History of Mercer County

Henry M. Hamblin, of Hamblin, Sons & Co., was born in Lake County, Ohio, August 29, 1836, and is the eldest son of John K. and Elizabeth Hamblin.  After receiving the usual advantages of the Greenville public schools, he attended Allegheny College, Meadville, Penn.  A large portion of his youthful days was spent in Rock Island, Ill., and Boston, Mass.  He read law in the former city, and, after his return to Greenville in 1865, practiced his profession in Mercer County, and has severed one term as district attorney.  In August, 1871, he became a member of the present firm, and has ever since devoted his attention to the foundry and machine business.  Mr. Hamblin is married, is the father of three children, and is one of the staunch Republicans of Greenville.

Ancestry.com.  History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania.  Provo, UT. MyFamily.com, Inc.2004.  History of Mercer County, Pennsylvania, its past and present:  including its aboriginal history, its early settlement and development, a description of its historic and interesting localities, sketches of its boroughs, townships and villages, neighborhood and family histories, portraits and biographies of pioneers.