Biography of A. D. Stull
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A. D. STULL, merchant, Marienville. was born in Fayette county, Penn., April 14, 1839, and is a son of David and Sarah (Davis;) Stull, of Cambria and Fayette counties, Penn., respectively. A. D. Stull moved in 1842, with his parents, to Clarion county, where they engaged in farming near Edenburg. His father was a Democrat, and served as justice of the peace for five year's. Mr. Stull remained on the homestead until he was seventeen years of age, receiving a common school education. In 1855 he engaged as clerk in the mercantile business, and in a few years became a member of the firm, which partnership existed eight years. He then engaged in business at Parker's Landing, Penn., for two years, was four years in Pittsburgh, Penn., after which he established his present prosperous business at Marienville in February, 1889. He married, in 1861. Miss Mary P., daughter of Daniel B. and Annie Crull, of Clarion county, Penn., and she died in 1872, leaving three children: William Reynolds, in Clarion; Josephine Plummer, wife of Bart Sheridan, in Pittsburgh, Penn., and Clara Van Lier, living at home. Mr. Stull was again married, on this occasion June 20, 1889, to Miss Annie A. Rankin, of Clarion county. Mr. Stull sent a substitute to the war, of the Rebellion. He is a member of Clarion Lodge, No. 277, F. & A. M. and of Clarion Presbyterian Church.

From:
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk and Forest,
Pennsylvania
With Biographical Selections.
J. H. Beers & Co., Publishers
Chicago, 1890.


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