JULIUS VAN HYNING

SARAH WILLIARD


Julius Van Hyning
JULIUS VAN HYNING, Biography / Henry County, OH

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File contributed for use by Ohio Biographies Project
by Janet Wilkinson Schwartz (wilkinschw@aol.com)
January 2003
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History of Henry and Fulton Counties, Ohio. Lewis Cass Aldrich, ed. Syracuse, NY: D. Mason & Co., Publishers, 1888.

VAN HYNING, JULIUS, Napoleon, one of the early and prominent settlers of Henry county was born in Summit county, O., in 1822, and in 1848 came to Napoleon and purchased his present farm of 160 acres of canal land at two dollars and a half cent per acre, and received his title from the State. He was married in 1843 to SARAH WILLIARD of Summit county, and settled on his farm, cutting a wagon road from there to Napoleon, and erected his log house, where they commenced their home life. They have had a family of six children: HENRY, OLLIE, HENRIETTA, CHARLES, CLARA and LILLIE. Mr. VAN HYNING enlisted in Co. A, 68th Regiment, in October, 1861, and was discharged at Columbus, on account of disability. He now receives a pension. He erected a steam saw-mill in 1866. He was a grandson of the Revolutionary soldier, VAN HYNING, of Saratoga county, N.Y. His parents settled in Ohio in 1802.

 

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