Surname: Kirk

1923 Historical and Pictorial Directory of Angola Indiana

Luedders’ historical and pictorial city directory of Angola, Indiana for the year 1923, containing an historical compilation of items of local interest, a complete canvass of names in the city, which includes every member of the family, college students, families on rural lines, directory of officers of county, city, lodges, churches, societies, a directory of streets, and a classified business directory.

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1921 Farmers’ Directory of Hamlin Iowa

Abbreviations: Sec., section; ac., acres; Wf., wife; ch., children; ( ), years in county; O., owner; H., renter. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now   Aagaard, Geo. Wf. Marie. P. O. Exira, R. 5. O. 160...

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Biographical Sketch of E.R. Kirk

E.R. Kirk, postmaster, was born in Ottawa County, Ohio., in 1834; came to Sioux City in 1856, and in the following year engaged in the mercantile business, which business he continued until 1873; then held the office of deputy county treasurer; was appointed deputy collector of internal revenue in 1876, and was appointed postmaster in 1878. Mr. Kirk was married in 1859 to Mary P. Sawyers, and has five children-W.A., E.L., Charles, Frank and Mamie. W. A. Kirk, is deputy P.M., and E.L. Kirk is delivery...

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Biography of Hugh A. Kirk

Hugh A. Kirk. While it cannot be claimed for all Champaign County farmers that they live up to the opportunities afforded them, there are some of them whose progress and prosperity are well worth noting and whose modern methods have in the last few years almost revolutionized the industry. One of these wide-awake and progressive agriculturists is Hugh A. Kirk, whose finely cultivated fields are a credit to Harwood Township and whose thoroughbred stock have made his name known all over the county. Hugh A. Kirk was born in Champaign County, Illinois, and belongs to an old pioneer family of this section. His parents, James and Alice Kirk, were born in Ireland. The mother passed away some years ago, but the father survives, although the weight of years is heavy upon him. He is surrounded by loving descendants who tenderly minister to his wants. He was one of the early members of the Catholic Church at Ludlow, reared his children in that faith and they have always followed its teachings. Hugh A. Kirk attended the parochial schools at Philo and St. Joseph, and the Paxton High School, and still later took a course in Brown’s Business College. He has made a special study of scientific agriculture and has proved the value of such a course on his farm of 240 acres. His land has been made to produce abundantly...

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Biography of Mrs. Suzan Kirk

Mrs. Suzan Kirk, widow of the late Bernard Kirk, is a Champaign County woman around whom center many associations and interests that betoken the spirit and achievements for which American life is most note-worthy. Mrs. Kirk was born in County Louth, Ireland, a daughter of Patrick and Ann (Casey) McGinnis. She was about fifteen years of age when her father died. While she was a girl in Ireland her cousin Mary Curley returned on a visit to the old country, and had much to say about the wonderful opportunities of the New World. It was these stories which largely decided Suzan to cast in her lot with the country across the water, and at the age of nineteen she set out and came alone across the ocean, landing at New York and going on to Chicago. She spent some time near Chicago, and while there met Bernard Kirk, also a native of the Emerald Isle and a son of Henry and Bridget Kirk. Bernard Kirk in the meantime had established himself in Champaign County and was in Chicago on business when he met Miss McGinnis. The acquaintance thus began continued with ripening affection until wedding bells sounded. The young couple possessed many of the virtues for which the land of Shamrock is noted, and began with vigor and enterprise the task of developing a 160-acre tract of land which...

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Biographical Sketch of Dr. Thomas Kirk, Jr.

Dr. Thomas Kirk, Jr., was born in Clearfield, Pa., January 20, 1859; attended the Eclectic Medical College at Cincinnati, Ohio, and graduated in June, 1880, and first located in Bellefonte, Pa. Came to Burr Oak, in Jewell Co., Kan., in 1881, and engaged in the practice of his profession; he is now working into a fine...

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Biographical Sketch of Frank M. Kirk

Kirk, Frank M.; Kirk-Woods Coal Co.; born, Jackson, Mahoning county, O., Nov. 3, 1863; educated in public schools, Mt. Union and Meadville Colleges; interested in the Young & Harrington Coal Co., until 1895, then in the coal business alone, until 1898, when he formed partnership with James H. Woods, under present name; pres. and treas. the Kirk-Latty Mnfg. Co.; treas. Hazel Kirk Gas Coal Co.; pres. the Ohio Tonopah Mining Co.; vice pres. A. B. C. Lead & Zinc Co.; director Mud Lake Lumber Co.; 32nd° Mason, K. T., Mystic Shriner, B. P. O. E., No. 18, and K. of P.; member Union, Euclid, Clifton Park, and Cleveland Gun Clubs, Gentleman’s Driving Association, and Duquesne Club, Pittsburgh; Rushmere Club, St. Clair Flats;...

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Kirk V. McShane – Obituary

Kirk V. McShane, 52, formerly of LaGrande, died June 29 in Portland. A memorial service was conducted July 5. Mr. McShane was born Jan. 30, 1954, to Francis and Margaret McShane in Ontario, and graduated from La Grande High School in 1974. He moved to Portland, where he worked for several music warehouses and stores. He graduated from Portland State University and became a distribution manager for Graybar Electric. He married Denise P. Belanger in 1984. Survivors include his wife; his mother of La Grande; brothers, Brian, Michael, Jeffrey and Gregory; sisters, Rebecca and Maureen; and other relatives. His father died earlier. Memorials may be made to the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute for Cancer Research, 4805 NE Glisan St., Portland 97213. The Observer Online, Obituaries for the week ending July 15, 2006, Published: July 13,...

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Phebe Todd Upson of Woodtick CT

UPSON, Phebe Todd7, (Bethuel6, Hezekiah5, Caleb4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) married Martin, son of Timothy and Mary (Johnson) Upson. They lived in Woodtick, Conn. Children: I. Mary, b. Aug. 26, 1824, m. Upson Higgins. II. Anna Violetta, b. Feb. 11, 1826, m.(???)Alcott. III. Julina, b. April 11, 1828, m. Linus Kirk, of Whitneyville, Conn. IV. Clarissa Cordelia, b. April 11, 1830. V. Lucy Angeline, b. May 19, 1832. VI. Frederick Martin, b. March 3, 1835. VII. Salome, b. Jan. 22,...

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Biographical Sketch of T. J. Kirk

T.J. KIRK. – It is pleasant to see that the oldest pioneers, who bore the brunt of the settlement of the country, are now the most prosperous. Mr. Kirk came to Oregon in 1846, being at that time but a boy of seven. He lived with his father in Linn county until 1871, when he made his home in Umatilla county near the pleasant city of Centerville. Here he has been in the horse and cattle business and a pioneer in raising wheat on the uplands. He now owns a farm of fourteen hundred acres consisting of the best land in the region, from which he harvests thirty bushels of wheat per acre. He also owns a considerable share of town property. In the political arena of the county, he has taken quite an important position, having been elected as representative to the state legislature in 1888. He met with this success on a Republican ticket. This indicates his popularity; and the secret of this is his deep and intelligent interest in all matters pertaining to the prosperity of his county. Mr. Kirk was married to Miss Ann Coyle in October, 1860. Mrs. Kirk is a native of the state of Illinois, and emigrated with her parents to Oregon in...

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