N.H. INGRAHAM, farmer, Sec. 34; P.O. Union; was born in Bradford Co. Penn., in 1815; in 1825, his parents Daniel and Esther Ingraham, natives of Connecticut, removed with their family from Pennsylvania to Geauga Co., Ohio, whence, in 1854, N.H. emigrated to Dane Co., Wis., and located in the town of Oregon, and, in the following year, removed to the town of Rutland, and, in 1864, settled on Sec. 34, where he now owns 120 acres. He was a member of the Town Board for three terms.He was married, in Geauga Co., Ohio, March 1, 1842, to Nancy M. daughter of Henry and Nancy (Lloyd) Whemple, a native of Oneida Co., N.Y.; she died march 15, 1857, leaving four sons-Eugene, who died April 4, 1878; Melvin, who enlisted in Co. C, Feb. 14, 1865, and served with his regiment till mustered out at St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 29, 1865; Henry M., now in Kansas; Gardner, at home; his second marriage was July 10, 1857 to Lois A. Lacy, a native of Pennsylvania, who came to Wisconsin in 1856; they have two children-Franklin B., now in Evansville, Wis. and Carrie L., at home.Ref. 1880 History of Dane County, Wisconsin, p. 1201-1202.