M. GREEN, attorney at law, Oregon; born in Wayne Co., N.Y., Nov. 21, 1837;
WILLIAM SODEN, wagon and carriage maker, Oregon; born in the town of Butternuts, Otsego CO., N.Y. in 1837; came to Rock Co., Wis., with this parents, in 1845;
George W. Prichard
GEORGE W. PRICHARD, farmer, Sec. 9; P.O. Oregon, was born in Decatur Co., Ind. in 1837; his father, Thomas Prichard, was born in Scott Co., Ky. In 1806; emigrated to Decatur Co. Ind., when 18 years old.
RASMUS LARSON, a well-known and successful farmer of the town of Rutland, is a native of Denmark. Lars and Anna Larson, his parents were born in Rudkjöbing, Denmark, where they were educated and married and spent their lives upon a farm in the neighborhood. Their oldest son, Christian, died; the two younger ones, Lars and Rasmus, came to America and both settled in Rutland. Rasmus was born near Rudkjöbing, May 7, 1837, attended school in Denmark until he was fifteen years of age and then worked out.
M. M. GREEN, attorney at law, Oregon; born in Wayne Co., N.Y., Nov. 21, 1837; in 1850, his parents, Samuel and Nancy Green, settled on a farm in Sec. 34, Fitchburg Township; he attended the Oregon village school, and during the war of secession was the agent of noted parties in Madison to furnish horses on Government contract;