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in a building on what is known quite well in Wooster as "Phin Weed's (livery stablegrounds" on the on th 6th day of October, 1812. I will read the roll the of the grand jury, and see how many you know. Geo. Poe, John Lawrence, Jas Cisna, James Morgan, Jonathan Butler, David Smithe, Oliver Jones, Phillip B. Griffith, John S. Dawson, Jacob Foulk, John Kinney, Nathan Warner, William Clark, John Foreman, and Andrew Lackey. The first court trial in in the county was at the May term, 1813, at the house of Josiah Crawford. The jury, Daniel Noggle, James Darland Abraham Oakly, Thomas Butler, Wrestell Ridgely, John Mullen, John Smith, Henry Burns, James Goudy, Jonah Crawford, Robert Orr and Phillip B. Griffith. What is remarkable is that Phillip B. Griflrh was one of the grand jury that found a bill against one Josiah Matthews and now was permitted to remain on the jury at the time of his trial. First lawyers Roswell M. Mason, C R. Sherman, J. W. Lathrop, Nathaniel Mothern, John M. Goodenow, John C. Wright, William B. Raymond and Elderling Pallor. Wayne county has had two court houses, and is now building
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