Hiram S. Hendricks, a representative citizen of Salem and Columbiana County, was born on a farm in Beaver Township,
Mahoning County, Ohio, Feb. 6, 1861, and is the son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Bare) Hendricks.
Both Samuel Hendricks and his wife were natives of Mahoning County, where they spent their entire lives. He was
a teaming contractor and worked between Beaver Falls and Pittsburgh, Pa., with a six horse team. He also followed
farming and owned a well improved farm of 70 acres. Mr. Hendricks died in 1865 and his wife died in 1912. They
had two sons: Hiram S., the subject of this sketch; and John, a farmer, lives near Salem, Ohio.
Hiram S. Hendricks began life as a farmer. He attended the district schools of Beaver Township and at an early
age operated a farm in Columbiana County. In 1891 he removed to Salem, where he has since resided. He has had various
business connections in this city and is now identified with the Justice Manufacturing Company.
In 1883 Mr. Hendricks was united in marriage with Miss Emma Popel, a native of this county. To them two daughters
were born: Nora, married George Dawson, lives at Portland, Ore.; and Elizabeth, deceased.
Mr. Hendricks is independent in politics. He holds membership in the English Lutheran Church and is highly esteemed
in the community in which he lives.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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