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Biographical Sketch of Edward Manoe Herron

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Herron, Edward Manoe; contractor; born, Donegal, Ireland, March 22, 1857; son of George and Margueretta Manoe Herron; educated, National School, Balbiritra, Ireland, and Tanners and Hudsons College, Cleveland, four years; married, Akron, O., Sept. 11, 1883, Matilda Elford Emery; three sons; Independent in politics; member firm of Geo. H. Herron & Co., contracting painters and grainers; was considered one of the best grainers in the United States; chief member of School of the Prophet in Donegal county, Ireland, and member Universal spies for twenty years. Recreation: Hunting, not for game, but for the...

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Biographical Sketch of James B. Crossen

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now JAMES B. CROSSEN. – Mr. Crossen is the present postmaster at The Dalles, and was born August 11, 1838, at Donegal, Ireland. This was his residence until he emigrated to America in 1849 and made his home with his parents in New York City until of age. In 1859 he crossed the Isthmus to California, and resided at Callaghan’s Ranch for four years, going from thence to Idaho, where he engaged in business at Placerville until 1863. Seeking a new location, he cast his eyes with hope towards the State of Oregon, and selected The Dalles as the most eligible point for business and residence, and has remained there until the present time. Mr. Crossen has ever occupied responsible positions in public life. He was elected sheriff of Wasco county in 1876, and was re-elected in 1878 and in 1884, thus serving three full terms. He was also elected twice to the city council of The Dalles. In the interim he followed merchandising and auctioneering until, in 1886, he was appointed postmaster, a position which he now fills. In 1863 he married Miss Frances H.C. Gray of Portland, Maine, who bore him three children, two of whom are now living, – grace e., born in 1867, and James a., born in 1864. His wife Frances dying...

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