MILO TOWNSHIP

 

ADAMS A. Sec. 32; farmer, renter; Liberal; born Ill.

ADAMS B. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; carpenter; Dem; Lib.

ALBRECHT JOHN C. Farmer, Sec. 7; P.O. Lombardville; born in Indiantown, Bureau Co. Nov. 1, 1850; he has lived in this county about twenty-six years; his father is one of the oldest settlers; he rents his father's farm; has held office of Pathmaster; he married Miss Eliza Reiser, April 29, 1875; she was born in Tazewell Co. this state; they have one child, little girl, Emma Matilda Albrecht, born Sept. 16, 1876; Mennonite; value personal property $1,000.

ALPAUGH A. Sec. 20; P.O. Bradford; laborer; Rep; Meth; born N. J.

ALPAUGH S. Sec. 33; laborer; Rep; Lib; born N. J.

AMES E. Sec. 30; P.O. Bradford; laborer; Dem; Lib; born Ill.

ANDREWS O. F. P.O. Milo; house mover; Dem; Lib; born Michigan.

AUSTIN W. S. Sec. 32; P.O. Milo; farmer; Ind; Lib; born Ohio; owns 120 acres, val. $6,000.

BARTO WM. F. Sec. 12; P.O. Tiskilwa; farmer, renter; Rep; Meth. pref; born N.Y.

BELL R. Sec. 20; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Meth; born England; 80 acres $4,000.

BENNETT A. M. lives with father, Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; Rep; Meth; born Ind. .

BENNETT GEO. W. Farmer, Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; born in Manchester, Dearborn Co. Ind. Aug. 1, 1819; he lived in Indiana about thirty-two years, then removed to this state and this county in the year 1851, and has lived here twenty-five years; he holds office of Justice of the Peace in this town; Rep; Meth; owns 90 acres of land, value $6,000; he married Miss Drusilla Jane Botham, Jan. 6, 1850; she was born in Maryland; they have eight children, six daughters and two sons; have lost three daughters.

BENTLEY E. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ky; 85 acres, value $5,000.

BENTLEY FESTUS, Farmer, Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; born Knightstown, Henry Co. Ind. Feb. 5, 1841; lived there about twelve years; came to this state and county in 1853, and has lived here twenty-three years; has held office of Road-master; was in the army, Co. D, 47th Ill. Infantry; was in the battles of Corinth, Vicksburg, Iuka, and a number of others, and honorably discharged; Rep; Meth; owns 160 acres land, value $10,200; married Miss Maria J. Reid, Dec. 25, 1870; she was born in Scott Co. Ind; have two children, one boy and one girl.

BERITT EDWIN E. Sec. 23; laborer; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

BLAISDELL HORACE, Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Me; 110 acres, $6,000.

BLUMB ANDREW, Sec. 7; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter;. Dem; Cath; born Ill.

BOARDMAN JOS. Sec. 20; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Meth; born England,; 120 acres.

BONERSACK GEORGE, Sec. 25; P.O. Henry; farmer, renter; Dem; Pres; born Ohio.

BOTHAM JOHN S. Sec. 20; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Penn; val. prop. $5,000.

BOWMAN JACOB, Farmer, Sec. 9; P.O. Lombardville; born in Clermont Co. Ohio July 22, 1806; lived in Ohio about twelve years, went to Indiana and lived there about thirty-seven years, and came to this state and this county April 4, 1856, and has lived here over twenty years; has held office of Town Assessor, also School Trustee and School Director; Ind; Lib; he owns 160 acres land, value $12,000; he married Miss Mary Gudgel, May 26, 1832; she was born in Fayette Co. Penn. Jan. 20, 1810; her mother, Mrs. Sarah Gudgel, lives with diem, she was born in Chester Co. Penn. March 31, 1786, and is 91 years old; they have had nine children.

BOWMAN JASPER, lives with father, Sec. 9; P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Ind; born Indiana.

BREWER BENJAMIN, Sec. 8; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Ind; Univ; born N.Y.; 80 acres.

BRIDEGROOM H. lives with father, Sec. 5; P.O. Lombardville; Rep; Luth; born Germany.

BRIDEGROOM JACOB, Farmer, Sec. 5; P.O. Lombardville; born in Dukedom Saxony Altenburg, Dec. 1, 1819; he lived in Germany thirty-four years, and came to this country in 1854; lived in Steubenville, Ohio, four months; came to this state in the Spring 1855, lived in Peoria Co. fourteen years, and came to this county March 4, 1869; Rep; Luth; owns 155 acres land, value $11,625; he married Miss Johanna Schram, step-daughter of Godfreit Thurm, April 17, 1844; she was born in Saxony Altenburg, Germany, Feb. 22, 1822; they have eight children, two sons and six daughters; lost three daughters.

BROOKS FRANCIS, Farmer, Sec. 20; P.O. Bradford; born in Licking Co. Ohio, Aug. 26, 1831; lived in Ohio about seven years; came to this state in Knox County in 1838, lived there about twenty-three years, came to this county in 1861, and has lived here fifteen years; Rep; F. W. Bapt; owns 62 1/2 acres land, value $4,500; he married Miss Lydia Irene Blaisdell, July 7, 1859; she was born in Oxford Co. Me. Feb. 19, 1833, and came to this state in 1837; they have two children, one daughter, Eva Florence, and one son, Fred. Elmer; her mother, Mrs. Louise Blaisdell, 66 years old, resides with them; she was born in Kennebec Co. Me.

BROWN CALVIN, Sec. 13; P.O. Milo; farmer, renter; Dem; Lib; born N.J.

BROWN JOHN W. Farmer, Sec. 14; P.O. Milo; born in Lancashire, England, May 7, 1801; lived in England about thirty years, and came to this country in 1831; lived in Penn, near Philadelphia and in N.Y. State about ten years; came to this state and county in 1841 and has lived here thirty-five years; one of the earliest settlers, only few log houses here then; he sold his first crop of wheat at 31 cents per bushel in trade; has carted wheat to Chicago; Rep; Epis; owns 170 acres land, value $10,200; married Miss Ann Pilkington, at
Frankfort, Penn. Dec. 17, 1836; she was born in Acrington, Lancashire, England, June 20, 1807; she came to this country in 1834, and has been here forty-three years; she has been a member of the Baptist Church forty-five years; they have five children, two sons and three daughters.

BROWN THOMAS, Sec. .14; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

BRUCE FRANK, Sec. 23; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Meth; born Ill.

