Bio: Seymour, D. E.
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---Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, pg. 217.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF D. E. SEYMOUR

D. E. SEYMOUR, banker, Chippewa Falls; came here in 1861. He was with Pound & Halbert, and afterwards with Pound, Halberl & Co., and then with the Union Lumber Company; engaged in banking eleven years ago, also dealing in pine lands and farming to some extent. He was born in the town of Butternuts, Otsego Co., N. Y., and went to New Orleans when twenty-one years old. He returned to New York State, and was married, and went again to New Orleans. He was there and in Mississippi for a year or two, then in New York again. I From there he went to Illinois, then to Minnesota, and from the latter State came to Chippewa Falls. He was married in New York State to i Elizabeth Halbert, a native of Butternuts, Otsego Co., N. Y. They have five children livingóLeila, William L., Jennie, Edwin J. and Robert M. 1 They lost one daughter, Mary (Mrs. Flint), who died in Chippewa Falls.

 

 


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