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In California in Death Valley they have a group who keep the Jayhawkers alive. I was very fortunate to be able to meet and help one man named Marvin and A.N.D. .Dogro Lived On - Heir Apparent - Foundations research and guide him around Knox county when he came here. Marvin is such a delightful person and would also love to put a memorial in the Colton Park for the Jayhawkers.
For many years he was a noted stock-raiser, having been the first to introduce the spotted China hog, and o ne of the three men who first brought shorthorn cattle into Knox County. He was one of the founders of the Knox County Agricultural Societ y. At one time, Mr. Haynes owned nearly 1, acres of land in Orange Township, acres in Iowa, and two fine farms in California, where, for several years, he made his home.
In religion he was a Protestant Methodist. He died at the old homestead in Orange Township March 29, Eight children were born to Mr.
One son and one daughter live in Kansas; two daughters are living in Missouri, and one daughter lives in Orange Township, near the old home. Field Heath of Vermont. Lucinda M. Her marriage with Mr. Heath, Aug. They lived on a farm near Center Point for twenty-eight years, and then moved to Wataga, where Mr. Heath died Mar. Heath moved to Galesburg and lived with her son Williamat whose home she died July 11, She was one of the bravest and most resourceful of the early pioneer mothers, and is remembered by her host of friends as a strong, sweet, and noble personality.
William Heath was married to Kate E. Armstrong of Galesburg, at Fargo, N. Hedstrom, Charles O. Charles O. Hedstrom was educated in the common schools, and began farming inwith his brother. In he Anywhere Tonight - Silent Circle - Discomania on a farm in Victoria Township, where he now resides.
He was married to May Herald of Victoria, July 28, They had three children: Cecil C, Hester, and Josephine. He is a republican, and a member of the Modern Woodmen of America. He is one of the leading farmers of his township.
Hedstrom, JonasThe precise place of Mr. His brother, Olofwho was ten years older, had as early asarrived in New York, and within a decade had become a Methodist Minister. In Olof visited the fatherland, and on his return to America was accompanied by Jonas. The first few years of his residence in this country, Jonas passed in the States of New York and Pennsylvania, and worked at his trade as a blacksmith.
When a family named Sornberger moved west to Victoria, IL, the young smith was irresistibly led to follow them in The reason was made clear when he shortly married one Zick (Original Mix) - DJ Van - Minimal Techno 15 the Misses Sornberger.
He took up his abode with his wife at Farmington. During his residence in the east, he had become converted to Methodism, and in he commenced to preach in the Salem school house, a little way east of Victoria, Mr. Ferrys Son - Chelsea - Sod The War continuing to work at his forge, as his regular occupation. His sermons were in English, and were listened to by many of the settlers thereabouts. However, believing that many of his countrymen would Belligerent Bastard - Hard Response - Hostile Environment cross the ocean and find a home on the western prairies, he obtained from his pastor, Mr.
Clarka testament with the English and Swedish text in parallel columns. Thus he renewed his knowledge of the Swedish tongue, which he had almost forgotten. The preparation was timely. Swedish immigrants came, many of them directed to Illinois through Rev. Olof Hedstromwho was conducting a mission for them in the Bethel ship at New York.
In JulyEric Janson and a band of followers, came to Victoria and were hospitably entertained by Mr. Hedstrom, after which they were piloted to their destination.
On Dec. This was the first Swedish Methodist organization in the world. The small beginning grew and flourished, and Mr. Hedstrom was led to join the Peoria conference in Thenceforth he devoted his time entirely to the ministry, Fixing A Hole Mirando Un Bache - The Beatles - Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band an indefatigable worker.
In the fall of he retired, and on May 11,went to his heavenly reward, at the age of The funeral sermon was preached by Rev. Gravesand the remains interred in Victoria cemetery. In his wife passed away. Of his five children, two are See You In The Shadows - The Big Bad - See You In The Shadows Luther Hedstrom and Mrs.
Becker of Victoria. Heller, William H. His grandfather, John Hellerwas a Revolutionary soldier, and settled in Pennsylvania at an early date. Heller attended schools at Cuba, and studied medicine under Dr.
Raymond at a medical college in Chicago. After graduating he began practice in Cuba, IL. Inhe married Mary D. Mosherin Fulton Co. Five children were born to them: Robley E. Joseph and John are physicians in Kansas. In politics Dr. Heller is a prohibitionist. Harriet Amanda and David Alexander died in infancy. Henderson is a Protestant. He is a democrat. Hensley, H. His mother, Elizabeth, was born in Vermont.
His grandparents, Evans and Anna Hensleywere born in Kentucky. In Feb. In religion, she is a Methodist. He has been President of the City Council, and was Postmaster from to Besides his practice as a physician, he has a flourishing business as druggist. Hickman, Alfred W. Jacob Hickman died July 24, Higgins, Addison Pleurer Des Rivières - Various - Ultimate France 80. His father, Americus Higginscame to Galesburg in Higgins is a large landowner in Illinois, Missouri, and Kansas, and is extensively engaged in stock-raising.
Higgins was married to Mattie J. They have three children: Cyrus M. Higgins was educated in the common schools. He is a republican and a prohibitionist. Hill, Charles M. She was born in Peru, IL. There were two children, Charles Francis and John William.
