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F G Lierman

LIERMAN

Posted By: County Coordinator (email)
Date: 5/4/2010 at 09:06:48

F G Lierman, an enterprising and successful young business an of Ogden, there conducts a first class meat market in association with his father. He is numbered among the worthy native sons of Boone county, his birth having occurred at Moingona on November 17, 1882. His parents were Fred and Mary (Hamilton) Lierman, the former a native of St Louis, Missouri and the latter of West Virginia. Fred Lierman, who came to this county in 1874, was a butcher by trade and also worked in the coal mines for two years. He removed to Ames, Story county, where he worked in a butcher shop for several years, subsequently returning to Moingona and there engaging business as a butcher for 1879 until 1882. In the latter year he met with an accident which occasioned the loss of his left leg and therefore went to Boone, where he worked in a butcher ship until 1885. In that year he again embarked in business on his own account and some time later removed to Lehigh, Webster county, Iowa where he carried on a coal and butcher business for eighteen years. In September 1913, he came to Ogden ad has here since conducted a first class meat market in association with our subject, having built up an extensive and gratifying patronage. During the period of the Civil war he served for a short time as a member of Company G, Seventh Missouri Volunteer Infantry. For nearly a quarter of a century he has survived his wife, who was called to her final rest on March 5, 1891.
F G Lierman acquired his education in Boone and since putting aside his text books has been associated with his father during the greater part of the time. At Lehigh he worked in the coal mines. In September 1913, he and his father opened a meat market in Ogden, where they have conducted a successful establishment of this character to the present time. Mr Lierman is recognized as a young man of good business ability and sound judgment and is numbered among the representative and progressive citizens of the community.
On April 12, 1911, Mr Lierman was untied in marriage to Miss Dorothy Rosacker, her father being M Rosacker, a pioneer lumber merchant of Ogden. In religious faith Mr Lierman is a Catholic. He also belongs to the United Mine Workers. Both he and his wife are well known in this county and the circle of their friends is almost coextensive with the circle of their acquaintances.

1914 Boone County History Book


 

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