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HENRY FRITH circa 1840 LIVINGSTONE COUNTY....Graphologist
Posted by: Dawn Fuller (ID *****6798) Date: June 11, 2004 at 11:30:52
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Hi There.

I hope some of you are able to help.

I am interested in finding out more of the early settlers of Livingstone country....especially around Chillicothe in 1848, where Henry and William Frith are known to have lived. Is this the same Henry Frith who went on to write Graphology books and translate many french books? Or was one of these individuals his Father?

They lived in the Sampsell township and were members of Mount Pleasant Babtist Church.

Also of interest is the Frith Schoolhouse.

Thank you for your time.

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