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Past and Present of DeKalb County, Illinois - Page 590
by Lewis M. Gross, H. W. Fay - 1907
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History of Knox County, Illinois

Illinois - 1878 - 718 pages
...1870; Trustee. PO, Henderson. Smith, Arthur J., farmer, son of Jacob C. and Louisa M. (Gould) Smith, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter of New York ; was born in Wisconsin Aug. 11, 1858; his early life was passed on the farm ; was educated in the...
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HISTORY OF JACKSON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

1881
...golden wedding. John Scott MoConnel was born in this tp. in 1836, a son of John S. and Selicia McC., the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of New York. Mr. McConnel, Sr., located in this tp. in 1830, on the farm now occupied by the subject of this sketch,...
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PORTRAITS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF THE GOVERNORS OF MICHIGAN, AND OF THE ...

1889
...native of this place, and was born March 13, 1868. His parents were Alfred and Imogene (Allison) Akey, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter of New York State. The}^ came to this section about 1867, settling in Centreville, of which the elder Akey is now...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of St. Joseph County, Michigan ... Together ...

Saint Joseph County (Mich.) - 1889 - 588 pages
...native of this place, and was born March 13, 1868. His parents were Alfred and Imogene (Allison) Akey, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter of New York State. They came to this section about 1867, settling in Centreville, of which the elder Akey is now...
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The Biographical Record of De Kalb County, Illinois

De Kalb County (Ill.) - 1898 - 562 pages
...which faith they were reared. They are well respected people and have many friends. FRANK D. LOW MAN, editor and proprietor of the Sandwich Free Press,...and Melissa (Davis) Lowman. the former a native of Permsvlvania and the latter of New York. John Lowman was a tinner by trade, having served his apprenticeship...
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A History of the State of Nevada: Its Resources and People

Thomas Wren - Nevada - 1904 - 760 pages
...period. His parents were Clark and Mary (Burdick) Burdick, of the same family name but not related, and the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of New York. They came to Wisconsin, and spent the remainder of their lives on a farm there. She was a Baptist in...
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Progressive Men of Western Colorado ...

Colorado - 1905 - 876 pages
...Broome county, New York, on February 25. 1854, and is the son of Henry and Catherine (Sheare) Sanders, the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of New York. The father moved to New York when a young man and there was married. The greater part of his life was...
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Biographical Review of Lee County, Iowa

Lee County (Iowa) - 1905 - 502 pages
...county, Ohio, born on the loth of February, 1842, his parents being Charles and Margaret (Bailes) Hagan, the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of New York. In his native county he spent his youth and acquired his education, obtaining fair knowledge of the...
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PAST AND PRESENT OF CLINTON COUNTY MICHIGAN

JUDGE S. B. DABOLL - 1906
...county, Pennsylvania, born December 19, 1858, his parents being Hugh J. and Juliette (Groger) Swaney, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and the latter of New York. They largely spent their lives in Crawford county and both have now passed away. The father was a valiant...
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History of Pottawattamie County, Iowa: From the Earliest Historic ..., Volume 2

Homer Howard Field, Joseph Rea Reed - Pottawattamie County (Iowa) - 1907 - 1200 pages
...and a representative of one of its oldest families. Her parents were William and Polly (Hatch) Dykes, the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of New York. The Hatch family settled in Pottawattamie county in 184G when the Mormons were here, and William Dykes...
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