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    WILLIAM G. APPLEGETT, farmer; P. O. Conover was born in Hamilton Co., Ohio, Nov. 6, 1826, and is a son of W. H. . Applegett, who was born in Kentucky about the close of the eighteenth century; received a limited education and followed carpentering for a number of years; emigrated to Hamilton Co., Ohio, about 1817. Three years later, married Miss Atlantic Goff, who was born at Cape May, New Jersey; after marriage, resided chiefly in this county, where she died with cholera about 1834; he afterward went to Tennessee, where he died about 1840. They were the parents of five children, of whom three are now living, of whom Mr. Applegett is the oldest; he was brought up to agricultural pursuits, and received a limited education; after his majority, he entered upon the trade of carpentry, which he followed twenty-five years; in 1868, he bought a farm in Sec. 8, Town 2, Range 12, and the next year located on it. In 1851, he married Miss H. A.. Davis; they have eight children viz.: Sarah M., deceased; Mary H., John W.; Melissa J., Arthur E., Charles, Clara E., and Kate. Mrs. Applegett was born in Champaign Co., Ohio, Feb 22, 1834, and is a daughter of Benjamin B. and Mary (Graham) Davis.

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