Greenville Township,VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF BUREAU COUNTY - 1877
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Voters & Taxpayers of Bureau County 1877

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VOTERS AND TAXPAYERS OF BUREAU COUNTY - 1877


 

GREENVILLE TOWNSHIP

(Includes some Tampico P.O.’s)


 

Albert Jacob, Sec. 17; P.O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Pa; 60 acres, $1,800.

Allen Albert P., Sec 23; P.O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born Pa.

Allen E., Sec 23; P. O. Walnut, farmer, Rep; born Pa. 1809; owns 200 ac. Val $8,000.

Angle Phillip, New Bedford; physician; Dem; Ind. Born Ohio; house and lot.


 

Baker M. M., Sec 35; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem.

Bailey John, Sec 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ohio; 5 acres.

Bard C. J., Sec 2; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Ind; 104 acres, val. $5,000.

Bard D. N., Sec 8; P. O. Walnute; farmer; Dem; born Ohio.

Barnes E. C., Sec 19; P. O. New Bedford; Ind; born Vt.; 40 acres, $1,200.

Baxter Newton, Farmer, Sec 34; P. O. N. Bedford; born in Steuben Co. N.Y.; Feb. 5, 1840; came to this Co. In 1865; Ind; U. Bretheren; owns 40 acres, value $2,000; held the office of School Director five years; wife was Naomi W. Davis, born in Morgan Co. Ohio, Nov. 4, 1840, married Sept. 18, 1862; two boys, Eugene C., Reuben H., and two girls, Olive M., and Ella Leona Baxter.

Baxter Sulvanus, Sec. 28; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; Meth. Epis; born N.Y. 74 ac.

Baxter Wm., New Bedford; laborer; Rep; Ind; from Ill.

Bearss Leander, Sec. 36; P. O. Walnut; Dem; born Ill; 80 acres, $3,600

Borland J. R., Tinsmith; New Bedford; born in Canada, March 19, 1840; came to this Co. In 1868; Rep; Ind; enlisted in the 45th Reg. I.V.I. Co. C, Sept. 6, 1861; was at the taking of Ft. Henry, Donelson and Shiloh; was taken sick near Jackson, rejoined his regiment there, and shorthly after was taken prisoner; was a prisoner almost six months, rejoined the regiment at Vicksburg, was there all through the siege; was afterwards changed to the Veteran Corps, and stationed at Rock Island till the close of the war; discharged Dec. 6, 1864; wife was Matilda J. Wilson, born Penn. Aug. 1, 1845; married March 29, 1864; six children, two girls and four boys.

Bowen B., Farmer, Sec 25; P. O. Walnut; born in Michigan, Feb. 1, 1838; has a family of three children living - one dead; owns 180 acres of land; valued at $3,200; Dem.

Bowen C. S., Farmer, Sec 26; P. O. Walnut; born in Penn. May 30, 1814; has a family of seven children living - two dead; owns 180 acres, valued at $6,300; voted for Cooper.

Bowen Morris, sec. 23, P.O. Walnut; renter; Dem.; Ind.; born Pa.

Bowen, Sarah, Sec. 35; P. O. Walnut; Ind.; born Pa.; 40 acres.

Bowen Silas, Sec. 23; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born 1854l iwb 40 acres, val. $1,400.

Bower Stephen, Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; farmer; born in 1846; owns 120 acres

Breed Mrs. N. Bedford; born N.Y.; house and lot.


 

Carpenter J. H., Sec. 21; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Bennington Co., Vt.

Carter Valentine, Sec. 7; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; Meth. Epis; N. J.

Chase E., Secs 32 and 46; N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; 40 acres, $1,600.

Chase W. H.; P. O. N. Bedford; hotel-keeper, Rep; Ind; 160 acres, $6,400; N.Y.

Chase Wm. H.; Sec 29; New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Va. 1822; owns 120 acres.

Church Henry; Sec. 20; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Ill.; 200 acres.

Clink I. N.; Sec. 26; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born Pa. 1831; owns 240 acres, $7,200.

