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Delta Queen at the Newport Landing

Last Stop of the Delta Queen at the Newport Landing

Farm For Sale


The following is from the September 23, 1833, Connecticut Courant and was sent to us by Debbie Noland Nitsche


Various Green/Greene Marriages


VARIOUS GREEN(E) MARRIAGES IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO -- Includes notes - Marriages listed in order by the date. Collected and compiled by Debbie Noland Nitsche & Suzy Wetz

Green/Greene Marriages



Meeting of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union of Washington County at Pine Ridge, Ohio Thursday, May 31, 1900 and at Newport Ohio M. E Church Wednesday, - Thursday, July 9-10, 1902




OLD DISTILLERIES - Extracted from "Footprints" by Eileen Thomas


Early Front St in Marietta


Recollections of Some Men of Former Years (A Description of early Front Street) From unknown Newspaper - unknown date: Family records of Capt. Daniel Greene. Submitted by Frank Hall - The [brackets] note where a guess was made in substitution of illegible or missing words. Just outside the north corporation line, long years since, there lived Deacon

Front St Marietta

William V Torner Memoirs


World War II Memoirs of a U.S. Navy Seabee as told to Marlene Morris by William V. Torner in 2007

William V Torner

Dana Sugar Camp


SUGAR CAMP - The Dana Sugar Camp was located behind the Bevan house [in Milltown]. The earliest record of the sugar camp is February, 1823. Five hundred trees were tapped at one time, where thousands of pounds of sugar were made. The older people as well as the young for miles around helped. The trees were bored, the sap collected in troughs and then conveyed to kettles, some boiled down to sugar and the rest to molasses. This continued for days and nights. They would relieve each other for sleep and meals. "Footprints"

The Abicht Family


Earl [Abicht] married Gertrude on April 28, 1919 and started housekeeping at Wade, Ohio, just above Newport... "Footprints"


Heeter Family


Mr. and Mrs. Horace Greeley Heeter came to Ohio from Pennsylvania in 1901 and settled in Newport in 1920... Footprints"


Will of Mary Greene


In the presence of God Amen: I Mary Greene widow of New Port Township County of Washington , State of Ohio, being well in body, sound in memory and understanding so hereby ordain this my last will and testimony.

Will of Mary Greene

Circuit Riding Preachers


From the Ohio Arch. and His. Society Publication, Introduction of Methodism in Ohio, by Rev. I. F. King, D.D. The quotes and summary are provided by Susy Wetz. This is yet another look into life on the frontier.

Circuit Riding Preachers