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Biographical review of Hancock County, Illinois : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of many of the prominent citizens of to-day and also of the past

Biographical review of Hancock County, Illinois : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of many of the prominent citizens of to-day and also of the past

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical review of Hancock County, Illinois : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of many of the prominent citizens of to-day and also of the past

Biographical review of Hancock County, Illinois : containing biographical and genealogical sketches of many of the prominent citizens of to-day and also of the past

Source : Internet Archive

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[829, died in [895, but Mrs. Meyer is still living at the home in .dams county, lie was a fanner,


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Frederick W. Meyer, who is living in Walker township, was born in Adams county, Illinois,


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which iow the home of Mr. Meyer. I fer natal year was [860, and her pan Gotlieb and Rickie (Hocker)


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a year after his marriage Mr Meyer purchased his pnof his father-in-law. and now has eighty


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who resides in Wythe township, Mrs. Meyer: Henry and Gotlieb, who rmers of Walker township, Mrs. Carrie Wiebrock. of Walker


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Into .Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have been born eleven children, of whom nine sur-vive: I.ydia. the wife of


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Mr. Meyer is a republican, inflexible in support of the principles 1 if his p


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in 1855, a daughter of Gotlieb and Henrietta (Haner) Meyer, who were natives of Germany, the former born May 24,


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October, 1873, he wedded Miss Caroline Meyer, who was born in Adams county. Illinois, in 1855, a daughter of Gotlieb


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to America in childhood, and Mrs. Meyer was eleven weeks on the voyage to the new world. In their family


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Meyer, Frederick W 189