Surnames in bio: HATTON-KELLER-GREEN-NICKLIN- McGREGOR-BRADY-McADAM-STICKNEY
RICHARD HATTON, Deceased He was born in Virginia, March 5th, 1808, the son of Boland and Margaret (Keller) Hatton. His family were residents of Virginia for several generations. He moved with his parents to Noble Co., OH in his youth and began his career as a publiher and editor of the Guernsey Times. He next published the Cadiz Republican. He was married at Barnesville, OH., May 26,1834 to Miss Sarah Green, daughter of Allen and Mary (Nicklin) Green. Mrs. Hatton was born in Virginia and went to Ohio in childhood with her parents. Ten children were born to them, six daughters and four sons: Mary A. born May 22, 1836, the wife of J. L. McGregor, a hardware merchant of Mt. Pleasant; Margaret E. was born June 21, 1838, and is the widow of the Rev.E. W. Brady, and resides in Mt. Pleasant; Sarah Jane, twin sister of Mrs. Brady, died in infancy, July 12, 1838; Lavina, born in 1839, died in Aug. 1841; Caroline, born Mar. 16, 1842 is the wife of G. W. McAdam of the Mt. Pleasant Journal; Alcinda, born in 1844, died in Sept. 1846. Frank born April 26, 1846; Allen was born Dec. 27, 1850; Harry born Dec. 1852, married Nellie Stickney. Mr. Hatton moved with his family from Cadiz, OH to Mt. Pleasant in 1866, when he bought the Journal office. He continued to edit and publish the Journal up to the time of his fatal illness. His death occurred Nov. 5, 1869. He was an earnest Republican.