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Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Sandusky and Ottaw a pg 279 Caleb Klink



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  • Title Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Sandusky and Ottaw a pg 279 Caleb Klink 
    Short Title Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Sandusky and Ottaw a pg 279 Caleb Klink 
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    • Commemorative biographical record of the counties of Sandusky and Ottaw a , Ohio, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representativ e citizens
      CHICAGO: J. H. BEERS & CO. 1896.
      page 279
      JACOB KLINK, a well-known and popular citizen of Woodville township, Sand usky county was born December 9, 1839, and is a son of Caleb and Mary (Br unthaver) Klink, who were born, respectively. May 7, 1811, in Wittenber g , Germany, and January 12, 1813, in Columbus, Ohio .

      Caleb Klink came to America at the tender age of six years .

      On September 27, 1836, Caleb Clink was united in marriage with Mary Brunt haver, and four sons and four daughters were born to them, as follows:
      page 280
      Two years after his marriage Caleb Clink moved to Woodville township, San dusky county, where at that time he had eighty acres, on which there w a s no clearing.
      . . . . After a long busy and useful life, beloved by a large circle of f riends and neighbors, he passed away at the old homestead November 26, 1 8 94, at the age of eighty-three years, six months and nineteen days, an d was buried in Woodville township, Sandusky county, November 28, 1894.