Biography of Josiah Creech (dates unknown )
History of Lincoln County, Missouri (Chicago: Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1888) page 522.

Josiah CREECH, attorney, of Troy, is the son of George W. and Parthena (POLLARD) CREECH, natives of Nashville, Tenn., and Lynchburg, Va., respectively. They came to Lincoln County, Mo., at an early day, and reared their family to honest toil. After attending the common schools, Josiah took an academic course as a foundation for the legal structure to be built thereon. Having taken a course of reading under Quigly & Bonfils, he was admitted to the Lincoln County bar in 1871. Four years later he was united in wedlock with Miss Marrie BREVATOR, a native of St. Louis, who bore him three children, two sons and a daughter. Mr. CREECH has been called into active life somewhat; besides holding the offices of alderman and mayor, he has been public administrator of the county for eight years, and prosecuting attorney for two terms. In his political principles Mr. CREECH affiliates with the Democratic Party. He is a Royal Arch Mason, a third degree Odd Fellow and a much respected citizen.

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