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Turner, A. J. (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.
Thirteenth Annual Edition (1874)

Official directory,   pp. [441]-[481] ff. PDF (12.5 MB)

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ization of his Co., was elected 1st
Lieutenant; subsequently was pro-
moted through all the grades to
Lieut. Col.; was with the regiment
during its service on the frontier of
Kansas, Arkansas and the Indian
Territory; then in the army of the
Tennessee under Gen. Burnside, and
after re-enlistment in theArmy of the
Potomac under Sheridan; after the
muster-out of his regiment, he was
retained, by special order of the war
department, in the Cavalry Bureau,
until F ebruary, 1866; upon leaving
the service, spent one year in Ven-
angoCo.,Penn. He came toWisconsin
in 1867, and settled, as a farmer, in
the town of Delton, Sauk Co., where
he has held the office of supervisor
since 1869, being chairman of the
board for the past two years. He re-
ceived 1,3.39 votes, against 17 scatter-
ing, there being no regular opposi-
tion candidate.
(Towns of Bear Creek, Larrabee, Mat-
  teson, Lebanon, Mukwa and Roy-
  alton, in the county of WAUPACA;
  and the towns of Black Creek,
  Bovina, Deer Creek, Ellington,
  Hortonia, Liberty, Maine, Maple
  Creek, Osborn and Seymour, in the
  county of OUTAGAIE, and village
  of New London in both counties.)
The district contained a population
  in 1870, of 12,896. The member is
of Ellington-P. 0. address, Shioc-
ton, Outagamie county.  He was
born at Warren, Bradford county,
Pa., Aug. 9, 1829; received a common
school education; is by occupation a
farmer; he came to Wisconsin in
1845, and first settled at East Troy,
Wahworth   county;   removed   to
Greenville, Outagamie county, in
1849; to Appleton in 1867, and to El-
lington in 1872; has held various local
offices, and was the first clerk of the
board of supervisors of Outagamie
county, and chairman of the county
board in 1866 and 1867, and swamp
land commissioner from 1866 to 1869.
He received 1,130 votes, against 1,006
for John C. Hoxie (Dem.), and 134 for
Geo. Warren (Ind. Dem.)
Contained a population, in 1870, of
  31,749. It has three members.
  FIRST DISTRICT.-(City of Sheboy-
gan, and towns of Herman, Moselle,
Sheboygan and Wilson.) The mem-
Rep.), of Herman-P. 0. address,
Howard's Grove. He was born at
Ronnenberg, Kingdom of Hanover,
Germany, January 13, 1834; received
a common school and academic edu-
cation; is by occupation a farmer;
he came to the United States with
his parents in 1846, first settling at
Albany, N. Y., but removed to Wis-
consin in 1847, settling at Herman,
Sheboygan county; he entered the
military service during the rebellion,
August 21, 1862, as a private, and
was commissioned 2d Lieut. Co. C,
27th Wis.Vol. Inf.; was subsequent-
ly promoted to 1st Lieut., and trans
ferred to Co. I, and was discharged
September 26, 1865; during his term
of service he participated in the
siege and capture of Vicksburg,
Miss., Little Rock, Ark., and Span-
ish Fort, Ala.; has served as town
clerk and chairman of the town
board.  He was elected to the as-
sembly in 1872, and re-elected in 1873
without opposition, receiving 1,080
  SECOND   DISTRICT. - (Towns of
Greenbush, Lyndon, Mitchell, Ply-
mouth, Rhine and Russell.) The
member is    SAMUEL     DECIUS
HUBBARD (Lib. Rep.), of Lyndon
-P. 0. address, Onion River. He
was born at Paris, Oneida county,
N. Y., Sept. 23, 1833; received an
academic education and pursued a
partial collegiate course at Hamilton
college, N. Y.7; is by occupation a
farmer and dealer in live stock; he
came to Wisconsin in 1859 and set-
tled at Scott, and at Lyndon in 1868,
where he has since resided; was
elected to the assembly in 1862, as an
independent candidate; has held va-
rious town offices; he entered the
military service as a private, Aug, 11,
1862; was commissioned captain,
Sept. 1, in the 27th Wis.; participat-
ed in the siege of Vicksburg and Lit-
tle Rock; ordered on the recruitinuc
service in Dec., 1863, and dismissed
in April, 1864. He received 766 votes,
against 571 for Gilbert S. Putnam
  THIRD DIsTriCT.-(Towns of Hol-
land, Lima, Scott, Sheboygan Falls,
Sherman and the village of Sheboy-
gan Falls.) The member is LOUIS
VOLF (Dem.), of Sheboygan Falls.
He was born at Durkheim, Germany,
Sept. 15, 1825; is by occupation a
manufacturer; he came to Wiscon-
sin in 1848 and settled at Sheboygan ;
was a member of the assembly in
1865. He received 708 votes, against
616 for C. C. Rogers (Rep.)

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