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Early Quincy Blacksmiths


* Amerman, John, raised in Illinois, journeyman
* Beckett, Henry L., from Missouri, came to Quincy about 1836, boss
* Botts, J. N., from New York, came to Quincy about 1845, boss
* Cross, Reason, from Virginia, came to Quincy about 1838, journeyman
* Dills, Harrison, from Virginia, came to Quincy about 1833, boss
* Galbreath, Joseph, from Pennsylvania, came to Quincy about 1835, boss
* Hellerman, William, from Germany, came to Quincy about 1846, journeyman
* Hilborn, Joseph R., from Maine, came to Quincy about 1839, boss
* McCoy, William, from Ohio, came to Quincy about 1842, journeyman
* McFarland, Alexander, from New York, came to Quincy about 1838, journeyman
* Miller, J., from Germany, came to Quincy about 1847, boss
* Orr, William, from Ohio, came to Quincy about 1846, journeyman
* Parsons, Jack, from Massachusetts, came to Quincy about 1837, journeyman
* Richardson, J., from Ohio, came to Quincy about 1845, journeyman
* Ruff, Casper, from Germany, came to Quincy about 1840, boss
* Sartell, R., from Massachusetts, came to Quincy about 1838, boss
* Slack, Lewis, from Delaware, came to Quincy about 1840, boss
* Slagle, Philip, from Germany, came to Quincy about 1844, boss
* Spece, John, from Germany, came to Quincy about 1844, journeyman
* Travis, A., from Ohio, came to Quincy about 1844, boss
* Valentine, John, from Ohio, came to Quincy about 1846, journeyman
* Vanfleer, Abraham, from New Jersey, came to Quincy about 1838, boss

This list of Early Quincy Blacksmiths is from a book by Henry Asbury entitled REMINISCENCES OF QUINCY, ILLINOIS, published in Quincy by D. Wilcox and Sons in 1882.

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