Craft John W.; Blacksmith; N. Bedford; born Hunterdon Co., N.J., April 24, 1834; came to this Co. 1869; was in the 8th Reg. N.J.V.I. two years under Hooker; was at the battles of Williamsburg, seven days before Richmond, two days Bul’s Run; discharged on account of typhoid fever; re-enlisted after two years in 2d N.J. Cavalry, Co. M, under Grierson, was with him in his famous raid through Mississippi; discharged in Aug. 1865; wife was Rosina Zellars, married in 1862; eight children, two boys and five girls living; Dem; Meth.

Cramin Mrs.; Sec. 35; P. O. Walnut; born Germany; 60 acres, val. $2,500.


 

Dahl, E.; Sec. 16; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Ind; born Germany; 50 acres.

Dearbon David; P. O.N. Bedford; Dem; born N.H. 1801.

Dixon David; farmer; Sec 27; P. O. Walnut; born in Fayette Co., Pa. April 16, 1824; has been School Director for three years; has a family of five children all living; owns 20 acres, valued at $600; Dem; Meth.

Dost John; Sec. 3; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Vt.; born in Germany; 90 acres $4,500.

Draper Franklin; Sec. 33; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; farmer; Rep; born Vt. 80 acres, $4,000.

Draper Dennis; Sec. 33; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Vt. 80 acres, val. $4,000.

Draper James H.; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Vt.; 100 ac. Val. $5,000.

Draper J. M.; Farmer, Sec. 33; P. O. New Bedford; born in Bennington Co., Vt. Dec. 5, 1817; came to this county in 1846; Rep; Meth; 435 acres, value $17,400; holds the office of School Director now, and has held the offices of Town Clerk, Collector and Assessor, School Trustee, and Read-master; wife was C. M. Upham, born in Bennington Co., July 23, 1820; married July 1, 1838; seven children.

Dutton John; Sec. 28; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ill.; 80 acres, $2,400.


 

Emery John W.; Sec. 25; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep born Maine; 120 acres, val. $7,200.

Errickson John; Sec. 28; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; from Sweden.

Evans M. A.; Sec. 25; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born Maine; 120 acres, value $4,800.


 

Finley Joseph; New Bedford; harness maker; Rep; Ind; from Mo.; 16 acres, $1,000.

Force Sam; New Bedford; blacksmith; Rep; born Indiana, 1853.


 

Gibons J.; Sec. 16; P. O. New Bedford; farmer, Dem.

Gibson Joseph; sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ill; 160 acres.

Gibson John; Farmer, Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; born in Gayland, New Yor, Jan. 26, 1829, came to this county in 1851; Rep; Christian; owns 364 acres; value $11,000; held the office of School Director two terms; wife was Hester Ann Lathrop, born in Selby Township, Bureau Co., Ill, Aug. 23, 1836; married March 20, 1854; two children, Clara Emma and Clarence; father kept hotel in Princeton several years; mother died in Princeton, Sept 6, 1847.

Griffin Alfred; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Ohio.

Griffin Jas.; Sec. 32, P. O. New Bedford; renter; Dem; born Ohio.


 

Hagan Patrick Sr.; Sec. 19; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; born Ireland; 440 acres.

Hall A.; Sec. 33; P.O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; born Ill. 1854; 95 ac. Val. $3,800.

Hall Alfred; Sec. 29; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; from Indiana; 80 ac. $4,000.

Hall James; Sec. 29; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born in Ohio, 1834; 86 ac. $4,3000.

Hall James; Sec. 29; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep Ind; from Indiana; 75 ac. $3,500.

Hall John; Sec. 21; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; dem; Ind; born Ill; 66 ac. Val. $1,980.

Hall Justus; Sec. 20; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; from Indiana

Hall Nancy Mrs.; Sec. 20; P. O. New Bedford; born Indiana; 40 acres, $2,000.

Hall W. H.; Sec. 17; P.O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; born Indiana; 100 ac. $4,000.

Hamilton Simon; Sec. 31; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ohio, 145 acres.

Harris Eli; Sec. 11; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born Ohio, 1827; 81 acres val. $2,000.

