Bio: Biscornet, Isaac
Poster: Janet Schwarze

----Source: 1881 History of Northern WI, Page 1027.

Biographical Sketch of Isaac Biscornet.

ISAAC BISCORNET, Register of Deeds, Medford; was born in Canada, some twenty miles from Montreal, Feb. 18, 1845. When twenty years of age he went to Detroit, Mich., and at a place named New Baltimore engaged in lumbering till 1867, when he went to Green Bay. In 1873, he came upon his present farm, near Little Black, where he has 80 acres. In 1S74, he served on the County Board, and at the same time on the Town Board as Supervisor, of which, in 1877, he was Chairman on both ; he is now Town Clerk for Little Black, and in 1880 was elected Register of Deeds. In 1880, he married Miss Maggie Sheff, of Fond du Lac ; they have one child—Harrie Paul. Mr. Biscornet attends the Catholic Church, and belongs to the I. O.O. F. and the A. O. U. W.



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