|George W. Garlock
1832–February 10, 1879
GEORGE W. GARLOCK (deceased); was a native of New York; he was born in the city of Rochester, and grew up to manhood in that State. He was united in marriage to Miss Frances Whiting, from Newark, N.Y., August 1, 1865; they came to Iowa in 1863, and 1ocated in Monticello; he engaged in manufacturing gloves and mittens; he was the first to establish this business here in Jones Co.; he carried on the business until the present year; his death occurred January 27, 1879. He was elected Mayor of Monticello, and held that office at the time of his death; had served in the City Council. He left a wife and three children now living in Monticello—George H., Cora E. and Minola M. Mr. Garlock was connected with the Ancient Order of United Workmen; he was a charter member of the Lodge in Monticello, and his death was the first that occurred in that Lodge.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 668.
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