Guernsey County, Ohio
deeds and probate of couples with Noble Co., OH and WV connections. 

 

 

[The following data were published in "The Archer Quarterly" publication of The Archer Association, PO Box 6233, McLean, VA 22106, edited by George W. Archer, (Simon, Stephen, Stephen, Nathan, James I). The Archer Quarterly was published from the Fall of 1982 to the Summer of 1992. It is no longer published.

The editor's father, Simon Archer, was born in Sandyville, Jackson Co., WV 24 Aug 1884, son of Stephen Archer (Stephen, Nathan, James, Patrick) and Helen Josephine Butcher.

The material below was taken from disk files used to publish "The Archer Quarterly." The comments in parenthesis ( ), such as Editor's note, were in the original publication. The material in square brackets [GWA comment:] was added in June 2000 to update or clarify this material drawing on files I have developed since 1974 based on material submitted by Patrick's descendants, published and archival sources. Time did not permit recopying all the data from hard copy. Instead this material is submitted in hopes that Patrick's descendants will share information to supplement and correct what has been published here to support my on-going project to published "The Descendants of Patrick Archer." This is a multi-generational genealogy beginning with Patrick and following his descendants down to the present generation. Presently I have material on eleven generations. If you want more on anything you find her or on any descendant, including non-Archers,
contact:
George Archer,
c/o The Archer Association,
PO Box 6233,
McLean, VA 22106

or email me with your mailing address and a general outline of your descent from Patrick at:
garcher@email.toast.net.

General warning: All of my comments below are based on a 25-year accumulation of ARCHER surname data with an emphasis on the Patrick descendants of which I am one. Data is never complete. Conclusions based on incomplete data are never definitive; there is always room for error of interpretation and of fact (clerical errors, lies, poor memory).

Verify the data and conclusions below with your own research, using original, not published sources. Treat even primary sources with scepticism. Try to get three pieces of evidence for each fact you are trying to prove and compare them to ensure they are not all drawing on the same (flawed) sources. Good luck with your research. Sometimes that's what is needed.
George W. Archer,
former editor, "The Archer Quarterly."
]

 

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Each of the County Sections pertaining to one county contain information about Archers in other counties as noted below.

ATHENS (Includes Noble Co., OH Archers who moved here.)

BELMONT

FAIRFIELD (Includes Noble Co., OH Archers who moved here.)

GUERNSEY (Includes marriages, deeds, and probate of couples with Noble Co., OH and WV connections. Marriages 1897-1904 may be incomplete due to flawed index.)

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO WILLS AND PROBATE 1812 - 1976
GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO DEEDS
GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO SOLDIERS DISCHARGES
GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO BURIAL RECORDS

HANCOCK (Includes information on Archers in Richland and Wood Cos, OH.)

JEFFERSON

LAWRENCE (Includes Noble Co. OH Archers who died here.)

Monroe - No Section - scattered references in other Sections

MORGAN (Includes information on Archers in Richland and Wood Cos, OH.)

Muskingum - No Section - scattered references in other Sections

NOBLE (Includes Noble Co. Archers who went to Cloud and Riley Cos, KS.

Includes Catholic Church Parish records from Belmont Co. that pertained to the Archers in Noble. Until the St. Mary's church in Fulda, OH, was built in 1853, there was no resident priest in Noble Co. Records were kept in the parishes whose priests served Noble Co.)

RICHLAND (This is exclusively material on Joseph (of Patrick's line.)

WASHINGTON (Includes references to Noble Co., OH and Wood and Jackson Cos., WV.)

WOOD (This is exclusively material on Joseph (of Patrick's line.)

FEDERAL RECORDS AND FACILITIES (Arlington Cemetery, Arlington, VA)

 

 

 

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GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO DEEDS

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO SOLDIERS DISCHARGES

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO BURIAL RECORDS

Bk 16, p. 442

Jacob McDonald and his wife Lavina to Mary M. Archer all of Guernsey Co., dated 2 Jan 1871, $425, land in Hartford, lot no. 19. Signed Jacob McDonald, Lavina McDonald. Witnesses: Bailess P. Kackley, James E. Spaid. Widow dower interview by James E. Spaid, J.P. Bk 27, p. 427

Sheriff of Guernsey Co. to Emmis Trott.

Samuel F. Trott filed petition for partition on 5 Oct 1881, in Court of Common Pleas, against Michael S. Trott, John W. Trott, Thomas H. Trott, James W. Trott, Alphelia A. Dudley, Abram Dudley, Catherine M. Dudley, Samuel Dudley, Mary M. Archer, Wilson S. Archer, Asberry Albin, Viola Albin, Charles Albin, Maria Trott. Land being partition was ordered by November Term Court to be sold at auction by Sheriff. Land was sold January 1882 to Michael S. Trott for $11,030 in fee simple. Land located in Guernsey Co.: part of S 1/2 S.4, T. 8, R. 9 beginnng at SW corner of said section, thence N. to a NW corner of SW corner of said section, thence on the quarter section line to the center Wills Creek, thence up the center of Wills Creek to the Seneca Fork of said creek, thence up the center of said Seneca Fork to the N. line of said section ("9" written in pencil), thence W. to the place of beginning, containing 196 13/100 A. Also part of the NE 1/4 S. 9, T. 8, R. 9 (described) containing 2 45/100 A.

GWA comment: Heirs of Enoch Archer (Joseph, James, Patrick)]

Bk 28, p. 174-175

Henry T. Baker et al to Enoch Archer

Henry T. Baker and Mary, his wife of Guernsey Co., to Enoch Archer, dated 15 Apr 1882, $450 land in Valley Twp, Guernsey Co., town lots nos. 1 and 2 in addition of Hartford layed out John Secrest. Signed: Henry T. Baker, Mary Baker, Stanton Selby. Witnesses: John C. Coffman, George W. Frye.

 

Bk 29, p. 198

Enoch Archer to Leander B. Hollenbeck

Enoch Archer and Elizabeth, wife, of Wood Co., WV to Leander B. Hollenbeck, dated 29 Nov 1882, $650, land in Valley Twp, Guernsey Co., town lot nos 1, 2 in addition of Hartford layed out John Secrest. Signed: Enoch Archer and Elizabeth Archer. Witnesses: David D. Johnson, Patrick V. Dolan. Widow dower interview by David Johnson, Notary Public in Wood Co. WV 29 Nov 1882.

[GWA comment: Enoch (Joseph, James, Patrick) and third wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Dement. Enoch died in 1884 and is buried in Limestone Hill Cem. Wood Co., WV. Eliabeth d. 15 Apr 1913, Parkersburg, WV.]

 

Bk 43, p. 207

Melissa Archer et al. to Minerva Oliver et al.

Melissa Archer and Simon Archer, her husband, Margaret Enos,

George Enos, her husband, Wesley M. Oliver and Eliza M. Oliver, wife of Wesley Oliver, conveyed for $1 to Minerva Oliver and Eliza Oliver quit claim unto Minerva and Eliza for land in Richland Twp, Guernsey Co., OH. Land described as: part of NW 1/4 of S. 12, T. 8, R. 9, being NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 S. 12, T. 8, R. 9, containing 40 A. also part of NW part of NW 1/4 S. 12, T. 8, R. 9, containing 1/2 A. Signed: Melissa Archer, Simon (X) Archer (Simon of Simon), George Enos, Margaret (X) Enos. Witnesses: B.F. Penn, Martha Penn. Witnesses for George and Margaret Enos: Elmer King, Van B. Craig. Signing and witnesses were in Noble Co., OH. Widow dower interviews by B.F. Penn on 25 Jun 1891 and Van B. Craig on 1 Aug 1891.

