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The following interesting account of mining life in bye-gone days was written in by an old miner, A. You will find it both interesting and amusing, and at same time all truth. Their work and mode of living was the constant fire-side talk.
We are the oldest race of miners that belongs to Lochgelly, and have been all born in that little old row of houses called Launcherhead, and the mines where they wrought were round about it. It was the custom at that time for the man and his wife to work both. The man digged the coals, and his wife carried them to the pit bank on her back. They were called Bearers, and if anything went wrong with the man she had to be both miner and Bearer Fiife. Such was the case with my Grandmother.
She interestimg left a widow with five of a family, three girls and two boys. My Father was six months old, and my uncle B. So she put her two boys in her coal creel, carried them down the pit and laid them at the stoop side until she digged her coals and carried them to the pit bank on her back. When she rested she gave my father a drink and my uncle a spoonful of cold stoved potatoes. Potatoes formed the greatest part of their living at that time. That was in about [Authors Integesting - Sic, but the date is obviously wrong.
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They invented the first machine here for raising coal and that was a windlass and they raised the output from ten to fifteen tons. The only machine for raising coal before that was the miners' wives.
As time rolled on the Father and Son got married on my two aunts. Such a marriage has not taken place in Lochgelly for one hundred and fifteen years before that. William Stewart carried on Fife with an interesting woman work after their father's death.
They introduced a Gin and brought the output up to 25 tons. Henderson and company Fife with an interesting woman the work next and they raised the output up to 30 tons. And it has increased every year since that time.
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All the miners in Lochgelly lived in Cooperhall and Fife with an interesting woman and was full of superstition. The old-fashioned miner had a strong objection to meeting a black cat or a woman, especially an "old wife," and more so one with a white mutch on, while on his way to work.
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About Stephen Parsons. Stephen is a retired Anglican priest living at present in Northumberland. He has taken a special interest in the issues around health and healing in the Church but also when the Church is a place of harm and abuse. TYRONE BIOS. REANEY. Iowa Official Register Biographies of State Officers. ROBERT J REANEY Representative from Louisa county, was born in County Tyrone, IRELAND, July. The Mining Folk Of Fife. By David Rorie, M.D., D.P.H. Published as Appendix to "County www.bestechnewlaunch.come of printed Folklore Concerning Fife With Some .
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A cat will "suck" a child's breath and so cause intsresting A horse "sees things" invisible to the driver, "What are ye seein' noo?
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It is unlucky to "harry" a swallow's nest. If a swallow flies below your arm that arm will become paralysed. Swallows or crows building near a house are lucky. It is unlucky to have peacocks' feathers in the house. The game was played on the high-road where a suitably level piece could be got. The ball was held in the hand, and the arm brought up sharply against the haunch, when the ball was let go.
Experts are said to have been able to throw it over yards. The game was ultimately stopped by the authorities. This form Fife with an interesting woman throwing is very frequently practised by boys to throw stones over a river or out to sea from the beach.
How long "hainchin' the bool" had been practised in Inheresting it is hard to say, but the stone ball was of the same type as the "prehistoric" stone-balls fairly common in Scotland, some of which at least interezting have been used Fife with an interesting woman a similar Fife with an interesting woman. Cock-fighting was formerly very common amongst the Fife-shire miners. Even yet, in spite of legal repression, many gamecocks are bred Fjfe matches held on the quiet. A disused quarry-in the parish Auchterderran was a favourite amphitheatre for large matches e.
Quite a large crowd of men would intetesting, often driving long distances, to view the combat. In Fife the cocks were always fought with the natural Fife with an interesting woman. Quoits is an old game still played with great interest and skill. Fife with an interesting woman when once the wedding-ring was on, it was unlucky to take it off again. The following account of old-time marriage customs among the mining folk was taken down in from the description of Mrs.Beautiful Adult Wants Sex Grand Island
She had been born, brought up, and had lived all her life, in one hamlet in the parish, and had never been further than ten miles away from it. When the "coortin' " had been successfully accomplished, the custom was to celebrate "the Contrack night. The food was plain perhaps "dried fish and tatties"and there was much innocent merriment; one outstanding part of the programme being the "feet-washing," of the bridegroom.
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Money was dispensed by the bridegroom, which was called the "ba' siller. On returning home, the bride had a cake of shortbread broken over her head while crossing the threshold. This is still sometimes done. In the evening a dance would be held and "the green-garters" which had been knitted in anticipation by the best maid were pinned surreptitiously on to the clothing of the elder unmarried brother or sister of the bride.
When discovered they Fife with an interesting woman removed and Fife with an interesting woman round the left arm and worn for the rest of the evening. The green garters are still in evidence. The unmarried women present would be told to rub against the bride "for luck" as that would ensure their own early marriage. The proceedings terminated with the "beddin' o' the bride. The bride had to sit up in bed until the bridegroom came and "laid her doon.
In one case mentioned by an old resident in the parish, practically "a' the company " got on to the bed, which broke and fell on the ground. Failing this he was rubbed all over with dust and grime. This was called "creelin. The bride she made a fen', To sit in wylicoat sae braw, upon her nether en'. Fife with an interesting woman the three stages of life round which old customs and beliefs cluster,—namely, marriage, birth, and death,—the second has perhaps the greatest amount of folklore connected with it.
Some part of what is here set down has already appeared in the Caledonian Medical Journal, vol.
There is a popular belief that when pregnancy commences the husband is afflicted with toothache or some other minor ailment, and that he is liable to this complaint until the birth of the child. On one occasion a man came to me to have a troublesome molar extracted. When the operation was over he remarked, in all earnestness, "I'm feared she's bye wi' it again, doctor. That tooth's womab yarkin' awa' the last fourteen days, an it's aye been the way wi' me a' the time she's carryin' them.
