Bio: Alderson, Victor A. (1881)


Surnames: Alderson, Corey, McLaughlin

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

Victor A. Alderson, real estate and lumber, Wausau, was born near Toronto, Canada, July 21, 1850. He settled in Wausau in April, 1869, and first engaged as cashier in Silverthorn & Plumer's Bank. In 1877, he bought an interest in the Wausau flouring mill, and took charge of the same and the business connected with it. Then he sold his interest in the mill, and has since been engaged in real estate, lumbering and saw mills. In the Spring of 1880, he sold his interest in the mills, and since that time has made real estate his principal business. He was married in Wausau, Oct. 3, 1872, to Ida L. Corey, who was born June 8, 1854, in Wausau. They have two children, James C., born Sept. 5, 1873, and Caroline B., born Jan. 18, 1875. Mrs. V. A. Alderson was a daughter of Mr. Montraville D. Corey and Mrs. Brittania Corey. Mr. Corey moved to Wausau in 1846, and engaged in the lumber and saw-mill business, and followed the same until 1866, at which time he disposed of his interests and engaged in a flouring mill. He died Dec. 24, 1871. He was born in Allegany County, N.Y., Aug. 11, 1822. He was married, April 30, 1851, to Brittania McLaughlin, who was born Nov. 1, 1825. They had two children, Mrs. V. A. Alderson and Jessie A. Corey.



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