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County Poor House - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  County Poor Farm, 170 acres
 160 acres, NW, & 10 acres NW, NW, NE of Section 36,
 Twp-69-N, R-37-W, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa.
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1902 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!   1930 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!   1965 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!   1985 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!   2005 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  

 Page County Poor House Census records 1880 1900 1910 1920 1930

Poor Houses - Poor Farms - County Farms - Potter's Fields
All of these terms were used throughout the years for the place of residence and the burial locations of folks who were indigent and therefore dependent on the community for their care and welfare. Some of these individuals were simply unable to make a living any longer and had no family to care for them, while others were criminals or outcasts for one reason or another. Poorhouses were residential institutions to which people were required to go if they could not support themselves. They were started as a method of providing a less expensive (to the taxpayers) alternative to what we would now days call "welfare" - what was called "outdoor relief" in those days. People requested help from the community "Overseer of the Poor" (sometimes also called a Poor Master) - an elected town official. If the need was great or likely to be long-term, they were sent to the poorhouse instead of being given relief while they continued to live independently. Sometimes they were sent there even if they had not requested help from the Overseer of the Poor. That was usually done when they were found guilty of begging in public, etc. People have always felt obligated to honor the dead with a decent burial. Due to this, potter's fields were set up in most counties and states as a place to bury those who were indigent, "unbefriended", and those who had died as criminals. See more about this subject along with lists of cemeteries and databases of some of the folks who are buried in them at: Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: The Poorhouse Story

Biographical History of Page Co., Iowa 1890 - Click on Thumbnail for More Info.  PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
     There was but little of importance took place in the County Court throughout the years 1859 and 1860. January 1, 1861, found a new era ushering itself in on the management of coilnty government all over Iowa. The previous Legislature had enacted a new law, by which a Board of County Supervision took many of the former duties and responsibilities of the County Jndge, who had been sole ruler of his people! Under this law, each township in the county was entitled to a representation by a member of the board. Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [1890-Page 263]

 POOR FARM. Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [1880-Page 429]
Asylums for the poor, the disabled and the unfortunate, are peculiarly christian institutions, it has been said, and they become more common with the growth of civilization. None of the heathen nations, Rome, Greece or Macedon, in their times of greatest wealth and power, ever established any public institutions for the relief of the destitute, but in this age a state, or even a county of any considerable size or prosperity, would be considered far behind in all the elements of progress unless some provision was made for the care of paupers and other unfortunates. Page County has been remarkably free from abject poverty, but nevertheless has been diligent and generous in providing a place for those too poor to have any other. Care is taken to make the institution adapted to its purpose and to keep it always in good order.

1902 County Poor Farm - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo! The farm was purchased in April, 1878, and consists of 170 acres of fine land. It lies adjacent to the town of Clarinda on the west, about one-half mile from the corporation line. Ever since the farm was purchased it has been under the supervision of Mr. G. L. Shaul, and a more accomplished man for the place it would have been hard to have found. Since the land was purchased by the county it has been improved and arranged with the express purpose of making all the buildings permanent and the entire surroundings adapted to the purpose for which the farm was purchased by the county.

The following shows the amount of warrants issued and cancelled on the "Poor farm" fund from the time it was purchased by the county in April, 1878, to January 1, 1880:

 Poor Farm,  $5,280.85
 Poor House,  $3,247.00
 One span Mules,  $225.00
 One span Horses,  $250.00
 Grain,  $114.69
 Stock,  $163.10
 Harness,  $69.00
 Farming Implements,  $170.00
 Bedsteads,  $6.50
 Sewing Machine,  $40.00
   ----------
 Total,  $9,506.14

There was paid out of the county fund for stock, improvements and expenses for the "Poor Farm", in 1878, $1,488.05, and in 1879, $2,542.59, making the total amount paid for the "Poor Farm", with buildings, improvements, stock and expenses, $13,537.68. The whole amount of warrants issued have been paid off and cancelled.

