Bio: Mayheu, Hector (1914)


Surnames: Mayheu, Lemay 

----Source: History of Eau Claire County, Wisconsin (1914) page 784 

Hector Mayheu, a resident of Eau Claire for thirty years, was born in Canada, June 28, 1866, and is one of a family of six children born to Philomine and Celestin Mayheu. The others were Zotique, Celestin, Victoria, Philemene and Osias. The father died in 1870, when our subject was four years of age. The mother still survives and lives in Boileau, P. Q., Canada. 

Mr. Mayheu came to Eau Claire in 1884, and for ten years was engaged in the lumber business. He later went into the saloon business on Water street, which he has followed for nineteen years. He was married in 1899, at Chippewa Falls, to Miss Mary Lemay, and they have four children: Marie, Edwin, Jeanette and Hector, Jr., all of whom were born in Eau Claire. 

Mr. Mayheu is a member of St. Patrick's Church, and the Catholic Order of Foresters of Eau Claire.




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