Location: Middlefield Ohio

Biographical Sketch of Charles E. Alden

Alden, Charles E.; attorney-at-law; born, Middlefield, O., Dec. 18, 1875; son of Edward H. and Hercy Dunham Alden; educated, Hiram College; degree of A. B. 1901; legal education at the Cleveland Law School and W. R. U., finishing in 1905; admitted to the Bar that year; married, Brunswick, O., Dec. 25, 1902, Ina May Gibbs; issue, Marcella Eugenia Alden age 5, and John Butler Alden age 3 years and 9 months; in Jan. 1906, formed partnership with E. J. Hopple, firm of Alden & Hopple; in 1909 firm changed to J. M. Cullough, firm of Alden & Hopple; in 1909 firm changed firm and with H. H. Knapp and C. P. Magee formed the firm of Alden, Knapp & Magee, for the general practise of law; member Ohio State Bar Ass’n, member Cleveland Chamber of Progress, and the 22nd Ward Democratic...

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Biographical Sketch of Frederick Baldwin Senter

Senter, Frederick Baldwin; mnfr. of lubricating oils; born, Bedford, O., April 6, 1864; son of John and Jane Boyle Senter; educated, common and high school and Spencerian Business College; married, Middlefield, O., Dec. 25, 1889, Kate Donaldson, one daughter, Margaret, and one son, Talmadge; took active part in Bedford civic improvements; promoted establishment of public water works, and sewerage system after graduation started in oil business and continued in same until he established the Franklin Oil & Gas Co., of Bedford and Cleveland; capitalized at $200,000; most modern plant for producing highgrade cylinder oil, engine oil and boiler compounds; organized The Bedford Supply Co., general merchandise; Bedford Board of Trade, raising membership from 6 to 125; pres. and gen. mgr. The Franklin Oil & Gas Co.; his father came to Northfield township, in Summit county, from Londonderry, Ireland, in 1840, and took up a section of land still owned by the family; trustee Bedford Baptist Church; member Bedford Board of Trade, Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, Automobile Club, Golden Rod Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Bedford. Recreations: Hunting and...

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