|H. C. Freeman
|H. C. FREEMAN, farmer, Hale Twp., Sec. 33; P.O. Clarence; born in Ohio in 1833 (Butler Co.); came to Iowa in 1851; entered, with the family, 260 acres, and now owns 325 acres, and has made all the improvements on the place; has a fine house, barn and things in general good order. In religion, liberal; in politics, Republican. Enlisted in the 9th I.V.I., in 1861; discharged in 1862, and re-enlisted as 2d Lieutenant in 31st I.V.I. in 1864, and was mustered out in 1863; at present is one of the County Board of Supervisors. His wife, Nancy A. Patten, was born in Tippecanoe Co., Ind., February 11, 1840; married February 22, 1860, and have six children—Harry H., Galusha, Earl Clifford, May, Mat and Blanch.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 639.
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