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John Hopwood Mickey

John Hopwood Mickey, American governor. member Nebraska House of Representatives, 1881-1882; Member General Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church Church, Cleveland, 1896, Chicago, 1900.

Background

  • Mickey, John Hopwood was born on September 30, 1845 in on farm near Burlington, Iowa, United States. Son of Oliver Perry and Betsey Ann (Davison) Mickey.

  • Education

    • Student Iowa Wesleyan University, 1866-1867. Served in Company D, 8th Iowa Cavalry, 1863-1865.

    Career

    • Banker, since 1879; member Nebraska House of Representatives, 1881-1882. Governor of Nebraska, 2 terms, 1903-1907.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Nebraska House of Representatives, 1881-1882. Member General Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church Church, Cleveland, 1896, Chicago, 1900.

    Connections

    • Married Marinda McCray, September 10, 1867 (deceased). Married second, Flora C. Campbell, December 8, 1888.
    • father: Oliver Perry Mickey
    • mother: Betsey Ann (Davison) Mickey
    • spouses: Marinda McCray
    • Flora C. Campbell
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    Born September 30, 1845
    Died 1910
    (aged 64)
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