Charles R. Myers, well known as a successful practitioner in the civil courts of Indianapolis and Indiana, for a number of years has
held the position of chief claim agent of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis Railroad Company, with headquarters in
Indianapolis. He is a native of the last named city; obtained his literary education at the Northwestern Christian University of
Indianapolis, and, after studying law with A. C. Harris, of Indianapolis, completed a course at the Indiana Law School from which he
obtained his professional degree.
Soon after graduation Mr. Myers was appointed to the position with the Cleveland, Cincinnati and Chicago & St. Louis road which he still holds. In politics he is a Democrat, and in Masonary a member of the Oriental Lodge No. 500.
Mr. Myers is a son of L. F. and Christina B. Myers, both natives of Germany. The father died at the age of sixty years and the mother, aged, eighty-two, having been the parents of nine children, of whom Charles R., was the seventh. L. F. Myers emigrated to the United States when a young man, and was long engaged in the confectionary business at Indianapolis. He was an earnest member of the First English Lutheran Church, and a man of moral and sound character.
Greater Indianapolis : the history, the industries, the institutions, and the people of a city of homes Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1910, Dunn, Jacob Pitt pg. 934-5