|T. D. Prosser
|T. D. PROSSER, farmer, Oxford Twp., Sec. 24; P.O. Oxford Junction; born in Warren Co., N.Y., in 1834; came to Illinois at the age of 8, and settled in Lee Co., and remained about two years; from there to Maquoketa, Iowa, and there about two years, when he came to this place in 1856 and entered 160 acres, which he now owns, and made all the improvements, a fine house, barn and fences. His wife, Sarah Chase, was born in Ohio in 1850, and came to Iowa at an early day, and married in 1871 in Jackson Co.; have three children—Saphronia, Addie, Rena. In politics, Republican; in religion, liberal.
Source: History of Jones County, Iowa, Western Historical Company, Chicago, 1879, page 595.
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