Biography of Charles F. Stockler
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CHARLES F. STOCKLER, farmer, P. O. Bluffton, was born in Germany, October 13, 1834, only son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Brakel) Stockler. His father was a well to do farmer, and gave him good opportunities for obtaining an education in his native land. In 1854 our subject immigrated to America, and after remaining in New York a short time came to Franklin County, Ohio, thence moved to Champaign County, and was there married, in 1859, to Claracy Henkle, who bore him the following children: Albert E., Ida May (wife of Saint Boyd, a farmer), Emma (wife of Robert Hall), Elizabeth, Henry (deceased), Mollie, Frank, Nanie, Joseph and Ross. Mrs. Stockier is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. During the late civil war Mr. Stockier enlisted, in 1862, in Company G, One Hundred and Thirteenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and in 1864 reenlisted in Company G, Fifty fifth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, serving as a non commissioned officer. In 1869 he moved to this county and bought his present farm, where he has resided since 1870; the farm comprises fifty five acres of good land, the result of his own exertions, and which he has greatly improved. Our subject is a F. & A. M.; in politics a Republican.

From:
History of Allen County, Ohio
Published by: Wamer, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois
1885


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