1860 Clark County, WI Federal Census

 

At this time, the county was divided into just three townships, Pine Valley, Levis & Weston.

 

Alphabetized Version: 

[Levis, A-Z] [Pine Valley A] [Pine Valley E] [Pine Valley K] [Pine Valley S] [Weston A] [Weston J]

 

Source: History of Clark County Wisconsin

Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge (1918)

 

A complete census of Clark County was taken in 1860. In the following list the name of the head of each family is given first, the age next, the occupation next, the value of his real estate next, the value of personal estate next, the birthplace next, and, then the mention of his family connection as to wife and adult or minor children:

 

Pine Valley-Free inhabitants of the town of Pine Valley (then embracing the present towns of Hewett, Lynn, Grant, the south third of Mentor and all of Pine Valley, except Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6) enumerated by W. C. Tompkins, assistant marshal, June and July, 1860. W. K. Dickey, age, 35; occupation, carriage maker; real estate, $200; personal estate, $50; birth place, Pennsylvania; wife, 2 minor children. W. Neverman, 25, carpenter, $75, $250, Meeklenberg. W. C. Tompkins, 34, printer, $600, $800 (wife, $500 real estate), New York, wife, 3 minor children. Jas. O'Neill, 50, farmer, $10,000, $500, New York, wife, 3 minor children. Sam'l Dickinson, 25, lawyer, Pennsylvania. D. C. McDonald, 25, master carpenter, $200, Canada. Richard Dewhurst, 31, lawyer, $400, $100, Massachusetts, wife, 1 minor child. James Furlong, 32, master carpenter, $650, $200, Pennsylvania, wife, 2 minor children. C. W. Carpenter, 30, school teacher, $100, Indiana, wife, 3 minor children. Chauncey Blakeslee, 37, merchant and lumbering, $2,500, $2,000, New York, wife. S. C. Boardman, 30, lumberman, $500, $350, New York. Geo. Hill, 28, teamster and farmer, $1,000, $75, Ireland. Thos. Hutchinson, 65, farmer, $600, $200 (son, $300 real estate), England, wife, 2 adult children. M. Morgan, 53, farmer, $55, $50, New York, wife. L. A. Baxter, 41, physician, $200, $100, Vermont. Robert T. Brown, 45, carriage -maker, $700, $300, New York, wife, 2 minor children. Geo. Frantz, 30, farmer, $1,200, $350, Prussia, wife, 2 minor children. L. Rodman, 31, farmer, $800, $150, Ohio, wife, 3 minor children. Fred Gerber, 28, farmer, $100, $50, Prussia. John Hoefer, 31, farmer, $600, $150, Hanover, wife. Joseph Hahner, 22, workman, France. Stephen Marsh, 47, farmer, $1,500, $300, Pennsylvania, wife, 9 minor children. Wm. Dobbs, 52, farmer, $800, $60, Tennessee, wife, 2 minor children. Rob't B. Meachim, 21, farmer, $100, Ohio. H. Bacon, 49, farmer, $3,000, $500, Vermont, wife, 7 mi 'nor children. Everette Bacon, 23, cabinet maker, $30, Michigan. E. H. McIntosh, 36, lumbering, $1,006, $100, Maine, wife, 2 minor children. Luke L. Orton, 21, lawyer, $150, New York. C. Carr, 26, day laborer, $100, Pennsylvania. Augustus Ayers, 23, farmer, $250, Pennsylvania. Lewis Ayers, 26, farmer, $250, Pennsylvania. A. B. Truesdale, 33, master carpenter, $700, $200, Pennsylvania. William Ferguson, 53, farmer, $200, Ohio. John Miller, 66, farmer, Pennsylvania. Jas. Sturdevant, 43, farmer, $2,000, $750, Pennsylvania, wife, 5 minor children. Anson Green, 45, hotel keeper, $3,000, $500, New York, wife, 3 minor children. Andrew Frazier, 25, workman, Indiana. George Dunn, 22, teamster, Canada. R. Abbott, 35, carpenter, $800, $100, New York. Frederick Heiser, 33, farmer, $300, $100, Prussia, wife, 3 minor children. David Sontag, 25, saloon keeper, $300, $100, Prussia. William Berry, 24, teamster, $100, $250, New York. Abel Turner, 50, farmer, $1,000, $200, Maine, wife, 5 minor children. David Hill, 32, farmer, $800, $150, Pennsylvania, wife, 2 minor children. Nicholas Snyder, 30, farmer, $1,500, $450, Hesse, wife, 2 minor children. Martin Rotka, 66, farmer, $200, $50, Prussia, wife. James Lynch, 53, farmer, $1,500, $500, Pennsylvania, wife, I adult, 5 minor children. Robert Ross, 40, lumberman and farmer, -$8A Isle of Mann, wife, 6 minor children. Henry Ross, 23, lumberman, $50, Canada. John Maywood, 35, laborer, Ireland. Henry Counsell, 28, farmer, England, wife, I minor child. Elijah Weber, 55, farmer, $150, Maine. George W. King, 38, lawyer, $2,000, $500, Massachusetts, wife, 3 minor children. George M. Adams, 33, farming, $200, $170, Pennsylvania, wife, 4 minor children. James Burke, 28, workman, Pennsylvania. James Kirkland, 40, shingle maker, $500, Pennsylvania. Charles Rich, 28, wagon maker, $100, Prussia, wife, 2 minor children. Harvey D. Barr, 28, farmer, $200, $270, New York, wife, 1 minor child. Frederick Yonkee, 45, farmer, $1,500, $413, Prussia, wife, 