Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens

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Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens

Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens

Källa : Internet Archive

Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens

Portrait and biographical record of Iroquois County, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens

Källa : Internet Archive

Resultat : ANDERSON


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1871, to Miss Martha E. Anderson, who was born and reared in the same locality as her husband.


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that county. Thomas married Miss Susan Anderson, and with their six children they make their home in Davenport, Iowa. Matilda


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of .luly, that he and Daniel C. Anderson purchased a farm of two hundred acres in Milford Township, but our


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in childhood, Jesse and Mrs. Anna Anderson, who reside in Plainfield, Ind., Rebecca Hadle}', who resides in Westfield, Ind., Elihu


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liimself and the youngest child, Mrs. Anderson, are now living. He entered upon his business career at tlie age of


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Nels and Anna. In 1879, Peter Anderson came with his family to America, and, on locating in this country, at


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have with them two orphans: William Anderson, who was born in New York, and Mamie Parks, whose parents are likewise


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Miss Mary Pierson, daughter of William and Mary (Anderson) Pierson. of Indiana. Five children was born of this union:


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March 23, 1838. His grandfather, William G. Anderson, was born near Carlisle, Pa., in June, 1788, and married Anna Whittaker,


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Milton Anderson is the only survivor of a family of four children, three sons and


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Mr. Anderson of this sketch was born in Jefferson County, Ind., March 23, 1838. His


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In polities Mr. Anderson is a stalwart supporter of the Republican party, with which he has been


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of Ohio, reared in Indiana. Mr. Anderson was a cabinet-maker by trade, and followed that busine.ss in Attica. In 1854,


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"ifl OHN WILLIAM ANDERSON, who is interested in the Woodland Tile Works, was born on the 9th


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Unto Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were born the following children: Milton S., born in Indiana in 1842, is


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well deserve their liberal patronage. Mr. Anderson also owns and operates six hundred acres of fine farming land adjoining Woodland.


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18'2.T,and is a son of Edward and Sarah (Anderson) Payne. His parents were both slaves in an early day. His