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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

An Ohio Signature

Who signed this document acknowledgement in Ohio in the 1820s? Bonus points for getting the part after the name.

21 comments:

  1. John Tew Clark part time (minister, magistrate?

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  2. John Frews, clk for clerk, P.L. for Public Law

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  3. John Frew Clk P.T.

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    Deb Stock, UK

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  4. John Freid Clk P.T. (Clerk Pro Tempore)

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  5. I'll give it a shot. It looks like John Fries, only because I have a Fries in my own tree. I think he is the Clerk of the Justice of the Peace?

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  6. John Frew, Clk (clerk?) P.T.

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  7. John Frew, Clerk of Prothonatory
    submitted by Donna Cuillard

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  8. John Frew, Clerk of Prothonatory
    submitted by D. Cuillard

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  9. John Fleur, Clerk, Physical Training. P.T. is a military acronym for Physical Training.

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  10. John Frew, Clerk P.T. (part time ) ??

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  11. John Frew, Clerk, P.T. (part time) ??

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  12. John Freed, Clerk P. T. (pro tem.)

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  13. John Frew, Clerk, P (name of) Township

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  14. John Frew, Clerk P T

    (the "PT is for "Pro Tempore")

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