BRUCHER FRANK, Sec. 8; laborer; Dem; Cath; born Ill.

BURKEY JOS. Sec. 4; P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Rep; Mennonite; from Germany; 160 ac.

BURTON F. M. Sec. 4, P.O. Lombardville; farmer, renter; Rep; Meth; born Ind.

BURTON J. B. Sec. 3, P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Meth; born Ind.

BURNSIDE S. Sec. 24, P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Lib; born Ind.

BRITTON SAMUEL, Sec. 33, P.O. Bradford; farmer; Lib; Christian; born Ill.

CAPPERUNE I. Sec. 27, P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth. pref; born Ill.

CAPPERUNE THOMAS J. Sec. 27, P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

CAPPERRUNE THOS. R. Farmer, Sec. 27, P.O. Milo; born in Kent Co. Delaware, Aug. 11, 1816; lived in Maryland about thirteen years; lived in Ohio about seven years; came to this state and lived in Knox Co. about nine years; came to this county in 1849, and has lived here twenty-seven [years; one of early settlers; has held office of Town Collector; has held office of Road Commissioner and School Director a number of years; Rep; Meth; owns 182 acres land, value $9,100; he married Miss Caroline Corbin, Aug. 4, 1842; she was born in Chester Co. Penn. July 2, 1810; they have six children, three sons and three daughters.

CAYWOOD JOSEPH, Farmer, Sec. 26, P.O. Milo; born in Burkitsville, Frederick Co. Maryland, Feb. 25, 1828, and lived there about five years; lived in Sandusky and, Montgomery, Ohio, about fourteen years; he came to this state in 1847, and came to this county in 1854, and has lived here twenty-two years; has held office of School Director in this District; Rep; Freewill Bapt; owns 160 acres land, value $9,600; he married Miss Mary Ellen Chenowith, March 4, 1852; she was born in the State of Ind. Feb. 1, 1833; they have eight children, three sons, then three daughters, then two sons.

CAYWOOD THOS. E. Sec. 18; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

CHAMBERS JOHN, Sec. 27; farmer; Rep; Bapt. pref; born Ill.

CHENORTH SAMUEL, Sec. 19; farmer, renter; Rep: Lib; born Ill.

CHESNEY WILLIAM, Farmer, Sec. 12, P.O. Tiskilwa; born in Wheatland Township, Bureau Co. July 17, 1858; lived in that town two years; lived in Town of Macon eight years, and has lived in Town of Milo eight years; Rep; Meth. pref; 250 acres belonging to estate, value $15,000; he manages and works farm of the estate of 160 acres; he has one brother and one sister in Town of Wheatland, and one brother lives with him.

CHRISMAN ELISHA D. Farmer, Sec. 26, P.O. Milo; born in Berkeley Co. W. Va. July 28, 1824; lived in that state and in Ohio about twelve years, and came to this state in 1837; lived in Knox Co. fifteen years; came to this county in April, 1852, and has lived here twenty-four years; he has held office of Commissioner of Highways, and office of School Trustee and School Director; Rep; Meth; owns 150 acres land, value $9,000; be married Miss Elizabeth Caywood, April 4, 1852; she was born in Frederick Co. Maryland, Dec. 6, 1829, she lived in Ohio, and came to this state in 1843; they have four children, one son and three daughters.

CHRISMAN F. W. Sec. 26, lives with his father; Rep; Meth; born Ill.

CHRISMAN J. A. Sec. 34, P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ohio; val. prop. $6,000.

CHRISTIANSON PETER, Sec. 20; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Luth; born Sweden.

CLARK G. M. Sec. 36; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

CLARK J. N. Sec. 36; farmer; Rep; Lib; born N. H.; 160 acres, val. prop. $8,000.

CLARK THOMAS, Sec. 14; farmer; Rep; Campbellite; born Canada; 87 acres, val. $4,000.

CLARK THEODORE, Sec. 36, P.O. Henry; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

COLLINS FRANK, Sec. 34, P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Christian; born Penn.

COLWELL SAMUEL, Sec. 29, P.O. Bradford; carpenter; Rep; Lib; born Penn.

CORBIN BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ANDERSON, Farmer, Sec. 30, P.O. Bradford; born: in Knox Co. Illinois, Oct. 27, 1839; Rep; Lib; owns 220 acres of land, value $15,400; he lived in Knox Co. about twelve years, then came to Bureau Co. in 1850, and has lived here twenty-six years; he holds office of Road Commissioner; has held office of Overseer of Roads; he married Miss Sarah E. Reed, Nov. 6, 1867; she was born in Scott Co. Ind. April 16, 1844; they have one child, little girl, Edith Emily, born Oct. 6, 1869; they have lost two boys and one girl.

CUDWORTH SAMUEL P. Sec. 21, P.O. Milo; wheelwright; Rep; Christian; born Mass.

CULTON E. J. Sec. 35, P.O. Bradford; lives with father; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

CULTON JOHN J. Farmer, Sec. 35, P.O. Bradford, Stark Co; born in Tennessee, April 20, 1806, lived in that state and in Kentucky sixteen years; came to this state in 1831; lived in Fulton Co. about twenty years, and in Mason Co. eight years; came to this county in 1859, and has lived here seventeen years, and has lived in this state forty-five years; one of the oldest settlers; has held office of Constable four years, and holds office of Roadmaster; Rep; Lib; owns 82 acres land, value $6,000; married Miss Abagail Mitchell, Feb. 19, 1829; she was born in Ky. May 4, 1809; they have nine children, four sons and five daughters; have lost two children.

CULTON W. Sec. 27, P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Rep; Pres. pref; born Ill.

DANSON E. H. Sec. 15, farmer, renter; Rep; Meth; born Penn.

DAVIS R. Sen. Sec. 35; school teacher; Rep; Seventh-day Bapt; born New Jersey.

DEYO P. Sec 35, P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born New York; owns 320 acres,$15,000.

DEYO R. H. Sec. 35, P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born New York.

DOTY ROBERT, Farmer, Sec. 11, P.O. Tiskilwa; born in Tompkins Co. New York, March 28, 1834, lived in N. Y. State about twenty-two years; lived in Minnesota about one year; came to this state and Bureau Co. in 1857, and has lived here about nineteen years; has held office of School Director; Rep; Lib; owns 240 acres land, value $10,000; he married Miss Louise Snow, Feb. 7, 1856; she was born in Tompkins Co. N. Y. June 6, 1834; they have three children, sons, Frank S. 18 years old, Chas. W. 16 years old, Halsey R. 14 years old.

