JOHN ARNOLD is a son of John and Ursula Arnold, natives of Germany, who came to the United States in 1847. The father died soon after his arrival and the mother settled with her family in Dubois County, Ind. Her death occurred in 1857. The subject of our biography was born March 3, 1833, in Baiern, Germany. He came with his parents to America, and when twenty-three years old, married Kathrina Leifert of the same nativity as himself. They became the parents of eight children - four sons and four daughters - two of whom are dead. Those living are Adam, George, Fred, Maggie, Anna and Barbara. Mr. Arnold received a fair English and German education, and he and family belong to the Lutheran Church. He is a Democrat in politics, and an honest, upright man. He has been quite successful financially, and has done much to benefit the county.

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JOHN AULENBACHER is a son of Frederick and Eva Aulenbacher, who were both born in Germany in 1820 and came to the United States in 1831, locating first in Pittsburgh, Penn., where the father worked eight years at the wagon-makers trade. They finally settled in Haysville, Ind., where they reside at the present time. John was born on the 13th of May, in Manchester, Penn., and at the age of fourteen years he went to Loogootee, Ind., and afterward to Huntingburgh, Ind., and worked for nearly two years. March 5, 1878, he married Anna Nix, daughter of Rev. Nix of Haysville, and to them was born one son, who died when six weeks old. Mr. Aulenbacherís wife died August 9, 1879, and February 2, 1882, he married his present wife, Augusta Nix. They became the parents of two children: Gustave and George. Mr. and Mrs. Aulenbacher are members of the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is a Democrat. He is the first cobbler in Haysville and is doing a good business.

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PHILIP BAECHER is the son of Jacob and Dorothea Baecher, who were natives of Germany, where they lived and died. The father died in 1875 and the mother in 1881. The subject of our sketch was born September 8, 1827, and came to this country in 1852. He engaged in the shoe-makerís trade in Pittsburgh, Penn., continuing four years and then came to Haysville, Ind., where he continued at his trade thirteen years. September 11, 1857, he married Elizabeth Sauerteig of Bainbridge Township. They became the parents of these children: Margaretha, Johanna F., Martin, John, Amelia K., Johanna S., Margaretha B., Barbara M. and Frank J. On the 13th of October, 1864, Mr. Baecher enlisted in Company T, Forty-fourth Indiana Regiment and took an active part in many of the battles of the war. In 1863 he received his discharge and returned to his wife and family, and in 1869 he started a hotel in Haysville and kept it for a number of years. At the present time he is keeping a grocery and saloon. In politics he is a Democrat, and he and family belong to the Lutheran Church. He is a member of the G.A.R., and a prominent citizen of Haysville.

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MICHAEL BAUERNFEIND, a warm Democrat, of Harbison Township, Dubois Co., Ind., was born in Germany, April 30, 1852, and when twenty-three years old, left his native land and came to the United States to seek his fortune. After some time he settled in Dubois County, Ind., and began cultivating a farm which he purchased. In 1876 he led to Hymenís altar, Miss Kathrina Bauer, of Harbison Township. They became the parents of three children - two sons and a daughter: Michael, Phillip and Maggie. Mr. Bauernfeindís parents, Stephen and Margaretha Bauernfeind, came to the United States in 1833, and located in Harbison Township, where they are yet living. Michael and family are members of the German Lutheran Church and he has been quite successful as a farmer.

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JOHN BRAUN, a well-to-do farmer, of Harbison Township, Dubois Co., Ind., is a son of Adam and Barbara Braun, who were natives of Germany, where they lived and died. Our subject was born in his parentsí native land, August 1, 1821, and in 1852 he immigrated to the United States, landing at New York, and soon after came to Louisville, Ky., where he remained about three and a half years. In 1852 Barbara Braener, a native of Germany, became his wife, and they became the parents of there six children: John N., Michael, Andreas, Ehrhardt (deceased), Margaretha (wife of Bernhard Nigg) and Barbara (wife of Henry Neukam). Three years after marriage he moved with his family to Dubois County, and settled on a farm which he has since improved and cultivated until it is now one of the most fertile farms in the township. His educational advantages were quite limited. He and family are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, and his political views are decidedly Democratic. He has succeeded well as a farmer and is much respected by all.

