Pleasant Hill Cemetery was laid out in 1867, upon the organization of Saline County. Among those buried there are: Dawson, Bertha, wife of Isaac Dawson, b. Feby. 15, 1817, d. May 30, 1884. Dawson, Isaac, b. May 29, 1810, d. Jany. 3, 1886. Henderson, John, b. May 13, 1794, d. Feby. 14, 1883. Litzenberg, Eliza, wife of John Litzenberg, b. 1815, d. Febr. 15, 1876. McClure, John. b. 1804, d. Mch. 15, 1892. Sukraw, Louisa, d. July 2, 1873, ae. 36 years. Born in Prussia. Contributed by Mrs. B. G. MILLER.
Location: Saline County NE
The Jindra Cemetery, laid out in 1873, was known as Maple Grove Cemetery. It is situated on the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 2, township 7, north of range 4, east of the 6th P. M. Saline county, Nebraska., being approximately one and one-half miles south and east of Crete. The above forty acre tract was conveyed, November 26, 1873, by Wencl Jelinek and Annie Jelinek, his wife, to the directors of the said Maple Grove Cemetery, namely: G. W. Bridges, Charles Little, James Donnelly, J. R. Webster, and E. O. Wallace. The Riverside Cemetery was platted
The wise system of industrial economics which has been brought to bear in the development of Boise has challenged uniform admiration, for while there has been a great advancement in all material lines, there has been an entire absence of that inflation of values and that erratic “booming” which have in the past proved the eventual death knell to many of the localities of the west, where “mushroom” towns have one day smiled forth with “all modern improvements” and practically on the next day have been shorn of their glories and of their possibilities of stable prosperity, so to remain
Joseph B. Hulse, proprietor of the only photograph gallery in Hailey, is a native of Iowa, born in Glenwood, on the 3d of January 1859. The family, of German origin, was planted on American soil at an early period in the history of New England. The grandfather, Joseph Hulse, was a pioneer settler of the state of Ohio, and his son, Henry A. Hulse, the father of our subject, was born near the old home of Abraham Lincoln, in the vicinity of Springfield, Illinois. Having arrived at years of maturity, he married Caroline Maloon and removed to Iowa, whence he
Atwater, Albert Alling; civil engineer and real estate; born, Cleveland, May 27, 1868; son of Jared J. and Harriet Root Atwater; educated, Cleveland public schools, Western Reserve Academy, Case School of Applied Science; married, Crete, Neb., Nov., 1901, Emily Daniels; finished special course at Case School in June, 1891; followed sanitary construction at Conneaut and Dayton, O., for two years; in charge of mining operations in Michigan, Canada and Missouri for eight years; city engineer of Webb City, Mo., two years; real estate business in Cleveland since 1903; director sec ‘y and 2nd vice pres. The Adams Realty Co.; director
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