Hi Cindy. I'll see if my hubby can scan them into the computer for you when he gets home. Do keep in mind that this stuff was written long,long ago by his grandmother Susannah (Davies)Myers who was born 1887. I would guess she wrote the journal based on her husband, Cloyd Myers and his siblings memories and old family stories. Cloyd's son George Myers (now in his 90's) still has the tomahawk used by John Robert Myers around 1800. They are not related to the Simon family but evidentally the Myers and Simon's traveled together to Youngstown OH (after stopping in PA for a time) They remained good friends. Some of these Myers and Simons moved together to Wood Co Ohio. I do not know from whom she got the story about Andrew Simon being scalped but it was likely one of her Simon neighbors here in Youngstown OH. There is a name Gladys written on top of the typed portion but I do not know if she was a Simon or a Myers. Just for fun I will try to "borrow" the tomahawk from old Uncle George so we can photograph it and include it with the email. It was the tomahawk used by John Robert Myers to kill an Indian during a raid near Freemont OH..but there were Simon's in that raid too who likely had similar weapons. PS:We won't see Uncle George till Thursday when we take him for groceries and to dinner so please be patient.