Biography extracted from History of Sauk County, Wisconsin Chicago: Western Historical Company, published 1880.
Daniel Constantine, farmer and shoemaker, Sec. 32; P.O. Sandusky; son of Daniel and Caroline (Stewart) Constantine; was born in Oneida Co., N.Y., near Utica, Jan. 15, 1839; resided in his native county till 1857, when he went to Buffalo, N.Y., where he worked at his trade. March 16, 1865, he was married to Mary E. Platt, daughter of Joseph and Ann (Lord) Platt; Mrs. Constantine was born in Rochester, N.Y.; they have two children – Chester W. and Cora L. Mr. C enlisted Aug. 15, 1862, in Co. E, 116th N.Y. V.I.; served two years and seven months; was in the battles of Ft. Donelson, Gettysburg, Baton Rouge and Ft. Hudson; was wounded at Ft. Hudson, June 14, 1863, and sent home to St. Mary’s Hospital , N.Y.; when well enough for duty, was made Wardmaster and Clerk of the hospital, and was afterward detailed on the secret service; was discharged March 9, 1865, for disability. From Oneida Co., he moved to Madison Co., and in 1870, came to Wisconsin, located on Sec. 32, town of Washington, Sauk Co.; has 80 acres of land. Mr. C. has been Justice of the Peace five years, and is the present Director of School District No. 8.
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