Bio: Cleveland, Elias

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Surnames: Cleveland, Walters


----Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, page 1028.


Biograpical Sketch of Elias Cleveland.

ELIAS CLEVELAND, farmer, Sec. 26, P. O. Medford; born in New Brunswick, Canada, Dec. 12, 1815; he went to Oshkosh in 1857, and from there came to Medford in spring of 1874, and moved on a homestead which he had already taken. His family came in 1876; he is now engaged in farming. Married Miss Elizabeth Walters, of New Brunswick; she is of English descent. They have five children—Anna, Belle, Alma, Nellie and Frank. The son was born in Oshkosh, April 15, 1860, and there attained his education; he came to Medford with the family and lived on the farm till he went to work in the planing mill, and later in the printing office. In 1878 he began clerking in the same place he now occupies. He belongs to the Temple of Honor.



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