(Research):?? Born : 1779

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(Research):?? Born : 1779

Solomon came to Ohio with his father and brothers in 1805, then returned to Pennsylvania and married. He was engaged to Sallie Hill but instead married Elizabeth Smock. (Sallie married Isaac Shepler.) Elizabeth Smock is believed to have been the sister of Mary Smock, who became the second wife of Nicholas Reasoner, the oldest child of Peter and Mary Reasoner. In Ohio, Solomon gave land for the Presbyterian Meeting House as well as for other building and the Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Solomon's house lay across the valley to the east of this little cemetery while his brother Benjamin's farm and house lay a short distance and in plain sight to the south. He enlisted for the War of 1812 but did not go to the front as the war ended. "Solomon was known as "Big Sol" because of his strength and size. He kept a hotel during the later years of his farm life and then moved to New Concord where he erected a large house which became known as "Solomon's Temple." In this he also kept a hotel.

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Solomon Reasoner
March 29, 1779
241 Rostraver, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA
1 August 6, 1854
166 75 Muskingum, Ohio, USA
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