In the mid to late 1700’s Wayne County, Ohio was mostly forest and trail. There were settlers sprinkled about here and there, but not many had yet moved this far west from the colonies. The Lenape Nation (Delaware) had become somewhat seasonally nomadic due to food needs, tensions with the white man, and the fact …
Buffalo bones? Giant Cedar? Human bones of immense size? All found in Wayne County, Ohio? Ben Douglass says it like this:
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This video covers the Ellsworth/Holliday line from 1755 thru the 1900s. There are quite a few interesting life stories in every family history. These are just a few of the ones I have found in my own branch of the tree.
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Here is part 2 of our Green family tree (Part 1).