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JOHN H. DAVIS was born July 14, 1848. October 20, 1868, he married Josephine M. Vowel, of Harbison Township. They became the parents of seven children: Robert (deceased), Jennie E., Nannie A., Benjamin B. (deceased), John L., William H. and Josephine C. Mr. Davis has a limited English education, but by contact with business life, he has overcome this to a considerable extent. He and family belong to the Christian Church, and his political views are Democratic. February 28, 1864, he enlisted as a volunteer soldier in Company I, Twenty-fourth Indiana Infantry, and served one year and nine months, receiving his discharge on the 12th of December, 1865. He fought bravely for his country, in the battles of Mobile and near Baton Rouge, and took an active part in many others. He is a successful farmer and prominent citizen.

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JOHN A. DAVISSON was born January 18, 1844, in Vinton County, Ohio. In August, 1861, he entered the military service and was mustered in September 17, as a private soldier in Company C, Thirty-sixth Ohio. He acted a noble part in the battles of Antietam, South Mountain, Mission Ridge, and in the struggle of the Shenandoah Valley. He re-enlisted as a veteran and served as corporal until his discharge, July 31, 1865. July 24, 1869, he married Elizabeth Robisson of Crawford County, Ohio. Her death occurred August 4, 1870, and December 24, 1872, he married Johanna J. Divins of Martin County. To them were born six children: James M., Lee W., Lucetta J. and three deceased. Mr. Davisson and family are members of the Christian Church and in politics he is a Democrat, and has served as constable of Dubois County, Ind., four years. He is quite a successful farmer and prominent man.

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W.M. DeMOTT, M.D., was born January 6, 1846, son of John and Susan DeMott, who were natives of Indiana and born in 1823 and 1827, respectively. They were married October 3, 1844, and were the parents of seven children. Our subject remained at home until eighteen years old, when he enlisted as a volunteer soldier in the Tenth Indiana Cavalry, and participated in the skirmishes of Pulaska, Tennessee, Decatur, Alabama, and Mussel Shoals. He fought bravely in the battle of Nashville, where about one-fourth of his regiment was captured. He received his discharge May 26, 1865. On the 15th of January, 1873, he married Ann Niehaus of Huntingburgh, Ind. Six children were born to them: Eva, John, Bernhard, Leopold, Elizabeth and one deceased. Dr. DeMott was educated in the public schools of Dubois County and attended the Rockport Collegiate Institute one year and graduated from the College of Medicine and Surgery at Cincinnati, Ohio, February 27, 1871. He is the only physician in Haysville, and has an extended practice; he and family belong to the Methodist Church, and he is a member of the I.O.O.F. and the G.A.R.

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PHILLIP DILLY is a son of Phillip and Mary Dilly, who were natives of Germany. The father, born January 16, 1816, and the mother March 25, 1816. They came to the United States in 1840 and 1845 respectively. They married in Cincinnati, Ohio, and became the parents of three children, two still living: Phillip and Katherina. The mother died November 26, 1873. The father was a blacksmith by trade, and worked at this business after coming to America. He still resides in Perry County, Ind. Our subject was born on the 29th of January, 1847. At the age of twenty-four he married Barbara A. Leistner, of Harbison Township. To them were born three children: Kathrina, John G. and Elizabeth (deceased). Mr. Dilly and family are members of the Lutheran Church, and he is a Democrat in politics and was elected to the office of assessor in 1872, and served three years. In 1875 he was elected trustee and faithfully discharged the duties of that office four years. In 1879 he was re-elected assessor, and in 1884 was again elected to the office of trustee. He is postmaster of Kellerville and is the senior member of the firm of Dilly & Leistner, dealers in general merchandise; he is a successful business man and faithful office holder.

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JAMES P. HARBISON is the son of James P. and Elizabeth Harbison. The father was born in Kentucky February 12, 1803, and the mother was born March 18, 1808. They married in Kentucky, and in 1827, removed to Dubois County, Ind., where the father followed farming as an occupation. His death occurred August 18, 1841, and the mother died October 11, 1885. Our subject was born in Harbison Township, February 14, 1830, and lived with his parents until his marriage, which took place December 19, 1851. His wife, Allatha Miller, was born May 1, 1834. This union was blessed with four children: Eva, Emma, Lota B. and one not named. His wife died October 24, 1880, and about a year later he married Mary J. Miller, his present wife. They belong to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Mr. Harbison is a Republican, and has held the office of justice of the peace for twelve years. He is one of the old pioneer settlers of Harbison Township - a successful farmer and an honest and respected man.

