Harrison County IA

Biographical Sketch of J. B. Lucas

J.B. Lucas, attorney at law, was born in Lucas County, Ia., in 1858; removed to Missouri Valley in 1875. He was admitted to the bar in Harrison County, and established office in Oct., 1881.

Fleshman, Mintie Courtwright Mrs. – Obituary

Mrs. Mintie E. Fleshman, of Albany, a former resident of Wallowa County and well known here, passed away Sunday morning, February 19, 1973 in the Albany nursing home following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Fleshman was born at Logan, Iowa, on October 2, 1891, daughter of Peter Courtwright and Amanda Henderson. On December 10, 1910 she …

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Biographical Sketch of J. H. Crowder

J.H. Crowder, postmaster, also dealer in books, jewelry and fancy goods, is a native of Ind.; removed to Harrison County in 1866. He enlisted in the war of the rebellion, in the 18th Ia. Reg.; was a member of the band. He was appointed postmaster in 1871, which office he has since held.

Biographical Sketch of C. J. Carlisle

CJ. T.C, & W.M. Carlisle, of the firm of Carlisle Bros., wholesale and retail dealers in hardware, wagon stocks, pumps, agricultural implements, and sewing machines, are natives of Ohio.; came to Missouri Valley, Ia., in 1872 and engaged in his present business, on the corner of Fifth and Erie Sts.

Biographical Sketch of M. I. Bailey

M.I. Bailey, attorney at law, established business in 1875. He was born in Delaware County, N.Y., in 1847; removed to Missouri Valley, Ia., in 1875, and engaged in the practice of law. He married C.L. Ames; a native of N.Y. Mr. B. is the present mayor of this city.

Biographical Sketch of J. M. Berry

J.M. Berry, proprietor of the city livery, is a native of Ind.; came with parents to Harrison County, Ia., in 1855, was engaged in farming until 1879, when he came to Missouri Valley and engaged in his present business.

Business Directory of River Sioux, Iowa

Last Name First and Middle Business Origin Date City County State Chase Geo W Post Master/General New Hampshire 1866 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Condit P S Merchandise Ohio 1878 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Lanyon Wm Carpenter Pennsylvania 1859 River Sioux Harrison Iowa Billiard Hall

Biographical Sketch of E. Brandriff

E. Brandriff, farmer, is a native of N.Y.; moved to Ia. in 1859 and located near Council Bluffs, and was engaged in freighting to Denver, Col, until 1864, when he moved to Harrison County, and engaged in farming near Modale.

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