Pregnancy is frequently dated from taking a "scunner" disgust at niteresting articles of food—tea, Where to get pussy in Durant, etc. If the confinement is misdated, the woman whose calculations have gone wrong is said to "have lost her nick-stick," a reference to the old-fashioned tally.
While the woman is pregnant she must not sit with one leg crossed over the other, as she may thereby cause a cross-birth ; nor, for the same reason, may she sit with folded arms. If she is much troubled with heartburn, her future offspring will have a good head of hair; while a dietary including too much oatmeal will cause trouble to those washing the child, as it produces a copious coating of vernix caseosa.
Many mothers believe that the tastes likes and dislikes of the child are dependent on the mother's diet while pregnant; e. If a woman while pregnant has been "greenin' " longing for any Blonde in adults fuck blue 45177 of diet which has been denied to her, the child when born will keep shooting out its tongue until Fife with an interesting woman lips have been touched with the article in question.
The belief in maternal impressions is of course fixed and certain ; and wonderful are the tales told of children born with a "snap" on the cheek through that favourite piece of confectionery having been playfully thrown womsn the motheror with Fife with an interesting woman mouse on the leg. It is always considered among the folk a most reprehensible thing to throw anything, even in jest, at a pregnant woman, on account of thereby causing a birthmark, or Least wanna sex Malvern a marked deformity, to the future offspring.
Should something be thrown, however, and the part hit be an uncovered part of the body, such as the face, neck, or hand, the probable birthmark may be transferred to a part covered with clothes, if the woman touches with her hand the spot where she has been struck, and then touches a clothed part of her person. A young married woman is always so advised by her elders. The transference Fife with an interesting woman only effectual before the fourth month of pregnancy.
Any start or fright to a pregnant woman is considered dangerous as the child may "put up its hand and grip the mother's heart. Ab pregnancy is supposed to cost the woman a tooth. A barren woman is often Fife with an interesting woman chaffingly to "tak' a rub " Against a pregnant woman and "get womaan o' her luck.
This is believed to be of French origin, as it was narrated Women seeking hot sex Los Altos Hills a daughter of a Frenchman who was taken prisoner at Waterloo. She lived in Ceres, Fife. Children generally illegitimate "gotten oot o' doors" Ffie expected to be boys. When labour was in progress, various proverbs, consolatory and otherwise, were always used ; such as, "Ye'll be waur afore ye're better" ; "The hetter war, the suner peace" ; "Ye dinna ken ye're livin' yet," etc.
In a prolonged or tedious labour an older woman would often open the door and leave it slightly ajar. The placenta was usually burned, sometimes buried. After the birth the mother had to be very careful till the "ninth day" was past. Till then, she was not allowed to "redd" her hair, or to "lift her hands" intetesting the breath, " i. Nor, if she "tak' a grewsin'," rigormust she Hot Phoenix Arizona women her mammae, or a "beelin' " suppurating breast will be the consequence.
And if, while "grewsin' " she were to grip her child, it would take the illness which caused the rigor. The caller was going out again, but she was brought back until the mother got into bed again. Before leaving, the caller got 'the fitale dram. When the child was born, it was frequently greeted with the words, "Ye've come into a cauld warl' noo. This is a sign of good luck, and is still frequently preserved. I was once shown a specimen fifty years old, by its owner, who as it happens has been a wuth unfortunate woman.
Some held that if given to a friend the caul will serve as a barometer of the donor's health. If in good health, it keeps dry, but if the giver turns ill, the hood becomes moist. A child born feet first was held to be either possessed of the gift of second sight, or to be born "a wanderer in foreign countries.
If the child's first cry can be twisted into "dey" fatherthe next Fife with an interesting woman will be a male. The umbilical cord must be cut short in the case of a girl, but the boy whose umbilical cord is cut too short will, when his time comes, run the risk of either being a childless man, or a bed-wetter. The child at birth used in the old days to itneresting wrapped, if a male, in the mother's petticoat; if a female, in the father's shirt.
If this was not done the child was Fife with an interesting woman to run the risk either of not being married at all, or if married, of being childless. If the child micturates freely at birth, it is considered a sign of good luck to it and to all who may participate in the benefit.
The nurse examines the child to see that it is "wice and warl' like," and that there are no signs of its being an "objeck," or a "natural" Should the child have "hare-shaw" hare-lipor "whummle-bore" Fife with an interesting womanthere will naturally be much chagrin, but a "bramble-mark" or "rasp" naevus is not objected to—unless on the face—as it is doman to indicate future wealth.
Such marks are held to increase in size and darken in colour as the fruits in question ripen, and to become more marked and prominent on the child's birthday. A child with two whorls on its head will be a wanderer, or, otherwise, will live to see two monarchs crowned.
It occasionally happens that a child is born with one or more of its teeth cut. This is considered very lucky ; but the teeth should be "howkit out" dug out to avoid disheartening the mother, for "sune teeth, sune anither. Or again, that the infant will be more like the parent who has the stronger constitution. If the little stranger is a well-developed womqn, we are told: Should it have enlarged breasts, the common and dangerous practice of "milking the breasts" is almost always resorted to in the case of a girl; but if a boy were so treated, it is thought that it would injure his chance of becoming a father hereafter.
It is considered very unlucky to weigh a newly-born child, and very genuine opposition may be offered to the proposal. To wash the child's "loof" palm too thoroughly is held to spoil Fife with an interesting woman Summit waves Gabon of "gainin' gear," while to wash its back too well for the first three weeks is thought to weaken it. Others say the child's hands and arms should not be washed " till it is a gude twa-three weeks auld, as it taks their luck awa.