DRISCOLL PAT. Sec. 3; farm renter; Dem; Cath; born Ireland.

DRIVER E. Sec. 22, P.O. Milo; farmer, renter; Lib.

ECKERT AARON, Sec. S; P.O. Lombardville; farmer, renter; Ind; Lib; born Pa.

ELLIOTT A. Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; laborer; Dem; Christian; born Ind.

FAIRBANKS JAS. Sec. 11; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Meth; born Ind.

FAIRBANKS SEWELL, Sec. 11; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Meth. born Ind.

FAIRBANKS ABRAHAM, Farmer, Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; born in Dearborn Co. Ind. Sept. 23, 1841; lived there eleven years; came to this state and county in 1852, and has lived here twenty-four years; Rep; Bapt; value of personal property, $1,000; he rents farm of E. Bentley; was in the army in the 47th I.V.I., Company A; was in several severe battles, and was honorably discharged; he married Miss Sarah Custear, Feb. 25, 1873; she was born in
Ohio.

FAIRBANKS ALEXANDER, Farmer, Sec. 11; P.O. Milo; born in Mass. Sept. 8, 1808; lived in New York State about ten years; moved to Indiana, and lived there about thirty years; came to this county and state in 1855, and has lived here twenty-one years; has held the office of School Director; Rep; Meth; owns 160 acres of land, value $8,000; he married Miss Catharine Pardun. Feb. 2, 1831; she was born in New York State, Feb. 2, 1812; they have had eleven children—nine sons and two daughters; have lost four children; they had five sons in the army.

FAIRBANK STOKELEY, Sec. 11; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ind.

FATE G. W. Sec. 28; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ohio; 55 acres, val. 3,000.

FATE JOHNSTON M. Farmer, Sec. 28; P.O. Bradford; born in Perry Co. Ohio, Dec. 21, 1833; lived in Ohio about twenty-one years, then came to this state, in Bureau Co. in Feb. 1855, and has lived here about twenty-two years; he represents this town in Board of Supervisors of Bureau Co. and has held the office of School Director for many years; Rep; Meth; owns 322 acres of land, value $20,125; he married Miss Mary Jane Reed, Dec. 17, 1857, she was born in Perry Co. Ohio; they have three children, all sons.

FINNEGAN JOHN, Sec. 17; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Dem; Cath; 160 acres, val. $8,000.

FORD W. Sec. 1; farmer, renter; Dem; Christian; born Ky.

FULKERSON WASHINGTON, Farmer, Sec. 31; P.O. Bradford; born in town of Benton, Yates Co. N.Y., June 29, 1822, and lived in that state about twenty years; came to this state, Fulton Co. Dec. 2, 1844. and came to this county in 1856, and has lived here twenty years; has held office of School Director and Constable; Rep; Bapt; owns 124 acres of land, value $7,440; he married Miss Hannah C. Britton, March 4, 1855; she was from New York State; they have four children — two sons and two daughters.

GALLAHER SAMUEL, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; merchant; Ind; Lib; born Ind.

GRISWOLD A. R. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; N.Y; 240 ac. val. $12,000.

GRISWOLD CHAS. Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; born Ill.

GRISWOLD CHESTER C. Sec. 25; farmer; Rep; Christian; born Ill.

GRISWOLD GEO. W. Sec. 23; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; 160 ac. val. $8,000; born N.Y.

GRISWOLD JOHN, Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Lib; born III.

GRISWOLD JOHN, Farmer, Sec. 25; P.O. Milo; born in Champion, Jefferson Co. N.Y. Dec. 31, 1831, and lived in that state thirty-five years; came to this state in Bureau Co. Jan. 1867, and has lived here since; has held office of Road Commissioner, School Director, arid Path-master; Rep; Meth; owns 160 acres. of land, value $8,000; married Miss Olive Relyea, March 5, 1854; she was born in Pamelia, Jefferson Co. N.Y. July 20, 1831; they have five children — four daughters and one son; lost two children.

GRISWOLD JOHN A. Farmer, Sec. 21; P.O., Milo; born in Herkimer Co. N.Y. Sept. 15,1808, and lived in that state about twenty-nine years; lived in Toledo, Ohio, one year; came to this Co. in 1837, and has lived here thirty-nine years; one of the earliest settlers; only one house here when he came; he is the oldest resident settler in this town; has held office of Road-master, also office of School Director; Rep; Meth. owns 220 acres of land, value $13,200; he married Miss Maria Steinbrook, March 27, 1839; she was from Penn; they have seven children, three sons and four daughters; lost one son and two daughters.

GRISWOLD MARY J. Mrs. widow, Sec. 25; Bapt; bom N.Y.; owns 170 ac. val. $8,500.

GRISWOLD THERON A. Sec. 23; P.O. Milo; lives with his father; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

GRISWOLD WATSON, Sec. 28; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

GORMAN JOHN, Sec. 18; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Dem; Cath; born N.Y.

GRANGE H. Sec. 12; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Pa; owns 160 ac. val. $9,000.

GRANGE R. Sec. 11; P.O. Lombardville; farmer, rents; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

GREEN JASPER, Sec, 9; P.O. Lombardville; farmer, renter; Dem; Meth; born Ill.

GRESSER W. H. Sec. 18; P.O. Milo; laborer; Ind; Cong; born Mo.

GUDGEL JAS. H. Sec. 16; P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Christian; 140 ac. val. $7,000; born Pa.

GUDGEL JOS. T. Sec. 16; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Dem; Lib; born Ill.

GUDGEL O. Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

HARRIS SARAH J. widow, Sec. 25; Meth; born Md; owns 60 acres, val. $3,000.

HARRIS JAS. Sec. 25; farmer; Meth; born Ill.

HARRIS JOSEPH W. Farmer, Sec. 24; P.O. Tiskilwa; born in Valley Falls, R. Island, Jan. 16, 1819; lived in that state eighteen years; came to this state and county in 1840 and has lived here thirty-seven years; one of earliest sellers; only one resident, John Griswold, in this town that was here when he came; has represented this town in Board Supervisors of Bureau Co. five or six terms; Green backer; Quaker; owns 312 acres land, value $15,600; was in army four years; enlisted in 57th Reg. Ill. Infantry; was 1st Lieut. Co. F.; was in battles Ft. Donelson, Shiloh and Corinth; was wounded at Shiloh; had charge of three contraband camps at Pulaski, Tunnel Hill and Hobbs Plantation, North Alabama, in Gen. Dodge's Division for three years and for six months after close war — only one in that department; married Miss Fannie Hall Jan. 16, 1846; she was born in Derbyshire, England; they have one child, son, Wm. H. Harris; he was born June 28, 1856.

