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DAVID SHULTZ born in Dauphin Co. May 28, 1805
Posted by: Cathy Farrell (ID *****9307) Date: December 27, 2009 at 11:12:54
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Title: A biographical history of Lancaster County : being a history of early settlers and eminent men of the county; as also much other unpublished historical information, chiefly of a local character /
Author: Harris, Alexander, b. 1827

Pg. 533, DAVID SHULTZ was born in Dauphin Co., Pa., May 28, 1805. His education was limited, having had no early advantages. He learned the hatting business with Jacob Ziegler, of Harrisburg, and traveled for several years in the capacity of journeyman. He moved to New Holland in 1824 and in 1829 began business for himself, which he continued up to 1852. He became an active politician, and frequently filled minor trusts in the gift of the people. He often represented his party in the county conventions. He was appointed in 1847 the first mercantile appraiser in Lancaster Co., and was twice reappointed. In 1852 he was elected treasurer of Lancaster Co., and held the same for two years. After moving to Lancaster in 1852 he carried on the hatting business in the latter place up to 1856. He next entered into partnership in the banking business with Hiester, Henderson and Reed. The firm name was John K. Reed & Co., and it continued up till 1861. In 1862 he moved west upon a farm, and was engaged in agricultural pursuits till 1866, when he sold his farms and returned again to Lancaster, where he has since been living, chiefly in retirement.


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