History of the Minnesota Indian massacre, a scheme designed and enacted by Little Crow, a Sioux chief to rid the whites from the state of Minnesota.
Location: Meeker County MN
Auditors 1858-9 T. H. Skinner, Reg of Deeds, ex-officio 1860- land part of 62 D.P. Delamatter 1862-3-4 Jas. M. Harvey 1864 M. W. Piper, apponted. Resigned in 1865 1865 Charles E. Cutts appointed 1865-6-7-8-9-70 Jesse V. Branham, Jun. 1871-2-3-4 John Blackwell 1875-6 Hamlet Stevens Attorneys 1858-9-60 Wm Richards. 1861-2 Mark Warren 1863-4-5-6 A C Smith 1867 Thos S Brown resigned, Henry Wilson appointed 1869 part of ’70 Henry Hill 1870 Chas B. Howell 1871-2 F Belfoy 1873-4 C H Strobeck 1875-6 E A Campbell Registers Of Deeds 1856 Milton G Moore 1557-8-9 60 T H Skinner 1861-2 T C Jewett
Andrew Linquist James B. Lewis Louis A. Nelson Parker Simons Horace P. Breed Samuel A. Bunting Jonas J. Rudberg George D. Breed Louis Rudberg John Osborn John Rudberg J. H. McKenney Chas. J. Atwater Luther W. Leighton W. L. Van Eman Douglas Martin Robert Hunter Seth Nichols Charles A. Morris James H. Morris E. A. Hinds James Wilson Daniel Methven P. F. Spath F. M. Jenks Henry Clay Jeff Carville Ray F. Case H. F. Arnes L. A. Whittemore Jos. A. Goding J. G. Sjoquist J. S. Hough Wm. Wallace John K. Wallace Jos. E. Foster F. M. Boyer O.
Village Council in 1880 H. P. Breed, President Jonas J. Rudberg, Trustees C. A. Morris, Trustee Frederick Spath, Trustee W. L. Van Eman, Recorder. Village Council in 1885 Peter Johnson, President John Rudberg, Trustee L. A. Whittemore, Trustee J. W. Norgren, Trustee S. O. Lindgren. Recorder Village Council in 1890 J. H. Remick. President O. B. Knapp, Trustee Peter J. Wreisner, Trustee J. M. Johnson, Trustee Wm. S. Cox, Recorder Village Council in 1895 L. M, Norgren, President Peter Rudberg, Trustee John Riordan, Trustee C. W. Sidnam, Trustee Isaac Vervalen, Recorder Village Council in 1900 Erick Hagelin and George E.
J. Norgren died January 15, 1907, age 78 years. John O. Belin died June 2, 1926, at the age of 79. L. M. Norgren died here July 12, 1923, age 59 years: J. W. Norgren died November 3, 1926, his age was 77. Joseph Olson died September 14. 1933, age 56. Louis Palmersten died February 15. 1906. at the age of 72 Nels Rudberg died November 12, 1912. S. O. Lindgren died June 12, 1892, age 35 John Thompson, August 18, 1934, he was 87 years old. Nels Erickson died September 7, 1910, at the age of 81. John Osborn
This doughty end intrepid frontiersman, now one of the leading farmers and stock men of his vicinity, having a tine estate eight miles west from Ontario, which is the family home, and being a man of prominence and capabilities, has accomplished much in the development of the County and we are pleased to accord to him a representation in the history of Malheur County. Mr. McGregor was born in Glasgow, Scotland on June 28, 1845, being the son of Duncan and Marguerette (McIntyre) McGregor. The father was born in Inverness, north Scotland, on February 14, 1800 and the mother was
Passing of John Taylor With the burial of John Taylor upon the old home ranch at Bristol last Saturday afternoon, there passed over the Great Divide another Kittitas county’s honored pioneers. He was born in Wise county, West Va., in 1851 and died at his home at Bristol station December 12, 1917, of cancer. When but a small boy he removed with his parents to Dassel, Minn., and in 1868 was married to Elizabeth Hutchins who still survives him. To this union were born nine children, seven of whom are now living; L.W. Taylor of Cle Elum, Elmer Taylor of