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HATCH, WARREN W., one of the enterprising farmers of Greenbush Township, Warren County, at the present time
holding the office of Township Supervisor, was born in the town of Greenbush, August 14, 1853, and is a son of
Jerome B. and Mary (Woods) Hatch, born respectively in Wadsworth. Medina County. Ohio. November 9. 1827, and in
Madison County, New York. in 1826. His paternal grandparents were Noah and Sarah (Bunnell) Hatch; and his maternal
grandparents, Asa and Mary (Willford) Woods, born in New York and in Connecticut respectively.
Mr. Hatch received his education in the district school and early applied himself to the tillage of the soil in
which he has been signally successful. He was married on February 18, 1891, to Iona Walker. in Union Township,
Fulton County, where she was born March 15, 1860, the daughter of J. G. and Minerva (Brown) Walker. Her father,
who now has his home in Avon. was born in Kentucky in 1831, and her mother, who was born in Fulton County. is dead.
Mr. and Mrs. Hatch have a son. Edward Warren Hatch.
Jerome B. Hatch came to Illinois at an early day, and tery soon acquired a farm. He led a long and useful career
as a farmer, and both himself and wife are still living, in their eosy and comfortable home in Avon. He owns 400
acres in Fulton County, and a hundred acres in Warren County. The father and mother both belong to the Universalist
Warren W. Hatch lived at home until he reached his majority, and for the ensuing four years was in the employment
of his father at wages. At the expiration of that period in company with his father he bought a farm in Section
36 of Greenbush Township. Warren County, and has now become wealthy, owning 354 acres, and being extensively engaged
in buying, feeding and raising stock, principally hogs and horses. He is in his third term as Supervisor of the
town of Greenbush, and has served as School Director about twelve years. Politically Mr. Hatch is a strong Republican.
Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois
and the history of Warren County.
Edited by: Newton Bareman, LL. D. & Paul Selby, A. M.
Published by: Munsell Publishing Company