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Sherrys in Belmont Chronicle 1853 - 1895
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Probate Court - March Term Monday 5th State of Ohio vs. Arthur Sherry. Keeping a room where liquors are sold in violation of law. DDT Cowen for State and OJ Swaney for Defendant. Verdict-Guilty. Sentence $50 fine and costs of prosecution, and 20 days imprisonment.8-Mar1855 Image 3
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Court of Common Pleas Arthur Sherry … These indictments are for keeping Gambling Rooms. The Grand Jury returned the following indictments for keeping Taverns, Rooms, and Groceries for sale of Liquors, against- Arthur Sherry, …19-Nov1857 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry of Bellaire, Was found Guilty of selling Liquor and fined $25 and costs and sentenced to bread and water diet for 20 days in jail.1-Mar1860 Image 3
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Delinquent tax list12-Dec1861 Image 4
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Delinquent tax list19-Dec1861 Image 4
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Delinquent tax list26-Dec1861 Image 4
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List of Letters Sherry, Authur24-Apr1862 Image 3
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MWS Bellaire and Wegee Pike tax20-Aug1868 Image 1
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Our Democratic brethren had a nominating meeting on Saturday last… The town nominations are for .. Councilmen … P. Sherry31-Mar1870 Image 2
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The Grand Jury adjourned on Friday. During its session it found true bills against … Mary Sherry … for violation of the liquor law, -keeping a place of public resort for sale of liquor.14-Nov1872 Image 3
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Robert Sherry by next friend vs, Martha Darrah et al.6-Mar1873 Image 3
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On Saturday night an enterprising thief or thieves succeeding in an entrance in to the residence of Mrs. Mary Sherry. Seventy five dollars in cash was taken from the house, and the thirsty wretch or wretches carried off a full half barrel of good rye whiskey [Independent8-May1873 Image 2
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Probate Court Mary Sherry, exr'x of Arthur Sherry, dec'd.17-Jul1873 Image 3
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Probate Court Mary Sherry, exr'x of Arthur Sherry, dec'd.24-Jul1873 Image 3
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Probate Court Mary Sherry, exr'x of Arthur Sherry, dec'd.14-Aug1873 Image 1
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The Grand Jury at their session which adjourned last Thursday found indictments as follows: … One each against … Mary Sherry … for violation of the 4th Section of the liquor law.5-Mar1874 Image 3
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Ohio vs. Mary Sherry; indictment as above (keeping a place of public resort for the sale of liquor); plea of guilty entered; ordered that defendant pay fine of one hundred dollars and costs, and that room where the liquor is sold to be shut up until defendant gives bond in $1,000 that she will not sell liquor contrary to law.2-Apr1874 Image 3
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Dilly & Riggs vs Robert Sherry. Leave given plaintiff to amend bill of particulars, so as to demand damage for injury to her means of support; also to amend petition.18-Jun1874 Image 2
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Dilly Ann Riggs vs. Robert Sherry; dismissed without prejudice at cost of plaintiff.9-Jul1874 Image 3
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A horse which was driven by Robt. Sherry took fright and ran away breaking the cart and badly hurting Mr. S.21-Jan1875 Image 3
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The Grand Jury, which adjourned on Friday, found true bills of indictment as follows: … Robert Sherry, …. Ellen Shanley …, Mary Sherry…, one each for violating 4th section liquor law - keeping houses of public resort.27-Jan1876 Image 3
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State of Ohio vs. Robert Sherry … Each of above defendants indicted for violation of 4th section liquor law, entered pleas of 'not guilty' and were required to give bond of $300 each, with surety for their appearance for trial at the present term of Court.3-Feb1876 Image 2
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State of Ohio vs. Robert Sherry Indicted for violation of the 4th section of Liquor Law. Pleas of 'guilty' were entered in each case, and the defendants were each fined $100 and costs and to stand committed until fine and costs are paid. Also the rooms where such liquors were sold are to be shut up until the defendants enter into bond of $1000 each, not to sell liquor contrary to law.2-Mar1876 Image 2
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The following is the report of the Grand Jury, which closed its session on Thursday of last week after being up for nine days. The following were indicted for keeping a place of public resort: … Robert Sherry, Ellen Shanley; … Wm. Manley19-Feb1880 Image 3
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Spring Term Court Calendar Manley vs. Rowles, March 8 Sherry, Executrix v.s Sherry et al. March 1511-Mar1880 Image 2
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Assignment of Cases The following is the list of cases in the Common Pleas court for trial and hearing on merits to May 29th. Docket # 217 Sherry vs. Sherry May 2913-May1880 Image 2
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Court Report Summer Term 1880 Mary Sherry vs. Patrick Whealan. Wm. H. Tallman made a party defendant.20-May1880 Image 2
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Mary Sherry, Ex rx. vs. Robert H. Sherry et al. Judgment in favor of Peter Welty and against defendant Sherry $426 50, and Court finds there is yet to become due said Welty from said Sherry $546 80, with interest from May 24, 1878, and that the same is a lien upon the undivided one-half of the premises. Decree of foreclosure and order for sale of mortgaged premises. Court finds that Mary Sherry is owner of the other undivided half of said premises Defendant Robert H. Sherry and plaintiff each give notice of appeal to District Court.10-Jun1880 Image 3
