ⓘ Lowden, Iowa

                                     

ⓘ Lowden, Iowa

Lowden historically spelled Louden was platted in 1857 at the time the Chicago and North Western Railway was projected to be built in the neighborhood. It is named after Loudonville, Ohio, the former hometown of one of its early settlers.

                                     
  • Victor Lowden 1923 1998 British pilot and businessman William Lowden c.1740 - 1820 Scottish - Canadian merchant and shipbuilder Lowden Iowa Lowden Washington
  • The Lincoln Hotel is a historic building located in Lowden Iowa United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. The
  • Born in Sunrise Township, Minnesota, Lowden practiced law in Chicago after graduating from the University of Iowa He emerged as a local Republican leader
  • building located in Lowden Iowa United States. The Lincoln Highway was established in 1913 and passed through Lowden In Iowa the highway became U
  • Colleges and Schools and the Iowa Department of Education. It was established on July 1, 1995 by the merger of the Clarence - Lowden Community School District
  • one incorporated settlement, Lowden According to the USGS, it contains five cemeteries: Elliott Parr Grave, Fairview, Lowden Van Horn and Zion Church.
  • Massillon Township, Cedar County, Iowa It is south of the Wapsipinicon River on County Road Y24, west of Toronto and north of Lowden in the northeastern corner
  • Places in Champaign County, Illinois Lincoln Hotel Lowden Iowa listed on the NRHP in Cedar County, Iowa Lincoln Hotel Franklin, Nebraska listed on the
  • Manning Anita Tribune Anita Griswold American Griswold Lowden Sun - News and Advertiser - Lowden Tipton Conservative - Tipton West Branch Times - West Branch
  • community. It was established on July 1, 1995 by the merger of the Clarence - Lowden Community School District and the Lincoln Community School District. The