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Lincoln, the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska, (Volume 2)

Lincoln, the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska, (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Lincoln, the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska, (Volume 2)

Lincoln, the capital city and Lancaster County, Nebraska, (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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farm, Lizzie, the wife of Andy Meyer, a resident farmer of Saltillo precinct, Friedrich, who carries on farming in Rusk


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November. 1853, a son of John H. and Eliza (Spellman) Meyer. He remained in his native county until he was


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raising until called by death. Mrs. Meyer was reared in Hanover, and in 1873 came to America with her sister


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Mr. Meyer was united in marriage on the 21st of June, 1877, in Saltillo township


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HENRY JOHN MEYER.


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..pril. 1847, a son of John Henry and Eliza (Spellman) Meyer, who were born in Hanover, Germany. On removing to


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Mr. Meyer was born in Clayton county. Iowa, on the 14th of ..pril. 1847, a


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JOHN JOSEPH MEYER.


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John J. Meyer was reared in Clayton county and after putting aside his textbooks worked


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his father's homestead near Roca. Mrs. Meyer was born in Clayton county, Iowa, on the 1st of July, 1852, and


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built through the county, and Mr. Meyer, seeing the excellent opportunity to l)uil


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20. which he bought from Henry Meyer. On Thanksgiving day of that year the frame house which he erected upon


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in marriage to Miss Leah Louise Meyer, of Lincoln, her father being Louie Meyer, one of Lincoln's pioneers, and for


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July, 1859, a son of John H. and Eliza (Spellman) Meyer. They came to this country from Germany and were


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which belonged to his father. Mr. Meyer of this review removed a frame house, fourteen by eighteen feet, from Roca


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HERMAN HENRY MEYER.


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the Stockfeld churchyard. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have become the parents of eight children, namely : John Herman, who was


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Mr. Meyer indorses the principles of the democratic party but votes an independent ticket when


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and is a son of Conrad Meyer, who was born in that ]jrovince on the 17th of November, 1834. The


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Meyer, also natives of Germany. Henry Meyer passed away when his son Conrad was but two and a half years


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William L. Meyer has gained a gratifying measure of success as a farmer and stock


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the making of the contract, Mr. Meyer was to receive title to the Nolte farm of one liundred and twenty


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In February, 1884, Mr. Meyer was united in marriage to Miss Bertha Nolte, a daughter of Fred and


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to his liking. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer have become the parents of seven children: Louisa, the wife of William Ewerth,


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and his companionship a delight." OTTO H. MEYER.


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Mr. Meyer is an independent republican, supporting the party where national issues are at stake,


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who is a daughter of Henry and Sophia (JNIenke) Meyer, natives respectively of Iowa and Germany. The family came to