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ARK, Andrew, mechanic; P. O. ued at $35 per acre ; born in Seneca Fairfax.

Co., Ohio, Oct. 18, 1835 ; came to this Parkyn, W. B., far., S. 27; P. O. Fairfax.

county in September, 1858. He marPatrick, V., far., S. 24; P. O. Fairfax. ried Miss Mary E. Howe in 1858; she Price, W. P. farmer, S. 14; P. O. Fairfax. was born in Hurop Co., Ohio, in 1836; EID, A. I., farmer, S. 6; P. O. their children are Ralph, born in 1859; Fairfax.

Bertha, born in 1867, Kate, born in Reid, A. J., far., S. 5; P. O. Fairfax. ;

1876; John B., born in 1877. Mr. EARS, JOHN, farmer, S. 32; P. O. Terry entered the army in 1864 ; was Fairfax.

inactive about five months, but through Shank, Geo. F., far., S. 21 ; P. O. Fairfax. some mistake was not discharged till Shindler, R., far., S. 26; P. O. Fairfax. 1868; he served as First Lieutenant. In Siroway, F., far., S. 25; P. O. Fairfax. politics he is Democratic. Skala, Jno., far., S. 36; P. 0. Fairfax. Tehel, J., far., S. 34; P. O. Fairfax. SMITH, GEORGE W., farmer, Thomas, V., far., S. 20; P. O. Fairfax.

. S. 30; P. O. Fairfax; owns 80 acres

Tronis, J. N., far.. S.1; P. O. Fairfax. of land, valued at $30 per acre;

RE, JAMES, farmer, Sec. 6; born in Putnam Co., Ill., in 1852;

P. 0. Fairfax ; owns 432 acres

of. came to this county in 1866. Married land, valued at $10 per acre; he was Miss Matilda M. Fosdick in

374; she

born in Scotland in 1324; came to this was born in Delaware Co., III., in 1855 ; county in 1841. Married Miss Mary they have one child—Francis E., age Jane Kerr in 1857 ; she was bern in 7 months. He is a Greenbacker.

Mercer Co., Penn. ; tbey have six chil. Smith,, Jas., far., S. 28; P. O. Fairfax. dren-William K., born in 1860 ; Ethe, Smith, W. M., far., S. 8; P. O. Fairfax. born in 1863 ; Natter A., born in 1865 ; SNELL, FRANKLIN, farmer, Maggie A., born in 1867; James E.

Sec. 19; P. O. Fairfax; owns 160 acres born in 1870; Fannie, born in 1873. of land, valued at $50 per acre ; was

He has been Postmaster eight years, born in Waterville, N. Y., in 1822; Township Trustee, Assessor and School came to this county in 1866. He mar- Director. His membership is in the ried Miss Mary Ward in 1852; she was Presbyterian Church. In politics he is born in Waterville, N. Y., in 1829; Republican. their children are Julian F., born in | URE, WILLIAM, farmer, Sec. 6; 1854; Mary E., born in 1860; Hattie P. O. Fairfax; he has 400 acres of land, S., born in 1868; Willie E. and Charles valued at $40 per acre ; he was born in E., born in 1873. In politics a Demo- Scotland in 1827; emigrated to this crat.

county in August, 1841. He married Sousex, A., far., S. 25; P. O. Fairfax. Miss Mary Dougan in February, 1858; Spellerberg, F., far., S. 18; P. O. Fairfax. she was born in Ireland in 1827 ; they Spellerberg, L., far., S. 18; P. O. Fairfax. have five children-Emma Jane, born Spellerberg, Lorenz, far., Sec. 18; P. O. in 1859; Sarah M., born in 1861; Ida Fairlax.

M., born in 1863; Ella M., born in Spoor, F. F., far., S. 18; P. O. Fairfax. 1865, and Willie, born in 1868. He Spluhn, J., far., Scc. 35; P. O. Fairfax. has held the following offices: President Stack, P., far., Sec. 33; P. O. Fairfax. of the Board of School Directors, three Stanek, F., far., Sec. 36; P. O. Fairfax. years ; Justice of the Peace, eight years; Swoyer, E., far., Sec. 22 ; P. O. Fairfax. member of the County Board of SuperAMBLYN, HENRY, far., Sec. 27; visors, nine years ; Bridge Commissioner P. O. Fairfax.

of county, four years; Representative in Tamblyn, Jonathan, far., Sec. 27; P. O. the Sixteenth General Assembly, and Fairfax.

re-elected to the Seventeenth ; politics, Tamblyn, J., far., Sec. 26 ; P. O. Fairfax. Republican.

