Biography of Albert Soults
FROM OUR COUNTY AND ITS PEOPLE
A DESCRIPTIVE WORK ON JEFFERSON COUNTY, NEW YORK
EDITED BY: EDGAR C. EMERSON
THE BOSTON HISTORY COMPANY, PUBLISHERS 1898

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Soults, Albert, is the son of John M. and Rosa (Kepler) Soults, who came to the United States from Germany in the year 1848, and settled at Antwerp, N. Y., where the subject of our sketch was born in 1866. Mr. Soults received his education in the schools of Antwerp, and after finishing his education he came, to Great Bend, where his parents had removed, and where he followed farming until he was twenty-four years of age, when he entered the mill of the Great Bend Paper Company as back tender, and continued to advance until his present position of machine tender was reached. Of John M. Soults's children, including the subject of this sketch, there was seven: Frank, in the employ of the Great Bend Paper Company; J., a farmer in Champion, N. Y.; Helen, wife of O. G. Dodge of Great Bend; Josephine, wife of George Card of Watertown; Anna, who resides at home; Louise, who resides at home; and George J., a prosperous farmer of Great Bend.

 

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