E. N. Koehler is numbered among the substantial citizens of Doylestown. He was born in Doylestown, Feb. 3, 1888,
the son of Jacob and Mary (Fleming) Koehler.
Jacob Koehler was born at Doylestown in 1850, the son of Michael Koehler, a native of Germany. He was among the
first settlers of Wayne County, where he followed his trade as a stonemason. He died in 1895 at the age of 80 years,
and his son, Jacob, died in 1890. They are buried in SS. Peter & Paul's Cemetery, Doylestown. To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Koehler were born four children: Joseph, deceased; Jacob, the father of the subject of this sketch; Martin,
retired, lives at Barberton, Ohio; and Bena, the widow of Jacob Weinscheimer, lives at Doylestown. To Jacob and
Mary (Fleming) Koehier were born five children: Anna, married A. E. Klein, lives at Doylestown; Harry, deceased;
Minnie, deceased; Henry, lives at Doylestown; and E. N., the subject of this sketch. Mary (Fleming) Koehier is
now living in Doylestown, Ohio. She was born in Luxemburg, Germany, July 20, 1850.
E. N. Koehler has always lived at Doylestown. He was employed in the mines when 15 years of age and later learned
the barber trade, having engaged in the latter occupation for the past 26 years. He is the owner of a well patronized
shop at Doylestown. He is also actively engaged in the real estate business here, and has specialized in the building
and sale of residence property.
Mr. Koehier is a Democrat and has held the office of township clerk and school director. He is a member of SS.
Peter and Paul Catholic Church, and belongs to the Knights of Columbus, third degree.
Mr. Koehler is unmarried.
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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