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Chicago Illinois: Western Historical Company, 1879. Early days in the City and County of Kenosha, WI, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and numerous personal biographies in this 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound 151-page booklet, printed on 60 # opaque paper. The tri-colored front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information is an excerpt from a rare 1879 book, entitled The History of Racine and Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin. Booklets on Racine County history and biographies are also available. Among the many subjects included are: Settlement of Southport, the Village of Pike River, the Pike Creak Colony, the Resique War, Business During 1835, the first Beacon-Light, the first laws, first steps toward a harbor, General Dodge's Visit in 1841, the Western Emigration Company, the first printing press, the Claimants' Union, Pioneers of Kenosha County, a Roster of Officials; Southport and Kenosha --History, Officers, the Press of Kenosha, the Harbor Improvements, Fire Department, Post Office, Schools and school officials, Churches, the Cemetery, Secret Societies, Miscellaneous Societies, Banks, the Bain Wagon Works, Government buildings; the Hanging of John McCraffrey, Various breweries, Other businesses; Wilmot, Salem Station and other towns; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. There is also a detailed section on the Civil War, which includes many names of recruits, both officers and privates. Illustrations include Lucas House Truesdell Station, Stables and Residence of Ward C. White, and residences of Z.G. Simmons, S.T. Rice, and James Hartray. Attention Genealogists: In addition to the many names mentioned throughout the booklet, there are a number of individual biographies of county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but most include, names of family members, affiliations, war records, careers, and previous residences. Among those listed are: City of Kenosha -- N.R. Allen, Henry Andre, Edward Bain, Myron A. Baker, Samuel N. Barber, Daniel B. Benedict, Paul Blauert, Charles H. Blood, Josiah Bond, Albert Borkenhagen, Patrick Brennan, George G. Budden, Goodwin Burritt, Stephen Burroughs, William Burt, Rev. John Casey, Mrs. Emily Chase, Hurlbut B. Cheever, Albert G. Cole, William Creaney, David Crosit, C.A. Dewey, William J. Dickhaut, Louis Napoleon de Diemar, Harvey Durkee, Seth Doan, Bernard Eickelman, William Engel, John G. Engelhardt, Stephen S. Easterbrooks, Dr. Asahel Farr, John Fassbinder, William F. Fisher, S. Fisk, Mrs. Hannah M. Fluskey, Orlando Foster, Ernst Franke, Charles Frantz, Maurice N. Funck, John A. Gallaghan, C.W. George, Mathias Georgan, Thomas Geritt, Thomas Gibbons, Guerdon Gillett, Michael Gorman, Fred Gottfredsen, Jacob G. Gottfredsen, Charles H. Gonnermann, John Gonnermann, Charles Grant, Cass Griffin, Peter Grosch, Hans Hansen, John Harrington, Henry B. Hinsdale, Charles Holderness, Joseph C. Holt, Lauren C. Holt, Oliver Hoye, Alexander Huck, Mathias Huck, Nicholas Huetter, Edgar R. Hugunin, Henry Junge, Henry Karpen, Patrick Henry Kelly, John Kohlmann, J.B. Kupfer, Bernard La Marsh, Egbert M. Lee, Urban J. Lewis, Joseph I. Lieting, F.H. Lyman, Frederick W. Lyman, Dr. Samuel R. McClellan, Hugh McDermott, Dr. Hays McKinley, John R. Marsh, James Mathews, Leonard Maurer, John Meyer, Theodore Miller, Frank B. Morehouse, Adolph Muntzenberger, Wallace Mygatt (extensive), Octavius S. Newell, John Nicoll, Michael Neiderprim, William Osborne, W.A. Parker, Truman Daniel Partridge, E. Pennoyer, J.V. Quarles, Daniel