The expenses of the farm, for the twenty-two ]22] months ending January 1, 1880, and the products of the farm for the year 1879, were as follows:

1880 Expenses of Poor Farm, 22 months 1879 to 1st Jan 1880, Page 430 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!      1880 Expenses of Poor Farm, 22 months 1879 to 1st Jan 1880, Page 431 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!      1880 Expenses of Poor Farm, 22 months 1879 to 1st Jan 1880, Page 432 - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!     

At the June 1877 session the Board of Supervisors had the "Poor Farm" matter under advisement and concluded to submit the same to the people. The proposition was to levy a two-mill tax, by which to raise $10,000 and with it purchase and improve a farm upon which to provide for the county's unfortunate poor. At the election determining the matter the vote stood 678 to 947, in favor of the measure.

At the June 1879 session that year Gilbert L. SHANE, 43yrs, the Steward of the "Poor Farm", rendered the following report to the board, which was for fifteen months ending June 1, 1879. Amount produced:

 Corn (eighty acres),  2,000 bushels;
 Potatoes (three acres),  275 bushels;
 Sweet Potatoes,  five bushels;
 Turuips,  fifteen bushels;
 Beans,  five bushels;
 Grass Seed,  twenty-five bushels;
 Hay,  twenty-five tons.
 Butter and Eggs,  sufficient for supply of "Poor Farm" purposes.
 Amount expended,  $1,533.40
 Amount of stock on farm  $824
 Farm Implements  $369
 Furniture and Bedding  $323
 Inprovements Made  $230

    1880 Census     

U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: County Poor Farm:
 1880 Census, Enumerated Date: 3rd July, 1880, by: T. EVANS
 Section 36, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T009_359; Page: 411A; Enumeration District: 153; Image: 0002; F-Visit:# 090]
Pg. F.V. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 411a  090  Gilbert  L.  SHAUL 43   1837  MO  H/H Farmer $0  F-b. OH. M-b. KY.
   Wife  Sarah E.  (Unk)  SHAUL 30   1850  OH  m.6yrs G.L., in 1874  F-b. OH. M-b. OH.
 #1.  1stDau  Mattie  E.  SHAUL  1875  IA  At Home!  F-b. MO. M-b. OH.
 #2.  2ndDau  Ella    SHAUL 7/12   1879  IA  At Home!  F-b. MO. M-b. OH.
   Servant  Rosa  S.  STEWART 13   1867  IA  Attended School  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
County Poor House Inmates Start at line 23!
 23  Inmate  Effy  J.  BREMER 17   1863  IL  No Occupation  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 24  Inmate  William  G.  BREMER 12   1868  IL  No Occupation  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 25  Inmate  Olive  T.  DUNN 17   1863  IA  No Occupation  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 26  Inmate  John  J.  DUNN 2/12   1880  IA  b. May  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 27  Inmate  George    HAGERTY 15   1865  MO  Attended School  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 28  Inmate  Wiliam    REUCHAL 17   1863  IA  Idiotic, No School?  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 29  Inmate  Roda  A.  STEWART  1871  IA  (Sister of Rosa S.?)  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 30  Inmate  George  W.  BREMAR 5/12   1879  IA  Son of Effy J.?  F-b. N/A M-b. IL
 The Poor House, had only 8 Children listed?, none over the age of 17yrs, No Adults?
 Only 2 went to School?

