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Pioneers Who Settled in Jersey County Prior to 1840
Nos. 126 – 152
From a collection made by Judge W. Pogue, Jerseyville.
These are scans from a photocopy of the photos from the Standard Atlas of Jersey County, Illinois Including a Plat Book of the Villages, Cities and Townships of the County, Chicago: Geo. A. Ogle & Co, 1916, page 69. If you are interested in a photo or photos, the Jerseyville Public Library lists this book in their collection. You may be able to contact the library and ask for an enlarged photocopy of the person(s) you are interested in. A large illustration of all these photographs is probably still at the Jersey County Historical Society.
126. L. S. Hansell; 127. Edward Miner; 128. John Reddish; 129. C. B. Fisher; 130. Samuel L. McGill; 131. A. D. Erwin; 132. Nathan Miner (in sulky); 133. S. L. Downey; 134. John Purcell; 135. Stephen M. Richey; 136. Oscar Hill; 137. Loyd Belt; 138. H. O. Goodrich; 139. John W. Vinson; 140. Charles Voorhees; 141. Isaac Snedeker; 142. W. W. Dabbs; 143. P. D. Cheney; 144. J. M. Finch; 145. J. L. Seago; 146. J. E. Cooper (with buggy); 147. John Brown; 148. Milo Landon; 149. Charles Jackson; 150. Daniel Seago; 151. C. M. Hamilton; 152. H. N. Belt