Bio: Seymour, Paul (1870 – 19??)
Surnames: Seymour, Hardy
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
---Seymour, Paul (4 July 1870 – 19??)
PAUL SEYMOUR, the genial proprietor of the Adams House, a first class hostelry, located on the corner of Jackson and Fourth streets, Wausau, has additional business interests, owning a saw mill with steam power at Nutterville, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Mr. Seymour was born in the town of Easton, Marathon County, July 4, 1870, and is a son of Nelson and Hattie Seymour, who came to Marathon County among the early permanent settlers.
Paul Seymour grew to manhood in the town of Easton and assisted his father in the care of the home farm of sixty-six acres. This property subsequently became his own and after selling the same he moved to Nutterville, where he purchased the mill and for eight years also conducted a store. On June 20, 1911, he took charge of the Adams House, Wausau, and from that time on patrons of this hotel, has found comfortable and pleasant conditions surrounding them, with an excellent meal service and at very reasonable rates. Mr. Seymour is justly popular with the traveling public.
Mr. Seymour married Miss Jennie, an adopted daughter of Daniel Hardy, and they have four children: Earl, Grace, Roy and Elmer. Mr. Seymour is identified with the fraternal order of Eagles and belongs also to the Germania.
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