From "History of Huron and Erie Counties", Townsend Twp., 1879 by W.W.Williams, pages 242-252:
Hiram Boardman came to this township from Massachusetts, alone, on foot, in the spring of 1835. He bought his farm and then returned east for his family, with whom he arrived in June following. He died in Townsend in 1871, aged sixty-five years.
Ca 1837, Hiram Boardman served as postmaster of East Townsend for a term of six of seven years.
Hiram died 15 Apr 1871 in East Townsend. Check http://index.rbhayes.org/ for more information.
These names, with page numbers, are listed under BOARDMAN in the book "Huron County, Ohio Cemetery Inscriptions". ADALINE A. HINKLEY 118, BARZILLAI 569, CALEB L. 542, D. 857, DELIA 851, EDITH M. 82, ELIZA 851, EMELINE 857, FP 118, H. 857, HR 851, HATSEL 857, HIRAM 851(2), JL 857, MATILDA 857, NANCY 569, RACHEL SANDERS 569, RAY C. 84, THANKFUL A. 857 and WAUNETA 84.
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