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Has been Pathmaster twenty-five years, and Justice of the Peace. Has been an active temperance worker for over forty years. In the time of Mr. Sampson holding the office of Justice, a young man, wishing to be married, called on him, and, having no money, he married them, and, the young man seeing some very nice beans, so informed Mr.
Mohler] Michael Sampson Farmer, Sec. Linden; born in Cornwall, England, in ; came to Wisconsin in ; engaged in the mines; owns acres of land, on which he has made the improvements. His wife, Elizabeth Wearing, was born in Cornwall, England, in ; married in and died in , leaving eight children - Henry deceased , George M. His second wife, Ann N.
Little, was born in Cornwall, England, Aug. Schellenger is still living in Platteville. He married Miss Clara M. Keene, from Grant Co. Scholfield was brought by an uncle, Jos. Turton, to Cassville, Wis. Turton and young Scholfield afterward went to Galena, Ill. Scholfield married again, Mrs. Jane Aulsley, widow of Chas.
Aulsley, who at his death, in , left a daughter Mary. Mohler] John Schuster Farmer;, Sec. Mifflin; born in Wurtemberg, Germany, Feb. His wife, Mary Weller, was born in Wurtemberg, Germany, in ; came to America in ; they married in ; they have three children - Carrie, Willie and Katie.
Married Mary Knudson in ; she was born in Norway; they have one child, Ole. Members of the Lutheran Church. Mohler] William Shea Farmer, Sec. Peter Shea was born in Ireland in ; came to America in , and his first location was in New York; came to Wisconsin in They are members of the Roman Catholic Church. He is a Democrat. Mohler] Cornelius Shelton A successful and leading farmer, Sec.
In , they came to Wisconsin, settling in the town of Clyde, Iowa Co. The oldest one, Thomas, is at present writing Town Treasurer of Clyde; he has also held various school offices, and is very popular.
Shelton owns a well-improved farm of nearly acres, and is one of the substantial and enterprising men of the town of Clyde. In April, , he married Miss Lucy Pierce, a native of this city. Seeley, she, too, is a native of Connecticut; they were married in , and have seven children - Sarah J. In politics, is a Republican.
Mohler] James Short Farmer, Sec. Members of the Catholic Church. Mohler] Henry Sieger Farmer, Sec. Avoca; was born in the Rhine Province, Prussia, Oct.
In , he came to Pulaski, Iowa Co. He married, in Sauk Co. Sieger owns a well located and improved farm of acres. He is a thorough farmer, and is well to do in this world's goods. Dodgeville; is a son of James Sillers, a native of the Isle of Arran, and who was a merchant at Dalry, Ayrshire, Scotland, for many years; his wife, formerly Anne Hamilton, was a native of Ayrshire, where Duncan was born Nov.
Sillers; in , his brothers, Henry and James, started for California, the former died at St. Duncan Sillers settled on his present farm twenty-five years ago; has acres and has made first-class improvements.
He married Elizabeth Odgers; her parents, Wm. He married Annie Ostenberg, a native of Dane Co. Arena; born in Orange Co. Slauson was married in Rock Co. Emery, daughter of Robert Emery, who emigrated from England to Massachusetts with his family, and thence to Wisconsin, and settled in Grant Co. Slauson came to Iowa Co. He has seven children - Charles E. His farm contains acres.
Smith was born in Rensselaer Co. His parents had eight children, seven of whom are living; the youngest brother, Frank, was lost on the steamer "Lady Elgin. His present wife was Sarah Bates.
He has three children by first marriage - Walter, Eugene and George. Farm contains acres. Moscow; was born in the village of Moscow in In , he married Mary J. Baker, a native of Canada. His father, Chauncey Smith, came to this county in , and settled in this town, where he lived until his death, which occurred Feb.
In , he, with Lieut. Knowlton, brought men to Green Bay, Wis. Taylor, with Jeff Davis, Stonewall Jackson and many other officers of the late rebellion; he saved the life of Gen. Scott at one time on their way from Portage to Green Bay; he came to Mineral Point in ; after coming here he was visited at his own house by Gen. Zach Taylor, who wanted him to go with him and serve in the Florida war; after coming here he was in the land office until its removal; he has lived here forty-four years, and his house is one of the oldest in the State.
