History of Hancock County, Ohio, Chicago: Warner Beers & Co., 1886.
From chapter on Amanda Township, page 361:
Michael and Mary (Hager) Misamore and family were, perhaps, the next to settle in Amanda [after Darius and Sanford Smith in 1830]: the former was a native of Virginia, and the latter of Pennsylvania. They had a family of eleven children, when in 1831 they removed from Pickaway County, and settled in a small log cabin on the east bank of the Blanchard in Section 13. In 1835, Mr. Misamore built a frame grist-mill, which supplied a very material want to the settlers of this locality. These mills were afterward run by his son John, who also rebuilt them after they were burnt down. The parents died here, and of their children three sons and two daughters survive. John resides in Section 24, immediately south of where the family settled about fifty-five years ago.