Sidney ABER

1817 - Jan 1875

Father: Phillip ABER
Mother: Eleanor COX


                 _Aaron ABER __+
 _Phillip ABER _|
|               |_Susan MARSH _
|
|--Sidney ABER 
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|                ______________
|_Eleanor COX __|
                |______________

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[127282] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[127283] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[127284] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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Edwin HURLBUT

[72429] [72432]

10 Oct 1817 - 28 Nov 1905

Father: Philander HURLBUT
Mother: Julia Alma THOMAS

Family 1 : Catherine CHANDLER
  1.  Julia Augusta HURLBUT
  2.  Patrick HURLBUT
  3.  Henrietta C. HURLBUT
  4.  Kate HURLBUT
Family 2 : Margie E. SPEARING
  1.  Edwina HURLBUT
  2.  Margie Spearing HURLBUT
Family 3 : M. H. FARNER

                      _Hezekiah HURLBUT _+
 _Philander HURLBUT _|
|                    |___________________
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|--Edwin HURLBUT 
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|                     ___________________
|_Julia Alma THOMAS _|
                     |___________________

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[72429] At the age of seven he moved with his parents to Bradford, County, Pa., where he remained about eight years, getting the best education the area had available. Going by foot to Newark, New Jersey, he spent a year with an uncle, and then went west to Michigan. After stopping a short time in Eaton County, Mich., he returned east to Lodi, New York and studied law. In 1842, he removed to Towanda, Pa., continued his studies and was admitted to the bar in 1847. He moved that year to Michigan and settled in a practice in Mason, Ingham County. There he was the District Attorney, Postmaster, as well Judge Advocate of the State Militia, with the rank of Colonel.

[72432] In April 1850, Col. Hurlbut move west of Lake Michigan to Oconomowoc, where he had a successful law practice. In all he was elected District Attorney 1856, was appointed Colonel on Gov. Randall's staff 1861, went to Washington with the 14th Reg Wis Infantry and held a position in the State Commissary Dept. and the inspection of troops. In 1862 he was made Dep US Marshall with Provost Marshall powers and was offered a Colonelcy of a Wisconsin Regiment, but declined. He was a member of the General Assembly of Wisconsin in session of 1869. In 1870, at the request of Gov. Fairchild he was his representative in the International Congress on Penitentiary reformatory discipline. He was known as a humanitarian, and in 1872, was made a delegate to the International Congress which met in London. In the city of his home, he officiated in various offices of usefulness, particularly in educational matters affecting the public schools.

He was editor and proprietor of the "Wisconsin Free Press", an ably conducted journal published at Oconomowoc. He was a prominent advocate of temperance reform, an honored member of the Masonic Fraternity, and a Baptist in religious sentiment.

A notice of Col. Hurlbut appeared in the publication known as the "Biographical Dictionary of self-made men of the Northwest" of which the above is an abridged extract. (HG p.120)

EDWIN HURLBUT, journalist and attorney; was born at Newtown, Conn.. Oct,. 10, 1817, at the age of 7, he moved with his parents to Bradford Co., Penn., from where, after attending school about seven years, he struck out for himself, going on foot to Newark, N. J.; after residing there one year, be emigrated to Michigan, but soon after returned East and began the study of law; at the age of 24 he had saved $1,400 and paid $1,200 for a home, and the balance for books, only to be bitterly disappointed by finding a mortgage on the house. He was now living at Lodi, N. Y., having married Catherine Chandler on Oct. 10, 1840 – his 23 birthday. After losing his home by the unknown mortgage, Mr. H. moved to Towanda, Penn., and commenced the study and practice of law, and after finishing his sixth year, in 1847, he was admitted to the bar; in the same year he returned to Michigan was admitted to practice at the bar, and received the appointment of Postmaster; was also appointed District Attorney, also received from Gov. Ransom his appointment of Judge Advocate in the State militia, with the rank of Colonel; in 1850, he came to Wisconsin and settled in Oconomowoc, where he has since resided, and was admitted in the Circuit Court also in the Supreme Court and United States Court. In the first year of his residence in this State, he was appointed the attorney of the Milwaukee, Waterloo & Madison Plank Road; and at another time, Chairman of the Democratic County Committee; in 1854, he was Chairman of the Senatorial and Assembly Committee, from which time he has figured conspicuously in the political affairs of the State. In Madison, at the People’s Convention, where the Republican party of this State. was organized, he opposed the further extension of slavery; in 1856 he was elected District Attorney. and in 1858, he was appointed attorney for the M., B. D. & B. R. R., now C., M. & St. P. R. R., holding the position several years; in 1860 and 1864, he supported Lincoln for the Presidency, in 1861, he was appointed Colonel on Gov. Randall’s staff; took an active part in getting recruits for the army, contributed largely in bounties to the families of those who enlisted and pledged his services gratuitously for procuring their pensions and bounties – a pledge which he has faithfully kept. He was sent to Washington with the 4th Wisconsin Regiment, receiving an appointment in the State Commissary Department, was appointed to the duty of inspecting troops and studying the qualifications of officers for promotion; in the same year, he was appointed aide to the Commander-in-Chief, with the rank of Colonel, by Gov. Randall; in 1862, he was appointed Deputy United States Marshal, with Provo-Marshal power, to issue passes and superintend military affairs in his district; was also tendered a position, by the Governor, of Colonel of one of the regiments. but declined, because the army was being officered by politicians, rather than soldiers; in 1868, he gained an election to the legislature by the Republicans; while there he introduced a bill for the repeal of the law which deprived deserters of the right of franchise; in 1869, was appointed one of the managers of the State Industrial School at, Waukesha; in 1870, was appointed by Gov. Fairchild. to represent him at the International Congress, on penitentiary and reformatory discipline; was elected one of the Vice Presidents; in 1872, was appointed a delegate to the International Penitentiary Congress in London, England; in the same year, he endorsed the nomination of Horace Greeley for the Presidency, and has been identified with the reform movement since then; in 1873, was elected District Attorney for Waukesha Co., on the Reform ticket. In May, 1874, he was a member of the National Prison Congress, held at St. Louis, and elected one of its Trustees, and appointed on the Committee on Criminal Law Reform, in 1875, was appointed a member of the Board of Managers of the State Industrial School for three years, the same year, he was elected a Trustee of the National Prison Association at New York, and also one of the Committee on Discharged Convicts; he has held the positions of Trustee and President of the village of Oconomowoc, and has zealously devoted himself to its prosperity. In religious belief he is a Baptist; is strictly temperate in his habits; is a member of Waukesha Chapter No. 37, A., F. & A. M. He has children – daughters now living. The death of his first wife occurred April 6, 1864, was married, December following, to Mrs. M. H. Farner, of Waukesha, Wis. Mr. Hurlbut is a man of positive character; is a self-made man; has worked his own way, through life; is self-reliant; as a lawyer, ranks among the best talent in the State, has an extensive practice in the several courts of this State, and in the United States Courts; he has attended every session of the Circuit Court for Waukesha Co. for the past twenty-five years. Mr. H. is owner and publisher of the Wisconsin Free Press.
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[72430] [S695] Judy Rankin