HARRIS WILLIAM, Sec. 25; P.O. Milo; laborer;. Rep; Lib; born Ill.

HAMMOND JAMES T. Farmer, Sec. 32; P.O. Bradford; born in Perry Co. Ohio, Jan. 2, 1832; lived in Ohio twenty-three years; went to Wisconsin in 1856, and lived there seven years; came to this state in 1863, and to this county same year; lived in Marshall Co. four years; has held office of Road Commissioner, and also School Director; Rep; Meth; owns 180 acres of land, value $10,800; married Miss Margaret M. Reed, Nov. 6, 1856; she was born in Perry Co. Ohio, Dec. 24, 1835; they have two children, William C. and Charles E.

HARSH WM. Farmer, Sec. 3; P.O. Tiskilwa; born Washington Co. Pa. Feb. 4, 1834; lived in that state about three-years; lived in Ohio about ten years; came to this state and county in 1848, and has lived here twenty-eight years on the farm where he now lives; he has held office of School Director number of years; Rep; Lib; owns 320 acres land, value $19,200; he married Miss Mary J. Bacon June 5, 1861; she was born in Hancock Co. Ohio Sept. 9, 1840; they have three children, two daughters and one son, aged fourteen years, twelve years, and eighteen months.

HASKINS GEO. Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N.Y.

HASKINS N. Sec 15; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Meth.

HASKINS O. Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; carpenter; Rep; Chris; born N.Y.

HASKINS W. Sec. 32; P.O. Bradford; farmer; renter; Rep; Meth; born N.Y.

HATCH HEMAN, Sec. 1; P.O. Milo; farmer; renter; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

HAY ROBERT, Farmer, Sec. 29; P.O. Bradford; born in Jefferson Co. Ind. Sept. 30, 1821; Rep; Christian; he owns 400 acres land, value $30,000; he lived in State Ind. twenty-nine years; came to this state and Bureau County in 1850 and has lived here twenty-six years; one of the early settlers; he has held office of Road Commissioner and School Director; he married Miss Margaret Crawford March 12, 1845; she was born in Jefferson Co. Ind. Oct. 15, 1826; they have twelve children, seven sons and five daughters; have lost two daughters.

HAY THOS. Sec. 29; P.O. Bradford; farmer, lives with father; Rep: Chris; born Ill.

HAYWOOD E. Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; laborer; Dem; Lib; born N.Y.

HENNEBERY WALTER, Sec. 17; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Ind;. Cath; born Ireland; 160 ac.

HINES R. Sec. 28; P. O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Chris; born Scotland.

HINKINS ELIZABETH Mrs. widow, Sec. 14; born Pa.; 80 acres, $4,000.

HINMAN H. B. Sec. 2; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.; 220 acres, $10,000.

HINMAN H. B. Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib.

HOLCOMB HOMER B. Sec. 29; P.O. Bradford; lives with his father; Rep; Meth. pref.; Ohio.

HOLCOMB GEORGE, Farmer, Sec. 29; P.O. Bradford; born Perry Co. Ohio, Dec. 16, 1821; lived in that state about thirty-two years; he came to this state and county in Fall of 1853, and has lived here twenty-three years; he has held office Road Commissioner, Overseer Roads and School Director; Rep; Meth; he owns 340 acres land, value $22,800; he married Miss Sarah McGinness in Aug. 1843; she was born in Chester Co. Pa.; she died May 23, 1874; they had four children, two living; he married Miss Ann L. White Feb. 18, 1875; she was born in Muscatine, Iowa, Feb. 19, 1850; they have one child, little girl.

HOPKINS TILDEN E. Farmer, Sec. 2; P.O. Tiskilwa; born in Alleghany Co. N.Y. April 22, 1837; Rep; Pres; he owns 360 acres land, value $18,000; he lived in N.Y. State twenty-eight years; was in publishing business in Philadelphia and published map State Ill.; has lived in this county twelve years; carries on large dairy farm of eighty cows; married Miss Carrie E. Todd May 2, 1865; she was from Rochester, N.Y.

HOW D. J. Rev. Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; minister; Rep; Chris; born Ohio.

HOXEY DAVID A. Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; mason; Rep; Meth: born Mass.

HUBBARD A. C. Sec. 23; cheese-maker; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

HUNTER E. D. Sec. 13; P.O. Tiskilwa; farmer; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.; val. prop. $20,000.

JOHNS FRIEDRICH, Farmer, Sec. 14; P.O. Milo; born near Mecklenburg, Prussia, Germany, April 26, 1825; lived in Germany about twenty-nine years; came to this country in 1854; he lived in Ky., Virginia and Ohio about two years; became to this state and county in 1856 and has lived here twenty years; he has one sister and one brother living in Prussia, Germany; Dem; Luth; owns 80 acres land, value $4,000.

KEERNS JOHN A. Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; farmer; Ind; Chris; born Ind.

KISSICK HENRY, Sec. 13; P.O. Tiskilwa; farmer, renter; Ind; Lib; born Ky.

KISSICK FRANCIS M. Farmer, Sec. 11; P.O. Tiskilwa; born in Fleming Co. Ky. Aug. 30, 1837; lived in State Ky. twenty-seven years, then came to State Illinois and to this county in 1864 and has lived here twelve years; has held office of Path-master; Rep; Meth; owns 80 acres land, value $3,200; owns 129 acres land in Ky. value $645; total val. $3,845; he rnarried Miss Joan Hayden April 11, 1860; she was born in Fleming Co. Ky, Dec. 24, 1843; they have four children, three girls, one boy, lost one son, one daughter.

KEERNS ROBERT M. Farmer, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; born Lawrence Go. Ind. Jan. 31, 1827; lived in that state twelve years; came to this state and county in 1839, one of early settlers; the poles of wigwams made in Black Hawk war were standing at that time, only three houses and settlers in the Grove then; lived in Fulton Co. five years; has represented this town Board Supervisors of this county three terms; has been School Treas. for ten years and Justice Peace eight years, also Town Assessor and Town Collector; Rep; Christian; 220 acres land, value $12,000; he married Miss Sarah Jane Gudgell June 3, 1855; she was born in Ind. June 1, 1833; they have five children, daughters, lost one son.

