Kent County Biographies
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Railway Officials in America 1906
Andrew J. Auble was born Feb. 11, 1835, in Seneca Co., N. Y. His father, William Auble, was born in 1785. of
German descent, and died in 1872. His mother was of Scotch Irish ancestry, born in 1805, and died Aug. 8, 1869.
Mr. Auble came to Michigan in 1852 and located on sec. 30. Fifteen years after he purchased 80 acres on sec. 9,
now valued at $3,200. He was married May 17, 1864, to Amelia C. Angle, of Caledonia. They have two children, Herbert
A., born April 24, 1857, and Ralph P., May 8, 1880. Mrs. Auble was born March 6, 1845. In politics Mr. A. is a
Republican, has been Town Treasurer and Overseer of the Poor, and belongs to Ada Lodge, No. 280, F. & A. M.
Himself and wife are members of the Methodist Church. William Auble (mentioned above) was under Gen. Scott at Fort
Erie, Black Rock and Lundy's Lane. He was beside his superior officer when he was wounded at the last named fight
and saw him held on his horse when too weak from loss of blood to ride without aid.
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