Biography of Adam M. Hartle
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ADAM M. HARTLE was born in Hardin County, Ohio, December 8, 1857, son of Socrates and Henrietta (Hendrickson) Hartle, whose notice appears elsewhere. He attended the common schools and remained, on the old homestead all his life. He was married May 10, 1883, to Miss Rhoda A. Terry, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Simpson) Terry, who were the parents of four children, three living; Scott, John and Rhoda. Her father is still living, aged fifty five years, a resident of Hardin County. Upon his father's decease, our subject inherited 196 acres of land, joining the old homestead of 214 acres, besides 183 acres recently purchased in all 593 acres, valued at $60 per acre. Mr. Hartle does an extensive agricultural and live stock business, usually employing two assistants on his farm. He was elected Township Trustee in 1882 and 1883; is a Democrat in politics, and an honorable citizen. His wife is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; she was born January 10, 1859.

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


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