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Past and present of Winneshiek county, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Past and present of Winneshiek county, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Past and present of Winneshiek county, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Past and present of Winneshiek county, Iowa, a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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united in marriage to Miss Minnie Meyer, a daughter of Peter and Julia Meyer, residents of Calmar. Mr. and Mrs.


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a daughter of Peter and Julia Meyer, residents of Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. Becker are the parents of one son,


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Clara Woldt, a daughter of Gottlieb and Julia (Meyer) Woldt. natives of Germany. The parents came to this country at


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May. 1906, and Martin Martin A. Meyer was reared in Fayette county and acquired his education in the district


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united in marriage to Miss Dora Meyer, a second cousin, a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Leiman) Meyer, natives of


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second cousin, a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Leiman) Meyer, natives of Germany.


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Iowa. To Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Meyer have been born four children :


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Dora, now the wife of Martin A. Meyer of Fort Atkinson.


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Meyer is the son of Jacob and Margaret (Wismer) Meyer, natives of that country. The father was reared upon a


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nephew, J. H. Haug, and Mr. Meyer an equal share in the business and the firm became J. J. Haug


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JACOB MEYER.


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January, 1580, he wedded Miss Elizabeth Meyer who passed away August 4, 1886, leaving three children: Andrew, who resides in


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Matilda Goite, a daughter of George and Mary (Meyer) Goite, natives of Pennsylvania. Her father was an agriculturist and in


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he is a son of Jacob and Bertha (Bindschaedler ) Meyer, of whom more extended mention is made in another


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about sixteen years of age. Mrs. Meyer passed away after a short illness in 10.00 and in 1907 Mr. Meyer


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the end of which time Mr. Meyer sold his interest and formed a partnership with his father in the grain,


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and is a son of Henry and Kunigunda (Meyer) Scheidemantel, natives of Germany, who came to America in 1848 and


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and is a son of Carl and Elizabeth (Wildrod) Meyer, natives of Germany, who came to America in 1858 and


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Clayton county, Carrie, who married John Meyer, and Dalia, the wife of James Forne, of Clayton county.


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Mr. Meyer was born in Clayton county, Iowa, on the 1st of October, 1865, and


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the 4th of February, 18<)o, Mr. Meyer was united in marriage to Miss Marv Meyer, and they have become the


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was united in marriage to Miss Marv Meyer, and they have become the parents of seven children, . iola, .mv,


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and is a son of Frederick and Louisa (Wilke ) Meyer, natives of Germany. The parents came to America in


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Since 1891 Henry L. Meyer has been an esteemed and respected resident of Bloomfield township and during


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finest farms in his locality. Mr. Meyer has made substantial improvements in buildings and equipment and has neglected nothing that


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the same city. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have four children. Yelma, Lester. Ruby and Valder.


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Fraternally Mr. Meyer is connected with the Masonic lodge, the Modern Woodmen of America and the


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Fritz J. Meyer, who since 1893 has owned and operated a fine farm of two


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the 22d of Tune, 1888, Mr. Meyer was united in marriage to Miss Charlotte Schroeder, a daughter of Louis and


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also of Wellman. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have become the parents of twelve children: Fred L., who resides in Winneshiek


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and Helen Mr. Meyer's religious views are in accord with the doctrines of the Lutheran church and


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, Victoria, the wife of Joseph Meyer, of Ossian , and Fulalia. a student in an academv at Prairie du


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Lena Koenig, a daughter of William F. and Charlotte (Meyer ) Koenig, natives of Germany, who came to America about


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Iowa, Annie, the wife of Charles Meyer of Sioux City, Iowa , Pauline and Marie, who have passed away ,


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Dessel was married to Miss Caroline Meyer and they became the parents of ten children: Andrew, who resides in Ossian,


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Charlotte Mever, a daughter of John and Yetty (Martin) Meyer, natives of the fatherland, who came to Winneshiek county in


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who became the wife of Adam Meyer of Ossian, Joseph, who resides in St. T.ucas, Henry, also of St.


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united in marriage to Miss Frances Meyer, a daughter (if Andrew Meyer, who was a farmer of this county, and


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Frances Meyer, a daughter (if Andrew Meyer, who was a farmer of this county, and to their union were born


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and is a son of Andrew and Regina (Bechel) Meyer, natives of Alsace-Lorraine, Germany. As children the parents came to


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residents of Ossian is numbered Peter F. Meyer, who since 1911 has served with credit and ability as county supervisor.


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fine land, and upon it Mr. Meyer steadily carried forward the work of improvement and development, making it a valuable


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was in her maidenhood Miss Emma Meyer, a daughter of William and Charlotte (Onefeldt) Meyer, natives of Germany, who now


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Emma Meyer, a daughter of William and Charlotte (Onefeldt) Meyer, natives of Germany, who now reside in Castalia. Mr. and


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Meyer, Jacob 401