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1911 Standard Historical Atlas of Mitchell County, Iowa

A directory of leading farmers of Mitchell County, Iowa. The third General Assembly convened at Iowa City on the 2d of December, 1850, and adjourned Feb. 45, 1851. At this time about forty new counties in the north and southwestern part of Iowa were created. Mitchell county was among this number. Its boundaries were minutely defined and organization was authorized as soon as the population warranted it. The name, it is thought by many, was bestowed in honor of that noble Irish patriot, John Mitchell. Others think it was named in honor of a surveyor by that name. Who suggested the name is unknown.

Basford, Roy – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Roy Basford Dies At Hospital Roy L. Basford who had been in failing health for the past ten years, passed away Thursday, December 4, 1958 at Wallowa Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient since falling and fracturing his hip a...

Biography of Fred Leslie Ervay

Fred Leslie Ervay, M. D. The medical fraternity of Wilson County had as one of its highly skilled and thoroughly trained members Dr. Fred Leslie Ervay, who had been engaged in a general practice at Fredonia since 1908. While Doctor Ervay had not carried on his...

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