Biography of William Dyarman
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William Dyarman, who lives retired at Shreve, is a veteran of the Civil War, and a highly esteemed citizen of Wayne County, where he has spent practically his entire life. He was born at Loudonville, Ashland County, May 17, 1846, the son of Joseph and Mary (Schultz) Dyarman.

Joseph Dyarman was born in Washington County, Pa., in 1810, and his wife was also a native of Pennsylvania. He was living at Wooster at the time of his marriage in 1859, and soon thereafter settled on a farm west of Shreve in Wayne County. He was a harness and saddle maker by trade. To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dyarman were born five children: Joseph, deceased; Orland, deceased; Martha, married David Robinson, both deceased; William, the subject of this sketch; and Sarah, married Joseph Beamer. Joseph Dyarman married (second) Elizabeth Hull, of Loudonville, Ohio, who is deceased. To this union were born the following children: George, lives at Springfield, Ohio; Greely, lives at Jackson, Mich.; Emma, deceased, was the wife of William Guenther, of Chillicothe, Ohio; Elizabeth, married James Shook, lives at Chillicothe, Ohio; Jessie, died in infancy; James, deceased; and Nettie, deceased, married James Russell, who lives at Somerset, Ohio.

William Dyarman was eight years old when his parents removed from Loudonville to Centerville, in Wayne County. In 1858 they located at Shreve, where Mr. Dyarman has since resided. He served throughout the Civil War as a member of Company D, 86th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was discharged at the close of the war. He then returned to Shreve, where he followed his trade as a shoemaker. He owned and operated the first shoe store at this place and was actively engaged in business until his retirement in 1906. On Aug. 15, 1897, Mr. Dyarman was united in marriage with Miss Ella Morgan, of Shreve, who was born in Ripley Township, Holmes County, Ohio, Aug. 27, 1870, the daughter of William and Jane (Bonham) Morgan. He was born in Pennsylvania in June, 1846, and died at the age of 80 years. His wife died in 1900 at the age of 59 years. Both are buried in Ripley Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan were the parents of the following children: D. L., lives at Canton, Ohio; Aaron, lives near Wooster; Joseph, lives at Seville; Arvilla, married William Ramey, lives near Millbrook; Mary, lives near Sprinville; Jessie Grover, deceased; James, lives at Orrville; and Ella Dyarman. To William and Ella (Morgan) Dyarman were born three children: 1. Zoid Morgan, married Florence Eddy, of Shreve, and they live near Shreve. 2. Hazel Mann, the wife of Earl Mann, lives at Wooster, and they have three children, Clayton, Thelma, and Marjorie. 3. Vaughan, lives in Philadelphia. He served in the U. S. Navy for a period of 16 years. He married Miss Edna Denny, of Shreve. They have no children.

Mr. Dyarman is a Republican and his wife is a Democrat. He belongs to the Grand Army of the Republic, and is affiliated with Garfield Lodge, F. & A. M., No. 528.

From:
History of North Central Ohio
Embracing Richland, Ashland, Wayne,
Medina, Lorin, Huron and Knox Counties
BY: William A. Duff
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1931


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