Location: Harrison Missouri

Biographical Sketch of Lawrence T. Dale

Lawrence T. Dale, the subject of this sketch was born in London, England, January 27, 1840. His parents emigrated to this country when he was about five years old, and settled in Livingston county, New York, and there the son...

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Biographical Sketch of Samuel N. Miller

Samuel N. Miller. This gentleman is a native of Kentucky, and was born in Henry county, that State, on the 16th of January, 1818. He is the son of Ephraim and Jemima Miller, both of whom were natives of Virginia, and went with...

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Biography of Obadiah Ramsbottom

Obadiah Ramsbottom was born in Yorkshire, near Leeds, England, March 3, 1814, and reared and educated in the country of his nativity. His father was a manufacturer of clothing, and when Obadiah left school he began working with...

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Biographical Sketch of James B. Trosper

James B. Trosper is the son of John H. and Elizabeth E. Trosper, the latter being a daughter of Benedict and Charity Weldon, and born in Missouri, March 10, 1826, where she grew up and was educated, and married Mr. Trosper, July...

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Biographical Sketch of Gilley N. Trosper

Gilley N. Trosper. This subject is a native of Daviess county, and was born October 16, 1841, and was reared and educated in the same county. On beginning life for himself; he became a farmer, and still follows the same laudable...

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Biographical Sketch of Noah Hershberger

Noah Hershberger was born in Virginia, December 4, 1817. His parents moved to Ohio when he was fifteen years old and there the family lived until the summer of 1839. They then moved to this State, settling in Daviess county,...

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Biographical Sketch of James H. Weldon

James H. Weldon. This gentleman is a native of the county whose annals this volume sets forth, and was here born on the 28th of February, 1858. He is the son of James B. and Elizabeth T. Weldon, both of whom are now dead. The...

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