However, the county is fortunate in having a file of newspapers running back for nearly eighty years, and these proved to be of inestimable value to the historian in getting first-hand information. Ottis Adams — The Shirk Family — Educators — Marie Louisa Chitwood — Elizabeth Conwell Smith Willson — Ida Hustcd Harper — • Other Prominent Women. 428 Blooming Grove Township — 138 Assessor's Returns 267 Churches 433 138 Natural Features 139 139 142 139 139 Blue Creek Canal __ - - 249 RIhp l imestone _ _ 72 Board of Justices 233 73 Boundaries, Original, of County 78 Boundary Changes. 1913 268 Ranks _ __ _____ _ 323 196 248 225 Centennial Celebration 227 Churches 419. 522 Postoffice 222 School Teachers 406 Schools __375. 46Z Interesting Events 136 Draft of 1862 308 Natural Features 134 Butler Township- Mills 136 Officers _ 138 Population 132 Settlement — 134 Butler's Run 522 C California Fever ]_8Q Canals 248 Capitals of Northwest Territory and of Indiana 54 Capitol Building, State 54 Carolina Settlement 157 Catholic Churches , 462 Catholic Knights of America 4Z4 Catholic Order of Foresters 422 Cedar Grove — Assessor's Returns 268 Business Interests 151 Canal Interests 153 Churches 152, 4ZZ Incorporation 153 Physicians 269 Platting 152 Postmasters HA Cemeteries 225 Census of Northwest Territory 44 Census Statistics 81 Century of Growth, A 52 Ceylon 522 Changes in State Constitution 52 Children's Home 134 Chitwood, Marie Louisa 559 Christian Churches 448 Churches of Franklin County 413 Circuit Court. 82, 235 Circuit Judges 244 Civil War, Franklin County in 222 Civil War, Indiana in the. Common Pleas Court —232, 234 Congressional Delegates, Territorial 42 Connersville 522 Connersville Township 110, 121 Constitution, State, Changes in_.52. _ 49 Dentists 2Z3 Description of Soils 64 Distilleries 182, 205 Division of 1800 44 Doctors 269 Domestic Science Club 252 Draft of 1862 208 Drewersburg 133 Drift Deposit 23 Duello in Brookvillc, A 537 Dunlapsville 530 £ Eagles, Fraternal Order of 251 Early Fairs .1 2M Early Territorial Settlers 39 Earthworks, Ancient 20 Eastern Star, Order of the 341 Edinburg 520 Educational History of County ..119, 151. 370 Educational System of Indiana 61 Election of 1816 English Claims to Territory 34 Enoch burg ..167. 453 Explorations, First 23 F Fairfield — Business Interests 163 Churches —440, 448, 459 Doctors ._ 162, 269 Fires 162 Platted 161, 530 Fairfield Township — Area . 351 Fraternal Societies 338 Free and Accepted Masons 338 Ml French and Indian War 35 French Claims to Territory 34 French Settlements 34 G Geology 63 /German Methodist Church 434 Glacial Drifts 64 Government, Territorial 40. Unfortunately, the first records of the county are missing and there is no way of telling what the limits of the first townships were, although it seems certain that Brookville. There is no way of know ing how many people lived in Franklin county when it was organized on February 1. It is fair to presume that there were at least five thousand people in the county: the census of 18 15 credited the county with 7.370 people and a voting population of 1.430. The voters of Franklin county exercised their rights of franchise for the first time in the state of Indiana, August 5, 1816. In the spring of 18 1 7 four of Brookville's lawyers got tangled up in a series of arguments, which finally brought them before the bar of justice. Eggleston were the first pugnacious couple to stage an encounter. It is impossible to write history without records, and the absence of the early records of Franklin county necessarily left a gap which had to be filled from traditional accounts. CHAPTER XXII— FRANKLIN COUNTY MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE BECOME FAMOUS 555 Men Prominent in Politics and Public Life — Judges of the Supreme Bench Military Men — J. Reminiscences of 547 Brookville — Assessor's Returns. Brookville — Library 224 Lighting System 216 Location lfl3 Lodges 338 Mills 201 Municipal Affairs 214 Name 153 Newspapers 482 Officers 216 Paper-making 206 Physicians 269 Planing Mills 203 Platting of -193. First 83 Commissioners' Court 233 y Google HISTORICAL INDEX. 473 Conventions, Constitutional 52, 84 Coroners 242 Corydon, the State Capitol 54 Cost of Roads 246 Counties in 1799 43 Counties, Organization of 51 County Assessors County Auditors 23£ County Commissioners 239 County Commissioners, First 82 County Military History 275 County Office Buildings 108 County Officials 238 County Recorders 239 County Seat 29 County Treasurers 238 Court House History 102 Courts of Franklin County 232 Court Procedure, Changes in 82 D Darlington 529 Daughters of Rebekah _ 344 Defunct Towns 531 Delegates to Congress, Territorial. The organization of the various town- ships of the county is given in detail in the separate chapter dealing with the townships. Not all of their lashings were inflicted by their tongues, since it appears from the court records that their fists were frequently called into action. Loveisrespect is a nationwide initiative supporting and guiding youth through the difficulties of young adult relationships.Their highly trained advocates offer support, information, and advocacy to young people with questions or concerns about their dating relationships.CINCINNATI – Jerry Smith, 50, of Brookville, Indiana, was sentenced to 65 months in prison, ordered to pay ,406,950.65 in restitution to victims and ,412.70 in restitution to the IRS for his role in an investment scheme that ensnared approximately 72 investors in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Stewart, United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, Dugan Wong, Inspector in Charge, U. Postal Inspection Service, and Denise Rocawich, Acting Special Agent in Charge, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation, Cincinnati Field Office (IRS), announced the sentence imposed yesterday by Senior U. Smith also admitted that he engaged in obstruction by creating fictitious trading statements and providing them to federal agents to impede the investigation and cover up the fraud. Smith admitted that he engaged in a mail and wire fraud conspiracy in connection with a scheme to defraud investors in City Fund and Dunhill, two bogus “day trading” entities which were nothing more than bank accounts where investors’ funds were deposited and then spent by Snelling and Smith.
You won't find Ball State listed in his official biography though, because Mc Millin left the school in the spring of 1996 after members of the baseball team accused him of stealing from the parking lot fees.Smith issued himself a monthly payment from City Fund Advisory, LLC.He made checks payable to his corporation, Smith’s Realty and Insurance.Often, trauma or emotional problems can make someone feel as if they were living in a nightmare with no one to help. This forum covers Brookville, IN local community news, events for your calendar, and updates from colleges, churches, sports, and classifieds. Give us your feedback on government issues or coverage from TV stations and Radio networks in your area.The accident killed Tom Marsh instantly, but his pregnant wife, Diana, survived long enough to give birth to a stillborn baby girl before dying the next day.