L. W. AGENBROOD, farmer; P. 0. West Charleston; born in Bethel Township, Miami Co., Ohio, Feb. 16, 1842; is
a son of Daniel and Rachel (Williams) Agenbrood; she is a native of Ohio, and he of Frederick Co., Md.; he was
born Sept. 9, 1801, and was brought to this State in the same year by his parents; they stopped for one year at
Cincinnati, and came to Dayton, where they remained about the same length of time, when they bought 170 acres of
land in Bethel Township, Miami Co., on which they located; he followed farming and for many years kept a country
hotel; his son, Daniel, bought 83 1/2 acres in Sec. 15, of the above named township, where he resided for a number
of years, but now lives in Monroe Township, of this county; L. W. worked on the farm till the time of his majority,
when he commenced the fruit tree business; he also engaged in teaching a portion of each year; in 1870, he quit
the tree business and followed teaching altogether, till 1877, when he bought the old farm of his father in Bethel
Township, where he lives, teaching during the winter; his education was obtained principally in the common school.
His marriage with Hannah Puterbaugh was celebrated March 5, 1871; she was born May 6, 1848; the fruits of this
union are two children - Albert A., born Aug. 23, 1873, and Guy E., June 27, 1878.
History of Miami County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Co.
Miamin County, Ohio Biographies
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