Bio: St. Amour, Ulric S. (History - b 1837)

Poster: Crystal Wendt


Surnames: St. Amour, Edwards, Cormier

---Transcribed from pages 438-450 "History of Northern Wisconsin" - Biographical Sketches

Ulric S. St. Amour, principal clerk in dry goods store of T. B. Scott, Merrill. He first settled in Grand Rapids, August, 1856. He went to Minnesota in 1859, and remained until 1861. He then clerked in a store until December, 1864, at which time he enlisted in Co. B., 46th Regt. Wis. Vol. Inf., served one year, and was mustered out at Nashville, Tenn. He returned to Grand Rapids, and worked for John Edwards & Co., where he remained two years. From there he went to Montreal, Canada, where he went into business for himself, in the mercantile trade, and remained but a short time. Returned to Grand Rapids, where he stayed a greater share of the time, though he went to Dakota Territory, and took up a homestead, returning to Grand Rapids, where he remained until he came to Merrill. He was born in St. Paul, Canada East, Aug. 20, 1837. He was married in Henderson, Sibley Co., Minn., Oct. 8, 1857, to Christie Cormier, born in St. Charles, Canada East, June, 1841. They have three children Albert C., Oswald H. and Delia C.



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