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  • Benjamin Clement (1817 - 1907)
    (Source - "Lineal Descendants of HENRY CLEMENT and ANN (HOPKINS) CLEMENT through JOHN CLEMENT and HANNAH (WHITE) CLEMENT", by Peter Ernest Clement and Edward Henry Dafoe, 1939): I was born in the paris...
  • Sgt. Henry Wiley Jeffcoat, CSA (1830 - 1906)
    2nd spouse of Maria Vernon Livingston, had 10 children. His parents were Wylie Johnson "Jonsey" & Mariah Elizabeth [Martin] Jeffcoat.His occupations included farmer, mechanic and soldier.Sergeant in Co...
  • Levi M. Miller (1917 - 2011)
    Levi M. Miller age 93 of Millersburg, Ohio passed away, Monday afternoon, Feb. 21, 2011 at his home, following an extended illness. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday at the Walnut Creek Mennonite...
  • Paul David Philo (1924 - 2004)
    Anchorage Daily News December 9, 2004 Former Alaska resident Paul "Dave" Philo, 80, of Custar, Ohio, died Dec. 7, 2004, at Medical College of Ohio as a result of injuries suffered in a plane crash Oc...
  • Major John Wiley (USA) (1812 - 1886)
    Civil War Veteran Military Service: Captain of Reading Infantry Company; 1844-1866 (also known as Washington Rifle Greens and Washington Rifle Grays) Captain and was promoted to Major of Richar...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanic

A mechanic is a tradesman, craftsman, or technician who uses tools to build or repair machinery.

Many mechanics are specialized in a particular field such as auto mechanics, truck mechanic, bicycle mechanics, motorcycle mechanics, boiler mechanics, general mechanics, industrial maintenance mechanics (millwrights), air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics, aircraft mechanics, diesel mechanics, and tank mechanics in the armed services. Auto mechanics, for example, have many trades within. Some may specialize in the electrical aspects, while others may specialize in the mechanical aspects. Other areas include: brakes and steering, automatic or standard transmission, engine repairs or diagnosing customer complaints. An auto technician, on the other hand, has a wide variety of topics to learn. A mechanic is typically certified by a trade association or regional government power. There are different types of mechanics: heavy weight and light weight. Heavy weight work is on bigger machines like tractors and trailers; light weight work on smaller items like engines for a car.