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Source:
The County of Fulton
A History of Fulton County, Ohio

Publ.: Madison, Wis. Northwestern Historical Association
1905

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  HENRY G. ZELLER

Source: The County of Fulton - A History of Fulton County, Ohio - Publ.: Madison, Wis. Northwestern Historical Association - 1905 - Page 642

  FRANK W. ZERMAN, recorder of Fulton county, was born in Wauseon of that county in 1871.  He is the son of Casper and Mary Ann (Yarger) Zerman, the former born in France, as the records show, and the latter in Pennsylvania.  He attended the public schools of Wauseon two years, when he removed with his parents to Delta and there remained in school until he was twelve years old.  His father being a cripple and six nearly all of the time, he was forced to quit school when a mere boy, and to make his own living.  He learned the printing business with the Atlas Printing Company of Delta, and filled every position from that of "devil" to manager of the office.  Of the nineteen years that he was in the employ of this company, he served as foreman for eight years.  Beginning life's work under the most discouraging circumstances, it is all the more remarkable that the subject of this sketch has won an honorable place among his fellow-men.  By dint of hard, earnest toil and a determination to win in whatever he undertook to do, he has become a successful man, respected and trusted by those with whom he comes in contact.  His life is a fine lesson for all struggling young men and boys to study and profit by.  In this great country there is no other aristocracy than that of merit, and all may belong to it by working with all their might to be worthy of it.  Mr. Zerman is a member of Fulton Lodge, No. 248, Free and Accepted Masons; Octavius Chapter, No. 154, Royal Arch Masons, both of Delta; Defiance Commandery, Knights Templars; and Delta Lodge, No. 199, Knights of Pythias.  He married Miss Clara Coe of Delta, a daughter of Henry Coe, deceased, who came to Delta from Fremont, O.  Mr. and Mrs. Zerman have had two children, named Donald C. and Hubert.  So successfully has the subject of this sketch conducted everything that he has undertaken that there is no doubt of future promotion.
Source: The County of Fulton - A History of Fulton County, Ohio - Publ.: Madison, Wis. Northwestern Historical Association - 1905 - Page 643
  SIMON ZIMMERMAN

Source: The County of Fulton - A History of Fulton County, Ohio - Publ.: Madison, Wis. Northwestern Historical Association - 1905 - Page  643

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