Biography of Aaron B. Shuck
Hancock County, OH Biographies

AARON B. SHUCK, farmer, P. 0. Vanlue, was born in Amanda Township, this county, December 26, 1846, son of William and Christena (Stahl) Shuck, and grandson of Samuel and Elizabeth (Dipert) Shuck. The father of our subject came to Ohio in 1839, and married about a year and a half after. For a time he resided in Wyandot County, Ohio; afterward purchased eighty acres of land in Amanda Township, this county, which land was a part of the first tract entered in Amanda Township. His children were Benjamin, Philip, William P , Aaron B John, Susannah (wife of H. G. Bliss), Sarah E. (wife of John Hyle), Mary and Joseph G. (deceased). William Shuck has resided in Amanda Township this county, for forty years; has been a successful farmer, and now has a competence to enjoy in his old age. The subject of this sketch was married, in 1871, to Malinda, daughter of Nimrod Bright by his second wife, and granddaughter of the early pioneer, Major Bright. (Mrs. Shuck had one full sister, older, named Mary E., deceased.) To Mr. and Mrs. Shuck have been born six children: Carey L., Laura E., Louie J., Porter L., Preston O. and Sylvia M. (deceased). Mr. Shuck is the owner of a farm of 316 acres of well drained and well cultivated land, with fine improvements upon it, and is one of the promising young farmers of Big Lick Township. He is a member of the United Brethren Church; in politics he is a Democrat.

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

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