Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Brace & Burton Proprietor of Elevator Persia Harrison Iowa Graham J K Farmer Indiana 1866 Persia Harrison Iowa Laing Jas Confectionery/Fruits Persia Harrison Iowa Martin M Post Master/Hardware Illinois 1882 Persia Harrison Iowa McFarland Wm & Sons Dlr Lumber Ohio 1883 Persia Harrison Iowa
Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Boyer Valley Bank General Banking Woodbine Harrison Iowa Cadwell P President Boyer Valley Bank Woodbine Harrison Iowa Butler & Brothers Elevator Woodbine Harrison Iowa Butler F A Proprietor Elevator Iowa 1851 Woodbine Harrison Iowa Butler L D Proprietor Elevator Iowa 1858 Woodbine Harrison Iowa
Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Chase Geo W Post Master/General New Hampshire 1866 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Condit P S Merchandise Ohio 1878 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Lanyon Wm Carpenter Pennsylvania 1859 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Billiard Hall
Name: Wm. W. Fuller Enlisted: 13 Aug. 1862 Rank: Captain Remarks: Died 14 March 1863 of appoplexy, Greenwood, Miss. Name: Geo. S. Bacon Enlisted: 13 Aug. 1862 Rank: 1st. Lieut. Remarks: Promoted to Capt.14 Mar, 1863 Wounded, prisoner 30 Apr 1864, Jenkins Ferry, Arkansas Name: Jos. H. Smith Enlisted: 13 Aug. 1862 Rank: 2nd Lieut.
Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Adams Brothers Meat Market Ohio 1854 Logan Harrison Iowa Barnhart J W Attorney at Law Pennsylvani8a 1878 Logan Harrison Iowa Comfort F A Physician and Surgeon Canada 1879 Logan Harrison Iowa Cook L F Editor/Harrison County News Ohio 1864 Logan Harrison Iowa Cadwell P
Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Bond H L Agent, Oskaloose Ins. Co. Wisconsin 1869 Dunlap Harrison Iowa Dunlap Bank Exchange Real Estate 1871 Dunlap Harrison Iowa Kellogg Lorenzo President Dunlap Bank 1871 Dunlap Harrison Iowa Amsden L S Cashier Dunlap Bank 1871 Dunlap Harrison Iowa Exchange Bank General Banking
S. Altshuler, dealer in dry goods and clothing, came to Iowa in 1864, and located at Council Bluffs; established his present business in Missouri Valley in 1867. He has a fine store on the corner of Fourth and Erie streets, and carries a large stock of goods.
Amos S. Chase came here in 1848 attempting a permanent settlement, but due to the spring floods, he decided to relocate in Little Sioux Township. His claim was utilized by Seth “Spanky” Chase. In 1853, Stephen A. Hester and family came from Jones County and settled on Hours-Shoe Lake. Job Ross, and his father’s family
The founding settlers to this area came from Cincinnati Ohio. The organizing committee was made up of J. S. Fountain and J. H. Waggoner. George Richardson came in July, 1857, one of the county’s outstanding citizens and eventually represented the county in the legislature. James House and family including his sons Charles Allen and William
The following is a list of students who attended school at Little Sioux, Iowa in 1885. Will Hudlow Joe Cooper Gertie Gleason Lou Frost Wallace Jones Harry Hope Edgar Moore Ade Murray Ede Cooper Annie Setchell Jennie Reeves Daisy walker Aggie Veal Jessie Pierce Lou cooper Matt Stockwell Inez Croasdale Carrie Murray Dick Cobb Bertha