Obit: Lumbard, Simon Capt. (1802? - 1881)

Surnames: Lumbard, Schofield

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wis. (1881) page 556

Obit: Lumbard, Simon Capt. (1802? - 8 June 1881)

Capt. Simon Lumbard. Died at his residence in Weston, June 8, 1881, seventy-nine years of age. The captain was born in Turner, Maine. When a young man he went to New Orleans, and became a Mississippi steam-boat captain. He then went to Joilet, Ill., and afterward to the lead mines, at Galena, and finally in 1848, came to Marathon County and located at Schofield, where he began lumbering quite extensively until 1858, when he sold out to Dr. Schofield. and went on a farm. He was highly respected and esteemed; prompt and energetic in business affairs.



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