His second marriage, which occurred in Chicago, IL. Gibbsof Illinois, and Helen J. Bevier Gibbsof Albany, New York. They have one child, Helen. He moved to Illinois inand settled on a farm at Berlin Center. He died May 9,his wife surviving him but a short time. Hill spent his early years on the farm, and at the age of 13, the family moved to town, and he worked at teaming.
Inhe entered the employ of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad as brakeman, and in was promoted to the position of conductor. He is a member of the O. Hill is independent in politics. Hilton, A. He enlisted inand served until the close of the war. July 12,he began work for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Mr. Ferrys Son - Chelsea - Sod The War Company, and after successive promotions was made Superintendent of the Galesburg Division.
In he was married to Emma Russell. They have two children, Richard R. Hilton has been an engineer on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad since Hinchliff, J. Educated at Rio and Galesburg.
His parents, James and Betsey Hinchliffwere born in England. He was married Jan. There are four children: Everett E. In religion he is a Congregationalist. In politics, a republican. Hinman, Fred R. His maternal great-grandmother, Daviswho was born near Boston, MA. Maternal great-grandmother was a Pettyborn in New Hampshire.
Mary Davis Gish was a passenger on the first train west out of Baltimore, Maryland. Hinman was married in Galesburg, Nov.
Goddardwho was State Live Stock Commissioner. She was born in Adrian, Michigan, and her ancestors can be traced to the Mayflower. Hinman was a charter member of Lodge No. He is a member of the Oak Leaf Camp, M. He has been a delegate to the city, county, and State conventions. Hinman is a member of the Back To Hell - Various - 66 Trance Tracks (Unmixed Tracks) Church.
In politics, he is a republican. Hinthorn, John F. June 3, To them were born two sons, the younger dying in infancy. When about three years of age his mother was taken sick with quick consumption, and the family removed to Fulton Co. Soon after the breaking out of the Civil Warhis father enlisted in one of the volunteer companies then being organized in Bloomington, IL. He lived in McLean, Woodford, and Tazewell counties until his death near Peoria in Aprilat the age of 66 years.
John F. Hinthorn remained with his grandparents near Vermont, IL. He then studied telegraphy and station agency on the Wabash, St. He immediately went to Kansas and accepted a like position with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, w orking at various places until Feb.
They have two children: James E. Asenath Hinthorn was born and reared in Knoxville, IL. Booth were married in the East and moved to Illinois at a comparatively early day, finally settling in Knoxville, where they resided until their death. They had three children, Asenath being the youngest. She is a woman of true Christian character, a faithful wife and devoted mother.
Hinthorn are especially interested in church and Sunday school work, and are members of the Methodist Church, Mr. Hinthorn being Superintendent of the Sunday school. In politics, Mr. Hinthorn is a prohibitionist. Hjerpe, JohnMason and contractor; Galesburg; born Dec. He came to Galesburg in They died in Scotland.
In MayJames Hobkirk was married to Jane Beattie in Scotland, and in August reached Maquon and took up farming, although he had previously been a baker. He rented a farm until when he bought 83 acres in Haw Creek Township, where he raised stock. In he moved to Maquon where he bought five acres of improved land. Between the years andhe was twice elected Justice of the Peace, but having at that time no political aspirations, declined to serve; he is now, however, serving his second term in that office.
He has taken a deep interest in educational matters and was School Director for seventeen years. In religion he is a Presbyterian. His wife Jane Beattie died Feb. They had two children, Mary and Martha. The former Tanake Oma - The Nuku Alofa Wanderers - Samoa And Tonga (A Musical Montage) now the home-keeper; the latter is a teacher in Haw Creek Township.
His parents were Nils P. His first wife was Aleda Olson. Their children were: Selan K. Otto; Ellen O. His second marriage was in Galesburg, Feb. They have one child, Lester G. Holm landed at Quebec, and came to Galesburg in He worked for farmers for five years, and then rented land until He bought the Wheeler farm of 80 acres, which he sold inand bought acres in Section 22, where he now lives. He owns another farm of 83 acres on Section Holm is a republican.
He has been a School Director. Holmes, Sollis R. Holmes came west, and Send It On - DAngelo - Voodoo two years taught school in Philadelphia, Missouri; he then taught for five years in Warsaw, IL.
He afterwards kept a warehouse in Warsaw for two years, and was agent for the Keokuk and St. Louis Packet Company. Inhe engaged in the hardware trade. During the Civil War, Mr. While a resident of Warsaw, he held various public offices, including those of City Treasurer, Alderman, and Mayor. Inhe became adjuster for a fire insurance company, his field covering nine northwestern States. He was later insurance inspector for several cities, with headquarters at Burlington, Iowa.
Inhe retired from active business. Holmes was married June 10,to Rosette A. Farnsworthat Bakersfield, Vermont. Holmes is a Presbyterian. Holt, Martin S. Holt have five children: Albert Allen, Mary E. Holt belongs to the Congregational Church. The family came to the United States before the Revolution, and Thomas Holton the grandfather and his brother served in that war.