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far.S. 22; P. O. .

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TERRY, J. M., faimer, Sec. 31 ; P. Van Boskirk, W., far., S. 35; P. O. Fair-

0. Fairtax ; owns 680 acres of land, val- fax.

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she was born in Fayette Co., Penn., in Cedar Rapids.

1837; they have six children-George Andrews, E., far., S. 33; P. 0. Cedar E., born Aug. 31, 1860; Alice A., July Rapids.

9, 1862; Charlotte, Aug. 24, 1866; Avery, J. S., far., S. 22; P. O. Cedar Flora, Jan. 1, 1871; John C., March Rapids.

14, 1873, and Mary, Oct. 21, 1877. ACHMAN, FRANK ; Sec. 32 ; P. He was drafted into the Union army 0. Cedar Rapids.

Oct. 19, 1864; discharged in June, Bachman, M., far.,S.32;P.O.Cedar Rapids. 1865. In politics he is a Republican. Baker, J.T., farmer and carpenter, S. 23; Cumberlain, J. F., grocer; P. O. Todd().

ville. , ;

EAL, JOHN, laborer, Sec. 1; P. O. Birdsall, C. H., far., S. 11; P.O. Toddville.

. Black, John, far., Sec. 33, Marion.

Dicken, John, far., S. 5; P. O. Toddville. Bloom, J. D., far., S. 4; P. O. Toddville. Ditch, Harry, far., S. 18; P. O. Toddville. Bluebaugh, J., far., S. 20; P. O. Cedar Ditch, Lewis, far., S. 18; P. O. Toddville. Rapids.

Donaldson, A. J., far., S. 17; P. O. ToddBock, S., far., Sec. 11 ; P. O. Toddville. ville. Bonebreak, J. W., far., S. 8; P. O. Marion. Dunn, Wm., far., S. 8; P. O. Marion. Booze, Geo., far., S. 17; P. 0. Toddville. DEBURN, PETER, far., S. 6; P.

. Booze,J.M., far., S. 28; P.O. Cedar Rapids. Boyd, Martin, far., S. 18; P. O. Toddville. Ehda, C., far., S. 30; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Brown, C., far., Sec. 1 ; P. O. Toddville. Evans, Erastus, far., Sec. 5; P. O. ToddBrown, D. D., far., Sec. 6; P. O. Toddville. ville. Brown, John C., far., S. 5; Toddville. LLICKINGER, M. M., far., Sec. 9; Brown, J. P., far., S. 24; P. 0. Toddville.

P. 0. Marion. Bullock, H. W., far., s. 9; P. O. Marion. Freeman, Wm., far., S. 25; P. O. Cedar , s

.. Burgess, G., far., S. 26; P.O.Cedar Rapids. Rapids. ;

Toddville. Byse, S. K., far., S. 19;P.O. Cedar Rapids. Gillmore, J., far., S. 12; P. O. Toddville.

; OLEMAN, G. W., far., S. 30 ;P. O. GOOD, HENRY, farmer, Sec. 32 ; Cedar Rapids.

P. 0. Cedar Rapids ; has 261 acres of Coleman, M. W., far., S. 29 ; P. O. Cedar land, valued at $9,135 ; was born in Rapids.

Lehigh Co., Penn., Dec. 26, 1832; Combs, W. H., far., S. 29; Cedar Rapids. came to this county in 1858. Married Corporan, J. H., far., S. 10; P. O. Cedar Margaret Combs in 1864, who was born Rapids.

in Charleston, Iowa, in 1841 ; children Crann, H., far., S. 19; P. O. Toddville. Delburd E., James, Josephine, Hattie CRONK, JAMES T., farmer, Sec. and Maggie.

16; P. O. Marion; owns '170 acres of Gorton, F. E., far., S. 9; P. O. Marion. land, valued at $6,125; was born in Gott, ú. N., far., 5. 2; P. O. Toddville.

