North Dakota Genealogy

North Dakota genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for North Dakota ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in North Dakota history.

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North Dakota Biographies

North Dakota Genealogy

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Biography of George Clinton Russell, of Inkster, North Dakota

George Clinton Russell, born in 1876 in Fort Covington, New York, was a successful businessman and civic leader in Inkster, North Dakota. He played an active role in his community, serving as a justice of the peace, city auditor, and clerk of Inkster School District. He was also involved in…
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Biography of George Van Arnam of Wahpeton North Dakota

George Van Arnam, a respected figure in Richland County, North Dakota, served as the county judge after being elected in 1908. Prior to his judicial career, he engaged in farming, teaching, and the newspaper business. Judge Van Arnam was known for his broad-mindedness, sound judgment, and dedication to his community….
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Biography of H. H. Grover of Lisbon, North Dakota

H. H. Grover, born in 1839, overcame early hardships and built a successful life for himself. He worked as a teacher and farmer before entering the mercantile business. Eventually, he settled in Ransom County, engaged in real estate, and later transitioned into property management and public service. Grover constructed a…
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Biography of Henry C. Hansbrough of Devils Lake North Dakota

Henry C. Hansbrough, a prominent figure in North Dakota politics, made significant contributions to the state’s development. Initially a journalist, he founded newspapers in Grand Forks and Devils Lake. Hansbrough played a vital role in the movement for the division of Dakota Territory, leading to North Dakota’s statehood. He served…
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Donald McDonald of Grand Forks North Dakota

Donald McDonald, born in Canada in 1850 to Scottish parents, moved to Dubuque County, Iowa, where his family engaged in farming and milling. In 1878, he settled in Grand Forks, North Dakota. He purchased the Grand Forks “Plaindealer” newspaper shortly after his arrival, successfully running it for two years before…
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Charles Arthur Gram of Sheldon North Dakota

Charles Arthur Gram, born in 1869 in Toronto, Canada, is the president of the Gram & Hull Company in Sheldon. He received his education in North Dakota and served as a judge in Ransom County from 1901 to 1907. Gram is a member of the Masons and previously held the…
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