America in 1847, and stopped at Pittsburgh, then at Jackson Furnace, Jackson County, Ohio, and then in New Hampshire Furnace, Greenup Co., Ky. From thence they moved to Jackson Furnace, Ohio, where they remained several years. They then farmed in Scioto County, Ohio, for about twelve years, after which they located in Portsmouth, Ohio, where they entered into the mercantile trade and are still doing business. The mother died in the winter of 1877. They were both members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Our subject was reared and educated by his parents and remained at home until his marriage, securing a liberal education. He was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of John and Condel Craper, March 8, 1866, and to this union have been born eight children, viz.: Uriah W., Samuel H., Charles F., Mary A., Martha I., Noah F., Nathan A., and Amos A. Mrs. Elizabeth Marting was born September 7, 1847. Mr. Marting makes farming and stock raising a specialty. He owns 300 acres of fertile land, fairly improved with good buildings. He is Independent in politics and religion. He is one of Perry Countyís most respected citizens.

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ABSALOM C. MILLER, a native of this county, was born March 24, 1844, being the oldest of nine, viz.: Absalom C., Hinton, Rhoda M. (who married William T. Walters), Mary Ann (now Mrs. Robert Hughes), Sarah ( who married Commodore Dixon), Elizabeth J. (now Mrs. David H. Sprinkle), Amanda (deceased), and John, born to John J. and Ruth (Carr) Miller, who were natives of Kentucky. They both came to Indiana with their parents, and were married in Perry County, in February, 1843, where they have remained until the present. They now reside in Oil Township, and are farmers by occupation, owning good property. They are prominent citizens. Our subject was reared and educated by his parents, and remained at home until his marriage, having received a liberal education. He was united in marriage to Miss Sarah, daughter of Jesse C. and Susannah (Hughes) Esarey, residents of Oil Township, Perry County, November 27, 1862, and to this union eight children have been born, viz.: Rhoda E. (who married George A. Saddler), infant son (deceased), Lucy J., John M., Martha E., Mary A., Angeline, and Letetia. Mrs. Sarah Miller was born September 3, 1843. Mr. Miller now makes merchandising a specialty. He, in company with Jesse G. Frakes, carries a large stock of dry goods and groceries at Branchville. Mr. Miller does a large business in logs and staves. He is a Republican, and has served the people as township assessor seven years. He belongs to the order of Masons. His wife belongs to the Methodist Episcopal Church.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


R.K. QUINLIN, is a native of this county, born October 16, 1854, the son of Thomas and Julia (Roach) Quinlin. He was reared and educated by his parents, and commenced to battle with life for himself at the age of sixteen. He worked at saw milling and flat-boating until the age of twenty-two, when he returned home, and February 14, 1880, was united in marriage with Josephine, daughter of John J. and Elizabeth (Rhodes) Jones, and to this union four children have been born as follows: Mamie, Bertha, Ellen and John. Mr. Quinlin makes farming and stock-raising his business, and now owns a farm of 240 acres, 100 of which is improved. He and wife are Catholics, and upright citizens and good neighbors. In politics he is a Democrat. His father once owned a portion of the land where Tell City now stands. His parents were pioneers of Perry County. Mrs. Josephine Quinlan was born December 6, 1863.

"History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana - Oil Township" by Goodspeed Bros. & Co. - published in 1885


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