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. -107 PDF (21.2 MB)
OUTAGAMIIS COUNTY PIONEER RECORD. NICHOLAS WEILAND Born Nov. 20, 1840, in Germany, and came to Outagamie county in 1860. He married Margaret Karn, Feb. 2, 1868. She was born in Germany in 1848. Children, Mary Eliza- beth, Charlotte, George H., dead; Henry B. and Frank E. Residence 925, Sixth street. WILLIAM WILSON Born in England, 1847; came to Outagamie county in 1876; married in 1874, in Grand Chute, to Miss C. E. Taylor, who was born in Beaver Dam, in 1856. Children born as follows: Grace M., 1876 ; Edith, 1877; William L., 1879; Nettie, 1884; Blanche, 1886; Ethel, 1889; Harry, 1891; George F., 1895; Marjorie, 1897. Served during the war in Batteries M and G, Second Illinois Light Artillery; enlisted Jan. 4, 1864, and served until the end of the war. Occupation, contractor ; present street com- missioner of Appleton; residence, 971 Appleton street. EDWARD WEST Born in 1818; came to Milwaukee in 1836, and to Apple- ton in 1854. He taught the first school in this state. Amanda Mary West was born in 1848, and came to Apple- ton in 1851. W. D WHORTON Born March 17, 1861, at Appleton. He is a son of W. G. Whorton, who came to Appleton in 1849 on a prospecting tour, and moved to Appleton with his family in 1853. He died in California in 1897. William D. Whorton is con- ducting an exclusive wholesale and retail crockery store on College avenue, Appleton. JOHN N. WISSMANN Bor in Germany in 1836; came to Appleton in 1871; mer- chant; ;resides at 667 Appleton street.
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