Bio: Ebbe, John H. (1881)

Contact: Janet Schwarze.

Surnames: Ebbe, Thompson, Henderson, Alison, Cuttule, Christensen

----Source: History of Northern Wis. (Wood County, Wis.) 1881, page 1216

JOHN H. EBBE, farmer, P. O. Nasonville, northwest one-fourth Section 27. Came to the town of Lincoln, Sept. 24, 1867. He was born on the Island of Laaland, Denmark, May 28, 1826. His brother C. H. Ebbe, came to Wis. in 1863. John H. followed in 1864; came to Lake Mills, Jefferson Co., Wis., and lived there until 1867. He is a wagon-maker by trade, and followed that occupation in the old country, but has followed farming principally in this country. He was married, Feb. 2, 1854, to Miss Maria Henderson, of Laalen. She died, leaving four children, two of whom are still living Mary, now Mrs. Cuttule, and John J. He was married, in 1865, to Mrs. Thompson, whose maiden name was Julia Alison. He has, by this marriage, five children Hans, Willie, Henry, Julia and Albert. He also adopted Thomas and Lewis Thompson, sons of, and Martha, the daughter of Mrs. Thompson, now Mrs. Peter N. Christensen. His father, Hans Ebbe, and his mother Bodel, nee Hanson, Ebbe, are still living at the old homestead in Denmark. He is Chairman of Town Board, County Supervisor, also School Director.



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