Hastings O. H. P.; Farmer; Sec. 16; P. O. Walnut; born in New York, Dec. 10, 1815; was in California four years, Wisconsin three years; came to La Salle Co. In 1839; came to Bureau Co. In 1856; and lived here since; first wife was Mary Inman, born in New York, Aug. 6, 1815, died Nov. 20, 1856; second wife was D. L. McNitt, born in Bureau Co. Maarch 3, 1848, married Feb. 9, 1863; he had twenty children, twelve by first wife and eight by second wife, one boy and ten girls living; Dem; Ind; owns 40 acres; val. $1,600.

Hay A. W.; New Bedford; merchant; Dem; born in New Hampshire, 1850.

Hay W. L. & Sons; Merchants; New Bedford; Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes; own 360 acres of land, valued at $18,000, and an incumbrance on it of five thousand dollars; Dem.

Hill A. H.; Farmer; Sec. 34; P. O. New Bedford; born in Canada, Nov. 7, 1851, came to this county in 1863; Rep; Ind; 280 acres; $11,200; wife was Henrietta Briggs, born in Newark N. J., Feb. 6, 1852, married Dec. 18, 1873; Mr. Hill’s father came Canada in 1863, died July 2, 1871, from the effect of a concer on his foot; he held the office of Justice of the Peace; Mr. Hill held the office of Constable and Collector.

Hill Isaac; Sec. 25; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Canada; 160 acres, $8,000.

Hinkston Nelson; Farmer; New Bedford; born in Hudson, Summit Co., Ohio, Sept. 20, 1817; came to this county Sept. 19, 1863; Rep Ind; 163 acres, $5,500; village property, $4,000; holds the offices of Treasurer and Highway Commissioner, and was School Director two terms; first wife was Mabel Clark, born in Lenox Co., Ct., Sept. 16, 1813; died in Ohio, Sept. 1, 1867; second wife was Mary C. Whittington, born in Ashland Co., Ohio, March 28, 1847; married March 14, 1868; his son, Elmer H. Was in the 7th Ohio Reg. Vol. 1 Co. K; was in thirty-five hard-fought battles; was wounded at Chancellorville, and received a mortal wound at Ringgold, from which he died at Chattanooga, Jan. 21, 1864.

Hollis E. D.; Farmer; Sec. 11; P. O Walnut; born in Ontario Co., N.Y.; has a family of nine children, all livng; came to this county in 1844; owns 244 acres, valued at $12,200; Rep.

Humphrey Wm.; Sec. 19; P. O. New Bedford; farmer, interest in an estate; Rep; Ind.

Immel Conrade; Sec. 13; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born in Germany 1852.

Immel John; Sec. 13; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born in Germany 1807; 400 acres.

Immel Justice; Sec. 13; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born Germany 1846.


 

Jackson Freeman; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Ill; 245 acres.

Janes A. H.; Farmer; Sec. 12; P. O. Walnut; born in Hampshire Co., Mass. Jan. 6, 1811; has lived in this county since 1836; has nine children living; two dead; belongs to the Christian Church; has 80 acres of land, valued at $4,000; Rep.


 

Kewley Jas.; Sec. 7; farmer, rents 40 acres; Dem; Meth; from Isle of Man.

Kewley James; Sec. 8; P.O. New Bedford; brick-maker; Rep; Ind; born Isle of Man.

Knight Alonzo; Sec. 2; P.O. Walnut;farmer; 166 acres; $8,000.

Kolp J. W.; Sec. 29; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born in Ill. 1852; owns 120 acres.

Kruse E.; Sec. 3; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Meth; born Germany; 95 acres, $4,500.


 

Langford Jackson; Sec. 10; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in Ill, 1848; 80 acres.

Langford John; Sec. 10; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in Ill 1855.

Lathrop N. A.; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ill; 80 ac. $2,700.

Lattimer Almon; Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born in Canada 1848.

Lattimer Dan; Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born in Canada 1846.

Lattimer James; Sec. 24; P. O. Wlanut; farmer; Dem; born in Canada 1851.

Lattimer Wm.; Farmer; Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; was born in Scotland in 1821, came to this country in 1853; has a family of eight children, five boys and three girls; owns 160 acres, valued at $7,200; Dem.

Lawson Andrew; Sec. 29; P. O. New Bedford; renter; Rep; Luth; born Sweden.

Lawson John; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; renter; born Sweden.

Lemke Louis; Sec. 13; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Luth; born Denmark; 80 acres, $3,600.

