*ADDY SAMUEL, Adams township, farmer, postoffice, Evansburgh; born June 20, 1843; son of ANTHONY T. and SARAH A. (NORRIS) ADDY;grandson of ROBERT ADDY and SAMUEL and LYDIA (HARTLY) NORRIS.He enlisted February 22, 1864, in Company H, Fifty-first O. V. I., under Captain SAMUEL STEVENS.He took part in the engagements at Tunnel Hill, Resaca, Cassville, Dalton, Kennesaw Mountain, and Peachtree Creek.Arriving at Atlanta, they went to Jonesboro, thence to Atlanta again, thence to Chattanooga, then to Athens, Alabama, from there to Pulaski, thence to Franklin and Nashville, and from there to Texas, and was discharged November 4, 1865.He was married October 5, 1866, to MISS SARAH J. NORRIS, daughter of MATILDA (MAPLE) and JACOB NORRIS.The ancestors were:WILLIAM and ANNA SMYTH NORRIS, WILLIAM and SARAH (JOHNSON) MAPLE, great great grand-daughter of CATHARINE (BRIDGEWATER) JOHNSON.She was born in Adams township, December 20, 1848.This union has been blessed with five children, viz:MARY A., born October 14, 1867; MARTHA E., born Septemer 26, 1869; AMANDA E., born May 16, 1872; MATILDA, born November 24, 1874; ORLA, born February 20, 1878.
*Since the above was written, MR. ADDY has gone to Iowa.
History of Coshocton County, Ohio:its past and present, 1740-1881; Newark, Ohio: A. A. Graham & Co., 1881