Bio: Estey, Albion (1830 - 1899)

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Surnames: Estey, Woodworth


----Source: 1881 History of Northern, Wisconsin


Albian Estey (11 May 1830 - 12 Sep 1899)


ALBION ESTEY, farmer, Sec. 13, P. O. Merrillan. was born in Maine, May 11, 1830; lived in his native State until 1868, engaged in the lumber trade; came West and settled on Green Bay shore, at Peshtigo, where he lost all his property in the large fire there, Oct. 8, 1871. After that he removed to St. Cloud, Minn.; in the Spring of 1873 returned to Wisconsin and settled in Jackson Co., on the farm where he now is. Owns 160 acres of good farmland, eighty acres being in the town of Alma and eighty in Hixton; raises fine stock. Was married, May 4, 1854, to Miranda Woodworth. She was born in New Brunswick in 1837. They have eight children—William H., Henry, Liely, Viola, Maud, Benjamin M., Ethel and one daughter unnamed.


Family Notes


Albion Estey died 12 Sep 1899 in Jackson Co., Wisconsin, vol. 3, pg. 342.  Lila Roena died 8 Nov 1898, vol. 3, pg. 224


1880 Federal Census, Alma, Jackson, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 273


Albion Estey, married American farmer
father's birthplace : Canada
mother's birthplace : Canada

Household Members
self Albion Estey M 50 Canada
wife Marada M. Estey F 43 Canada
son William H. Estey M 21 Maine, United States
daughter Lilah Estey F 19 Maine, United States
son Henry Estey M 16 Maine, United States
daughter Viola Estey F 9 Wisconsin, United States
daughter Maud Estey F 7 Wisconsin, United States
son Benjamin Estey M 5 Wisconsin, United States
other Ethel Estey F 2 Wisconsin, United States
other Edith Estey F 0 Wisconsin, United States



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