LAMB CHARLES A. P.O. Milo; Sec. 26; lives with his father; Dem; Lib; born N.Y.

LAMB W. R. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Lib; born N.Y.; owns 85 ac. val. 5,000.

LAMB WILLIAM R. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; lives with his father; Dem; Chris; born N.Y.

LEA WILLIAM P. Sec. 7; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

LOMBARD WILLIAM, Sec. 32; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born Pa.

LONNON J. V. Sec. 18: P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Epis; born Ill; 90 acres, val. $4,500.

LORD LAWRENCE, Sec. 8; P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Rep; Lib; born England; 80 ac.

LUTHER JOSEPH, P.O. Milo; blacksmith; Rep; Christian; born Mass.

LUTHER S. Sec. 21; P.O. Milo; blacksmith; Rep; Luth; born Mass..

McCOLLUM D. C. Sec. 8; P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Rep; Univ; born N. Y.

McCULLOUGH J. L. Sec. 32; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born N. Y; $10,000.

McKEAN GERMAN, Sec. 19; lives with father; Dem; Lib; born Pa.

MCKEAN JAMES, Farmer, Sec. 19; P.O. Bradford, Stark Co; born in Fayette County, Penn. in Oct. 1820; lived in State of Penn. about thirty-six years, and came to this state, Bureau Co. April 1, 1857, and has lived here about twenty years; has held office of School Director and Roadmaster; Dem; Pres. pref; he owns 320 acres land, value $20,000; married Minerva E. Hair, of Fayette County, Pa. in 1844; she died Aug. 25, 1853; they had five children, lost one; he married Mary Ann Wylie, April 12, 1855; she was from Fayette Co. Penn; had one child, which died.

McKEAN R. L. Sec. 19; lives with father; Dem.; Lib; born Pa.

McKEAN, THOMPSON, Sec. 19; lives with father; Dem; Lib; born Pa.

McLANE JOHN, Sec. 23; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Ind; Meth; born Pa.

McLANE THOS. Farmer, Sec. 23; P.O. Milo; born in Fayette County, Pa. June 15, 1825; lived in State of Penn. about thirty-one years; came to this county and state in Spring, 1856, and has lived here over twenty years; he has held office School Director, this district; Rep; Meth; he owns 160 acres land, value $6,400; he married Miss Minerva Gallentine, Nov. 5, 1847; she was born in Fayette County, Pa; they have ten children, five sons and five daughters; lost one daughter; lost one son in the army.

MANVILLE J. D. Sec. 11; farmer, renter; Rep; Meth. pref; born N. Y

MAPLE JOHN, Farmer, Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; born in Wayne, Greene County, Penn. Nov 25, 1817; lived in Penn. about forty years, then came to this state, Bureau Co. in 1856, and has lived here twenty years; has held office of Path-master, his district; Dem: Lib; owns 120 acres land, value $6,000; he married Miss Margaret Franks, Aug. 13, 1834; she was born in Penn; they have four children, two boys and two girls; have lost three children.

MAPLE S. Sec. 10; P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Lib; born Pa; 120 acres, val. $4,000.

MARTIN L. Sec. 32; lives with son; Dem; Lib; born Mass.

MASON CHAS. Farmer. Sec. 4; P.O. Lombardville; born in Cumberland, R. Island, March 5, 1809; lived in R. I. about seventeen years; lived near Springfield, Mass, about eighteen years, and lived in that state about thirty years; came to this state and county in Spring, 1855, and has lived here twenty-one years; has held office of Road Commissioner in Indiantown for six or seven years; also Road Commissioner in this town; he holds office of Justice of Peace; Rep; Lib; owns 160 acres land, value $10,000; married Miss Harriet B. Hazen, at Watertown, Mass., Dec. 1, 1831; she was born in Groton, Mass., March 3, 1805; have had four children; only one child living, a son, Chas. H. Mason.

MASON CHARLES H. Sec. 4; P.O. Lombardville; farmer, lives with father; Rep; Lib; Mass.

MALETTE GEORGE S. Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Dem; Epis; born Ill.

MALETTE JAMES F. Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; farmer; Ind; Epis; born R. I.; 380 ac. val. $15,000.

MALETTE JAMES F. Jr. Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; farmer, renter; Dem; Lib; born Ills.

MELICK JACOB A. Sec. 36; P.O. Henry; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N. J; 180 ac. val. $9,000.

MURPHY J. Sec. 9; laborer; Dem; Catty born Ireland.

NEALE DAVID, Sec. 31; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Rep; Meth. pref; born England.

NEVITT PETER W. Sec. 28; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ill.

NEVITT ELIZABETH Mrs. Widow, Sec. 28; P.O. Milo; born in Putnam Co. Ohio, Feb. 13, 1819; lived in that state about ten years; lived in Indiana about eight years; came to this state, in Warren Co. 1837; lived in state thirty-nine years; lived in Missouri five years, and has lived in this county thirty years; one of earliest settlers; 424 acres land belong to estate, value $24,640; Meth; she married Mr. Allen J. Nevitt, March 4, 1838; he was born in Kentucky, Aug. 1, 1818; he died Aug. 5, 1865, forty-seven years old; she has eight children, three sons and five daughters; has lost five children.

NEVITT DANIEL F. Farmer, Sec. 30; P.O. Milo; born in town of Milo, Bureau Co. Ills. Sept. 25, 1852; he has lived in this county and this town twenty-four years; he has held offices of School Director and Road-master; Rep; Meth; owns an interest in his father's estate of 424 acres, val. $24,000; married Miss Mary R. Thompson, Jan. 29, 1875; she was born in Mercer Co. Pa. Aug. 27, 1853; they have one child, girl, Minnie May, born Aug. 16, 1876.

NICKERSON JAMES M. Sec. 21; farmer, renter; Ind; Lib; born N. Y.

OWENS D. Sec. 30; P.O. Bradford; laborer; Dem; Cath; born Ireland.

PARDUE A. C. Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth. pref; born Ind; 40 acres.

PARKER ROBERT, Sec. 33; P.O. Milo; farmer, renter; Rep; Epis; born Ireland.

