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OSCAR A. JACKSON

  American Flag.jpg JACKSON, OSCAR A., County Clerk; born Mount Ayr, IA June 11, 1891; son of M. A. and Alice S. (STANBROUGH) JACKSON; attended Drake University, Des Moines, IA 1918-16; married December 16, 1917 at Beatrice, Nebraska to Inez BINGHAM; children: Joseph A JACKSON, Joan Mary (JACKSON) GLORSO, and Alice (JACKSON) CLAY. Oscar was employed as a draftsman in sawmill division of Allis Chalmers Mfg. Co., Milwaukee Wis. 1919-1925; farmed in Todd Co. SD from 1925 to 1982; farmed in Keyapaha Co. from 1983 to 1884; served as County Clerk of Keyapaha County commencing 1934. During World War I Oscar enlisted in the U. S. Army on September 5, 1917, O/S June 4, 1918-May 22, 1919, in battles of St. Mihiel, Eisiezen sector Meuse Argonne; discharged as a Sgt. of Casual Detachment Co. D. Oscar was a member of the American Legion and the Disciples of Christ Christ Church, and politically a Demorcrat. Residence, Springview.

Oscar A. JACKSON died on May 22, 1953, with interment at Fort McPherson National Cemetery, Maxwell, Lincoln County, Nebraska.

SOURCES:
Who's Who in NEBRASKA, 1940, Keyapaha County

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