ALBERT WATERMAN, farmer, Sec. 17; P.O. Rutland or Oregon; born in the town of Royalton, Windsor, Co., Vt., in 1815;
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.
JAMES GILLIES, farmer, Sec. 36; P.O. Cooksville; was born in Fifeshire, Scotland, in 1815; he is the son of James Gillies, a weaver by vocation, and with whom, at the age of 13 years, he began the same trade, and continued that business there fifteen years; in May, 1845, he sailed from Liverpool for America, and landed in New York City on the last day of that month; and came thence to the town of Porter, Rock, Co., Wis.;