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John Hopwood Mickey

governor

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.

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