Bio: Duffy, Michael (1881)
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Surnames: Duffy. Kopplin

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, page 559

MICHAEL DUFFY, groceries, provisions, liquors, etc., came to Wisconsin in April, 1866, and, at first, worked at the carpenter trade; afterward ran a stage between Wausau and Stevens Point, for one and one-half years. Then he opened in the grocery business and followed it until 1875, when he engaged in lumbering. In 1878 he returned to his present business, and has followed it since. He was city Alderman for two years. He was born in Seneca County, New York, Nov. 1, 1833. He was married at Wausau, Jan. 20, 1861, to Paulina A. Kopplin, who was born July 4, 1840. They have ten children living Mary J., Anna, Charles T., Paulina, Henry, Frank M., Edward, Laura, Mabel and Florence. They lost one son, Robert J.

 

 


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