H. S. 2 Canada in 1833 ; came to Linn Co., in ABLETZEL, ANDREW, far., Sec.

, 1856. Married Amy Kramer in 1859;

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HAG ERMAN, AMARIAH, | Hollenback, Levi, far., S. 22; P. O Cedar

farmer, Sec. 1; P. O. Toddville; owns Rapids. 110 acres of land, valued at $35 per | Howard, C. S., far., S. 25 ; P. O. Cedar acre; born in Lycoming Co., Penn., in Rapids. 1817; came to this county in 1840. Howard, Paine, far., S. 26; P. O. Cedar He married Miss Angeline Gray in 1845; Rapids. she was born in Tioga Co., Peon., in Hubner, A., far.; S. 7; P. O. Toddville. 1822; their children are Sarah, born in Hunter, H. M.

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; George G., in 1859; H., in 1864. He has held the office of ACKSON, R., farmer, S. 12; P. 0. School Director. Is Republican in politics.

Jacobs, Henry. Hagerman, S. J., far., S. 1; P. O. Todd-Jaquitt, L. S., far., S. 4; P. O. Toddville. ville.

Jones, Henry, far., S. 18; P. 0. ToddHall, G. W., far., S. 35; P. O. Cedar ville. Rapids.

, I. Haney, J. H., far., S. 13; P. O. Toddville. Harris, Geo. W., far., S. 14; P. O. Cedar Kine, H., far., S. 26; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids.

Kortson, Frank, far.; S. 31; P. O. Cedar Harris, H., far., S. 14; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids. Harris, J., far., S. 36 ; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Kramer, M. N., far., S. 21 ; P. O. Marion. Harris, R., far., S. 24;P. O. Cedar Rapids. Krouse, M., far., S. 18; P. O. Toddville.

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Marion. HEIN, ZACHARIAH, farmer, Lisher, D., far., S. 7; P. O. Toddville.

Sec. 28; P. O. Cedar Rapids ; owns Lineburger, U., far., S. 12; P. O. Todd100 acres of land, valued at $20 per ville. acre; he was born in Germany Oct. 1, Little, C., far., S. 19; P. O. Cedar Rapids. 1837 ; he is a son of Michael Hein; Loury, K., far., S. 9; P. O. Marion. who came with his family to Monroe Lucore, L. N. Tp. in March, 1840; he is still living, and resides on Sec. 32, in this township.

36; P. O. Mr. Zachariah Hein enlisted in Co. À, McArthur, Jno., far., S. 36; P. O. Cedar

A 6th I. V. I.; was mustered into serv- Rapids. ice July 17, 1861; served three years; McBurney, Clark, farmer, Sec. 22. he was in all the engagements bis regi- | McCreary, W. D. C., far., S. 4; P. O. ment participated in. Mr. Hein is a Toddville. bachelor and resides, most of the time, McDonald, C. G., far., S. 2; P. O. Toddat Wm. Hunter's, Sec. 4, Rapids Tp.

ville. Hein, M., far., S. 32 ; P. O. Cedar Rapids. McLeod, J. W., far., S. 19; P. O. Cedar Heio, Z., far., S. 32; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids. Hepker, Allen, far., S. 26; P. O. Cedar Malum, Peter, far., S. 21; P. 0. Cedar Rapids.

Rapids. Hepker, Charles, far., S. 22 ; P. O Cedar | Marsh, W., far., S. 21 ; P. O. Toddville. Rapids.

Mentzer, J., far., S. 6; P. O. Toddville. Hepker, Geo., far., S. 27; P. O. Cedar MILLBURN, ISAAC, millwright Rapids.

and furmer, Sec. 23; P. O. Cedar RapHepker, Henry, far., S. 23; P. 0. Cedar ids; owns 445 acres of land, valued at Rapids.

$10 per acre; he was born in the parish Hill, T. G., far., S. 14 ; P. O. Cedar Rapids. of Hopewell, N. B., British America, Hoff, D., far., S. 2; P. 0. Toddville. Aug. 12, 1831 ; came to this county Hoff, Enoch, far., S. 12 ; P. 0. Toddville. in 1850. Married Miss Olive McLasHoff, F. S. far., S. 1; P. 0. Toddville. key in 1854; she was born in New Hoff, Jacob, far., S. 6, P. 0. Toddville. Brunswick; their children are Wm. W., Hoff, John, Sec. 1; P. O. Toddville.