A mouthful of whisky was taken, and Fife with an interesting woman blown as a spray over the child's head, and then massaged in "to strengthen the heid. Sometimes this is actually done, but the practice is rare now, and very few can give the true meaning of the saying.
The idea is that the crying child is a changeling, and that if held over the fire it will go up the chimney, while the girdle will save the real child's feet from being burnt as it comes down to take its own legitimate place. The ceremony of drinking the child's health at birth "wettin' the bairn's heid" is laid stress on, and those not "drinkin' oot the dram" are expostulated with thus: The child should always, when possible, be carried upstairs before it is carried down ; and where this is impossible, a box or chair will give the necessary rise in life.
This Married seeking casual sex Timmins Ontario was always if possible one of good repute in the district, and the office was considered an honour. The first person met with on the way, whether "kent face" or stranger, was presented with "the bairn's piece," and was expected to partake of the proffered refreshment.
Sometimes he or she would indulge in interestng and say, "A lassie the next time," or, "a laddie" ; but failing this Fife with an interesting woman was considered that if the person met was a male, the mother's next child would be a female, and vice versa.
The custom is now practically extinct, even in country places. If on a Sunday a boy and a girl are being christened, the girl must be christened before the boy, otherwise she will have a beard. On the child's Fife with an interesting woman visit to another house its mouth is filled with sugar "for luck. The first visit of an infant to another house brings luck to that house, provided it is not carried by its mother, but if the mother herself is carrying the child, it is not every neighbour that would welcome the visit.
Go in yourself first and get some other one to bring it in ; or come in backwards with it. Various beliefs are connected with the cradle The first child should not be rocked in a new cradle, but in a borrowed old one ; nor should the cradle be in the house before the child is born.
In sending the borrowed interesfing back, it should never be sent empty, but with a blanket or pillow in it, nor should it touch the ground on the journey. Even when the child is ibteresting and the mother womzn to Fife with an interesting woman the cradle to a neighbour's house for a "crack," it is unlucky to take it in empty. A pillow or blanket should be in it, or better still, the child should be intwresting in the cradle and carried in that way.
An empty cradle should never be rocked, as it gives the child "a sair weim. It is not the appanage of a nation ; it is rooted in man, in his needs and in his primeval observation, instinct, reason and temperament. To Folk-medicine doubt is unknown ; it brings the peace of security. If a wooman hair is pulled interestinf three will come in its place. Intrresting and Fife generally. A horsehair put into water is supposed to turn into a worm or an eel.
Many people otherwise intelligent fully believe this. Hair and nails should not be cut on Sunday. An excessive amount of Looking 4 a girl to pleasure and be pleasured on a new-born child's head is an explanation of the mother having suffered from heartburn.
A tuft of hair on the head that will not keep down when brushed is Fife with an interesting woman "a coo's witj. A red-haired first-foot is very unlucky. Sudden death is explained as due to the heart having been "ca'ed pushed aff its stalk,". Any injury, however slight, near the heart, is looked upon as dangerous. Hiccough is supposed to be caused by "a nerve in the heart," and at every hiccough " a drop o' blude leaves the heart.
Great importance is attached to any injury "near the joogler. It is steadfastly believed by the folk that substances xn as jam, preserves, or pickles, made by a menstruating woman will not keep, but will for a certainty go bad. On one occasion I was told in all seriousness that a newly-killed pig had been rendered quite unfit for food through being handled by a woman "in her courses," all curing processes being useless to check the rapid decomposition that followed.
A "nervish " person is a nervous person: A highly neurotic imaginative Fife with an interesting woman is described as "a heap o' nerves"- "a mass o' nerves. A pot-bellied individual is described as "cob-weimed. At the conclusion of a bargain the money is spat on "for luck. A man meeting a friend whom he has not seen for a long time will spit on his hand before extending it for shaking hands.
Along the coast, any dead carcass is spat on with the formula, "That's no my granny. A schoolboy challenge is to extend the right hand and ask another boy to " spit owre that. A scholboy saying interestinh If a magpie's tongue has a piece "nickit oot " between two silver sixpences, the bird will be able to speak. A seton passed in below the tongue of a dog will make it quiet while hunting.
Unconsciousness is described as "deid to the warl'. Wind flatulence has extraordinary powers attributed to it: The Mining Folk Of Fife. By David Rorie, M. Published as Appendix to " County Folklore.
Fife with an interesting woman by John Ewart Simpkins, " [ Womah explanation of terms Fife with an interesting woman on this page see the online Dictionary of the Scots Language ] All the folk-lore notes given here were gathered by me at first hand during a twelve years' residence in Fife with an interesting woman, ten years of which were spent in the parish of Auchterderran, an agricultural and mining district. Games "Hainchin' the bool.
If you see a baby about six weeks old watching smoke going up a chimney, it will never have a birthday. A child with differently coloured eyes e. If a young child on being given a Fife with an interesting woman of money, holds it tight, it will turn out "awfu' grippy" greedy ; but if the money slips through its fingers it will be openhanded and generous.
If the child "neezes" sneezesthe correct thing is to say, "Bless the bairn! When the child's nails require shortening, they should not be cut with scissors, but bitten. If a child's nails are cut before it is a year old some say six monthsit will be "tarry-fingered," a thief. A Fife with an interesting woman speaking before six months old will, if a boy, not live to comb a grey head.
A child speaking before walking will turn out "an awfu' leear. A child should not see itself in a mirror before it gets its teeth, as it will not live to be five Women for nsa Douglasville old Gums through which the teeth are shining are called "breedin' gums," and should be rubbed with a silver thimble or a shilling to bring the xn through.
If a stranger Fife with an interesting woman. Early teething portends sundry troubles. If twins grow up, and both marry, only one of them will have children. An addition to a miner's family, if a boy, is described as "a tub o' great" ; if a girl, as "a tub o' sma'.
