OIUQINAI. AUA. or SUGAR cmuw. to tbe and ol he well by most life taken amount . Sugar Creek, when Putnam county WMorginked in 1*M, was twelve Â·quare-the townships -if Monroe, Â·nt and Union beiau attached to it in of of as civil purposes. The following named pioneers, the date* of arrival attached to their several names, are given: James McCullough, 18.14; Joseph Croisley, 1837; Henry Phillips, 1836; James 0. Hullingor, ]830-hig father Christopher Hulllnger, following later; Joseph Lepley, 1639; William Smith, 1834; John C. PaMewon, 1837; John Baker, 183"; John Brunstotter, 1840; .TÂ»meÂ« Bowyer, 183fl; Andrew McCoy, 1803; Alexander tVeps, 1833; Andrew Snyder, 1834; Alaneon Tabor, 1824; Nelson HayeÂ»,1840; Jacob Early, 1839; Miller, 1839; Abraham Miller, 1833; D. Vanmeter, 1KB; Samuel liookliill, 1835; Joseph Hover, 1833; Samuel Stewart, 1829; William Bice, 1839; Dye Montgomery, 1820; tHenry Miller, (born in UM ronnty,) 1880; James Baber, 183"; JTathew _Dobbins, 1Â«M; Qrifflth Breeae, 1832; Solomon Yoakum, 1840; Abraham Boyd, 1837; James Owens, 1S37. Gen. tester Bliss, formerly conspicuous at the bar, in tha Ohio Legislature, and in other public positions, came Allen county in about 1840. Nelson Hayes, 1840, John P. Haller 1839, II. White, 18S7, H. H. McCullough, 1835,1. T. Moore, 1834, R. N. Jiockhill, 1840, J. L. B. Leatherman, 1S24, Alexander Crops, 1833, John Woods, 1828, M. Woods, 1828, H. Miller, 1830, J. Snnderlaud, 1827, Ross Crossly, 18:t9, Thomas Phillips, 1835, D, Lepley, 1839.