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Re: Joseph--Edwin--Delbert WALLIN
Posted by: Lori Niemuth (ID *****7549) Date: May 12, 2003 at 18:46:03
In Reply to: Re: Joseph--Edwin--Delbert WALLIN by Marilyn (Brown) LeVeque of 351

Try this again...

1 - Joseph Wallin + Fanny Russell (we are unsure on these being Joseph & Richard's parents)

2 = Joseph Wallin (b. Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; Civil War from Eastman, Crawford Co., WI)
+ Mary Ann Wisdom
2 = Edwin Dale Wallin (1862-1952)
+ Alice Irene Collins
3 = Delbert Floid Wallin
3 = Herbert D. Wallin
3 = John Joseph Wallin
3 = Hazel B. Wallin

2 = Richard Wallin (b. 1819 Kidderminster)
+ Harriet Gale (b. 1819 Kidderminster; d. 1905 Prairie du Chien, Crawford Co., WI)

3 = Thomas Gale Wallin (b. 1851 Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 1884 Seneca, Crawford Co., WI)
+ Ellen Elizabeth Cambell (1853-1939); m. 1878 Eastman, Crawford Co., WI
4 = Charles Henry Wallin

3 = Alfred Carlton Wallin (Civil War, from Eastman, Dane Co., WI)
+ Margaret A. Miller
+ Ida Adams (1858-1879); m. 1878 Prairie du Chien
4 = Ida M. Wallin
+ Mary Etta King; m. 1883 Prairie du Chien
4 = Oscar King Wallin
4 = Jennie Belden Wallin
4 = Mary Etta Wallin
4 = Helen Hunt Wallin

3 = Frederick Wallin (Civil War, from Madison, Dane Co., WI)

3 = William Wallin (Civil War, from Eastman, Crawford Co., WI)

Joseph purchased 40 in Crawford Co., WI, in 1860, according to a land patent application. Mary Ann's family started the grist
mill on Pine Creek in Crawford Co. in 1867. Later Richard (Joseph's brother) acquired it and Richard's son ran in from 1881
to 1884.

Richard (b. 1819) arrived from England on November 12, 1838; resided for a time in Lowell, MA, where he was a weaver of
Brussels carpets. He and wife Harriet are buried in Prairie du Chien.


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