STACY, JEROME E.
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Date: 7/2/2004 at 17:50:11
Biography reproduced from page 361 of the History of Kossuth and Humboldt Counties, Iowa published in 1884:
Jerome E. Stacy was born Oct. 14, 1829, in Allegheny Co., N. Y., where he was reared and educated. In 1853 he removed to Rock Co., Wis., where he was engaged in the insurance business and school teaching about two years. In 1856 he came to Algona and took a pre-emption near that place, which he improved with other lands, since which his time has been divided between farming and various other occupations. In 1864 he engaged in the real estate business. In 1868-9 he built the first flouring mill in the county. In 1874 he established the Algona Nursery. There are few men in Kossuth county who have been more closely identified with the interests of the county than Mr. Stacy. He has held the office of county clerk and county judge, and for eight years was treasurer of the county. He was twice mayor of Algona, and a member of her city council for several terms. Mr. Stacy married Harriet E. Taylor, a native of Vermont. They have six living children—N. Marion, Kate Doake, Ellen Winifred, James C., Willie S. and Lute A. T. George Warren, their first son, died in 1864, at two years of age.
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