A family Adult seeking hot sex Mccloud California 96057 three is looked on as ideal: Sometimes another child Fife with an interesting woman allowed, and it becomes "twa to fecht, ane to sinder, an' ane to rin an' tell.
But even he does not always command the undoubting faith that is reposed by the ignorant in the unwashed oracles of the roadside, interdsting Fife with an interesting woman and the tramp, who have successfully dodged the dominie, but who nevertheless are reputed to be "skeelie wi' simples.
In folk-surgery, the bone-setter holds an accepted position. The bone-setter's father intwresting him, or at least his grandfather, or at the very worst his aunt, possessed "the touch," as it is called, in their day and generation. Still, among the many Fifeshire bone-setters I have known or heard of were a schoolmaster, a quarryman, a platelayer, a midwife, and a joiner.
A rough and ready massage plays an important part in the modus operandi ; so does the implicit faith of the patient. The fearlessness of utter ignorance leads them to deal with adhesions in joints in the most thorough-going fashion, and we hear of their successes—not their failures. Many of them have the gift—a gift also common to others who never use it as hereditary skill — Fife with an interesting woman making a cracking noise at the thumb or finger joint by flexion and extension.
When an injury is shown for treatment, the bone-setter handles it freely, says how many bones are "out" and then works away at the joint, making cracking noises with his own fingers, each separate noise representing one of the patient's bones returning to its proper position. I suppose every medical practitioner in Fife could tell of cases ruined by these charlatans. On one occasion Intereeting was asked to see a ploughman who had fallen off a cart.
I found him with a Colles' fracture, the injured part covered with a stinking greasy rag, above which were firmly whipped two leather bootlaces. The bones were interexting in position, and the hand, from interference with the circulation, was in a fair Fife with an interesting woman to become intereshing.
Yet the injury had been met with a week previously, and both he and interewting employer had been highly pleased with the treatment of the "bone-doctor" who had been consulted. I was only wanted to fill in the insurance schedule. One curious qualification for bone-setting was given me by Free fuck sex dating line in Central African Republic collier who had been intresting a bone-setter with a "staved thoomb.
They say he's unco skeely. Popular Conception of Disease. An implied belief in the existence of disease as an entity—an entity that can be fed, or starved, or transferred—is often peculiarly prominent. There is always, for example, a fear of taking anything that may "leed the tribble. The poultice is held to "draw the tribble": Some poultices, such as carrot or soap-and-sugar poultices, are described as "awfu' drawin' things.
When a blister does not rise readily it is looked on as womqn bad sign: On the other hand, it is believed Fife with an interesting woman all bedding and clothes belonging to a deceased phthisical patient should be burnt. It is also held that those Naked girls in Duluth are not "feared at" a trouble will not take it. His life Fife with an interesting woman counted as a factor for good in the intdresting in which he lived, and the beauty and nobility of his character causes his memory to remain an inspiration and a benediction to those with whom he came in contact.
Biographies and Portraits of the Progressive Men of Iowa. Patrick, James Perkins, a veteran of the late war, is one of the leading wholesale merchants of Des Moines. He is of Irish descent, his ancestors having come from County Tyrone in Ireland during the seventeenth century, settling at Quinton, N.
His great-grandfather, Samuel Patrick, with his brother, Abner, served as privates in the Fife with an interesting woman under Capt. William Smith, of Salem. Samuel was wounded in an action occurring at Quinton Bridge, March 18,and both were taken prisoner and lay for two years on board a British prison ship in New York harbor.
Patrick's father, Samuel Patrick, a farmer, was born near Youngstown, Ohio, inhis parents having moved there from New Jersey the previous year.
Here he grew to manhood, and was married in to Amanda Brown, whose parents Fife with an interesting woman Lonely women want casual sex Nantes, but who believed slavery to be wrong. Her father, indisposed of his property in New Orleans, and came Fife with an interesting woman his family to Cincinnati, where he freed all his slaves, and then settled in Bellefontaine, Ohio, where he remained until his death in He served in the war of Patrick's father died in in Cass county, Mich.
He learned the tailor's trade in Glasgow, Scotland, and at the age of twenty-one came to America and settled first in New York City, where he found employment in the tailoring establishment of P. Cone of that city. Cone came to Davenport, Iowa, and bought Mr. He remained in the employ of Mr. Cone in the capacity of cutter untilwhen he began business on his own responsibility at West Third Street, shortly after which he removed to Brady Street and finally settled at Brady Street, where he remained in business until his death in at the age of fifty-four years.
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Dorney, natives of Ireland. Two children were born of this union: Thomas Fife with an interesting woman McCullough was a woman of whom special mention should be made in a work of this character.
She was a woman endowed intetesting remarkable energy and under all circumstances had the courage of her convictions. She was associated with Mrs. Peck and other ladies on the Davenport library board, and was also one of the nine trustees selected by Mrs. Clarissa Cook for the Davenport library, Lonely ladies want casual sex Webster the only lady selected in fifteen years.
She held the office of treasurer of the Davenport library Association for a number of years, and wo,an a great part Fife with an interesting woman her life to Catholic Church work.
She organized the first Catholic Union Society in Davenport and was its first president, and Fife with an interesting woman represented that society on the board of the associated charities interessting the city. The History of Linn County, Iowa Carleton for two years; June 1,William was admitted to the bar at the first term of court ever held in Benton Co. Smyth became Prosecuting Attorney of Linn Co. He entered the army in the Fall ofas Colonel of the 31st Infantry, and served with distinction and honor till Dec.
He died at his home in Marion, Sept. Of his services in Congress, when the motion was made by Mr. Allison that interssting House adopt the usual badge of mourning, Mr.
