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An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota

An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota

Fonte : Internet Archive

An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota

An Illustrated History of Nobles County, Minnesota

Fonte : Internet Archive

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Dewey, Alfred Terry, James Thom, John De-Boos, W. B. Akins, 0. A. Fauskee, G. M. Plumb, G. T. Bulick, A.


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Two Hollanders, Jacob De Vries and Douwe Postma, were caught in the storm and froze to death,


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Bunn, Adaline Bingham, Sarah Humiston, Martha De Wolf, Susan F. Bennett, Miss Mary Bunn, Margaret Chamberlain, Hattie Smith, Harriet Smith,


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store, and the same season John De Boos and John Colvin started a hardware store. The partnership existed only a


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time., and after the dissolution Mr. De Boos continued the business.


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Horace Clemens, W. M. Bear, John De Boos and S. O. Morse and their successors in office were constituted a


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fall of 1891 John and Nick De Boer and James Ten Cate erected a second building and established a store,


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of Arena, Wis., daughter of John and Theresa (Gray) De Boos, early day settlers of Bigelow, now residents of Sibley.


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Bigelow May 24, 1888, to Louisa B. De Boos, a native of Arena, Wis., daughter of John and Theresa (Gray)


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general store and elevator of John De Boos, the pioneer merchant, which he held twelve years. He bought his present


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sold for $500 per acre. Anke De Boer was also born in Holland. She died in Cook county July 16,


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in partnership with his brother, Nicholas De Boer, and James Ten Cate, established the firm of De Boer & Ten


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John De Boer lived in Cook county, 111., until he came to Nobles county in


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Mr. De Boer was married in South Holland, Cook county. III., March 4, 1898, to


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Iowa, March lr.H7, to Julia De Boer, a native of Dol-ton, 111., and a daughter of John De Boer.


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111., and a daughter of John De Boer. To them have been born six children, as follows: Carrie (Mrs. Gerrett


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county and with John and Nicholas De Boer engaged in the mercantile business at Leota, where he has since made


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Feb. 20, 1894, to Minnie De Weerdt, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John De Weerdt, of Steamboat Rock, Iowa.


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daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John De Weerdt, of Steamboat Rock, Iowa. They are the parents of five children, all


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30. 1873, the son of John and Anke (Rieben) De Boer, deceased.


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county in 1892 and with John De Boer and James Ten Cate established the store at Leota, with which he


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(Rielvelt) Anker. To Mr. and Mrs. De Boer have been born six children: Angie, Minnie, Mary, Peter and Julia.


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Mr. De Boer was married in Chicago July 15. 1897, to Minnie Anker, a native


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and entered the employ of Harley De Wolf, taking the position of foreman of a hay crew, which he held


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Iowa, Feb. 26, 1891, to Kate de Graff, daughter of Frank and Jennie (Zorgendrager) de Graff, now living at Newkirk.


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25, 1878, the son of James and Julia (Casey) De Vaney. James De Vaney was born in Ripon, Wis., in


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and Julia (Casey) De Vaney. James De Vaney was born in Ripon, Wis., in 1857. There he lived until 1885,


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years of the life of Will De Vaney were spent in hfe native town. He then moved with his parents


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a cabinet maker and carpenter. Julia De Vaney was born in Ripon, Wis., in 1860.


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In 1897 Mr. De Vaney began work in the restaurant of Mrs. Eurine Biltgen, where he was


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Mr. De Vaney is a member of the Masonic, Knights of Pythias, Woodmen and Maccabee