Home of George & Edith Dixon
William Tip Deacon Home Boswell Run
Kincade home west of Latham
 
I suspect this home may have been between Waverly and Piketon during building of Rt. 23 in the 50's

Shyville was located at the present site of the atomic plant

 
Hollis S. Reed Store and Post Office in Latham, Ohio
The photo titled "Reed Store and Post Office", would be the store of Hollis S. Reed, merchant in the 1860 census, living in Latham, Mifflin Twp., Pike Co., Ohio. This is my husband's great-grandfather. His son by a second marriage, S. A. Reed, became a merchant and ran a general store in Briggsdale, CO 1910-1935. By 1870 H. S. Reed is a farmer, and dies in Mifflin Twp, Pike County in 1871. His second wife was Jane Moore, who married secondly, Albert H. Moore. I believe her to be the child of Andrew and Melisa Moore but have been unable to find her burial site or any information about her parentage. Information provided by Thelma and Duane Woodard
 
 
Elmer McCallister's Thrashing rig
 
 
 
Threshing on the Roy Ware Farm 2 miles south of Buchanan on Rt. 772 in 1919.

Left to right: Wes Mitchell, Fred Mitchell, Otto DeWitt, William Hamilton, Roy Ware, E. L. Ware, Elmer Newland and the water boy on the mule Sam Pollard

Sioux Post Office existed in the 1890's on the Jasper to Idaho road. The man in the center without coat and with suspenders was Earl D. Parker "Mick" who in his young manhood, later, lost an arm at the shoulder in a saw mill accident. Mr. Parker was for several years Prosecuting Attorney for Pike County. He was considere one of the best trap shooters in the State of Ohio, even handicapped as he was, loading and the wise caring for his own guns and equipment. He was considere one of Pike County's foremost attorneys and his relputation in that field of endeavor was state wide.

If I have the right Parker he was born in 1893 and according to the 1940 census lived at 308 E. North Street, Waverly with his wife Floisse.

Ed Frazier's Store at Dailyville, OH 25 Nov 1971
Deering Grocery in Elm Grove, Ohio was owned and operated by Bob and Aldena Deering. The Post Office was also located in the back of the store.
Sunfish voting house by Sara Kirton January 2014
Eager Inn about 1920 from Nipgen Road View
 
Eager Inn built around 1797 at the intersection of Zane Trace and the Buckeye Trail on the road to Pike Lake near Morgantown (junction of Richardson Hollow Road and Morgan's Fork Road.) It was built as one of the estimated 75 taverns located on Zane's Trace, the route between Zanesville, OH and Marysville, KY
 
 
11 August 2006
photo by Tyrone Hemry
Eager Inn February 2012

photos by Julie Birkhimer

Eager Inn February 2012

photos by Julie Birkhimer

Eager Inn February 2012

photos by Julie Birkhimer

Eager Inn February 2012

photos by Julie Birkhimer

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Old voting place for Sunfish township located on Chenowith Road. Picture taken early 2007. photo provided by Sharon Mason

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