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Commemorative biographical record of the upper Wisconsin counties of Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Marathon, Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas, Langlade and Shawano

Commemorative biographical record of the upper Wisconsin counties of Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Marathon, Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas, Langlade and Shawano

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of the upper Wisconsin counties of Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Marathon, Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas, Langlade and Shawano

Commemorative biographical record of the upper Wisconsin counties of Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Marathon, Lincoln, Oneida, Vilas, Langlade and Shawano

Source : Internet Archive

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the father married a widow, Mrs. Towne, and died about 1870.


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Mr. Towne was born in Hodgdon, Me., October 20, 1848, and his school privileges were


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of Calais, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Towne have three children-one son and two daughters-Gertrude E., now the wife of Thomas


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lady of his choice being Martha A. Towne, who was born March 3, 1834, a daughter of Howard P. and


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3, 1834, a daughter of Howard P. and Sarah A. (Foster) Towne. Together they traveled life's journey for many years,


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family, he accompanied his brother-in-law, David Towne, to Chicago, and went to Mendota,


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June 8, 1801, son of Ebenezer Towne, a carpenter and millwright, who in 1806 removed from Augusta, Me., to Topsfield,


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Howard P. Towne was born at .Augusta, Me., June 8, 1801, son of Ebenezer Towne,


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March 12, 1838, son of Howard P. and Sarah A. (Foster) Towne.


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14, 1850, a daughter of Mrs. Towne's sister, and now the wife of John Ouincy Foster, of Waupaca, Wisconsin.


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children of Howard and Sarah A. Towne were as follows: Francis J., born May 14, 1825, died August 24,


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Cyrus Towne was educated in the district schools of Maine. He was about seventeen years


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yet living except Freddy Mrs. Towne is a prominent member of the M. E. Church.


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Mr. Towne had about the year 1862 purchased eighty acres of his present farm in


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DAVID N. TOWNE, the oldest living representative of an honored pioneer famil}', was born June 3,


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removing to Aroostook county. Me., Mr. Towne settled in Hodgdon township, where he engaged in farming and in the lumbering


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His grandfather, Ebenezer Towne, was a millwright and carpenter.


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adopted child (a daughter of Mrs. Towne's sister), who was born December 14, 1850, and is now the wife of


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of the Pine Tree State David N. Towne was mainly educated, but alsospent one term in an academy in Holton.


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In May, 1854, Mr. Towne with his little family left his Maine home for the Far West," journeying


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Mr. Towne has led a busy and useful life, and is well preserved for one


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Towne, Howard P 1094


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Towne, David N 1094


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Towne, Cyrus 997