Biographical Sketch of Dr. Henry A. Smith

DR. HENRY A. SMITH. – Doctor Smith was born in Wooster, Ohio, April 11, 1830, and is the son of Nicholas and Abagail (Teaff) Smith. His father, who was a Baptist minister, died when he wa but nine years of age, and left his mother a widow with eleven children, Henry being the youngest son.



Biographical Sketch of Eugene Edwin Neale

Neale, Eugene Edwin; insurance; born, Mt. Pleasant, Ia.; March 31, 1865; son of Richard W. and Emma Lennox Neale; public school education in Cleveland; married, Cleveland, April 16, 1890, Lucy W. Hubbell; issue, three sons, Harold Hubbell, Robert Dudley, Eugene Edwin, Jr.; married, Cleveland, Nov. 21, 1905, Elizabeth L. Hubbell; issue, one son, Sterling Lennox;



Welch, Mabel Leona Morrow – Obituary

Mrs. Amos Welch, 1018 N. 10th St. Burlington, 52, passed away Monday [June 20], at 3:30 p.m. at Mercy Hospital, Burlington where she had been a patient 48 hours. Mabel Leona Welch, daughter of Millie Gholson and Fred Morrow, was born at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, Sept. 15, 1902. She was married July 3, 1917 at



Morrow, John – Obituary

Mr. John Morrow, a well-known citizen of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Friday afternoon at four o’clock at his home on Broadway after a long and painful illness with asthma and other complications. Mr. Morrow was a well-known and highly respected man of our community. For many years he was the proprietor of the Morrow Grocery



Logsdon, Lemuel – Obituary

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Cookes Funeral home for the late Lemuel F. Logsdon of near Mt. Pleasant, Ia. The Rev. Thorwald Jensen, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mt. Pleasant, was in charge. A vocal duet “We are Going Down the Valley,” was sung by Robt. Forbes and Rev. Jensen.



Baker, Mary Elizabeth Morrow – Obituary

Mrs. D. H. Baker Passed Away Tuesday After Months of Suffering. Deceased Was Well Along in Years and Had Long Been A Resident of Mt. Pleasant. Death Was Caused from Cancer of Stomach. Late Tuesday afternoon [October 9, 1906] occurred the death of Mrs. D. H. Baker at her home on South Jefferson Street. Mrs.



Allender, Jane Messer

This section of Iowa lost one of its best women on Sunday, March 5, 1922, when Mrs. George Allender died at her home four miles north of Lockridge. She was sick but a little while with her fatal illness which was heart trouble, though she had been afflicted with weakness of the heart for several



Allender, Ida Amelia Bates – Obituary

Ida Amelia Bates [Allender] was born in Lahaston, Germany, April 12, 1846. Departed this life at the home of her daughter Mrs. Homer Zingg, March 27, 1914, aged 67 years, 11 months and 15 days. She was united in marriage to John Wesley Allender, Apr. 27, 1865, the husband having departed this life September 14,



Allender, Benjamin Bowen – Obituary

B. B. Allender, an old citizen of this county, died at his home near the southeast corner of Trenton township on last Thursday evening [June 22, 1882]. He was a man of sterling integrity, respected and esteemed by all who knew him and will be sadly missed in the neighborhood where he lived. The funeral



McEwen, Martha Anne – Obituary

Martha Annie McEwen, 89, died Saturday evening at her home in Wingville after a long illness. She was born Dec. 27, 1883, in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, the daughter of William A. and Lucinda Elliott. She moved to Auburn with her parents in 1884, and later came to Baker Valley where she lived the remainder of



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