Location: Jefferson Iowa

1884 Directory of Jefferson Iowa

Last First and Middle Section Post Office Township Business Origin Arrival County State Aiston William 17 Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Massachusetts 1878 Harrison Iowa Acrea Tomas J 7 Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Indiana 1855 Harrison Iowa Armstrong J L 24 Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Ohio 1856 Harrison Iowa Adams Bros 5 Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Ohio 1854 Harrison Iowa Brayton William 7 Logan Jefferson Breeder Poland China Hogs/Farmer Illinois 1868 Harrison Iowa Buchanan James 13W Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Scotland 1877 Harrison Iowa Brady Peter 19 Logan Jefferson Farmer/Stock Raiser Ohio 1852 Harrison Iowa Brady D L 19 Logan Jefferson

Biography of George H. Grimmell, M. D.

George H. Grimmell, M. D. One of the first graduates of medicine to set up in practice at Howard, Kansas, was Dr. George H. Grimmell, who rendered his first professional services in that section of Elk County thirty years ago. With the exception of about eight years spent at Onaga, Doctor Grimmell had been continuously in practice at Howard since 1898, and is accounted one of the most competent surgeons in that locality. The first authentic records of his ancestry is found in the annals of the first crusade of 1096, A. D. There was a Sir John Von Grimmell,

Rollins, Archie Charles – Obituary

Former Resident Dies In California The following is from a Rosemead, Calif., paper last week. Archie Charles Rollins, 63 years of age, passed away Sunday afternoon at his home on Brookline avenue, Rosemead, California. He had been in poor health for more than a year, so that the end was not unexpected. The deceased was born at Jefferson, Green County, Iowa, September 27, 1864, coming to California with his family in 1905. They have also lived in Oregon a portion of the time since then but moved to Rosemead in 1923 taking up their residence on Earl street. A year

Biography of Henry Edward Reece, M. D.

Henry Edward Reece, M. D. Five years of effort to maintain the health of a considerable portion of the population of Thayer has drawn the career of Dr. Henry Edward Reece within the fold of a large and emphatic need, giving him an increasing outlet for a wealth of professional and general usefulness. When he came to Thayer, in 1911, he was well equipped to take a position among the foremost physicians and surgeons of this city, and since that time has maintained such a place through his ability, fidelity and devotion to the best principles and ethics of his