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URIAH INGHRAM, of the firm of Anderson & Inghram, proprietors of livery, feed and sale stables at Tarkio, was born November 6, 1853, in Greene County, Pennsylvania, and is the son of Arthur and Mary J. (Cowen) Inghram, who were natives of Pennsylvania. Uriah accompanied his parents to Jefferson County, Iowa, in 1860, and there he was principally raised on a farm, receiving a fair education. Arriving at maturity he commenced farming on his own account. He came to Tarkio March 1, 1882, and purchased a half interest with Mr. Anderson in the livery stable. They have one of the best establishments in Northwest Missouri, keep a good stock of horses, buggies, etc., and are always found ready to attend to the wants of the traveling public. Mr. Anderson formerly conducted a livery stable at Burlington Junction, and Mr. Inghram superintends the business at Tarkio. He was married on the 18th of November, 1879, to Miss Mary A. Regester, a native of Greene County, Pennsylvania, born June 6, 1855. She was a daughter of John and Mary Regester. They have three children: Mary A., born August 18, 1875; Emma B., born August 18, 1877, and Rilla A., born February 22, 1880.
St. Joseph, Mo.: National Historical Company, 1882. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.

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