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HENRY BROSEUS, farmer, P.O. Ada, was born March 25, 1848, in Allen County, Ohio. He is a son of Peter and Sarah (Meckline) Broseus both natives of Pennsylvania, and of German descent. His father, a farmer, settled in Allen County at an early date. Our subject was reared on the farm and for his occupation selected farming. He is now settled on a farm on Section 26, Liberty Township, where he is employed in stock-raising, making a specialty of sheep, and has been very successful. In 1871, he married Miss Eliza M. Walser, a daughter of Peter and Sarah Walser, both of German descent. Four children have blessed this union-Sarah F., Peter F., John H. and Pemelia O. Mr. and Mrs. Broseus are members of the Lutheran Church. Although not an old resident of Liberty Township, Mr. Broseus is a very popular farmer.

 

History of Hardin County, Warner Beers Co., 1883