Sarah Johnson Kuhn was the wife of George. Sarah Johnson Kuhn died in , when Larmore was 25 years old.
Location of original unknown. In this e-mail, Ward suggests common descent from her ancestor Johan Adam Radabaugh. The day the marriage bond was obtained was either a 6 overwritten by a 7, or vice versa. John J. Waldo was a Baptist pastor who was involved in the starting of various congregations in the Monongahela Valley. Enumeration in semi-alphabetical order. Bowen, Biographical Memoirs of Henry County, Indiana : to which is appended a comprehensive compendium of national biography—memoirs of eminent men and women in the United States, whose deeds of valor or works of merit have made their names imperishable , Logansport, Indiana: B.
Bowen, , ; digital images, Google Books books. Birth date directly on stone. Died 8 February , aged 40 years, 3 months, 8 days. Birthdate calculated from death date and age as 31 October Coon marker. The will was written 6 February and proved 11 November Hancock Co. The son who lived on Duck Creek at that time was James.
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Coon marker; photographed 15 March See manuscript in general. Interesting notes from our county correspondents. Greenfield Public Library, Greenfield, Indiana. I like how you explained how you make a decision whether to refer to a locale as being in West Virginia or Virginia. It helps the reader better understand the state names that you use.
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Geist and Morse Reservoirs are two man-made lakes in Hamilton County that offer residents and visitors recreational opportunities, such as boating, fishing and waterfront living. Today, Hamilton County is often called the playground of Indianapolis as many parks, museums, venues and recreational spots have become very popular amongst Indianapolis residents.
Mary's in William Conner was the first white settler in the county. In the summer of , after realizing there were enough settlers in the area, Conner and other settlers applied to the Indiana Legislature for a charter authorizing them to become a separate and independent county under Indiana law. The application was presented to the Legislature at the session and the act was passed and approved by the Governor on January 8, The act took effect on the first Monday in April April 7 , Conner's house would also serve as the County Circuit Court.
The county was named after Alexander Hamilton , the first secretary of the treasury. Average monthly precipitation ranged from 2. The county executive body is filled by the Board of County Commissioners.
The Board of County Commissioners consists of three Commissioners representing the three commissioner districts. District 1 consists of Carmel and Clay Township. The county's finances are managed by the County Council , which consists of seven members, four elected by district and three elected at-large. District 1 consists of parts of Clay Township.
Hamilton County is part of Indiana's 5th congressional district ; Indiana Senate districts 20, 21, 28, 29 and 30;  and Indiana House of Representatives districts 29, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 86, 87 and Hamilton County has been won by every Republican presidential candidate since Charles Evans Hughes in In , Democrat candidate Woodrow Wilson had carried the county with a 3. Although Barack Obama got only Roosevelt in who himself had also lost the county.
Hamilton County's loyalty for the Republican Party is not limited to presidential elections.
The county regularly reject Democrats in gubernatorial and senatorial races, usually by giving the Republican candidate some the state's highest percentage results. Even US senator Evan Bayh , in spite of his landslide victories in and , had failed to carry Hamilton County in either election.
Civil War Letters of West Tennessee. Biographical memoirs of Blackford County, Ind: to which is appended a comprehensive compendium of national biography Central Pennsylvania Marriages Based on information from the Census, Hamilton County was the wealthiest county in the Midwest by terms of median income. The remuneration created a financial relationship between Hartford Hospital and the practice that caused Hartford Hospital to present claims for health services that resulted from prohibited referrals in violation of the Stark law. OIG alleged that UNSOM submitted claims to Medicare and Medicaid for items or services that it knew or should have known were not provided as claimed and were false or fraudulent.
According to the census, the county has a total area of As of the census  of , there were , people, 65, households, and 50, families residing in the county. The Administrative Rule 9 G 5 a Notice should indicate this fact. See Form 9 -G3.
