Bio: Single, Charles A. (1881)

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Surnames: Single

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, page 555

CHARLES A. SINGLE, died April 30, 1880, at the age of fifty-eight years.  Was born in Hartford England, and came to America in 1836, with his brother Benjamin.  They first stopped in Milwaukee, but in 1844, made their way into the Wisconsin pineries.  He worked with his brother for a time, but afterward built the Forest House, which he operated until just before it was burned in 1878.  He was frequently in the City Council, a good citizen, with a fervent love of his adopted country, frank and warm hearted, and an earnest Mason.  He left a wife and seven children in good circumstances.



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