Smith was united in marriage to Miss Ann McSherry, a native of Ireland; they have been married sixty-three years, and have had a large family of children. Smith remained there until , then went to Colorado; spent the winter of at home, and went again to Colorado in the spring of ; was in elected President of the Boulder District, is identified to that extent with the organization of the Territorial Government; he spent considerable time prospecting for gold on the present site of Leadville, extracting only twenty ounces; he returned to Dodgeville in , and the third time went to Colorado in February, , returned in November, , and has since lived on the homestead.
They have two children - Marion E. Smith is in politics, a Democrat, and is now serving his second term as Supervisor of his township; he is also a member of Dodgeville Lodge, I. Searching the streets of Athens with a lantern, Diogenes illumined a truth of his own discovering, namely, that honest men are a nations rarest as well as most precious jewels, and we have discovered that of those who shine in the crown of the Republic, none have a higher worth than the faithful administrators of the law.
Prominent on the roll of true and good men, we find the name of J. Smith, in January, , and settled at Mineral Point. He received a common-school education, but depended principally on his father for instruction and aid in prosecuting his studies; commenced a regular course of reading, preparatory to studying law, under the guidance of his father, in , and applied himself diligently to reading history and elementary law books until ; he then made an overland trip to California; returned to Wisconsin in and resumed his legal studies at Madison, where he spent two years in the Attorney General's office while his father held that position; returned to Mineral Point in , and soon after entered the law office of Hon.
Clarey, where he remained until the fall of , when he applied to the Iowa County Circuit Court for admission to the bar, the late Judges Dunn and Crawford, having been appointed a committee with Hon.
Clarey, to whom the matter was referred, after a thorough examination in open court; having reported favorably, he was admitted, and has since that time practiced his chosen profession, and by diligence and industry has succeeded in establishing a large and lucrative law business.
Smith is a Democrat, and has twice been elected District Attorney for Iowa County, although at both elections the county gave a large Republican majority; was also elected Superintendent of Schools, and is now serving his second term as Mayor of the city of Mineral Point; the Democratic Convention in nominated him by acclamation for Attorney General, and the Third Congressional District in selected him as one of the delegates to Cincinnati, where he warmly supported Gen.
Smith is very quiet and reserved in his manners and domestic in his habits and tastes. He has been twice married, the first time in to Antonia Hildebrand, who died in In November, , he was married to Mrs. Crawford; his family consists of a son by his first wife, and a daughter the fruit of his second marriage. During business hours, Mr. Smith can always be found at his office, but his evenings are spent at home in the bosom of his family.
He possesses one of the largest and best-selected libraries in the State. In public office he worked for the good of his constituents, and was economical, systematic and prompt in all his departments of duty. As a man and public officer, Mr. Smith possessed the unlimited confidence of the people, and through his varied career has maintained a character above suspicion or reproach.
He has been a liberal contributor to churches and benevolent enterprises of various kinds, and in all that pertains to the welfare of this city or the good of his fellow-men, he is ready at all times to lend a cheerful support.
He came to Wisconsin with his father, the late General William R. Smith, and settled at Mineral Point in January, Receiving a common school education, he commenced studying law at the age of sixteen, with his father. In he crossed the plains to California. Returned from the Pacific coast in , he resumed his studies under the direction of his father, and subsequently studied with Joseph H.
Clary and the late Judge Samuel Crawford, of the supreme court. Henry, who is in the banking business. Smith has served two terms as district attorney of Iowa county, and was nominated by acclamation for a third term, but declined, as his law practice had increased so much he had not the time to attend to the duties of the office. He was also elected city superintendent of schools, was twice elected mayor of the city of Mineral Point, and was the democratic candidate for attorney-general in Reed publisher transcribed by Susan Geist] O.
Smith is independent of all societies; is a Democrat, and has never been a candidate for any office. Smith Of the firm of Smith Bros. He engaged in business, and was appointed Postmaster in February, His wife, Susa M. Heathcock, was born in Linden April 12, , and is the daughter of W. Heathcock; they were married Jan. In politics, Republican, and Methodist in religion. Member of the A. Snow Depot agent, also dealer in zinc mineral, Avoca; was born in Worcester Co. In , he removed to Avoca, Iowa Co.
