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Dexheimer, Florence Chambers, 1866-1925 / Sketches of Wisconsin pioneer women
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Baker, Hannah Stevens
Hannah Mudge Marble,   pp. 108-109 PDF (364.4 KB)


Page 108


   Those days of pioneer life were full of self-sacrifice
and devotion and exquisite friendships.
   Living for some years on a bluff overlooking the
river, which the children crossed, by boat in summer and
on the ice in winter to attend school, was a trial.
    Tales of The Western Land is her only published
book.
         LOUISE B. BELDING MARSTON
         Author-Mrs. Alice Waters Jones
                     Appleton
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    Louise B. Belding was born June 4, 1829 at Hard-
wick, Vermont. She married Joseph H. Marston, at
Neenah, Wisconsin, September 1854. Her death occur-
red in Appleton, Wisconsin, March 28, 1892.
    Two fine sons blessed this union. For many years
the Marston family has been closely identified with the
business and public interests of the city of Appleton.
    A great-granddaughter, Miss Louise Marston, re-
sides here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marston,
(Frances Ballard.)
    Written by Mrs. Alice Waters Jones, (79466) His-
torian, Appleton Chapter D. A. R., Appleton, Wisconsin,
February, 1924.
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-         HANNAH MUDGE MARBLE
         Author-Mrs. Hannah Stevens Baker
                      Appleton
    Hannah Mudge Marble was born in Berkshire
 County, Massachusetts, in 1799. Her father, Stephen
 Mudge, had been a soldier in the Revolution, when
 young. The family "went West" to New York State
 when she was a child.
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