If the omission or redaction in accordance with 9 G 5 b i is necessary to the disposition of the case, the excluded Court Record shall be separately filed or tendered on green paper and conspicuously marked "Not for Public Access" or "Confidential," with the caption and number of the case clearly designated and: i. If the Court Record is omitted or redacted from an exhibit, attachment, appendix, transcript, evidentiary designation, or similar document, then the separately filed or tendered Non-Public Access version shall consist only of the omitted or redacted Court Record on green paper, with a reference to the location within the Public Access Version to which the omitted or redacted material pertains.
If the Court Record is omitted or redacted from a motion, memorandum, brief, or similar document containing substantive legal argument, then the separately filed Non-Public Access version shall consist of a complete, consecutively-paginated replication including both the Public Access material on white paper and the Non-Public Access material on green paper. With respect to documents filed in electronic format, the Court may, by rule, provide for compliance with this rule in a manner that separates and protects access to Court Records excluded from Public Access.
The person seeking access to the Court Record must file with the Court having jurisdiction over the record a verified written request demonstrating that: a. Extraordinary circumstances exist requiring deviation from the general provisions of this rule; b. The public interest will be served by allowing access; c. Access or dissemination of the Court Record creates no significant risk of substantial harm to any party, to third parties, or to the general public; d.
The release of the Court Record creates no prejudicial effect to on-going proceedings; or e. When a request is made for access to Court Records excluded from Public Access, the Court Record will remain confidential until the Court rules on the request. The person seeking access has the burden of providing notice to the parties and such other persons as the Court may direct. The person seeking access shall provide proof of notice to the Court or the reason why notice could not or should not be given consistent with the requirements found in Trial Rule 65 B.
A party or person to whom notice is given shall have twenty 20 days from receiving notice to respond to the request. A Court may deny a request to provide access without a hearing. If the Court does not initially deny the request, it shall post advance public notice of the hearing consistent with the notice requirements found in I.
Following public notice, the Court shall hold a hearing on the request to allow access to the Court Record. Following a hearing, a request to allow access to Court Records may be granted upon the issuance of a written order that: a. States the reasons for granting the request; b. Finds the requestor has demonstrated by clear and convincing evidence that any one or more of the requirements of 9 G 7 b i have been satisfied; and c.
Considers the Public Access and the privacy interests served by this rule and the grounds demonstrated by the requestor. As noted previously, Rule 9 starts from the presumption of open public access to court records. To address those limited circumstances where federal statute, state statute, or court rule has declared Court Records to be confidential, this section provides the mechanism by which these confidential Court Records are to be excluded from Public Access.
Section G 1 begins by recognizing that, in some instances, an entire case shall be excluded from Public Access because all Court Records have been declared confidential, but Sections G 2 and 3 make clear that in most instances it is only individual Case or Administrative Records that have been declared confidential.
As provided in Ind. This section does not limit the authority of a judge in a particular case to order the sealing of particular records pursuant to the specific requirements of I.
No other type of court order is sufficient to seal or exclude Court Records from Public Access. The Judicial Conference of Indiana is directed by statute to prescribe standards concerning the protection of probation records and disclosure of information contained in those records. The Judicial Conference is authorized by statute to prescribe certification rules for problem-solving courts. The Conference has determined information contained in probation files and problem-solving court case management files are confidential and may only be released in accordance with state and federal statutes and rules, and policies adopted by the Judicial Conference of Indiana.
Court Alcohol and Drug Program records may only be released in accordance with state and federal law and rules. Section G 4 addresses those extraordinary circumstances in which information that is otherwise publicly accessible nonetheless is to be excluded from Public Access. This section generally incorporates a presumption of openness and requires compelling evidence to overcome this presumption, as well as public notice, a public hearing, and a written order containing specific findings.
While a request made under Section G 4 treats the Court Record as confidential from the time of filing or tendering until the court rules on the request, parties should be aware that their request is not retroactive. Copies of the Court Record already may have been disseminated prior to any G 4 request, and action taken under G 4 will not affect those records. The party or person submitting the confidential record has the burden of providing separate, written notice identifying the grounds upon which exclusion is based. See Forms 9 -G1 and 9-G2. The act of filing a Court Record on green paper does not constitute the required notice.