Bio: Stockwell, C. S. (b. 1845)

Contact: Janet
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

----Source: Clark County Illustrated" by Saterlee, Tifft & Marsh; 1890
 

C. S. STOCKWELL--Clerk of Circuit Court

Born in St. Clair county, Michigan, in 1845, C. S. Stockwell came to Wisconsin in 1875, where he taught school the two following years at Onalaska. He was elected county superintendent of schools of LaCrosse county in 1877, which office he held until 1881. He came to Clark County in 1882, in the employ of the LaCrosse Lumber Company, since which time he has been a resident of the town Sherwood Forest, where he still has interests. He is a member of the I. O. O. F. and of the A. F. and A. M. orders. Was elected clerk of circuit court in November 1888, which office he now holds.

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Bio: Stockwell, C. S. (b. 1845)

Contact: Janet Noakes
Email: janetnoakes@msn.com 

Hopefully this is going to the right person - I saw the posting regarding the maps and I am very interested in somehow getting a copy of one of the maps or any information you or others might be able to provide about CS Stockwell. Cyrus was my great grandfather. His son Thomas came to Oregon, married Viola Shultz and their daughter Grace Olivia Stockwell Griffin was my mother.

I have some correspondence Cyrus sent to Tommy and Viola along with an interesting family ancestry chart and a copy of a memorial held upon his death. I would appreciate hearing anything more about Cyrus or his family. Thanks!

Janet Noakes, Portland Oregon

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Bio: Stockwell, C. S. (b. 1845)

Contact: Jeffrey Carmean
Email: agapao@usol.com

Janet,

When you do a "Stockwell" surname search on one or more of the Clark County, Wisconsin websites, It returns several maps that were done by Cyrus S. Stockwell. He was among many other things, the Clark County Surveyor, and created a lot of maps.

Jeff

 

 


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