John Hossack: Abolitionist, Underground Railway Railroad Conductor and Station Master, Canal Builder, Merchant, Fugitive Slave Law Violator, Spark for the Civil War.

 

Milo-Belle Marriage

John Hossack of Ottawa, Illinois.  Abolitionist, Underground Railway Conductor, Canal Builder.  Grain and Lumber Merchant.  Crusader for Human Rights and Liberty.  Man of God.  He feared God and loved his Fellow Man.

 

JOHN HOSSACK

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Milo and Belle's Marriage, 1882

bulletDocuments from LaSalle County Clerk
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bulletThe marriage return:

 

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