News: York Township (1891/11/19)
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Surnames: CAMPBELL GIBSON ROOT HOWARD FRANCIS RICHARDSON BOLTON PALMER

----Sources: Republican and Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 11/19/1891

WILCOX

Mrs. George Campbell returned home last week from Sheboygan, where she has been visiting.

Herb Gibson and wife, of Fond du Lac, came up last week on a visit to Mr. Gibson’s sister, Mrs. George Root.

Philip Howard moved up in the Town of Loyal last week, and will make his home with his son-in-law, Mr. Francis.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Richardson, last Friday, a pair of twin girls, one of them died the next day.

Bolton and Gibson made a shipment of cheese the 12th, and their factory closed the 14th.

Perry Palmer had quite a serious runaway Sunday. His wife was just getting into the carriage and he was holding the horse by the bit when it took fright and upset the carriage and got away. The horse soon cleared himself from the carriage, but not until he had made a wreck of it.

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