He married, in La Fayette, Ind. Simpson; they have two children - Homer and Charles. Snow is the present incumbent of the office of Treasurer for the town of Pulaski. He takes an active part in advancing the business enterprises of Avoca, adding much to the shipping interests himself.
Spears Farmer and butcher, Sec. In , he enlisted in the 37th W. In politics, he is a Republican. Ruth Spensley, born in Yorkshire, England, she died in 18? Spensley died in ; leaving two sons - John and Calvert. The life history of him whose name heads this sketch presents many varied and interesting experiences, and well deserves a place among the number of Wisconsin's self-made men.
When he was six years old his parents immigrated to America and settled at Dubuque, Iowa, where he passed his early life, receiving a common English education and assisting in his father's work.
Being of an adventurous turn of mind he left home at the age of seventeen, and with an ox team started across the plains for California. Owing to the large immigration of that year the feed of every kind on the way was consumed, and when within six hundred miles of Placerville, his point of destination, he was obliged to abandon his team and walk the remainder of the way.
Having only about four pounds of flour and one and a half pounds of bacon to subsist upon, he endured the severest perils, but with a stout heart, and finally at ten o'clock on Thursday, the 24th of August, reached the end of his long journey.
He worked for his board until Saturday night, and during the next week engaged in mining, having met with some friends who supplied him with an outfit of tools. Continuing thus employed for nearly three years with varied success, he, in April , left the mines and went to San Francisco, intending to embark for Australia. He, however, changed his purpose, and took passage for New York via Panama, and arrived at his home in Dubuque in July.
About this time his father moved to Galena, Illinois, and engaged in the smelting business at that place. His health having become greatly impaired by exposure, he was unable to attend to any regular business during the following three years, more than to assist in keeping his father's accounts. At the expiration of this time, having recovered his health, he removed to Mineral Point, Wisconsin, and forming a co-partnership with his father and brother, established himself in the smelting business under the firm name of James Spensley and Co.
In the partnership was dissolved by mutual consent, and from that time till the present he has conducted the business in his own name; and by careful and judicious management and close application has made it a financial success.
He is, besides, largely engaged in farming interests. His political sentiments are republican, and although he has no ambition for political emoluments he was elected to the State legislature in , and there rendered good service. All worthy matters of public interest readily enlist his sympathies, and he heartily supports any enterprise tending to the welfare of his State or town.
He is a leading member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and has always lent a willing hand in furthering the cause of religion in his community. Spensley died on the 11th of June, , leaving a family of eight children. Spensley 's many excellent personal qualities have secured to him many warm friends, and he lives in the enjoyment of an ample competence, commanding by his upright life the highest respect of all with whom he has to do.
Mineral Point; the subject of our sketch was born in Yorkshire, England, on the 17th of April, , and is the son of Richard and Alice Spensley; when he was 6 years old his parents emigrated to America and settled in Dubuque Co. His political sentiments are Republican, and, although he has no ambition for political emoluments, he was elected to the State Legislature in , and there rendered good service; all worthy matters of public interest readily enlist his sympathies, and he heartily supports any enterprise tending to the welfare of the town or State.
Osborne, daughter of H. Spensley's excellent personal qualities have secured him many warm friends, and he lives in the enjoyment of an ample competence, commanding, by his upright life, the highest respect of all with whom he has to do.
Was united in marriage, Oct. Waller, of Dubuque, daughter of the late Robert Waller, one of the oldest and most honored residents of that city; they have three children - Harker B.
His father, August Spitzbarth, was born in Germany, and married Margaret Fritch, a native of Germany; they have five children - Lawrence the subject of the above sketch , Hannah, Benhart, John, Maggie. Spratler was united in marriage to Miss Emma E. Fick; they have nine children - Albert, Millie M. Mohler] Robert Squire Farmer; Sec.
Wyoming; born in England in ; he emigrated to this country with his parents in the fall of ; the family settled in the town of Wyoming the same year; his father died in May, ; his mother died in Squire was married to Elizabeth, daughter of William Potterton; they have seven children - Francis S.
