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Joseph Winner

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 537

JOSEPH WINNER
    a general farmer and highly respected citizen of Cynthian township, who owns a carefully cultivated farm of eighty acres, was born January 14, 1867, in McLean township, Shelby county, and is a son of Anton and Caroline Winner.
   Joseph Winner attended school in the Dirksen district and remained at home helping his father until his marriage, when he located where he has remained ever since, in section 17, Cynthian township. He has made all the substantial improvements on the place, has his land well drained and tiled and all of it under cultivation with the exception of ten acres. It has an excellent location being three-fourths of a mile east of the St. Mary turnpike on the township line road, with postoffice accommodations at Fort Loramie. Mr. Winner married first Miss Josephine Bruns, who, at death, left four children: Joseph A., Herman, Frances Elizabeth and William. Mr. Winner's second marriage was to Mrs. Agnes (Brackman) Richling, widow of August Richling. She had one son. Henry Richling, born to her first marriage. To Mr. and Mrs. Winner four children have been born: Leona, Alexander, Lucinda and Louetta, all surviving except Lucinda. Mr. Winner and family are members of St. Michael's Catholic church at Fort Loramie. In politics he is a democrat but has never accepted any office except one connected with the public schools, for three years serving as a member of the board of education of the Short Special School District.

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