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Biographies of Western Nebraska

These biographies are of men prominent in the building of western Nebraska. These men settled in Cheyenne, Box Butte, Deuel, Garden, Sioux, Kimball, Morrill, Sheridan, Scotts Bluff, Banner, and Dawes counties. A group of counties often called the panhandle of Nebraska. The History Of Western Nebraska & It’s People is a trustworthy history of the days of exploration and discovery, of the pioneer sacrifices and settlements, of the life and organization of the territory of Nebraska, of the first fifty years of statehood and progress, and of the place Nebraska holds in the scale of character and civilization. In...

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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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History of Cayuga County New York

This history of Cayuga County New York published in 1879, provides a look at the first 80 years of existence for this county, with numerous chapters devoted to it’s early history. One value of this manuscript may be found in the etched engravings found throughout of idyllic scenes of Cayuga County including portraits of men, houses, buildings, farms, and scenery. Included are 90 biographies of early settlers, and histories of the individual townships along with lists of men involved in the Union Army during the Civil War on a regiment by regiment basis.

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Washington Settlers from Oregon

William Craig was born in Greenbriar County, Virginia, in 1810. He entered the service of the American Fur Company in 1830, and for ten years led the life of a trapper. When the fur companies broke up, about 1810, he came to Oregon, and settled not long after at Lapwai, near Spalding’s mission, to which he rendered valuable assistance in controlling the Indians. He also was of much service to Gov. Stevens in making treaties with the Indians of eastern Washington. Stevens appointed him on his staff, with the rank of Lieutenant colonel, and he was afterward appointed Indian agent at Lapwai, for’ which position he was well fitted, and which he held for a long time. ‘But for his liberality he would have been rich, but he has given away enough to make several fortunes.’ Walla Walla Union, Oct. 23, 1869. ‘He was the comrade in the mountains of Kit Carson, J. L. Meek, Robert Newell, Courtenay Walker, Thompson, Rahboin, and a host of other brave men whose names are linked with the history of the country.’ Walla Walla Statesman, in Portland Oregonian, Oct. 30, 1869. Here are a few men who settled in Washington at an early period, but who had first resided in Oregon: Solomon Strong, born in Erie co., N. V., Nov. 11, 1817. At the age of fourteen years removed to Ohio, thence to...

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Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Jane Lockwood

Jane Wilson was born in Cabell county, Virginia, October 29, 1807. Her father, Robert Wilson, was a native of Virginia and a grandson of Robert Dinwiddie, one of the provincial governors of that State, and was reared and educated by the governor and became quite a prominent man; he died in Lee county, Iowa, in 1842. Her mother’s maiden name was Mary Russell, and she was a native of North Carolina and a descendant of a very noted family; she died in Vermillion county, Illinois, in 1862. This subject of our sketch was married November 17, 1825, to David Lockwood, of Lawrence county, Kentucky, who was born Jane 3, 1799. His parents were originally from Pennsylvania, but moved to Kentucky; his mother died in. 1832 and his father in 1852. This couple lived in Kentucky till 1828, then in Warren county, Indiana, till 1844, when they located in. Daviess county. Thirteen children were born to them, six of whom are living; namely, Mary Ann, Sarah A.,_ Robert, Jacob, Maria J., and E. F. William died on his way to California in 1850; Elizabeth died January 22, 1862; Henry was killed at the battle of Pea Ridge; the other four died in infancy. The record of the sad death of Mr. Lockwood, during the Civil War, will be found in full in the chapter of incidents of Benton township in...

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Biography of Robert E. Lockwood

The editor and proprietor of the Weiser Signal was born in Kirbyville, Josephine county, Oregon, February 15, 1858, and is of English descent. His grandparents were William and Lucy (Lord) Lockwood, and his father was Robert Lockwood, Sr., a native of Australia, in which country he married Miss Clara Sophia Belknap. They became residents of Oregon in 1853, the father engaged in mining on Rogue River. In 1871 he removed to Albany and later located in Canyon City, in the John Day valley of Oregon, where he continued his mining operations and also acted as deputy sheriff of the county, which position he ably filled for twelve years, under both Republican and Democratic administrations. In 1887 he declined to longer fill that office, but consented to remain three days under the newly elected sheriff. On the night of the third day there was a fire in the town. After it was extinguished Mr. Lockwood remarked that he would lock the prisoners in the cells and deliver the keys to the sheriff in the morning, but while performing that duty he was murdered by one of the prisoners. He was then in the forty-fourth year of his age, a brave man and a highly esteemed citizen who never faltered in the performance of any duty, no matter how hazardous. He left a widow and ten children, and Mrs. Lock-wood is...