PARDUE ANTHONY A. Physician; Farmer, Sec. 15; P.O. Milo; born six miles from Brunswick, N.J. July 16, 1806; moved to New York State when two years old; lived there about eight years; then lived in Ind. about ten years; lived near Cincinnati, Ohio, about twelve years; then lived in Ind. twelve years; came to this state and county in 1855, and has lived here twenty-one years; he has practiced medicine here for twenty years; Rep; Meth; owns 160 acres land, val. $6,400; he married Miss Rhoda Greenham, Dec. 25, 1832; she was born in Somersetshire, England, in Feb. 1813; she died Dec. 9, 1870; has ten children, three sons and seven daughters; has lost three children,

PEER ISAAC, Sec. 30; laborer; Dem; Meth; born N.J.

PETERSON M. Sec. 26; laborer; Rep; Luth; born Sweden.

PETTIGREW E. Sec. 12; P.O. Tiskilwa; laborer; Rep; Epis; born Ill.

PETTIGREW D. E. Sec. 25; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ind; 170 acres, $6,000.

PETTEGREW J. N. Sec. 17; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Ind; Lib; born Ind; $3,000.

PHELPS C. Sec. 34; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Conn; 280 acres, value $14,000.

PHELPS DANIEL, Sec. 34; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Lib.

PHELPS ROGER W. Sec. 34; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Meth.

PUTMAN JAMES, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Lib; born Michigan.

RADKE AUG., P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Dem; Luth; born Germany; 152 acres, $7,500.

RADKE GUSTOLF, Sec. 6; P.O. Lombardville; lives with father; Dem; Luth; Ger.

REAL MICHAEL, Farmer, Sec. 17; P.O. Bradford; born in County Limerick, Ireland, Dec. 29, 1832, lived in Ireland about 18 years, and came to this country in 1850; came to Peoria, this state; lived there six months; came to Bureau Co. in 1850; he lived in Putnam Co. twelve years — in Snatchwine Tp; returned to this county; he has held office School Director and Road-master; Ind; Cath; owns 320 acres land, value $22,400; he married Miss Elizabeth Malone, Feb. 19, 1857; she was born in Ardee, County Louth, Ireland, in 1837; they have six children— five sons, one daughter; have lost three sons and three daughters.

REED JAS. Sec. 19; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Ohio; value prop. $8,000.

REED JOSEPH B. Farmer, Sec. 31; P.O. Bradford; born in Perry Co. Ohio, Aug. 21, 1846, and lived in that state about seven years; lived in Grant Co. Wis. about eleven years; came to this state and county in 1864, and has lived here twelve year; Rep; Meth; owns 80 acres land, value $4,800; married Miss Ellen McCullough, Dec 30, 1870. She was born in Tioga Co. N. Y. Aug. 9, 1852. They have two children — one girl and one boy — Nellie May and Christie Eugene.

REED LEROY H. Farmer, Sec. 31; P. O. Bradford; born in Perry Co. Ohio, July 13, 1842; lived in that state ten years; went to Grant Co. Wis. and lived there ten years; came to this state, in Bureau Co. in 1864; has lived here twelve years; has held office Road-master this district; Rep; Meth; owns 120 acres land, valued $7,200. He married Miss Sarah F. Britton, Aug. 7, 1866. She was born in Mason Co. Ill. May 20, 1846. They have four children — daughters; have, lost one daughter.

REED WILLIAM A. Sec. 36; P.O. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

REID GEO. W. Farmer, Sec. 35; P.O. Milo; born in State Ind. Oct. 1, 1850; lived in that state two years; came to this state in 1852; came to this county same year, and, has lived here twenty-four years; lived in Tiskilwa about ten years; Rep; Lib; owns 80 acres land, value $4,000; married Miss Anna Hay, Nov. 19, 1871. She was born in Bureau Co. July 7, 1855. They have two children—Mabel, born March 26, 1874, and Ella, born Dec. 24, 1875.

REID JOHN L. Farmer, Sec. 35; P.O. Milo; born in Scott Co. Ind. Oct. 16, 1841, lived in that state ten years, then came to Bureau Co. this state, March 1, 1851, and has lived here twenty-five years; has held office School Director and Path-master; Rep; Meth. He owns 80 acres land, value $4,400. He married Miss Fanny E. Moore, March 6, 1864. She was born in Birmingham, England, April 25, 1847, and came to U. S.. in 1850. Have three children—one son and two daughters—Chas. Lincoln, Jennie A. and Sarah A; lost one girl.

REID M. M. Sec. 36; P.O. Milo; farmer; Rep; Lib; born Maryland; owns 160 ac. val. $9,000.

ROBERTSON DAVID, Farmer, Sec 23; P.O. Milo; born in Shelby Co. Ohio. Sept. 23, 1833; lived in Ohio about twenty-two years; came to this state and county in 1856; lived in Missouri and Iowa about three years; was in the army; was acting scout in 5th Missouri Cavalry; enlisted in Co. K, 42 Ill. Infantry, and was mustered out at Nashville; has held office School Director; Ind; Meth. He owns 420 acres land, value $25,200; married Miss Lydia Hornback, April 6, 1856. She was born Carroll Co. Ind. Dec. 18, 1835. They have six children—one son, five daughters; lost two daughters.

ROGGY CHRISTIAN, Farmer, Sec. 9; P.O. Lombardville; born in Putnam Co. Ill. Feb. 29, 1852; lived in that county about seventeen years, then moved to this county in the year 1869, and has lived here seven years; Dem; Mennonite; owns 160 acres land, value $9,600. He married Miss Helen Burkey, Feb. 8, 1873. She was born in Germany, June 19, 1850. They have one child—little girl—Lydia Lena Roggy, born Nov. 6, 1875.

SCHUYLER WILLIAM, Sec. 13; P.O. Milo; mason, renter; Dem; Lib; born New Jersey.

SHIRTS DAVID D. Sec. 33; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born N. J.

SHARKEY OWEN, Farmer, Sec. 17; P.O. Bradford; born in County Louth, Ireland, Feb. 3, 1824. He lived in Ireland twenty-two years, then came to this country in 1846; lived two years in Boston, Mass; came to this state and county in 1848, and has lived here twenty-eight years, one of early settlers. He has held office School Director and Road-master; owns 240 acres land, $16,800. He married Miss Jane Lawless, July 31, 1854. She was from Peoria County, and was born in Penn. in 1833. They have nine children—three sons and six daughters; lost one son and one daughter.

SHWAB ANDREW, Farmer, Sec. 10; P.O. Lombardville; born in Prussia, Germany, Feb. 27, 1847; lived there about nineteen years; came to this country in 1867; came to this, state and county same year, and has lived here nine years; Rep; Luth; owns 120 acres land, value $6,600; married Miss Caroline Robert in March, 1872. She was born in Prussia, Germany, Sept. 5,1854, and came to U. S. when three years old. They have one child—boy— one year old—Andrew Shwab.