Limerick Alex; Sec. 32; P.O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ill.

Lockard H. D.; Sec. 32; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; U. Breth; born in Ohio, 1815.

Lockard James W.; Sec. 32, P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep: U. Breth; born in Pa. 1801.

Lockard Thomas; Sec. 31; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Ohio; 40 acres, $1,200.


 

Martin A. L.; at college at Valparaiso, Ind.

Martin Chas.; Sec. 34, P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in N. Y. 1827; 444 acres,

McDonald Martha J.; wife of Thomas McDonald; Sec. 15; P. O. Walnut; born in Whitley Co. Ky. April 8, 1820; moved to Indiana 1827, and located at Leepertown in this county in 1829; was here during the Black Hawk War; was obliged to leave the farm three times on account of the Indians; understood the Indian language well; during the year of the big snow went without bread for eight weeks; her father owned the first mill in the county, and her sister, Mrs. Nancy Routh, the first one married; her sister, M. A. Perkins was the first child born in the coutny; married June 25, 1840; five children; four boys, one girl; Louis R. Died in the army at Vicksburg, March 10, 1864; Meth.

McDonald P. C.; Farmer; Sec. 15; P. O. Walnut; born in Palestine Grove, Lee Co., Ill., March 16, 1843; came to this county 1847; went to Montana Ter. In 1864, followed mining, freighting and farming there during three years; farmed here since; Rep; Meth; owns 680 acres, value $20,400; wife was Miss S. J. Langford, born in Walnut, Bureau Co., March 12, 1847; married March 12, 1868; tow children, George and Bessie.

McNitt Ellijah; Farmer; Sec. 16; P. O. Walnut; born in Cayuga Co., N. Y., Aug. 13, 1822; went to Niagara Co. 1824, to Sandusky Co. Ohio, 1841, and to this county in 1842; lived here since, except three years in Lee Co; Road Supervisor now, and held the offices of Supervisor, Town Trustee twelve years, Treasurer twelve years; wife was Francena Montgomery, born in Sciota Co. Ohio, Dde. 25, 1828; married Jan. 1, 1845; twelved children, four boys and seven girls living; Dem; Materialist; 176 acres, val. $3,000.

Martin C. H.; Sec. 17; P. O. New Bedford, farmer; Dem; Ind; 107 acres val. $3,210; born in Ill.

Martin J. S.; Sec. 3; student; studying law at Iowa City, Ill.

Martin Lester; Sec. 34; P. O. Walnut; teacher; Rep; Ind; 80 acres, val. $5,400; born Ill.

Martin Wm.; New Bedford; merchant; Rep; Meth; 80 acres; $2,,400; born N. Y.

Martin Wm.; P. O. New Bedford; merchant; Rep; born N. Y. 1817; owns 400 ac. Val. $8,000.

Marvin Chas.; Sec. 26; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Re[; Ind; born New Hampshire.

Marvin E.; Sec. 36; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Ind; 220 acres; $11,000; born Vermont.

Marvin Jem.; Sec. 36; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Ind; 40 acres; $2,000; born N. H.

Maxfield A.; Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; renter; Rep; Ind; born Pa.

Mayall J.; Sec. 16; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Ind; 112 acres; $3,360; born Maine.

Melvin Orville; New Bedford; blacksmith; Rep; born in Canada in 1848.

Meek R.; Sec. 10; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; 255 acres val. $10,200; born in Ohio in 1816.

Melvin R. J.; Sec. 30; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; born Pa.; ows 309 ac. Val. $15,450,

Meek Samuel; Sec. 10; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born in Ill. 1850.

Merritt Edwin; Sec. 3; P O. Walnut; renter; Dem; Ind; born Pa.

Montgomery John S.; Sec. 11; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in Ohio; 80 ac. $4,000.

Montgomery T. D.; Farmer; Sec. 17; P. O. Walnut; born inSciota Co. Ohio, Dec. 15, 1827; came to this Co. In 1844; Dem; Ind; 120 acres val. $2,800; holds the office of School Director; was in the army Co. B 64th I.V.I.; enlisted Sept. 1861; was with Pope at the batt of Island No. 10 and Iuka, and under Rosecrans at Corinth and other engagements, discharged 1863 on account of ill health; wife was A. A. Hastings; born inLaSalle Co. July 20, 1829; married May 24, 1858; four children, one boy and three girls.

