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John AXTELL's parents: Asa AXTELL (1781-1855) and Sarah TAYLOR ( - )

Family of John AXTELL and Emeline BERRY

Husband: John AXTELL (1818-1889)
Wife: Emeline BERRY ( - )
Children: Amanda AXTELL (1845- )
Albert F. AXTELL (1849-1874)
Orris Walker AXTELL (1851- )
Sarah E. AXTELL (1855- )
John Warren AXTELL (1855-1919)
Helen R. AXTELL (1857- )
Marriage 26 Feb 1844 New Sharon, Franklin County, Maine, USA

Husband: John AXTELL

Name: John AXTELL 1
Sex: Male
Father: Asa AXTELL (1781-1855)
Mother: Sarah TAYLOR ( - )
Birth 23 Apr 1818 Peru, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
Death 1 Jun 1889 (age 71) New London, Waupaca County, Wisconsin, USA

Wife: Emeline BERRY

Name: Emeline BERRY 1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth USA

Child 1: Amanda AXTELL

Name: Amanda AXTELL 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: S.N. STARK ( - )
Birth 3 Feb 1845 USA

Child 2: Albert F. AXTELL

Name: Albert F. AXTELL 1
Sex: Male
Birth 21 Oct 1849 USA
Death 17 Sep 1874 (age 24) USA

Child 3: Orris Walker AXTELL

Name: Orris Walker AXTELL 1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Louise G DIENER ( - )
Birth 23 Jul 1851 Clayton, Polk County, Wisconsin, USA 1

Child 4: Sarah E. AXTELL

Name: Sarah E. AXTELL 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: F. N. ROBINSON ( - )
Birth 1 Feb 1855 USA

Child 5: John Warren AXTELL

Name: John Warren AXTELL 1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Nellie M. HEATH ( - )
Birth 29 Dec 1855 Clayton, Polk County, Wisconsin, USA
Death 1919 (age 63-64) , , Minnesota, USA

Child 6: Helen R. AXTELL

Name: Helen R. AXTELL 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: James SAXE ( - )
Birth 17 Jul 1857 USA

Note on Husband: John AXTELL

b. April 23, 1818 at Peru, Mass., m. at New Sharon, Me., Emeline Berry Feb.

26, 1844. In 1846 he took his wife and child, and his household goods and

went by boat, railroad, Erie Canal, Great Lakes and ox-team through the

wilderness to northern Wis., and settled near Oshkosh, where his father and

six brothers were already living, "all of whom were honest, honorable men,

respected and looked up to by their neighbors," all had trades, good homes

and sufficient of this world's goods to take care of themselves through life.

John Axtell built a mill for the U.S. Government on Little Woolf River in

what is now Waupaca Co., for the Indians. His wife Emeline is said to have

been the first white woman to have set foot in what is now Waupaca County. He

died June 1, 1889 at New London, Wis.

Sources

1Daniel Gibson Axtell, "Axb45.ged" (File from www.axtellfamily.org).