Barber record - The Coshocton Tribune, Tuesday, 9 Oct 1945, p. 8
is Mindanao that from same Pfc. 1, son 4. Hue- son is an Indiantown of army 1942, JUST NOSING AROUND By The) Tribune Staff Haircuts for five generations of the same family is the record of Alexander Roberts, former well- known Coshocton barber, who last week cut three - months - old George William Stewart's hair at his shop in Granville. In the year 1889 Mr. Roberts came to Coshocton and formed a partnership with Charles Henry, now deceased. The ,two, both Negroes, set up their first business in a small shop across from the city hall on Main st. Mr. Roberts later barbered in the shop on Fifth st. now operated by Roland D. Tyson. It was in 1889 that Mr. Roberts began cutting the hair of James Stewart, the great-great grandfather grandfather of George William. He later served James R. Stewart, the baby's great-grandfather, George F. Stewart, his grandfather, and George Aston Stewart, his father. In 1907 Mr. Boberts left Coshocton Coshocton to set up his business In Granville. When Aston and William William Stewart attended Denison university, they again patronized the family barber. Mr. Roberts, who will not reveal his age, does his regular barbering daily and stays open three nights a week to do hair styling for the Denison university coeds.