CHARLES DOHM, a farmer living on section 16 in Erie. was born near Hesse Castle, Germany, Jan. 11, 1830, and
came to America in 1849 and worked on a farm near Rochester, Ontario and Wayne counties. N. Y., and came to Erie
in 1857. His parents, William and Sophia (Meier) Dohm, died in his infancy. March 2, 1858, he married Jennie, daughter
of Samuel and Nancy (Dean) Young, who died Nov. 30, 1880, leaving seven children: Augustus, born Nov. 30, 1860,
married and living at home; Elwood, born June 25, 1862, married and living in Bedford: Samuel, born July 22, 1865,
living at home; Willie, born June 16, 1867, living in Toledo; Carl, born June 25, 1870, living in Bedford; Wilhelmina,
born June 18, 1878, and George Spencer. Nov. 27, 1880, both living at home, and Frank, born May 9, 1875, died Dec.
29, 1876. He is a Presbyterian, and a member of the Erie Vigilance Society, as well as an independent Democrat.
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.
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