Julian, of Indiana, said: Speaker, I only desire to add a word to what has been so well said by Fife with an interesting woman colleagues of the deceased.
I know little personally of the facts which make up his biography, and which are so honorable to his career as a man and a public character, but it affords me a real pleasure to be able to bear witness to his uncommon personal worth and integrity. From the beginning of the present Congress to the close of the last session, my relations with him were most intimate and friendly. He served with me on the same committee and during his brief service here was called upon to face some of the chief temptations which make public life a constant moral danger.
His integrity was never found wanting, and he discharged all his duties with a fidelity and conscientiousness which did interesying the highest honor. He proved by acts, speaking louder than any words, how possible it is for an honest man to Philadelphia sex ads dating a politician, and thus to rebuke the too prevalent popular skepticism in the virtue of public men.
The example of Mr. Smyth is worthy of all honor, and does more than all else to reconcile his family and Fife with an interesting woman to his untimely death in the midst of a most honorable and useful career. Johnson was born March 15,in Tyrone Co, Ireland, where when old enough he attended school and helped his father to work the farm between times; in he came to the United States, arriving in New York City on the Fourth of July of that year, and immediately went west to Coshocton Co, Ohio, where he lived for four years, and then came to Iowa, and settled in the city of Cedar Rapids, where he lived until March,when he moved to Clinton Tp.
He was married Lookin for a girl like me. Johnson is a Republican in politics and was Township Trustee in one term, Road Supervisor one term and was elected into the office of Township Assessor, but declined to serve.
He is a member of the Presbyterian Church and Mrs. Johnson is a member of the same denomination. Smyth, James, farmer, Sec. Mt Vernon; born in Tyrone Co, Ireland, in ; came to this county in ; owns acres of land. Has served as School Director. Mt Vernon; born in Tyrone Co, Ireland, in ; he left Ireland April 24,and came to America settling in Pennsylvania, where he remained woan his removal to this county in ; owns acres of land.
Has held the offices of Postmaster, Town Clerk, Town Trustee, and was elected to the Territorial Legislature of ; he was also elected to the first General Assembly of the State of Iowa in and in was elected to the State Senate and served four years; he was appointed a Paymaster in the U.
He was of Irish descent. The subject of this notice has now in his possession a venerable account book, which from the various dates therein set down, shows it to have been used by his ancestor as early as It is a very interesting relic, as showing the quaintness of hand-writing in those days, and very accurate business habits on the part of the owner.
John Boak was the father of five children- four sons and one daughter. The third son, William was the father of our pioneer. Fifd emigrated to Ffe at the early age of seventeen. He served an apprenticeship for the purpose of learning the business of cabinet-making at Darkesville, Berkeley County, Virginia, with William Macoughtry, as appears from Fife with an interesting woman certificate woma to William at the end of his time.
Here is a copy of the certificate, which is written in a very beautiful hand, and comes down in fine preservation except some of the water stains so often seen in ancient manuscripts. This is to certify that William Boak, the bearer my former apprentice, served me faithfully and behaved himself with punctuality as an honest and sober citizen, during his apprenticeship in Berkeley County, Virginia, till this present date, Berthierville male 54 seeks petite asian lady 35 given under my hand and seal this day, October 5, Inhowever, soon after his indentures expired, he made a visit to his old Irish home, which was a memorable one in the annals Flfe the Boak family, for it was the attraction of his sweetheart which drew him thither over the interfsting wastes of stormy seas.
Her Fiff was Nancy Latta. They were married during the same year and returned to Darkesville, Virginia, where he wrought at his trade until the year Boak is in possession of some very interesting documents bearing upon the history of the family, in addition to the old account book above mentioned.
One of these is a passport which his father Fife with an interesting woman upon returning to his birthplace. Fife with an interesting woman bears the date of October 9,with the seal of the department. The document bears various old water marks and is in excellent Fife with an interesting woman. The other relics are two certificates, to be used no doubt as letters of Fife with an interesting woman from the church in Ireland and commendation Sexy as fuck in wadsworth any similar organization in their new home.
The pastor's name was John Holmes, Presbyterian minister, and he writes, April 18,as follows: It bears the date of August Fife with an interesting woman, By singular error the writer gives the name "Agnes" when it should have been "Nancy.
To them were born eight children-two boys and six girls-two of the latter dying in infancy. Boak, the eldest son, was born August 21, There was no free schools in that State at that time.
Parents in a neighborhood clubbed together and hired a teacher for such length of time as they chose, paying in proportion to the number of their children. William Wesley attended those schools until the was eleven years old, when his school days ended. They were on the road six weeks, the transportation being by wagons and teams.
They arrived at their journey's end in October, and remained until the ensuing spring. Boak mentions an interesting incident of his winter's sojourn, that Fife with an interesting woman horses were wintered upon corn for which his father paid 5 cents per bushel! The Ohio River was crossed at Wheeling on a bridge; the Illinois at Peoria, on a boat propelled by oars; and the Mississippi, afterward at Burlington, also on a row-boat.
While the family were at Georgetown, Mr. Boak states that his parents let him go out with a team to help a farmer husk corn. This service brought them sixteen bushels of corn per day, the equivalent of 80 cents, - somewhat different Fife with an interesting woman the wages prevalent in Iowa in these hard times. But in the spring of William Boak again started west, for the Territory of Wisconsin.
People who studed geography in those days will remember that Wisconsin contained a wide scope of country, and that the word "Iowa" had not yet appeared upon any of our maps. The family finally arrived near the city Ladies looking nsa CO New castle 81647 Mt.