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Adison J., born in 1861 ; Lydia, born | Rosa, P. W., far., Sec. 24; P. O. Cedar in 1863; Adelia, born in 1865, and Rapids. Benjamin, born in 1874. He has been YEUGER, DANIEL, far., Sec. 20; P. a member of the State Legislature, a 0. Cedar Rapids. Justice of the Peace, and School Di- Shultz, C., far., S. 35 ; P. O. Cedar Rapids. rector. He belongs to the Free Meth- Shutts, W., far., S. 32;P.O. Cedar Rapids.

odist Church. In politics a Republican. Snodgrass, Geo., far., S. 14; P.O.Toddville. Miller, J. B., far., S. 5; P. O. Toddville. Smith, H. P., far., S. 4; Toddville. Miller, J. C., farmer, S. 8; P. O. Marion. Smith, S., far., Sec. 31; P. O. Cedar

3 Miller, S., far., S. 29 ;P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids. Mills, H., far., S. 23; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Snyder, T. G., far., S. 18; P. O. Cedar Mills, Sydney, far., S. 15; P. O. Toddville. Rapids. Mills, Sylvester N., far., S. 23;' P..0. Straley, H., far., S. 17; P. 0. Cedar Cedar Rapids.

Rapids. Morris, J. L. far., S. 24; P. 0: Cedar Stamy, A., far., S. 29 ; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids.

Stamy, A. F., far., S. 29; P. O. Cedar Morris, N. S., far., S. 13; P. O. Todd- Rapids. ville.

Stamy, J., far., S. 21; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Morris, R. D., far., Sec. 30 ; P. O. Cedar Stamy, S., far., S. 28; P.O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids.

Stephenson, J., far., S. 16; P. O. Cedar Morris, R., far., S. 32; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Rapids. Morris, W. H., far., S. 12; P. O. Toddville. Stinson, H., far., Sec. 6; P. O. Toddville. Morrison, J. B., far., S. 25; P. O. Cedar Stinson, H., far., S. 29;. P. 0. Cedar Rapids.

Rapids. Myers, D., far., S. 7; P. O. Toddville. Stoudnour, J., far., S. 7; P. O. Toddville. NEWMAN; D. A., far., Sec. 6 ; P. O. EWMAN, D. A., far., Sec. 6 ; P.O. | Stull, J., far., S. 23; P. O. Toddville. Toddville.

VAYLOR, JOHN, far., Sec. 2; P. O. Newman, J. D., far., S. 5; P. 0. Toddville.

Toddville. Newman, J. J., far., S. 7; P. O. Toddville. Todd, A. J., far., S. 18; P. O. Toddville. Newman, J. O., far., S. 6; P. O. Toddville. Todd, J. M., far., S. 13; P. 0. Toddville. Newman, P., Sr., far., S. 6; P. O. Todd- Todd, 0. J., far., S. 12; P. (). Toddville. ville.

Tremble, A. J., far., S. 15: P. O. ToddNewman, P., Jr., far., S. 11; P. O. Todd- ville. ville.

Tremble, J. F., far., S. 14; P. O. ToddNewman, Q. D., far., S.5; P. O. Toddville. ville. Newman, T. B., far., S. 12;P. O. Toddville. Tremble, J., far., S. 15; P. O. Toddville. Nugent, J., far., S. 24; P.O. Cedar Rapids. Troth, Jos., far., S. 4; P. O. Toddville. DARKS, MORGAN, far., Sec. 36; P. Trowbridge, H., far., S. 15; P. O. Todd.

ville. Parsons, J. J.

ANALTS, J. B., far., S. 13; P. O. Peterson, A., far., S. 7; P. O. Toddville.

Toddville. Peterson, E., far., S. 4, P. O. Toddville. Vanalts, M., far., S. 14; P. 0. Toddville. Phillips, W. S., far., Sec. 11 ; P. v. Todd- Vanfossen, B., far., S. 12;P. O. Toddvillle. ville.

Vanfossen, B., far., S. 1; P. O. Toddville. Pruder, D. M., far., S. 11 ; P. O. Toddville. Vanote, B., far., S. 25; P.O. Cedar Rapids.

ATH, JOHN, far., Sec. 33; P. O. Vanote, J., far., S. 25; P. O. Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids.

Varner, I., far., Sec. 14; P. O. Toddville. Rausur, G., far., S. 8; P. O. Marion. Varner, J. W., far., S. 14; P. O. Toddville. Reed, I., far., S. 18; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Voss, F., farmer, Sec. 10; P. O. Toddville. Reed, J. S., far., S. 19; P.O. Cedar Rapids. AGONER, G. W., farmer, Sec. 7; Reed, J.D., far., S. 23; P. O. Cedar Rapids.

