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"Historical Atlas of the World Illustrated" Hiram Pember



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  • Title "Historical Atlas of the World Illustrated" Hiram Pember 
    Short Title "Historical Atlas of the World Illustrated" Hiram Pember 
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    Source ID S300 
    Text H.H. Hardesty & Co. Publishers, Chicago, 1875
    This atlas has a history of Wood County, Ohio, including biographies, cha rts, maps,
    and illustrations. Hiram Pember and Harriet Arnold married for their seco nd marriages.
    His biography is listed under Freedom Twp section of the atlas. I believ e the line
    "They had eight children - Elizabeth, Catharine, ..." refers to childre n Hiram Pember
    had with Matilda Heath, not Harriet Arnold Walters Pember.
    (found in Ancestry.com page number not listed)
    HIRAM PEMBER. Justice of the Peace of Freedom Township for twenty-
    one years, has also filled the office of constable, township treasurer. t ownship trus-
    tee, and member of board of education. His parents, Ethan and Clarissa Pe mber,
    were among the first settlers in the county, removing from Clinton County . New
    York, in 1834. They had seven children, of whom Hiram and Lovina are livi ng,
    and C——, Betsey. Jane, Franklin and Herman are dead. Mr. Pember has been
    twice married. His first wife was Matilda Heath, born in Livingston Count y, New
    York, in 1812. Her father was Stephen Heath. He had a large family—Cheste r,
    Lovina, Louisa, Matilda, Stephen, Harrison, Truman, Rehecca, Horace. Clar issa,
    Fannie and Mary. For his second wife Mr. Pember married Harriet Arnold, w ho
    was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1822. She was a daughter of Ephraim and Elea nor
    Arnold. who died in Maryland. They had eight children — Elizabeth, Cathar ine,
    Mary, John, Sarah, Susan, Ellen and Harriet. Hiram Pember was born in Cli nton
    County, New York, in 1811. He is the oldest living settler in the townshi p. He
    had the honor of suggesting the name Freedom for the township, and Pember ville
    was named after the Pember family. Mr. Pember claims to have raised the
    largest crop of wheat, caught more fish and shot more deer than any othe r man in
    the township. 
    Linked to Ephraim ARNOLD
    Harriet ARNOLD
    Eleanor ENSEY
    Matilda HEATH
    Hiram Ethan PEMBER