Squire settled where he now lives in ; his farm contains acres. Mohler] Bernhard Stagner Farmer, Sec. Statser Wagon-maker, Moscow; was born in Moscow in ; is the son of George Statser, who was born in the State of Pennsylvania; he emigrated to this State in an early day and settled in Moscow; his wife was Miss Littie Moshier; they had eight children - two sons and six daughters.
Statser established his business of wagon-making and repairing in March, ; he learned his trade with F. Wyman, of Argyle, La Fayette Co. Mohler] Charles Stebritz Farmer; Sec. Wheeler , De Los P. Beech is still living. Mohler] Edward Bell Dealer in general merchandise, Montfort; established business here in ; born in England in ; came to America in , and settled in Platteville; in , he removed to this village.
In December, , he was united in marriage to Miss Hattie Hosking, a native of this city; they have one daughter - Veta. Olmstead; in , he removed to Rewey. His wife was Ellen Penhallagan, who was born in Cornwall, England, in ; they married in , and have four children - William J. In politics, he is a stalwart Republican; in religion he is a Methodist; member of I. Dodgeville; was born in Cornwall, England, Jan.
He came with his wife to America, to Dodgeville; engaged in mining until , when he went, via New York and the isthmus, to California; returned in , and, in February, , bought acres of his present farm; it was then as the hand of nature left it, not a tree cut nor a furrow turned; began improving here, and, in , went to Colorado; thence to Salt Lake City, where he visited the Mormon Temple, saw Brigham Young, etc.
Bennett is a member, with his wife, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, of which he has been Steward, etc. Is a Republican in politics, and has been Supervisor, etc. Pearce , Jeret J. Joseph Hendy , George, Thomas H. His father, a miner, died in England. The son followed mining up to his coming to the United States, in , locating in Dodgeville; he remained here until ; then spent a year in the mines of Lake Superior. In , he bought an interest with Messrs. Arthur was succeeded, in , by James Roberts, who retired in , Mr.
Bennett thereafter taking sole charge of the smelting. The firm owns considerable mining land, and most of their lead is now sent from Chicago to the East and South. Bennett having been Sabbath-school Superintendent since , with only a year's exception.
A Republican in politics; he was Chairman of the town in ; President of the village five years; County Superintendent of the Poor five years, and, with Dr. Jones, was a Fund Commissioner, to settle the railroad debt of Iowa Co. The commission was specially appointed by the County Board. Bennett also represented his district in the Wisconsin Legislature in Few of the self-made men in the county or State enjoy a more pleasant home than does Mr.
They are members of the Primitive Methodist Church. In politics, he is a Republican. Dodgeville; was born Oct. Dodge, he was employed by him in the Dodgeville store for about six years; was then employed for a year by J. Ward, of Milwaukee, who succeeded Dodge; Mr. Bennett then began and has since continued mining. In , he went, by the Panama route, to California; returned in two years, and, a year later, went again to the El Dorado; was there five or six years, then returned and has since lived on the farm.
Bennett married Sarah Tyres, of Erie Co. Bennett has 60 acres of land and the comforts of a good home. The stirring events of "ye olden time" have left a deep impress upon his memory, and he has furnished much useful information bearing on the early history of the county.
Mohler] Minor Bennett Farmer; P. Avoca; was born in Delaware Co. In the spring of , he again came to Wisconsin, and located in the town of Pulaski, Iowa Co. Heath, was one of the first settlers of La Salle Co. Since their marriage, Mr. Bennett and wife have been continual residents of the town of Pulaski, and are now in affluent circumstances, owning over acres of land. Their home farm is pleasantly located a short distance east of the village of Avoca, and is finely improved.
Ryan; all are residents of Pulaski, excepting Fred W. Bennett has been elected to several offices in the town of Pulaski, including those of Town Supervisor and Treasurer; has filled the former office about twelve years. During the war, he enlisted and served for three years in the 11th W. He held the office of Assistant Collector of Internal Revenue four years, and now holds position of Clerk in the land office at Madison. Bennett was united in marriage to Miss L.
Andrews, of Mineral Point; they have had six children, three of whom survive - Edgar, George, William. Are members of the Primitive Methodist Church. Married Emma Johnson in , and settled on his present farm soon after; she is a native of New York; they have three children - Mary E. Dodgeville; was born in the parish of Crowan, Cornwall, England, Jan. William Berryman tried the Superior mines, and, in , went, via New York and Panama, to California; returned in , and, in the spring of , went to Montana and spent twenty months.
