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    C. H. HAGEMAN, a representative citizen of Spring Creek Township, residing on a tract of thirty-five acres located about six miles southeast of Piqua, was born March 19, 1846, on a farm near Sharonville, Hamilton County, Ohio, and is a son of Christian and Eliza (McCullough) Hageman.

    Christian Hageman was born and reared in Hamilton County, Ohio, where during his early life he worked at the blacksmith trade, but spent his later years engaged in agricultural pursuits. Although his entire life was practically spent in Hamilton County, his death occurred in Troy, Miami County. He was first united in marriage with Eliza McCullough, who was born in Hamilton County, where she died aged, forty-six years. They were the parents of the following children: Henrietta, who resides in Butler County, Ohio; Melissa, deceased; C. H., the subject of this record; Levy, deceased; Mary, deceased; and Albert, who resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. His second marriage was with Deborah Hageman, of Warren, Ohio, and her death occurred in Miami County.

    C. H. Hageman received his education in the local schools of Hamilton County, after which he worked out until he became of age, and then took up carpentering, at which be worked for a period of twenty-two years. He then conducted a bakery at Piqua for three years, and in I894 located on his present farm, where he has since practically lived a retired life, but it is his intention to cultivate his farm this season.

    Mr. Hageman was first joined in wedlock with Caroline Vance, and of their union was born one child, Francis, a resident of Lima, Ohio, who married Allie Craft and has three children, Charles, Ernest and Francis. Our subject's second marital union was with Helen Williams, of Dayton, and he subsequently married Laura Brandenburg, who was born in Miami County and is a daughter of Cornelius Brandenburg, who came to this county from Maryland, as did her mother also. Mr. Hageman is politically identified with the Democratic party; he was for three years a member of the School Board. and served for a time as supervisor. He is a member of the Presbyterian Church of Troy.

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