John C. Enoch was born in 1859 in Champaign County, Ohio, near the town of West Liberty. When he was eleven years old, John's parents, William D. and Ann Eliza Enoch, moved the family to Coshocton, Ohio. In 1879 John married Emma Shaw of Coshoction. In about 1888, they moved to Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, where John opened a general merchandise store-Enoch's Bargain House. Shortly thereafter he started a factory manufacturing fiber lunch boxes-the Novelty Lunch Box Co. This successful business expanded into the manufacture of cotton jersey work gloves. The glove business flourished until it was sold in 1956. John died unexpectedly in 1910 of blood poisoning following an operation. This work tells the story of John and his family in letters and other documents and includes detailed genealogical charts of his ancestors and descendants.
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