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History of Putnam County, Ohio : its peoples, industries, and institutions

History of Putnam County, Ohio : its peoples, industries, and institutions

Source : Internet Archive

History of Putnam County, Ohio : its peoples, industries, and institutions

History of Putnam County, Ohio : its peoples, industries, and institutions

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MEYER


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Meyer, John H. 1085


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Meyer, Herman F. 1417


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Meyer, Gerhard B. 1408


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Meyer, Charles H. 1396


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1896- Clara Meyer, Effa (Barr) Klay, Gertrude (Paul) Wilson, Violet Sackett, Anna Wellens, Emma (Fipp) Preisendorfer.


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on November 27, 1907, to Helena Meyer, daughter of Theodore and Mary Ann (Drerup) Meyer, who was born in Ottawa


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Theodore Meyer followed the business of farming throughout his life, and was successful. His death


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now occupied by his son, Antoon Meyer, who bought it from his father.


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Day, 1887, a son of John B. and Catherine (Smith) Meyer, both of whom were born in Ottawa township, in


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county, is the son of George Meyer, a former well-known and influential farmer of Union township, this county, who came


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dealers in Putnam county is John W. Meyer, whose attractive place in Union township is the subject of admiring attention


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and near throughout the county. Mr. Meyer is one of the younger generation of farmers who are taking advantage of


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John W. Meyer was reared on the paternal farm, attending both the district school of


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the same. The barn, which Mr. Meyer erected at that time, was foi many years a veritable landmark in that


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farm. About twenty years ago Mrs. Meyer, mother of the immediate subject of this sketch, died, and Mr. Meyer took


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1892, he was married to Elizabeth Meyer a daughtero Gerhard and Elizabeth (Dickman) Meyer, both of whom ,ere nate Tof


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nate Tof Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were married in Glandorf, Putnimounty and to them were born the following children:


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on June i, 1892, to Mary Meyer, who was born south of Glandorf, in this county, and who is a


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account of the Moening family. George B. Meyer farmed all of his life northwest of Glandorf and was the owner


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Kleman. The sketch of J. Henry Meyer, elsewhere in thiswork, gives more of the Meyer family history.


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Jackson township , Frank married Mary Meyer and lives in Toledo ,


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marriage, January 19, 1910, to Lucy Meyer, the daughter of Henry and Catherine (Ellerbrock) Meyer.


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Lucy Meyer, the daughter of Henry and Catherine (Ellerbrock) Meyer.


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Putnam county, where he and Joseph Meyer engaged in brickmaking, their first kiln being erected on the west side of


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and was a son of Diedrich and Catherine (Meyer) Timmerman. Doctor Timmerman and his wife were married at Cincinnati,.


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G., March 8, 1876, married Lizzie Meyer. They live three miles northeast of Miller City and have four children, Elizabeth


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JOHN HERMAN MEYER.


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father purchased the place when John H. Meyer was six years old. At that time the old house has been


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old barn was practically worthless. Herman Meyer tore it down and has erected a nice, large and modern house, and


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now Rlrs. Unverferth, and Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer. The mother of these children died in Greensburg township in 1890.


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John Herman Meyer was reared on the home farm, attending the district schools of his home


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After Mr. Meyer's marriage, he continued farming on land near the old home place, on what


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Mrs. Meyer was reared south of Ottawa, in Pleasant township, coming to Glandorf, at the


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Anna S., the wife of Ferdinand Meyer, a farmer of this county, Katherine, Eva and George, Jr. Mr. and Mrs.


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a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer.


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bought the tile mill of John Meyer, in Henry county, Ohio, and moved it to North Creek. He remodeled and


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county, Ohio, the son of Gerhard B. and Mary (Moening) Meyer. Gerard B. Meyer was born in Germany, the son


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Gerhard and Mary (Moening) Meyer. Gerard B. Meyer was born in Germany, the son of Theodore and Anna Mary (Mersman)


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Glandorf, Putnam county, about 1834. Theodore Meyer helped to build the canal. He had many thrilling experiences with the Indians


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John H. Meyer is one of six sons and three daughters, of whom one son


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JOHN HENRY MEYER.


