Shelby County

Frank Danzig

Male 1866 - Yes, date unknown


Frank Danzig

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 498

FRANK DANZIG, one of the enterprising citizens and excellent farmers of McLean township, Shelby county, O., who resides in section 9, where is situated his productive farm of 120 acres, has spent his life in this section of the county, having been born on his present farm March 25, 1866. His parents were William and Elizabeth Danzig. Frank Danzig received his educational training mainly in the Sherman special school district, which was supplemented by one term in the Coldwater high school, and since then he has carried on his agricultural industries on the home farm. After marriage, when he came into full possession, he remodeled the farm residence which his father had erected and built a new barn and other structures, putting everything into good condition and ever since has kept up his repairs. In addition to his home farm he owns forty acres situated in Cynthian township twenty of which he uses as a pasture land, while twenty acres of the other farm is still in valuable timber. Mr. Danzig is a careful and well informed farmer and a good manager and hires helpers in carrying on his activities.
Mr. Danzig married Miss Caroline Brandewie, a daughter of Joseph Brandewie, of Auglaize county, O., and four children have been born to them, the youngest only surviving, a very engaging little daughter, Teckia Mary, who has passed her second year. The eldest, Clara E., died at the age of fourteen months; Leo Joseph died when aged eighteen months; and Wilhelmina also died at the age of eighteen months. Mr. and Mrs. Danzig are members of St. Michael's Catholic church at Fort Loramie. Politically he is a democrat as was his father before him.

Owner/SourceDiana (Souders) Smith
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