C. N. Crain, a successful and enterprising agriculturist and stockraiser of Valley township, is the owner of a well improved and valuable tract of land of three hundred and three acres, known as the Nodaway Valley Stock Farm. His birth occurred in Taylor county, Iowa, on the 12th of April 1859, his parents being John
Thomas J. Crain was born near the Ohio river, in Fleming county, Kentucky, September 4, 1830. He was reared and educated in his native place, and continued to reside there until 1855, when he migrated to Missouri and entered land in Holt county, improving the same and living upon it until 1864, in February of
A. C. CRAIN, ex-sheriff of Christian County and one of the representative men of the same, is now living a retired life at Sparta, Missouri He is a native of Tennessee, born in Franklin County October 2, 1833, and the son of William B. and Alice (Ford) Crain, natives of Tennessee. The grandfather, William B.
Charles Clifton Crain, who is the executive head of one of the largest and most successful enterprises doing business in the wholesale and retail hardware trade in Kansas, being president of the Crain Hardware Company, of Fort Scott, is one of the alert and enterprising men who, during the last half century, have so utilized
Sergt., Inf., Co. D, 417th Btn., N. S. Guards. Born in Chatham County, N.C., Feb. 17, 1888; son of N. W. and M. R. Crain. Entered the service at Carthage, N.C., Aug. 19, 1918, and sent to Camp Greene, N.C. Mustered out of the service at Camp Greene, N.C., Dec. 24, 1918.
Old Resident Of Rock Creek Buried At Haines Eleazer W. Crain, died at the home of his grand niece, Mrs. Armand W. Perkins in the Rock Creek district Friday night of last week. Death is attributed to old age. Mr. Crain was born in Wisconsin and from that state he moved to Kansas and later