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John Henry Meyer lived at home until twenty-two years old when, in 1880, he was married


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After Mr. Meyer's first marriage he began farming about three miles southwest of Leipsic and five


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Mrs. Meyer's first husband was J. William Schroeder, who was born on March 6, 1857,


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Mrs. Meyer had seven children by her first marriage, four sons and three daughters :


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daughter Minnie the same day Mr. Meyer married Frank's mother ,


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Putnam county, the son of Gerhard and Anna (Moening) Meyer, whose life histories are found elsewhere in this volume. These


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In the spring of 1886 Mr. Meyer purchased a farm in the southeastern part of Liberty township, and he has


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Bernard J. Meyer was born on June 12, 1863, at Glandorf, Putnam county, the son


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BERNARD JOSEPH MEYER.


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the support of this faith. Mr. Meyer is a representative citizen and a successful farmer. He is interested in all


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follow : Albert, who married Veronica Meyer, by whom he has one son, Leonard, lives at Toledo, Ohio, where he.


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deceased, was the wife of Henry Meyer, and lived at Cleveland, Mary, the wife of Barney Schmenk, lives southwest of


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, Elizabeth, the wife of Joseph Meyer, a farmer living southwest of Leipsic, Theodore died in May, 1899, and left


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farm, Anna, the wife of Henry Meyer, lives in section 8 of Pleasant township, and they have five living children,


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children, Theresa, the wife of Theodore Meyer, lives in Blanchard township, south of Leipsic, and has four living children, Bernard,


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Henry and Katie. Katie married Theodore Meyer and lives in Toledo, and Henry J. lives in Liberty township near the


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of children, Theresa, who married August Meyer, lives at Sheppard, Michigan, and has five children, Albert, Ida, Alphonse, Raymond and


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Wallen's grandfather, her grandmother married Joseph Meyer. The son born to them, Joseph, served three months in the war.


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March 17, 1880, who married Mary Meyer, of Putnam county, Bernard Henry, August 29, 1881, who married Mary Niese, of


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and is the son of George H. and Mary (Schroeder) Meyer. His father was a native of Putnam county, Ottawa


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land for general farming purposes. George H. Meyer is still living and resides on this farm, to which he added


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CHARLES HENRY MEYER.


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his family are devout members. Mr. Meyer's mother was a native of Greensburg township, this county, being the daughter of


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Charles H. Meyer spent his early boyhood days about his father's farm m Ottawa township


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denomination in Columbus Grove. Personally, Mr. Meyer is a hard worker and is well thought of in the community, he


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To the marriage of Charles Henry Meyer and wife have been born the following children :


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suggested by the career of Gerhard B. Meyer, who during his life, forged his way to the front ranks of


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-^6, 1833. the son of Theodore and Anna (Mersman) Meyer. Gerhard BMe.ver came with his parents, in 1834, to Glandorf,


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The late Gerhard B. Meyer was born in Hanover, Germany, on August -^6, 1833. the son of


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seventh child baptized m Glandorf. Theodore Meyer, Mr. Meyer's father, was connected yith the organization of the church at Glandorf,


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vicinity On May i, 1853, Mr. Meyer was married to Anna M. Moening, a sister of Henry Moening, whose life


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gives the parental history of Mrs. Meyer. She was born in Ottawa township, southwest of Glandorf on April 29, 1835,


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He is a son of Gerhard B. and Anna M. (Moening) Meyer. Herman Frank Meyer has lived all his life


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Mr. Meyer was married on August 31, 1898, to Paulina Karhoff, who was born northwest


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HERMAN FRANK MEYER.


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parents, Frank first married Katie Meyer. She died, leaving an infant son, Harry, and he afterward married Lucy Hulsman,


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acres of land near Glandorf. Mrs. Meyer's father was only ten years of age when her grandfather died. The grandmother


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Herman Frank Meyer now owns one hundred and twenty-nine acres of land, on which he carries


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Mr. Meyer and family are devout members of the Catholic church at Glandorf. In fact,