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JAMES DANLEY, dealer in live stock, Ashland, came to Nebraska, July, 1865, and located at Plattsmouth, where he was engaged at freighting across the plains, out as far as Fort Hills, or the foot of Medicine Bow Mountain, in Wyoming Territory, usually taking about three months to make the trip. In 1868 moved on a farm, Section 32, Salt Creek Precinct, Cass Co. Here he resided until 1872, when he went in the live stock business, which he has followed since and in the year 1881 shipped over 100 car loads of stock from Ashland. Was born in Scott County, Ill., May 1, 1829. Was married in Iowa, to Miss Anna Henderson, of Darke County, Ohio.

They have six children.


William G. Cutler's History of the State of Nebraska, published in 1882 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.