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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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OUTAGAMIP COUNTY PIONEER RECORD.
THEODORE W. BRIGGS
Was born in Ogdensburg, N. Y., in 1842 and came to
Appleton in 1853; he was married to Leona S. Dane who
was born in Nova Scotia in 1843 and came to Appleton in
1860. Their children were: Eugene Briggs, dead; Cor-
nelia Briggs, Fred J. Briggs, dead; May E. Briggs,
Carrie H. Briggs, Jay Briggs, dead (Thheo. L. Briggs,.w
Theo. W. BriggsAstate agent Home Insurance Co., resid-e ,
ing at 779 Lawrence street, Appleton.
WILLIAM J BAKER
Was born in Appleton Sept. 7, 1853, and married Sept. 22
1887 to Alice L. Hogan who was born in the state of
New Jersey in the year 1862. Mr. Baker has been on the
police force for the past fourteen years and resides at 855
Superior Street, Appleton.
JAMES M. BARKER
Was born in Macklenburg, Schuyler county, N. Y., and
came to Outagamie county in July, 1854; was married
Mar 26, 1854 to Laura Robinson, who was born in Vincent
de Paul, Canada, Sept. 1, 1830. Their children were
Frederick W., born in 1868 at Appleton; Katharine, born
in 1876 at Appleton. Occupation, civil engineer, residence
1050 Third street, corner of Third and Cherry streets.
JAMES P. BUCK
Was born July 2, 1824, at Oswego. N. N. ; came to Wis-
consin Sept. 15, 1845; came to Appleton in 1855 and was
married Oct. 27, 1847 to Susan Nichols who was born at
Carmel, Restream county, N. Y. They came to Appleton
in 1855 and- reside on the corner of Walnut and Sixth
streets. Occupation, real estate dealer.
ANDREW P. BALLARD
Was born in Wayne, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1811 and came to
Appleton in 1855.
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