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Mary Sherry vs. Patrick Whealan. Appeal. Cause dismissed at cost of plaintiff.18-Nov1880 Image 3
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Court Report Fall Term 1880 State of Ohio vs. Robert Sherry. Indictment for keeping a place of public resort for the unlawful sale of liquor. Plea of guilty. Find of $50, with costs, and order of commitment until fine and costs are paid.20-Jan1881 Image 3
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Indictments were found against the following persons for "keeping places of public resort for the unlawful sale of liquor": ..., Robert Sherry, Ellen Shanley, …, Wm. Manley, ...24-Feb1881 Image 2
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State of Ohio vs. Robert Sherry: Indictment for keeping a place of public resort, etc. Motion to quash indictment herein overruled. Plea of guilty entered. Fine $65 with costs.24-Mar1881 Image 2
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True bills of indictment were found against the following persons for keeping places of public resort for the unlawful sale of liquor: … Robert Sherry ... Wm. Manly … EllenShanley 23-Feb1882 Image 3
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District Court Mary Sherry, exr. vs Robert H. Sherry et al. Peter Tallman appointed guardian ad litem for minor defendants; cause continued.13-Apr1882 Image 3
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Mary Sherry, exr., vs. Robert H. Sherry et al. Peter Tallman appointed guardian ad litem for minor defendants; caused continued.13-Apr1882 Image 3
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Court Report Jennie Brinton vs. Mary Sherry. Suit for damages under the Adair law. To jury. Verdict in favor of plaintiff for $100. Notice of a motion by defendant to set aside the verdict and for a new trial.14-Dec1882 Image 2
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James Sherry, and engineer on the B & S W narrow gauge, when he was taken ill, died on Friday, in Bellaire after ten months sickness. He leaves a wife and four children.18-Jan1883 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, exr vs. Mary R. Sherry et al. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $3435. Decree for sale of mortgaged premises.21-Jun1883 Image 2
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Patrick Sherry, exr vs. Mary R. Sherry, et al. Sales by sheriff as special master approved and confirmed and deed ordered.15-Nov1883 Image 2
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In the matter of application of John B Haney to be released as surety on bond of Mary R Sherry, guardian; finding that the probate court erred in holding that the surety must show cause to the satisfaction of the Probate Judge before the order for a new bond and the release.3-Jan1884 Image 2
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Anna Smith of Bellaire entered suit under the Adair law again .. Mary Sherry .. For selling liquor to her father, claiming some $300 damages. The case was to come off yesterday before Mayor Cooper.17-Jan1884 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, Ex'r vs. D. B. Kull. Demurrer to petition sustained and leave given plaintiff to amend in ten days.14-Feb1884 Image 3
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Mrs. Mary Sherry of Bellaire died on Tuesday evening of last week after a lingering illness and was buried on Thursday in the Catholic cemetery.24-Apr1884 Image 3
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Mary Sherry, exr'x.vs. Robt H Sherry. Appeal; petition dismissed without prejudice at costs of plaintiff. Cross petition of Peter Welty dismissed at his costs at the trial of the issue between him and Robt H Sherry; Welty excepts1-May1884 Image 2
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Patrick Sherry, exr vs D B Cull; motion of defendant to require plaintiff to make his petition more specific and certain; sustained. Wm H Tallman et al. vs Patrick Sherry, exr; demurrer of defendant to petition of plaintiff overruled. 20-Nov1884 Image 2
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Mary R Sherry vs. Mary Blanche Sherry; decree of dower and Fred'k Rodewig appointed commissioners27-Nov1884 Image 2
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Cases for Trial Thu Feb 12 114 Tallman vs. Sherry, executor. Tue Feb 17 157 Sherry vs. Sherry, et al. (H)12-Feb1885 Page 3 Image 3
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Tallman Bros vs. Patrick Sherry to jury. Verdict in favor plaintiff for $275, defendant to pay costs. Mary R Sherry vs. Mary Blanche Sherry et al. Order for assignment of dower - Michael Burchy, Henry Landkrohn and Fred Rodewig, commissioners.19-Feb1885 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, executor of Mary Sherry, deceased.26-Feb1885 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, executor of Mary Sherry, deceased.5-Mar1885 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, executor of Mary Sherry, deceased.12-Mar1885 Image 1
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Mary R Sherry vs Mary B Sherry et al; report of commissioners assigning dower confirmed.19-Mar1885 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, executor of Mary Sherry, deceased.19-Mar1885 Image 1
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Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Moran, dec'd16-Dec1886 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Moran, dec'd23-Dec1886 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Moran, dec'd30-Dec1886 Image 3
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Ohio vs Mary Sherry; keeping saloon open on Sunday two cases; plea of guilty in each case; fine $10 in first case and $5 in second case and imprisonment for 1/2 day in each case. Ohio vs Mary Sherry ; selling liquor on Sunday 2 cases; pleas of guilty; defndant sentenced to pay a fine of $5 andbe imprisioned 1/2 day in each case16-Jun1887 Image 2
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A BRAVE CONDUCTOR.
