L. B. TERRY, wagon maker, Pleasant Hill. Among the business men of Pleasant Hill appears the name of L. B. Terry,
who was born in Greenville, Darke Co., on the 22d day of February, 1831; he is the son of Enos and Delilah (Westfall)
Terry; Enos T. was a native of New Jersey, and emigrated to Ohio in the beginning of the present century. His nuptials
were celebrated with Miss Delilah Westfall, after which he located on a farm about one mile north of Greenville.;
subsequently, he moved into the town of Greenville, where his death occurred at the age of 48 years; his wife survived
him until August. 1873, when her death occurred in this place, at the advanced age of 76 1/2 years. Our subject's
boyhood was passed in Greenville; at the age of 14, he went to Piqua, Ohio, where he served an apprenticeship as
carriage maker, under W. R. Crozier. who is now the oldest carriage maker in the State; here our subject remained
in pursuit of his occupation till he came to this place in 1870; since this time, he has turned his attention to
the construction of wagons, which vocation he yet pursues adding to it the making of almost all kinds of farming
implements. He was united in marriage, Sept. 9, 1848, to Caroline Statler, a native of this county; two children
have been born to this union, William and Ella.
History of Miami County, Ohio
Published by: W. H. Beers and Co.
Miamin County, Ohio Biographies
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