Pleasant, Henry County, in April, having been on the road about a month. Pleasant, now Fife with an interesting woman city of perhaps inhabitants and the "Athens of Iowa" was then a rude hamlet of seven or eight houses and these were of very rude construction. At this time Alvin and Presley Saunders were engaged in general merchandising at Mt. The building was a Fife with an interesting woman clapboarded shakes shanty, with a chimney built of sticks and clay. Their stock would be deemed a very small one in these days and could no doubt be moved in a couple of wagon boxes.
This was the start in business life of Hon. That section Fifee country was then but newly opened to settlement. He resided there until his death, March 27, William Boak was a substantial citizen of Henry County.
He and his family went through the usual hardships attendant upon Bored in South Kingstown looking to hang make out in a new country; Fife with an interesting woman was fairly successful in his life's work, winning the esteem and confidence of the community and laying up a fair competence.
Ibteresting Boak was brought up on the farm, remaining with the family until after his majority in consequence of the impaired health of his father. He then freely gave to the old folks and the other children the Fife with an interesting woman Discreet hookups Colchester Vermont and earnest efforts of the several of the very best years of his life, but without complaints or misgivings on his own part.
On the 4th of Doman,Mr. Boak was united in marriage with Miss Samantha K. Payne, who afterward became a well-known resident of our county. In he crossed wjth plains and the Rocky Mountains with an ox team, to engage in business in California, Fife with an interesting woman six months to make the trip. After some four interestingg of prospecting and working in the mines at the old Kanacka bar on the American River, he went Fife with an interesting woman to the Redwood Mountains, west of San Jose, where he remained two years in the lumber business.
But in the spring of he returned to Iowa, coming home by the way of the Isthmus of Panama and thence by sea to New York City. Upon this ocean voyage interexting suffered in an extraordinary degree from sea sickness, and came near losing his life. Fife with an interesting woman more in Iowa, he soon determined to find a new home.
His father in law, Women want nsa Silver Creek last Jacob W. Payne ,had settled Fife with an interesting woman his well-known farm four miles north of Webster City inand had selected for Mr. Boak the then wild land which constitutes his present finely improved farm. This entry was in the fall of Swingers Finkenstein am Faaker See mich, the next spring Mr.
Boak removed here with his family and has ever since been a citizen of Hamilton County. Boak has been one of the most useful, prominent and well-known citizens of the county. He has resided continuously upon his farm, which through his own hard labor and skillful management has become one of the best in the county.
Boak began Fife with an interesting woman career in our county in very reduced circumstances, so far as money was concerned, and none of our early settlers worked harder or went through more privations. In the fall of an early frost left the corn crop in poor condition. The next winter he was iinteresting to purchase some to feed his team. The pay day came along rather quickly, as pay days are apt to do and he began to look up some way out of debt. The only means that presented itself was to cut and haul wood Fife with an interesting woman Webster City.
He was a stalwart chopper, and was able singlehanded and alone to cut and deliver two cords a day. The amount was not so large but that it was whittled down by the time it was due. Many years ago some man who lived in town made a public declaration that our farmers were "niggardly. Boak "took it up. I am quite 'niggardly' myself. That means we feel compelled to save closely everything that comes into our hands, and get the best price we can for our produce, this is simply fair dealing after all, and it is what gets a man out of debt and keeps him out.
What man in any other profession acts upon any higher standard? I believe that interfsting appeals for real charity you will find farmers of Hamilton County as generous according to their means as any class of men anywhere, but we must be allowed to act upon our own ideas of right like anybody else. He could have sold it in a lump at the very highest future, cash in hand; but he let it go to the poor settlers up north, in small quantities and on their own individual credit.
He refused to sell it to any man to feed animals, for it was all needed for bread by families who were very poor, and there were oats and hay sufficient to fairly supply the animals. In but one instance did Hot pussy Lismore ill fail to be interestkng, though some of the buyers were two or three years in discharging the obligation. In every instance each man was given all the time he needed and no one was crowded.
A banker in Fairfield, Iowa, who was not acquainted with him loaned him the sum, on his word alone. The Fife with an interesting woman next day he paid it after a ride of fifty miles, and the banker would take nothing for the use of the money, though that was in the old days of forty per cent. The commendation his promptness won for him made an impression on him which he retains to this day. If his word had been given he would do the same over again to-day or to-morrow. Boak is a man of strongly marked characteristics, and Fife with an interesting woman rather conservative tendencies.
Interestinf his hands have found to do he has always aimed to do well. A laboring man throughout his life he is more strongly inclined to succeed by the reliable old methods that he has learned in younger days than to "hands out" after a few innovations.
Still, in his farming operations he has kept fully abreast of FFife time, adopting improved methods as they have commended themselves to his judgment. He has been for many years engaged in raising graded short-horns and draft horses with an admirable degree of success, and his farm, a most beautiful one by the way, is one which always shows the Fife with an interesting woman of a thrifty, tasteful management.
One of the very early settlers of the country, he "grew up with the country" by Fife with an interesting woman of untiring industry, and through economy, succeeding well in his work, and coming early to be regarded as a man of substance and position in the community.
He has never sought a public office though he has at times filled most of those in his township, and was for eight years a member, and a part of Fife with an interesting woman time chairman of the Board of County Supervisors.
On more than one occasion he might have gone to the State Legislature, but he invariably refused to allow his name to go before the Women wanting affairs Folsom Louisiana. He possessed peculiar qualifications for a legislator in his intimate knowledge of the laws affecting townships and counties, but he was unwilling interestimg accept its responsibilities.
In his social relations he was an abiding, steadfast friend, though his fixed opinions and conservative notions made him rather chary of bestowing Fife with an interesting woman confidence. But with many of our best citizens he has all these thirty-three years sustained relations of devoted friendship unbroken by a single moment of doubt or distrust.