Click on Thumbnail for REF#  History of Page County, Iowa. ~ 1880
 By Iowa Historical Company, Des Moines
 George S. SHAWL, on Page 715
 George S. SHAWL, farmer and steward of the county poor farm, section 36; born in Knox county, Missouri in October, 1846. When he was three months old his parents came to Iowa , locating in Wapello county. He came to Page county in 1876, and assumed the conduct of the poor farm. His first term giving general satisfaction, he was retained for a term of three years. He is a successful farmer and a good financier

     Board of Supervisors of 1881: J.W. Turner (chairman), C.A. Johnson, and Peter Seisher.
The first business attended to by the board of that year was, to appoint a commiittee to go to the poor farm and make an itemized inventory of all that belonged to the premises. The report was as follows:

 Farm $10,500 
 Horses $540 
 Cattle $890 
 Hogs $519 
 Poultry $44 
 Hay and Grain $840 
 Farm Implements $444 
 Household Goods $200 
 Sundries $245 
 Total valne $14,312 

     Board of Supervisors of 1883: P. Swisher (chairman), C. A. JOHNSON, and W.M. Alexander.
The only matter worthy of record in this connection for that year is the report made by P.B. Cain, steward of the Poor Farm, which gives the nurmber of paupers received each month, and number in the house:

 MONTH RECEIVED  IN THE HOUSE
 January 2 13
 February 2 14
 March 6 19
 April 1 13
 May 4 12
 June 2 10
 July 2 9
 August   9
 September 2 ll
 October   ll
 November 2 9
 December 9 17
One child born and one person died during the time included in the above report.

 THE COUNTY POOR FARM. Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [1890-Page 265]
 The thing of all others that distinguishes Christian from pagan lands is their charitable and humane institutions. In the old ancient kingdoms the poor as well as those unfortucate creatures who were born blind or dumb, or in any way maimed or impaired in a physical scnse, were cast out from society, or in some ages of the world put to death soon after birth. But to-day Christian civilization has builded homes and hospitals for unfortunates of all classes, and the same are kept at public expense. We have our deaf and dumb institutes; our colleges for the blind; our reform schools; our orphans' homes; our asylums for the feeble-minded; our soldiers' homes; our insane hospitals, and our homes for the erring and friendless; and last, though not least, we have establisihed in Iowa a system for caring for our unfortunate poor. They are not even like the almshouses of the East, but homes indeed for those on whom financial prosperity has not seemed to smile. We term them "Poor Farms" usually situated near the connty seats. Prior to the inauguration of this system the county provided, as best they could, for their [Page 266] poor people by hiring some one to board them, but finding this too complicated and expensive, they petitioned for the present [1890] poor-farm system. It was in 1878 that Page County deemed it prudent to purchase land for such a home for her poor people. By an act of the Board of Supervisors (after first lawfully submitting the question to the voters) 170 acres of land was purchased on section 36 of township 69, range 37, in the civil township of Nodaway, and is only a mile and a half west of Clarinda, the county seat. The county have erected suitable buildings, made proper improvements, and managed to make the place self-sustaining.
The following gives the expenses incidental to opening up the poor farm:

 Cost of Land,  $5,280
 Erection of Building,  $3,247
 Mules and Horses,  $475
 Grain and Stock,  $274
 Implements,  $170
 Sewing-Machine, etc.,  $50
 Making a Total of Cost,  $9,506

Much concerning the expenses in income from this farm, in connection with the poor, will be found in the chapter relating to the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors. The following is a transcript of the County Treasurer's Report, and will serve to show the present financial standing at this time:

