W. A. Mick, one of the prosperous farmers and stockmen of Madison Township, highly esteemed for his integrity
and industry, is a native of West Virginia. He was born in Hancock County, May 7, 1858, and is the son of John
and Sarah (Huff) Mick.
John Mick was born in Ohio, but spent the greater part of his life in West Virginia. He was a farmer and was extensively
engaged in sheep raising, having as many as 700 head on his farm. He was a Republican, and a member of the Yellow
Creek Presbyterian Church. The following children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Mick: Samuel, lives in Madison Township;
W. A., the subject of this sketch; Sarah, the widow of William Bowland, lives at Lisbon; Elizabeth, lives with
her brother, W. A.; Burgess, lives in Florida; Fannie and Margaret, both deceased. H. H. Mick lives in Wellsville,
where he is employed as a heater in the sheet mill.
W. A. Mick received his education in the schools of Madison Township. He has always been interested in farming
and owns one of the finest stock farms in Columbiana County. It contains 300 acres and Mr. Mick's home is among
the attractive and modern residences of the community. He is especially interested in the breeding of Poland China
hogs and Percheron horses.
Politically, Mr. Mick is a Republican. He holds membership in the Yellow Creek Presbyterian Church and is a member
of a long honored pioneer family of this section.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
Names A to F
Names G to M
Names N to Z
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