Note: g on of Floyd County's early settlers. He settled 1 1/2 miles SW of the village itself on part of Sec. 18, and at the time of his death also owned the E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 30. This latter parcel adjoined on the north land purchased by joseph Inman in 1856. Loren was interested in medicine, and since no professional doctors were available, people in his vivinity consulted him for medical advice. He was the first president of the Union Tp. school Board, filling that post in 1858-9 and 1860. Loren was elected county judge in 1864, although there is no record of his ever serving in that capacity. Known throughout Floyd County as "Elder Inman", Loren was the first pastor of the Marble Rock Free-Will Baptist Church, which was organized about 1858. He preached there about seven years. in the early 1860's he also preached occasionally in Benezette Tp., Butler Co., IA. > Info from "The Genealogy of the Daniel Inman Family", by Charles Inman.Two more children died in infancy.
Note: > At the time of his marriage, Loren's residence was Ontrario, NY. According to family tradition he left college to go west. In 1836 Loren arrived in Sugar Grove Tp., Kane co., IL, where he settled. In 1858 he moved to Marble Rock, IA, becomin
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