1 adult, 7 minor children. Miles H. Murray, 34, blacksmith, $1,000, $300, Pennsylvania, wife, 5 minor children. Washington Short, 33, farmer, $200, New York, wife, 3 minor children. Smith Green, 36, farmer, New York. John D. Wage, 76, farmer, $600, $125, Connecticut, wife, 4 minor children. Charles Sterinskie, 28, farmer, $700, $150, Prussia. Frederick Steniskie, 53, 'farmer, Prussia, wife, 4 minor children. John Geary, 53, workman,. Ireland. Thomas Burns, 32, farmer, $300, Ireland. Archibald Yorkston, 38, farmer, $900, $150, Scotland, wife, 4 minor children. William Yorkston, 42, Scotland. Edward Furlong, 39, carpenter, $400, $75, Pennsylvania, wife, I minor child. George West, 35, farming, $600, $50, England, wife, 3 minor children. Carl Schlinsog, 50, farmer, $400, Schlesswig, wife, 4 minor childdren. Edward Wildish, 27, farmer, $1,000, $100, England. George Taylor, 29, workman, Scotland. David Nettleton, 45, farmer. $1,500, $300, New York. William H. Nettleton, 22, farmer, New York. David G. Nettleton, 20, farmer, New York. Peter Biever, 40, farmer, $800, $175, Prussia, wife, 2 children. Edwin Houghton, 39, farmer, $1,200, $250, New York, wife, I child. George Gilliland, 33, farmer, $600, $90, Ireland, wife, 2 children. Jacob Flick, 33, farmer, $800, $200, Pennsylvania, wife, 3 children. Isaac Horrell, 26, farmer, $800, $425, England, wife, I child. Elisha Horrell, 34, farmer, England. Elijah Horrell, 32, farmer, England. Robert Horrell, 29, farmer, England. Robert Howard, 29, farmer, England, wife, 2 children. George Pope, 51, farmer, $300, $175, England, wife. Lewis Bronson, 35, farmer, $300, $225, Pennsylvania, wife, 5 children. William Pope, 25, farmer, $500, $75, England, wife. William Harlich, 30, farmer, $600, $250, England, wife, 3 children. Christian Diedrick, 30, farmer, $300, $200, Prussia, wife. Levi Marsh, 41, farmer, $500, $50, Pennsylvania. Nelson Marsh, 31, farmer, $480, Pennsylvania, wife, 4 children. George Williams, 32, farmer, New York, wife, 2 children. Isaac Williams, 29, farmer, New York. Ely William, 76, farmer, $1,200, $220, Massachusetts, wife, 1 minor child. J. Neuman, 60, farmer, $400, $165, Prussia, wife, 2 children. George Littlesmith, 32, farmer, $400, $160, Prussia, wife, 3 children. Bartemas Brooks, 73, farmer, $1,500, $200, Vermont, wife, 1 adult, 3 minor children. Alonzo Brooks, 28, farmer, New York, wife, 2 children. Edward Huck, stead, 27, farmer, $800, $100, England. Thomas Garvin, 34, farmer, $500, $100, Ireland, wife, 5 children. Nelson Christianson, 32, farmer, $500, $150, Norway, wife. Lawrence Hilrner, 50, farmer, $500, $125, France, wife, 2 children Peter Pier, 38, farmer, $250, $125, Prussia, wife, 2 children. Nicholas Peiltle, 39, farmer, $450, $200, Prussia, wife 4 children. John Beason, 60, farmer, $200, $75, Prussia, wife. John Schnyder, 40, workman, Saxony. Christopher Strong, 30, workman, Hesse. Samuel Furguson, 51, farmer, $1,500, $400, Ohio, wife, 4 children. Frank Cawley, 26, farmer, $19500, $150, New Hampshire, wife, 2 children. Albert W. Clark, 30, lumberman, $12,400, $500, Massachusetts, wife, 2 children. Theopolis Clark, 76, Massachusetts. Winthrop Goss, 36, farmer, $200, $250, New Brunswick, wife, 2 children. John Bois, 38, farmer,. $200, $50, Germany. wife, 1 child. Robert Scott, 35, farmer, $400, $150, Canada, wife, 3 children. George Delang, 30, farmer, Massachusetts. Robert Chamberlain, 40, farmer, New York, wife, 5 children. John McLane, 69, $600, Massachusetts. Solon W. Sturdevant, 26, $800, $100, Pennsylvania. Michael Farlin, 32, farmer, $200, $50, Ireland, wife, 3 children. Gorham Turner, 36, farmer, $500, $200, Maine, wife, 3 children. Martin Moran, 27, farmer, $800, $225, Ireland, wife, 2 children. Gottlieb Garbish, 35, farmer, $1,200, $250, Prussia, wife, 4 children. John Reidell, 40, farmer, $300, $150, Prussia, wife, 6 children. Richard Hawks, 50, farmer, $200, $160, South Carolina, wife, 7 children. Lot Turner, 35, farmer, $200, $75, Maine. Franklin Bowman, 55, Prussia, wife, 3 children. John Bowerman, 40, farmer, $300, $50, Canada, wife, 3 children. Samuel W. Way, 33, farmer, New Harnpshire, wife, 2 children. Leonard R. Stafford, 36, lumberman and farmer, $1,200, $350, Maine, wife, 3 children. William Ives, 25, workman, New York. Anthony Hindell, 21, workman, England. . George Noble, 449 farmer, $200, $75, Maine, wife, 5 children. William Daugherty, 26, laborer, Ireland. John H. Rickeman, 38, farmer, $1,660, Hanover, wife, 5 children. John S. Dore, 21, school teacher, $200, New Hampshire. James Burke, 28, workman, $200, $75, New York. William Heath, 27, hunter, $50, New York. Charles Foote, 23, workman, $300, $50, England.

