Lewis Igo is a son of Daniel Igo, of Kentucky, who came to Morgan County with a family of five children about 1826, the father dying some eleven years ago, and the mother in 1884. After the death of his parents Lewis Igo bought the old homestead. He married Miss Susan Tivis, daughter of Snowden Tivis and Susan Morris, of Moniteau County, she having been born near Tipton's present site. Their family consists of eleven children: James, Sallie, Daniel, Susie, Rebecca, Mollie, George, Snowden and Johnny are at home; Leonidas is married, and resides in Morgan County; Maggie is in Clarksburg, Moniteau County. Mr. Igo is a Republican, and Mrs. Igo is a member of the Baptist Church.

History of Cole, Moniteau, Morgan, Benton, Miller, Maries and Osage Counties, Missouri, Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889.