Bio: Moe, Ole J. (1914)

Surnames: Moe, Anderson, Johnson, Berg, Winge 

----Source: History of Eau Claire County, Wisconsin (1914) pages 796-797. 

Ole J. Moe, retired farmer and business man, is the son of John J. and Julia (Anderson) Moe, and is the older one of a family of nine children, as follows: Ole J., Andrew, Toxy J., John J., Cecelia and Carrie, 3 deceased. The father was born in Norway and came to America in 1847, settling in Dane county, Wisconsin, where for some time he was engaged in farming. He later moved to La Crosse county, this state, and there carried on farming with a marked degree of success. 

Ole J. was born in Dane county, this state, June 3, 1849, and moved with his parents to La Crosse county and lived on the home farm until he married Miss Rachel Johnson. He then went to Trempealeau county and there purchased a farm and resided until he came to Eau Claire in 1888. After his arrival here, he embarked in the hotel business, which he carried on successfully for fourteen years. Disposing of his hotel interests, he purchased a farm near Chippewa Falls, which lie conducted for three years, then returned to Eau Claire, and has since lived in retirement. Mr. Moe has four sons, Joseph G., William J., Morris E. and Edwin H., and two daughters, Mary, who married August Berg, and Luella S., who married Al. Winge. The wife, mother of these children, died April 19, 1911. 

Mr. Moe is prominently identified with the Norwegian Lutheran church and is a member of the I. S. W. A.



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