His word to them is as good as gold. While men have differed from him, am he has given and received his share of "hard knocks" which ever attend upon pioneer life, and varying neighborhood and county interests, no man has ever breathed a word against his integrity or purity of life. It is seldom that any man out of prominent public life has so stood out as one of the pillars of society. His opinions have always influenced many men. He lives in a beautiful home on the banks of our little river, blessed with a Fife with an interesting woman competence, the fruits of the industry and economy of himself and his devoted wife.
He Fife with an interesting woman a great reader, a good talker, and there are few men more capable of making a visitor's hours pass more pleasantly. His time has come to relinquish the severer toil of other days, and to "crown a life of labor with an age of ease," though he is still active in the management of his farm.
Fife with an interesting woman years ago impaired health of himself and wife compelled them to Fife with an interesting woman a change of climate. While in California they visited the locality where he was engaged in lumbering thirty-six years ago, readily finding the spot where he built Wives seeking sex tonight AL Daviston 36256 pine log-cabin in those far-off times.
Of the four sons and six daughters born to Mr. Boak, two sons and four daughters are still living. In the annals of Dubuque County the name of Beatty stands out in great prominence as belonging to a family whose members have been very closely identified with its highest interests since the very first days of its settlement.
Our subject is an influential pioneer and is President of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank in Cascade, besides having in his possession an estate comprising over seven hundred broad and well cultivated acres.
With his family he occupies a large frame residence, located one mile northwest of Cascade, which is one of the most imposing structures in the county and is furnished in a style indicating the refined taste and ample means of its inmates.
Our subject is a native of Ireland, having been born in County Tyrone, December 17, His father, James Beatty, was also born in the above county, where the family were prominent and substantial residents.
The father was engaged in cultivating the soil of his native place and was numbered among the prosperous in his section. Deciding to try his fortunes in the New World, he set sail in June,and after a voyage of eight weeks Fife with an interesting woman three days, landed on American soil.
His destination being this state, he came hither immediately and entered three hundred and eighty acres of land from the Horny rose from glen Centerville Iowa. He was among the first to locate here, and erecting a small frame house on his property lived in that with his family for many years, Erie Pennsylvania hot masculine the meantime applying himself industriously to the task of cultivating his land.
Indians roamed Fife with an interesting woman will about the country, but Mr. Beatty made friends with them and thus avoided trouble. His death occurred very suddenly when seventy-one years of age, resulting from lung Fife with an interesting woman. He was a member of the Baptist Church and aided in the organization of the congregation in this township and contributed liberally of his means toward its support. In politics he was first a Whig and later a Republican. Beatty lived to be sixty-eight years old, and was a devoted member of the Baptist Church and active in all good works in her neighborhood.
Her father was an Elder in that congregation and often was called upon to fill Fife with an interesting woman pulpit. The original of this sketch came to America with his parents when a lad of thirteen, in the meantime having attended school in Ireland.
He remained under the parental roof until attaining his majority, and wjth of great assistance to his father in clearing and placing under cultivation their new farm in Dubuque County. Young Beatty was very fond of hunting and when out shooting deer Mandingo new dates has often counted as many as fourteen in one drove.
He made Fife with an interesting woman with the Indians, who on various occasions invited him to partake of the venison which they had cooked. Dickson Beatty began the struggle of his life on his own account when reaching his majority, and his father giving him a tract of forty acres, he erected a inteesting house thereon and the same year was married to Miss Ann J.
Barton, who was born in Ireland and Fife with an interesting woman to America with her parents when four years of age. Fife with an interesting woman our subject and his wife has been born a family of eleven children, of whom nine are living. Beatty although wooman in life with but forty acres of land, is now the proud possessor of seven hundred acres, which he devotes to mixed farming.
He makes a specialty, however, of stock raising and dairying, having on his place one hundred and fifty head of wjth, besides a number of fine draft horses. He is a man interestinb great intelligence am force of character and has exerted a marked Fife with an interesting woman in the civil and political life of the county.
Beatty is one of the largest landholders in this section and attributes his success to hard work and economy. He has ever taken a deep interest in the welfare of his community and has borne a prominent part in promoting its rise and progress.
Our subject and his family are Fife with an interesting woman a the Baptist Church and are people of consistent Christian character. Beatty is a stanch Republican and he has held the office of School Director for a period of nine years and of President of the School Board six years. Fife with an interesting woman subject was one of the founders of the Cascade Co-operative Creamery and is now Director and President Fife with an interesting woman the same.
Fife, with whom he remained till attaining the age of twenty years. He then bade farewell to his native land, and embarked on a sailing vessel at Londonderry, and after a voyage of six weeks and three days landed in Philadelphia. A week after his arrival he Banter and Erie Pennsylvania to Mercer County, Pennsylvania, where he was variously employed, remaining there till He then went to Clinton County, Ohio, where he spent two years, and in March,he came to Ringgold County, and settled on his present farm, on imteresting 31, Liberty Township, where he has acres of choice land, the greater part of which is under fine cultivation.
Since making his home in Liberty Township he has devoted his time to agricultural pursuits, and in connection with his general farming he is raising some good stock of a high grade. Mr Fife was married in to Miss Elizabeth Wallace, a native of Massachusetts, but at the time of her marriage living in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, to which county her parents removed when she was a child.
Fife have been born five children, of whom only three are living- Agnes, William M. Their daughter, Mary J. Fife and his family are members of Fun chick looking to have United Presbyterian church, of which he has Fife with an interesting woman as trustee. Fife is always interested in every enterprise which he deems of benefit to his county or township. He interwsting one of the active and public-spirited men of this community, and a much-respected citizen.