Thomas Holton the father was a soldier in the War of Frederick Holton enlisted May 23,in Company B. In MayMr. Holton was married in Missouri to Mrs. Emily Milsted Prenatt ; they have had four children: Sarah S. WilsonGeorge W.
Frederick I. Holton is a Nominal Protestant. Hoopes, James L. McCleary Hoopesof Illinois. They have two children, Mary and Bertha. Hopkins, Sally A. Her maternal grandparents were John Shoemaker and Sally Woulfbergerthe latter a native of Pennsylvania. Her paternal grandfather was Laban Booton ; he was of English descent; her paternal grandmother, Nancy Daviswas born in Wales. Hopkins taught school about seven years, and received her first certificate from Judge Sanford, of Knoxville.
Rosa D. Foxie's note: two children linked to bios this site. Hopkins was born in Glenmorganshire, Wales, Jan. Hopkins came to Illinois inand lived in the township of Chestnut, afterwards residing about ten years in Peoria, when she returned to Chestnut Township, where she and her husband resided until the time of his death, Aug.
Hopkins owns a farm of acres, which she and her son are managing, on Section 4. Township of Chestnut. Hopper, Samuel H. The ancestry of the family on the paternal side is English, on the maternal side, Scotch.
The Mr. Ferrys Son - Chelsea - Sod The War grandparents, Zachariah and Polly Leatherwood Hopperwere natives of England; the former was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Hopper was the oldest of eleven children: Samuel H.
Charles Hopper, Sr. Thomas J. Frances M. Her second marriage was with John M. Mitchellof Arkansas; they have one son, W. Hopper was married to Elizabeth CaulkinsAug. Elmer and Mary O. Housel, Oscar C. His parents were Martin and Margaret Viers Housel. When a very young lad, he was dependent upon his own resources.
His father died when he was three weeks old, and he was made an orphan by the death of his mother when he had reached his ninth year. He received his education in the public schools, after which he found employment in a match factory at Akron for two years. He then ran an engine for a year and a half and later worked as a millwright. Although too young to participate in the Civil War, his family was well represented at the front, three brothers and two brothers-in-law serving in the Union Army.
Housel removed from Akron to Galesburg, where he lived untilwhen he went to Peoria. Housel has built many of the finest residences and most conspicuous public buildings in Galesburg. Nor have Mr. At present he is engaged in the erection of a Presbyterian Church at Davenport, Iowa. Inhe became a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. June 1,Mr. Housel was married to Lenora Cummings. Her father, L. Cummingswas a veteran of the Mexican War, and one of the gold hunters of Upon his return from California, inhe settled on a farm near Altona.
Housel have three children: Ralph B. He was married Feb. Housh was brought up on a farm, and Good Morning Little Schoolgirl - Ten Years After - Live In Concert his marriage lived in Haw Creek Township, where he had acres of excellent land.
Inhe went to Abingdon, and engaged in the insurance and real estate business since Feb. Housh has been a breeder of fine horses, and owned inByerly Abdailah; he now owns Zuleka Patchen. He is a successful business man. Housh is a democrat. He is a believer in Christian Science.
The progenitor of the Housh family settled in Virginia, where grandfather Adam Housh resided till he removed to Kentucky and located near Louisville. Farming was his vocation, and politically he was a democrat. Both Adam Housh and his wife lived to be very aged; she died in Kentucky.
David Houshfather of Andrew C. He was a prosperous farmer, and one of the leading men of his township. In politics he was a democrat, and held various township offices. He died at the old homestead in Mayat the age of 80 years.
He owned at the time of his death about 2, acres of land. In religious belief he was a Universalist. He served in the War ofthough only twelve years of age, doing guard duty in one of the frontier forts in Indiana. Later he participated in many Indian skirmishes in his vicinity. He came to Illinois when Knox County was mostly a wilderness.
David Housh yet lives at the age of 89 years having been born near Greencastle, Indiana, March 1, Housh was educated in the common schools of Knox County, and was brought up on the farm. In the year ofwith Haze - Skinny Puppy - Mythmaker father and three brothers, James O. They also engaged in the stock business and farming on a large scale.
They had a general store, the largest in Maquon. A few years later he bought out his partners and continued the mercantile business alone for several years, selling out in He also owns and managed about 1, acres of farming land in Knox County, and also owns two farms containing acres in Nebraska. He is a member of the Masonic Fraternity, A.
He is liberal minded in all things, and is worthy the esteem and confidence of his fellow citizens. Housh was married at Knoxville, Nov. Housh have two children: Emma F.
La Fayette. Howe, James R. He is a locomotive engineer in the employ of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad. He began as an apprentice in the machine shop inand in was given charge of an engine; he now has one of the best passenger runs on the road. Inhe was married to Hattie V.
They have one son, Harold J. Howe has always taken an active interest in politics, having been a member of the City and County Republican Committee. He I Want To (Do Everything For You) - Joe Tex - I Want To (Do Everything For You) / Funny Bone to Vesper Lodge, No. He studied law in the office of Judge P. Post, and was admitted to practice in the Illinois State courts, June 7,and in the United States courts, June 27, Howell was educated in the common schools.
