H. L. Lehman, farmer; P. O. West Milton. Henry L. Lehman is a native of Pennsylvania, and came to Miami in June, 1852; in 1854, his wedding was celebrated, he leading to the marriage altar Miss Catharine Kellar; his trade is that of a miller, and, during his early residence in this country, he followed this business; in 1856, he purchased the fine farm upon which he now resides, since which time his attention has been devoted to agriculture; they have seven children living; Daniel, Mary E., Samuel C., John, Annie, Emma and David Henry is not living; David is the husband of Miss Alga Haines, and resides in Marshall Co., Ind.; Mr. Lehman owns 135 acres of land, and upon it is a splendid orchard, small fruits, etc., of every variety known in this climate; he has the finest sorghum mill in the county, and the best and latest improved machinery; both himself and wife belong to the "Church of God" three terms he has held the office of School Director in his district ; his sons cultivate the farm, and Mr. Lehman lives at his ease; they are surrounded with comforts on every hand, and are both good and useful members of society; he is also considered one of the best theologians belonging to his church, and is also well posted on the current topics of the day.

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