January 17, 1863. Settled in O’Brien County May, 1890, at Primghar. Died there October 8, 1901, and was buried at his former home, Webster City, Iowa.

Holyoke, Horace Parker. Born January 26, 1840, at Brewer, Me.; father, Edward (born August 22, 1802), and mother,

Malinda Snow (born February 27, 1808); both born at
Brewer, Me. He was never married. Enlisted October 3,

1861, at Portland, in Company F, First Maine Cavalry; served as Sergeant; wounded in left arm and through the body and in ankle in battle of Middlebury, Va.; discharged December 12, 1863. Settled in O’Brien County, living on northeast %, section 34, Carroll Township, 1871. Later he lived at Sheldon, where he was a deacon and active member of the Congregational Church. He died October 24, 1890, and was buried at Sheldon.

Hook, Calvin. Resides at Sioux City, Iowa; born on the present site of Cleveland, Ohio, April 14, 1842; father, Stephen (born in England), mother, Lydia Fish (born in Vermont). Married wife, Jennie L., October 29, 1870; children: Hattie B., Flora I., Ella M., Clarence H., Anna M.; John and Elisha, died in infancy. Enlisted January 4, 1864, at Evansville, Wis., Company F, Sixteenth Wisconsin Infantry; was wounded at Atlanta and health impaired by sickness contracted in army; discharged May 27, 1865, at Louisville, Ky. Settled in O’Brien County March, 1873, residing at Sheldon. Member M. E. Church; charter member McKenzie Post, G. A. R., at Sheldon; later transferred to Cottrell Post, G. A. R., at Hull; later to G. A. R. Post at Sioux City; charter member I. O. O. F. at Sheldon.

Hopfe, Christopher. Born March 14, 1816, in Germany. Married Katharine Schlarbaum October 15, 1845; children: John, Jacob, Henry, C. L., Chris., William and Dorothy. Enlisted

at Keokuk, January 21, 1863, in Company C, Eighth Iowa
Infantry; served in battles of the Wilderness, Murfreesboro,
Chattanooga, Sheridan’s Raid in valleys of Shenandoah,
Gettysburg and Vicksburg; transferred to Veteran Reserve
Corps April 28, 1865, and discharged August, 1865, at St.
Louis, Mo. Settled in O’Brien County in 1888, northeast %,

southeast % section 6, Omega Township. Died in 1889, and _

buried at Hartley cemetery.

Hoxie, Charles W. Resides Grant Township, O’Brien County, Iowa; born at Algansee, Branch County, Mich., in 1846; father, Orton (born Cayuga County, New York, February 3, 1823), mother, Hannah VanPatton (born at Schenectady, N. Y., December 31, 1823). Married Cornelia A. Bishop March 10, 1871; children: Alice, Nina, Frank and Ray. Enlisted October 7, 1864, Jackson, Mich., in Company I, Thirteenth Michigan Infantry, Second Brigade, First Division, Fourteenth Corps; served in battles at Averysboro, N. C.; Bentonville and Siege of Savannah; discharged July 25. 1865, at Louisville, Ky., but paid off at Jackson, Mich., August 7, 1865. Settled in this county in 1871, northwest % section 10, Grant Township, where he now resides. Member Spencer Free Baptist Church; Annett Post No. 124, G. A. R., at Spencer. Wife member W. R. C. at Spencer.

Huber, Elnathan S. Born September 19, 1841; in Cedar County, Iowa; father, John S. (born Lancaster, Ohio, February 17, 1811), mother, Harriet A. (born October 24, 1820, Delaware, Ohio). Married Dora Elanor Newson August 27, 1873. Enlisted August 8, 1862, at Tipton, Iowa, in Company C, Twenty-fourth Iowa Infantry, Second Brigade, Nineteenth Corps; wounded by gunshot through left side at Champion Hill; taken prisoner and paroled; at Siege of Vicksburg, Winchester, Fisher’s Hill, Cedar Creek, and others; discharged August 5, 1865, at Davenport, Iowa. Settled in

O’Brien County, 1871 or 1872, southeast % section 24, Carroll Township. Died August 6, 1879, and buried at Tipton, Iowa. Member G. A. R. at Tipton.

Hudson, Edward L. Enlisted August 11, 1862, at Taftton, Wis., in Company D, Thirty-third Wisconsin Infantry; discharged August 9, 1865. Formerly resided at Sutherland, Iowa.

Hulbert, Samuel B., who was sheriff of O’Brien County during 1869 and 1870, and later removed to Jacksonville, Fla., is said to have been a Union soldier in the Civil War, but we have no record of his service.

Hunt, Andrew. Born July 26, 1817, in New Jersey. Married Adeline Updike November 16, 1840; children: Ambro, Ebenezer, Tilly, Elijah, Vorhees and Lizzie. Enlisted September 12, 1864, in Company G, Thirty-eighth New Jersey Infantry, and discharged June 30, 1865. Settled in county March, 1888, at Sheldon. Died May 14, 1890, and buried at Lancaster, Wis.