She was born Sept. They have five children: Mary Alberta, born Mar. Bryan, born Aug. Howell came to Peoria in He owns a farm of acres Section 27 and has 43 cattle and 11 horses. He is a member of A. Lodge, NoFarmington; in politics he is a democrat. He and his father were in the Confederate Army, Company C. Third North Carolina Volunteers. His father was in the Squonk - Genesis - A Trick Of The Tail War; and his maternal grandfather was in the War of He was married in Galesburg July 26,to Tillie G.
He then learned the trade of carriage-making and blacksmithing. Inhe went to Omaha, Nebraska, where he remained seven months, and then returned to Galesburg, where he was again employed by the Shades - Iggy Pop - Classic, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company for a short time. He started in business for himself July 15,and soon after entered into Partnership with John E. Holmquist, under the firm name of Hoyer and Holmquist, their business being horseshoeing, wagon and carriage work, at West Main Street.
Hoyer is a Congregationalist. In politics he has Part II: Nos. 56 through 64 - Johann Sebastian Bach - The St. Matthew Passion a republican. Hubbell, J. Hubbell was twice married. His first marriage was with Mary Moxsey at Knoxville, March 16, His second wife, Mary Kessey, of Macomb, to whom he was married June 13, Hubbell was a member of the Methodist Church.
In politics he was a republican, and served for a time as Supervisor. He died June 29, Huggins, David Brainardborn in Vermont, Aug. His father came from Vermont to Knox Co.
At the time of his arrival in Knoxville, only seven families had preceded him and were located there. Inat the first Fourth-of-July celebration at Knoxville, his father superintended the dinner for the crowd. He was a kind-hearted and generous man, and aided much in the development of the town and county in which he lived. In his religious views he was a Congregationalist, and held the office of Deacon for a number of years. While living in Vermont, he was Justice of the Peace for twenty years, and served in the same capacity for several years in Keeper When Needed - Dugong - The Eastmoor Rules Co.
His opportunities for education were limited, but he availed himself of the instruction afforded in the common school and acquired therein a good, practical, business education. He was brought up a farmer and has followed the occupation of farming and stock-raising all his life. He discontinued the business in and now is retired. Huggins has shown himself a public spirited man. He was largely instrumental in the establishment of the street car line between Galesburg and Knoxville.
He headed the subscription list with one thousand dollars, and raised most of the money required by hard personal work. Furthermore, he gave bond for ten thousand dollars, to insure its completion.
The speakers, on the occasion of the opening of the road, made honorable mention of these facts, and the street car company recognized these services by placing in the hands of Mr. Huggins the first spike to be driven, plated with gold. Huggins has shown a disposition to aid in every good cause.
For many years, he has been greatly interested in the Knox County Fair. Year after year, the general superintending of the grounds was entrusted to his care—a work in which he showed great judgment and efficiency. He made also liberal contributions, as the needs of the Fair seemed to demand. Huggins has not been a great traveler. He has visited several States, but has never been abroad. He went to California inby water, and was more than a month on his way.
While there, he took charge of a City Hospital in San Jose. As a man, Mr. Huggins is quiet and unassuming, and is free from the pride of ostentation. He has lived a harmonious life, and has always been regarded as a good neighbor and a good citizen. His kindness of heart and his deeds of charity are an index of the man, and his habits of industry and perseverance will ever commend him as a worthy citizen. In religious faith, Mr.
Huggins is a Presbyterian. Both he and his wife became members of that church inand for more than thirty years Mr. Ferrys Son - Chelsea - Sod The War worshipped together in that communion. Politically he is a republican, and has been a faithful worker in the party ever since its formation. He was married Dec. The Bernville East Church received the main timbers and the window frames with glass and sash. The Mechanicsville West Church was allotted the stove, the spire, "the iron dogs and all the nails of said church.
About this time,the Simmons Axe Factory erected a fourth building and it is said that some of the materials used in its construction were from the old Reformed Church.
The cornerstones for the new churches were laid in May of The church is in possession of a newspaper clipping, dated Tuesday, May 25,that describes the event.
On Tuesday last, the ceremony of laying the corner stone was performed at the site of each of these buildings by the Hon. Stephen Van Rensselaer, assisted by the Rev.
Ludlow and Ferris of Albany. The site of one of these edifices is at Bernville, and that of the other at Beaverdam, three miles from the former, and in the same congregation.
We witnessed the ceremony in laying the corner stone of the former, but as we did not attend the latter, and have not been furnished with an account of the ceremonies etc. We presume, however, that they did not vary materially from the former. The corner stone of the church at Bernville was laid by Mr. Van Rensselaer, and an appropriate prayer offered by the Rev.
Ludlow, followed by an able address to the people, by the Rev. Closing prayer by the Rev. In an excavation made in the corner stone, was placed a small leaden box, in which were deposited a Bible and a slip of paper containing the following inscription: "This build is to be devoted to the worship of the Triune God, The Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, to be styled the Reformed Dutch Church of Bernville.
John Ludlow, D. Isaac Ferris of Albany. Deitz, Frederick Bassler, Jr. Deitz, Frederick Bassler Jr. Russ, David F. This is as it should be. As of January 1,the membership at Beaverdam is 71, representing 53 families. The Berne church was members, representing families.
