Bio: Barron, John (1827? 1877)



Surnames: Barron, Williams


----Source: History of Northern Wisconsin (Eau Claire County, Wis.) 1881, page 313

JOHN BARRON settled in Eau Claire in 1857; purchased a mill site on Lowe's Creek, and erected a flouring-mill, which he operated for some time. With H. Clay Williams he bought the Blue Mill property, going into the lumber business. The concern was afterwards merged into a stock company, now called the Badger Mills. He was ever a genial man, a member of the Odd Fellows, and lived a more exemplary life than many who make more pretensions. He died at the age of fifty, Aug. 30. 1877.



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