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William Chesterfield MYERS

Emery Cemetery
Graham County,

William Chesterfield Myers born 6 of April 1871 Clanton Ohio history of Esma Olive Winsor born 30 April 1884 at Plesent New Mexico married in Denver Colorado June 8 1803. William C. Meyers was a Democratic candidate for county Superintendent of Schools in Graham County Arizona. He moved to Lincoln Nebraska where his father and later on Mr. Myers himself were personal friends of W. J. Bryan. Mr. Myers attendant the Nebraska high school and the Nebraska State University and received a diploma from the Lincoln business college he began teaching in 1889 at the aged of 18 and paid the way of himself and his sister to school and is in every way a self made man. Mr. Myers followed the profession of teaching in Nebraska, Kansas, before coming to Arizona in 1801. He has testimony of endorsements from every district he has been in for the past 20 years. He has been a principal of schools at Gilman and Gyspsum Colorado at Fort Garland Poncha Springs and Corno Colorado. Mr. Myer has been in the Emery School of Graham County almost from its formation and is teaching the second generation of children now. He was the principal of the Hubbard School and 1912 and received the endorsement of the entire school board there and the bishop of the ward, with a tender of the school for the following year. Mr. Myers has at this times engaged in the general merchandise business served as they deputy postmaster and took the US census for 1910 of the Gila Valley.

Contributed on 5/1/06 by rmheywood
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Submitted: 5/1/06 • Approved: 5/1/06 • Last Updated: 11/19/12 • R40466-G0

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