[GWA comment: I cannot identify this Simon and Melissa, and there is no Simon (of Simon) anywhere in Noble Co., OH or other adjacent county records to identify this couple. The other names are all Noble Co., OH people including Benjamin F. Penn who was a Notary in Stock Twp, Noble Co. The people named "Enos" used an alternative spelling for Enoch/Enochs/Enix, etc. I don't see any connection between Margaret and George Enos or Minerva and Eliza Oliver with the Archers. It seems to have been a direct land transaction and not a passage of property among relations. The same Oliver's appear in a separate transaction in Bk 115, pp. 297-299. The only Melissa married to an Archer I can find is Weeden who also is present in Guersney Co. and died 20 Dec 1918 and is buried in Northwood Cemetery, Cambridge, OH.]

Guernsey Co., OH Deeds

Bk 49, p. 511

Mary M. Archer et al. to Friend G. Campbell

Mary M. Archer and Wilson S. Archer, husband and wife of Putnam Co., (Ohio?) to Friend G. Campbell, dated 16 Jan 1895, $800, land in Hartford, Guernsey Co., town lot no. 19 of the original plat for Hartford. Witnesses: Charles F. Anderson, J. Werner, in Putnam Co., OH. Widow dower interview by Jacob Werner 16 Jan 1895.

[GWA comment: Wilson Archer (Enoch, Joseph, James, Patrick)

Bk 51, p. 215-216

Samuel M. Burgess, a single man of Cambridge, OH to J.S. Archer and Stanley Sullivan, dated 10 Jun 1895, paid $120, land in Cambridge Twp, Guernsey Co, lot no. 215 in the Fair Ground Addition to the town of Cambridge. Signed: Samuel M. Burgess.

Witnesses: H.W. Luecock, John D. Stewart.

p. 217

John S. Archer paid to Stanley Sullivan $50 as a quit claim on lot 115 for Fair Ground Addition to the town of Cambridge, dated 24 Oct 1895. Signed: Stanley Sullivan. Witnesses: N.W. Brooks, Thomas Wiseman. Signed and witnessed in Washington Co., OH.

p. 271

Jeramiah Miley and Nancy M. Miley, wife, of Guernsey Co., to W.D. Archer, dated 9 Dec 1895, $475, Lot no. 13 of Fourth Addition to Point Pleasant laid out by Henry C. Robins. Signed: Jeramiah Miley and Nancy M. Miley. Witnesses: Anne E. Law, Adam Davis.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

p. 444

William D. Archer and Nora Archer, husband and wife of Guernsey Co. to William L. Harwood, dated 16 Feb 1895, $260, lot no. 34 in Markley Fairnew Addition to the town of Point Pleasant, Guernsey Co. Signed: William D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: Samuel McClery, Adam Davis.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 53, p. 413

Martha A. Chandler and Elza Chandler wife and husband to William Archer, dated 25 Feb 1897, $660, land in Guernsey Co. 25 A. parcel of land off N. end of E. 1/2 lot or 1/4 no. 24 in the third 1/4 of second Twp and 3rd Range of U.S. Military Lands being in the estate of Jacob Kimber, deceased, which the Chandlers inherited from him. Signed: Martha A. Chandler and Elza Chandler. Witnesses: W.S. Heade, E.W. Mathews.

[GWA comment: William S. Archer 1858-1912 who md. Mary J. Barnett. This property appears in Bk. 127, p. 25-26 as part of William's estate settlement.]

Bk 56, p. 238

Charles F. Taylor and Ollie, wife, to William D. Archer, Samuel O. McCleary, dated, $175, lot no. 2 in Point Pleasant, Pleasant City. Signed: Charles F. Taylor and Ollie. Witnesses: Alice Taylor, O.R. Taylor.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

 

Bk 57, p. 259

W.D. Archer and Nora, wife, of Valley Twp, Guernsey Co., to S.O. McCleary, dated 12 Dec 1898, $250, undivided half of lot no. 13 in the Fourth Addition to Point Pleasant town laid out by Harry C. Robbins, known as Pleasant City, OH. Signed: William D. Archer, Nora Archer. Witnesess: P.P. Larrick, O.R. Taylor.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 60, p. 335

D.S. Burt and Lucinda A. Burt, wife, to Edgar Archer, dated 24 Mar 1900, $95, military lot no. 1 in third quarter of township 1, Range 3, Jackson Twp, Guernsey Co., 1/5 A. Signed: D.S. Burt and Lucinda A. Burt. Witnesses: A.S. Larrick, J.A. Hoopman.

[GWA comment: Edgar Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 61, p. 267

Elizabeth Kackley and Thomas Kackley, her husband to Lester Archer and Mary Belle, wife, dated 31 Jul 1900, $540, lot no. 2 Joseph Dyson's First Addition to the town Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: Elizabeth Kackley and Thomas E. Kackley. Witnesses: Alex Teel, V.H. Wheeler. Signed and witnessed in Noble Co., OH

Bk 65, p. 160

Lester Archer and Mary B., wife of to O.R. Taylor all of Pleasant City, dated 16 Sep 1901, $275, town lot no. 2 Joseph Dyson's First Addition to the town Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: Lester Archer and Mary B. Archer. Witnesses: H.E. Metheney, L.S. Garver.

[GWA comment: Lester Bliss Archer (Joseph, Michael?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 68, p. 177

C.E. Laywer and Lizzie, wife, to Joseph C. Archer, dated 11 Apr 1902, $750, lots 15, 16 in Siegfrieds Addition to the city of Cambridge. Signed: C.E. Laywer and Lizzie Lawyer. Witnesses: W.W. Stewart, George Waxler.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 178

J.H. Duffey and Lizzie, wife, to Joseph C. Archer, dated 11 Apr 1902, $375, lot no. 39 Duff's Addition to West Cambridge, in T. 2, R. 3 and quarter Twp 3, 1 1/2 A. Signed: J.H. Duffey and Lizzie Duffey. Witnesses: Lulu Haines, W.W. Stewart, R.W. Lindsay.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 419

Elisha Archer and Elizabeth Archer, Madison Lafollette and Eliza A. Lafollette, Board of Trustees of the First Wesleyan Methodist Church, Hartford, OH, dated 4 Aug 1902, $575 to Thomas J. Robins, land in Valley Twp, Guernsey Co., 36 ft front, 42 ft. deep from SW corner of in-lot no. 9 in David Secrest's Addition to the town of Hartford, Guernsey Co., OH. Signed: Elisha Archer and Elizabeth Archer, Madison Lafollette and Eliza A. Lafollette. Witnessess: D.B. Waddell, L.S. Garber.

[GWA comment: Elisha (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

 

Bk 72, p. 406

William D. Archer and Nora and Samuel O. McCleary and his wife, Cora, to Isaac J. Watson, dated 17 Jan 1903, $1900, lot no. 2 in Point Pleasant. Signed: William D. Archer, Nora Archer, Samuel O. McCleary, Cora McCleary. Witnesses: Lizzie M. Trott, L.S. Garver.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 73, p. 490

Jeremiah Bond and Sarah J., wife, and J.N. Bond and Dora, wife, to James M. Archer, Eliza Montgomery, Sarah E. Montgomery, dated 2 Apr 1903, $4500, in Londonderry Twp, Guernsey Co., NW 1/4 S. 12, T. 10, R. 7, Steubensville lands, 152 A. excepting small graveyard in the S.E. corner thereof. Ownership interest divided: James 1/2, Eliza and Sarah having 1/4 each. Signed: Jeremiah Bond, Sarah J. Bond, J.N. Bond, Dora Bond. Witnesses: Isaac Hyde, J.S. LePage.

[GWA comment: The same property changes hands again in 1904. See Bk 82, p. 383. James' conections to the Bonds and Montgomery's if any would help identify the ancestry of James. If the private cemetery still exists, this is a roadmap to it. It would be located within sight of State Route 962, just 2.5 miles southwest of Fairview in Oxford Twp. The legal land description puts it in Oxford, not Londonderry Twp. If this is a clerical error, the cemetery would be in S. 12, T. 11, R. 7 and would be visible just west of State Route 98 in T. 11.]