1890 County Poor Farm, County Treasurer's report- Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!

    1900 Census     

U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: Hospital for Poor:
 1900 Census, Enumerated Date: 16 June, 1900, by Charles FULTON
 Section 36, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T623_452; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 94; F-Visit:# 196]
Line Rel. FName MName LName  Age  b.Mth  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 05  H/H  Robert    FULTON 53   Jul  1846  PA  Steward of "Poor Farm  F-b. PA. M-b. PA.
 06  Wife  Agnus  (Unk)  FULTON 50   Sep  1849  PA  m.32yrs Robt 1868, 4Ch, 4Liv'g  F-b. PA. M-b. PA.
 07  Son  Charles    FULTON 29   May  1871  PA  Farm Hand!  F-b. PA. M-b. PA.
 08  Dau  Anna    FULTON 19   Jul  1880  PA  No Occup!  F-b. PA. M-b. PA.
 09  Brd  Sherdian    HOSKINS 33   Aug  1866  IL  Single, Farm Hand!  F-b. IL. M-b. IL.
 10  Brd  Nancy    RODGERS 41   Jul  1858  MO  Single, Domistic!, No Read or Write  F-b. MO. M-b. MO.
21 People in the County Poor House, Inmates Start at line 11!
 11  Inm  Clement    JOHNSON 60   Oct  1839  NJ  Single,  F-b. NJ. M-b. NJ.
 12  Inm  Joseph    MURPHY 61   Oct  1838  IN  Single,  F-b. PA. M-b. PA.
 13  Inm  J.W.    ANDERSON 66   Jan  1834  IN  (*Black) Widowed, No Read or Write  F-b. France M-b. NC.
 14  Inm  John    STUCKY 44   Nov  1855  Unk  Single,  F-b. Unk M-b. Unk
 15  Inm  John    SPEAKMAN 50   Sep  1849  OH  Single,  F-b. VA. M-b. OH.
 16  Inm  A.H.    SHERMAN 54   Jul  1845  NY  Widowed,  F-b. NY. M-b. NY.
 17  Inm  Barney    SMITH 73   Feb  1827  OH  Widowed, No Read or Write  F-b. VA. M-b. PA.
 18  Inm  Nathan    GILSON 24   Apr  1865  WI  Single,  F-b. Irl M-b. OH.
 19  Inm  William    DUKESHIRE 73   Jan  1827  Can  No Read or Write, Immg. N/A  F-b. Can M-b. Can
 20  Inm  David    HONEYWELL 67   Jan  1833  PA  Married,  F-b. NJ. M-b. PA.
 21  Inm  Charlie    ADOLFSON 40   Jun  1860  Swe  Single, Immg. 1880  F & M-b. Sweden
 22  Inm  William    CASH 72   Jun  1827  Scot  Married, Immg. Unk., No Read or Write  F & M-b. Scotland
 23  Inm  Alexander    HINDMAN 80   Dec  1819  Ire  Widowed, Immg. 1840  F & M-b. Ireland
 24  Inm  Julia    HARDY 67   Unk  1833  NJ  Widowed, 0Ch  F & M-b. Ireland
 25  Inm  Patience    DECON 65   Unk  1835  Eng  Widowed, 0Ch.  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 26  Inm  Margaret    ESPLIN 63   Jan  1837  Sco  Single, Immg. Unk.  F & M-b. Scotland
 27  Inm  Liza    LOY 54   Jul  1845  MO  Single, No Read or Write  F-b. Germany M-b. TN.
 28  Inm  Hannah    HUNT 53   Unk  1847  Unk  Single, No Read or Write  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 29  Inm  Emma    BRITT 43   Unk  1857  Unk  Single, No Read or Write  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 30  Inm  Thorn  Lege  HECKLER 50   Unk  1850  Unk  Single, No Read or Write  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
 31  Inm  Lucille    CASH 53   Unk  Unk  Unk  Widowed, No Read or Write  F-b. N/A M-b. N/A
   

