Posted By: Annette Lucas (email)
Date: 5/23/2021 at 08:36:19
SOURCE: Biographical History of Shelby and Audubon Counties, Iowa; W. S. Dunbar & Co., Publishers, 1889
THOMAS GALLAGHER is the proprietor of the City Sale, Livery and Feed Stables, a leading and popular establishment of Harlan, which has been well known for many years. Good driving horses and nice carriages can be found, and all accommodations afforded by any livery barn. Mr. Gallagher bought the stock and barn in March, 1889, and although he is not an old resident of Harlan, he is a man of experience in the livery business. Thomas Gallagher was born in the Hawkeye State, Clinton County, in 1860. He grew to manhood in his native place, and received his education there. He first established himself in the livery business in Adair, Iowa, from which place he came to Harlan. He was married in Guthrie County, Iowa, to Mary McQuillen, a native of that county. Three children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher — Gertie, Vincent and John. Politically Mr. Gallagher affiliates with the Democratic party.
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