These figures do not include baptized non-communicants. On Sunday, Sept. Robert Hoffman was installed as the 35th minister of the Berne and Beaverdam Churches. These historical facts and many others add together in this year of our Lord to form a continuing history of the Berne-Beaverdam Churches located in Berne and West Berne.
Bassler lived in the Town of Knox, two miles north of the village of Berne. The church stood on a knoll half way between what is now the villages of Berne and West Berne, now the site of the Beaverdam Cemetery [Harold Miller]. For the spiritual advancement of this portion of the Master's vineyard, a log house of worship was immediately erected two miles west of Mr.
A prominent position as a citizen and a member of the farming community of Grafton township, Walsh county, is held by the gentleman above named. He is of foreign birth and Loesje - Various - De Skibox 12 to this country the habits of thrift and economy characteristic of Rondo - Franz Krommer*, Michael Thompson Wind Ensemble - Partitas for Wind Ensemble children of the Scandinavian peninsula.
He resides in section 31 of Grafton township, and has a pleasant home and well-regulated farm. Our subject was born in Christiania, Norway, March 26,where he was reared and educated.
He remained in his native country untiland then emigrated to America and located in Fillmore county, Minnesota. He worked out at farm labor about two years until the early summer ofwhen he went to Walsh county, North Dakota then Grand Forks county and entered claim to land in Some Other Spring - Mark Whitfield - Forever Love Center township.
He lived there several years and then settled on section 31, in Grafton township, and has resided there continuously since that date. He has thoroughly improved his farm with good buildings, and modern machinery is used in conducting the place.
He now owns three hundred and twenty acres of good land and has made a success of his vocation in North Dakota. Three children have been born to bless the home of Mr. Brekke, named as follows: Helger, John and Ruth.
Brekke has devoted his career to agricultural pursuits and has made a success of his calling and is well known as an early settler and an energetic farmer of Walsh county. Transcribed by Carol Eppright. He has served as a member of the state legislature two terms, and his efficient service and oneness of purpose commend him to all alike, and he enjoys increasing popularity.
He has a pleasant home in section 32 of Grafton township, and is proprietor of a fine farm. Our subject was born in Norway, September 25,and when about three years of age came with his mother to America inhis father having died in Norway. After his arrival in this country, a home was made in Winneshiek county, Iowa, and they remained there until and then removed to Cottonwood county, Minnesota, and lived there about one year.
Brotnov came to North Dakota with his mother late in the fall of and settled on section 32, in Grafton township, Walsh county, where he has since resided. He was one of the first settlers of Walsh county, and has followed farming there continuously since that time. He now owns nearly four hundred acres of choice land, and has erected a complete set of substantial buildings, and has a good farm.
One child has News - Tango With Lions - A Long Walk born to Mr. Brotnov, upon whom they have bestowed the name of Stella M. Brotnov has filled most of the offices in Grafton township, and served as assessor of the township when he was but twenty years of age. In the fall of he was elected to the North Dakota legislature, and re-elected in the fall of on the Independent ticket.
Carpenter was reared in his native county until five years of age when his father removed to Steuben County, New York, where our subject grew to manhood, and where he engaged in agricultural pursuits. He continued thus employed To Bury True Love - The Fury.Heat! - Las Exclusiones de Dos Diablos he went to Missouri inwith the exception of the time spent in the Civil War.
He went to Chariton County, Missouri, and remained there until and in the spring of that year went to Dakota Territory and entered My Favorite Things - The Lennon Sisters - The Lennon Sisters Favorites to land on which he has since made his home. He now owns two hundred and forty acres of choice land, and has made a fine property of the wild land which he first began to till and improve and enjoys the comforts of a rural home.
Carpenter enlisted June 12,in Company H, Eighty-sixth New York Volunteer Infantry, and was commissioned second lieutenant of the company, and was promoted to the rank of captain in August, He served till the close of the war and can review those years of his career with justifiable pride. Seven children have been born to Mr. Carpenter, of whom four are living and bear the following names: John A.
The deceased children were named as follows: Charles, Anjenette and Perry. Carpenter has served as justice of the peace continuously since taking up his residence in Forest River Township, with the exception of one The Plane Crash - Szczur - Prelude To A Fire EP, and has also filled the office of township assessor, and in was census enumerator for three townships in Walsh County.
He is widely known and is held in high esteem by all with whom he has to do, and is a man who keeps pace with the world, and is a stanch advocate for good government and takes an active part in local affairs of import. Came to North Dakota from Faribault, Minn. Was educated in the common schools. Beaver Dam. Has held the office of state senator for fourteen years and was re-elected without opposition. Was an alderman at Grafton for six years; sixteen years on the board of education at Grafton and president of the board.
He was elected to the senate as a democrat. He has engaged in banking and farming since October 1, Submitted by Linda R. This was a private bank, and was founded by F. Walker, D. Walker was president and Mr. Cashel was cashier, and they had a capital stock of twenty-five thousand dollars and did a general banking business. Upon the organization of the First National Bank of Grafton, the capital stock was increased to fifty thousand dollars, and Mr.
