Biography of William Greek
Ridge Township, Wyandot County, OH Biographies





WILLIAM GREEK, remained with his parents till "of age." In the spring of 1863, he went to the mining districts of Idaho, where he remained four years engaged in the mining districts. He returned in 1867, and in 1873 purchased forty acres in Hancock County, selling the same two years later and purchasing his present farm of eighty acres, where he has since resided. He was married, January 6, 1871, to Sarah Aispach, who was born in Hancock County. Ohio, August 31, 1851. She is a daughter of David and Rosilla (Ewing) Alspach, natives of Fairfield County, Ohio, the former born January 6, 1821, the latter August 20, 1829. Her parents came to Hancock County in an early day and still reside there. Their children are Rebecca J., Sarah, John W., Laura L. and Emma A., the latter deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Greek have no children. They are thrifty farmers and are highly esteemed as citizens. In politics, Mr. Greek is a Democrat.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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