Bio: Shaw, Daniel (1881)
 

Surnames: Shaw, Bullen, Hutchins

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 333

DANIEL SHAW, Eau Claire, came to this place in November, 1856, and engaged in logging during the Winter, and the following year built and put into operation a saw-mill (on the site of his present mill), which was burned in August, 1867. He rebuilt the mill in the Fall and Winter of the same year. Charles A. Bullen was associated with him the firm being Daniel Shaw & Co. The Daniel Shaw Lumber Company was incorporated in 1874. Mercantile business and every branch of trade is carried on by the company. Mr. Shaw was born in Industry, Franklin Co., Me., March 30, 1813, and was married there, Sept. 26, 1841, to Anna F. Hutchins, also a native of the same town. They had three sons Eugene and George B. are living, and are associated with their father in business; Charles died in 1803, aged seventeen years and one month. Mr. Shaw moved from Industry to Allegany Co., N. Y., in 1851, residing there until he came to Wisconsin.

 

 


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