Holds an honorable and creditable position among the farmers and stockraisers of Warren Coun­ ty , III., was born in Henderson County , February 14, 1856 , and is a son of William and Sarah Ann (Harton) Galbreath, natives of Tennessee and Maryland respectively. They were also the parents of Newton Galbreath, of Smithshire, and their .history more fully appears under the name of that gentleman.

Daniel Galbreath remained at home with his parents until the time of his marriage, when he bought a farm for himself. He has worked hard, been careful and saving, and now owns a fine farm of 220 acres in Ellison Township . In the community where he lives his good character has made him many warm friends, and he has been elected School Director. His own education was secured in the public schools and he is much interested in the cause of public education.

Mr. Galbreath was married in Henderson County, Ill., December 20, 1885, to Miss Alice Correll, by whom he has had the following chil­ dren: Pearl L., Harriet C.; Clarence L.: Ivan E.; Linn C v who died at the age of sixteen months; Opal V., and Lewis A.

Mrs. Galbreath was born in Henderson County , Ill. , August 20, 1859 , the daughter of Addison and Cordelia (Moore) Correll. Her father was born in North Carolina, and her mother in. Northumberland County, Virginia. They were married in Illinois, both coming to this State in 1837. They lived at first in Warren County, but moved into Henderson Couaty, where Mr. Correll engaged in farming, and where he died in 1864. His widow is still living and is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Galbreath.

Mr. Galbreath is a Democrat, and with no ambition for political honors devotes himself to his farm and home.


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