JOHN W. EACHUS, farmer, P. 0. London, Ohio, was born near Richmond, Ind., October 4, 1829. His mother, Elizabeth
Trowel, was a daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth Troxel, who came from Virginia to Ohio during the second decade of
the present century. Our subject's father went West after marriage, and rented land until 1833, when he returned
to Ohio and remained until his death, which occurred in August, 1856. He had a family of nine children - four sons
and five daughters. Of the latter, the survivors are Sallie, wife of Thomas Cullumber, of Franklin County; Elizabeth
A., wife of Moses Seads, of Pickaway County; and Caroline, with of William Keg, of Franklin County. The subject
of this sketch remained at home in Franklin County with hi; parents until his marriage, when he rented a farm for
five years, and in 1864 he came to where he now lives. In 1854, he married Sarah L. Hutson, daughter of John K.
Hutson, whose sketch appears under the name of Austin S. Hutson. Mr. Each, by his marriage, has had six children.
viz., Viola (wife of Frank Mitchell), Marianna (wife of John Sifrit), Eugenia J. (wife of Harry Barker), John W.,
Scott M. and Holton. Mr. Eachus is a prominent man in his township, and for nine terms served as one of the Board
of Trustees. His wife is a member of the Methodist Church.
History of Madison County, Ohio
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Madison County, Ohio Biographies
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