A. C. KILE
MR. KILE, the member from Richiand county, was born in County Down, Ireland, January 7, 1810, and emigrated to
the United States in 1817, settling in Beaver county, now Lawreiiee county, Pennsylvania, which place he left in
January, 1834, and came to Ohio, locating in Richland county, Worthington township. He received a common school
education. Mr. Kile is a carpenter and joiner, and a farmer.
He was elected Constable in 1840, and served iu that position for four years, after which he assessed his township
for three years.
In 1851 he was elected Justice of the Peace, in which office he has done service for fifteen years. This is certainly
faithful endurance in public office.
He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1869, and re-elected in 1871. He was a member of important Standing
House Committees in the Fifty-ninth General Assembly, and is a member of several committees of the Sixtieth General
He is, and always has been, a Democrat, having cast his first vote for General Jackson for President.
He was married in 1841 to Miss Phipps, has had five children, four of whom are still living.
Mr. Kile is now over sixty years old, and yet he has the appearance of a man of forty five. Is honest, unassuming
and practical, and gentlemanly in his bearing toward men of both parties, and to all people.
Biographical Sketches of the
State Officers and of the members
of the Sixtieth General Assembly
of the State of Ohio.
By: W. Sarwin Crabb.
Ohio State Journal Book and Job Rooms.
Columbus, Ohio 1872
Ohio State Officials and the 60th General Assembly
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