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Clarence W. Seibert Cemetery Records, Milford, Clermont County, Ohio

CARR Aaron S., son of Joseph and Eliza, d. 18 Jan. 1845, ae. 5 yrs., 10 mos., 25 days. Enos W., son of Joseph and Mary, d. 4 Dec. 1848, ae. 9 yrs., 5 mos., 18 days. DIMMITT Druzilla G., d. 2 Aug. 1849, ae. 49 yrs., 5 mos. Married to Beal H. Louisa E., dau. of B. H. and Druzilla, d. 14 Aug. 1835, ae. 11 mos., 6 days. FROZEE (Infant son), of John and Elizabeth, d. 10 Aug. 1824. Eliza, dau. of John and Elizabeth, d. 12 Oct. 1823, ae. 3 yrs., 7 mos., 28 days. John, b. 1787, d. 4 Mar. 1849, ae. 59 yrs., 5 mos., 26 days. Phebe, dau. of John and Elizabeth, d. 5 Mar. 1823, ae. 13 yrs., 22 days. Phebe Ann, dau. of William and Nancy, d. 22 Aug. 1837, ae. 1 yr., 3 mos., 5 days. HILL Jacob Henry, d. 21 Feb. 1840, ae. 73 yrs., 7 mos., 28 days. Jemina, d. 11 Feb. 1817, ae. 48 yrs., 13 days. Wife of Jacob Henry. Rebecca S., d. 18 Aug. 1863, ae. 68 yrs., 8 mos., 14 days. MCLAUGHLIN Charles, d. 22 May 1837, ae. 54 yrs., 3 mos., 8...

Biographical Sketch of E. K. Gatch

Gatch, E. K.; cashier Graselli Chemical Co.; born, Milford, O., in 1865; common school and graduated from the High School of Milford, came to Cleveland in 1884; went to work for E. G. Graselli & Son, as office boy; promoted to shipping clerk, book-keeper and finally cashier; heavy stockholder in the company; member Y. M. C. A., Business Men’s Club, and Athletic Club. Recreations:...

Biography of William Christee Smyser

William Christee Smyser, who died at Sterling, Kansas, August 9, 1917, had been for thirty-five years a resident of that section of the state. Few men have assumed and carried out to such a successful conclusion the larger responsibilities of business affairs. One of the outstanding characteristics of big business men is a quiet efficiency of performance that handles a great volume of work with a notable absence of noise and confusion. This quiet efficiency was a mark of Mr. Smyser’s entire career. Under his direction large affairs were transacted and things got themselves done in the form of concrete results, but in such a way as to attract little notice to the source of the power and energy. The foundation of his business success was laid during his connection with the broom corn industry of Western Kansas. For a number of years he was one of the most extensive dealers in this crop, buying in carload lots. After he gave this up he concentrated all his time upon the buying and feeding of sheep, and was undoubtedly one of the biggest producers of mutton and wool in the State of Kansas. He amassed a large property in farm land and always lived in close touch with the soil. He was a student of farming from its scientific as well as practical point of view. He knew and understood soils, and seldom made an error in adapting his crops and his business to the variations of soil and climate. William Christie Smyser was born at Milford, Ohio, September 5, 1839, and at the time of his death his age...

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