Bk 78, p. 371

Lewis Whorton of Cambridge to J.C. Archer, dated 11 Apr 1904, $1000, lot no. 7 in Siegfrieds First Addition to Cambridge, which was bought by Whorton by back taxes with an outstanding loan for $400 to be assumed by Archer. Signed: Lewis Whorton. Witnessess: Joseph B. Ferguson, George Moore.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 373-374

J.C. Archer paid $1 quit claim to the Camdridge Loan and Building Co. for their interest in lot no. 7 in J.B. Siegfrieds First Addition to Cambridge, OH, dated 11 Apr 1904. Signed: C.M. Hogue, president Cambridge Loan and Building Co. Witnesses: Odessa Odeselm.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 81, p. 61

Imma F. McCulloch to C.M. Simons and J.F. Archer, dated 8 Oct 1904, $1116, Willson Twp, Guernsey Co., parcel part of SW 1/4 S. 1, T. 1, R. 2 in U.S. Military District (described- features, limits, adjacent land owners, how McCulloch acquired by inheritance). Signed: Imma F. McCulloch. Witnesses: A.R. McCulloch, Minnie McCulloch.

[GWA comment: This could be my typo or misinterpretation for I.F. Archer (below), Bk 84, p. 311 who was in business with C.M. Simons as Simons &Archer.]

Bk 82, p. 383

Deed of Conveyance - Sheriff to T.L. Dunlevey

Deed dated 16 Feb 1905. On 4 Nov 1904 Sarah E. Montgomery filed petition for partition of property to sell land vs. James M. Archer, et al. Oct Term court ordered a Sheriff's sale. Sold on 28 Jan 1905 to T.L. Dunlevy for $3700. Land located in Londonderry Twp, Guernsey Co. NW 1/4 S. 12, T. 10, R. 7, Steubensville lands, 152 A. excepting small graveyard in the S.E. corner. Witnessess: W.A. Carfreiter(?), Clara Lynn.

[GWA comment: The same property as cited in Bk. 73, p. 490. Because this is a partition deed, it implies that Archer, Montgomery's and Bond's have a family connection. The legal land description puts it in Oxford, not Londonderry Twp.]

Bk 83, p. 27

Thomas B. Towner and Jula M., wife, to Weedon Archer, dated 21 Mar 1905, $1000, 1 A. 80 poles in Cambridge Twp, (described) beginning in center of road opposite center of road leading from National Road to the town of Senecaville, thence W. along the center of the National Road, 13 rods, thence S. 18 1/2, thence E. 13 rods to the center of Senecaville Road and thence N. along center of the road 18 1/2 rods to place of beginning. Signed: Thomas B. Towner and Julia M. Towner. Witnessess: Robert T. Scott, A.R. McCullock.

[GWA comment: Weeden (James, Joseph, James, Patrick). Weedon md. Melissa Smith 14 Oct 1868 in Noble Co., OH, moved to Jackson Co, WV by 1872 and remained there until at least 1904 as he was elected Justice of the Peace for Grant Dist from 1901 to 1904. He moved to Cambridge by 1905 and died there being buried in Northwood Cemetery, Cambridge, OH.

This kind of cross-river migration between Ohio and West Virginia was typical for a large number of Archers beginning about 1872. Cheap land in WV and Kansas attracted them. Better jobs drew them to the larger urban centers of Cambridge, OH and Parkersburg, WV. So research on this family should cover both sides of the Ohio from Wheeling, WV south to Athens, OH.]

 

 

Bk 84, p. 311-313

Archer and Simons, Bankrupt to James Bell, Trustee

Bankruptcy proceeding no. 1271 in US District Court for Southern District of Ohio in the matter of I.F. Archer and C.M. Simons, partners trading as Archer & Simons, a partnership. Hearing held at Cambridge, OH 30 May 1905. At the hearing James Bell was named trustee and issued a bond for $25,000. Signed: G.D. Dugan, referee in Bankruptcy. Recorded 15 Jun 1905.

[GWA comment: See Bk 81, p. 61 above for J.F. Archer and C.M. Simons, who appear to be identical to those in this entry.]                                    to Imma F. McCulloch

Bk 92, p. 102

Frank E. Boyd and Lettie L., wife, to Sarah C. Archer, dated 3 Oct 1906, $1 in Cambridge, lot no. 1 , T. 2, R. 2, in Cambridge south of Relay Ave. in Pauley's First Addition to Cambridge.

[GWA comment: Sarah C. Archer, wife of Absalom (Stpehn, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 93, p. 194

S.H. Shroyer and wife, E.J., to William Archer, dated 14 Jun 1907, $300, lot in 1/4 Sect. 17, third quarter T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Dist., 162 A. Signed: S.H. Shroyer and E.J. Shroyer. Witness: William S. Daugherty, Joseph Keepers.

[GWA comment: William S. Archer 1858-1912 who md. Mary J. Barnett.]

 

p. 572

Enoch N. Lees and wife of Hanover Twp, Washington Co., PA to W.D. Archer of Pleasant City Valley Twp., Unity, Guernsey Co., dated 6 Aug 1907, $775, land in Pleasant City Valley Twp., lot no. 12 in Fourth Addition of Pleasant City, Guernsey Co. layed out by Henry C. Robins. Signed: Enoch N. Lees, Mary J. Lees. Witnesses: R.W. Chriswell, C.W. Lees.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

p. 634 Entry 14957

Patrick Archer and Clementine, wife to Lindley M. Rossiter, dated 25 Aug 1891, $80, 43 1/2 A. in Guernsey Co., NE of NE 1/4, S. 23, T. 1, R. 1. Signed: Patrick Archer and Clementine Archer. Witnesses: John N. Youngblue, J.R. Youngblue.

[GWA comment: Patrick Archer (Simon, Michael, James, Patrick) and Clemtine Rossiter. Their 6 Sep 1875 marriage in Noble Co., OH lists her as Clementine Archer, but Martin Archer in his "Genealogical History...", p. 47, lists her as Clem Rossiter. Her maiden name is verified by an obituary of their daughter Rosa. The couple sold out in Guernsey Co., OH, went to Center Twp, Noble Co., OH and then left for Clifton, Washington Co., KS where they lived until their deaths.]

Bk 96, p. 351-352

H.C. Robins of Westerville, Franklin Co., OH to W.D. Archer and Edgar Archer of Pleasant City, Guernsy Co. dated 5 May 1908, $1700, lots nos. 14 and 15 in Fourth Addition of Pleasant City, Guernsey Co. layed out by Henry C. Robins. Signed: Henry C. Robins, Sarah E. Robins. Witnessess: W.H. Montz, Walter Schrock.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

Bk 96, p. 365-366

J.H. Dilley and Hanna J. Dilley, wife of Guernsey Co., OH to J.H. Buckingham, J.R. Landaman, J.H. Barrow, Jay Whitmore, J.C. Archer, trustees of the church house of the Church of the United Bretheren of Christ, appointed by the Quarterly Conference of Cambridge Church, located in Glassplant Addition, Cambridge, OH, east of Ohio Annual Conference purchased on behalf of the church, dated 2 May 1908, $400, lots nos 3 and 4 in East Cambridge. Signed: J.H. Dilley and Hanna J. Dilley. Witnesses: J.H. Barrow, J.H. Buckingham, A.R. McCullock, C.A. Flannigan.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 98, p. 224

J.C. Archer, a married man to Martha J. Archer, wife of J.C. Archer, dated 24 Oct 1908, $200, lot no. 11 in Brown Heights Addition to the township of Cambridge. Signed: J.C. Archer. Witnessess: R.C. Thatcher, W.W. Stewart.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 100, p. 330

Charles L. Campbell to J.E. Archer, dated 8 Jun 1910, $50 to executors of the estate of Isaac Morton of Franklin Co., OH, for lot no. 71 of Woodlawn Addition in Guernsey. Signed: Charles L. Campbell, A.R. Murray, executors. Witnessess: E.C. Carnes, F.C. Carnes.

