Hiram Scriver1

M, #85646, (22 April 1830 - 1 June 1890)
Father*Col. John Peter Scriver1 b. 3 Jun 1792, d. 17 Apr 1873
Mother*Lucretia Manning1 b. 15 Mar 1794, d. 18 Sep 1882
Last Edited:20 Aug 2017
Findagrave.com, memorial #23116273. Courtesy ASPagel.
Hiram Scriver, born 22 Apr 1830 at Hemmingford, Quebec1, married Delia M/9g Vanderbelt, daughter of John Olp Vanderbelt and Helen Maria/8g Reed.1 He died 1 Jun 1890 at Northfield, Minnesota, a. 601, and is buried in Northfield Cemetery.1 His widow died 11 Oct 1927 at Rochester, New York2, and is buried in Temple Hill Cemetery, Geneseo, New York.2
     "Hiram Scriver, a merchant, was elected the first mayor of Northfield, Minnesota in 1875. He built the first stone building in the town in 1868 to house his dry goods store, but the edifice would become much more famous as the scene of the attempted robbery of the First National Bank of Northfield by the Jesse James gang in 1876."

Hiram Scriver Dead.
Special to the Globe.
Northfield, Minn., June 1. Hon. Hiram Scriver died this evening of paralysis, aged sixty-five. For thirty five years he has been a prominent merchant of this city, and trustee of Carleton college.
— St. Paul Daily Globe, 2 Jun 1890.1

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorial #23116273.
  2. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorial #144987880.