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  1. Harry5 Ermentrout DAUGHERTY: Birth: 8 MAR 1870 in Ladoga, Montgomery County, Indiana. Death: 8 NOV 1938 in Indianapolis, Indiana

  2. Anna5 O. DAUGHTERTY: Birth: 1874 in Ladoga, Montgomery County, Indiana. Death: WFT Est 1892-1968 in unknown


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  1880 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 300 - Vol 24, ED 106, Sh 30, L 18) Clark Township, Montgomery Co, Indiana; JOSIAH DAUGHERTY, 43, Miller & farmer, b. OH, father b. "don't know", mother MD; RACHEL, 33, Housekeeping, Ohio/PA/PA; HARRY E., 10, Indiana/OH/OH; ANNA O., 6, IN/OH/OH; ANDRES W., 49, brother, miller, OH/"Don't know"/MD; JAMES M., 38, brother, musician, OH/"Don't know"/MD; JANIE FORTNEY, 44, servant, OH/PA/PA; JAMES GOFF, 21, nephew, farmer, IN/KY/OH; SARAH JOHNSON, 17, border, dressmaker, IN/KY/OH Josiah Daugherty and his older brother, Andrew, were in the flour milling business. They were proprietors of Model Mills, Ladoga, Indiana. Josiah paid another man to serve in the Union Army for him, an acceptable practice in those times. He also graduated from Hannover College in the 1860s. The Daugherty's Ladoga flour mill burned in 1893, and they moved to Bloomington to run a Stave Mill in nearby Spencer, Indiana. They eventually moved back to Ladoga to a house across from the Ladoga Normal School. Josiah and Rachel lived in Clarksville, Mississippi for some time. Matilda Daugherty (Linn) remembered visiting with them near the time of her fourth birthday in about 1908. [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  1880 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 300 - Vol 24, ED 106, Sh 30, L 18) Clark Township, Montgomery Co, Indiana; JOSIAH DAUGHERTY, 43, Miller & farmer, b. OH, father b. "don't know", mother MD; RACHEL, 33, Housekeeping, Ohio/PA/PA; HARRY E., 10, Indiana/OH/OH; ANNA O., 6, IN/OH/OH; ANDRES W., 49, brother, miller, OH/"Don't know"/MD; JAMES M., 38, brother, musician, OH/"Don't know"/MD; JANIE FORTNEY, 44, servant, OH/PA/PA; JAMES GOFF, 21, nephew, farmer, IN/KY/OH; SARAH JOHNSON, 17, border, dressmaker, IN/KY/OH Josiah Daugherty and his older brother, Andrew, were in the flour milling business. They were proprietors of Model Mills, Ladoga, Indiana. Josiah paid another man to serve in the Union Army for him, an acceptable practice in those times. He also graduated from Hannover College in the 1860s. The Daugherty's Ladoga flour mill burned in 1893, and they moved to Bloomington to run a Stave Mill in nearby Spencer, Indiana. They eventually moved back to Ladoga to a house across from the Ladoga Normal School. Josiah and Rachel lived in Clarksville, Mississippi for some time. Matilda Daugherty (Linn) remembered visiting with them near the time of her fourth birthday in about 1908.


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