Biography of Charles A. Pierce
Springfield, Clark County, OH Biographies





CHARLES A. PIERCE, news depot, books, stationery and wall paper, Springfield. Mr. Charles Pierce cast his lot with the people of this city just a quarter of a century ago, and his life and present honorable position here in business and public esteem are an apt illustration of what industry, energy and honest effort will do. Commencing as a paper carrier, Mr. Pierce has advanced steadily in business to his present position of leading bookseller and stationer. Mr. Pierce was a participant in the late unpleasantness, taking part in the Tennessee campaign under Burnside, as Orderly Sergeant, in the 129th O. V. I., serving for a period of nine months, of which service the siege of Cumberland Gap was a prominent event. Mr. Pierce at once impresses you as being an earnest, sincere man, genuine in his feelings and sentiments, and his excellent reputation in the community fully bears out this favorable impression. Mr. Pierce married Miss Maria T. French sixteen years ago, and his family consists of two boys and one girl, and he is yet in the prime of vigorous manhood, with excellent prospects ahead.

From:
History of Clark County, Ohio
W. H. Beers & Co.
Chicago 1881


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