Hancock County ILGenweb

William H. Mead

Transcribed by Marcia Siegfried Redding

      William H. Mead, attorney at law, is a son of Horace and Mary B. Mead, both natives of Conn., where he was born July 10, 1839. He commenced the study of the law in 1861, and was admitted to the Bar in 1862, and has been practicing up to the present time, commanding a good patronage. He was married in this county in 1862, to Ann V. Bacon, a native of Vermont, born in 1841, and they are the parents of 7 children—Mary V., Millie B., Charlie, Allie A., John A., Nellie and Jennie. Mr. M. owns one lot with dwelling, and 185 acres of farm land, worth $50 per acre. He has been Supervisor of his township ten years; Village Trustee fifteen years; is a member of the A. O. U. W. and I. O. M. A. He is a Presbyterian.

Page: 523

Title: 1880 History of Hancock County, Illinois

Author: By TH. Gregg

Published by: Chas. C. Chapman & Co.



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