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George M. Wilber

George M. Wilber, American farmer, sheep grower. Member Ohio House of Representatives, 1909-1913 (author of bill providing for experimental farm at the option of any county).; Mason, Knights of Pythias, Elk.

Background

  • Wilber, George M. was born on July 3, 1862 in Union County, Ohio, United States. Son of George and Annette (Coolidge) Wilber.

  • Education

    • Education high school, Marysville, O., and business college.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Georgeanna. Farmer since boyhood, in Union County, O. Also ranch owner, Idaho and elsewhere.

      Extensive shipper of live stock and grain, and engaged in banking, mining and oil production. Director and president Federal Land Bank, Louisville, Kentucky, 10 years.

    Works

    • Author of bill providing for experimental farm at the option of any county). Republican. Presbyterian Mason, Knights of Pythias, Elk.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member Ohio House of Representatives, 1909-1913 (author of bill providing for experimental farm at the option of any county). Mason, Knights of Pythias, Elk.

    Connections

    • Married Luella Robinson, 1884 (died 1913).; married second, Alice Lucile Pearse, June 6, 1914. Children: Robert M. (deceased).
    • father: George Wilber
    • mother: Annette (Coolidge) Wilber
    • spouses: Luella Robinson
    • Alice Lucile Pearse
    • child: Robert M. Wilber (deceased)
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    Born July 3, 1862
    Died October 3, 1939
    (aged 77)
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