Bio: Glass, Louis J. (History - 1846)

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----Source: 1881 HISTORY OF NORTHERN WI, Chicago: The Western Historical Company, A. T. Andreas, Proprietor (grammar as is), Pg. 1211

LOUIS J. GLASS, attorney, Marshfield, was born in Charleston, Mass., Feb. 20, 1846. His father, Peter Glass, moved to Wisconsin in 1857, and settled in Sheboygan County, where he still resides. Louis J., enlisted in the Spring of 1862, in Co. G. 61st Ill. V. I. And received his discharge, Aug. 20, 1865. He attended the Chicago Law School one year, and studied law with Frisbie Weill, at West Bend. Was married, Aug. 24, 1868, to Miss Carnelia E. Trumbull, of Monroe Co., Wis. Have six children Fred, Frank, Robert Elmer, Laura, and Marion. Moved to Neillsville, Clark County, was appointed Clerk of Circuit Court of Clark County, to fill vacancy in 1875, and was elected to the same office for the 1876- 77. Commenced the practice of law in Marshfield, March 27, 1880. Have charge of the interests of the Fox Wisconsin Improvement Company, for the sale of their lands in Wood County and the southern portion of Marathon County.


Louis J. Glass Advertisement from the Marshfield Times, 1882


Contributed by Pat Phillips (family member)



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