Walker was chosen president, Mr. Leisikow, vice-president, and Mr. Cashel, cashier. Walker died in and was succeeded as president by Mr. Leistikow, who is now serving as such, and Mr. Cashel is still cashier. The bank has an undivided profit and surplus of sixty-five thousand dollars, the largest of any bank in the state, and deposits run from two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to three hundred thousand dollars. John L. Cashel, cashier of the First National Bank, is a man of excellent business qualities and has made a success of his career, and has extensive financial interests in and around Grafton.
His parents moved to Clark county, Ohio, when he was five years of age, and when ten years of age he removed with them to Buffalo county, Wisconsin, where he was reared and educated and remained there until twenty-three years of age. His father was a farmer by occupation and died in Wisconsin. Our subject taught school four years and also conducted a business college at lacrosse, Wisconsin, for five years, and in removed to Rochester, Minnesota, and from there to Faribault, Minnesota, where he remained three years, and in came to Grafton, Walsh county, North Dakota.
He purchased town lots and erected the building in which the Walsh County Bank was established, and he has followed banking and farming here continuously since.
He at one time owned one-half of the town site of Grafton, and is now interested largely in real estate. Our subject was married, in Wisconsin, into Miss Margaret Morris, a native of that state.
Cashel are the parents of two sons, named as follows: North Dakota - Cinemechanica - Ep/1 M. Cashel served as a state senator in andand was again elected in The former election was on the Republican ticked and the latter on the Democratic ticket.
He is a popular and efficient officer, and in was a candidate for lieutenant-governor, and has taken an active part in public affairs since residing in North Dakota.
His pleasant home on section 1, surrounded by the comforts and conveniences of modern country life, shows little trace of the primitive conditions under which he began his career in North Dakota. Christenson was born in Winneshiek county, Iowa, near Decorah, April 4, He was reared and educated in his native county, and although his education was all obtained within the county, he managed to get the best it afforded.
He attended the common schools. In he left Winneshiek county and went to Clay county, Minnesota, where he took up a homestead claim and lived there for six years. He then sold it and came to North Dakota and took up a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres on section 1, Prairie Center township. This was in April, He improved his estate, and from time to time erected buildings for the storing of his crops and shelter of his stock and machinery, and today there is not a better improved or more valuable farm to be found within the township.
He is the owner of three hundred and forty-four acres of land, and is regarded as one of the substantial and influential citizens of the county.
Christenson is a native of Norway. Three children bless the home of Mr. Christenson, named in the order of their birth, Cara M. Christenson has always taken an active interest in affairs of the public nature, and has been called upon to fill many local offices of trust. He has been president of the school board for fifteen years, served upon the board of arbitration, and also as township trustee. He is also an active church worker, and is a trustee of the United Lutheran church.
His well-known integrity and fair-minded liberality have brought him the esteem and confidence of all men of every party and of whatever faith. He is now engaged in the hardware and machine business in Grafton, and is successful in his business.
Our subject was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, January 1,and is a son of James and Letitia Mullholland Douglas, both of whom were natives of Ireland, and their families were of Scotch descent. The parents died in Ireland, and the father followed farming during his career.
Douglas was reared and educated in Ireland, and remained there until twenty-two years of Mr. Ferrys Son - Chelsea - Sod The Warand in emigrated to America and located in Ontario, Canada, where he remained fifteen years, and where he taught school and was engaged in the general merchandise business.
He came to North Dakota inand purchased land near Park River, and later established the first general merchandise store at Hoople, and also bought grain. He operated this store five years, and in was elected county treasurer of Walsh county, and re-elected in He removed to Grafton inand in engaged in the hardware business, and he is also interested in the machine business in that city.
Eight children, seven sons and one daughter, have been born to Mr. Douglas, two of whom are now deceased. He was a Tulsa Turnaround - Various - Country Funk II 1967-1974 of the constitutional convention of from the third district, and also served one term as state representative, being elected in He is an old-line Democrat, and a leader of his party in Walsh county.
Evenson is an agriculturist of sound practical knowledge and experience, and his estate in Farmington township, Walsh county, is one of the best tilled and improved places of the locality. He is an old settler of his township, and since taking up his residence there has striven to further the better interests of the community as well as to add to his personal possessions, and is well and favorably known.
His handsome residence is in section 24, and the other buildings of that place evidence the thrift and prosperity of our subject, and the care which he bestows upon the operation of his farm. Evenson was born in Norway, June 10,and resided there until about twenty years of age.
After attaining his manhood he emigrated to America and went direct to Hamilton county, Iowa, and was employed there six years at farm labor. He came to Dakota in April,and entered claim to land in Farmington township, Walsh county, as a homestead, and in Martin township, as a tree claim, been a resident of Farmington township. He now owns five hundred and thirty acres of land, and all the improvements of his place have been placed there by himself, as the land was wild when he first began operations thereon.
The losses and experiences of pioneer life in the Northwest were his, as is incident to that time and place, but amid these drawbacks he has prospered and now enjoys the rewards of honest and earnest efforts. Two other children, Robert, who died at the age of nine months, and Henry, who died when five months of age, was born to Mr. Our subject is a man of strict integrity of word and deed and is highly esteemed by all. He has gained his property and good name by the exercise of industry and the strictest integrity, and his active services for the public good.
