Biography of George Laudenschlager
Crane Township, Wyandot County, OH Biographies

GEORGE LAUDENSCHLAGER was born in Germany September 25, 1844. He is the son of John and Anna Laudenschlager, and was educated in his native country. He devoted his spare time to various kinds of work, and emigrated to America with his parents in 1859. He settled with them in Salem Township, where they remained about six years. The mother died in October, 1865, her husband still living, a resident of Wyandot County, in his seventy third year. They were the parents of eight children, seven now living; John, Peter, George, Jacob, Henry, Katie and Lizzie. In 1862, our subject abandoned farm labor and acquired the baker's trade of N. F. Goetz, of Upper Sandusky, with whom he was engaged four years. From 1866 to 1880, he was engaged in various places, chief among which are Cincinnati, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Warsaw, Fort Wayne and Cleveland. In 1880, he settled permanently in Upper Sandusky, where he is at present conducting a grocery store and bakery, and doing a flourishing business. He is the owner of a two story brick building which he now occupies, and which he erected in 1883, at a cost of $4,500. In politics, Mr. Laudenschiager is a Democrat. He is a member of the I. O. O. F., and, with his f amily, of the German Lutheran Church. He was married, at Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio, in 1869, to Bulah Elberson, and two children have been born to them, George B., born January 15, 1871; William, born July 11, 1874; both born in Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio. Mrs. Laudensehiager was born in Starke County, Penn., January 11, 1850.

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

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