January 27, 1853
At Brookfield, Trumbull county, on the 20th inst., by Rev. Mr. Wright, Mr. Charles G. Vial to
Miss Henrietta King, both of Youngstown, Ohio.
January 13th by Rev. William Remsbargh, Mr. William B. McCartney of Youngstown to
Miss Emily O. Merrill of Austintown.
Note: Emily is listed in the 1850 census for Austintown with parents Aaron and Electa Merrel (1880/1888), with George, John, and Benson as siblings. John, Emily, and Benson were born in Ohio; whereas, Aaron, Electa, and George appear to have been born in New York.
BARK ZEBRA, which sailed from New Orleans, 1st instant, for Liberia, put into Savannah on
Saturday, with the cholera on board. The captain and 27 emigrants had died, and many
of the crew and passengers were sick.
Borts, Philip, on the 13th day of Feb. next, at the late residence of Philip Borts,
deceased, in Youngstown, nine horses, fifty head of cattle, seventy-five sheep, seven hogs,
amongst other property, George Borts, Administrator, Youngstown, Jan. 25th, 1853.