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JOHN C. HARDER was born in Germany, October 30, 1843, son of Fred and Margaretha Harder, who were also natives of Germany. The father was born in 1808, and came to this country in 1840, and settled in Dubois county, Ind. At the age of twenty-two John C. married Barbara Angerer of Dubois County. To them were born ten children - six sons and four daughters: John L., George, Fred, Peter, Henry E., John D., Eva (deceased), Maggie, Anna and Kathrina. Mr. Harder is quite well educated, having received a good German education. He is an ardent Democrat, and a successful farmer and prominent man of Harbison Township. He and family are members of the Lutheran Church, and he is one of the old settlers of the county and has seen the country transformed from a wilderness inhabited by numerous wild animals, to well cultivated fields and comfortable homes.

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JOHN HERTEL was born in Baiern, Germany, February 14, 1814. He came to the United States in 1843 landing at New Orleans, and finally settled in Dubois County, Ind., when the country was a densely wooded tract of land, and when the settlements were few and far between. He remained there a short time and then removed to Louisville, Ky., where he remained five years; then returned to Dubois County and began tilling the soil. November 20, 1847, he married Margaretha Arnold, a native of Baiern, Germany. This union remains childless. He and wife belong to the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is a Democrat, and is a successful farmer and a prominent man of Harbison Township. He is quite well educated in his native language but his English education is limited.

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JOHN H. HOFFMANN was born March 1, 1844, in Jasper, Ind. On reaching his majority he left his parents and soon after married. His father and mother were natives of Germany. The father died in this country but the mother is still living. Our subject received a very limited education in German, and has followed the occupation of farming all his life and has for the last sixteen years run a threshing machine. Our subject married Anna Klebner, who resided in Harbison Township. Five children were born to them, all daughters: Barbara, Margaretha, Mary, Lizzie and Emma. He and family are members of the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is a Democrat, and an honest and upright man, respected by all who know him.

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GEORGE HOFFMAN is the son of John G.F. and K. Hoffman, who were natives of Germany and who immigrated to the United States in 1848, and finally settled in Harbison Township, Dubois Co., Ind. Here they were married and made their home. The father was engaged in store keeping and the brewery business, and at last in farming. His death occurred August 26, 1883. The mother yet lives in Harbison Township. The subject of our sketch was born May 4, 1854, in Harbison Township. Here he married Barbara Heebner, April 24, 1877. To them were born four children - two sons and two daughters: Harry, Jacob, Lizzie and one deceased. Mr. Hoffman and family are members of the Lutheran Church and in politics he is an ardent Democrat. He is one of the company that has leased several farms for the purpose of mining silver and lead. He has been quite successful as a farmer and trades quite extensively in stock. He is a prominent man and leading citizen of the township in which he lives.

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THOMAS P. HOPE is the son of James and Abigail Hope, who were natives of Kentucky. The father was born November 9, 1789, and was a farmer by occupation, and after coming to Indiana served as justice of the peace until his death, a period of twenty years. His wife died June 2, 1863. Our subject was born February 15, 1820, in Dubois County, Ind. May 29, 1849, he married Nancy Harris of Dubois County. Their union was blessed with six children - two sons and four daughters: Helen M., wife of J.A. Chrisman, of Jasper, Ind.; Emily A., wife of Lyman Curry; Laura, Erastus R., Lovicy and Thomas P. Thomas received as good a common school education as could be obtained in the schools of his boyhood. By hard work and economy he has become a well to do and influential farmer. He and family belong to the United Brethren and Christian Churches. In politics he is a Democrat and has held the office of trustee for one year. He is one of the old pioneers of the county and an honest and upright man.

