HISTORY
OF
MENARD & MASON COUNTIES, ILLINOIS
1879

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ALBERT VON HUGEL, farmer; P.O. Tallula; was born in Hanover, Germany, May 30, 1820; he came to this country in 1853, locating in Menard Co., Ill.; he began as a farm laborer, and, by economy and industry, saved up some money and bought a farm near Salem, which he improved, and, in 1869, sold it and removed to Tallula where he rented a farm for a time; he bought his present farm in 1872. He has twice married; first to Miss Rachel Rayman in January, 1857; she died in July, 1869, leaving two children - Mary and Mate; and, in December, 1871, he married Mrs. H. Spalda, of Springfield. They are enterprising and among the well-to-do citizens of the county.


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