Was born in Morgan (now Noble) county, Ohio, June 10, 1822. His father was Silas Thurlow, of Newbury, Massachusetts.
His mother's maiden name was Susannah Swett, and she was a native of New Hampshire. Mr. Thurlow was reared in his
native State and pursued the occupation of tailoring until about fifty years of age, and was then engaged in the
hotel business at Olive, Ohio. He immigrated to Missouri, and has since engaged at various times and places in
farming, merchandising and hotel keeping. He came to Jamesport in April, 1880, and has conducted the Sherman House
since that time. Mr. Thurlow was married in Noble county. Ohio, to Miss Sarah J. Hill, daughter of William and
Jane Hills. Mrs. Thurlow was born in Belmont county, Ohio, April 24, 1824. They became the parents of four children,
three of whom, Lucy A., Hynda J., and Ida, still survive. The family are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mr. Thurlow is Republican in politics.
Lucy A., eldest daughter of Mr. Thurlow, was married at Laclede, Missouri, on the 9th of January, 1868, to Robert
L. Schrock. Mr. Schrock was born in Hampshire county, Virginia, December 1, 1834. They are the parents of one child,
named John Audubon Elsvorth Moreland Royce. Mr. Schrock lives with his father in law and assists in conducting
The History of Daviess County, Missouri
Birdsall & Dean, Publishers
Kansas City, MO. 1882
Daveiss County, MO
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