Biography - Joseph M. Dinwiddie

Joseph M. Dinwiddie was also a native of Illinois, his birth having occurred August 1, 1832, in White Hall, Greene county. Succeeding to the occupation in which he was reared, he was engaged in farming and cattle dealing throughout his entire life, which was comparatively brief. He died February 28, 1881, while in manhood's prime. He married, in 1869, Millie A. Anthony, of Woburn, Illinois, and she is now living in Smithboro, Bond county. He was a stanch Republican in politics, and a member of the Methodist Episcopal church.

Extracted 10 Dec 2018 by Norma Hass from History of Southern Illinois, by George W. Smith, published in 1912, volume 3, page 1354, a paragraph in the biography of Charles Clarence Dinwiddie

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