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C. O. FREEMAN

Cascade Protestant Cemetery
Dubuque County, Iowa
Uploaded 6/18/2012 by
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In Memory of
C. O. FREEMAN
DIED
FEB. 20, 1885
~
The chalice is empty the sack
Hee, Once redemption is made on
Lecnitas ? Shore.

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Posted on Jan-5-2014 by CHERYL MOONEN
CALVIN O. FREEMAN, farmer, Sec. 31; P.O. Cascade; son of Jeduthan Freeman and Lucy W. Roberts, was born in Broadalbin, Montgomery Co., N.Y., Aug. 5, 1803. His grandfather was a Captain in the Revolutionary war, and was also a surveyor and a pioneer in Monroe Co., N.Y. and acquired his land, in payment for surveying, from the Holland Purchase Co., under a charter from King George III; Con't.

Posted on Jan-5-2014 by CHERYL MOONEN
the old Captain, with his five sons, on of whom was father of C.O., went as emigrants into that then unexplored region, and suffered all the privations and hardships known to pioneer life; all those five sons settled near their father in Monroe Co.; Mr. Freeman's father subsequently removed to Buffalo, and afterward settled in Ohio. At 17, young Calvin was apprenticed to the trade Con't.

Posted on Jan-5-2014 by CHERYL MOONEN
and then he went to general blacksmithing, which he has followed more less for twenty-five years. He was married in Ohio March 26,1828, to Miss Hannah D. Jenne, daughter of David Jenne, of Fairhaven, Mass.; they have had ten children, six of whom are living-Silas E.,Edwin A.,George W.,died in 1873; Calvin R., died in 1872;Lemuel P., Hannah M.,Angenette L., Salina A., the other two died in Con't.

Posted on Jan-5-2014 by CHERYL MOONEN
in infancy. He, with a family of seven children, came to Whitewater Township in 1844, and bought 300 acres, which his sons carried on, while he worked at general blacksmithing till 1854, since which time has has confined his attention to the farm; his wife died in 1870. The Cascade Railroad Depot is neat his farm. In politics, he desires to be recorded as a nation man; he is quite firm Con't.

Posted on Jan-5-2014 by CHERYL MOONEN
in his views of party principles, and in his opinions of men and things generally, and is not averse to controversy. He is not a church member, but is a believer in the fundamental truth of Christianity. “The History of Dubuque County" http://members.tripod.com/~Doreen_3/DBBIOAB.htm

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