Susannah Cochran Piper Porter, wife of John Porter, died 14 Aug 1824
Source: Beers 1883 Union County [Ohio] History - Robert Piper was a native of Ireland, who with a brother; crossed the ocean to the Colonies in 1790. The brother located at Cape Girardeau, Mo., and Robert settled in Pennsylvania, where he married Miss Susannah Cochran, who was born September 16, 1781. He moved and settled in Union Township in 1818[?]. His death occurred while on the road between Chillicothe, Ohio, and his home, on October 18, 1813. Their children were Eleanor Margaret, William C., Mary Rosannah and Jane [Piper].
Source: Beers 1883 Union County [Ohio] History - WILLIAM PORTER, farmer, P. O. Milford Center, was born in Erie County, Penn., in January, 1803, and is a son of John and Elizabeth Porter, natives of Pennsylvania, where the latter died.
John Porter came to Ohio in 1817, and settled on Darby Creek, in this township. Six children came to Ohio with him, viz.: John, Jesse, Robert, Mary, Elizabeth and William [Porter], all-of whom married and reared families, except Robert, And of them William alone survives. a. Mr. Porter had preceded his family to this county and married Susannah Piper, a widow lady, by whom he had four children-Maria., Lucinda J., Nancy and Minerva [Porter]; Lucinda (Hopkins) being the only survivor. By his third wife, Hannah Dodds, he had two children - Susan, who lives in Keokuk County, Iowa, and Martha, deceased. Mr. Porter was only moderately successful in life; he was an Associate Judge of the county, appointed by the Legislature, end was serving as such at the time of his death. He was an ex-soldier of the war of 1812, a strong anti-slavery man, and a zealous member of the United Presbyterian Church, in which he was a Deacon. He died in 1838 at the age of sixty-two years, universally loved and respected by all The knew him.