Bio: Haseltine, H. S. (1881)

Surnames: Haseltine, Smith

----Source: The History of Northern Wisconsin (Marathon County, Wis.) 1881, page 561

H. S. HASELTINE, overseer of Scholfield’s mills, Scholfield. First located at Stevens Point in 1861, where he was employed three years as clerk in a drug store; from there he went to Lockport, where he remained two years in the same capacity, and from there came to Scholfield. He soon after went to Keokuk, Iowa, and had charge of a lumber yard for three years. Then he went to New Sharon, in Central Iowa, and retailed lumber on his own account, remaining one year. He finally returned to Scholfield. He was born in Canaseraga, N.Y., July 28, 1846. He was married in New Sharon, Iowa, November, 1875, to Laura C. Smith, who was born in Union Springs, N.Y., July 13, 1859. They have three children – Maria, Richard S. and Sarah.




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