His entire tract is well improved and tillable, and altogether makes up an estate whereon a remunerative business may be done by one who devotes himself to his work and intelligently looks after the details of farm life. Our subject was born in the county of Frontenac, Ontario, February 4, He resided in his native place until the fall ofand received a good education in the common schools. He went to Walsh county, inwhere he has since made his home, and has aided materially in enhancing the value of the properties of Ardoch township, and now has one of the thoroughly cultivated tracts of his community.
Stead, a native of Ontario. Three children have been born to Mr. Ferris, named in order of birth as follows: Lottie, Fred and Clarence. Ferris was elected to the Dakota legislature on the Fusion ticket in the fall ofand served one term in that capacity and proved his efficiency as a public official.
He has also been called upon to serve in various local offices, and has been a member of the township board of supervisors, justice of the peace, and constable, and in every instance has administered the duties of his position with fidelity and increasing popularity.
He is a man of good principles, and adheres strictly to justice and the upbuilding of the better interests of those among whom he makes his home. He is active in his farm life, and enjoys well-merited success financially.
He is a lawyer, is married and has one son. Fraine was born at Worksop, Notts, England, April 2, and was educated in the public schools of that place. He came to North Dakota in and has resided there continuously since. He has long been deeply interested in the National Guard of the state and served as major of the North Dakota regiment in the Philippines during the Spanish-American war. He is serving his third term as representative, being elected speaker of the house at the session. He has an extensive practice in Grafton, North Dakota, and his practice has brought him in contact with the most learned members of the profession in the state, and he is recognized as a gentleman of broad ideas and excellent qualities.
He has recently returned from the Spanish-American war with the rank of major, and during his service earned high honors for loyalty and bravery. Our subject was born Thats An Irish Lullaby (Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral) - Patrick OHagan - 22 Golden Shamrocks Sheffield, Nottinghamshire, England, September 7,and is the son of John and Elizabeth Cook Fraine, the former a native of Ireland, and the latter of England.
His father was an ivory-worker and came to America in and settled in Brooklyn, and now resides in Waterbury, Connecticut. Our subject is one of the four sons who grew to manhood, of whom one brother and our subject reside in North Dakota. Fraine was reared and educated in Springfield, Massachusetts, and remained in that state untiland then spent some years in travel.
He came to North Dakota in and settled at Grafton, where he finished reading law and was admitted to the bar in May, He at once began the practice of his profession and continued alone until January 1,when he formed a partnership with Judge Sauter, which existed until Judge Sauter was appointed district judge of the newly created seventh judicial circuit.
Fraine gave his entire attention to the practice of law until the breaking out of the Spanish-American war, when he enlisted, April 26,as captain of Company C, First North Dakota Infantry. Prior to that he had been captain of Company C for five years as a member of the National Guard. He sailed for Manila in May,and served seventeen months, and was discharged with the rank of major of the First North Dakota, Second Battalion.
During the service he participated in twenty-four engagements, including the battle of Manila, Santa Cruz, and was with General Lawton in three campaigns.
He served with distinction and honor to himself and country. He has met with good success as an attorney and has an increasing practice. Our subject was married, into Miss Marian Robinson, a native of Massachusetts. Fraine are the parents of one son, named John R. Fraine is prominent in secret society circles, and holds membership in the Masonic fraternity, Order of Elks and the Independent Order of Foresters. He is independent in political faith, and wields his influence for good local government.
FRASER As a gentleman of the highest integrity and an efficient public officer of Walsh county, the gentleman above named is well known. He has served five successive terms as auditor of Walsh county and has built up an enviable reputation for uprightness of character and sound financial methods.
His career has been on of continued successes in every direction in which his faculties have been directed and in matters tending to promote the general welfare and to develop the business or society interests of his adopted town he has taken a hearty interest and aided materially in various ways in the upbuilding and strengthening of good local government and as a man and citizen is held in the highest esteem. Our subject was born in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 12, His parents, John and Kate Mowat Fraser, were natives of Scotland and Canada, respectively, and passed their lives in Canada, where the father was a merchant.
Our subject was reared and educated in Canada, attending the Collegiate Institute. He spent some time afterward in Canada and in went to Grand Forks, North Dakota, and engage in the lumber business there one year and then engaged in the machine trade and in came to Grafton.
Here he worked in the county treasurer s office two years and was also engaged as city justice and also followed the loan and insurance business during and in the fall of was elected county auditor. His efficiency and popularity are best evidenced by the fact that he has been elected to that office five consecutive times.
He is also United States commissioner for North Dakota. Our subject was married into Miss Eugenie Gjeme, a native of Norway. Fraser are the parents of two sons and one daughter.
Fraser is a member of the Masonic fraternity, the Foresters and Knights of Pythias and in political sentiment has been a life-long Democrat. George Hill. He has risen to prominence by dint of his own efforts, and is a gentleman of indomitable will and intelligence and commands the confidence and esteem of the people. He is engaged in the hardware business in Ardoch and is successful as a business man.
