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Job W. Cassel
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Birth: Dec. 7, 1834
Death: May 3, 1923

Taken from Portrait and biographical album of Otoe and Cass Counties:

[Job Cassel] was the third child born to his parents, and he was reared in his native county, gaining his education in the pioneer schools of the time, the primitive school-house where some of his youthful days were passed being built of logs, with rude slab benches for the pupils to sit upon. When not in school he assisted in the farm work, and when his parents removed to Nebraska he went with them, and in the same year took up a claim in the Missouri River bottom and entered it from the Government at the land-office at Nebraska City in 1857. In 1858 he traded that hold for his present homestead on section 29, Four Mile Precinct, adjoining the old homestead. It was a tract of wild prairie land at the time, and the next year he commenced its improvement by breaking quite a tract and planting a grove and orchard. In 1859 he went to the mountains, crossing the plains, and in the fall of 1859 returned and sold his farm, staying here until the spring of 1860, when he again went to the mountains, and the following three years was engaged in mining in different places in Colorado. He subsequently took up the business of freighting from Nebraska City to the mountains, but at the end of a year he again turned his attention to mining, and for nearly two years was thus employed in Virginia City, Mont. After that he returned to Nebraska City, and bought his old place back again with the capital gained in the Rockies, and has been a continuous resident here since. His farm comprises 240 acres of rich, alluvial soil, whose fertility and productiveness are practically inexhaustible. Mr. Cassel was married in 1865, to Miss Mary Harmon, and their pleasant household circle is completed by the presence of the four children who have been born of their union, namely: Luna, Walter N., Albert and John. Mrs. Cassel comes from good old New England stock, and is herself a native of Massachusetts, born in the town of New Marlboro, to Oliver and Dina [Luna] Melissa (Norton) Harmon.
Mr. Cassel takes a lively interest in the political questions of the day, and uses his influence to promote the interests of the Republican party, of which he is a stanch advocate.
Family links: 
  John Cassel (1801 - 1876)
  Sarah Thomas Cassel (1811 - 1894)
  Mary L. Harmon Cassel (1845 - 1912)
  Luna C Cassel Klepser (1866 - 1954)*
  Walter N Cassel (1868 - 1923)*
  Thomas Cassel (1828 - 1858)*
  Joseph Milton Cassel (1832 - 1912)*
  Job W. Cassel (1834 - 1923)
  Pamela A. Cassel Thaler (1837 - 1934)*
  William Henry Harrison Cassel (1844 - 1916)*
  Elijah Taylor Cassel (1849 - 1930)*
  Edwin Wallace Cassel (1851 - 1940)*
*Calculated relationship
Wyuka Cemetery
Lancaster County
Nebraska, USA
Plot: Sec-12 Lot-5675 Gr-7
Created by: Tony & Cindy Lloyd
Record added: Apr 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69100025
Job W. Cassel
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