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Early history of Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
(1965)

Port Washington,   pp. 44a-54


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Port Washington
unsuccessful patents and inventions and
clock repairer by trade, he ended up g,
ing the clocks of pioneer families who
out grudging because he was such jolly
had spells of depression and eventually
late in the Civil War. In Detroit he f,
his burial place and that of his wife &
Prominent among the settlers arriv
Col. William Teall of Michigan City. H,
and Company pioneer stage coach line be,
owned the Steamer Detroit which was the
and Michigan City and undoubtedly was ti
Tealls, the Orman Coes, the Ira Loomis'
O.A. Watrous's to settle here permanent
a delegate to the Constitutional Conven,
Mary's Church and the street on which t]
name.
In 1848, there arrived at the Nort
the Steamer Baltic, one Barnum Blake ani
"best known family north of Milwaukee,"
activities on the lake made the name of
region. Blake iediately started a sh,
of barrels, boxes and furniture packagei
afterwards he built three piers--one at
one at Blakesville (east end of Lake Dr
Road) and one at Port Washington at the


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