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Quincy and Adams County history and representative men (Volume 1)

Quincy and Adams County history and representative men (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Quincy and Adams County history and representative men (Volume 1)

Quincy and Adams County history and representative men (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MEYER


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Another daughter, Mrs. Edward Meyer, died three years ago.


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was married to the pioneer Gustav Meyer. Mi-s. John Stoeekle. nee Riesterer. died in 1870, while her husband lived to


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here in 1837 were .John Christopher Meyer, born January 3, 1803, in Hagen, near Osnabrueck. Hanover, Germany. On the same


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council, is a son of Gerhard and Barbara (Mast) Meyer, Emelia, born ^March 15, 1847, was married to John Mast,


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they were well behaved." John Christopher Meyer died August 6, 1869, his wife living for many more years, she departing


Page 348

narrative called on the widow, Angela Meyer, at that time in the eighty-ninth year of her life, for information about


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changes of the firm to George T. Meyer, Budde & Meyer, then Warfield, Budde & Meyer, and finally the Warfield


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grocery of George and Frederick W. Meyer, and remained with the same house during the different changes of the


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work on a farm for Henry Meyer, out on the Columbus Prairie, for $14 per month. Later he took a


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daughter, became the wife of Fred W. Meyer, for many years prominent in business and financial circles of this city,


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Mrs. Lillian Meyer, wife of John Meyer, the dry goods merchant.


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and Louisa Drude, and Mrs. Lillian Meyer, wife of John Meyer, the dry goods merchant.


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time, choosing the widow of Henry Meyer as his wife, she i)receded him in death, while ^Villia^l Hcidbreder died in


Page 440

Peter H. Meyer, born December 25, 1840, in Herford, Westphalia, came to Quincy in 1856,


Page 440

George Weaver, and one son, Harry Meyer, in St.-Louis.


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21, 1862, Henry Freiburg married Josephine Meyer, a daughter of the old German pioneer Christopher Meyer.


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of the old German pioneer Christopher Meyer.


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withdrew from the business, and Frederick W. Meyer formed a partnei-ship with W. S. Wai-field. This firm continued until


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Roger A. Meyer, 736 S. Twenty-Third.


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Lester D. Meyer, 1253 Park Place.


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Carl J. Meyer, 1323 Payson Avenue.


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Lawrence Meyer, 633 Ohio.