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Preble County,
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JOHN YOHE was born in Montgomery county, in the year 1833.  He moved to Preble county in 1847, and settled in Twin township.  In 1857 he married Elizabeth A. Rape born in Twin township in 1831.  They have four children.  In 1857 he moved to Lewisburg, and in 1863 he commenced to run a saw-mill, which he still owns and runs.  It was first built, by Michael Cotterman and was brought from Pyrmont, Montgomery county.  Mr. Yohe has added many modern improvements, and has a mill capable of turning out six thousand feet of lumber a day.
HENRY YOUNG moved from Maryland to Ohio about the year 1805, and settled on Aukerman's creek.  His wife was Elizabeth Woods.  His death occurred in 1844.  Eight children were born to him, of whom two only survive, viz:  Henry, living in Gasper township, and Mary (Hickman), in Lanier.  His son, Adam Young died about the year 1865.  He was born in 1803, and married Catharine Brubaker.  Seven children were born to them, of whom six are living.  Levi Young his son, was born in 1824, and in 1843 married Huldah Barnhart.  He had eleven children, ten of whom survive.  Mr. Young owns three hundred and forty acres, part of which lies in this county, and part in Indiana.  He moved to his present farm, about three miles northeast of Eaton, soon after his marriage, and has resided there for thirty-two years.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

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