Bio: Jackson, Andrew (1881)


Surnames: Jackson, Blood

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 325

ANDREW JACKSON, jeweler, Eau Claire, born in Clinton Co., N. Y., 1826, came to Wisconsin in 1849, stopping at Beloit for a time, then went to Kilbourn; was also at Sparta for six years; came to Eau Claire in 1859 and began the jewelry business. He now has the largest stock in this part of the State. Was married to Marietta Blood, of Essex Co., N.Y., in 1860, and has two children, Amelia and Arthur.



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