Bio: Calway, Samuel Bolling (History)



----Source: 1918 History of Clark County, Wisconsin, page 612



Samuel B. Calway was born in Canada, of an old English family, identified with large interests in Canada. He married Catherine Rainey, a native of Maine, of Scotch ancestry. They came to Neillsville June 19, 1869, and have since continued to reside here. They are the parents of five children. For many years Mr. Calway was identified with the lumbering industry in the county as a scaler, having scaled between 150,000,00 and 200,000,000 feet of the pine which was cut in the southern part of the county.


Obit: Calway, Samuel Bolling (1843 - 1924)


----Source: Daily Kennebec Journal (Kennebec, Maine) September 29, 1924

Obit: Calway, Samuel Bolling (1843 - 1924)

Samuel B. Calway

Word has been received in this city of the death of Samuel Bolling Calway at his home in Neillsville, Wis., Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 10. His death came as a shock as he had been about his home and around the streets but a few hours before.

Mr. Calway was born in Quebec, March 16, 1843, the youngest son of James and Mary Calway.


Samuel Bolling Calway is buried in the Neillsville, Wisconsin City Cemetery.



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