Bio: Neumann, Frank Sr. - Early
Spencer Area Farm (1877)
Source: Spencer Centennial Book (1874 – 1974)
Frank Neumann Sr., a German immigrant, arrived here in 1877, bought a tract of woodland north and west of Spencer in the Town of Unity (Clark Co.) and began to convert it into a farm. In 1911 he sold his farm to his son Carl, who in turn sold it to his son, H. W. Neumann in 1937. The present owner is his son, Gerald Neumann, a member of the fourth generation to live there. The present size of the farm is 120 acres, with a total herd of 80 cattle, including 40 dairy cows.
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