Biography of Martin W. Schryver
Madison County, Ohio Biographies





MARTIN W. SCHRYVER. The subject of this sketch, the enterprising book dealer, stationer, and job printer of Mt. Sterling, was born October 12, 1846, in Pickaway County, Ohio. He is a son of Jacob H. Schryver, a native of New York State, and Elizabeth Schryver (deceased), a native of Pickaway County, this State. He was reared on a farm in Pickaway County; received a liberal English education, and subsequently, for perhaps twelve years, engaged in school teaching, for one year as Superintendent of the Mt. Sterling graded schooL For several years, in connection with other business, he dealt in musical instruments. In 1869, from Pickaway County he came to Mt. Sterling, this county. In May, 1871, he began the publication of the Mt. Sterling Review, which he continued three years. In October, 1868, he was united in marriage with Miss Barbara Campbell, daughter of Robert and Nancy (deceased) Campbell. Robert, now of Pickaway County, this State. This union has been blessed with four children - Robert H., Florence N., Guy H. and Clyde H. Mr. Schryver possesses sterling business qualities, and is meeting with success. He is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

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


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