P. 0. Toddville. Reed, S., far., S. 19; P. O. Cedar Rapids. Wallace, W., far., S. 14; P. O. Toddville. Robins, J. D., far., Sec. 28; P. O. Cedar Waterbury, M. J., farmer, Sec. 11; P. O. Rapids.

Toddville. Robins, John M., far", S. 21 ; P. O. Cedar | WEEKS, CHARLES, came to Rapids.

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land Co., N. Y., April 19, 1839. Mar- divided into ten fields, seven of them for ried Laura Chamberlain in 1862; she his stock; he has annual September was born in Monroe Tp., Iowa, in 1843; sales for the disposal of his stock. their children are Adell, born Nov. 26, WHITENACK, J. W., farmer, 1864; Deette, born Dec. 11, 1866; Iva, Sec. 16; P. O. Marion; owns 100 acres born Jan. 29, 1869; Carl, born Dec. of land, worth about $3,500; was born 2, 1876. In politics, he is a Republican. in Butler Co., Ohio, in 1828 ; came to His residence is op Sec. 5, P. O. Todd- Linn Co. in 1852. In December, 1855, ville; he is proprietor of the Otter Creek he married Sarah Jane Weeks, who was swine farm, breeder of and dealer in choice born in Cincinnatus, Cortland Co., N. thoroughbred Poland-China pigs; his Y., Oct. 16, 1829; they have three piggery is a well constructed building 30 children-Bertha D., born Nov. 2, by 126 feet fully inclosed, and thus 1858; Nellie, born Oct. 25, 1864; kept perfectly dry, lighted by glass win- Charles Albert, born June 15, 1868. dows, all in the right place, well ven- He is a Republican. tilated, and all its apartments apparently Wilson, J. P., far., S. 8; P. O. Marion. the best possible; he has a farm of 230 Wilson, N. B., far., Sec. 36; P. 0. Cedar acres, valued at $35 per acre; it is Rapids.

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Cartona, A., 5; P. O. Prairieburg. Anderson, J., far., S. 13; P. 0. Anamosa. Caryl, L. H., far., S. 14; P. O. Adamosa. Arnold, J. W., far., S. 16; P. O. Waubeck. Cline, Isaac, far., S. 9; P. O. Waubeck.

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Bichel, I. J., far., S. 15; P. O. Anamosa.
Birk, E., far., S. 24; P. O. Adamosa.
Birk, J., far., S. 26; P. O. Anamosa.
Birk, J., far., S. 25; P. O. Anamosa.
Boots, M., far., S. 13; P. O. Anamosa.
Buchtella, Jos.
Burlingham, E. J., far., S. 15; P. 0.

Waubeck.
BRUNER, S. P., farmer, Sec. 10;

P. 0. Waubeck ; owns 56 acres, worth
$2,000; was born in Logan Co., Ohio,
in May, 1836 ; is the son of John L.
and Hannah Bruner; the former died
Nov. 15, 1858, aged 52 years ; the lat-
ter is still living, and resides with her
daughter in Maine Tp. Mr. B. came to
this county in May, 1851, settling on
Sec. 9, near where he now resides.
Married Catharine Walanta in 1861;
she was born in Bohemia May 16,
1841; they have one child—Mary C.,
aged 6 years. Is a Democrat and
member of the Reformed Church.
VALDWELL, MARY G., far. Sec. 5;

P. 0. Waubeck.

Cline, M., far., S. 16; P. 0. Waubeck.
COFFITS, JOHN, farmer and in-

ventor of Coffits' reversible farm gate,
Sec. 6; P. O. Central City; owns 180
acres, worth $5,500; born in Fairfield
Co , Ohio, June 27, 1843, and came to
this county with parents in 1844; they
are now dead; his father died Sept. 10,
1870, aged 61 years, and his mother
April 1, 1874, aged 64 years. Mr. C.
married Catharine Burke Dec. 30, 1866;
she was born in Ohio Jan. 16, 1844;
their children are Louisa C., Henry M.

and Mary L. Coffits, L., far., S. 6; P. O. Central City. CROW, EDWARD M., Jarmer,

8. 24; P. O. Anamosa, Jones Co.; owns 300 acres of land, worth $1,200 ; was born in Paoli, Orange Co., Ind., June 1, 1816; came with his parents to where Chicago now stands, in 1834 ; remained a few weeks, and went to Hickory Creek, and rented a farm within a few miles of where Joliet now stands ; stayed there one one year, and went to Fox River, at the

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