ELIZABETH DAUGHERTY, Tiro. Resolved White was a native of Connecticut. He moved to New York when but a lad, an lived there until the year 1818, then emigrated to the West in search of a home. In 1819, he came to Auburn Township, Crawford Co ., and there purchased 160 acres of land one Mr. Laugherty, pay paying for the same $3.75 per acre. On this farm was a small log house. In 1820, Mr. White returned to Now York. In 1821, he married Lucy Searl, and the same year he together with his young wife, emigrated to their wilderness home in Ohio. There were born to them six children - Philo, Elizabeth, Resolved, William W., one that died in infancy, and Lucy, Elizabeth and Lucy are the only ones living. Lucy the wife of Dr. Cuykendall, of Bucyrus; Elizabeth, on the 31 st of March, 1842, was united in marriage with Ezekiel Daugherty a son Daniel and Lydia (Smyers) Daugherty. He was born in New Jersey Feb. 5, 1818, and was reared upon a farm. In 1832, he came to Auburn Township, and began working for the farmers by the month. His marriage with Elizabeth bore the fruit of six children - Alva, Melissa, Searl, Orrissa, Resolved and Clara. Alva and Searl are dead. Melissa is the wife of Martin V. B. Wood. and lives in Auburn Township; Orrissa is the wife of John Hahn, and lives in Delaware, Ohio: Resolved lives on the old place with his mother. In February, 1879, he married Catharine Bender, and by her has one daughter - Orrissa. born May 8, 1880. Clara is at present going to musical school in Columbus, Ind. Mr. Daugherty is now dead. His widow and her son live on the old place first bought by Resolved White. They own 224 acres of excellent land. Mrs. Daughtery is a descendant of Perigrine White, of Plymouth Rock notoriety. Of Puritan ancestors. the Daughertys are honest and upright people. and are highly respected in the community in which they live.
From History of Crawford County and Ohio, Baskin & Battey, Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1881