Bio: Bardeen, Charles V. (1881)


Surnames: Bardeen, Palmer, Spooner, Kellogg, Coon, Miller

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wisconsin (1881) page 556-557

Charles V. Bardeen, lawyer, Wausau. Was born in Brookfield, Madison Co., N.Y., Sept. 23, 1850, and lived there until 1854, when his parents, Rasselas and Maria (Palmer) Bardeen, came to Albion, Dane Co., Wis. His father was accidentally killed in Albion, Dec. 8, 1874, by a wagon running over him; his mother still lives on the old homestead, where Charles Bardeen lived until 1871, when he went to Colorado Springs, Col., staying there one year; then in Pueblo, six months, and in Del Norte about six months, when he returned to Albion, remaining there until 1874. He graduated from the law department of Wisconsin University, having attended in the classical course prior to that time. He read law in Edgerton, Rock Co., Wis., before going to Madison. He came to Wausau, June 28, 1875, with Roger Spooner; they were in partnership about eight months. Since October, 1878, Mr. Bardeen had been in partnership with Gen. J. A. Kellogg. He has been District and City Attorney. Mr. Bardeen was married, in Albion, Dane Co., Wis., June 17, 1876, to Frankie H. Miller. They have two children, Eleanor M. and an infant son. Mrs. Bardeen is a daughter of Benjamin S. and Martha (Coon) Miller.



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