Bio: Cullins, Charles (1881)


Surnames: Cullins, Reynolds

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 319

CHARLES CULLINS, engineer at S. Marston's mill, Eau Claire, was born at Green Lake, July 9, 1849; went to Berlin in 1863, and was employed in mill as engineer and foreman; enlisted early in 1865, in 1st Wis. C, as musician, and served until the close of the war; was on the Plains for two years in the employ of the United States Government; then, for two and one-half years, fireman on K. P. R. R.; was engaged at Fairchild and other places in Wisconsin, as engineer in mills, for five years; was at Madison for six months in employ of C. &. N. W. K. R.; came to Eau Claire in March, 188l, and engaged in present capacity; has been a member of "Temple of Honor" Temperance Society since 1880 He was married at Ft. Howard, March 8, 1877, to Mary Kate Reynolds, who was born in England. They have one child, James.



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