Studley, C. M.
STUDLEY, TIMBERMAN, POPE, SMALLEY
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Date: 11/30/2011 at 21:38:37
Biographical Record and Portrait Album of Webster And Hamilton Counties, Iowa.
Published by The Lewis Publishing Company, 113 Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois. 1888
Pages 274 & 275
C.M. Studley, farmer, Section 12, Fremont Township, is a native of Bureau County, Illinois, born March 13, 1850, a son of William and Eunice (Timberman) Studley.
He was reared and educated in Bureau County, his youth, when not in school, being passed in assisting in the work of the farm, and with the exception of two years, when he had charge of a brickyard, he has devoted his attention to agriculture.
He came to Hamilton County, Iowa, in 1877, and in 1880 located on his present farm, which at that time was wild, uncultivated land. He has converted it into a good, productive farm, and has erected a substantial residence and other farm buildings.
Mr. Studley was married July 4, 1871, to Sarah Pope, and to them were born two sons -- Sumner D. and Christopher T. Mrs. Studley died October 6, 1882, and December 19, 1883, Mr. Studley married Sarah E. Smalley, of Hamilton County. They have two children -- Maud L. and Orpha May.
In politics Mr. Studley is independent.
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