Illinois Mutual Fire Insurance Company 1861 Report
Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Business of the Illinois Mutual Fire Insurance Company, with a List of Losses by Fire and a Notice to the Members of the Assessment for the Year ending April 1, 1861. Alton, Illinois.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Albers, Armington, Baker, Barry, Best, Betner, Braggemann, Budde, Buffington, Bunker, Cagwin, Cracraft, Crittenden, Crowder, Cumby, Daniels, Eich, Ellis, Fell, Gaerthoeffner, Galaway, Germand, Gillespie, Goldman, Green, Haines, Hart, Harvey, Hauser, Heimsath, Hersh, Hewitt, Hoffman, Huntington, Huntoon, Hutmaker, Jones, Kastler, Keating, Kenny, King, Kippenberg, Klein, Kranger, Lauge, Lee, Little, Logan, Lovejoy, Marks, Maus, Mayer, McMillin, Meenach, Meineke, Merten, Miland, Miller, Millter, Mowry, Munson, Myers, Nance, Nash, Nester, Newlan, Nichols, Niebrugge, Norris, Nunan, Otto, Paine, Parker, Patrick, Pautz, Payson, Perry, Pobles, Raymond, Redmond, Rigney, Rinnaberg, Riotth, Rodemyre, Rowe, Schelling, Scheppe, Schmidt, Schmitt, Schroder, Schubert, Silsby, Singleton, Smith, Straussell, Strosnider, Thole, Thomas, Vail, Varner, Wade, Wadleigh, Wagenseller, Waldron, Walker, Warner, Waterman, Wells, Wendt, Werner, Whipple, Wiggins, Wolf, Wormwood, Young, Zeis.
Labels: Illinois, Insurance Records
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