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A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

Source : Internet Archive

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

A history of southern Illinois : a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests (Volume v.3)

Source : Internet Archive

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warden, by appointment of J. M. Tanner, and he served as such until 1904, when he again resigned, only to


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once the property of ex-governor John R. Tanner.


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27. 1866, a son of William Jasper and Octavia V. (Tanner) Blake.


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he was appointed by Governor John R. Tanner judge of the court of claims, in which position he served for


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Tanner is a son of John and Eliza (Downs) Tanner, both natives of Kentucky and born in that state in


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in Indiana, June 8, 1839, James M. Tanner is a son of John and Eliza (Downs) Tanner, both natives of


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and 1813, respectively. In 1833 John Tanner moved to Indiana and settled in Warrick county, where he engaged in farming


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Early in the Civil war Mr. Tanner enlisted in the Union army, but after a few months he was furloughed


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JAMES M. TANNER, for many years identified with the mill and lumber business of Louisville, is


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He was a son of John Tanner, a native'of Virginia, who removed to Kentucky, where he remained until the War


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war. The maternal grandfather of James M. Tanner, of this review, was Thomas Downs, a native of Kentucky. He was


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Christmas day of 1860, when Mary J. Tanner became his bride. One child was born to them, Viola, who married


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Hoyt. On February 15, 1890, Mrs. Tanner died and in 1892 Mr. Tanner married Mittis J. Clifton, a school-teacher. They


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of strenuous work and planning Mr. Tanner found himself in a position where he was able to buy a farm


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He was appointed by Governor John R. Tanner as trustee for the Southern Illinois Normal, being the first graduate of