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)
OUTAGAMIE COUNTY PIONEER RECORD. made his home with his only daughter, Mrs. L. Briggs where his last days were happily spent, made pleasant by the loving care of children and grand-children. Elder Bennett died April 5, 1895. JOHN M. BAER. John M. Baer, born Oct. 14, 1846, Wyandotte county, came to Wisconsin in Nov. 1863 and settled in the town of Black Creek in Dec. 1865; mar- ried Libbie C. Riley Nov. 18, 1 867 at Bethel, Clermont county, Ohio; served in the war of the rebellion in Co. I, 86th Reg't 0. V. Inft; Co. H, 120th 0. V. Inft; Co. K, 114th 0. V. Inft, and Co. E, 48th Batallion 0. Vet. Vol. Inft; service three years, ten months 14 days. Present occupation postmaster at Appleton, Wis. Children, Attie Mayette Baer, born 1868; Charles Otho Baer, born 1873. died 1898. in the JOHN M. BAER, army; Edward Sherman Baer, born 1879; John Miller Baer, born 1886. Charles Otho Baer, Corporal Co. G 2d Reg't Wis. Vol. died August 11 at Fortress Monroe, Va. JOHN BOTTENSEK Was born in Waukesha county, Wis., January 4, 1850; came with his parents to Dale, Outagamie county in 1855; remained on the farm until 1873; is now district attorney for Outagamie county and resides at 584 College avenue. Elsie M. Buck Bottensek was born in Appleton, January 14, 1854, and has resided here ever since; married to John Bottensek Sept. 26, 1878; they have one child, Elsie S. Bottensek.
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