 

Bk 103, p. 409

William Archer and Mary J. Archer, wife to Chalmers S. Archer, dated 5 May 1910, $125, part of a lot quarter S. 17, in third quarter of T. 2 and R. 3 U.S. Military Lands, in Guernsey Co. Signed: William Archer and Mary J. Archer. Witnesses: Mrs. Doll Somers, W.W. Stewart.

[GWA comment: William S. Archer 1858-1912 who md. Mary J. Barnett.]

Bk 104, p. 134-135

Imes Gadd, administrator of the will and for estate John Gadd to Naaman Archer, dated 22 Jul 1910, $800, Cambridge Twp, Guernsey Co., part of 4th quarter, T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands, 5 A. and 3 1/4, A. Signed: Imes Gadd, administrator, de bonis non, with the will annexed of the estate of John Gadd, deceased. Witnesses: Robert T. Scott, Edda M. Johnston.

[GWA comment: Naaman Archer (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

p. 136-137

John A. Gadd and Ida Gadd to Naaman Archer dated 22 Jul 1910, $1, quit claim for Cambridge Twp, Guernsey Co., part of 4th quarter, T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands, 5 A. and 3 1/4, A. Signed: John A. Gadd and Ida Gadd. Witnesses: A.S.T. Johnston, Frank Valentine.

[GWA comment: Naaman Archer (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

Bk 106, p. 120

A. Archer and Sarah C. Archer, wife to Frank L. Jacobs, dated 25 Mar 1911, $825, in Cambridge, OH, lot in quarter twp 3, T. 2, R. 3, Military Lands in Rainey's First Addition, 11/100 A. Signed: William Archer and Mary J. Archer, A. Archer and Sarah C. Archer. Witnesses: Angie B. Duffey, T.R. Deselm.

[GWA comment: Absalom Archer (Stephen, James, James, Patrick). It is odd that William Archer (1858-1912) and Mary J. Archer also signed suggesting a family connection, yet Absalom's father, Stephen (James, James, Patrick), had no known son called William S. They had a William H. b. c. 1852 and a Miles b. c. 1858.]

 

Bk 106, p. 25

W.A. Hunt and Bertha Hunt, wife, to J.O. Archer, dated 25 Jan 1911, $375, lot no. 4 in Cambridge, Orchard Grove Addition. Signed W. Hunt and Bertha Hunt. Witnessess: H.P. Woodsworth, J.W. Smallwood.

[GWA comment: Joseph O. Archer son of Josephus/Joseph C. (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

 

p. 120

A. Archer and wife, Sarah C. Archer to Frank L. Jacobs, dated 25 Mar 1911, $825, land in Cambridge City, part of 1/4 S. 3, T. 2, R. 3, north of U.S. Military Lands (description of lots in town omitted here). Signed: A. Archer, Sarah C. Archer. Witnesses: Angie B. Duffey, T.R. Deslem.

[GWA comment: Absalom Archer (Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 191

Amos H. Ross and Anna B. Ross, wife to Sarah C. Archer, dated 18 Apr 1911, $675, land in Cambridge, lot no. 9, Cosgrove's First Addition to Cambridge Signed: Amos H. Ross and Anna B. Ross. Witnesses: William Clendening, Albie Hollenbeck.

[GWA comment: Sarah C. Archer, wife of Absalom (Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 301

William H. Secrist and R.W.L. Secrist, wife to Leotis L. Archer, dated 14 Jun 1911, $1 for land in Valley Twp, Guernsey Co., lot no. 128 in Barber-McCleland Addition in village of Pleasant City. Signed: W.H. Secrist and R.W.L. Secrist. Witnesses: Calvin Call, O.R. Taylor.

[GWA comment: Leotis L. Archer (Henry, Jacob or George? James?, Jacob?, Patrick?]

 

Bk 107, p. 364

J.S. Secrist to William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, partners, trading as the United States Food Co., dated 16 Apr 1912, $1, quit claim for land in Valley Twp., Pleasant City, SE 1/4, S. 8, T. 8, R. 9. , a lots nos. 3 and 9 in Jackson's Addition to township of Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City, OH. approximately 4A. Signed: J.S. Secrist. Witnesses: Alice Taylor, O.R. Taylor.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 109, p. 28

Cambridge Land and Development Co. to Anna M. Archer, dated, 21 Feb 1913, $335, lot no. 47 in city of Cambridge. Signed T.W. Scott, President and R.V. Orme, Secretary. Witnesses: C. Ellis Warren, Charles S. Sheppard.

[GWA comment: Anna M. Bayer or Byers, wife of Lanta Z. Archer (Weeden, James, Joseh, James, Patrick)]

 

p. 307

L.B. Archer and Mary Archer, wife to William Cross, dated 14 Mar 1913 in Noble Co., OH, $800, lot no. 2 Joseph Dyson's First Addition to Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: L.B. Archer and Mary Archer. Witnesses: John Archer, C.A. Drake.

[GWA comment: Lester Bliss Archer (Joseph, Michael?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 110, p. 130

Wilson L. Reasoner and Mary E. Reasoner to Chalmers Archer, dated 18 Mar 1913, $ 400, Cambridge city a part of 26 A. tract of land in lot 39, R. 3, T. 2, quarter section 3, being the same premises formerly owned by the Independent Savings and Loan Co. of Cleveland. Signed: Wilson L. (X) Reasoner and Mary E. Reasoner. Witnesses: W.H. Chapman, T.R. Deslem.

[GWA comment: Chalmers (Andrew, Michael, Jacob, Patrick)]

 

Bk 110, p. 131

Chalmers Archer and Alice Archer, wife to Mary E. Reasoner, dated 18 Mar 1913, $500, Cambridge Twp, part of half section 17, third quarter of T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands. Signed: Clamers Archer and Alice Archer. Witnesses: W.H. Chapman, T.R. Deslem.

[GWA comment: Chalmers (Andrew, Michael, Jacob, Patrick)]

 

Bk 113, p. 107

L.Z. Archer and Anna M. Archer, wife to Lemuel M. Black, dated 14 Apr 1914, $575, lot no. 47 city of Cambridge, Oakland Place Addition. Signed: L.Z. Archer and Anna M. Archer. Witnesses: C.B. Saviers, T.A. Bonnell.

[GWA comment: Lanta Z. Archer (Weeden, James, Joseh, James, Patrick)]

 

Bk 114 , p. 157

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer, wife to S.O. McCleary, dated 9 Jan 1915, $800, lot no. 12, Fourth Addition to Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: Mabel Archer, C.L. Stranathan.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

p. 164

Leotis L. Archer and Lilly Archer, wife to Aquella H. Gregg, dated 11 Oct 1911,$28.40, Valley Twp, lot no. 128, in Baber- McClelland Addition to Pleasant City. Signed: Leotis L. Archer and Lilly Archer. Witnesses: Alice Taylor, O.R. Taylor.

[GWA comment: Leotis L. Archer (Henry, Jacob or George? James?, Jacob?, Patrick?]

