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Harrison County Iowa Genealogy

1920 Who's Who in Iowa
Compiled and Edited by
Frank C. Lake and Lloyd N. Prince

Key to abbreviations


Banker and abstractor, Logan; b. Gal way, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1847; Rep.; ed. studied two yrs. at state univ.; m. Ettie R. Steam, (deceased), Nov. 20, 1870; 2nd Bella. S. Rice, 1886; served in civil war; lost an arm in siege of Petersburg; has served as lieut. gov. of Ia.; mem. of the G. A.; co. recorder; mayor of Logan; justice of peace; mem. city council; mem. I. O. O. F., Past officer local and grand lodge, Elks, G. A. R.; served as chmn. executive com. State Soldier's Home.


Farmer, Woodbine; b. Bushnell, Ill., Jan. 28, 1867; Rep.; ed. Logan, la., grade sch.; m. Annetta D. Kirk, 1889; child. two daughters, two sons; engaged in automobile bus.; farms in Harrison and Monona cos.; served 9 yrs. postmaster at Woodbine; mem. city council; sch. treas.; elected state rep. Harrison Co., 1918; re-elected 1920.


Farmer, Logan; b. Pottawattamie Co., Ia., June __, 1876; Rep.; taught sch.; two terms twp. clerk; three terms Co. treas., Harrison Co.; state rep. 36th and 37th G. A.; speaker of the House 37th G. A.; elected sen. 1918.


Co. Agr. Agent; Denison; b. Essex, la., Apr. 13, 1891; Presb.; Rep.; ed. Academic work, Fremont, Neb.; grad. I. S. C, 1917, B. S. degree Agronomy; m. Florence B. Browne, Oct: 2, 1919, Alta, la.; with U. S. dept. of agr. 1917; co. agr. agent, Crawford Co., Ia., 1918 to date; mem. Alpha Sigma Phi, Masons, K. P. Former residences, Harrison Co., Ia., 1903-17.


Banker, farm loan investments, abstracter of titles, Logan; b. Chester Co., Pa., April 21, 1854; Prot.; Rep.; ed. Magnolia (Ia.) H. S.; m. Laura A. Mann., Dec. 15, 1880, Blair, Neb.; child. Fred W., Cyrus A., Jacob H.; co. auditor, Harrison co., 1878-84; retired voluntarily and has not desired any public station since; presidential elector, 9th Dist. of Ia., 1912; one of the
delegates to Rep. Natl. Con., 1920, from 9th Ia. Dist.; Odd Fellow since 1876; 35 years consecutive as fin. sec. of Logan lodge; mem. Masonic bodies; coronated 33d degree Honorary at Des Moines, Nov. 22, 1913; a charter member and one of the organizers of the la. Assn. of Title Men; actively in work as searcher of the records for 40 yrs.; established Logan Trust & Sav. Bank, in Aug., 1917, being pres. since; farm loan investments for 35 yrs; stockholder in several mercantile enterprises.


Mgr. Stern Abstract Co., Logan; b. Logan, la., June 11, 1860; Rep.; large owner farm lands; served 10 yrs. as chmn Rep. Co. Cent. Com.; mem. seh. bd. 20 yrs.; mem. Rep. State Cent. Com. 9 dist.


F. M. Terry.
A. M. Ellis.
A. M. Rolph.
G. Huff.
J. A. Perley.
A. M. Hathaway.
O. Walker.
John Ross.
C. W. Smith.

Carroll A. Bolter, Lawyer.
Charles W. Hunt, President Iowa Farm Bureau.
Henry Cadwell, Mayor; Retired Farmer.
T. A. Massie, Postmaster, Retired Merchant.
William W. Latta, Farmer and Stockman.
John W. Wood, President First National Bank; ex-County Treasurer.
Asa Thomas, Farmer; Member Board of Supervisors.
John A. Heterick, Merchant.
H. L. Robertson, Attorney; Member Library Board.
Brereton J. Wood, Cashier First National Bank; Member School Board.
George H. Harvey, Merchant (Harvey Brothers); Library Board.
Dr. M. A. Humphrey, Dentist.
L. W. Fallon, Lawyer and Farm Lands.
R. W. Hills, Vice President Farmers State Bank; Owner of Farm Lands.
Frank D. Stearns, Manager of Farmers Mercantile Company.

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