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Image from page 343 of “Biographical record; this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Houghton, Baraga and Marquette Counties, Michigan ..” (1903)
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Title: Biographical record; this volume contains biographical sketches of leading citizens of Houghton, Baraga and Marquette Counties, Michigan ..
Year: 1903 (1900s)
Authors: Biographical Publishing Company
Subjects: Houghton County (Mich.) — Biography Marquette County (Mich.) — Biography
Publisher: Chicago, Biographical Publishing Co.
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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wo children,—Vir-ginia and Charlotte; Lottie, who married Dennis M. Coghlin, at Hancock,their one daughter, Agnes, dying in Houghton in 1903; Miltonia, deceased.Josephine; Fred ; John; Walter; and Howard. The pleasant and attractivehome of the family is situated on South street of West Houghton, and is oneof the most hospitable ones in the place. Mr. Lean is held in very high es-teem in Houghton, where he is so well known. He is a man of upright char-acter and generous to a fault; he is public spirited also and contributes liber-ally to all movements looking to the permanent advancement of the com-munity. JOSEPH NEHER. Joseph Neker, a well known young business man of Hancock, Hough-ton County, Michigan, has been the proprietor of a saloon in that city since1900. He was born in Hancock in 1874, and is a son of Michael and Rosina(Meyer) Neher. Michael Neher was born in Germany in 1828. After coming to the UnitedStates he supported himself as a teamster, but later engaged in the saloon

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GEORGE PERKINS CUMMINGS. HOUGHTON, BARAGA AND MARQUETTE COUNTIES 337 business and was very successful in his efforts to make a good living and se-cure an ample competence. He was a member of the Catholic Church, andalso affiliated with the St. Josephs Society. His death occurred in, 1884,when he was aged 56 years. His wife was born in Germany, and died in1898, at the age of 54. Of the eight children born to them, five are nowliving, namely: Martin, who is a teamster and who for the past six yearshas been a member of the volunteer fire department of Hancock; John, whois employed by his brother Joseph, our subject; Lizzie, who married VictorLinville, and is now a resident of Hancock; Frank, who is connected with theVal Blatz Brewing Companys Hancock branch; and Joseph, our subject. Joseph Neher took advantage of the educational facilities provided in theschools of the then village of Hancock, and secured a good common schooleducation. In 1900 he engaged in the saloon business, and has a

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Image from page 646 of “Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography … of … citizens of Columbia” (1901)
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Title: Memorial and biographical record and illustrated compendium of biography … of … citizens of Columbia
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Ogle, Geo. A. & co., Chicago, pub. [from old catalog]
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Publisher: Chicago, G. A. Ogle & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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s views werenot always in harmony with those of manyof his contemporaries, no one will deny thathis sentiments were honestly conceived andfearlessly expressed on all occasions. He was born near Peterboro, Madisoncounty, New York, September 9. 1S33, andis a son of George ^ Ellinwood and Han-nah J. Alexander. At the age of sixteen)ears he started out to make his own wayin the world and spent the first season as afarm laborer at eight dollars per month.The ne.xt year he entered New York CentralCollege at McGrawville, a progressive insti-tution, which was the second in the UnitedStates to adopt the system of co-educationfor both sexes. He spent several ears thereearning the means to continue his studies atintervals, by such employment as he couldsecure. A jiart of this time he taught acountry school for seventeen dollars permonth and boarded round. Later he wasengaged as principal of a graded school atMcGrawville, New York, but a few days be-fore he was to begin he learned that some of

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CAPT. ALEXANDER P. ELLIHWOOD. (Deceased) COMPENDIUM OF BIOGRAPHY 643 the patrons vere seriously opposed to hisbeing- employed on account of his freethinking principles, and determined to seeka ixisition elsewhere. In company with A.J. Warner, since famous as a leader of thefree silver movement, but at that timea penniless student like himself, he went tocentral Pennsylvania. They earned enoughto meet their meager expenses by workingfor farmers along the route until theyreached the Kishaco(juillas Valley, wherethey taught an acadein_- until they had pro-cured sufficient means to return to college.The same indomitable spirit of perseverancew hich induced him to obtain an educationat any sacrifice, characterized subsec^uent ef-forts and he never was known to abandonan undertaking which he set out in earnesttc accomplish. Having finished the sophomore }ear atcollege, he took a trip through Canada andthe west, arriving in Sauk county in 1858.He taught at Reedsburg and elsewhere un-til th

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