Bio: Kyle, Henry H. (1881)


Surnames: Kyle, Apkar

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 326

HENRY H. KYLE, foreman of wagon shop, Daniel Shaw Lumber Company, Eau Claire. Came to Wisconsin in 1851, and located at Columbus. He graduated at Columbus Collegiate Institute in the Spring of 1856, and was there employed for several years as book-keeper and salesman. In 1859, he went to Cleveland, and there learned his present trade. He carried on business in Wonewoc, Wis., in 186l, for a few months. Enlisted in 19th Wis. V. I., in December, 1861, served nearly four years; at time of discharge, was hospital steward in the regular army. Was then engaged in carriage manufacturing at Wonewoc and Columbus for some years. Carried on business at Lowell for five years, and also at Augusta for several years. Came to Eau Claire in July, 1880, and engaged in his present capacity. He was born in Essex Co., N. Y., Oct. 20, 1836, and married at Wonewoc, July 4, 1861, to Lizzie Apkar, a native of Pennsylvania. They have five children Rose E., Elva J., Winnie, Minnie and Herbert Vincent.



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