Mrs. Susan ANDERSON, of Excello, was born in Maryland in 1833. When but an infant her grandfather, Samuel HUGHES, her father, Vincent HUGHES, with their families and a few others, came to Butler County, where she has lived since that time. Mrs. ANDERSON obtained a good education when young, and spent eleven years of her life in teaching in public schools, mostly in Butler County. Her father was a farmer and died in 1849. In 1855 she was married to Benjamin F. HARRISON, and in 1861 he entered Co. D, Thirty-fifth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and spent three years in the war; afterwards was in the government service, but went to Illinois, where he was injured by a fall, and died from its effects May, 1867. Mollie ANDERSON, her daughter is a teacher also, and at this time has charge of a school in Butler County.



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.