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Bashford, R. M. (ed.) / The legislative manual of the state of Wisconsin: comprising the constitutions of the United States and of the state of Wisconsin, Jefferson's manual, forms and laws for the regulation of business; also, lists and tables for reference, etc.
Seventeenth Annual Edition (1878)

Official directory,   pp. [447]-496 ff. PDF (12.4 MB)


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WISCONSIN LEGISLATIVE MANUAL.
   SECOND DISTRICT - (The towns of Linden, Mifiin, Mineral Point, Moscow
 and Waldwick. Population, 10,007). JOHN GRAY (Rep.), of Mineral Point,
 was born in the town of Redruth, county of Cornwall, England, April 10,
1S17;
 received a common school education; is a merchant; came to Wisconsin in
 1844, and settled at Mineral Point, where he has since resided with the
ex-
 ception of three years, from 1S51 to 1853, which were spent in mining in
Cali-
 fornia. He was a member of the assembly of 1877, and was re-elected,
 receiving 707 votes against 548 for George Crawford (Dem.) and 149 for Win.
 A. Pierce (Greenback).
 JACKSON COUNTY-Population, 11,339. CARL C. POPE (Rep.), of Black
 River Falls, was born in Washitgton, Orange county, Vt., July 22, 1834;
re-
 ceived an academic education at the Green Mountain Liberal Institute,
 located at South Woodstock, Vt.; is by profession a lawyer; removed to St.
 Charles, Ill., in the spring of 1856, and to Black River Falls. Wis., the
s me
 year. was district attorney for Jackson county from 1858 to 1831; member
of
 assembly in 1862, in 1863 and in 1877, and a member of the senate in 1884
and
 1865; was a member of the Republican National Convention at Baltimore,
 June, 1864; was county judge of Jackson county in 1872 and 1873; w,-s elected
 district attorney of Jackson county in 1875; was appointed United Stetes
 commiasioner for the district of Wisconsin In 1864, and for the Western
 district of Wisconsin in 1870, a position he continues to hold. He was elected
 to the assembly in 1876, and was re-elected, receiving 1,038 votei against
671
 for Gilbert McAdam (Dem.).
 JEFFEERSON COUNTY -FIRST DISTRICT - (The city of Watertown [including
 the 5th and 6th wards th reof in Dodge county] and the towns of Concord,
 Ixonit, and Watertown-Po ulatlon 15,003.) HEZEKI[Af FLINN (Demn.),
 of Watertown, wtas born at Leesville, La , rence county, Ind., March 7,
1825;
 received a common school education; is a farmer and nurseryman; came to
 Wisconsin in 1848, and settled at Watertown, where he has since resided;
was
 elected mayor of the city of Watertown in 1873 and 1874, and alderman for
 3d ward in 1877; was in the employ of the quartermastr'ls departnaent at
St.
 Louis from 1864 till the close of the war. He was a member of the assembly
 in 1877, and was re-eloeted, receiving 606 votes against 472 for L. A. Cole
 (Rap.), and 531 for Fr ink Smith (Greenbiack anl Dam.).
 SECOND DISTRICT- (The towns of Aztalan, Farmington, Lake Mills, Mil-
 lord, Oakland, Waterloo, and the village of Waterloo--Population 9,594).
 JOHN DWIGHT BULLOCK (Rep.), P. 0. address Johnson's Creek, was born
 In the town of Ephra:ah, Fulton county, N. Y., August 5, 1836; received
a
 common school edaication; is a contractor by occupation; came to Wisconsin
 in 1861, and settled at Johnson's Creek, where he has continued to reside.
 He received 895 votes against 359 for D. &. Seeber (Dem.).
 THIRD DISTRICT. - (The towns of Cold Spring, Hebron, Jefferson, Koshko-
 nong, Palmyra, Sullivan and Sumner. Population 13,166.) HIRAMN  JE-
ROME BALL, (Dem.)- P. 0. address Palmyra - was born in the town of Han-


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