 

p. 269

Joseph C. Archer and Martha J. Archer, wife, to M.L. Spaid, dated 15 Mar 1915, $1, lots no. 7, 15 and 16, Siegfried's Addition to the city of Cambridge. Signed: Joseph C. Archer and Martha J. Archer. Witnesses: C.B. Saviers, T.A. Bonnell. A mortgage was held on the property by Guernsey Building & Loan of Cambridge, assumed by the buyer.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 270

M.L. Spaid and Hannah wife, to Joseph C. Archer, dated 15 Mar 1915, $3300, in Westland Twp, Guernsey Co, NE 1/4, S. 2, T. 1, R. 4, 160A. excepting 20A out of SW corner belonging to George McMillen and 40 A sold to Ida Berry, tract conveyed containing approximately 400 A. Signed: Emmanuel Spaid and Hannah Spaid. Witnesses: T.A. Bonnell, C.B. Saviers, Esdgel (sic) Wilson. A mortage for $1050 held by Guernsey Building & Loan of Cambridge.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 115, p. 131

William W. Hines and Nancy A. Hines, wife, to J.O. Archer, unmarried, A.E. Archer, unmarried; J.H Archer and Iva Archer, wife of J.H.; Henry C. Archer, unmarried; Beulah Archer, unmarried, all being heirs of Joseph C. Archer, dated 15 Mar 1915, $1, quick claim for lot nos 15 and 16 in Siegfried's Third Addition to city of Cambridge. Signed: William W. Hines, Nancy A. Hines, J.O. Archer, A.E. Archer, J.H Archer, Iva Archer, Henry C. Archer, and Beulah Archer. Witnesses: for J.H.and Iva Archer: C.B. Saviers, T.A. Bonnell; witnesses for Beulah: A.E., J.O. and Henry C.: A.T. Saviers, T.A. Bonnell.

[GWA comment: Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick) and Joseph O. son of Joseph C.]

Bk 115, p. 297-299 Case no. 12545

Deed of Conveyance to Ray Enochs for land in Guernsey Co., Richland Twp, NE 1/4, S. 23, T. 1, R. 2. Zanesville lands, 3 A. also half interest in lot in Richland Twp, bound by SE corner along Charles Saltsgaver's line, thence west to a stable west of the Green Briar school house, thence North 100 ft, thence East to Charles Saltsgaver's line, thence South along to said line to place of beginning, including the lot on which Green Briar school house heretofor stood, except coal and mineral rights, also conveyed to Ray Enochs, dated 21 Jun 1915. Witnesses: H.L. Enochs, B.F. Enos.

Property conveyed by N.T. Oliver, administrtor for estate of Minerva Oliver, late of Guernsey Co., carrying out petition for partition vs. N.T. Oliver, W.N. Oliver, Eliza Oliver, Margaret Enos, Margart A. Thompson, Henry Enochs, Mary Barnes, Martha Archer, Columbus Archer, Emily Mallett, Effie Smith, Cecil Franklin, a minor under 14 years of age, Audry Franklin, a minor under 14 years of age, Freda Franklin, a minor under 14 years of age, Hobert Martin, a minor under 14 years of age.

Petition to partition to sell real estate granted 3 May 1915; sold 2 Jul 1915 to Ray Enochs, $87. Approved by the Court, 21 Jun 1915

[GWA comment: The same Oliver's appear in a separate, unrelated transaction in Bk 43, p. 207. The Archer's, Mallet's, Frankin, Barnes and Martin's are children Ananias (Jacob, James, Patrick): Children of Ananias: Mary md ___ Barnes, Martha M. Archer md. William Homer Franklin Columbus Archer, Emily J. md. Homer Mallett, Effie md. Martin Smith and the children of Martha and William Franklin: Cecil, Audry, Freda and Hobert. 

The Enoch connection in this transaction may come through Emma Enochs, Ananias' second wife whom he married 14 May 1876, Noble Co., OH. She may have been a widow. The Oliver connection in this transaction still remains unknown.]

 

Bk 116, p. 238

J.A. Kackley and Rose Kackley, wife to W.D. Archer and Edgar Archer, dated 29 Jul 1913 $85, Valley Twp, part of SE 1/4 S. 8, T. 8, R. 9, 35/100 A. (land located adjacent to land already owned) beginning at a stone at SW corner of land deeded by J.F. Secrist to W.D. Archer and Edgar Archer along the east line or right of way of the Cleveland and Marietta Railroad; thence N 82 degrees E. along the S. line of said line deed by J.F. Secrist to William Archer and Edgar, a distance of 95 feet; thence, S. 20 degrees and 30 minutes W. 313.7 feet to the E. line of the rightof way of the switch leading to the Cleveland and Marietta Railroad to Walhonding Mines; thence, northernly along the said line to 280 feet to place of beginning, containing 35/100 A. Signed: J.A. Kackley and Rose Kackley. Witnesses: William Needs, Edna Stranathan.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 117, p. 135

Lemuel M. Black and Belle Black, wife to Anna M. Archer, all of Cambridge, dated 14 Apr 1914, $2100, lot in Cambridge Twp, .12 A. in Oakland Place Addition to Cambridge. Signed: Lemuel M. Black and Belle Black. Witnesses: C.B. Saviers, T.A. Bonnell.

[GWA comment: Anna M. Bayer or Byers, wife of Lanta Z. Archer (Weeden, James, Joseh, James, Patrick)]

Bk 118, p. 353

S.O. McCleary and Cora McCleary, wife, to W.D. Archer, dated 14 Jan 1915, $400, lot no. 13 in Pleasant City Fourth Addition, now Pleasant city, laid out by Henry C. Robins. Signed: S.O McCleary and Cora McCleary. Witnesses: J.P. Thompson, C.L. Stranathan.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

Bk 119, p. 497

Henry George and Nellie George, wife, to Naaman Archer and Eliza Archer, wife, dated 28 Sep 1917, $800, land in Valley Twp, lots nos 16 and 17 in J.A. Lafollette's First Addition to the town of Derwent, Guernsey Co. Signed: Henry George and Nellie George. Witnesses: J.W. Arnold, G.R. Spaide.

[GWA comment: Naaman Archer (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

Bk 120, p. 59

Naaman Archer and Eliza Archer, wife to John Whitmore and Mary Whitmore, wife, dated 21 Apr 1917, $1300, Cambridge Twp, part of fourth 1/4 of T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands, 5 A. and in same Twp and Range, 5/8 A. Signed: Naaman Archer and Eliza Archer. Witnesses: J.M. Logan, T.R. Deslem.

[GWA comment: Naaman Archer (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

p. 222

J.O. Archer, unmarried, to Clyde and Zola Minto, dated 13 Jun 1917, $600, lot no. 4 in Orchard Grove Addition of Cambridge. Signed: J.O. Archer. Witnesses: John P. Turner, J.K. Young.

[GWA comment: Joseph O. Archer son of Josephus/Joseph C. (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 366

John Young and M. Lillian Young, wife, and William M. Simpson, unmarried, Jessie M. Simpson and Mary M. Simpson, unmarried, to James Archer, dated 23 Aug 1917 in Cambridge City, lot no 18, Turner's Addition. Signed: John Young and M. Lillian Young, wife, and William M. Simpson, Jessie M. Simpson and Mary M. Simpson. Witnesses: A.R. McCulloch, May Haye McFarland.

[GWA comment: James S. Archer (Absalom, Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

 

p. 452

John Hogan and Julia A. Hogan, wife, to Grant Archer and Lizzie Archer, his wife, dated 27 Sep 1917. Grant and Lizzie jointly in tail (sic-entail) to the heirs of Grant Archer land in Jackson Twp, Guernsey Co. being part of a Military Land lot no. 21, T. 1, R. 3, 2 A. Signed: John Hogan and Julia (X) A. Hogan. Witnesses: Blaine Archer, W.W. Stewart.

[GWA comment: Ulysses S. Grant Archer (James, Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

 

Bk 121, p. 490

Chalmers Archer and Alice Archer, wife and to James M. Bernard and Maisie A. Bernard, dated 19 Mar 1918, $200, lot 39, R. 3, T. 2 in quarter township 3, in Cambridge, 26 A. being part of 4 A. Signed: Chalmers Archer and Alice Archer. Witnesses: O.H. Hoge, T.D. Deselm.

