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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
(1898)

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


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OUTAGAMIR COUNTY PIONEER RECORD.
HENRY L. BLOOD.
Henry L. Blood was born Dec. 27, 1813, in Oxford county,
New Hampshire; was married to Miss Catharine South-
maya, of J ay, IN. I.,
April 25, 1838; they had
three children, E. J.
Blood, born April 10,
1846, married to Mis s
Laura Washburn; h a d
two children, both dead;
E. J. Blood died in 1885.
Second son, Fred Blood,
born Aug. 6,1848, married
to Miss Lillian Curtis on
Oct. 18, 1875; they have
four children, three boys
and one girl, and now
live in Appleton. F. H.
Blood is engaged in the
wood and coal business.
Kitty Blood was born
May 4, 1851, married to
HENRY L. BLOOD.      George M. Miller in 1872;
they have had two child-
ren, one boy having died and the girl now living; Mrs.
Miller died in Lawrence, Kan., Dec. 28, 1874. Mrs. H. L.
Blood died Jan. 11, 1855. Mr. Blood was married to
Miss Mary Brown, Jan. 5, 1859; they have two children
now living, Frank L. Blood, born June 15, 1862; married
to Miss Benito Fuller; they have two children, a boy and
a girl. May Blood, born July 31, 1865, married to C. W.
Jarvis Sept. 16, 1891 ; they now live in Ishpeming, Mich.
Mr. H. L. Blood moved to Mackinaw Island in 1844; in
1846 he moved to Oshkosh and kept the first hotel; in 1847
moved into the Astor House, Green Bay; in 1849 moved to
Appleton; he was agent for Lawrence University and built
the First College Building; he built the first shanty in
Appleton in 1848, and hired John F. Johnston and wife


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