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JOHN KELLER, the founder of Kellerville, Ind., was born August 23, 1830, in Baiern, Germany. He came to the United States in 1852, and landed at New York. He then came to Louisville, Ky., where he remained three years, engaged in buying and selling wood. From Louisville he came to Dubois County, Ind.; and October 4, 1854, he married Margaretha Hogan, native of Germany. In 1867 he started a general merchandise store in Kellerville, and was engaged there as a merchant for fourteen years. he then sold out and engaged in farming. He and wife became the parents of eleven children - six sons and five daughters: John A., John H., Michael, Conrad, Lena, Lizzie, Margaretha, Emma, George (deceased), Barbara and one not named. Mr. Keller received a good German education and can read English. He and family belong to the Lutheran Church. In politics he is a Democrat, and has been a successful merchant and prominent farmer.

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JOHN C. KELLER, farmer of Harbison Township, Dubois Co., Ind., is a son of John M. and Magdalena Keller, who were natives of Germany, where the mother was born July 18, 1830. They removed to the United States in 1855, and settled on a farm which they began clearing and cultivating. Previous to this Mr. Keller was engaged in the shoe-makerís trade in Louisville, Ky., for some time. His death occurred October 26, 1844, and the motherís November 22, 1871. The subject of our sketch was born July 18, 1858, in Harbison Township. April 30, 1881, he married Lizzie Hagan, of Harbison Township. To them was born one child - a son - George C. Mr. Keller and wife are active members of the Lutheran Church, and he has a very good education in English and German. He is a Democrat and a good farmer and prominent man of Harbison Township.

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JOHN B. KRODEL is a son of John and Anna Krodel, who were natives of Germany and came to the United States in 1842, and settled near Haysville, where our subject was born October 24, 1848. The father, who was a farmer, died in 1875; the mother still lives. At the a ge of twenty-five John B. married Barbara Hoffman, who bore him five children - four sons and one daughter: George, John H., John A., John W. and Emma M. He and family belong to the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is an ardent Democrat. He is at present engaged in the brewing business and farming. His large brewery was erected near Haysville in 1871. He has been quite successful in that occupation, but at the present time devotes most of his time and attention to farming, in which he has succeeded well. He is a good farmer and an honest business man.

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REV. JOHN LAUTENSCHLAGER, pastor of the Lutheran Church at Haysville, was born in Wurtemburg, Germany, and came to America in 1854, residing first in Dayton, Ohio, where he remained two years. He then studied theology at the Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, four years and graduated in 1860. He began his pastoral duties in Greenville, Ohio, where he remained nine years, and then went to Irontown, Ohio, remaining there three years also, thence to Ashland, Ky., remaining six years. In 1884 he was called to Haysville where he is serving in his ministerial capacity at the present time. The constitution of the church at Haysville was framed by John Hermann, and adopted March 3, 1849; Christian Nix succeeded him and served twenty-nine years. He was succeeded by Rev. Bauer, who remained two years. The corner-stone of the church was laid December 15, 1867, and dedicated September 13, 1868. There are about 140 voting members, and the church and property are valued at $3,000.

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JACOB LEISTNER, was born on the 9th of June, 1824, in Baiern, Germany. In 1841 he left his native land and immigrated to the New World. He landed at Baltimore, Md., and finally settled in Dubois County, Ind. February 9, 1846, he was married to Elizabeth B. Heebner, a native of Baiern, Germany, and to them were born ten children - four sons and six daughters: John G., George, Adam (deceased), Conrad (deceased), Barbara A. (wife of Phillip Dilly), Margaretha (wife of Jacob Nigg), Kathrina, Mary (wife of Daniel Neuken), Elizabeth B. and Anna M. January 28, 1884, the mother departed this life. Mr. Leistner received a fair German education, and in politics he is a Democrat, and is one of Dubois Countyís most successful farmers. He and family are members of the Lutheran Church, and he is an honest and respected man.

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JOHN G. LEISTNER, of the firm of Dilly & Leistner, is the son of Jacob and Elizabeth Leistner (elsewhere written), he was born January 19, 1849, in Harbison Township, Dubois County, Ind., and remained with his parents on the farm until thirty-two years old. December, 1883, he married Lizzie Lottes of Harbison Township. He and wife belong to the Lutheran Church. Owing to the undeveloped schools of early times he received a limited education. In politics he is a Democrat. September, 1881, he purchased a one-half interest in a general merchandise store at Kellerville, and has worked at the business ever since. The firm is doing a paying business, and he is a good business man and excellent citizen.

