O. O. PUTTERBAUGH
O. O. Putterbaugh,. The list of progressive and energetic agriculturists of Miami county includes the name of O. O. Putterbaugh, who has been connected long and prominently with the farming interests of Bethel township, where he at present is the owner of a substantial property. Mr. Putterbaugh is one of those who have passed their entire lives in this community, having been born on a Miami county farm in 1888, a son of William and Caroline (Swallow) Putterbaugh. His parents were agricultural people who were satisfied to round out their lives in the pursuits of the soil, honorably discharging their community responsibilities and rearing their children to lives of honesty and industry. O. O. Putterbaugh was given the advantages of a rural school education and was carefully trained in farming under the instruction of his father. After reaching his majority he began farming on his own account and has so continued to the present with constantly-growing success. He is the owner of a well-improved and fertile property and is numbered among the substantial and reliable citizens of his community, having always contributed of his time, abilities and means in the furtherance of objects calculated to be of benefit to his community. Mr. Putterbaugh married Belle, daughter of John and Nettie (Reel) Shoup, of Miami County.
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