Quigley, George W. Read, William E. Reed, Frederick Robinson, Henry M. Rogers, Nicholas Rohr, Paul Sauber, William H. Saunders, John Schmitt, August Schroeder, Z.G. Simmons, Albert C. Sinclair, Thomas Smith, Nicholas Spartz, Mathias Stahl Jr., Jared B. Starkweather, J.M. Stebbins, William S. Strong, Ernst G. Timme, Rev. F.W. Tomkins, Royal B. Towslee, Stephen W. Truesdell, Rollin Tuttle, Enoch Van Wie, G.A. Voltz, Edward T. Walcott, George W. Warvelle, R.B. Whitaker, George Yule, John T. Yule, Nic. Zerhien, Albert Zeus, Mathias Zievers; Pleasant Prairie Township -- Frederick J. Brande, Robert Butcher, Albert Clute, John L. Clute, Walter L. Dexter, James C. Dowse, John Fay, Alvan G. French, George D. Foot, John Fox, Stephen Galt, Ephraim D. Goodman, James A. Halsey, James Hartray, Robert S. Houston (pix), Nathan B. Hyde, John Lamb, August Lambrecht, Vigta Linquist, Peter Lippert, John Lucas, Christen Petersen, Patrick Quigley, Leander Richtmeyer, Joseph Roddel, Matthew Scott, Peter Shmitt, William Stanley, Joseph S. Todd, Derastus Torrey, Herbert C. Torrey, Ward D. White, Joshua M. Whiteley, M.J. Whiteley, Charles H. Willerton, Lafayette D. Woodworth; Somers Township -- Millard J. Andrews, Samuel Barnes, Edward Birch, Isaac T. Bishop, John Braid, Philander T. Briggs, John G. Buddle, Charles A. Bullamore, Oren Bullamore, William E. Burgess, Moses C. Buswell, Phillip Drissal, Frank Eick, Fredrick Fischer, James G. Gardinier, John Gearing, Jacob R. Hansche, Andreas Helt, John C. Holmes, Augustus Huck, George T. Hughes, Peter Kreuscher, John C. Leach, George F. Leet, Eldreidge B. Manning, Walter S. Maxwell, John E. Meyer, Christian Rapp, Daniel W. Rease, Samuel T. Rice, Mathias Schwan, Burr Simmons, George M. Sloan, William Smith, Miss Emma Steinbridge, William R. Stetson, David Strong, Samuel S. Strong, David Warren, George Wheaton, William Yule; Bristol Township -- George Adamson, Hiram Bacon, William C. Bacon, James W. Bryant, Marshfield D. Burt, Thomas S. Cotting, Philo Curtis, Germond V. Fowler, Henry H. Holbrook, Nicholas Kaiser, John A. Kearns, Michael C. Kelly Jr., Edward Mead, William K. Packman, Lemuel Spencer, Orrin C. Stonebreaker, Samuel E. Tarbell, William S. Tarbell, Hermon S. Thorp, Martin Tourtellotte, Salmon Upson, Aaron Walker, Cornelius Williams; Prairie Township -- William Crane, James Craney, Jeremiah A. Craney, John Craney, Jason Davis, E.D. Dunning, John Edgoose, Matthew Fonk, Charles M. Fowler, John D. Goldsworthy, Mary E. Haney, Daniel Marsh, Ellen Martin, Charles Meredith, Henry A. Newbury, Philipp Reidenbach, Albert Schmuchel, Lucius W. Thayer, Daniel Toner, Daniel Williams, Lewis Williams; Brighton Township -- Thomas Francis Babe, Samuel Bohanan, John Callaghan, Charles Choak, William Choak, Obil Deuel, James Dixon, John W. Evans, Mathias Even, Nicholas Gill, Otto Hillmann, Michael Kuman, Lott Leach, William Leach, Mrs. Margaret McCormick, Patrick McCormick, Joseph McDonald, Walter E. McVicar, H. Meyer, Clapp Miner, Mrs. Catherine Riley, Ludwig Seibert, Michael Servert, F. Wilhelm Schmidt, William W. Smith, Peter Stahl, Bradley H. Stocker, St. Patrick's Church, Peter Swartz, William Tobin, Nicholas Wagner, William Wheeler, James Whelton, Thomas Whitley, Mrs. Ann Wilson, Peter Zirbes; Wheatland Township -- Fred. Borck, Frederick Brown, Lewis Bushman, John Dyer, Herman Epping, N. Fink, Leroy Fosdick, John H. Geiger, Mrs. George W. Hall, Joseph Hemling, William Hoffer, William Holle, Gerhard Kaiser, William Kaskaln, John Kerkman, Henry Kersting, Philip Kessler, Charles W. Kohls, Bernard Lais, Hermann Lais, Charles Lemmerhert, B.H. Lohaus