Biography of M. Baker Myers
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M. BAKER MYERS, of the firm of Hoke & Myers, was born at the Indian mills near Upper Sandusky, November 2, 1855. He is a son of George and Elizabeth Myers, who came from Cumberland County, Penn., in 1848, and purchased the old mill referred to. Mr. Myers obtained a fair education in the union schools at Upper Sandusky, abandoning his studies at the age of sixteen, and entering the shops of Seider & Beidler, where he engaged in the blacksmith's trade, and worked about seven years for that firm. In 1879, he formed a partnership with G. L Hoke, in blacksmithing and. wagon manufacturing at Fowler, where they have built up an extensive and lucrative business, having as large a trade as any establishment of the size in the county. Mr. Myers is a strong advocate of temperance, and. is an industrious and enterprising young man of good character.

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


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