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CONRAD LEITZ was born December 19, 1849, in Harbison Township. At the age of twenty-one years he left home, and began working for himself. In July, 1874, he married Anna K. Grossman, a native of Harbison Township, and they became the parents of six children - three sons and three daughters: Conrad, George, Frederick, Kundel (deceased), Margaretha (deceased), and Eva. He and family are members of the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is a Republican. He is engaged in farming, and is also one of six men who have leased several farms for the purpose of mining. He has fine prospects for ore on his own farm in Harbison Township. Mr. Leitz is a farmer, but at times engages in the mason trade and carpentering. He is a member of the A.O.U.W., and is much respected for his many good qualities.

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GEORGE LEITZ was born January 14, 1851, and remained with his parents until he was twenty-five years old, assisting them on the farm. On the 30th of November, 1875, he married Margaretha Hoffmann, of Harbison Township. To them were born five children - three sons and two daughters: Joseph P., John A., John E., Margaretha and Barbara Emeline (deceased). Mr. Leitz and family are members of the Lutheran church, and in politics he is a Democrat of long standing. He has a good farm in Harbison Township, furnished with fair buildings. He is quite successful in business, and is much respected by all who know him.

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JOHN LEITZ is a son of John and Margaretha Leitz, who were born in Germany. The father came to this country in 1845, and the mother some years later. The father died in April, 1876. The mother still lives in Harbison Township. Our subject was born September 21, 1858, in Dubois county, and in 1878, he married Elizabeth Neukom, native of the county. Three children were born to them - one son and two daughters: John W., Barbara and Maggie. He and family belong to the Lutheran Church, and in politics he is a Democrat, and is also a member of the A.O.U.W., of Portersville, Ind. He is one of the first settlers of Portersville, and engaged in the grocery, saddlery and saloon business, and also keeps a hotel, doing a good business in that line. Mr. Leitz is one in a company that has purchased a lease of a farm that promises to be very rich in minerals. He has had some of the ore assayed, and in every ton of raw material, were found eight ounces of silver. South of Haysville, he also contemplates opening a region that promises to be very rich in the production of lead. He is a wide-awake energetic man, and is very successful in whatever he undertakes.

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FREDERICK MANN is the third son of Wolfgang and Margaretha Mann, who were natives of Germany, the father born in 1811, and the mother in 1818. They came to the United States in 1841, married and settled in Dubois county, Ind.; June 24, 1866, the father died and since that time the mother has lived with our subject, who was born January 27, 1847. August 27, 1868, he married Margaretha Hoffmann, of Harbison Township. They became the parents of eight children - six sons and two daughters: Frederick, Eva, George and Margaretha (deceased), and John, William, George and Loraine, living. Mr. Mann owns and cultivates a very large farm, on which are excellent and beautiful buildings. He and family belong to the Lutheran Church, and he is a Democrat and a prominent and successful business man.

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GEORGE MEYER is the son of Frederick and Margaretha Meyer, who were natives of Germany and born in 1811 and 1821, respectively. They were married in the old country and immigrated to the United States in 1842, landing at New Orleans and finally locating in Dubois County, Ind., where the father farmed. He died in August, 1883, and the mother still lives with her son Michael. George was born October 20, 1843, and when nineteen years old enlisted in Company K, Sixty-fifth Indiana Volunteers. He fought bravely in the battles of Knoxville, Jonesboro, Zollicoffer, Bean Station, Paulís Valley and Mulberry Gap and was with Sherman on his march to the sea. His health finally failed him and he was sent to the hospital and received his discharge August 8, 1864. He was in Fordís Theater the night President Lincoln was assassinated. June 16, 1867, he married Margaretha Freyberger of New Albany, Ind. They became the parents of eight children: John S., George A., John A., George W., John E., John L., Eva and Anna. Mr. Meyer is at present engaged in cabinet-making, carpentering, farming, making shingles and manufacturing about 1,000 gallons of molasses annually. He and family belong to the Lutheran Church and in politics he is a Democrat.

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