Bio: Wallis, Orzina Dean's Weaving (1900)

Transcriber: Janet

Mrs. Orzina Dean Wallis' Carpet Weaving business of Greenwood, Wisconsin was featured in this Greenwood Gleaner ad of 16-Mar-1900.

Residence Fennimore WI;
Enlisted on 1/23/1865 as a Private.
On 1/23/1865 he mustered into "K" Co. WI 47th Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 9/11/1865

Paschel was born 24 August 1840 in Jefferson Co., NH. He moved to WI as a child, settling in Grant Co.

He enlisted with Co. "K" in the 47th Wis. Inf., 23 Jan 1865 serving as a Pvt. and was discharged 11 Sep 1865.

12 Mar 1867 he was married to Orzina Dean (b. 25 Oct 1842, NH), the daughter of Elhanan Winchester and Louise Dean. Louise's 1st husband, Joshua Davis and her father were both members of Co. C, 2nd Wis. and neither lived to return to civilian life.

Her Father fell first in MO in 1863 and Joshua died in TN in 1865. In 1885, the Wallis family moved to Clark Co., WI where for many years, Paschel drove the stage from Neillsville to Withee. Upon retirement, they moved into Greenwood where Orzina had a carpet weaving business (Ad above).



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