Cliffe Hogans & Guy Lauderbaugh

Updated Nov 18, 2015
Jon Henderson shared a photo
on Nov 09, 2015 9:50 PM
Description:
Here is a photo of Cliffe Hogans and his partner Guy Cecil Lauderbaugh in 1918 in front of their Horse Shoeing shop in Croton Ohio .
Date & Place: in Hartford, Licking County, Ohio United States
ADVERTISEMENT BY ANCESTRY.COM
Member since 2015
Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson
Added this photo
Member since 2015
Rochelle Barozzi
Rochelle Barozzi
6 favorites
Member since 2014
Terri Maslen
Terri Maslen
55 favorites
Member since 2014
Mollie Wilkins
Mollie Wilkins
157 favorites
Member since 2014
Nancy Carlson
12 favorites
Member since 2014
Kimberly Wurl
Kimberly Wurl
365 favorites
Member since 2012
Cynthia Tidwell
Cynthia Tidwell
83 favorites
Member since 2012
Sue Douglas
Sue Douglas
41 favorites
Cancel
Moderator
Ancient Faces
Ancient Faces
482 favorites
Ancient Faces commented
Business partners Cliffe Hogans & Guy Lauderbaugh proudly posing in front of their horseshoeing business in Croton Ohio 1918
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Kat Mendez commented
Cool
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Björn Kempe commented
I wonder how theoretical horse-shoeing would have been!? Nice pic!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Susan Peters commented
Croton? Ohio .. I love old photos!!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Cheryl Pennybacker commented
Greatest photos!!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Judy Ellis commented
your last name caught my eye...my maiden name is Pennebaker...
Nov 18, 2015 ·
The 'smithy' or 'farrier' was as important to a town as the general store, and the post office. Their hot coal burning smelters could be seen for miles outside of town, and the smell was as unmistakeable as the sound of hammering steel on steel. In a way, I wish horses were still a favorable mode of transport. I had the best conversation with my Grandfather on slow easy rides into town on hot summer days from our Farm on Route O into Orrick Missouri. I miss him, I miss the horses, I miss the sounds.
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba commented
I love The OLD Photos. I'm so happy to see That you have Something Different And unique. I Am A Person who Loves Western Town and Move. But I Just want to say thank you for your own . CHOOSING a WONDERFUL THING that is So Great For you POST it here So we are All Can See. 😍
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
It's like the precursor to Discount Tires. :)
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Stevie Starr commented
The good old days.
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Ann Shriner commented
Croton? I lived in Ohio for a long time and that name doesn't sound familiar at all. A lot of little farming communities though so maybe some place like that .
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Croton is where the egg farm was, it was so massive & the flies were horrible! Fortunately it was eventually closed due to the unsanitary conditions. It is North of Johnstown & East of Sunbury.
Nov 18, 2015 ·
Ann Shriner commented
Ty for the info ! Now I know .
Nov 18, 2015 ·
Teresa Regenold commented
Nice place
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Donna Dorian commented
I love old photos!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Claire McCabe commented
Chris McCabe
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Susan Crouse commented
Very tough work.
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Kerrie Cavanagh commented
Chris Farrelly
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Jeri A. Williams commented
My grandfather - Charles C. Lockner, Sr partnered with a friend to open up his first garage in Sebring, OH -- he is 2nd from the right! He was so proud of his garage!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Sharon Burns commented
Well thank goodness it was practical.
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Judy Allen commented
Next door to "Bob's Impractical Shoeing Tent"
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Richard Que commented
Because an impractical business just wouldnt work.
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Angelica Monnerat commented
Julio Lutterbach Galhardo, quase parentes, não?
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Michael Miller commented
Gary Miller this made me think of your dad
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Michael Miller commented
Gary Miller
Nov 18, 2015 ·
Ronny R. Alders commented
These people worked hard in those days! Cars took the place of horses at some point. The automobile industry is all about $$$!
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Stephen Zaremba commented
Thank you RONNY I Appreciate it
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Kim Bleiweiss commented
Katie Frank
Nov 18, 2015 · Reply
Katie Frank commented
Cool!
Nov 18, 2015 ·
Eileen McKay commented
The Smithy at Gretna Green, is world famous for being a place where eloping lovers get married, over the anvil.
Nov 19, 2015 · Reply
Pat Hamer commented
love these old photos; life seemed so simple but sweet then.
Nov 19, 2015 · Reply
Marcey Anderson commented
my family did this an worked for the railroad.
Nov 19, 2015 · Reply
Member since 2015
Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson
117 favorites
Jon Henderson commented
Thank you for adding my photo of my grand father to your wonderful page. Cliffe was a very hard worker, starting work age 13 and horse shoeing in WWII where he met Guy Lauderbaugh and they were partners until Cliffe moved to Wyoming to work in the tie camps.
Nov 24, 2015 · Reply
Moderator
Daniel Pinna
Daniel Pinna
6.65k+ favorites
Daniel Pinna commented
Thank you for sharing such a wonderful photo with the rest of the world! Photos like these are treasures to be shared.
Nov 26, 2015 · Reply
Member since 2015
Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson
117 favorites
Jon Henderson commented
Croton was on the back of the card i have of this pic,, maybe around Columbus Ohio .
Nov 24, 2015 · Reply
Member since 2015
Jon Henderson
Jon Henderson
117 favorites
Jon Henderson commented
Croton is between Columbus and Mt. Vernon Ohio, a small community .
Nov 24, 2015 · Reply
Back to Top