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An illustrated history of Lyon County, Minnesota

An illustrated history of Lyon County, Minnesota

Source : Internet Archive

An illustrated history of Lyon County, Minnesota

An illustrated history of Lyon County, Minnesota

Source : Internet Archive

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Meyer, Edward 364


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A. Mitzner, F. W. Teufel, Michael Meyer, Peter Swann, John Swann. The first trustees were Ludwig Ludke, John Breening and


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Camille De Sutter, Jacob Stassen, George De Meyer, John Cavanaugh, J. W. Lerschen, A. J. Paal, A. Cyr, A. Van


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1859, is a daughter of August and Juliana (Meyer) Frost, both now dead. From this union are four children living,


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January 9, 1903, at Bala-ton. Mrs. Meyer is a native of Wisconsin and was born October 18, 1886. She is


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In the spring of 1907 Mr. Meyer greatly improved the buildings on his farm. In the summer of 1910 he


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Althea B. and Spurgeon E. HERMAN P. MEYER (1881) is the owner of a fine quarter section, the northwest quarter


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After the war Mr. Meyer returned to Illinois and for two years lived at Jacksonville, one year employed


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have two children, Mate and Leonard S. EDWARD MEYER (1876) was for many years a successful farmer of Lyon county


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property in October, 1909, from Edward Meyer and in January, 1910, moved here from Illinois and took charge of the


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Mr. Meyer's early life was spent in other occupations than farming, many years having been


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Bertha Bander and Rudolph Meyer became man and wife at Lansing, Iowa, on October 16, 1876. She is


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the stock was divided and Mr. Meyer, who had erected a store building, engaged in business alone.


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and is a daughter of Henry R. and Mutge (Stohr) Meyer, both of whom are living at Latimer, Iowa. Mr.


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this review was married to Annie Meyer, a native of Germany and a daughter of Nels and Annie Meyer.