Transcribed from the book "History of Warrick County" by Goodspeed, Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885, p. 197, submitted by Judy.
A.F. Katterjohn, born August 16, 1858, is one in a family of eleven
children born to Ernest and Katie E. (Hoelscher) Katterjohn, the former
coming to this country from Germany in 1844 and marrying May 7, 1851, at
Evansville, Ind. The subject of this biography was raised by his parents
to manhood's estate, receiving in youth only such advantages for an
education as the common schools afforded. In 1874 he went to Evansville,
Ind., from Henderson County, Ky., where he remained a number of years
thoroughly acquainting himself with all the details of the milling
business, which he had decided as his vocation through life. In 1882 he
removed to Lynnville, where he has ever since resided, and purchasing
the only flouring mills of the place, has fully demonstrated to the
surrounding community his ability to produce as good a quality of flour
as that of any mill in the county. Mr. Katterjohn is a Republican in
politics and one of the county's most prominent and successful young
men. He was married October 19, 1884 to Mary A. Lynn, of this county.
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