W. G. MANSFIELD, proprietor of the Cleveland Flouring Mills, was born at Lumpkin, Ga., April 8, 1852. He is the eldest of a family of four sons and three daughters of W. L. and Louisa (CLIFTON) MANSFIELD, both natives of Georgia. The father was a Baptist minister; he died in 1873, and the mother in 1886. Our subject received a good common school education. After operating a mill about five years, in his native place, he came, in 1876, to Cleveland and purchased the mill which he now runs. He has put in a full roller equipment, and has a daily capacity of 200 barrels of flour. He is one of the most enterprising, energetic and worthy citizens of Cleveland. In 1873 he married Miss Zoe ROGERS, of Marietta, GA., by whom he has one son and three daughter
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