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Taken from History of Herkimer County by George A. Hardin and Frank H. Willard, published in 1893.

UEBLER, Conrad, Schuyler, is one of the successful men of Herkimer county, is a German by birth, but came to America in 1870. He was born September 15, 1836. He has been on his present farm of 180 acres for eleven years, and has put up five buildings and started a charcoal enterprise and a hop plantation. In 1872 he married Josephine Sohn, and they have four children, three sons and a daughter.

UHLE, Jerome, Little Falls, was born in 1828, near the village of Little Falls and has been a farmer all his life. He has been successful and now owns 195 acres of land, having inherited twenty-five acres from his father. Mr. Uhle's grandfather came from Germany and his grandmother was a relative of General Herkimer. Mr. Uhle uses his farm entirely for dairy purposes, and has a herd of forty-eight milch cows. Mr. Uhle has one daughter the wife of B. J. Shaut of Little Falls. In politics he has always been a Democrat, and has held the office of commissioner of highways.