 

Levis-Free inhabitants of the town of Levis (then embracing the present towns of Dewhurst, Washburn, Sherwood and Levis) enumerated by W. C. Tompkins, assistant marshal, in July, 1860: George M. Arnold, 33, lumberman, $2,000, $1,000, New York, wife, 2 children. Lewis B. John son, 20, workman, New York. Daniel Neal, 28, wor4man, $75, England, wife, 2 children. Willard Cahoon, 27, lumberman, $3,000, $300, England, wife, 1 child. Wrn. P. De Forest, 31, workman, $400, $50, New York, wife, 2 children. Levi Moore, 50, lumberman, $20,000, $300, New York, wife, 3 children. George Stimpson, 23, workman, $300, $50, New York. Thomas Read, 28, workman, $800, $175, Maine, wife, I child. William Wheaton, 37, carpenter, $100, Vermont, wife, 2 children, Eli Mead, 48, lumberman, $5,000, $800, New York, wife, 1 child. George Dunn, 22, workman, $50, Canada. Wrn. Vanderburgh, 24, workman, $75, Canada. Thomas Galey, 25, workman, $50, Pennsylvania. Levi Archer, 24, blacksmith, $75, $100, New York, wife. John O'Conell, 34, lumberman, $4,000, $400, Ireland. Joseph Longton, 25, lumberman, $200, Canada. Baptiste Collette, 25, lumberman, $150, $50, Canada. Joseph Du Bey, 38, workman, Canada. Henry S. Davis, 29, lumberman, $100, England, wife, I child. Philip Reesman, 25, workman, $50, Pennsylvania. Walter Cook, 23, workman, $75, New York. John Rogers, 22, workman, $50, New York. David Green, 27, workman, $80, New York. Daniel Gates, 42, farmer and inn keeper, $1,000, $1,000, New York, wife, 4 children. James Hewett, 30, lumberman, $1,000, $250, New York. 0. S. Wood, 27, lumberman, $1,000, $500, Ohio. Joseph Hill, 25, lumberman, $50, Canada. J. Eaton, 22, lumberman, $75, Ohio. John Molette, 28, lumberman, $50, Canada. Joseph Biter, 23, lumberman, $50, Canada. B. F. French, 27, lawyer, $1,000, $500, New York, wife, 1 child. Robert French, 22, carpenter, $500, $150, New York. John French, 67, farmer, $1,500, $400, Vermont. James French, 33, farmer and lumberman, $800, $200, Vermont, wife, 4 children. Robert McLane, 21, workman, Michigan. Edward Tompkins, 38, farming, $2,000, $560, New York, wife, 3 children. Christopher Cunsman, 28, workman, Pennsylvania. Ezra Tompkins, 24, farmer, $300, $115, New York, wife, 1 child. Dexter G. Brooks, 40, farmer, $250, $110, Pennsylvania, wife, 4 children. Benjamin Darling, 38, farmer, $200, $50, New York.