[72431] [S695] Judy Rankin

[144624] [S695] Judy Rankin

[144625] [S695] Judy Rankin


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Mary Ann HURLBUT

[76878]

____ - ____

Father: Jeremiah HURLBUT
Mother: Cynthia HARRIS


                     _John HURLBUT __+
 _Jeremiah HURLBUT _|
|                   |_Hannah MILLET _+
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|--Mary Ann HURLBUT 
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|                    ________________
|_Cynthia HARRIS ___|
                    |________________

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[76878] Died about age 18. (HG)


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Mabel NEWELL

____ - ____

Father: William NEWELL
Mother: Mary Molly HULBERT


                       _________________________
 _William NEWELL _____|
|                     |_________________________
|
|--Mabel NEWELL 
|
|                      _Lyman Benjamin HULBERT _+
|_Mary Molly HULBERT _|
                      |_Jane Tabithia WALTON ___+

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[101841] [S1008] Kathy Hulbert


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Jane PARKS

1832 - ____

Family 1 : Horace L. HURLBURT
  1.  John W. HURLBURT
  2.  Amelia HURLBURT
  3.  Martha HURLBURT

    __
 __|
|  |__
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|--Jane PARKS 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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[81967] [S579] Marlow Heights Hurlburt

[144104] [S157] Jean Hurlburt Smith


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Sarah SEELEY

28 Sep 1694 - ____

Family 1 : Job SHERMAN
  1.  Anne SHERMAN
  2. +John SHERMAN
  3.  Martha SHERMAN
  4. +Joel SHERMAN
  5. +Nathan SHERMAN
  6.  Mary SHERMAN
  7.  Amos SHERMAN
  8. +Ephraim SHERMAN
  9.  Eunice (twin) SHERMAN
  10.  Mary (twin) SHERMAN

    __
 __|
|  |__
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|--Sarah SEELEY 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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Joel Sterling SHERMAN

1819 - 1 Mar 1898

Father: Silas Wooster SHERMAN
Mother: Sally LEWIS

Family 1 : Harriet Read BOTSFORD
  1.  Sarah E. SHERMAN
  2. +Silas Hawley SHERMAN
  3. +Clarence R. SHERMAN
  4. +Hattie Sterling SHERMAN
  5.  Edgar B. SHERMAN

                          _Ezra SHERMAN _+
 _Silas Wooster SHERMAN _|
|                        |_Mary CAMP ____
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|--Joel Sterling SHERMAN 
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|                         _______________
|_Sally LEWIS ___________|
                         |_______________

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Johanah WHITNEY

16 Jan 1655 - ____

Father: Richard WHITNEY
Mother: Martha COLDAM


                    _John WHITNEY _+
 _Richard WHITNEY _|
|                  |_Elinor BRAY __
|
|--Johanah WHITNEY 
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|                   _______________
|_Martha COLDAM ___|
                   |_______________

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[130852] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[130853] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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