John N. Myers: Birth: 14 Jul 1839. Death: 6 Oct 1865
Note: Myers Henry T Myers married a daughter of Colonel Jno Noble He was a merchant with varying fortune for several years his business finally ended in disastrous failure When the Myers brothers failed they were indebted to David Ruffner of Walnut Township Mr Ruffner came to town to look into the matter and made a thorough examination Satisfying himself as to its extent he came to the door took off his hat and at the top of his voice exclaimed As Napoleon said at Waterloo All is lost for the present Henry T Myers was accused of some irregularity in his business affairs and his eastern creditors proposed to arrest him He left Lancaster and was followed to Cincinnati by Sheriff Samuel Ewing and was arrested at his hotel He got permission to see his wife in her room before departing for Lancaster In a short time two women came down stairs and passed out of the hotel One of the supposed women proved to be Myers in his wife's clothing He made his escape and was not rearrested The next heard of him he was in Beardstown Ill Here his wife died and was buried Myers soon thereafter went to California and never returned His daughter went to live with her grandfather Colonel John Noble She became the wife of Edward L Taylor a prominent attorney of Columbus Ohio Centennial History of Lancaster . Centennial History of Lancaster, Ohio, and Lancaster People: 1898, the 100th ...
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