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Harry Cotterman

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 821

HARRY COTTERMAN, one of the respected citizens and prosperous agriculturists of Dinsmore township, Shelby county, Ohio, whose well improved farm of eighty acres lies two miles northwest of Anna, Ohio, was born in Paulding county, Ohio, in 1888, and is a son of Henry and Almaretta (Beck) Cotterman. Harry Cotterman is one of a family of seven children, the other members being: Judson, who lives in Miami county, Ohio; Rudolph, who lives in Dinsmore township, Shelby county; Effie, who lives at Bradford, Shelby county; Arthur, who is in business in Michigan; Jessie, who resides with her brother Harry; and Carl, who has always lived in Dinsmore township.
Harry Cotterman secured a common school education. With the exception of two years, during which he was employed at Anna, Ohio, Mr. Cotterman has devoted all his mature life to agricultural pursuits and these he carries on according to modern methods and has been signally successful. On December 23, 1911, Mr. Cotterman was married.


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