Biography of Saul Faulkner
Allen County, OH Biographies

SAUL FAULKNER, farmer, P. O. Lima, was born in Mad River Township, Champaign County, Ohio, February 24, 1811, and is a son of George and Elizabeth (Collins) Faulkner, the former a native of Virginia, the later of Kentucky. Our subject was reared on a farm in his native county, where his parents had settled in about 1804. In 1833 he came to Lima, and worked on a farm by the month for a part of two years. In 1836 he settled in Perry Township, this county, on a farm where he now resides, which he cleared and improved, and where he has lived forty- nine years. Mr. Faulkner has been twice married, on the first occasion. February 1, 1835, to Mary, daughter of John and Phebe (Lorgent) Fitzpatrick, of Champaign County, Ohio. The issue of this union was six children: Lewis E., George W., John H. (deceased), Phebe A., wife of Minor Harrod; Silas, killed at the seige of Vicksburg during the late war of the Rebellion; and Elizabeth F., wife of Frederick Ditzler. March 21, 1855, our subject married his present wife, Sarah, daughter of John and Rachel (James) Berryhill, of Bath Township, this county, and by this union there were three children: Mary E. (deceased). an infant daughter (deceased), and Sarah A. Mr. Faulkner is a substantial farmer and a worthy citizen. In politics he is a Republican.

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