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    B.F. Albaugh, farmer, etc.; P.O. Covington. B.F. Albaugh is a son of Samuel Albaugh, a native of North Carolina, who came to Ohio in 1829, and entered land in Union Township, this county and lived upon it until his decease; he was magistrate in that township a great many years. B.F. was born May 22, 1836 in this county; was raised up on a farm and received a common-school education; has been engaged in teaching school for twenty-seven years and was Superintendent of the West Milton school; he is now occupied in farming and in connection with it, he owns one of the finest and best arranged floral gardens in the county; they contain all the choicest and rarest flowers and fruits that are kept in any first-class garden in the country; he is also extensively engaged in the manufacture of molasses, making from eight to ten thousand gallons per year; since he began the business, he has manufactured over one hundred thousand gallons. He married Miss Priscilla, a daughter of Thaddeus and Eliza Mendenhall; her father was a native of South Carolina, her mother of Virginia. They have eight children Emma A., married to Dr. Morr, of Troy; Clarence M., Dora A., Lillian, Edwin S., Herbert, Ellis and Ray. Mr. Albaugh contributes many useful and interesting articles that are published in the Cincinnati Gazette.


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