Other Deardurff Sites

I Previously had my graphics site here as well as some business items. If you’re looking for those sites or maybe my brothers site check below. If you are a Deardurff and have a site let me know if I get enough requests I’ll start a Deardurff Directory of sites.

Deardurff Family Stories

Click on one of the links below to read about the Deardurff family history.

These articles were submited by family members. If you have an article to post her please contact me I will see that you get credit for the article you submit. Or if you'd rather I'll link to your site.

Also, If you find these interesting check out the Notes section.

If any of these articles are in violation of any copyright laws please let me know and I will see to that they are either removed or get proper credit.

The intent is to build a resource for our ancestory.

193-Year-Old Log House Offers Peek At Past

B TRACY TURNER (Columbus AP) Pairs of volunteers watched anxiously as a screen sifted archaeological treasures from cold damp dirt. The group of about 20 professional archaeologists. Ohio State University students and history buff's shared a quiet sense of excitement and urgency...
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Deardurff family among earliest settlers in central Ohio

On Oct. 3, 1798, a wagon carrying Abraham Deardurff and his family rolled into the settlement of Franklinton in the heart of central Ohio. Located on the west side of the Scioto River, slightly south...
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The Deardurff House

The Deardurff house, at 72 S. Gift St. In Columbus Ohio, is the oldest known structure in Franklin County still on its original foundation. It was built in 1807, just four years after Ohio achieved...
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The Deardorff Camera

NOTE: The following is from an archive of a site from Ken Hough. his website no longer exists that I can find other than the wayback machine. I felt it was important to document this...
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Defending The Alamo

Defending The Alamo William Dearduff, b. about 1811, 25 or older, arrived single from Tennessee 20 Mar 1830 and received title for one fourth sitio in the DeWitt Colony on 5 Nov 1831 with arrival...
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Deardorff History

History of Deardorff Original artical on http://www.craigcamera.com I've copied here to perserve the story in one location with other deardurff family stories.   The following quaint piece of photographic history was prepared by Merle S....
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Deardurff Women

Deardurff women played pioneering role in FranklintonBy: Robert Albrecht Dispatch Reporter Leslie Blankenship stands on Gift Street in front of house that once belonged to the Deardurff family. The phrase "pioneer women" brings...
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Deardurff History

Deardurff History This if an excerpt from the Franklin County Centennial Biographical History R977.156 - C333 Lewis Publishing Co. 1901 Found at: Ohio Historical Society Columbus, Ohio The Deardurffs, 1798 to 1901 When Franklinton was...
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