Florence Biography Page - C. E. McINTOSH



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SOURCE: History of the upper peninsula of Michigan : containing a full account of its early settlement, its growth, development, and resources, an extended description of its iron and copper mines : also, accurate sketches of its counties, cities, towns, and villages ... biographical sketches, portraits of prominent men and early settlers.
Collection: Michigan County Histories Pages 504

C. E. McINTOSH, District Attorney. was born in Canada West April 13, 1836; came to Wisconsin in 1838; settled at Milwaukee; attended school until 1856, and then went to Notre Dame University. of South Bend, Ind., for three years; returned to Wisconsin, and taught school till 1861; was in United States Army four years, and then returned to Appleton, Wis., and settled there in the spring of 1866; remained in Appleton until January, 1881, when he came to Florence; practiced law; was admitted to the bar in 1874. and was admitted to Supreme Court of Wisconsin same year. Mr. McIntosh represented Outagamie County, Wis., in Legislature three years; now located at Florence, Wis., and term of office will expire January 1, 1883; was married to Miss Mary E. Conklin. of Neosho, Dodge Co., Wis., October 11, 1864; have six children-Malcolm E., Montgomery E.. Maggie E., Nathan, Charlotte and Donald.

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