Bio: Stanley, Edward E. & Elvira (Shupe)
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----Source: Clark County, WI History Buff Researchers, 1880 U. S. Federal Census - Beaver, Clark County, Wisconsin, 1910 U. S. Federal Census - Neillsville, Clark County, Wisconsin

Surnames: Harder, Shupe, Stanley

 

 

Edward E. & Elvira (Shupe) Stanley

Neillsville, Clark Co., Wisconsin

 

Edward E. Stanley, who served in the Civil War in the 1st Illinois Company L, was born in Canada on the first of October in 1843. After the war, he was a cook for those who worked on the log drives on the Black River. He married Elmira (or Alvira) Shupe, the daughter of Tobias and Mary Shupe, in Beaver, Clark County, Wisconsin in September of 1878. They had two children, William, who was living in Virginia at the time of his motherís death from pneumonia in 1909, and Mrs. Eleanor Harder, who with her daughter, lived with Edward in Neillsville at the time of his death on December 12, 1912.

 

News Clips

 

Clark County Press, Neillsville, WI, May, 1875

 

The boys on the Black River east fork log drives, all veterans of the business, unite in pronouncing Ed Stanley as the best camp cook on the river.

 

Census Records

 

1880 U. S. Federal Census - Beaver, Clark County, Wisconsin

Name

Relation

Sex

Race

Age

Marital Status

Birth Place

Father Birth Place

Mother Birth Place

Occupation

Shupe, Tobias

head

m

w

68

m

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

farmer

Shupe, Mary A.

wife

f

w

64

m

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

keeps house

Shupe, Elvira

daughter

f

w

34

s

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

 

 

1910 U. S. Federal Census - Neillsville, Clark County, Wisconsin

Name

Relation

Sex

Race

Age

Marital Status

Birth Place

Father Birth Place

Mother Birth Place

Occupation

Stanley, Edward E.

head

m

w

66

m

Canada

Canada

Canada

cook

Harder, Eleanor

daughter

f

w

27

m

Wisconsin

Canada

Pennsylvania

dressmaker

Harder, Floris E.

granddaughter

f

w

2

s

Wisconsin

New York

Wisconsin

 

Military Records

Civil War--1st Illinois Company L

 

 


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