†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† JOSEPH GARRETT & SON.

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Winfield Directory 1885.

Ferris Charles, blacksmith, works Garrett, boards Axtellís.

Garrett & Son, blacksmiths, 1106 Main

Garrett J, res 1218 Stewart

Garrett Geo. F, res 420 w Blanden

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Winfield Courier, October 9, 1884.

MISCELLANEOUS. Best display of horse shoes, J. Garrett & Son.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, June 18, 1885.

G. F. Garrett was paid $6.00 for service as a juror.

Winfield Courier, Thursday, July 30, 1885.

Joseph Garrett, the blacksmith on South Main, though a man of sixty-six years of age, with two assistants turned out $30 worth of work last Monday. The old gentleman, if he is along in years, is a worker.

Note: The above was the only information on this family that I could find.