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HENRY SCHUTT

SCHULDT, JACOBS

Posted By: norma Nielson
Date: 4/24/2019 at 17:36:34

Henry Schutt, who operates an excellent farm in Orient township, is a native of Germany, born March 16, 1869, and is a son of Fred Schutt. Both his parents were also born in the fatherland and there the mother passed away. The father, however, emigrated to America in 1883, taking up his abode in Cedar county, Iowa, where he resided for ten years. At the end of that time he removed to Crawford county, where he is still living.
Henry Schutt remained with his father until he became of age and then began farming on his own account in Crawford county. Subsequently he removed to this county and is now carrying on general agricultural pursuits in Orient township. He is at once practical and progressive in his methods, and his labor is rewarded by gratifying financial returns.
Mr. Schutt was married in 1896 to Miss Mary Schuldt, who was born in Germany, a daughter of Carl and Mary (Jacobs) Schuldt, both likewise natives of the fatherland. In 1884 the family removed to America and located in South Dakota. Subsequently they took up their residence in Shelby county, Iowa, but both parents passed away in Crawford county, Iowa. Mrs. Schutt is one of a family of seven children and by her marriage has become the mother of five, namely: Ida, Carl, Elsie, Clara and Anna.
Mr. Schutt votes the republican ticket and is now serving acceptably as school director. Both he and his wife are devout members of the Lutheran church, to the support of which they contribute. His life has been characterized by unswerving integrity, and all who know him respect him highly.


 

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