Biography of Solomon Kotterman
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SOLOMON KOTTERMAN, son of Michael and Sarah (King) Kotterman, was born in Perry County, Ohio, February 22,1839. The early part of his life was passed at home, and in work for his immediate neighbors. He was married, September 28, 1862, to Miss Matilda Foucht, daughter of Christian and Elizabeth (Weimer) Foucht, and six children were born to them, Leefee B., May 14, 1864; Adella C., November 9, 1866; Elizabeth E., May 13, 1871; Charles A., June 30, 1874; Nevin T., March 16, 1880, and H. Franklin, born January 18, 1881, died March 5, 1881. Mr. Kotterman purchased his present farm of 107 acres, paying $45 per acre. He erected his comfortable residence at a cost of $1,500 in 1880, and now values his farm at $80 per acre. Politically. Mr. Kotterman is a Democrat; he is serving his fourth year as Trustee; was two years Constable, twice elected Assessor, is a member of the Board of Agriculture, and, with his wife, of the German Reformed Church, of which he has been a Deacon for the past sixteen years.

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


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