In May, , he began on 40 acres of his present farm; his means were limited, and the 40 acres new and wild; but twenty-four years of work and good management have secured to him a farm of acres, on which he has erected a large and pleasant farm house, and a basement barn 30x72 feet, built in Berryman have five children - Mary, Charles H. Mohler] Hiram Bickford Farmer;, Sec. Mifflin; born in Niagara Co. His wife, Nancy A. Deitzman, was born in Germany, April 15, , and was a daughter of John Deitzman; they were married Sept.
Clegg, born at Dodgeville; Joseph H. Dodge, Iowa; Eli H. Fox, born in Mitchell Co. Charles Bilkey, the veteran butcher of Dodgeville, was born in , in Cornwall, England; came to America in , and located at Mineral Point, then comprising the few houses of a miners' settlement; soon after his arrival came a band of Indians, led by old Worley-Thunder; John Dorothy was interpreter, and the Chief soon made overtures of friendship to the whites, who responded by furnishing plenty of fire-water, when a grand orgie began; bucks and squaws, "big Injun" and lesser ones, all got gloriously full, and, as they were at least half naked, and wholly helpless, the sight was a most disgusting one.
Bilkey afterward went to Wiota, where he mined three years; then, in , he came to Dodgeville, and in , formed a partnership with Henry Eva, as drovers and butchers; they visited Illinois, and even Missouri, in quest of cattle, being absent sometimes from three to five weeks; Mr. Dodgeville; was born in Camborne, Cornwall, England, on March 15, ; his early life was spent in the copper and tin mines of Cornwall, and, in , he came to America and settled at Mineral Point; among those who came with him to the Point were William Fine, Joseph Stephens, William Kendall and wife, S.
In or , Mr. Bilkey settled at Dodgeville, and, Nov. Bilkey went to California, spent nineteen months there, and, returning, lived three years in Dodgeville, and has since resided on his acre farm; he also owns 40 acres to the north of Dodgeville.
Bilkey have three children - James, John and Sarah A. James Bilkey is now in California, and the youngest son is on the homestead. Billings, who was born in New York, emigrated to this county in , and settled in Centerville; in , he located on the farm now owned by his son John H. Billings was married to Annie Goodsell, a native of this county; they have two children - Annie and Gussie. He assessed this town in ; in the following year, he was elected Chairman of Town Board, which position he still holds.
William Bird deceased was born in England, and lived there the first half of his life; he was converted in youth, and united with the Baptist Church; studied in Cherbourg; in the year , he came to Wisconsin; settled in Waukesha Co. Their son, Herbert R. D, in June, , as musician in the regimental band, and was in the engagements of Chickasaw Bayou, Miss.
After the war, he returned home, and attended school two years; then went to Madison, in the hospital, and read medicine, and engaged as Supervisor of the male department; then, in , attended lectures at Rush Medical College, Chicago; graduated in the spring of , and came to Mifflin. His wife, Gertie Meggs, was born in Highland March 18, ; they were married in ; they have had three children - Mabel M.
In politics, Republican; in religion, Christian Advents. Is a member of the A. Owns town property, and 80 acres of land in Arena Township. In September, , Mr. Bishop was united in marriage to Miss Katie Kinne, from this city; they have one daughter - Nannie K. Allyn, Cornwall, England; he came to America in , and, in company with a brother, worked about a year in the Pottsville, Penn. In , he married Mary Bilkey, born Dec. Reese, and, a year later, removed to his present location, on the corner of Iowa and Division streets.
He married Miss Nannie M. Martin, a native of Cornwall, who came to the United States in ; they have four children - Ella B. Bishop is a member of Dodgeville Lodge, No. Bishop was born June 17, , and about a year later the family moved to Centreville, Grant Co.
Bishop is now the veteran liveryman of Dodgeville; has sixteen horses, and keeps them going. He is, as was his pioneer father, a Democrat in politics; is also an Odd Fellow. Member of the I. Mohler] Thomas Blackney, Jr. His son, whose name heads this sketch, married, April 12, , Miss Annie S. Bruce, who settled in Grant Co. Blackney is a Republican, and was elected Sheriff in Has been the owner of Blackney House, Highland, since February, Is a member of Vivian Lodge, No.