Sr., Henry Lohaus, Joseph Merten, F. Newburry, Mrs. Agnes Plate, Charles Rasch, John Runkel, John P. Runkel, Paul E. Sauer, Ben M. Schilz, Theodore Schuerman, Frederck Schultz, Herman Spitzmann, St. Alphonso's Catholic Church, Ferdinand Vanderbeck, Henry Voss, Joseph Voss, Bernard Wehmhoff, William Ziebell; Salem Township -- Alexander Bailey, Eli Bloss, Lemuel Booth, Mrs. C.G. Brown, Nathan M. Burgess, Thomas Burke, A.D. Cornwell (pix), A.R. Cornwell, John Cronk, Walker Curtis, Dr. Thomas D. Ford, George Gardner, Oliver Gibbs, T.O. Hollister, Hugh McIntyre, Mary K. McIntyre, Charles Orvis, Andrew Patterson, Charles Phillips, Anson Pierce, Fred. K. Schenning, Andrew H. Smith, Mary E. Taber, Capt. John E. Tuttle, R.S. Udell, Henry Watson, Pardon Yaw; Randall Township -- William B. Brower, Philo Darling, Edward Ganon, William H. Harrison, William Haythorn, Almerin Herrick, Fredrick Johnson, Clement Kroncke, George Kroncke, Allen H. Moore, Thomas Pacey, John S. Reynolds, Lewis Robertson, John V. Vosburg, Edward Savage Warren, Archibald H. Weir, Levi P. Wilcox, William Henry Wilcox Jr., J.L. Williams, and William W. Winchell. . Limited Edition Reprint. Spiral/Comb . New/No Jacket. 8.5" x 11". Private Press., Western Historical Company, 1879, Chicago Illinois: F.A. Bailey & Co., 1884. Early days in Jasper County, IL, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this new 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, printed on 60 # opaque paper. The 151 page booklet, an excerpt from the hard-to-find 1884 book: Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Richland, Illinois published by F.A. Battey & Co. of Chicago, is printed on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties, excluding the townships, include: Hidalgo, Newton (County Seat), Rose Hill, Sainte Marie, West Liberty, Wheeler, and Yale. Among the subjects discussed are: Formation from Crawford County; Gen. Marion's men, Jasper and Newton; Topography, Location, and Geology; Agriculture; Early Settlement of "Wabash Country"; Squaters, Outlaws, Counterfeiters, Horse thieves, etc.; "Mint Creek"; Benjamin Shooks, Dr. Sultzer, Jack McCann, James Jordan, William Price, William Lewis, Job Catt and other early settlers; Indian War Dance scare and other memories and adventures of early pioneers; Political Organization and names of early officials; Interesting details of the ten townships -- such as notable weight, height and age of various citizens; Public buildings; Courts and crimes -- such as altering marks on hogs and theft of a brick house; Social Development and daily life of pioneers; Early transportation -- Roads, Ferries, Bridges, Railroads; Newspapers, Churches, Schools, Societies; the Civil War -- 8th, 11th, 21st, 38th, 46th, 130th, 143rd, 155th Illinois Volunteer Infantry units, and the 5th Cavalry unit; Gen. U.S. Grant's leadership as Captain and colonel with 21st Illinois Regiment; Newton, where "whisky was king"; St. Marie and Joseph Picquet's "Colony of Brothers"; other villages; and many more bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Some are brief, but many include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: City of Newton and Wade Township -- J. F. Arnold Jr., John M. Bell, W.L. Bridges, M.K. Busick, J.M. Catt, C.M. Davis, A.A. Franke, James E. Freeman, George K. Gosnell, John H. Halley, Capt. B.W. Harris, James M. Hicks, Dr. H.S. Hinman, Thomas Hunt, Hale Johnson, Simpson Johnson, William B. Jones, C.D. Kendall, T.J. Martin, J.H. Maxwell, Benjamin Miller, Ogden Monell, Daniel O'Donnell, H.K. Powell, Gilbert Reisner, Frank Richardson, B.F. Rogers, Casper