FRANK G. BLUE.
The present efficient clerk of Highland township, Defiance county, F. G. Blue, is a representative of two of
the oldest and most highly respected families of Ohio. His parents, Joseph B. and Rachel (Ashton) Blue, were both
natives of this State, the former born in Miami county, December 27, 1810, the latter in Brown county, September
18, 1825. At an early day they became residents of Highland township, Defiance county, where the father died in
1883. In their family were three children, namely: Uriah S., Mary E. and Frank G.
A native of Defiance county, Frank G. Blue was born June 1, 1866, in Highland township, where the greater part
of his boyhood and youth was passed, and where he has always made his home with the exception of about a year spent
in Syracuse, Nebraska. In the common schools he began his education, subsequently attending Defiance College, and
also taking a special course in civil engineering at the State Normal School, Ada, Ohio. Being well qualified to
teach, he has successfully followed that profession in Highland township for sixteen terms, and was also principal
of the Ayresville high school for four terms, and is engaged for the coming winter at the same place.
On April 10, 1895, in Highland township, Mr. Blue was united in marriage with Miss Ella Stone, a native of that
township, and to them have been born two sons. Rodger H. and Teddy G. As an ardent Republican Mr. Blue has always
taken an active part in local political affairs, and in the fall of 1893 he was the candidate of his party for
county surveyor of Defiance county. And is now a candidate for the same office this fall. For one term he acceptably
filled the office of constable; in the spring of 1894 was elected clerk of Highland township, two years later was
reelected to that office, and in 1898 was reelected for a third term.
Commemorative Biographical Record of Northwestern, Ohio
Including the counties of
Defiance, Henry, Williams and Fulton
Published by: J. H. Beers and Company
Northwestern, Ohio Biographies
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