The family date back to Col. Blanchard of Connecticut, who was engaged in the Revolution, and, after the war, he located at Truxton, N. Elizabeth Brown, his wife, was born at Lenox, Mass. The family moved to Wisconsin in ; located in Iowa Co. Alvin was married to Mary A. It was on this farm the first barley was raised in the State of Wisconsin; at the close of the Black Hawk war, he located on what is now known as the old Skinner farm, in Iowa Co. In , he moved to Blanchardville, La Fayette Co.
Tolman, wholesale grocery house. Is a member of the I. Lodge, at Edgerton, Dane Co. Blotz has remodeled the building, and fitted it up with new machinery throughout; has two run of stone, and does principally custom grinding; his farm adjacent contains acres; his house, a substantial stone structure, was built in , and his 40x60 foot basement barn in The family of Mrs. Blotz settled, in , in the dense timber in the north part of Dodgeville Town, and she now has brothers there.
Mifflin; born in Illinois June 20, ; came to Wisconsin with his parents; then removed to Savannah, Ill. His wife, Mary A. Kerr, was born in Illinois in ; married Nov.
In politics, Republican; in religion, Christian Advent. Blynn was born in Montgomery Co. Blynn was a soldier in the war of the rebellion; he enlisted in the fall of , in the 11th W. He then settled where he now lives, in His farm contains acres.
He came to the United States in , and came to Mineral Point the following year; in , he engaged in the livery business, and has continued in it since then. He is also interested in mining. Mohler] Henry Boley Sec. Boley was one of the members of the Board of Supervisors two terms; is a member of the Lutheran Church.
Mohler] John Hanson Bollerud Sec. They are members of the Lutheran Church. Scholfield, and finally mastered it by his own efforts; his first shop, opened in on North Main street, is now used as the bar-room of the Dodgeville Hotel; in , he began business where he now lives and works; Mr.
Bosanko was, for eighteen months, in Boscobel, Wis. Arena; was born in the eastern part of the State of New York Jan. Bovee was born in ; they have one daughter - Lunette, now a student of Ripon College; have an adopted son - John R.
The parents of Mr. Bovee, with their family, except himself, who was the oldest child, came to Wisconsin in ; his mother died soon after the family arrived in Milwaukee; his father now lives in Waukesha Co. Mohler] David Bowes P. Linden; was born in Durham, Eng. His wife, Elizabeth Gibson, was born in Durham, Eng. Enlisted, in , in the 30th W. In politics, Republican; in religion, liberal. Mohler] Thomas Bowes Farmer;, Sec. Mifflin; was born in Durham, Eng. BOYNTON, livery and boarding stable; is a native of New Hampshire; was raised in Michigan, came to Mineral Point in , and engaged in the livery business; has carried on the business over thirty years, and has the oldest livery in this section of the State.
Brager Miller, Moscow; was born in Norway in ; came to America in , and located in this county; engaged in his present business in October of this year. Mineral Point; was born in Cornwall, England, in November, ; came to Wisconsin in the spring of , and settled at Mineral Point, and run the engine of the mills two years, then came to Linden and bought acres of land, and made the improvements; also owns a half-interest in the factory built in April, , with the capacity to handle 10, pounds of milk per day.
His wife, Martha Jane Trigoning, was born in Linden; her parents are old settlers of this community. They were married in , and have seven children - Thomas T. He has some very fine imported Cotswold sheep. He came to the United States in , and came to Wisconsin the same year, and located at Mineral Point, and engaged in farming. In , he went to California; remained there three years, and returned in July, He again engaged in farming until , when he sold his farm and came to the city; built a warehouse, and engaged in buying and shipping grain and stock.
He carried o the business successfully until two years ago, and since then has not been engaged in active business. Brewer came here, he had very little, and his success in life is owing to his own efforts. He was elected a member of the Board of County Supervisors from the town of Linden, and he has also served three years as a member of the City Council.
Mohler] John Brewer Farmer, Sec. Linden; born in Cornwall, England, in ; came to America in ; settled in Linden, near the mines, and in the spring rented land, and finally bought, in the spring of , acres; now owns of well-improved land.
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