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    SAMUEL A. MOUL, manager of the Daniel Moul Lumber Company, at Pleasant Hill, Ohio, which has a branch yard at Gettysburg, Darke County, was born in the latter place, September 6, 1886, and is a son of Daniel and Martha (Arn) Moll.

    Daniel Moul, father of Samuel A., is president and manager of The Daniel Mohl Lumber Company, dealers in lumber, builder's hardware, glass and paint, and he is manager of the branch yard at Gettysburg his son manages the business it the main yards at Pleasant Hill. The officers of the company are: Daniel Moul, president and manager; Samuel Berger, vice president; John M. Monl, secretary and treasurer; and Samuel A. Moul, manager as above stated. Daniel Moul was born in York, Penna., September 13, 1854. He married Martha Arn, daughter of Ernest and Martha Arn, and to them were bon the following children: Charles, now deceased; John, who married Carrie Moore, a daughter of John and Alfaretta Moore, has one son, Charles; Daniel, who married Meda Clark, a daughter of Milton and Amanda Clark, has one son, Daniel Clark; Stella and Samuel A., twins, the former of whom married Clarence Miller, of Gettysburg, Ohio, has three children, Horner, Imogene and Ethylen; and Elizabeth A., who is bookkeeper and stenographer at Pleasant Hill, for the Daniel Moul Lumber Company. Daniel Moul and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. In politics he is a Democrat and in former years took quite an active interest in public matters. He is a thirty-second degree Mason and belongs to the Blue Lodge at Gettysburg.

    Samuel A. Moul was liberally educated and after completing the High School course at Gettysburg, took a commercial course at Poughkeepsie, New York, after which he filled the position of bookkeeper for the Ohio Lumber Company at Trouton, Ohio, for one year and then came to Pleasant Hill as manager of this plant. The business is a large one and employment is given a number of men. Mr. Moul married Miss Emma Ashman, a daughter of John and Etta Ashman. Politically he is a Democrat, but takes little interest beyond casting his vote for his party's candidates, his business occupying the largest part of his attention. He is identified with the Elks at Ironton and the Odd Fellows at Pleasant Hill. He is recognized as one of the enterprising young men of this place, one who is able to make practical use of his sensible education.

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