George McCauley George McCauley conducts a flourishing meat market and grocery store in Lima, where he has been a life-long resident. He first opened his eyes to the light of day in this city in 1873, his father being Joseph McCauley, now deceased, who came here about 40 years ago and engaged in milling. George McCauley became a wage-earner at an early age, first as newsboy and later as a clerk in Adams' grocery store. After clerking about six years, he formed a partnership with a Mr. Biggs, and for the next three years the grocery business of McCauley & Briggs claimed all his attention. At the expiration of that time the partnership was dissolved, and during the following three years Mr. McCauley ran the store at the old stand alone. His brother, S. E. McCauley, then bought an interest in the business, and the stock was moved to the corner of Jackson and McKibben Streets and conducted under the name of McCauley Brothers and another three years. Since that time our subject has been in business alone at No. 930 East High Street, where he continues to cater to an extended and lucrative patronage. An important epoch in his life occurred in 1904 when he was married to Florence Collins, a lady of many accomplishments and of pleasing personality. They have one son, Daniel Joseph, born November 23, 1905. Mrs. McCauley's parents D. E. and Ellen M. Collins, reside on Bellefontaine Avenue Lima, and are prominent in the life of the city, the former being an oil gauger and the latter being a well-known dealer in real estate. Mrs. Collins is a shrewd, clearheaded business woman, and in addition to Collins' addition to Lima has various other properties in the city to rent and for sale. Mr. McCauley is a devout member of St. Rose's Catholic Church and a member of the Catholic Order of Foresters.