L.A. BOLI, jeweler, was born in Washington, Indiana, January 16, 1848, and is the only son of Jacob and Caroline BOLI. He was educated in Hamilton, where he came with his parents in 1856, graduating at the high school. He was in delicate health in his youth, and began his present business in 1869 in a modest way. He has since learned the trade, and is now a practical jeweler, having the largest business in that line in Hamilton. He is a dealer in watches, jewelry, silverware, clocks, and optical goods. He was married on the 10th of May, 1869, to Miss Carrie BUCKLE, daughter of jacob BUCKLE. hey are the parents of five children, of whom three are living - Lewis J., Edward O., and Carrie. Mr. BOLI was elected a member of the school board for the Third Ward in the Spring of 1882, and has done good work there. He is a supporter of all Christian and worthy objects, and is a member of the masonic order, the Odd Fellows, Knights of Honor, and the American Order of nited Workmen. He succeeded to the business of William E. DRAYER, one of the oldest jewelers in Butler County, From whom he bought the property where his business is located. He is also one of the firm of L. A. BOLI & Co., of the Miami Valley Soap Works, a new concern, doing a promising business in laundry and toilet soaps.
A History and Biographical Cyclopaedia of Butler County Ohio, With Illustrations and Sketches of its Representative Men and Pioneers Cincinnati Ohio. Western Biographical Publishing Company, 1882.