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Click - Cecil C.


Source: 1913 History of Montgomery County, Indiana. Indianapolis: AW Bowen, 1913 p 1067

One of the young farmers of Clark Twp, Montgomery County who gives unusual promise is Cecil C. Click. He combines enterprise with sound judgment and persistent effort so that a large degree of success is attending his efforts from year to year as a tiller of the soil. Mr. Click was born in this township and County, Sept 24, 1882. He is a son of Joseph and Jessie (OWENS) Click. The father was born in Virginia and when eight came west with his parents who settled in Putnam Co, later moving across the line into Montgomery County and [he] established the future home of the family in Clark Twp, and here these parents developed a good farm through their industry and spent the rest of their lives, and on that place their son Joseph, grew to manhood, assisted with the general farm work and in this district he received a common school education, and there married Jessie OWENS, who was born in Clark Twp, and was a daughter of John Owens and wife. Mr. Owens ran a threshing machine and a sawmill, and later in life he followed farming. He moved into Ladoga about 1905 where he now resides in a pleasant home, living a life of quiet. Cecil C. Click grew to manhood in Clark Twp and there did the unusual work of a farm boy, and in the winter months attended common schools. On Feb 6, 1902, he married May HULETT, daughter of Nathan Hulett. After his marriage Mr. Click began farming for himself. He has a neat little farm of 60 acres in Sec 27, Clark Township of which he is getting a good start as a general farmer. He and his wife are members of the Christian Church. - typed by kbz
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