Rush, Frank L. Shup, John H. Shup, Frances A. Stevens, A.J. Strole, William Trainor, G.V. Vanderhoof, W.G. Williams, A.J. Woods; Willow Hill Township -- M. Allison, John Auspach, H. C. Bollinger, S.B. Bowman, William J. Chittenden, Ephraim Cottrell, Isaac Debow, Jeremiah Doty, Dr. W.H. Eidson, Dr. Henry A. Eidson, Job Fithian, E.C. Flinn, Dr. M.L. Gettinger, W.H. Higgins, G.R. Hopper, George W. Jones, J.B. McNair, W. F. Mason, J.A. Merrick, John Miller, Capt. T. K. Miller, William H. Muchmore, William C. Parks, E.W. Parks, I.B. Parr, M.H. Perrin, J.R. Reese, Hugh F. Sanders, G. M. Selby, Frederick A. Sempsrott, Milton Sims, S.C. Stewart, Henry Stewart, Isaiah Stewart, W.J. Swope, A.C. Terhune, P.A. Terhune, William T. Watt, Jesse Way, T.H. Weck, Thomas J. Wiseman; Crooked Creek Township -- Adrian F. Aten, Amos Bartley, George D. Briggs, Nathan Brooks, Robert H. Brown, Mitchell T. Bruster, Amos P. Caldwell, Joseph Coad, William Conner, George S. Conner, Jonathan Cowger, John B. Cowger, James Cummins, John Cummins, John F. Cummins, Capt. Robert S. Cummins, James H. Davison, Dr. James F. Davison, John Davison, Henry H. Elder, David Hammer, William W. Hays, Elijah R. Heath, William Hunt, Elihu Hutson, Oliver R. Jackson, Judge James E. James, John F. Kibler, William T. Kibler, Harrison Kilburn, Dr. William M. King, Andrew J. Lake, John T. Land, John W. Lee, William H. McComas, Thomas McDaniel, John M. Melton, Robert W. Moore, Cornelius Murphy, Enoch K. Nelson, Daniel Perrine, William A. Powell, George W. Sutton, Kineson Vanatta, John Vanatta, Joseph E. Vest, Armstead Ward, Rev. John T. Warren, Rezin Wilkins, Isaac C. Worden; Grandville Township -- Lloyd Bailey, Dr. James McCord Barlow, John Bates, John Benson, Dr. Robert S. Byers, Dr. Norman Comstock, John R. Cramer, William A. Gifford, Abram S. Huddlestun, James W. Huddlestun, Capt. Samuel Jarrett, George W. Jeffers, Capt. William Leamon, James Leamon, William McCain, William Martin, Charles F. M. Morey, Silas D. Odell, Henry Purcell, Elias Reichard, Francis Shacklee, Fendol P. Snider; Smallwood Township -- Abel Armstrong, N. Boldrey, Thomas Brown, J.J. Calvin, A. Fleener, John A. Heady, B.A. Heady, Peter Jackson, J. H. Kellam, A. Kellam, Thomas J. Kirk, George M. Manning; Grove Township -- William Badger, Albert Gallatin Caldwell, Rebecca J. Caldwell, James L. Crews, John T. Hanna, C.G. Hess, William C. Junior, Mathew Meinhart, Dr. S.B. Metheny, Peter Myers, Dr. N.D. Myers, John Sowers, Alexander Wallace; North Muddy Township -- Anderson Burnsides, Dr. J.C. Chapman, H.H. Dietz, Capt. William C. Gillson, Capt. W.C. Harned, L.S. Lollar, G.H. Mercer, Jonathan Trexler, Alexander Wilson; South Muddy Township -- Isaac Johnson, John H. Mahaney, Charles Mason, Lyman Randall, William N. Stuart, James E. Worthey; Saint Marie Township -- Joseph Picquet, James Picquet ; Fox Township -- Joseph Boos, Thomas Cahill, James F. Compton, Thomas Gibson, Dr. C. Harris, Paul Hartrich, J.Q. Hitch, J.W. Hughes, Rev. J.L. Jessup, Joseph Kaufmann, Anthony Kaufmann, A. Litzelmann, Albert M. Phillips; William Shryock, J. Shryock, William P. Spray, Dr. James H. Tanguary, J.N. Thrapp, Dr. S. R. Youngman. . Limited Edition Reprint. Spiral/Comb . New/No Jacket. 8.5" x 11". Private Press., F.A. Bailey & Co., 1884, Robson Books Ltd. Hardcover. 0860511383 . Very Good., Robson Books Ltd

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780860511380
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0860511383
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Publishing year: 1982
Publisher: Robson Books Ltd

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