Chamberlain, Charles D.; attorney-at-law; born, Warrensville, O., Oct. 8, 1854; son of Charles D. and Rosetta H. Marks Chamberlain; married, Bedford, O., Oct. 12, 1873, Estella V. Tryon; issue, Charles W., Alpha Beatrice, and Carl D.; general counsel for The National Petroleum Ass’n, an organization of independent refiners of petroleum in the U. S.; member Cleveland Bar Ass’n, and American Society of Jurisprudence; member Summit Chapter, No. 74, R. A. M., and Bedford Lodge No. 375, F. & A. M.
Location: Bedford Ohio
Senter, Frederick Baldwin; mnfr. of lubricating oils; born, Bedford, O., April 6, 1864; son of John and Jane Boyle Senter; educated, common and high school and Spencerian Business College; married, Middlefield, O., Dec. 25, 1889, Kate Donaldson, one daughter, Margaret, and one son, Talmadge; took active part in Bedford civic improvements; promoted establishment of public water works, and sewerage system after graduation started in oil business and continued in same until he established the Franklin Oil & Gas Co., of Bedford and Cleveland; capitalized at $200,000; most modern plant for producing highgrade cylinder oil, engine oil and boiler compounds; organized
Shimmon, Claude Wilber; real estate; born, Allegheny, Pa., Dec. 31, 1878; son of John C. and Elizabeth McLaughlin Shimmon; educated, public grade and High School, Cleveland; A. B., Western Reserve University, 1901; Cleveland Law School, 1904; married, Bedford, O., Sept. 22, 1905, Florence A. Prestage; issue, two daughters; 1 and 4 years old; Republican; member City Council, 1910-1911, for Ward 18; member Cleveland Improvement League, and The Miles Ave. Civic League; 1901-1905, real estate salesman with The Van De Boe-Hager Co.; 1905, salesman The American Book Co.; asst. sales mgr. The West Madison Realty Co; 1906, real estate broker, 1907-1912,