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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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Was born in Rutlinger, Wurtenburg, Germany, Feb. 21,
1838; landed in New York in the fall of 1854 and came to
this county in the fall of 1859. Enlisted in the 21st Wis-
consin Volunteer Infantry in 1862 and was discharged in
1865. Married Maria S. Eden in August, 1865, and lived on
a farm in Dale, afterward moved to Hortonville, April 1,
1871, in the Don Woodward store. Children, Anna L.,
born July 25, 1866; Ormlio S., born Aug. 5, 1868; Paulina
M., born Aug. 26, 1870; Helen S., born Aug. 10, 1872;
Lillian L. F., Sept. 4, 1874; Robert W. H., born Nov. 6,
1876; Emiel E. L., born Oct. 19, 1878; Elba D. E., born
July 14, 1882; Arthur H. A., born Aug. 1, 1884; Ralph
C., born July 19, 1889.
Was born in Stark county, Ohio, Nov. 8, 1824, and came to
Outagamie county in 1846. He settled on his present
homestead. Sept. 7, 1851, he was married to Mary Merritt
who was born in Ohio May 22, 1828. Children, L. Ida,
James W., Ada C., J. Merritt, Flora May., all born in
Was born in Menomonie Falls in 1855. He came to Outa-
gamie county in 1862, and was married to Jennie Skinner,
who was born in 1855. Children, Margaret Brill, born
Oct. 25, 1893. Occupation, Hackman. Residence, 777
Edwards Street, Appleton.
Was born in 1819, came to Outagamie county in 1866 and
settled on Section 32, T. 21, R. 17, in Grand Chute. His
wife was Bridget Hodgins Barton, a sister of Patrick Hod-
gins. They have no children. Mr. Barton died Nov. 29,
1880; his widow still resides on the homestead in Grand

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