Biography of F. C. Sweetser
Madison County, Ohio Biographies





F. C. SWEETSER, carriage trimmer, Plain City, was born in Franklin County, Ohio, in 1857, He is the second son of Charles Earl and Sophia (Coffman) Sweetser. The former was born in Delaware County, Ohio, May 13, 1823, and was the only child of Earl and Jerusha (Smith) Sweetser, natives of Connecticut, of English descent, He was reared in Delaware County and received a good education, He learned the saddler and harness maker's trade, at which he still continues. He first began work in Franklin County, where he did a good and average business, after which he came to Plain City. He was married, in 1849, and has had five children, four living, viz, Henry Earl, train dispatcher on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad; Frank C., our subject, and Albert, Mr, Sweetser was formerly a Republican, but is now a Prohibitionist, He is an enthusiastic apiarist, and usually keeps 150 colonies of fine bees.

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


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