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Lockwood, Barbara – Obituary

Barbara V. Lockwood, a resident of Redmond, died March 25, 2007, of heart failure. She was 63. Ms. Lockwood was born March 5, 1944, in Enterprise to Alonzo A. and Versie Puderbaugh Lockwood. She attended school in Joseph through her junior year when the family moved to Kennewick, Wash. She graduated high school there in 1962. Ms. Lockwood worked for Columbia Aircraft Manufacturing in Bend. She enjoyed travel and hunting and was an avid gardener. She was a member of the Oregon Hunters Association, the NRA, and a life member of the American Veterans Post 13 Auxiliary in Sweet Home. Ms. Lockwood is survived by her life companion Delvan Deardorff; daughter Mary Christie; grandson Elvis Lockwood of Stanfield; brother Layton Lockwood of Irrigon and a favorite cousin Jacque Hobwood of Springfield. Her parents preceded her in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. on June 2 at Prairie Creek Cemetery in Joseph. Wallowa County Chieftain, May 31, 2007 Transcribed by: Dixie...

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Lockwood, Barbara – Obituary

Enterprise, Oregon Barbara V. Lockwood, a resident of Redmond, Oregon, died March 25, 2007, of heart failure. She was 63. Mrs. Lockwood was born March 5, 1944, in Enterprise to Alonzo A. and Versie Puderbaugh Lockwood. She attended school in Joseph through her junior year when the family moved to Kennewick, Wash. She graduated high school there in 1962. Mrs. Lockwood worked for Columbia Aircraft Manufacturing in Bend. She enjoyed travel and hunting and was an avid gardener. She was a member of the Oregon Hunters Association, the NRA, and a life member of the American Veterans Post 13 Auxiliary in Sweet Home. Mrs. Lockwood is survived by her life companion Delvan Deardorff; daughter Mary Christie; grandson Elvis Lockwood of Stanfield; brother Layton Lockwood of Irrigon and a favorite cousin Jacque Hobwood of Springfield. Her parents preceded her in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. on June 2, 2007 at Prairie Creek Cemetery in Joseph. Wallowa County Chieftain, May 24, 2007 Transcribed by: Dixie...

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Lockwood, F. E. – Obituary

Enterprise, Oregon F.E. “Gene” Lockwood of Enterprise died June 15, 2007. He was 85. Mr. Lockwood was born near Florence July 7, 1922. His public school years were spent in Tacoma, Wash. After serving in WW II, he used his GI Bill to further his education, receiving a degree in Industrial Management. He retired from the Boeing Company in Seattle after 34 years. He and his wife moved to Enterprise in 2004. Survivors include his wife Shirley of 58 years; daughters Susan and Warren McCasland of Puyallup, Wash. and Gayle and Larry Gibson of Enterprise; grandchildren Geoffrey Linton and Victoria Gibson; sisters Leola R. Goit of Salinas, Calif. and Anita Wolfe of Tacoma, Wash. and numerous nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life will be held later in Washington. Wallowa County Chieftain – June 28, 2007 Contributed by Dixie...

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Lockwood, Barbara – Obituary

Enterprise, Oregon Barbara V. Lockwood, a resident of Redmond, Oregon, died March 25, 2007, of heart failure. She was 63. Mrs. Lockwood was born March 5, 1944, in Enterprise to Alonzo A. and Versie Puderbaugh Lockwood. She attended school in Joseph through her junior year when the family moved to Kennewick, Wash. She graduated high school there in 1962. Mrs. Lockwood worked for Columbia Aircraft Manufacturing in Bend. She enjoyed travel and hunting and was an avid gardener. She was a member of the Oregon Hunters Association, the NRA, and a life member of the American Veterans Post 13 Auxiliary in Sweet Home. Mrs. Lockwood is survived by her life companion Delvan Deardorff; daughter Mary Christie; grandson Elvis Lockwood of Stanfield; brother Layton Lockwood of Irrigon and a favorite cousin Jacque Hobwood of Springfield. Her parents preceded her in death. Services will be held at 1 p.m. on June 2, 2007 at Prairie Creek Cemetery in Joseph. Wallowa County Chieftain, May 24, 2007 Contributed by Dixie Ricker Second Obit. Barbara V. Lockwood, a resident of Redmond, died March 25, 2007, of heart failure. She was 63. Ms. Lockwood was born March 5, 1944, in Enterprise to Alonzo A. and Versie Puderbaugh Lockwood. She attended school in Joseph through her junior year when the family moved to Kennewick, Wash. She graduated high school there in 1962. Ms. Lockwood worked for...

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Eurania G. Todd Smith of Rochester NY

SMITH, Eurania G. Todd8, (Allen7, David6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born May 1, 1843, in South Greece, N. Y., died May 2, 1904, in Rochester, N. Y., married in 1859, Luman A. Smith. Children: I. Dora M., b. in 1863, in South Greece, N. Y., m. in 1889, Rev. F. W. Lockwood, who was a Baptist clergyman. They lived in Cambridge, Mass. No children. II. Estella, b. in Ogden, N. Y., in 1868; she is unmarried and in 1914, lived in Boston,...

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