Location: Brooklyn Ohio

Biographical Sketch of Tyler W. Brainard

Brainard, Tyler W.; merchant; born, Brooklyn, O., Nov. 19, 1848; son of George W. and Delight Hall Brainard; educated, district school in the village of Brighton; enlisted in the army in 1864, so that ended his school days; married, Ashtabula, O., Oct. 15, 1872, L. Adella Puffu; one daughter, Mabel; was elected to city Council for one term in 1884; traveling salesman for Tuller, Warren & Co., from 1872-1875; in 1876, engaged in the wall paper and decorating business, on Pearl Street; still in the business; was charter member in organizing the Brooklyn Heights Cemetery; was 1st. vice pres. for

Biographical Sketch of George A. Tinnerman

Tinnerman, George A.; banker; born, Hessen, Germany, April 10, 1845; emigrated with his parents to this country, in 1847, locating in Brooklyn, O., later in Lindale; three years later, removed to Cleveland, where he has resided ever since; educated, common schools, learned the tinner’s trade, and engaged in the hardware and stove business on Lorain St.; pres. The Lorain St. Savings Bank; owner The Tinnerman Range Work; manufacturing Ohio ranges.

Biographical Sketch of Joseph Ralph Poe

Poe, Joseph Ralph; civil engineer; born, Brooklyn, O., Aug. 10, 1877; son of Joseph Charles and Elizabeth Dundas Smith Poe; educated, Cleveland public schools, Case School of Applied Science, degrees of Bachelor of Science, 1901, and Civil Engineer, 1905; married, Cleveland, Sept. 7, 1904, Ottilia Ida Obert; issue, Joseph M. Poe and Ida O. Poe; 1897, employed by City of Cleveland helping to lay out City Park System along Rockefeller Parkway and Shaker Heights; with Brown Hoisting Machine Co., designing and detailing several large coal and ore-handling installations, including a coal unloading crane for the Panama Canal; with The Forest

Biographical Sketch of William Oberdoerster

Oberdoerster, William; bottling works; born, Brooklyn, O., Jan. 13, 1875; son of William and Victoria Fingele Oberdoerster; educated, public schools; married, Parma, O., June 28, 1898, The three and one-half years with the Annhausser Malt Tonic Co., and the same time with the Sylla Bottling Works; founded the firm of Oberdoerster & Henkel, in June, 1905; in 1909, bought Mr. Henkel’s interest in the business, and has successfully conducted the business since; bottling Renner’s, Akron beers and Eastern ales and stouts; member Woodmen of the World, Loyal Order of Moose; member Heights Marnnuchor, The Gesmar Club. Recreations: Bowling and Hunting.