Miami County, Ohio Genealogical Researchers -- Sponsored by the Computerized Heritage Association


    John M. Neher. For a number of years Bethel township has profited by the energy and good judgment of John M. Neher, who operates a farm on Tippecanoe City R. F. D. No. 4. During his occupancy Mr. Neher has added to the improvements of the former owner and has conducted his general farming and stock-raising operations along practical and modern lines. He was born in Miami county, a son of A. S. and Fannie (Holinger) Neher, natives of Ohio, who passed their lives in agricultural operations. Mr. Neher was given the advantages of a public school education in the rural districts and his entire training in boyhood and youth was, along the lines of agriculture. When he reached man's estate it was but natural that he should adopt farming as, his vocation and this he has followed uninterruptedly, his industry and intelligent use of modern methods resulting gratifyingly in the development of a good property in Bethel township. He has a pleasant home and substantial barns and outbuildings and his equipment suggests his appreciation of labor-saving machinery. He has public-spiritedly supported movements calculated to be of civic benefit, and during the World war period was captain of his district in the war chest and Liberty Loan drives. Mr. Neher was united in marriage, December 16, 1909, with Daisy, daughter of Peter H. and Anna (Dear) Uhrig, and a granddaughter of a Union soldier of the Civil war, and to this union there have been born three children: Lorin, Richard and Anna Louise.

Return to the Biography Index

Return to Main Page

Copyright © 1999 by Computerized Heritage Association.
All Rights Reserved.