From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana

page 836


David R. Lemmon, son of Maurice and Lucinda Lemmon, was born in Sandusky County, Ohio, Nov. 26, 1839, and was four years of age when his parents settled on the farm where he now lives, and where he has since made his home.  This farm contains 156 acres of choice land, with a fine residence and other buildings.  He was married Feb. 20, 1862, to Lorana Tuttle, a native of Steuben Township, Steuben Co., Ind., born April 15, 1840, daughter of Lemmon and Lora Tuttle.  They have a family of nine children, all at home save the eldest -- Maurice, Cora, Morton, Lora, Chaplin, Vira, Bessie, Ethel and Elsie.  Maurice is married and lives in Richland Township.  Mr. Lemmon is a thorough, progressive farmer, and has been successful in all his undertakings.  He stands high in the community, and is noted for his close attention to business.  In politics he is a Republican.


Submitted by Kim Davoli