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Misc. Ohio Newspapers

~Perkins Research~


1833: Feb. 1st: The Ohio Repository - Canton, Ohio
On the 21st  Jan., Anson Perkins of Vienna, Trumbulle, O., was killed by the fall of a tree.


1870: Nov. 16th - Western Reserve Chronicle 

Jehiel Perkins  one of the oldest citizens of this county, Mr. Jehiel Perkins, died at his residence in Vienna, on Saturday last, 12 inst., at the age of 89 years.  He came to this county sometime previous to 1810, and carried the mail from Warren to Pittsburgh, during 1810, which, owing to almost the wilderness condition of the intervening country, was a tedious and trying task. Mr. Perkins served his country in the war of 1812.  He has left a widow in the 82d year of her age.


  1880: Aug. 25th - The Marion Daily Star - Marion, Ohio

The Rev. Henry Perkins, DD, an aged Presbyterian minister, died recently at Allentown, PA. He was born in Vermont in 1796, graduated from Ohio university and Princeton theological seminary, and was pastor at Allentown forty-three years, retiring from active service in 1863.


1926: June 14th: Hamilton Evening Journal - Hamilton, Ohio

Paris, Kentucky - Sanders Perkins, 73 years old, died at his home on the Hume and Bedford Pike, following an illness of several weeks. He is survived by his widow, and four sons; Allie Perkins, Paris, KY; Harry Perkins, California; Lucien Perkins and Howard Perkins, Bourbon Co., KY, a sister, Mrs. Jennie Clary, Lewis Co., KY and a brother, Thomas Perkins, Hillsboro, KY.