Anthony Zoller, manufacturer, Mogadore, Summit Co., born November 24, 1846, in Rhenish, Bavaria, Germany, son of Frank and Frances Zoller, who still reside at the place of our subject's nativity. He immigrated to America in 1866, locating at Akron, Ohio, where for seven years he was employed in the drug store of E. Steinbacher. On June 1, 1872, he was married to Mary Eckstein, of Akron, and one year later removed to Suffield Center, where, along with George Michael, he opened a general merchandise store, which, however, was burned within the succeeding ten months. Our subject then purchased and kept the Suffield Hotel, also the hotel at Mogadore, Summit County, which latter he still owns. In 1882 he secured an interest in the Eagle Block in Mogadore, and a year subsequent became owner of the clay works in the same place. Mr. Zoller is the father of three children: Frank, Joseph and Helen. He is a Democrat in politics; a member of the Knights of Pythias.

 

History of Portage County, Ohio, Warner, Beers & Co., Chicago, 1885