William Prescott Allen
Source: Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, Volume 14; Minnesota Biographies (1655-1912) published 1912; page 10; transcribed by FoFG mz
ALLEN, WILLIAM PRESCOTT, lumberman, b. in Thomaston, Me., Sept. 1, 1843; d. in Portland, Maine, in August, 1908. He served in the First Iowa Cavalry, and later in the 65th U. S. Infantry, attaining the rank of captain; settled in Minnesota at the close of the war; after 1881 resided at Cloquet, and was general manager and vice-president of the C. N. Nelson Lumber Company; was a member of the state senate, 1891-5.
Source: Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota. (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Marilyn Clore
ANDERSON Davis C, Carlton. Publisher. Born Oct 1, 1868 in LaFayette Ia, son of Isaac L and Elizabeth Jane (Griffin) Anderson. Educated in public schools and agricultural college. Engaged in printing business 1891; purchased Carlton Co Vidette 1892 and has been publisher of same to date. Former county treas and judge of probate; now pres Board of Education, court comnr and justice of the peace. Member I O O F; Commercial Club.
John H. Bolin
Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota. Publ. 1907 Transcribed by Rhonda Hill
BOLIN John H, Cloquet. Supt The Diamond Match Co. Born Aug 13, 1873 in Bollsta Sweden, son of Erick J and Carin (Ulander) Bolin. Emigrated to U S 1896. Graduated from Augustana College Rock Island Ill 1900. First employed as matchmaker in Menominee Mich 1896-99; chief bkpr for the Square Peoples House Furn Co Menominee until 1905; moved to Cloquet as supt of the Diamond Match Co 1905 and continues same to date. Member Commercial Club of Duluth; Menominee Lodge 269 A F & A M: Chapter 107 R A M; Commandery 35 K T.
Walter L. Case
Source: Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota. (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Renae Donaldson
CASE Walter L, Cloquet. Lawyer. Born Apr 25, 1863 in Wilson N Y, son of Samuel P and Margaret Case. Married June 2, 1892 to Evelyn A West. Graduated from Wilson Union School N Y 1884; attended Mt Union College Ohio 1888-89. Raised on farm in Niagara county N Y. Taught school in Wilson, Tonawanda and Lewiston N Y. Studied law Lockport N Y 2 years; moved to Saginaw Mich 1889; city editor Saginaw Evening Journal 2 years; admitted to practice law 1890; opened law office Saginaw W S; moved to Saginaw E S 1891; moved to Duluth Minn 1893 and practiced law in W Duluth; edited Daily Law Bulletin in Duluth 5 years; moved to Cloquet and practiced law 1898 to date. City atty Cloquet. Treas Central Block Co. Member Minn House of Representatives.
Daniel J. Coleman
Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Liz Dellinger
COLEMAN Daniel J. St Paul. Res 39 Winnipeg av, office 603 N Y Life bldg. Lawyer. Born Dec 6, 1876 in Carleton Minn, son of Thomas and Caroline (Souther) Coleman. Married in 1902 to Elizabeth Peterson. Educated in high school Preston Minn; State Normal School Winona; U of M St Paul college of law LLB 1902. Engaged in practice of law to date.
Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Nancy Overlander
Green John Edward, Carlton. Lawyer. Born Dec 4, 1865 in St Clair Blue Earth county Minn, son of John and Mary (Hall) Green. Married Sept 4, 1890 to Sara A Watkins. Graduated from Rushford High School 1886; Northern Indiana Normal College BS 1888; law dept U of M, LL B 1896. Principal of school Hokah Minn 1888-89; principal of school Carlton 1889-91; county supt of schools 1890-94; practiced law in Carlton 1896 to date; county atty 1900-1907. Sec Rep County Committee 6 years; member Board of Education 3 years. Member Commercial Club, Masonic fraternity and I O O F.
Alfred D. Haisch
Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Richard Ramos
HAISH Alfred D, Superior. Office Carlton Minn. Real estate and loans. Born Dec 21, 1858 in Alma Wis, son of Frederick and Wilhelmina (Lutz) Haish. Married Sept 1, 1886 to Ida Alley. Educated in common and high schools Reeds Landing Minn. Engaged in farm implement business Webster S D 1883-1900; moved to Minneapolis until 1901; moved to Carlton and engaged in farm lands, real estate and loans to date. Pres Carlton County Abstract Co and Floodwood Minn Bank; Sec Inter-state Farm Land Co Carlton Minn. Member Carlton and Superior Commercial clubs and Masonic fraternity.
Forman Voss Inskeep
Source: Little Sketches of Big Folks in Minnesota. (Publ. 1907) Transcribed by Nancy Overlander
Inskeep, Forman Voss, Cloquet. Lawyer. Born Sept 11, 1868 in Champaign county Ill, son of Davis S and Charity V (Trotter) Inskeep. Married Aug 12, 1876 to Nettie Louise Thompson. Attended country and high schools Seymour Ia; Highland Park Normal College Des Moines Ia; engaged in study of law in office of Jepson & Jepson Sioux City Ia 1895 until admission to bar 1897. Practiced in Danbury Ia until 1903; moved to Cloquet and has been engaged in practice of his profession to date. Served as mayor Danbury Ia; sec Democratic Country Central Committee. Member Masonic fraternity; I O O F; M W A and Royal League.
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