Bio: Randall, Simon Mrs. (1881)


Surnames: Randall, Ehrman, Brown, O’Brien

----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 343

MRS. SIMON RANDALL, Fall Creek, born in Germany, is a daughter of Philip Ehrman; came to America in 1848. Resided in Cincinnati, Ohio, for one and one half years; lived in Eau Claire, Wis., for five years, and was married there to Simon Randall, Dec. 25, 1851; then resided at Augusta for a long time, and came to Fall Creek in 1873. Mr. Randall died July 22, 1875. He was the first settler in Eau Claire, built the first saw mill there and ran it for several years, and was for many years prominently connected with the lumbering interest of the county. Built the only grist mill at Fall Creek. Mrs. Randall resides with her children at Fall Creek. She has living, eight children — Allie, Simon, Jeremiah, Olive (now Mrs. E. P. Brown), Louisa, (now Mrs. J. A. O'Brien), Cora, Ida, Tamerlain, and there are two dead, Sarah and Frank.



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