Born: September 5, 1849, in a village about three miles southwest of Bethel, Ohio.
My father was a farmer and I was reared on the farm, working in the summer and attending school in the winter.
After completing the High School course in Bethel, Ohio, I was grantd a county teacher’s certificate and for six years I taught school in country places.
In the fall of 1872 I was admitted on trial in the Cincinnati Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and from that time have been engaged in the work assigned me by my Conference.
D. Lee Aultman, The Students Journal, Volume XXI (New York: Andrew J. Graham, July 1892), p. 4
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