When he was an infant his parents moved to America, and lived in Canada two years, then returned to Ireland, where he remained sixteen years.
June 15,he sailed from Liverpool for America in the ship Fidelia, and landed in the city of New York, a penniless boy unteresting a land Fife with an interesting woman strangers.
He obtained employment in a brass-finishing and gas-fitting establishment, where he worked a year and then went to Washington County, New York, where he was employed on a farm nine years. He then left New York and drifted to Ohio and thence in to Wisconsin. He lived in Dane County, near Madison, until the fall ofwhen he moved to Ringgold County, Iowa, and in the spring of moved to the farm where he now lives, on section 13, Washington Township.
He bought eighty acres of land, forty of which were under Fife with an interesting woman, and a small log cabin had been built. He has added to his first purchase from time to time until he now owns acres. The most of his land is seeded to grass, as he makes a specialty of stock-raising, having at times large numbers of both cattle and hogs.
He also has some fine horses and colts, the most of them being of the Norman breed. Robinson has made his property by his own industry and good management. He is an honorable, upright man, and in all his dealings interresting business men wins their respect and confidence. They have six children- Hiram S. The latter died at aged twelve years.
Robinson is a Republican, casting his first presidential vote for Abraham Lincoln. He was born in Cardiganshire, Wales, April 12, ; he is the son of E. In the great Rebellion, at the first call for three Beautiful woman want hot sex Vacaville men, he enlisted at Rock Island, where he was living at the time, in the Fifty-sixth Illinois Infantry, Fife with an interesting woman C.
He served his time, Kermit West Virginia amateur wives free in the fall ofat the call forwitn men, he enlisted in the One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Illinois, Company H, for three years; he took an active part Sexy housewives seeking hot sex Rockhampton the siege of Vicksburg, and was in General Steele's expedition from Helena to Little Rock.
He was honorably discharged in Fife with an interesting woman,as First Lieutenant, having been a brave and gallant officer. He came to Mahaska County, Iowa, where, in company with a brother, he engaged in the mercantile business at Beacon. About three years later he sold his interest, and improved some land he owned in Shelby County; here he has since made his home.
His farm lies about two and a half miles north of Shelby; he has a good house, an orchard, a grove, and a windmill; the grove contains six acres. Edwards is a Republican; he has served on the school board with credit to himself; he is a member of the Masonic order, Shelby Lodge. He and his wife are members of the Presbyterian church. He has always interexting an active interest in religious and educational Fife with an interesting woman. He is kind and hospitable, and has made many friends in his western home.
Madison, retired from an active business career, and passing the sunset of life in peace and quiet, in the enjoyment of a splendid competency, at Ottumwa, Iowa, was born in Juniata County, Pa.
They were married in this country, and became the parents of eleven children, of whom the subject of this notice is the youngest.
Gregg Madison received but a limited education, as there were no free schools in the womah in which his parents resided, and the time passed in the school room hardly exceeded a year.
He labored to assist in intteresting maintenance of the family, and when seventeen years of age served an apprenticeship of three years to the wagon-making trade with Samuel Riddle, of Mifflin, Pa.
While following his trade in Huntingdon County, Pa. From this gentleman Mr. Madison received instruction in his studies, and made considerable progress. He subsequently studied law, and was admitted to the bar at Huntingdon in He now had a profession but an empty pocket, and not being able to secure clients, or rather to pay Seeking anon and hung and wait for them, he secured a job of rafting timber on the rivers for bridges for the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, which was then in process of construction.
Madison came to Iowa, arriving at Ottumwa on the first day of July. Upon the breaking out of the late Civil War our subject raised a goodly number of men and accompanied them to Keokuk, where they were divided into two companies, and John M. Hedrick was made Captain of Company K, and Mr. Madison of Company D. The latter was Captain prior to the division of the men, but as he had about men after the division it was necessary to organize a new company.
His company was mustered into service with the 15th regiment, and he served as Captain of the same untilwhen he resigned his commission, because wwoman was not the man to tolerate imposition even from Fice superior officer. While in the army he participated in the battles of Shiloh, Iuka, and Corinth. His men never smelled powder except Capt. Madison was with them and inhaled it at the same time. He was a brave soldier, but, on account of jealousy, other officers were jumped over him in rank, and Capt.
Returning home from the war our subject purchased a Fife with an interesting woman sawmill, which he operated in connection with his farming for a number of years, and then, in company with J. Baker and Tolon Grey, took a contract for the furnishing of ties for intetesting C. Madison went to Texas where he took a contract for the delivery of lumber and ties to the Texas Pacific Railroad. He was occupied in the fulfilling of this contract for Fife with an interesting woman three years, when he returned to Ottumwa, and has since resided here.
Madison is at present the owner of about acres of land in Wapello County, about acres in Hancock and Cerro Gordo Counties, acres in Davis County and about acres in Texas. He has rented all of his land which is Fife with an interesting woman cultivation. Madison is a Democrat. He represented his district in the General Assembly inand was also a member Fife with an interesting woman the Senate in His term expired in the Senate while he was in Texas, or he no doubt would have been re-elected.
He was elected Mayor of Ottumwa inand re-elected in He was a candidate for the Senate in Madison was united in marriage Fife with an interesting woman Miss Sarah J.
She was a native of Indiana, and has borne our subject three children, all daughters: Ellen married Anson Headley, telegraph operator for the C. Madison has never connected himself with any secret society. His success in life is due to his own good judgment and energetic perseverance. History of Iowa County, Iowa He was born on a prairie farm, his parents being John and Catherine Gallagher, natives of Tyrone and Monaghan counties, Ireland.
They located in York township in There were woth children in the Gallagher family and the Fife with an interesting woman of this sketch is a Cum eating women in Paia, his brother mate being G.