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Pioneers' Association (Outagamie County, Wis.) / Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County, Wisconsin : also an appendix containing the minutes and records of the Pioneer Association since our annual meeting of 1895

Record of the pioneers of Outagamie County,   pp. [5]-107 PDF (21.2 MB)

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to move into it to board the men who worked on the first
college building. Mr. Blood kept a hotel for several years
in Appleton and was a prominent citizen. He died Feb. 21,
Was born in Hanover, Germany, in 1806; he came to Wis-
consin in 1847; he came to the town of Dale in 1854 and
settled on a farm on Sections 14 and 23, T. 21, R. 15, where
he cleared his land and established a home where he resided
until his death in 18b5; He married Sophia Remmers in
1846; they have two sons and one daughter now living.
The oldest, John, born in 1850, married to Ella Buck of
Appleton; they have one daughter. John Bottensek is a
graduate of Lawrence University; is practicing law in
Appleton and is now district attorney. The second son,
August, born in 1852, married to Marietta H. Scott in 1875;
they have three sons and two daughters; they now live on
a farm in Dale. Their daughter, Lena, born in 1858, mar-
ried to Edward Wege; they have four daughters; they
now live in Ellington. John Henry Bottensek's widow
now lives in Appleton.
Was born Nov. 9, 1837, at Jefferson, Ohio; came to Outa-
gamie county, March, 1863; commenced mercantile busi-
ness in Appleton, April, 1867. Children, Quincy A. Bai-
ley, born at Menomonie Falls, Wis., May 26, 1864; Ralph
W. Bailey, born at Appleton, Dec. 3, 1866; Andrew Spen-
cer Bailey, born at Appleton, Sept. 23, 1868; Dwight B.
Bailey, born at Appleton, Sept. 21, 1870; Ruthie Adelia
Bailey, born at Appleton, June 21, 1876; Charles H. Bailey,
born at Appleton, May 16, 1880. Children of Adelia Spen-
cer Bailey, wife of D. B. Bailey, born in Butler, June 22,
1841; came to Wisconsin, 1845 and to Appleton in 1853;
died Nov. 22, 1884: Hallie Pazzant Bailey, born Nova
Scotia, March 8, 1849, came to Appleton, 1862; Nellie May
Bailey, daughter, born May 1, 1888.

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