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 Olney Friends School - History: Personnel, 1876-1926
Bell Tower at Olney Friends School

See previous entry: Olney Friends School - History: Student Life at Olney, c.1926

Olney's Early Superintendents and Matrons, 1876-1926

  • Barclay W. and Hannah B. Stratton - 19 terms
  • Richard and Sarah W. Mott - 5 terms
  • Joseph C. and Elizabeth B. Stratton - 17 terms
  • Jesse and Susan G. Edgerton - 10 terms
  • Edmund S. and Eliza D. Smith - 8 terms
  • W. Mifflin and Mary Anna Hall - 8 terms
  • John W. and Edith H. Smith - 4 terms
  • Jonathan and Rosella E. Binns - 4 terms
  • William L. and Dorothy S. (Stratton) Ashton - 14 terms
  • James W. and Sina R. Walton - 5 terms
  • Samuel and Anna Mott Hall - 6 terms
  • Charles and Elizabeth J. Livezey - 2 terms

Olney's Early Teachers, 1876-1926

  • William L. Ashton* - 1 term
  • Martha A. Wilson - 10 terms
  • Davis Forsythe - 3 terms
  • William Bishop - 1 term
  • Sara D. Sears - 1 term
  • Walter L. Moore - 1 term
  • Ira S. Frame - 1 term
  • Anna L. Branson (Walton) - 5 terms
  • Dillwyn Stratton - 1 term
  • James Henderson - 1 term
  • Lloyd Baldersten Jr. - 3 terms
  • J. Hervey Dewees - 9 terms
  • Benjamin F. Whitson - 4 terms
  • Lucinda Bailey - 7 terms
  • William F. Smith* - 2 terms
  • Elisha Gamble - 5 terms
  • Anna Livezey (Hall) - 6 terms
  • Wilmer P. Leeds - 2 terms
  • Charles E. Gauze Jr - 6 terms
  • Dorothy H. Stratton (Ashton)* - 20 terms
  • Robert H. Smith - 17 terms
  • Edward F. Lupton - 3 terms
  • Edward W. Comfort - 1 term
  • Walter E. Vail - 4 terms
  • Sara E. Steer (Pickett) - 6 terms
  • Allen B. Clement - 1 terms
  • Lindley M. Osbourne - 1 term
  • Charles P. Morlan - 11 terms
  • J. Wetherill Hutton - 46 terms
  • Naomi Dewees - ? terms
  • Rachel A. Russell (Haines) - 8 terms
  • Ehna G. Hutton (Conrad) - 3 terms
  • Benjamin J. Thomas - 18 terms
  • Howard T. Jones - 3 terms
  • F. LeRoy Dewees - 2 terms
  • Anna Stanton (Palmer) - 2 terms
  • Mark Balderston - 1 term
  • Amy Grace Mekeel -11 terms
  • Emma R. Steer - 2 terms
  • M. Elizabeth Whitacre - 2 terms
  • Edith Stratton (Piatt) - 3 terms
  • Edith Newlin - 6 terms
  • Eliza Foster (Leeds) - 1 term
  • Perley Pickett - 4 terms
  • Edna M. Sears - ? terms
  • Joseph J. Walton - 2 terms
  • William R. Hall - 2 terms
  • Mary M. Maxwell - 6 terms
  • Mary M. Otis - 2 terms
  • Chester W. Emmons - 2 terms
  • Elva R. Hodgin (Maxwell) - 2 terms
  • Arthur J. Stratton - 4 terms
  • Mary L. Emmons - 2 terms
  • Anna Holloway - 1 term
  • Mary M. Smith (Cowperthwait) - 7 terms
  • Edmund C. Stanton - 5 terms
  • Laura J. Hoyle - 5 terms
  • Emma M. Talbott (Oliver) - 13 terms
  • Mabel H. Cameren (Satterthwait) - 8 terms
  • George J. Hiatt - 3 terms
  • Howard H. Brinton - 3 terms
  • Jane C. Balderston (Dye) - 9 terms
  • Wilmer J. Young - 8 terms
  • Ellen S. Cope (Hutton) - 6 terms
  • Mary H. Moore - 2 terms
  • Mary E. Conrad - 2 terms
  • James W. Steer - 6 terms
  • Florence L. Young (Carpenter) - 1 term
  • H. Arthur Hall - 4 terms
  • Ruth Balderston (Lippincott) - 8 terms
  • Luanna Bowles - 4 terms
  • Walter C. Livezey - 2 terms
  • William O. Foster - 4 terms
  • Marian H. Taber - 6 terms
  • Tacy E. Smith - 6 terms
  • T. Jane Meyers (Foster) - 6 terms
  • Dortha Carter - 2 terms
  • George A. Patterson - 2 terms

* Indicates they also were teachers at Mr. Pleasant, Ohio, prior to 1874 -- the date Friends Boarding School was moved to Barnesville, Ohio.

Note: Benjamin J. Thomas was appointed Principal in 1906 and served in that capacity until 1911, when J. Wetherill Hutton was appointed, who served continuously for many years.

For the table of contents and first entry in this series, please see: Olney Friends School, Barnesville, Ohio

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Source: This entry is adapted from Olney, 1876-1926, a booklet published on the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Olney Friends School in Barnesville, Ohio.

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