Biography of Albert Lymangrover
Hancock County, OH Biographies

ALBERT LYMANGROVER, postmaster and merchant, Deweyville, was born in Stark County, Ohio, September 8, 1851; son of Matthias and Martha (Shemer) Lymangrover, natives of Germany, former of whom, a mason by trade, came to Ohio when a boy. They reared a family of eight children, of whom Albert is the sixth. Our subject received his education in the common schools of Henry and Hancock Counties, and also attended the Findlay Union School. After working on the farm till he was eighteen years of age, he made his home for six years in McComb, this county, clerking in a store there. He then served, in same capacity in Custar, Wood County, and later in Henry County, Ohio. He embarked in business in the latter county, had the honor of naming the town of Grouted, and through his influence a postoffice was established. Mr. Lymangrover came to Deweyville in 1880, since which time he has conducted a successful general merchandising business. He was married, in 1874, to Mary Walker, a lady of Irish lineage, daughter of Harvey Walker. To this union were born the following named children: Lola P., Mabel E., and Ray. Mrs. Lymangrover is a member of the Presbyterian Church. He is a member of the Christian Union and has been secretary of the Sabbath school. While a resident of Wood County our subject served two years as constable. He is a member of McComb Lodge, No. 354, I. O. O. F:

History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886

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