SHIMEL LEWIS, Farmer, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; born in Huntington Co. Penn. Dec. 5. 1800; lived in state Penn. sixty-six years, came to this state in Bureau County in 1866, and . has lived here ten years. He married Margaret Fulk, March 11, 1824. She was born in Penn. March 14, 1806. They have thirteen children—nine sons and four daughters. E. Milton Shimel, the only son at home, was born in Clearfield Co. Penn. Oct. 17, 1850. He came to this state and county in 1866, and has lived here ten years. He manages and carries on his father's farm. Dem; Christian; owns 120 acres, val. $6,000.

SHIMMEL HENRY, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Christian; born Penn.

SHURTS WILLIAM, Farmer, Sec. 33; P.O. Bradford; born in Hunterdon Co. N. Jersey Sept. 3, 1844; lived there about eight years; came to this state in 1852; lived in Marshall Co. four years, came to Bureau Co. in 1856 and has lived here twenty years; has held office Road-master; rents farm 160 acres of T. Fate; Rep; Lib; val. personal prop. $1,500; married Miss Eliza Green, May 27, 1868. She was born Hunterdon_Co. N. J. Aug. 5, 1847. They have one child—little girl—Carrie Shurts.

SIMON CHARLES, Sec. 22; P.O. Milo; farmer, renter; Dem. Reformer; born Penn.

SKINNER A. D. Sec. 26; P.O. Milo; laborer; Rep; Meth; born Michigan.

SMITH JAMES A. Sec. 29, P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.; val. prop. $10,000.

SMITH THOS. K. Farmer, Sec. 20, P.O. Bradford; born in Tioga Co. N.Y. Sep. 15,1837; he lived in Tioga and Tompkins Co. New York about twenty-six years; came to this state and to Bureau Co. and has lived here twelve years; he rents farm of B. F. Corbin; Rep; Meth. pref; val. prop. $1,000; he married Miss Frances A. Hatch, Feb. 9, 1871; she was born in Addison, Steuben Co. N. Y. Nov. 20, 1854; they have had two children, sons, and lost them.

SPELLMAN ALLEN, Farmer, Sec. 31, P.O. .Bradford; born in Berkshire Co. Mass. March 30, 1804, and lived in that state and in N. Y. about twelve years; moved to Ohio and lived in that state about thirty-four years; came to this state in Bureau Co. in 1852, and has lived here twenty-four years; has held office of Road-master in Ohio and in this county; has been class-leader in Meth. Church over forty years; Rep; Meth; owns 85 acres land, value $5,000; married Miss Eunice Van Duzen, Jan. 4, 1831; she was born in Ohio; have nine children, five sons and four daughters; lost four children.

STEIMLE B. Farmer, Sec. 9, P.O. Lombardville; born in Baden, Germany, July 22, 1848; lived in Germany fourteen years; came to this country in 1862, and has lived here fourteen years; Ind; Lib; owns 80 acres land, value $4,800; he married Miss Eliza Shawb, Dec. 6, 1870; she was born in Hesse-Cassel, Germany, Sept. 5, 1850; they have three children, two boys and one girl.

STEIMLE GEORGE, Farmer, Sec. 6, P.O. Lombardville; born in Baden, Germany, March 13, 1838; he lived in Germany twenty years and came to this country in 1858; he came to this state and Bureau Co. the same year; he went to Germany in 1861, was there two and a half years; returned to this state and has lived here since; he holds office of School Director; Dem; Cath; he owns 280 acres land, value $18,200; he married Miss Mary Ann loder, Nov. 9, 1863; she was born in Berne, Switzerland, Dec. 15, 1843; they have seven children, three boys and four girls.

STEIMLE WM. Sec. 6, P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Dem; Cath; born Germany; 80 ac. $4,000.

STERLING T. Sec. 30, P.O. Bradford; Rep: Lib; born Conn; val. prop. $7,000.

STEVER HENRY, Farmer, Sec. 20, P.O. Milo; born in Bucks Co Penn. Sept. 6, 1828, and lived in Penn. about thirty-one years; came to this state in Bureau Co. April 14, 1859, and has lived here seventeen years; he has held office of School Director and Road-master; Dem; Pres. pref; he owns 140 acres land, value $6,400; he married Miss Marietta Leibenguth, April 7, 1850; she was born in Northampton Co. Penn. March 17, 1832; they have seven children: Sarah L. born April 8, 1851, Kate A. born April 12, 1854, Marietta, born Nov. 16, 1857, Henry A. born Dec. 16, 1860, Nathaniel S. born Sept. 1, 1863, Ellen, born March 17, 1866, Manidia, born Aug. 6, 1868.

STEVER JONAS, Sec. 21, P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Lib; born Penn.

STEVER SAMUEL, Sec. 21, P.O. Milo; farmer; Dem; Pres; born Penn; 100 acres, $5,000.

SUTHERLAND I. EDWIN, Farmer, Sec. 34, P.O. Milo; born in Town of Milo, Bureau Co. Dec. 13, 1850, and has lived in this state and county twenty-six years; one of the early native settlers of this town; he holds office of Township Trustee; Rep; Christian; owns 80 acres land, value $4,800; he married Miss Mattie O. Reeves, Jan. 13, 1872; she was born in Trumbull Co. Ohio, June 15,1850; they have three children, two sons and one daughter: names, Joseph Harmon, Albert Edwin, Psyche Maud.

SUTHERLAND DARIUS, Farmer, Sec. 35, P.O. Milo; born in Washington Co. Ind. Nov. 30, 1828; came to this state in Fall of 1839; lived in Fulton. Co. about four years; has lived in this state thirty-seven years, and in this county thirty-three years; only two families here at the Grove then, and the first house south was at Princeville, twenty-four miles distant, and none between here and Henry; holds office of School Trustee, and has held office of School Director; Rep; Christian; owns 163 acres land, value $9,000; married Miss Anzoletta M. Bristow, May 1, 1853; she was born in Allegany.Co. N.Y. Jan. 9, 1837; they have twelve children, eight sons and four daughters.

