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Hannah (Prichard) Humphrey of Hereford-
shire, England. Mr. Humphrey is an Episco-
palian.

HUNT, RANSOM C; Attorney; Galesburg;
born in Burlington, Iowa, January 24, 1844; ed-
ucated in Iowa and Illinois. He was married
to Irene Johnson, May 1, 1879. They have four
children, Beulah M.. Albert V., Harry C, and
Florence Irene. Mr. Hunt's father, John B.
Hunt, was born in Illinois; his mother's name
was Mary McLove; his grandfather, John Hunt,
was born in Virginia and married a Bartlett.
Mr. R. C. Hunt came to Bushnell, Illinois, with
his parents in 1857, where they lived until 1865,
when they moved to Galesburg. Mr. Hunt at-
tended, for a time, Lombard University, and
afterwards studied law, and commenced prac-
tice in Galesburg in 1868. On the death of M.
D. Cook, he was elected his successor to the
office of Police Magistrate, which position he
held until May 1, 1897. In 1898. he removed his
office to the Holmes Building, where he con-
tinues his law practice.

INNESS, WHIT F.; Superintendent of Water




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