LEMER, Milton M., attorney-at-law, was born at Harrisburg, January 21, 1865. He is a son of La Rue and Rebecca (Marshall) Lemer. His father is a native of Lisburn, Cumberland county, Pa., and has been engaged in the photographing business since 1860. His mother is a native of Philadelphia. Four children have been born to them, of whom Milton M. is the eldest. The other children are Mary A., May and La Rue, Jr. Milton M. received his primary education in the schools of Harrisburg. He was graduated from the high school in 1882, and from the Harrisburg Academy in 1884. Later he attended Yale University and was graduated from that institution in 1889. He read law with James I. Chamberlin, of Harrisburg, and was admitted to the Dauphin county bar in March, 1892, and to practice in the Supreme Court in 1894. He was married in Harrisburg, October 18, 1894, to Lucinda B. Black, daughter of the late Thomas J. and Mary F. Black, of Harrisburg. His son, Milton M. Lemer, Jr., was born August 22, 1895.
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