Biography of Nathan D. Stevenson
Allen County, OH Biographies

NATHAN D. STEVENSON, farmer, P. O. Westminster, was born in Perry Township, this county, March 14, 1842, and is a son of William and Nancy (Hullinger) Stevenson. His paternal grandfather, Francis Stevenson, was a pioneer of Clark County, Ohio, and later of this county, settling in Auglaize Township in an early day, where he cleared and improved a farm on which he lived and died. He reared a family of eight children who grew to manhood and womanhood: William (deceased). John, James, Eli, Elias, Joseph, Kate and Betsey. The father of our subject was reared in Clark County, Ohio, and settled in Perry Township, this county, in 1842, on the farm now occupied by his widow, which he cleared and improved, and here he lived and died. He had a large family of children, of whom five are now living: Nelson; Nathan D.; Maria, wife of James Wonnell; Samantha, wife of John Allison; and George. The maternal grandfather of our subject, Christopher Hullinger, was a native of Pennsylvania, and an early settler of Perry Township. Our subject was reared in Perry Township, and educated in the common schools. He was in the late war of the Rebellion, having enlisted in July, 1862, in Company E, Ninety ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry; was in twenty three engagements, and. honorably discharged in July, 1865. He was married, December 5, 1867, to Catherine A., daughter of Nelson Basle, of Auglaize County, Ohio. They have no children. Mr. Stevenson is a Republican in politics. He is an enterprising citizen of Perry Township.

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