Biographical Sketch of William Wallace Ludlow

Ludlow, William Wallace; treas. CoOperative Stove Co.; born, Chardon, O., April 22, 1858; son of L. C. and Helen Stafford Ludlow; married, Dec. 25, 1882, A. A. Stafford; married, Feb. 21, 1893, M. E. Wilson; married July 14, 1902, M. A. Logan; two daughters, Catherine M., and Mira E.; thirty-five years with CoOperative Stove Co.,



Biographical Sketch of Maynard Hale Murch

Murch, Maynard Hale; dealer in securities; born, Chardon, Ohio, Nov. 3, 1874; son of Maynard Hale and Lucy Marion Stephison Murch; Adelbert College, Western Reserve University, class 1899, Ph. B.; married, March 22, 1905, Leah Mildred Daggett; issue, one son, Maynard Hale Murch, III; editorial staff Plain Dealer, 1898-1902; 1902-1909, employed by banking houses in



Biography of Truman Reeves

Truman Reeves, late proprietor of the oldest jewelry store in San Bernardino, and probably the only one-armed watchmaker in the world, established the business in that city in 1874. In 1857, when a youth of sixteen years, he commenced learning the watchmaker’s and jeweler’s trade with Julius King, in Warren, Ohio. He worked on his



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