Kenosha County Biographical Sketches

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CITY OF KENOSHA

HENRY JUNGE, physician and surgeon; was born in Bremen Jan. 29, 1841, and came to America in June, 1870; he first located at Pentwater, Mich., and after a residence there of one year went to Manistee; he lived in the latter place four years, then removed to Manton, Mich., where he resided until May 1, 1877, when he established himself in Kenosha. He spent three years in study in the German hospitals, and is a graduate of the Chicago Medical College and of the Chicago Eye and Ear College. He married, at Manton, on the Ist of January, I877, Laura J. Webster, a native of Baltimore, Md.; they have one son - William D. They are members of the M. E. Church.

TOWN OF PLEASANT PRAIRIE

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TOWN OF SOMERS

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TOWN OF BRISTOL

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TOWN OF PARIS

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TOWN OF BRIGHTON

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TOWN OF RANDALL

FREDRICK JOHNSON, farmer, Sec. 30; P.O. Wilmot; born in Germany in 1853; emigrating to America in 1871, locating at Randall; in 1875, purchased forty acres, his present homestead; in 1877, added twenty more. Married, in 1877, Miss Mena Hazelman, of Burlington, Wis.

TOWN OF SALEM

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TOWN OF WHEATLAND

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