Monday, September 14, 2015

The Alta Heiser Collection Index Vol. 5, January 2, 1952 & December 29, 1955. The Enyearts were a prominent family in Butler County, Ohio in the early days, but when Joel S. Enyeart applied for a license to keep a tavern in Oxford the most influential men in that village drew up a counter petition, saying that Mr. Enyeart was not a proper person to conduct a tavern, and Oxford already had too many. One signer of the counter petition was Thomas Irwin. These men sought to protect the young people. The case was tried in court and license granted.

Thomas Irwin petiton Joes S. Eneart tavern Oxford, Butler Co, OH_0004Thomas Irwin petiton Joes S. Eneart tavern Oxford, Butler Co, OH_0005Thomas Irwin petiton Joes S. Eneart tavern Oxford, Butler Co, OH_0006

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