[GWA comment: Chalmers (Andrew, Michael, Jacob, Patrick)]

 

Bk 122, p. 324-325

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer, Wife to Edgar Archer, all of Guernsey Co., OH, dated 19 Jul 1918, $1, quit claim for land in Pleasant City, lot no. 14 in Fourth Addition to Pleasant City laid out by H.C. Robins. Conveyed by Robins and Edgar Archer by deed dated 5 May 1908. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: Golden Nicholson, G.R. Spaide.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 125, p. 166

C.T. Secrest and Anna Secrest, wife to W.D. Archer all of Pleasant City, dated 16 May 1919, $1.00 and other considerations, lot no. 8, Fourth Addition to Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: C.T. Secrest and Anna Secrest. Witnesses: J.B. Drake, G.R. Spaide.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 125, p. 444

Frank P. Fulton and wife Laura Fulton, wife to Mary J. Archer, dated 16 Oct 1919, $4600, land in Adams Twp, Guernsey Co., part of R. 4, T. 2, S. 24, SW 1/4, being S. side, 109 20/100 A. Signed: Frank P. and Loare (sic) Fulton. Witnesses: L.A. Gable, H.C. Frame.

[GWA comment: Probably Martha J. Archer, wife of Joseph C. Archer (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 467

Grant Archer and Lizzie Archer, wife and Zella, single and Olla Archer Black, being heirs of Grant Archer and of legal age and William Black, husband of Olla Archer Black to Otto Newnom, dated 1 Sep 1919, $2200, lot no. 21, T. 1, R. 3, 2 A. in Jackson Twp, Guernsey Co. Signed: Grant Archer, Lizzie Archer, Zella Archer, Olla Archer Black, William (X) Black. Witnesses: I.A. Gable, J.B. Schaefer.

[GWA comment: Ulysses S. Grant Archer (James, Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 126, p. 26

Naaman Archer and Eliza Archer, wife to Ida Morrow, dated 7 Apr 1919, $775, Valley Twp, lots no. 16 and 17, in J.A. Lafollette's First Addition to Derwent, Guernsey Co., Naaman Archer and Eliza Archer. Witnesses: Louisa Stone, E.D. Stone.

[GWA comment: Naaman Archer (Nathan, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

p. 289

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer, wife to Benjamin Bugher and Katherine M. Bugher, dated 19 Apr 1920, Valley Twp, lot no. 13 in Fourth Addition of Point Pleasant now Pleasant City. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: Mabel Hughey, G. R. Spaide.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 127, p. 25-26

William Archer, deceased to Andrew Archer, Charles Archer, Mary J. Archer, heirs at law. On 28 Feb 1912 William Archer R.D. 6, Cambridge, OH died intestate leaving the following heirs all residing R.D. 6, Cambridge, OH and portion to each heir of the estate:

Andrew Archer, 21, son 1/2

Charles Archer, 17, son 1/2

Mary J. Archer, 59, wife, dower

Real estate was a 25 A. lot off N. end of the E. 1/2 of lot or 1/4 Sect. of no. 24, third 1/4, of T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands being the object for a petition for partition having been owned by Jacob Gomber, deceased and was owned by his children and heirs, recorded in Deed Book 6, p. 376-386. Also another parcel, being lot or 1/4 section 17, third 1/4, T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands, 162 A., subject to the right of way of the B. & O. R&R Co. containing approximately 3 A. Signed: Andrew Archer, Mary J. Archer. Subscribed and sworn to by the heirs 30 Oct 1919.

[GWA comment: William S. Archer 1858-1912 who md. Mary J. Barnett.]

Bk 129, p. 211

Mary J. Archer, widow to E.A. Hardin and Alice Hardin, dated 14 Feb 1920, $500, Cambridge Twp, part of quarter section no. 17, U.S. Military lands, 6.1 A.: Commencing from a stake on the S. line of quarter section no. 17, being the SW corner of a 5 A. tract of land deeded by Lenora Black and, husband, J.A. Pryor recorded in Deed Book 122, p. 454, thence with the S. line of said section no. 17, N. 84 degrees, 32 minutes W. 624 to the center of Crooked Creek; thence, down the center of Crooked Creek with meanderings to a point on the W. line of the aforesaid 5 A. tract; thence, S. 24 degrees, 24 minutes E. 665.7 feet to beginning containing, 6.1 A. Signed: Mary J. Archer. Witnesses: W.W. Stewart, Edith O. Stewart.

[GWA comment: Mary J. Barnett, widow of William S. Archer 1858-1912.]

Bk 129, p. 217

Andrew W. Archer, unmarried, and Mary J. Archer, widow to E.A. Hardin and Alice Hardin, dated 14 Feb 1920, $1300, 25 A. lot in Cambridge off N. end of E. 1/2 of Lot or quarter no. 24 in third 1/4 Section of T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands of which Jacob Gomber, deceased died owning to and among his children and heirs, recorded in Deeds Bk 6, pp. 376-386, being 1/4 S. no. 17 in third 1/4 Section, T. 2, R. 3, U.S. Military Lands, 162 A., except for B&O Railroad right of way and a parcel sold on 10 May 1910 to Chalmers Archer, recorded in Bk 103, p. 409. Andrew W. Archer conveyed his undivided 1/2 interest in above and Mary J. Archer conveyed her dower interest. Signed: Andrew W. Archer, and Mary J. Archer. Witnesses: W.W. Stewart, Edith O. Stewart.

[GWA comment: Mary J. Barnett, widow of William S. Archer 1858-1912 and her son Andrew William Archer. Chalmers Archer (Andrew, Michael, Jacob, Patrick)]

Bk 132, p. 218

Joseph Alloway, unmarried to James H. Archer and Iva Archer, dated 9 Apr 1921, lot no. 7 in Deet's Addition to Cambridge. Signed: Joseph Alloway. Witnesses: R.M. Wilson, T.R. Deslem.

[GWA comment: James Harrison Archer (Josephus/Joseph C., Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

 

p. 444

J.C. Archer and Martha J. Archer, wife to Joseph O. Archer and Artennis E. Archer, dated 27 Apr 1921, $1250, portion NE 1/4 S. 2, T. 1, R. 4., 40 A. Signed: J.C. Archer and Martha J. Archer. Witnesses: W.W. Stewart, Harry C. Archer.

[GWA comment: Josephus/Joseph C. (Enoch, James, James, Patrick) to sons Joseph O. and Artennis.]

 

Bk 133, p. 377

B.O. Archer and Mrs. B.O. Archer to John Berb, dated 6 Dec 1922, $1, town lot no. 14, Neeland Hub Addition to Hartford, Guernsey Co. Signed: B.O. Archer and Mrs. B.O. Archer. Witnesses: E.J. Blair, L. Nelson Watkins.

[GWA comment: Benjamin Oscar Archer (Thomas, Joseph, Michael, Jacob, Patrick.)]

Bk 134, p. 46

Mary E. Schaefer and James E. Schaefer, husband, to Dr. L.L. Archer, dated 17 Aug 1921, $950, lots 14 and 15 in Carson's Addition to Cambridge. Signed: Mary E. Schaefer and James E. Schaefer. Witnesses: R.M. Wilson, T.R. Deslen.

 

 

p. 79

John W. Little and Inglish W. Little, wife to Edgar Archer, dated 26 Aug 1921, $1, quit claim, Cambridge Twp, lot no. 504 in Oakland Place Plat. Signed: John W. Little and Inglish W. Little. Witnesses: Iris C. Stubbs, L.D. Herrick.

[GWA comment: Edgar Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)

p. 238

Eliza Bell Cater and C.F. Cater, wife (sic) to Earl W. Archer, dated 8 Aug 1921, $1, being undivided 1/2 interest in 50 feet off two tracts of land in Guersey Co., parts of SW 1/4, S. 8, T. 8, R. 9. Signed: Eliza Bell Cater and C.F. Cater. Witnesses: Minnie Wheeler, A.R. Wheeler.

[GWA comment: Earl Willis Archer (Henry, Jacob, George or James?, Jacob?, Patrick?]