Hunter, Abner M. Resides at Canton, 5. D.; born October 23, 1842, at Harrison County, Indiana; father, A. L. (born September 10, 1807), mother, Priscilla (born January 27, 1808, in Kentucky). Married wife, Merabah E., October 3, 1868; three children: Alanson Earl, deceased; Mark M., and a son who died in infancy. Enlisted February 23, 1865, at Peoria, Ill., in Company B, Seventh Illinois Infantry ; discharged July 9, 1865, at Louisville, Ky. Settled in Highland Township, O’Brien County, about 1877.

Hurley, Albert. Resides at Hamburg, Iowa; born August 18, 1846, Elkhart County, Indiana; father, James W., and mother, Marinda (both born in Ohio). Married wife, Mary E., 1886; children: Albert L. and Bessie L. Enlisted August 11, 1864, Greencastle, Mo., in Company E, Forty-second Mis


souri Infantry; discharged June 28, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn.
Settled in O’Brien County, 1899, at Sheldon. Member
Mistletoe Lodge, A. F. & A. M., and McKenzie Post No. 72,
G. A. R., at Sheldon. _

Hurley, Edmund J. Born 1837 in New York. Enlisted December 28, 1863, giving his residence as Fort Howard, Wis., in

Company E, Twelfth Wisconsin Infantry; discharged June 13, 1865. Member Hartley Post G. A. R. in 1888.

Hutchinson, Benjamin. Born in 1836. Enlisted July 17, 1862, in '

Company D, One Hundredth Ohio Infantry-; discharged
June 10, 1865, at Columbus, Ohio. Settled in this county on
southwest % section 24, Carroll Township, about 1871.
Present residence unknown.

Ingraham, David. Settled in O’Brien County about 1870, residing on southeast % section 12, Center Township, is reported as having been a soldier in the Civil War, but his record has not been secured. He died January 1, 1883.

Imnan, Daniel W. Resides at Salem, Ore.; born February 14, 1835, Wayne County, New York; father, Willard (born in Connecticut, 1801), mother, Lydia M. Peck (born in New York). Married Franchette E. Johnson June 19, 1860; children: Iva, Katie, Stella, Claude, Claire. Enlisted October 10, 1864, at Butler Center in Company I, Ninth Iowa Infantry, Third Brigade, First Division, Fifteenth Corps. Served in all engagements with Sherman to the Sea; wounded in right side at Bentonville, N. C., March 21, 1865; discharged at Louisville, Ky., July 18, l865._ Settled in O’Brien County September, 1866, in Grant Township. Later

resided at Sanborn. County Supervisor in 1867; County .

Surveyor, 1868. Member Masonic Lodge at Primghar and
Sanborn and now at Stayton, Ore.; member Salem Post,
G. A. R., at Salem, Ore.


Inman, Chester W: Born February 10, 1837; brother to Daniel W. last above. Married Kate Baker. Enlisted August 20, 1861, at Clarksville, in Company I, Ninth Iowa Infantry, Third Brigade, First Division, Fifteenth Corps; participated in battles of Vicksburg, Lookout Mountain, and others; wounded severely in thigh May 22, 1863 at Vicksburg; promoted First Lieutenant June 14,1862; resigned February 15, 1865, at Louisville, Ky. Settled in O’Brien County September, 1866, section 26, Grant Township. Was superintendent of Schools, 1869; County Recorder, 1868 and 1869; County Treasurer, 1868 and 1869; County Supervisor, 1871 and 1872.

Inman, John C. Formerly residing at Sanborn, Iowa. Enlisted August 9, 1862, at Seneca, in Company A, Thirty-first Wisconsin Infantry; served as corporal and sergeant; discharged June 20, 1865. Present residence unknown.

Jackson, W. C. Resides at Sanborn, Iowa; born May 4, 1845, at Principio Furnace, Cecil County, Md.; father (born December 11, 1811, at same place); mother (born May 10, 1818, at Wellsville, Va.). Married to Florence A. McCall July 27, 1875; children: Martha M. and Victor McCall Jackson. Enlisted August 11, 1862, at McConnelsville, Ohio,' in Company C. Ninety-seventh Ohio Infantry, Second Brigade, Second Division, Fourth Corps; appointed corporal December

17, 1864; served in battles Perryville, Stone River, Manchester, Chickamauga, Kenesaw Mountain, Rocky Face

Bridge, Resaca, Peach Tree Creek, Siege Atlanta, Jonesboro, Knoxville, Missionary Ridge-, Franklin and Nashville;

discharged June 10, 1865, at Columbus, Ohio. Settled in O’Brien County May 13, 1892, at Sanborn. Member Kenyon Post- G. A. R., at Sanborn, having transferred from Phil Sheridan Post, Malta, Ohio; also member I. O. O. F. and K. P.; member Board of Supervisors, elected for 1909, 1910 and 1911.

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