News: York Township
Contact: Steven Lavey
Surnames: FORD ROWE LINDSLEY JOHNSON GARVIN BRYDEN VANDEBERG
----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 01/07/1892
Several people from York went to Loyal one day last week, and cut and hauled wood for Rev. J. Ford.
The York people met at Wm. Rowe’s on the evening of December 29th, the object of the meeting being a donation to the Rev. J. Ford. They left about $30 in cash, besides some other things.
Eugene Lindsley has returned to his home at Millbank, North Dakota.
Mrs. Oney Johnson, who has been very sick the past few weeks, is better.
T.H. and A. Garvin have gone to the woods for James Bryden.
George Lindsley is very sick with the grip. Mrs. E. Lindsley is also on the sick list, as is also Mrs. John Vandeberg and one of her children.
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