JOHN REGEDANZ, a well known and successful agriculturist, residing on his excellent farm of 99 acres, which
is situated in section 21, was born on this farm in Hopewell township, Mercer County, Ohio, July to, 1861, and
is a son of William M. and Dorothea Regedanz.
The parents of Mr. Regedanz were born in Germany. The mother died in Hopewell township, in 1886, but the father
still survives and lives at Celina. He was one of the early settlers in this section, coming when the whole country
in this vicinity was still one great forest, with here and there a small clearing where some other pioneer had
erected a rude log cabin. For many years he industriously worked to clear his farm and put it under cultivation
and it is now a valuable property. In politics he has always been a Democrat. He is a member of the Lutheran Church
John Regedanz was reared in Hopewell township and since completing his schooling has devoted himself to general
farming. He has long been accounted one of the township's most progressive and successful agriculturists.
On February 26, 1891, Mr. Regedanz was married to Alma Muthert, who was born in Mercer County, Ohio, and is a daughter
of the late William Muthert. Mr. and Mrs. Regedanz have the following children: Hazel R., Freda C., Lena C., Mabel,
Florence and Albert W.
Mr. Regedanz is a Democrat. Since boyhood he has been a member of the Lutheran Church. His reputation is that of
an honorable upright man, who in every way is a first class citizen.
History of Mercer County, Ohio
and Representative Citizens
Edited & Compiled by: Hon. S. S. Scranton
Published by: Biographical Publishing Company
Mercer County, Ohio Biographies
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