 

Weston-Free inhabitants of the town of Weston (then embracing all of the county not then included in Levis and Pine Valley) enumerated by W. C. Tompkins, assistant marshal, in July, 1860: Adam Christie 47, farmer, $600, $250, Pennsylvania, wife, 8 children. Charles Renne, 25, farmer, $800, $150, New York. Hiram Renne, 20, farmer, New York. George Huntzicker, 28, farmer, $800, $250, France. Henry Huntzicker, 24, farmer, $640, $50, France. Jacob Hantzicker, 22, farmer, $640, $75, France. Charles Hyslip, 26, farmer, $400, $250, Nova Scotia, wife, 3 children. Jacob Hackett, $50, lumberman and farmer, $8,000, $300, Maine., Solomon Johnson, 40, farmer, $300, $200, New York, wife, 2 children. G. W. Westfall, 27, lumbering, New York. A. T. Westfall, 21, lumbering, New York. Perez Bonney, 26, farming, $150, $100, Maine. John Beaver, 23, farming, $300, $50, Prussia. David Eno, 25, painter, $00, $50, Canada. Thomas M. Clark, 37, carpenter and joiner, $1,000, $75, New York. Eaton, 49, farming and lumbering, $1,500, $200, New York. John J. Eaton, 40, farmer, New York. Henry Van Order, 33, farmer, $200, $400, New York, wife, 2 children. Stephen C. Honeywell, 39, farmer, $800, $800,,j Canada, wife, 6 children. Samuel Cawley, 46, farmer, $2,000, $500, New Hampshire, wife, 2 children. Elias M. Holden, 24, workman, $220, $40, New York. Joseph Black, 22, workman, $340, Germany. John Gillingher, 29, farmer, $300, $50, Prussia, wife, 2 children. Nicholas Gillingher, 33, farmer, $250, $55, Prussia. John Grobloc, 35, farmer, $350, $75, Prussia, wife, 4 children. John Heintz, 40, farmer, $200, $60,. Prussia, wife, 3 children. William Lapp, 26, farmer, $250, $50, Prussia, wife, 5 children. Conrad Dell, 50, farmer, $4,000, $500, Darmstadt, wife, 1 child. Ondown Seigner, 23, workman, Austria. Charles Hatchell, 30, farmer, $300, $50, Saxony. Lawrence Graff, 33, farmer, $350, $75 (--?--).  Franklin, 30, farmer, $350, $60 (--?--), wife, 3 children. Lambert Miller, 50, farmer, $500, $76, Prussia, wife, 4 children. Asa Thompson, 27 lumberman, $70, Maine, wife, 1 child. David Hoseley, 28, farmer, $1000, Massachusetts, wife, I child. Robert L. Manes, 48, workman, Maine, wife, 3 children. John Charles, 35, farmer, $500, $175, Maine, wife, 5 children. Thomas Pounder, 34, farmer, $250, $50, Ireland, wife, 6 children. Erastus Mack 40, farmer, $500, $180, Canada, wife, 6 children. Daniel Mack, 50, farmer, $200, $75, Canada, wife, 2 children. Caleb Mack, 25, workman, Canada. Clark King, 45, farmer, $200, $75, New York. Ed- ward Smith, 25, farmer, $150, $50, Canada, wife, 1 child. Gottlieb Schuisel, 30, farmer, $500, $180, Prussia, wife. Charles Waggoner, 45, farmer, $250, $100 Connecticut, wife, 4 children. Joseph Fitch, 50, farmer, $200, $50, New York. Charles Lloyd, 40, farmer, $550, $300, Illinois. George Lloyd, 22, farmer, Illinois. Joseph Schwartz, 27, workman, Prussia. David Smith, 24, workman, Vermont. Samuel Smith, 21, workman, Wisconsin.  Stephen W. Emery, 34, agent, $130,000, $1,150, Maine, wife, 3 children. Silas Cameron, 25, workman, New York. Orlando Head, 24, workman, New York. George Westfall, 25, workman, New York. Elbridge Blanchard, 24, workman, Maine. Peter Grainman, 24, workman, Norway. Benjamin P. Chase, 32, lawyer and agent, $5,945, $75, Maine. David H. Robinson, 45, miller, $300, $75, Maine, wife, 1 child. Andrew Rogers 28, blacksmith, $2,100, $675, New York, wife, 2 children. Antony Hindell, 20, farmer, $100, $30, England. Gustavus Sterns 29, cabinetmaker, $1,200, $300, Sweden, wife, 2 children. John Walter, 22, farmer, $300, $50, Sweden. Henry Van Order, 40, farmer, $300, $450, Vermont, wife, 2 children. Wm. Laughery, 24, farmer, $50, Pennsylvania. John Castner, 30, workman, $50, Ohio. 1. P. Cummings, 41, farmer, $800, $1,000, Massachusetts, wife, 6 children. James Campbell, 45, farmer, $200, $75, Vermont. Daniel Campbell, 57, farmer, Vermont.

 

 

 

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