S. W. WALLACE.
S. W. Wallace, also a native of New York State, migrated from Clayton county, Iowa, where he had been engaged in farming for about eight years, and in 1861 located on a tract of land near the present town of Anita, where he remained until 1870. During that period he was near the old Morrison place, but in 1870 removed to section 24. Two of his brothers were victims of the Civil War. Charles A. Wallace, who was a member of the Twelfth Iowa Infantry, died at Helena, Ark., and Mathew M. Wallace, of the Sixteenth Iowa, died at Columbus, Ky.
From "Compendium and History of Cass County, Iowa." Chicago: Henry and Taylor & Co., 1906, pg. 152.