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The Cleveland Gazette was an African American newspaper published in Cleveland, Ohio.  The first issue was in August of 1883, and the last one in 1945.


Fresh News: What Our People of the Buckeye State Have Been Doing the Past Week

The above title is the name of a section of the paper containing the cities & towns from which correspondents sent news during the given week. Contributors should keep edits/submissions in date order.

November 26, 1898: Painesville, Youngstown, Cedarville, Glendale, Lorain, Coshocton, Delaware, Sandusky, Youngstown, Newark, Middleton, Lockland & Wyoming, Piqua, Hamilton, Washington C. H.


Buckeyes/Fresh News Chronicled: Letters From Many Ohio Towns Sent by Our Own Writers

The above title is the name of a section of the paper containing the cities & towns from which correspondents sent news during the given week. Contributors should keep edits/submissions in date order.


November 14, 1908: Bradley, Smithfield, Cadiz, Hamilton, Youngstown

 

Community Visitors

Visitors are constantly coming to town for a variety of reasons.  Many have a connection to the community--perhaps having lived there at one time and returning to see friends or family.  They can offer valuable clues in identifying extended family members.  Individuals below with an * appearing in front of their entry indicates that they are visiting family.  Contributors should keep edits/submissions in date order within each community.  When you are the first to create entries for a community, please put it in alphabetical order.  For example, if you are adding Mansfield, place it between Lorain and Troy.  

Visitors to the community of Lorain

May--1893
27th
Mrs. L. A. Davis* of Fremont
Mrs. Alice Robinson* of Wellington
Mrs. M. Simmons* of Oberlin

Visitors to the community of Troy

May--1893

6th
Mitchell Coles of Ludlow
Robert Gordon & wife of Pleasant Hill

13th
Mrs. Nannie Moore* of Richmond, IN
Mr. Jones of Piqua

20th
Mr. Waugh of Urbana
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel White* of Pleasant Hill

27th
Mr. Fred Jones* of Ft. Wayne, IN
Harry Crosswhite* of Tippecanoe City


June--1893

10th

Mrs. Anna Merrett of Dayton

Miss Taylor of Dayton

17th

Miss Banks* of Springfield

Miss Linden* of Springfield

H. Stewart & wife of Anna

Professor W.E. Stewart and daughter of Bellefontaine

Mr. & Mrs. Guine of Springfield

24th

Rev D.F. Caliman

Henry Harris of Piqua


 

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