Bio: Curran, John C. (1881)
Surnames: Curran, Sloan
----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, pages 558-559
JOHN C. CURRAN, lumberman, was born in St. Amicet, Canada, Aug. 22, 1838. He settled in Jenny, Lincoln Co. in 1855, where he followed his present business, and remained two years; from there he moved to Eagle River, and helped cut and put in the first logs in that section; he remained there two and a half years, from there he moved to the mouth of the Pelican River in the same county on the Wisconsin River, where he still does business. He occasionally lives in Wausau. He was married September, 1870, to Lizzie S. Sloan, who was born in Saint Edwards, in the Province of Quebec, March 20, 1849. They have four children – Mary J., Thomas B., Lizzie P., and Muriel J.
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