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History of Greene County, Pennsylvania


DANIEL LOUGHMAN, farmer and stock-grower, Sycamore, Penn., was born in Morris Township, Greene County, Pennsylvania, April 25, 1832.  His is a son of Henry and Nancy (Smith) Loughman, also natives of this county, and of Dutch origin.  The Loughmans, who are among the prominent citizens of Greene County, Have usually been farmers, and were among the early settlers in Morris Township.  Mr. Daniel Loughman is the second in a family of ten children, and attended the schools of his township.  He makes a success of farming, and is the owner of a good farm of 307 acres where he resides.  In 1853 Mr. Loughman married Miss Sarah, daughter of Dennis and Matilda (Huffman) Iams, who were of German origin.  Her father was born in Greene County, Penn., and met with great success as a farmer.  Mr. and Mrs. Loughman are the parents of ten children—Dennis, George, Belle, Matilda, Dora, Jackson, Ida, Charley, Mattie and Bertha.  Their mother is a devoted member of the Baptist Church.  In politics Mr. Loughman is a Democrat.  He is greatly interested in the educational affairs of his township, and his served as school director for several years.


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History of Greene County, Pennsylvania

Samuel P. Bates

Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago. 1888


Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles

The Greene County, Pennsylvania Biographies Project –

Date of Transcription: 30 July 2007

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