 

 

Bk 135, p. 175

Earl W. Archer and Mary Archer, wife to W.H. Larrick, dated 24 Apr 1922, $1, being undivided 1/2 interest in a strip of 50 feet, two tracts of land in Guernsey Co., in SW 1/4, S. 8, T. 8, R. 9. Signed: Earl W. Archer and Mary Archer. Witnesses: Harry L. Stewart, Milton H. Turner.

[GWA comment: Earl Willis Archer (Henry, Jacob, George or James?, Jacob?, Patrick?]

 

p. 209

James H. Archer and Iva Archer, wife to Hiram Moorehead, dated 1 May 1922, $3000, lot no. 7, city of Cambridge, Deet's Addition. Signed: James H. Archer and Iva Archer. Witnesses: R.N. Wilson, T.R. Deseln.

[GWA comment: James Harrison Archer (Josephus/Joseph C., Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

 

p. 353

Thomas Taylor and Catherine D. Taylor to W.D. Archer, dated 10 Jun 1922, $1, lots no. 205, 206, Oakland Place Addition Cambridge. Signed: Thomas Taylor and Catherine D. Taylor. Witnesses: W.W. Stewart, A.T. Saviers.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 136, p. 459-460

Sarah I. Finley, widow; J.O. Finley and Edith Finley, wife; Homer Sigfried and Bessie Sigfried, wife; Henry Finley and Lillian Finley, wife; Charles Finley, unmarried, heirs of Isaac W. Finley, deceased, to James S. Archer and Mamie O. Archer, dated 3 Sep 1921, $475, lot no. 11 Turner's First Addition to West Cambridge, being 60 feet front on National Road. Signed: Sarah I. Finley, J.O. Finley, Edith Finley, Homer Sigfried, Bessie Sigfried, Henry Finley, Lillian Finley, Charles Finley. Witnesses: Frank C. Mackey, W.W. Stewart, J.W. Sigfried, Ethel J.Searn, C.A. Searn.

[GWA comment: James S. Archer (Absalom, Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

Bk 137, p. 239

Edgar and Zepha May Archer, wife to George C. Dunlap and Elizabeth Dunlap, dated 31 Dec 1921, $1, lot no 14, Pleasant City, Fourth Addition. Signed: Edgar and Zepha May Archer. Witnesses: H.L. Stewart, Milton H. Turner.

[GWA comment: Edgar Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

p. 403

Charles A. McBride and Bessie McBride to William D. Archer, dated, $1, lot no. 79, Carson's Addition to Cambridge fronting on 9th St. running back about 150 feet from the front and 50 feet from back of lot, being same premises that the American Sheet and Tin Plate Co. occupied, by deed of 23 Feb 1923. Signed: Charles A. McBride and Bessie McBride. Witnesses: Worthy Dyson, Charles I. Miller.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

p. 419

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer to John Troyan, dated 23 Feb 1923, $5000, lot no. 8, Fourth Addition Point Pleasant, now Pleasant City. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: F.B. Anderson, Milton H. Turner.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 138, p. 5-6

W.D. Archer and Nora, wife; Edgar Archer and Zepha Archer, wife, dated 1 Jun 1922, $1, to S.D. Shepler and Leda E. Shepler, lot no. 15, Pleasant City, Fourth Addition to Pleasant City. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora, wife; Edgar Archer and Zepha Archer. Witnesses: Golden M. Archer, O.M. Hughey, Virginia Osborne, A.R. Wheeler.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

Bk 139, p. 95

Jesse R. Smith and Della Bernice Smith, wife, to Earl W. Archer, dated 7 May 1923, $1.00 and other goods and valuable considerations, lot no. 24 Carson's Addition to Cambridge. Signed: Jesse R. Smith, and Della Bernice Smith. Witnesses: Milton H. Turner, W.D. Archer.

[GWA comment: Earl Willis Archer (Henry, Jacob, George or James?, Jacob?, Patrick?]

 

Bk 140, p. 111

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer to Thomas Tolbert, dated 9 May 1924, $1, lot no. 107, Jacob Spaide's Addition to Pleasant City. Signed: W.D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: L.N. Davis, J.W. Williams.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 140, p. 147

Homer J. Hall and Anna C. Hall, wife to B.O. Archer, lot no. 11, Hartford, dated 1 Mar 1924, $ 1. Signed: Homer J. Hall and Anna C. Hall. Witnesses: E.J. Blair, Mary J. Blair.

[GWA comment: Benjamin Oscar Archer (Thomas, Joseph, Michael, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

p. 331

Joe Thompson and Cora Thompson, wife to W.D. Archer, dated 10 Oct 1925, $1, lot no. 103 1/2 village of Helena. Signed: Joe Thompson and Cora Thompson. Witnesses: C.W. Williams, Sadie Davis.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 141, p. 320

James S. Archer and Mamie O. Archer, wife to Anna L. Shallcross, dated 30 Jan 1924, $1.00 and other goods and valuable considerations, lot no. 18 Turner's Addition to Cambridge City. Signed: James S. Archer and Mamie O. Archer. Witnesses: Fannie D. Brown, W.W. Stewart.

[GWA comment: James S. Archer (Absalom, Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

p. 558

William Stokoe and Mary Stokoe, wife of Pleasant City to W.D. Archer of Cambridge, dated 8 Apr 1924, lot no. 107, Jacob Spaide's Addition to Pleasant City. Signed: William Stokoe and Mary Stokoe. Witnesses: J.W. Williams, L.M. Davis.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 142, p. 536

Affidavit for transfer and record of real estate inherited.

Grant Archer, deceased; Zella Archer, Olla Archer Black, heirs.

Grant Archer died intestate on 8 Dec 1920, residing at Cambridge, leaving following as heirs:

Olla Archer Black, 25, daughter; residence: Zanesville

Zella Archer, 21, daughter; residence: Cambridge

Real estate: 1/2 interest in outlots in E. part of Carson's Addition to Cambridge. Sworn to by heirs 9 Jan 1925.

[GWA comment: Ulysses S. Grant Archer (James, Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

 

Bk 143, p. 477

O.T. Miller and Margaret Miller, wife to W.D. Archer, dated 16 Sep 1924, Boyle Co., KY, $1, lot no. 70, Oakland Place Addition, Cambridge. Signed: O.T. Miller, M.D. and Margaret Miller. Buyer assumed a mortgage of $2500 held by James Harris, a minor and Agatha Harris.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

 

p. 500

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer, wife to Mildred, Alice, Robert Eugene Selby, dated 18 Sep 1924, $1, lot no. 79, Carson's Addition to Cambridge, being same premises that the American Sheet and Tin Plate Co. by deed of 23 Feb 1923. Signed: William D. Archer and Nora Archer. Witnesses: Mabel H. Irvin, Golden M. Archer.

[GWA comment:William D. Archer (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

Bk 144, p. 227

Clem Williams and Nellie Williams to Dr. L.L. Archer, dated 10 Mar 1925, $1, lot no. 10 in Wharton's Addition to Cambridge. Mortgage held by Guernsey Building and Loan, $2822.44. Signed: Clem Williams and Nellie Williams. Witnesses: L.B. Jackson, Milton H. Turner.

p. 230

Dr. L.L. Archer and Lillie Archer, wife to Clem Williams and Nellie Williams, dated 10 Mar 1925, $1, lots nos 14 and 15 Carson's Addition to Cambridge. Signed: Dr. L.L. Archer and Lillie Archer. Witnesses: L.B. Jackson, Milton H. Turner.

Bk 145, p. 510-511

Joseph O. Archer and Artennis E. Archer, both unmarried of Westland Twp, Guernsey Co., dated 29 Mar 1926, $1 to S.F. McConkey, gas and oil rights in in Westland Twp in lands bound on N. by Marion Clark, on E. by Thomas and Minerva Young, on S. by Frank Farar, on W. by Martha J. Archer, 40 A. Signed: Joseph O. Archer and Artennis E. Archer. Witnesess: Elizabeth Carnes, S.C. Carnes.

