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Andrew P. Kouns Sr. and wife, Hannah Hisey Kouns
Andrew P. Kouns Sr. and wife, Hannah Hisey Kouns
 
 
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Andrew Pennell 'Bud' Kouns
Andrew Pennell "Bud" Kouns
 
 
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Angie Elkins
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Anna Sedan Milich center, her son, Stanley, and his family.
Anna Sedan Milich center, her son, Stanley, and his family.
 
 
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Anne (Spencer) Barzelona
Anne (Spencer) Barzelona
Anne Spencer, daughter of Cora Cox and Ed Spencer 
 
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Anne Mae Martin Greenlee
Anne Mae Martin Greenlee
 
 
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Aras Bishop Cox
Aras Bishop Cox
 
 
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ARION - operated by Sallie Bay Smith and Family.
ARION - operated by Sallie Bay Smith and Family.
While speaking of Sallie Bay Smith, it of interest to state that she was the mother of six children. She was long active in the operation of the ferry at Proctorville and her children followed in her footsteps. Her two sons, Capt. George W. Smith, Sr. and Capt. Ed Smith (both deceased) operated ferry boats at Proctorville. First the Whisper and later the Arion. They knew the river and served the public faithfully many years. Of the four girls were Josephine Smith Roush, Hattie Smith Morrison, Virgie Smith Thomas and Fritz Smith Kitts.  
 
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Armina Gibbs wife of Dr. Ira Goff Profitt
Armina Gibbs wife of Dr. Ira Goff Profitt
I may have this linked to the wrong Ira Profitt
She may be the mother of this Ira Profitt. 
 
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Article about Rev. John Rankin
Article about Rev. John Rankin
Found in the Press Gazette, Hillsboro, Ohio July 26, 1960. 
 
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Bank Note signed by Oscar Richey
Bank Note signed by Oscar Richey
 
 
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Bedroom in the John Campbell House
Bedroom in the John Campbell House
Ironton, Ohio 
 
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Belle Nixon daughter of David Nixon
Belle Nixon daughter of David Nixon
Description: the picture is Belle

James B Powers
jbpowers@mac.com  
 
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Big Andy Ridge School circa 1904
Big Andy Ridge School circa 1904
Wonder if they all knew they were related? 
 
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Bill Brubaker
Bill Brubaker
 
 
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Bill Cox and son, Colin.
Uncle Bill worked for the L&N Railroad.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Bill Cox son of Lydia Cox
Bill Cox son of Lydia Cox
 
 
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Birth Certificate as well as an affidavit for a name change.
Birth Certificate as well as an affidavit for a name change.
 
 
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Birth Certificate for Ruby
Birth Certificate for Ruby
at this point in time no name has been given. however the date shows it as Ruby 
 
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BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
BONANZA - owned by the Bay Brothers
Other boats built by the Bay's were: "J. C. Crossley," "Rosedale," "City of Ironton," "Minnie Bay," "Louise", "Chevalier," "Lizzie Bay," "Henry M. Stanley," "Ruth," "Ruth #2," " "Chesapeake," "Kanawha," "Bay Queen," and the "Greyhound." Some of the other boats owned and operated by the Bay's were: "A. L. Norton," "Falcon," "B. T. Enos." "Georgia," "Hanging Rock," "Sandy Valley," "Urania," "Nora Belle," (also a mail boat) "Fannie Dugan," "Greenwood," "Bay Line," "Virginia," "Queen City," "Stella", "Katie," "Bonanza," and the "Volunteer." The Bay brothers were the most prominent steamboat men ever to live in Lawrence county. They were known all over the western waters as the leading steamboatmen on the Ohio River. They built, owned and operated more than 40 boats during their more than 50 years in the steamboat business, building some of the largest and fastest boats on the River.  
 

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