BARON B. MASTICK is one of the representative men of Imperial County. Previous to coming to this community he
was connected with the stock business in Iowa, and had much to do with the advancement of the section of Iowa in
which he resided. His birth occurred in East Claridon, Ohio, August 22, 1844, a son of Nathaniel and Louisa (Bradley
) Mastick. The family came from Vermont and Connecticut and are descendents from General Bradley of Revolutionary
fame. Mr. Mastick's brother, Erman E., fought in the Civil war and was captain of Company K, Second Iowa Infantry.
Baron B., the subject of this review, received his education in his native state, attending the public schools.
He later entered Hiram College. Finishing his education, he clerked for a period of three years. Later he removed
to Harlan, Iowa, where he engaged in the stock business. He served as county recorder for four years. Disposing
of his realty holdings in Iowa, he went to Nebraska, where he bought and shipped livestock and grain for fifteen
years. Mr. Mastick spent three winters in Imperial County before he located in Seeley permanently, which was in
1912. He owns, with his son, Fred E., one hundred and fourteen acres, and has improved his land and raises cotton,
corn, alfalfa and hogs. Politically Mr. Mastick is a Progressive Republican He was married at Painsville, Ohio,
April 24, 1867, to Miss Jennie E. Sisson, a daughter of Augustus L. and Elizabeth (Warner) Sisson. Mr. and Mrs.
Mastick celebrated their golden wedding in 1917. Their two sons are Fred E., born December 21, 1879, in the hardware
business at Seeley; and Claire S., born in 1883, in the United States Army, at present stationed in the transportation
department at Fort Kearny, California. Mr. Mastick has been identified with the business interests of Seeley since
1914, and has been engaged in the insurance line since that time.
The History of Imperial County, California
Edited by: F. C. Farr
Elms and Franks, Publishers
Berkley, California 1918
Imperial County, CA
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