Bio: Murray, William A. (1881)

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Surnames: Murray, Green

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 329

WILLIAM A. MURRAY, first blacksmith, of Daniel Shaw Lumber Co., Eau Claire. Came to Wisconsin in 1868, and located at Clinton Junction for one year. Came to Eau Claire in 1869, and remained a short time, and then went to Menomonie, in employ of Knapp, Stout & Co., where he remained for over three years. Then he went into business for a short time on own account. Returned to Eau Claire in 1873 and has been engaged in present capacity since. He also carries on a farm of eighty acres, one and one-half miles west of the city. He was born in Nova Scotia, in 1844, and came to United States in 1866. Married, in Menomonie, Dec. 17, 1870, to Sarah M. Green. Born in State of Iowa. They have three children James W., Charles S. and Frank L.

 

 


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