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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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Came to Hortonville, Outagamie county in 1884; was born
in Cumberland, Md., Aug. 21, 1857; married April 15,
1882, to Jennie L. McComb. Occupation, real estate broker,
residence at Appleton.
Was born Oct, 12, 1844 in Washington county, town of
Charlotte, Maine, and came to Outagamie county, town of
Hortonia in 1849. He was married to Rosetta Manley in
1867. From this union was born Daisy Blackwood, now
wife of Prof. Parlin, now residing at Wausau. He was
again married in 1870 to Emma Jane Foster. Children,
Elmer Burdell, born Feb. 16, 1874, New London, Wiscon-
sin; Ella May, born January 4, 1879.  J. E. Blackwood
served in the war of the rebellion in Company A, Third
Wisconsin Cavalry.
Was born March 30, 1853 in the town of Center, Outagamie
county, Wisconsin. His father Patrick Barry, was born in
Ireland. He came to Wisconsin in 1849 and settled in the
town of Center on the s w X4 of Section 27, T. 22, R. 17.
His wife, Joanna Keating Barry, was born in Ireland. D.
W. Barry was married in Chicago in 1894 to Anna Finne-
gan, who was born in Kaukauna, in 1857. Occupation,
dealer in wood and lime, on West College avenue, Apple-
ton, Wisconsin.
Was born at Appleton, November 16, 1860; his parents
were D. Porter Ballard and Elizabeth G. Ballard, who
came from Watertown, New York in 1858 and lived in Ap-
pleton up to September 1862, when they moved onto a hun-
dred acre farm two and one-half miles north-east of Apple-
ton, located on Section 24, T. 21, R. 17. Clinton Ballard
has lived on the farm for thirty-six years and in 1881 was
married to Ella Fox, daughter of F. P. Fox. The follow-

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