William Mickle
 


WILLIAM MICKLE, of Hatch & Mickle, clothing, fancy goods, boots and shoes, was born in Ashland County, Ohio, February 8, 1847.  When quite young, he removed to Richland county, Ohio, with his parents; was employed there for some two years on the Atlantic & Great Western Railroad in various capacities.  In 1864, he enlisted in the Eighty-second Ohio Infantry, and served one year.  Subsequently he went to Macon County, Ill., and engaged in the cattle business for some two years; then farming in Washington County, Iowa, and also dealing dealing in live stock until he came to Nebraska in March, 1881, locating in Cass County; he farmed until the following November, when he came to Weeping Water, and joined George Hatch and opened present business.  This firm carries a stock of some $3,500, and is gradually working into a good trade.

From Kansas Collection Books: Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska - Cass Co. Part 9

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