    1910 Census     

U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: Page County Almshouse
 1910 Census, Enumerated Date: 27th October, 1910
 Section 36, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T624_417; Page: 14A; Enumeration District: 0104; Image: 360; F-Visit:# N/A ]
Line Rel. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 01  Inmate  John    DUNCAN 65   1845  US.  Widow  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 02  Inmate  John    SPEAKMAN 63   1847  US.  Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 03  Inmate  August    SANQUIST 69   1841  SWE  Widowed, Immg. 1885  F&M-b. SWEDEN
 04  Inmate  Oscar    HAYDEN 65   1845  US.  Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 05  Inmate  Theodor    FAEISS 54   1856  US.  Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 06  Inmate  Martin    BLAKLEY 79   1831  US.  Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 07  Inmate  Jeremiah    SCOTT 76   1834  US.  Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 08  Inmate  Abijah    SHERMAN 60   1850  US.  Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 09  Inmate  William    CASH 82   1828  ENG  Widower, Immg. 1865  F&M-b. ENGLAND
 10  Inmate  Lizzie  (Unk.)  MAGBY 72   1838  US.  Widow  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 11  Inmate  Margaret    EPLIN 70   1840  CAN  Single, Immg. 1870  F&M-b. SCOTLAND
 12  Inmate  Emma    BRETT 52   1858  US.  Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 13  Inmate  Eliza  (Unk.)  LOY 57   1853  US.  Widow  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 14  Inmate  Lucinda  (Unk.)  PRIGGY 77   1833  US.  Widow  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 The Enumerator did NOT list where the Steward and Matron can be found?

    1920 Census     

U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: Hospital for Poor:
 1920 Census, Enumerated Date: 27th January, 1920
 Name of Institution: County Home, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T625_506; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 112; Image: 334.; F-Visit:# 001]
Line Rel. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 51  H/H  William  C.  FINLEY 59   1861  IL  Manager of "Poor Farm  F-b. OH. M-b. OH.
 52  Wife  Bell L.  (Unk)  FINLEY 56   1864  IL  Keeping House!  F-b. OH. M-b. IL.
 53  Dau  Florence    FINLEY 20   1900  IA  Book Keeper!  F-b. IL. M-b. IL.
 54  Boarder  Elmer    BRITT 22   1898  TN  Hired Man!  F-b. TN. M-b. TN.
 55  Boarder  Florence  (Unk)  BRITT 18   1898  IA  House Servant  F-b. Sweden M-b. IA.
18 ~ (13 Men & Women 5) People in the County Poor House, Inmates Start at line 11!
 56  Inmate  Augusta  (Unk)  REED 63   1857  GER  Female Widower, Immg 1871  F-& M-b. Germany
 57  Inmate  Emma  (Unk)  BRITT 60   1860  IA  Female Widower,  F-b. USA M-b. USA
 58  Inmate  Elizabeth    McDONALD 63   1857  Irl  Single, Immg 1887  F-& M-b. Ireland
 59  Inmate  Mary E.  (Unk)  McBETH 80   1840  US  Female Widower,  F-b. USA M-b. USA
 60  Inmate  Eliza    LOY 77   1843  TN  Female, Single,  F-b. TN. M-b. TN.
 61  Inmate  James  W.  ANDERSON 77   1843  OH  Widower,  F-b. USA M-b. USA
 62  Inmate  Peter    HOLEMBERG 77   1843  SWE  Single, Immg. 18??,  F-& M-b. Sweden
 63  Inmate  Isaac    INAUGHM? 77   1843  IL  Widower,  F-b. VA. M-b. KY
 64  Inmate  George  G.  WEAVER 69   1851  OH  Widower,  F-b. OH. M-b. US
 65  Inmate  Theodore    FARRIS 64   1856  IA  Single,  F-b. IN. M-b. OH
 66  Inmate  William    BURNSIDES 55   1851  OH  Widower,  F-& M-b. Ireland
 67  Inmate  James    HUGHES 58   1862  IA  Widower,  F-b. OH. M-b. OH.
 68  Inmate  Oscar    HAYDEN 72   1848  IN  Widower,  F-b. Ireland M-b. OH.
 69  Inmate  Edward    THRELKELD 63   1857  IA  Widower,  F-b. KY. M-b. IN.
 70  Inmate  John    PATTERSON 76   1844  IA  Widower,  F-b. OH. M-b. OH.
 71  Inmate  James    ARNETT 76   1853  MO  Single,  F-b. MO. M-b. MO.
 72  Inmate  George    HILYARD 63   1857  IA  Single,  F-b. PA. M-b. IL.
 

