Bio: Alban, Stephen H. (1881)


Surnames: Alban

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wis. (1881) page 556

Stephen H. Alban, Wausau, was born in Tuscarawas Township, Starke Co., Ohio, April 7, 1836, and lived there until his parents removed to Wisconsin, locating at first at Blue Mound, Dane Co., late in 1837. Three years later they moved to what is now Sauk City, Sauk Co., living there until 1842, when they returned to Ohio, and remained six years. In 1849, he came to Plover with his father, James S. Alban, who was born in Jefferson Co., Ohio, in October, 1810, and who was killed at Shiloh, April 6, 1862. His mother died in Prairie du Sac, in 1842. Her maiden name was Amanda Harris, and she was born in the same town as her son, Stephen. Mr. Stephen Alban was admitted to the Bar in 1857, and commenced practice at Grand Rapids the same year. A year later, he returned to Plover and was in practice there until 1861, when he was appointed Register of the United States Land Office, which position he has held ever since. Mr. Alban came to Wausau in August, 1872. He was married at Peshtigo, Mich., Sept. 29, 1869. to Helen N. Cowan, who was born at Fort Covington, N.Y. They have three children - Edith L., Helen L., and Anna A.



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