[GWA comment: Joseph O. and Artennis sons of Josephus/Joseph C. (Enoch, James, James, Patrick).]

Bk 147, p. 291

W.D. Archer and Nora Archer, his wife and Edgar Archer and Zepha Archer, wife to Ohio Power Co., dated 27 Aug 1926, $1, right of way and easement for power, telegraph and telephone poles in Valley Twp, being part of T. 8, R. 9, bounded on N. by Jackson's Addition to Pleasant City, on E. by George Lafollette's Addition, on S. by Lands Corporation line, on W. by C & N.D. Div. of Pennsylvania Railroad. Signed: W.D. Archer, Nora Archer, Edgar Archer, Zepha Archer. Witnesses: H.C. Joy, A.R. Wheeler.

[GWA comment: William D. Archer and Edgar Archer, brothers: (Henry, Jacob, James or George?, Jacob?, Patrick?)]

 

 

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO SOLDIERS DISCHARGES

(Located in Guernsey Co., OH Recorder's Office)

Vol 5, p. 420

Name: Archer, Robert T.
Serial No.: 0535505393
Grade/Rank: TDC 5
Component/Branch: 920 Field Arty Bn ; FA AUS
Related Civilian Occupation and DOT: Truck Driver, light 345
Effective Date of Separation: 17 Nov 1945,
Place of Separation: Camp Atterbury, IN
Date & Place of Birth: 29 Oct 1918, Cambridge, OH
Physical Description: Blue eyes, brown hair, height 5'6", weight 170 lbs., white, single, U.S. Cit.
Date and Place of Entry into Service: Inducted, 23 Jul 1942;
Entered 6 Jul 1942 at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN
Home Address at Time of Entry into Service: 439 Dewey Ave, Cambridge, OH
Occupation When Entered on Duty: Glass Polisher 6-6.220
Battles & Campaigns: Northern France; Rheinland; Central Europe
Decorations: EAME Theater Ribbon with 3 Bronze Stars; American Theater Ribbon; Good Conduct Ribbon; WW II Victory Medal
[GWA comment: Robert Taylor Archer (James S., Absalom, Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

 

Vol 10, p. 27

Name: Archer, William Henry,
Grade/Rank: Seaman 1 C (V6) USNR
Related Civilian Occupation and DOT:
Effective Date of Separation: 15 Aug 1946
Place of Separation: USN Separate Center, Unit 4, Great Lakes, IL,
Honorable Discharge
Date & Place of Birth: 9-6-1927, Adams Twp, Guernsey Co., OH
Physical Description: white, male, single, U.S. Cit.
Date and Place of Entry into Service: Enlisted 26 Jun 1945; entered active service USNR Columbus, OH
Home Address at Time of Entry into Service: Rt. 6, Cambridge, OH
Highest Level Civilian Education: College student;
Engineering preferred for additional training
Decorations & Medals: American Area, Asiatic Pacific
Most Significant Duty Assignment: USNTC Sampson New York and USS Bon Homme Richard (CV 31)
[GWA comment: William Henry Archer (Andrew, William). William Archer 1858- 1912 and Mary J. Barnett 1860-1935. The family lived and died in Cambridge, Guernsey Co., OH. Before this the ancestry is unknown.]

 

Vol 10, p. 264

Name: Archer, Richard
Serial No.: 3316650
Grade/Rank: SN 6-1-51
Component/Branch: U.S. Navy
Related Civilian Occupation and DOT: Assembler 6-93.770
Effective Date of Separation: 11 Jun 1954
Place of Separation: Orange C. Sta. NS Norva
Date & Place of Birth: 2 Jan 1931, Cambridge, OH
Physical Description: Male, cauc., brown hair, brown eyes, height 5'6", weight 178 lbs
Date and Place of Entry into Service: Enlisted, 11 Aug 1950, Huntington, WV
Home Address at Time of Entry into Service: 805 Sherman Ave, Cambridge, OH
Decorations & Medals; National Defense; Good Conduct; Korean Service- 2 stars
Most Significant Duty Assignment: USS Surfbird

 

Vol 12, p. 359

Name: Archer, Paul William
Serial No.: ER 52415926
Grade/Rank: SP 4th (T E-4) ; Date of Rank: 16 Apr 1959
Component/Branch: Army, USAR, Infantry
Effective Date of Separation: Overseas returnee 8 Nov 1959
Date & Place of Birth: 11 Sep 1934, Guernsey Co., OH
Physical Description: Cauc, male, brown hair, brown eyes, height 5'2", 140 lbs, U.S. Cit., married,
Highest Level of Civilian Education: High School
Date and Place of Entry into Service: Ft. Dix, NJ
Home Address at Time of Entry into Service: Rt. 6, Cambridge, OH
Last Duty Assignment: Co. B, 2 Arb Inf., APO 35, Honorable Discharge

 

 

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO BURIAL RECORDS

(Located in Guernsey Co., OH Recorder's Office)

Name DOB DOD Cemetery Section/Lot/Grave Military
Archer, Henry C. 1-17-1892 9-14-1966 Northwood, Cambridge, OH 59/88/3 Army

[GWA comment: Henry C. Archer (Josephus/Joseph C. (Enoch, James, James, Patrick)]

Archer, Robert Philip 3-24-1921 3-21-1978 Northwood, Cambridge, OH Vets 31/9/9 Army

[GWA comment: Robert Philip Archer (Lanta, Weeden, James, Joseh, James, Patrick)]

Archer, Robert T. 29 Oct 1918 25 Oct 1985 Center, Center, OH 5/172/1 Army

[GWA comment: Robert Taylor Archer (James S., Absalom, Stephen, James, James, Patrick)]

 

Archer, Weeden;
Address: Cambridge, OH;
born: 4 Mar 1847, OH;
death: 20 Dec 1918 in Cambridge OH;
cause: indigestion;
buried: 23 Dec 1918; Cem: Northwood, Cambridge, OH 7/13/1
Upright marker; next of kin: Mrs. Weeden Archer of Cambridge;
Roster indicates 1846 birth date;
GAR emblem indicates service circa Civil War; enlisted 28 Feb 1864; discharged 15 Jul 1865.
Army, Pvt, Co I, 20th Rgt OVI
[GWA comment: Weeden Archer (James, Joseph, James, Patrick)]

 

 

GUERNSEY COUNTY, OHIO

Veterans Bureau Record Index Cards

(Located in Guernsey Co., OH Recorder's Office)

Name Born Buried Cemetery Grave Branch of Service
Henry C. Archer 1-17-1892 9-14-1966 Northwood, Cambridge, OH Sect 59, lot 88, grave 3 Army
Robert Phillip Archer 3-24-21 3-21-78 Northwood, Cambridge, OH Sect Vets no. 31, lot 9, grave 9 Army
Robert T. Archer 29 Oct 1918 25 Oct 1985 Center, Center, OH Sect 5, lot 172, grave 1 Army

Weedon Archer
Born 4 Mar 1847
Died 23 Dec 1918
Cemetery: Northwood, Cambridge Sect 7, lot 13, grave 1
Branch of Service: Army
Notes: address: Cambridge, OH, died 20 Dec 1918; cause: indigestion;
Next of kin: Mrs. Weedon Archer, Cambridge; Roster indicates 1846 birth;
GAR indicates service; served in Civil War; enlisted 28 Feb 1864;
discharged 15 Jul 1865; Army, Pvt, Co. I, 20th OVI.

 

 


 

 

 

  

The Archer Association
A Clearing House for the surname ARCHER and variants.

The Archer Association was formed in 1983 and since then has published
The Archer Quarterly, 200 pages, indexed annually.

The Archer Quarterly is no longer published, but back issues are available,
and the data therein is available for searching on request 

Anyone searching for an Archer family or one of the many variants can contact:
THE ARCHER ASSOCIATION
P. O. BOX 6233
McLean, Virginia 22106

or E-Mail George W. Archer at: garcher@email.toast.net

   

 

 

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