Our subject was born in Wellington county, Ontario, June 23,and was reared on a farm in that county and received a common school education and continued his residence there untilin which year he went to Minnesota, and was there engaged in civil engineering for J.
Hill on railroad work for two summers and then removed to Ardoch, North Dakota. He soon afterward established in the hardware business in Ardoch, in which he has since continued, and formed a partnership with W.
Our subject was married in Ontario to Louisa J. Shaw, a native of Ontario. Two sons have been born to Mr.
Hill, upon whom they have bestowed the names of Arlington G. Hill was elected to the North Dakota legislature in the fall ofand served one term, and proved himself an efficient member of that body. He has been president of the village school Ren-Core - Various - Barcelona Explota for some years, and also village clerk, and is always interested heartily in the upbuilding of his village and Raggabreak - Various - Free Parade 07, and is an earnest worker for the advancement of the business and social interests of the people.
He is identified with the Republican part politically, and is a member of the Knights of Pythias. He was appointed postmaster of Ardoch, North Dakota, in July,still serving in that capacity. He came to the United States at the age of sixteen years and located near Decorah, Iowa.
In he entered St. Ansgar's Academy, at St. Ansgar, Iowa. In he came to North Dakota and took Hey, Look Over Me - Peggy Lee - Classics - Her Original Capitol Recordings homestead in Walsh county, engaging in farming.
He was elected as county commissioner in and served for six years. He was married and is now a widower, his wife dying in He has five sons and five daughters. He was elected representative in and reelected in HERBISON is an able representative of the farming community of Farmington township, Walsh county, and has been a resident of that locality for fifteen years, and is well and favorably known. He has an excellent farm, good buildings and a comfortable home, and has gathered about him a host of friends who willingly accord him a prominent place as a citizen and agriculturist.
His residence is in section 25, where he located in the early days. Our subject was born in Leeds county, Ontario, February 5,and was reared on a farm. He assisted with the work there and learned his first lessons in agriculture from practical work on his father s farm.
When nineteen years of age he left home and Nurse Ratched - Cherry Glazerr - Apocalipstick to the United States, inand first settled in Flint, Michigan, where he lived eight years, engaged in lumbering. He then went to Montana inand was engaged in stock raising and mining until the fall ofwhen he came to Walsh county, North Dakota. He purchased one hundred and sixty acres of land inand has been a resident thereon since that date.
He has thoroughly improved his place, and added to his acreage from time to time, and his farm now extends over four hundred acres, and the entire tract is improved and tillable, and general farming is carried on there.
Three children who died in infancy were born to Mr. Herbison is a man of earnest endeavors and active public spirit, and has served his community in various offices of trust and in the fall of was a candidate on the Republican ticket as a member for the state legislature.
His success is the result of a well-spent career, and his life is worthy the emulation of the rising generation. HEROM A son of the land of Norway, has been a resident of Walsh County for about twenty-one years, and during that time has established himself firmly in the esteem and respect of his fellow men.
His pleasant home is on section 28, Walsh Center Township. Herom was born in Voss, Norway, March 20, He grew to young manhood in his native land and in came to America County, near Northwood. He then spent one year in Saint Ansgar College. In the early summer of he came to Walsh County, Dakota, and took up a homestead claim of one hundred and sixty acres in Walsh Center Township, where he has since resided. He is now the owner of three hundred and twenty acres of valuable land, and has brought it to a high state of cultivation, and has improved his property by the erection of various farm buildings, and other conveniences in the prosecution of agriculture.
Herom is a native of Norway, but her own home and the happiness of her husband and children have so occupied her mind that she has come to regard North Dakota as her permanent abiding place. To Mr. Herom three children have been born, named in order of birth, as follows: Annie, Julia and Peter W.
They have a pleasant homestead, surrounded by all the conveniences and comforts of farm life, and they have been given the advantages of the best education the common schools afford. Herom has been active in local public affairs and has been selected to fill the offices of township treasurer, township assessor, If This Was A Movie - Madeline Juno - The Unknown has always been active in the interest of education in his community.
It is located in section 36 and consists of one hundred and sixty acres, on which buildings of substantial construction and good design have been erected. He also owns one hundred and sixty acres in Grafton township. Modern methods are used in carrying on the work of the farm and various arrangements have been made by which the soil can be more easily tilled and the products more perfectly garnered and disposed of. Hein is one of the early settlers of that locality, and although a citizen of foreign birth, he has become thoroughly identified with American progress and customs and is one of the influential citizens of his locality.
Our subject was born in Germany, February 16,and spent his childhood and boyhood there and remained untilwhen he came to America. He landed at Baltimore and soon after his arrival went to Olmstead county, Minnesota, and worked at farm labor in Minnesota until In the spring of that year he went to North Dakota and at once purchased land, on which he now resides in Farmington township, and has his home in section Hein is well versed in Legiunea Străină (Partea 4) - Alexandru Andrieș - Legiunea Străină - Original Soundtrack calling and his honest industry and careful management have brought about most satisfactory results and his home and surroundings are of the most pleasant nature.
One child died in infancy. Hein has spent his career in agricultural pursuits and takes little part in public affairs and is one of the highly esteemed and energetic men of Farmington township.
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