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    C. C. WAGNER

    C. C. Wagner, who has been long and favorably known to the people of Miami county because of his identification with agricultural matters, is now engaged in successful operations in Washington township. Mr. Wagner is a native of *Piqua county, Ohio, born October 14, 1869, near Circleville, a son of John and Susan (Dolby) Wagner, both of whom were born in *Piqua county, and were farmers. Here the son received his education in the public schools. Reared as a farmer's son, he adopted the vocation of agriculture, upon attaining his majority, and after several years farming in Piqua county, came to Miami county in 1901, which has been his home ever since. He is a man of substantial standing, and at various times has managed farms for prominent landholders of this and other townships, including the Hayner farm, belonging to Mrs. Mary Hayner, of Troy. He is progressive in his ideas, industrious in his habits, and modern in his methods and is known as one who has assisted in the development of Washington township as a center of agricultural activity. During the war period, Mr. Wagner supported all movements fostered for the success of American arms, giving freely of his means to the various drives, and loans. He married, December 28, 1898, Miss Cora Hines, a daughter of Zachariah and Anna (Speakman) Hines, natives of Ross county, who moved to Miami in 1901, and both of whom are still living. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are the parents of two children: Pearl R., a farmer of Miami county, who married December 29, 1919, Edna Brinkman, and Charles H., who is assisting his father. Mr. Wagner, is a member of the Knights of Pythias lodge, of Circleville, Ohio. He is a Democrat, and with his family attends the Methodist church of Piqua.

    * likely means Pickaway County Ohio?

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