Harry B. Adam, who is engaged in the manufacture of wagons at Leesport, Ontelaunee township, Berks County, Pa., is one of the section's enterprising young business men, and belongs to an old and honored Berks County family. He was born April 4, 1883, in Richmond township, Berks County, Pa., son of George G. and Emma (Berg) Adam George G. Adam, the father, was reared on his father, Peter Adam's farm in Richmond township, and there learned the trade of stone mason, which he has followed to a large extent throughout his life. He married Emma Berg, and to this union there were born thirteen children as follows: Sallie m. Howard Biehl; Charles B. m. Nora Grommis; Kate R. m. Cyrenius Schlegel; Oscar B. m. Hannah Altenderfer; William B. m. (first) Ella V. Schucher, and (second) Clara Forney; Mary m. Lee Troxell; Nora m. William Schmehl; Peter G. m. Annie Hoch; Edwin B. m. Emma High; Robert B; Ella May, single; Elizabeth died at the age of five years; and Harry B. Harry B. Adam was reared and educated in his native township and his early life was spent on the farm, but later he learned the trade of blacksmith, which he has followed to the present time. On Nov 2, 1903, he embarked in the wagon manufacturing business at Leesport, this county, and has grown to such proportions that in spite of employing a number of hands, Mr. Adam is unable to satisfy the demand for his product. He is a skilled mechanic and good business man, and his honest methods have made friends of all those who have had business transactions with him. On April 9, 1903, Mr. Adam married Kate R. Williams, daughter of David and Emeline (Wanshop) Williams of Exeter Township.