Biography of Vincent L. Buel
Madison County, Ohio Biographies





VINCENT L. BUEL, farmer, P. 0. Walnut Run, was born in Vermont July 1, 1828. His father came to Ohio in the fall of 1833, or 1835, and located at Cleveland, where he remained five years. He then moved to Circleville, and two years later came to Madison County, Ohio. He was a farmer and lumber dealer by occupation. His family consisted of eleven children, viz.: Julia E., Eliza A., Fannie M., David C., Jane W., William H., Mary M., Vincent L., James E., George W. and Caroline E. Our subject was raised on the farm and attended the public schools, in which he received his only education. On March 25, 1854, he married Nancy H. Farrer, who was born September 1, 1834. By this marriage five children were born, viz.: Albert L., born October 20, 1858; Luther, born January 15, 1860, and died in infancy; John W., born in January 25, 1861, and died September 4, 1863; Edward Grant, born November 28, 1867, and F. M., born May 10, 1871. Mr. Buel cast his first vote for a Democratic candidate, but since then has always voted with the Republicans. He now resides on 187 acres of good land on the London & Washington Turnpike, where he is engaged in farming and stock raising.

From:
History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois
1883


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