Munger A. A.; New Bedford; druggist clerk; Rep; born in N.Y., 1852.

Munson B.; Sec. 27; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in Sweden 1840; 160 ac. Val. $6,400.

Murphy Martin; Sec. 26; P. O. Walnt; Rep; Ind; born Indiana.


 

Omaley P.; Sec. 35; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; born in Ireland; 60 ac. Val. $2,400.


 

Paiser Wm.; Sec. 14; P. O. Walnut; renter; Rep; Ind; born Germany.

Peckham Jas.; Sec. 6; P. O. Tampico; from England; owns 120 acres, valued at $3,000.

Pierson John; Sec. 33; P. O. New Bedford; renter; Rep; Luth; born Sweden.

Preston Harvey; Sec. 26; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; born Pa. 1845.


 

Quigg T. J.; Sec. 7; P. O. Tampico; farmer; Dem; from Ireland; owns 140 acres, val. $3,800.


 

Reinhard Joseph; Sec. 7; P. O. Tampico; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Pa.

Renner Chris; Sec. 7; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; 40 ac. $1,200, born Pa.

Renner Geo.; Sec. 7; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; 80 acres, $2,000; born Pa.

Renner Wm.; Sec. 7; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; 65 acres, $1,800; born Pa.

Rose John; Sec. 20; P. O. New Bedford; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ill.

Rose Kyler; Sec. 17; P. O. New Bedford; laborer; Rep; Ind; born Ill.


 

Schon M.; Sec. 2; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Meth; 83 ac. $4,000; born in Germany.

Schwab D.; Sec. 13; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Luth; 160 acres, $7,200; born in Germany.

Sample Geo.; Farmer; Sec. 12; P. O. Walnut; born inCanterbury, Windham Co. Conn. August 12, 1847; lived in Middlesex Co. Four years; came to this Co. In 1856; owns 203 acres of land, valued at $15,225; Republican.

Sample John; Sec. 12; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born Conn. May 11, 1836; 204 ac. $8,160.

Seargeant Geo.; Sec. 1; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; born in England; 120 ac. $4,800.

Seger Andrew; Sec. 12; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N.Y.; 120 ac. $5,400.

Sells F. B.; Sec. 30; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Dem; Chris; born Ohio; 120 acres, $4,800.

Sells T. M.; Farmer; Sec. 30; P. O. N. Bedford; born in Indianapolis, Ind. March 16, 1836; came to this Co. 1846; Dem; Ind; 104 acres, $4,000; hold the office of School Director; wife was Miss Paulinia Odell, born in Cass. Co. Michigan, March 11, 1837; married Nov. 19, 1857; five children, three boys, two girls.

Shepard Mark; Sec. 34; P. O. N. Bedford; renter; Rep; born Ill.

Shinnisnan John; Sec. 2; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Meth; born Ger.; 83 ac. $4,000.

Stanley John; P. O. Walnut; Rep; Meth; born Maine.

Starks Thomas; Sec. 32; P. O. N. Bedford; painter; Dem; Ind; born Ohio.

Stevens John; Sec. 24; P. O. Walnut; renter; Rep; Ind; born England.

Swann S.; Sec. 28, P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; from Sweden; 60 acres.


 

Thomas Noble; Sec. 32; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; born Ill; 66 acres.

Tubbs Amos; Sec. 20; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; Meth; born Ohio; 10 acres $200.

Ulm John; Sec. 8; P. O. N. Bedfdord; farmer; Rep; Ind; born Ohio; 130 acres, $4,,000.


 

Vaughn John; Sec. 29; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Rep; Meth; born N. H.; 90 ac. $4,500.

Vic Fred; Sec. 2; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Meth; born in Germany; 149 ac.

Vick John; Sec. 3; P. O. Walnut; farmer; Dem; Meth; born Germany; 360 ac. $14,400.

Vickery J. H.; Sec. 35; P. O. N. Bedford; farmer; Dem; Ind; born Ohio; 310 ac. $10,850.

 



























 

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