Stuart H. Cramer is numbered among the capable young lawyers of Richland County, engaged in the practice of
his profession in Mansfield, with offices in the Richland Bank Building. He was born at Blooming Grove, Morrow
County, Ohio, Dec. 9, 1895, the son of R. Hayes and Ida May (Miller) Cramer.
R. Hayes Cramer is a native of Wayne County, Ohio. He engaged in farming during his early life and in 1892 removed
to Blooming Grove, where he became assistant postmaster. He has been a resident of Mansfield since 1914 and since
that time has been identified with the Ohio State Reformatory. Mr. Cramer is a Republican and a member of the First
Methodist Church. His wife was born in Morrow County and died in Mansfield in 1926. She was the daughter of Henry
and Martha Ellen Miller, both deceased. Two sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Cramer: Stanley M., born in 1889, lives
at Akron, Ohio, where he is advertising manager for the General Tire & Rubber Company, and he is a veteran
of the World War; and Stuart H., the subject of this sketch.
R. Hayes Cramer is the son of Michael Stuart and Mary Jane (Waldorf) Cramer, natives of Pennsylvania, and early
settlers of Ohio. Mr. Cramer was a tanner by trade and served throughout the Civil War. He is deceased and is buried
in Wayne County. His widow lives in Mansfield.
Stuart H. Cramer obtained his early education in the public schools of Blooming Grove. He is a graduate of Mansfield
High School, class of 1915, and entered Ohio Wesleyan University in 1916. He then was employed for a time in the
offices of the Aultman-Taylor Company, Mansfield, and later read law under the supervision of L. H. Beam. His legal
education was completed in Cincinnati in 1926, and on December 31st of that year was admitted to the Ohio bar.
He has since been engaged in practice at Mansfield.
Mr. Cramer was married in 1917 to Miss Helen Lucille Oberlin, the daughter of I. J. and Emma (Hassler) Oberlin,
of Massillon, Ohio. Mr. Oberlin is deceased and his widow resides at Mansfield. For a number of years he was identified
with the bookkeeping department of the New Method Stove Company, at Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. Cramer have two daughters:
Helen Jean, born June 20, 1918; and Ellen Jane, born May 31, 1921.
Mr. Cramer is a Republican, a member of the First Methodist Church, and belongs to Mansfield Lodge, No. 35, F.
and A. M., and Optimist Club. He is a member of the Richland County and Ohio State Bar associations.
History of North Central Ohio
Embracing Richland, Ashland, Wayne,
Medina, Lorin, Huron and Knox Counties
BY: William A. Duff
Historical Publishing Company
North Central Ohio Biographies
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