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"Ed" Edward or Edwin Wesley

1920s Aerial photo: House #na

1927 Mill Employees photo: 51

1920 Census:
Edward, Sr. age 39 - Head of Household
Martha L. (2nd wife?) age 33
Irene A. age 15
Evelyn age 13
Fred (Fritz?) age 12
Edward, Jr. age 10
Josephine age 6
Jeanette age 6
Charles age 5
Albert age 1

1920 Employment: Laborer, Lumber Mill

1930 Census: They lived on County F
Edward Sr. age 49 - NOTE: Who is Fred Wesley mentioned in the 1954 history?
Martha L. age 44
Irene A. no longer at home
Evelyn no longer at home
Fred (Fritz?) no longer at home
Edward Jr. no longer at home
Josephine age 16
Jeanette age 16
Charles age 15
Albert age 12
Robert age 8

1930 Employment: General Farmer

NOTE: The Wesley family is mentioned in the 1954 Helen Greene History:

excerpt: "The Ed Wesleys, an English family, moved to Lugerville in March, 1907.  They lived in the house that is the Jelmar Barber’s home of today. Their baby, born in August, 1907, whom they named Fritz, was the first boy born in Lugerville. (Bodenburg) He grew to manhood in Lugerville. Fritz and his brothers operated the family farm about a mile east of the Lugerville School on County Trunk F until he went to work in Chicago three years ago (1951). His mother, Martha Wesley, his stepfather, Fred Wesley, and his brothers, Al and Charley are at present living on this progressive, well-kept, productive, modern farm in the Town of Flambeau."



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