Bellaire Tribune, 28th.
Thursday as train No. 9 on the Bellaire, Zanesville and Cincinnati R. R. was leaving Woodsfield it was boarded by a gang of ruffians headed by a merchant named Grumbly, from Freedom, and a farmer named Carpenter, from the same vicinity. No sooner had the train got under head way than the gang commenced, as they said, to do up the train and all on board. They commenced by breaking the windows and cutting the cushions from the seats and throwing the passengers from the car, scaring the women and children almost to death. Conductor Sherry, who was on top of the train at the time, hearing the screams of the passengers, rushed down to ascertain the cause. As he entered the door he was met by one of the desperadoes with a knife in his hand. Conductor Sherry is a brave man, and seeing the danger of his passengers did not stop to think of his own danger, but felled the ruffian to the floor with one well aimed blow. The gang, seeing their leader thus used, rushed on the conductor and beat him in a brutal manner and would have killed him had it not been for the timely arrival of his brakeman (I C. Simpson), who deserves great credit for the way he used a car pin upon the ruffians, and overpowering them they were put under arrest and taken to Summerfield, where a Justice of the Peace let them go, giving as his reason that the offence was committed in Monroe county, and he had no authority to hold them. Conductor Sherry showed his bravery after being beaten and cut so he could not take further part in the fight he encouraged his brakemen and a few bridge carpenters who had interfered to save him, to arrest the gang, and as he lay crushed in between the seats he would cry, "Give it to them, Ike." Warrants have been issued for the arrest of the ruffians.
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Peter Welty in firm name of C.Welty & Bro. vs. Patrick Sherry, Ex'r, et al. Petition dismissed at costs, of plaintiff; plaintiff excepts and gives notice of a motion for a new trial and that he will appeal the case to the Circuit Court Bond $300.28-Jun1888 Image 3
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Peter Welty, doing business under firm name of C. Welty & Bro. vs. Patrick Sherry, Ex'r, et al. Motion for new trial overruled, and bill of exceptions allowed.12-Jul1888 Image 3
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Peter Welty, doing business as C. Welty & Bro., vs. Patrick Sherry, Ex'r, et al. Motion to dismiss appeal overruled and decree in favor of defendants. Motion for a new trial overruled, excepted to. Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Barrett, dec'd.20-Dec1888 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Barrett, dec'd.27-Dec1888 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Barrett, dec'd.3-Jan1889 Image 3
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Margaret Sherry, a well known Bellaire woman, died last week. Patrick Sherry, adm'r of Patrick Barrett, dec'd.10-Jan1889 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, exec'r of Mary Sherry dec'd.18-Apr1889 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, exec'r of Mary Sherry dec'd.25-Apr1889 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, exec'r of Mary Sherry dec'd.2-May1889 Image 3
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Patrick Sherry, exec'r of Mary Sherry dec'd.9-May1889 Image 3
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Common Pleas Court Thu March 26th, Elijah B.Kennedy vs. Mary Sherry, Adm'x19-Mar1891 Image 2
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Court Report Elijah B Kennedy vs Mary Sherry admr'x et al. Dismissed at costs of plaintiff.2-Apr1891 Page 2 Image 2
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