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History of Idaho: The Gem of the Mountains - Page 382
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BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW OF Calhourn County, Michigan CONTAINING HISTORICAL ...

1904
...of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Court also held membership with the Ancient Order of United Workmen. His political allegiance was given to the Republican party and he was a member of the common council of Marshall for two terms, during which time the electric light plant...
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A Biographical and Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska, Volume 2

Nebraska - 1904
...business career he followed farming, engaging in that pursuit in Pennsylvania and Ohio and in this state. His political allegiance was given to the Republican party and he was a consistent member of the Presbyterian church. By his second marriage he had seven children, namely...
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PAST AND PRESENT OF MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN

ROBERT F. ELDREDGE - 1905
...township and was a strong advocate of temperance and a champion of all that is right, true and just. His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he was a member of the Patrons of Industry. On the 1st of June, 1838, Mr. Randall was united in marriage to...
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Past and present of Greene County, Illinois

Edward Miner - Greene County (Ill.) - 1905 - 645 pages
...Grand Army of the Republic and enjoyed in high measure the regard of his brethren of this organization. His political allegiance was given to the Republican party and he was one who at all times was true to his honest convictions and loyal in advocacy of what he believed to...
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PAST AND PRESENT OF WASHTENAW COUNTY MICHIGAN

SAMUEL W. BREAKES - 1906
...pursuits throughout his remaining days, his death occurring in 1885, when he was fifty-seven years of age. His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he was actively interested in township and county affairs, co-operating in many measures for the general good....
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A TWENTIETH CENTURY History and Biographical Record OF BRANCH COUNTY, MICHIGAN

REV. HENRY P. COLLIN, M. A. - 1906
...duties. After removing to Union township he became one of the directors of the Union City National Bank. His political allegiance was given to the Republican party and he was deeply interested in its success. He passed away May n, 1898, and his loss was deeply regretted by...
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Past and Present of DeKalb County, Illinois, Volume 2

Lewis M. Gross, H. W. Fay - De Kalb County (Ill.) - 1907
...in community affairs and for a third of F. century he rilled the office of commissioner of highways. His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he was deeply interested in its growth and success. Wherever known he was esteemed for his many good qualities,...
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Memoirs of Lenawee county

1909
...honored citizens of this part of the county, where his life counted for good in all its relations. His political allegiance was given to the Republican party, and he was well fortified in his opinions as to matters of a public nature. He and his wife attended the Free...
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History of Huron County, Ohio: Its Progress and Development, with ..., Volume 1

Abraham J. Baughman - Huron County (Ohio) - 1909
...he was well known because of his activity and influence in matters relating to the public welfare. His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he was ever an intelligent advocate of the measures which he espoused. For many years he served as the treasurer...
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History of Clay County, Iowa: From Its Earliest Settlement to 1909

Samuel Gillespie, James E. Steele - Clay County (Iowa) - 1909 - 682 pages
...being interred in a cemetery which was then known as Dresden but is now known as Deep River, Iowa. His political allegiance was given to the republican party and he was almost continuously an office holder, being called to fill various local positions. His wife was a...
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