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GEORGE G. SR. BANGHART

Cascade Protestant Cemetery
Dubuque County, Iowa
Uploaded 9/11/2011 by
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GEORGE G. BANGHART
BELOVED HUSBAND OF
ELIZA A. BANGHART.
BORN IN BELVIDERE
WARREN CO. NEW JERSEY.
FEB. 11, 1816
DIED AUG. 9, 1881.
IN HOPES OF A GLORIOUS
RESSURRECTION.
AGED 63 YRS. & 6 MO.

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Posted on Dec-28-2013 by CHERYL MOONEN
Merchant in Cascade; son of Wm. Banghart & Mary A. Sutton, born 2-11-1817, in Belvidere, Warren Co., N.J. He was married Feb. 11, 1838 (his 21st birthday), to Miss Eliza A. Bucknam, dau. of Caleb Bucknam, Sheriff of Oakland Co., Mich.; they had ten children. seven of whom are now living- George C., born April, 1839, died in August 1879; Carrie A., married R.J. McVay, a merchant in Cascade; Con't

Posted on Dec-28-2013 by CHERYL MOONEN
William J., grain-buyer, Cascade; Frank S., clothier; Henry J., merchant, Monmouth, Jones Co.; Oscar H., partner of his father in general merchandising; May L., in Rockford Seminary, ILL; Fannie V., now at home; two other children died in infancy. He has passed through several panics, but has in every instance paid one hundred cents on a dollar; he has been the subject of several accidents, Con't

Posted on Dec-28-2013 by CHERYL MOONEN
but escaped without serious physical injury; when his store was struck by lightning in 1852, and a keg of powder exploded, thereby blowing out on side of the store and doing $2,000 damage, he was writing at his desk and was temporarily stunned, & none in the building killed; he has been Supervisor several times and held other township offices; he has been identified with the entire Con't

Posted on Dec-28-2013 by CHERYL MOONEN
of Cascade; he is the largest stockholder in the Chicago, Bellevue, Cascade & Western Narrow Gauge Railroad, & has been Director from its organization and was at one time Vice President and Treasurer. He had aided in the erection of all the churches in the city. He has a farm of 800 acres in Jones Co., just south of and adjoining the city. He is a conservative Democrat, but supported Con't

Posted on Dec-28-2013 by CHERYL MOONEN
Government through the war, believing with Douglas that then there could by only two parties-patriots and traitors. He is earnest, social, tireless; attends closely to his varied interests, and is regarded as the leading business man of Cascade. The History of Dubuque Co. http://members.tripod.com/~Doreen_3/DBBIOAB.htm

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