ANDREW J. AULT, son of George Ault, is now a prominent citizen of Island Creek township and the proprietor of the store and agent of the railroad at Brown's Station. He was born December 16, 1835. In 1852 he accompanied his father to California, and while there was engaged in mining, and the stock business, also held the offices of county surveyor and deputy county clerk of Mono county. In 1871 he returned to Jefferson county and became agent of the Cleveland & Pittsburgh railroad as above stated, an office he fills in an efficient and courteous manner. In 1884 Mr. AUlt was married to Eva G., daughter of Joshua Henry, of Steubenville, now deceased, and they have two children, Leroy H. and Margaret A. He and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal church of Island Creek.
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