Note: n he came with his father to Green County. They were actively associated in farm work, the father and his 3 sons. They put all of the improvements upon the farm and Adam continued to remain under the parental roof until he was about 21 years of age., when he removed toa farm in Xenia townsip, which he purchased. It was a tract of land on the Xenia and Fairfield road, but it was wild and unimproved and awaited the awakening touch of the agricultuist to make it productive land. He lived there for 40 years. They called the farm "Shady Bower", it consisted of two hundred and fifty-six acres of rich land. He has extended it to 346 acres. In 1872 he retired from active life and with his wife moved to Xenia, where he lived for 15 years. In 1886 he took up his abode on a farm in Xenia township, which he had purchased in 1861. He was a Republican and in religious faith was a Lutheran.
Note: He acquired his education in the schools of his native state and was a youth of eighteen whe
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