CONNEAUT, OHIO HISTORY & GENEALOGY

1878
History
of
Ashtabula Co., Ohio

with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches
of its'
Pioneers and Most Prominent Men.
Philadelphia
Williams Brothers
1878
256 pgs.

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BIOGRAPHIES

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

* LATIMER, Victorian D. - 198
* LEE, Ferdinand - 123
* LEONARD, E. B., Hon. - 125
* LINDSLEY, H. - 237
 

Morgan Twp. -
VICTORIAN D. LATIMER.  The subject of the following sketch was born in the township where he now resides, on the third day of September, 1843.  He is the fifth child of William and Corresta Reed Latimer, the former of whom was born in Otis, Massachusetts, and the latter in Granby, Connecticut.  The family came to Ohio in 1818.  The mother still resides there, the father having died in 1870.  Victorian D. received a fair academic education.  He was a member of the Eighty-seventh Regiment, Ohio Volunteers, and was taken prisoner by the southern Confederacy at Harper's Ferry, on Sept. 18, 1862.  Returning after the expiration of his term of service, he engaged in the mercantile business.  In the year 1875 he erected the fine brick block where he now carries on the drug and hardware trade.
     He was united in marriage on Oct. 4, 1864, to Esther, daughter of Baldwin and Harriet Fitzgerald Morris.  From this marriage have been born two children; these are Lenah, born May 8, 1866, and Frank O., whose birth occurred Apr. 16, 1868. 
(Source: 1798 History of Ashtabula County, Ohio with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Pioneers and Most Prominent Men by Publ. Philadelphia - Williams Brothers - 1878 - Page 198

FERDINAND LEE

HON. E. B. LEONARD

H. LINDSLEY

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