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|E. H. Brant|
|E. H. BRANT, carriage and wagon maker, Main St., Anamosa; is a native of Guilford, Chenango Co., N.Y.; he was brought up in Delaware Co. and learned his trade there; during the war, he enlisted in Co. C, 144th N.Y.V.I.; in 1867, he came to Iowa and located at Anamosa; after working at his trade some years, engaged in the business of wagon and carriage making and repairing for himself, and is building up a good trade. He held town offices while living in New York State. In 1862, he married Miss Emily Bagley, a native of Broome Co., N.Y.; they have four children—Julius, Marquis, Ernest and Lilly.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 651.
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