The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

Asher B. HamiltonAge: 87 years18331921

Name
Asher B. Hamilton
Given names
Asher B.
Surname
Hamilton
Birth September 22, 1833 23 23
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 21126
Birth of a brotherJames M. Hamilton
July 27, 1837 (Age 3 years)
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 2113
Birth of a brotherWilliam R. Hamilton
September 1839 (Age 5 years)
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 21931
Birth of a brotherJohn W. Hamilton
April 8, 1841 (Age 7 years)
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 63605
Birth of a brotherGeorge Hamilton
about 1844 (Age 10 years)
Census July 23, 1850 (Age 16 years)
Citation details: Images 30 & 31 of 32
Text:
JAMES C. HAMILTON, Age 40, Farmer, Value of real estate - 600, Born Virginia ELIZA HAMILTON, Age 39, Born Maryland ASHER HAMILTON, Age 16, Farmer, Value of real estate - 600, Born Ohio JAMES HAMILTON, Age 13, Born Ohio WILLIAM HAMILTON, Age 10, Born Ohio JOHN HAMILTON, Age 8, Born Ohio GEORGE HAMILTON, Age 6, Born Ohio
Death of a maternal grandfatherJames McGhee Sr
June 1858 (Age 24 years)

Publication: john_mcghee@att.net
Death of a maternal grandmotherMargaret Hazelett
January 8, 1864 (Age 30 years)

Publication: john_mcghee@att.net
Birth of a son
#1
Dr. Edwin A. Hamilton
November 28, 1865 (Age 32 years)
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 40260
Death of a motherEliza J. McGhee
August 24, 1892 (Age 58 years)

Publication: john_mcghee@att.net
Death April 2, 1921 (Age 87 years)
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 21126
Text:
Name: Asher B. Hamilton Titles: Death date: 02 Apr 1921 Death place: Protestant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio Birth date: 22 Sep 1833 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Wellsville, Ohio Age at death: 87 years 6 months 10 days Cause of death: Senility Gender: Male Marital status: Married Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 153 - Twelfth Ave. 16 Occupation: Miller-Retired-Operated a flour and woolen mill Residence: Burial date: 04 Apr 1921 Burial place: Vinton, Ohio Cemetery name: Spouse name: Emily Hamilton Father name: James Hamilton Father titles: Father birth place: Virginia Mother name: Mcghee Mother titles: Mother birth place: Belfast, Ireland Informant: Dr. Edwin A. Hamilton, 150 E. Broad St. GSU film number: 1991590 Digital GS number: 4122425 Image number: 711 Reference number: fn 21126 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
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father
mother
himself
4 years
younger brother
James M. Hamilton
Birth: July 27, 1837 27 27Gallia County, Ohio
Death: January 9, 1927Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
2 years
younger brother
William R. Hamilton
Birth: September 1839 29 29Vinton, Huntington, Gallia, Ohio
Death: April 1, 1927Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
19 months
younger brother
John W. Hamilton
Birth: April 8, 1841 31 30Vinton, Huntington Township, Gallia County, Ohio
Death: November 10, 1938Columbus, Franklin, Ohio
4 years
younger brother
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himself
wife
son
Dr. Edwin A. Hamilton
Birth: November 28, 1865 32 29Vinton, Huntington, Gallia, Ohio
Death: July 31, 1938Columbus, Franklin, Ohio

BirthOhio Death Certificate
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 21126
CensusCensus, Federal, 1850
Citation details: Images 30 & 31 of 32
Text:
JAMES C. HAMILTON, Age 40, Farmer, Value of real estate - 600, Born Virginia ELIZA HAMILTON, Age 39, Born Maryland ASHER HAMILTON, Age 16, Farmer, Value of real estate - 600, Born Ohio JAMES HAMILTON, Age 13, Born Ohio WILLIAM HAMILTON, Age 10, Born Ohio JOHN HAMILTON, Age 8, Born Ohio GEORGE HAMILTON, Age 6, Born Ohio
DeathOhio Death Certificate
Citation details: Certificate number: fn 21126
Text:
Name: Asher B. Hamilton Titles: Death date: 02 Apr 1921 Death place: Protestant Hospital, Columbus, Franklin, Ohio Birth date: 22 Sep 1833 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Wellsville, Ohio Age at death: 87 years 6 months 10 days Cause of death: Senility Gender: Male Marital status: Married Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 153 - Twelfth Ave. 16 Occupation: Miller-Retired-Operated a flour and woolen mill Residence: Burial date: 04 Apr 1921 Burial place: Vinton, Ohio Cemetery name: Spouse name: Emily Hamilton Father name: James Hamilton Father titles: Father birth place: Virginia Mother name: Mcghee Mother titles: Mother birth place: Belfast, Ireland Informant: Dr. Edwin A. Hamilton, 150 E. Broad St. GSU film number: 1991590 Digital GS number: 4122425 Image number: 711 Reference number: fn 21126 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
NoteAnn Turner, 2nd Great-Granddaughter of George Shack
Note
Note: This article was written about George Shack, 1st Cousin of Asher B. Hamilton. GEORGE W. SHACK LILLY WHITE ROLLER FLOUR VINTON, OHIO This is printed on a flour sack we have kept in our family for over one hundred years. The sack is made of heavy paper, it is red, white and blue and has a picture of the Vinton Woolen Mills and the Roller Flour Mills owned by my great-greatgrandfather George Shack. The sack has been handed down from his daughter Virginina Shack Matthews to my grandmother Vennie Matthews Butler, to my parents John William and Leola Butler of Wellston, Ohio. George W. Shack was the son of John D. and Mary A. (McGhee) Shack. John D. was born in Pennsylvania about 1810 and emigrated to Columbiana county, Ohio in 1831. Shortly after moving to Gallia County he started to Louisville, Ky. and was neverheard of again. He left his wife with two children George W. and Margaret. George Shack's mother Mary A. (McGhee) Shack was one of ten children born to James A. and Margaret McGhee, who were natives of Ireland. James McGhee was born July 4,1783 and emigrated to the United States when a boy and settled in Columbiana Co., Ohio. James and Mary had the following children: Mary A., Margaret, Emeline, Catherine, Almira, Eliza, Jackson, James, Alexander and John. They moved to Vinton in1832 to engage in the milling business. George Shack was but six weeks old when his parents moved to Vinton along with his grandparents, and at the time of his death had resided in Vinton longer than any other resident. Mr. Shack's occupation as a miller was inherited from his maternal ancestry. His grandfather James McGhee had worked in various mills in Pennsylvania, and in 1832 purchased the Vinton mill from John Adney for $3,000.00. In 1857 Mr. McGhee soldthe mill to his grandson George Shack and his partner A. B. Hamilton. The elaborate mill not only ground grain but also carded wool and sawed timber. Despite a disastrous fire, the mills were rebuilt and as late as 1874 the firm George W. Shackand Asher B. Hamilton were manufacturing woolen yarn. In 1887 Mr. Hamilton sold his interest to Mr. Shack who continued to operate the mill until his death in 1908. There have been many other men who owned the mill for short periods of time,among them my Grandfather Harold Coulter. The history of the mill is an interesting one. Finally the mill burned to the ground in the autumn of 1976. Submitted by Ann Turner
Media objectVinton Woolen Mills and the Roller Flour Mills - This picture was published along with Ann Turner's articleVinton Woolen Mills and the Roller Flour Mills - This picture was published along with Ann Turner's article
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