West Lot Col. John Hathorne conveyed this lot to Henry West of Salem May 19, 1699. Mr. West died possessed of the lot in 1703, having devised it to his son Samuel West in his will, which, though well and strong, he made, “considering the many sudden deaths that are of late,” Feb. 3, 1700-1.
There are few cities which owe their existence to a single manufacturing or industrial enterprise but rather to the aggregation of many business interests. Yet among these there are always some that stand out prominently as most potent factors in the commercial growth and prosperity of the community. Such a place in Racine circles is
James Madison Harvey, fifth governor of the State of Kansas, was born in Monroe County, Virginia, September 21, 1833, and was the second child and oldest son of Thomas Jefferson and Margaret (Walker) Harvey. His ancestors for several generations were Virginians. His paternal ancestor in America was Henry Harvey, who came from England about 1725,
A.L. Harvey, of the firm of Harvey & Ford, proprietors of the Harrison County Bank, was born in Madison County, N.Y., in July, 1826; removed to Rockland County in 1853; thence to Jasper County, Ia., in 1856, and the following year located at Magnolia, Harrison County. In 1860 he was elected County treasurer and recorder,
Loren E. Harvey for nearly ten years has been chief of the fire department of Coffeyville. No municipal service has been more highly developed in efficiency and equipment than that for fighting fires, and none is of greater usefulness to the property and welfare of citizens. Mr. Harvey is one of the veterans of the
Harvey, Allyn Fitch; transportation; born, Cleveland, Feb. 3, 1871; son of Henry Allyn and Mary Williams Harvey; educated, Cleveland public schools, private tutor, Yale, 1893, A. B.; in 1894, began work with Pickands Mather; remained until the spring of 1901; when Steel Corporation was formed, took position as asst. to the gen. mngr. Pittsburgh Steamship
Harvey, M. C.; became associated with Otis & Hough, in 1901, and in 1906, became a member of the firm; graduated from Yale, in 1899; so that practically his entire business life has been with this firm; at the reorganization of the firm as Otis & Co., he remained as a general partner in the
Harvey, Moses William; gen. agt. Wells Fargo & Co.; born, Delphi, N. Y., Sept. 6, 1852; son of Samuel and Sarah Scott Harvey; common school education; married, Columbus, O., March 3, 1875, Eliza Newman; three sons and two daughters living; two oldest sons deceased; engaged in express service, April, 1873, and for forty years has
Edna Irene Harvey, 99, of La Grande, died March 19 at home. A service will begin at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Eternal Hill Cemetery in Oceanside, Calif. Family and friends may sign the guest book online at www.danielsknopp.com . Edna was born Oct. 18, 1908, to Allan and Daisy (Cox) Reeves in Springhill, La.
1st Lt., Q. M. C., Detached Co.; of Lenoir County; son of C. F., Sr., and Mary Heartt Harvey. Husband of Lilla Gill Harvey. Entered service Sept. 30, 1917. Transferred to Camp Greenleaf, from there to Camp Greene. Promoted to rank of 2nd Lt. May 8, 1918, 1st Lt. Nov. 8, 1918. Recommended for Captaincy