    1930 Census     

U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: Page County Home (Almshouse)
 1930 Census, Enumerated Date: 29th April, 1930
 Section 36, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T626_672; Page: 07b; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 447; F-Visit:# 144]
Line Rel. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 57  H/H  Harry  Chester  STOUT 46   1884  MO  Renter, Steward, County Home  F-b. IL. M-b. MO.
 58  Wife  Eliza O.  (Brownes)  STOUT 39   1891  IA  m.a18yrs, Matron, County Home  F-b. Conn. M-b. IA.
 59  Dau  Estelle  L.  STOUT 18   1912  IA  No Occupation?  F-b. MO. M-b. IA.
 60  Boarder  Hilda    WEHRKAMP 29   1901  IN  Single, Maid, County Home!  F-b. Germ M-b. IN.
 61  Employee  Carl  W.  GILLESPIE 33   1897  IA  Single, Farm Labor, County Home!  F-b. IN. M-b. IA.
 See E.D. 72-25, Page 11b for County Home of 26 "Paupers" [19 Men, 7 Women]
U.S. Federal Census  Name of Institution: Page County Home (Almshouse)
 1930 Census, Enumerated Date: 29th April, 1930
 Section 36, Nodaway Twp., Page Co., Iowa
 [Roll: T626_672; Page: 11b; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 454; F-Visit:# 233]
 See: E.D. 73-25 Completed ----->Officers & Employees listed Sheet 7B Lines 57 to 61 Inclusive
Line Rel. FName MName LName  Age  b.Yr b.St My Remarks  F-b. & M-b.
 51  Inmate  George    ANDERSON 78   1852  OH  Pauper, Married a27yrs  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 52  Inmate  William    DUMFEE 66   1864  NY  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 53  Inmate  Charles    EDGINGTON 77   1853  IA  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 54  Inmate  Selma  (Unk)  JOHNSTON 51   1879  SWE  Married a24yrs, Immg. 1890  F&M-b. SWEDEN
 55  Inmate  Anna    EDEN 61   1869  SWE  Pauper, Single, Immg. 1890  F&M-b. SWEDEN
 56  Inmate  Olive  (Unk)  FILLEY 90   1840  IN  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 57  Inmate  Charles    HAZELBAKER 75   1855  OH  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 58  Inmate  John  E.  HUGHES 68   1862  IA  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 59  Inmate  Frank    GOODELL 73   1857  IL  Pauper, Married a21yrs  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 60  Inmate  Rebecca  (Unk.)  KIRWIN 68   1862  IA  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 61  Inmate  Richard    LITTLEJOHN 72   1858  IA  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 62  Inmate  Elizabeth  (Unl.)  McDONALD 70   1860  PA  Pauper, Widowed  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 63  Inmate  Mary    PRICE 79   1851  PA  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 64  Inmate  George    SANDERS 47   1858  IA  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 65  Inmate  John    STINSON 79   1851  IA  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 66  Inmate  Andrew    SHOEBURG 75   1855  SWE  Pauper, Single  F&M-b. SWEDEN
 67  Inmate  Andrew    LARSON 74   1856  SWE  Pauper, Widower  F&M-b. SWEDEN
 68  Inmate  William    TRICKLER 71   1859  IL  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 69  Inmate  Irwin  P.  USHER 75   1855  IA  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 70  Inmate  William    BURNSIDE 75   1855  OH  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 71  Inmate  Mattie  (Unk.)  VAN WEY 71   1859  IN  Pauper, Widower  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 72  Inmate  Robert    WIGGINS 80   1850  OH  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 73  Inmate  Joseph    WILSON 75   1855  IA  Pauper, Married a23yrs  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 74  Inmate  Charles    WHITE 54   1876  IA  Pauper, Single  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 75  Inmate  Sarah  (Unk.)  DAY 75   1855  IA  Pauper, Widowed  F-b. US. M-b. US.
 


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