Biography of Judge Isaac Schooled
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JUDGE ISAAC SCHOOLED, a successful farmer and stock raiser and an ex-county judge of Jasper county, now deceased, was a native of Vermont, who moved to Ohio in the year 1818, being a pioneer of that state, living in Allen county and afterwards in Knox county. His wife was Sarah Schooler, born in New Jersey. In 1857 he moved with his family to Jasper county, Missouri, settling on a fine tract of land along Dry Fork creek, some nine miles northeast of Carthage, on which is a large spring, the stream from which furnishes much of the water to Dry Fork: the Schooler spring is known all over Jasper county. The farming and stock raising industry of Mr. Schooler and his sons was quite extensive, they some years having six hundred acres in wheat, besides raising large herds of cattle. Isaac Schooled and his two sons, Hons. John N. and William R. Schooler, were strong Union men during the Civil war, and their united influence has been potent in public affairs ever since. Isaac Schooler was a member of the county court during the years 1879 and 1880. His son John N. represented the eastern district of Jasper in the legislature for the years 1883-1884, and the other son, William R. Schooler, has since served as a member of the county court for four years from 1897 to 1901.

From:
The Biographical History of Jasper County, Missouri
By Hon. Malcolm G. McGregor
The Lewis Publishing Co.
Chiago 1901


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