SUTHERLAND JOSEPH, Farmer, Sec. 22, P.O. Milo; born in Washington Co. Ind. Feb. 19, 1824; lived in state of Ind. about fifteen years; came to this state and to Bureau Co. Nov. 16, 1839; came here in ox teams, was sixteen days coming; lived in Fulton Co. five years; has lived here thirty-seven years; one of the earliest settlers; only two families here when he came; John A. Griswold, who had been here only five weeks, and Chas. S. Boyd; he served as constable when this county was organized into townships; held the office six years; has held the office of Road Commissioner eight years; was Treasurer six years; has been School Director a number of years; Rep; Christian; owns 411 acres land, value $30,000; he married Miss Matilda Weidman, Jan. 13, 1850; she was born in Champaign Co. Ohio, Nov. 18, 1830; came to this state in 1835, and has lived here forty-one years; they have seven children, two sons and five daughters; lost one son and one daughter.

SUTHERLAND SIMON R. Sec. 35, F. C. Milo; lives with father; Rep; Christian; born Ill.

SUTHERLAND SYLVESTER, Sec. 20, P.O. Bradford; farmer; Rep; Christian; born Ind.

SUTTON ISAAC, Sec. 33; laborer; Ind; Lib; born New Jersey.

SWARTHOUT BYRON, Farmer, Sec. 27, P.O. Milo; born in Yates Co. N.Y. July 8, 1850; lived in N.Y. state about twenty years, then came to this state and county in 1869, and has lived here since; has taught school here four Winters; Rep; Meth; own 80 acres land, value $4,800; he married Miss,Miriam E. Albee on.March 11, 1875; she was born in Town of Wheatland, Bureau Co. Aug. 2, 1854.

SYLVESTER A. Sec. 16; farmer, renter; Rep; Bapt; born Ind.

SYLVESTER B. W. Farmer, Sec. 11, P.O. Milo; horn in Dearborn Co. Ind. May 10, 1846; he lived in that state about eight years, and came to this state and county in 1855, and has lived here twenty-one years; lived one year in Kansas; has held office of Path-master; Rep; Bapt; owns 80 acres, $4,000; his mother, Mrs. Sarah Sylvester, lives on the Home place; she was born in Mass. April 23, 1801; she married her husband, Joseph Sylvester, he died in 1864; they had twelve children, lost four.

SYLVESTER SARAH Mrs. wid. Sec. 11; born Mass; Bapt; 80 acres.

THOMPSON WM. Sec. 28; farmer; Dem; Christian; born Penn; 45 acres, $2,500. .

THOMPSON ALFRED, Farmer, Sec 2, P.O. Tiskilwa; born in London, England, Feb. 5, 1821; lived in that city about fifteen years, and came to this country in 1835; lived in Livingston county, N. Y. five years, and came to this state in Bureau Co. in the Spring of 1840, and has lived here thirty-six years; one of the earliest settlers; only two or three houses here at that time; has held office of Town Clerk for several terms, also office of Road Commissioner and School Director; Dem; Free Thinker; owns 120 acres land, value $6,000; married Miss Mary T. Haskell, daughter of Col. K. W. Haskell, of Rhode Island, March 14, 1844; have five children, four daughters and one son.

THOMPSON SAMUEL, Farmer, Sec. 15, P.O. Milo; born in French Creek Township, Mercer Co. Penn. Sept. 12, 1846; lived in that state seventeen years; he came to this state and this county in the year 1863; has lived here thirteen years; Ind; Christian; he owns 51 acres land, value $2,550; he married Miss Elizabeth Gudgell, May 22, 1870; she was born in Bureau Co. Ill; they have two children, girls, Eva May and Ella Maud; lost one son, Wm. Harland.

THURM ERASMUS, Sec. 5; farmer; Dem; Lib; born Saxony; owns 400 ac. val. $20,000

THURM GOTFREIT, Sec. 5; lives with son; born Germany.

THURM JOHN, Farmer, Sec. 8, P.O. Lombardville, Stark Co; born in Ohio, June 28, 1854; lived in Ohio two years; lived in Penn. about one year; came to this state in 1857, to Peoria; came to this county in 1867, and has lived here nine years; he rents farm of 160 acres of his father, E. Thurm; he married Miss Mary Gramer, Nov. 20, 1875; she was born in Germany, Feb. 13, 1855, and came to N.Y. State when one year old; lived there two years; came to Bureau Co. Ill. in 1858, and has lived here eighteen years; Rep; Lib; value personal property, $750.

TYLER G. G. Sec. 18; P.O. Bradford; farmer; Dem; Epis; born Conn.

UPDIKE B. Sec. 29; laborer for Holcomb; Rep; Lib; born N. J.

VINSON JOSEPH, Sec. 10; farmer; Rep; Bapt; born Ind.

VINSON RACHEL Mrs. widow, Sec. 10; Meth; born Penn.

WALKER GEO F. Sec: 7; P.O. Lombardville; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N.Y.; 80 acres.

WALLACE JOHN, Sec. 27; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Ind; Lib; born Scotland.

WARD FRANK, Sec. 12; P.O. Tiskilwa; farmer, renter; Ind; Lib; born N.Y.

WEST JOHN, Sec. 3; laborer; Rep; Luth; born Sweden.

WHITWORTH GEO. Sec. 5; farmer, renter; Rep; Meth; born England.

WILCOX W. H. Sec. 33; P.O. Bradford; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born N.Y.

WILLIAMS JACOB, Sec. 26; laborer; Rep; Lib; born Ind.

WIND RICHARD, Sec. 16; P.O. Bradford; tenant farmer; Dem; Cath; born Ireland.

WINTERS GEO. D. Sec. 7; P.O. Lombardville; farmer, renter; Rep; Lib; born Ill.

WORLEY JOHN M. Sec. 7; P.O. Lombardville; tenant farmer; Rep; Christian; born Ill.

WORTHING MYRON, Sec. 2; P.O. Tiskilwa; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N.Y.; 80 ac. $4,000.

YOUNG STEPHEN, Sec. 9; P.O. Lombardville; laborer, lives with Green; Rep; Lib; N.Y.

YOCHEM NICHOLAS, Farmer, Sec. 9; P.O. Lombardville; born in Prussia, Germany, April 28, 1838; lived there fifteen years; came to this country in 1853; lived in Wisconsin nine years, and came to this state and county and has lived here about fourteen years; has held office of School Director in this district; Ind; Cath; owns 120 acres land, value $6,600, married Miss Caroline Steimle, Feb. 1, 1864; she was born in Baden, Germany, Dec. 5, 1846; they have five children, two boys and three girls. 

 

 


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