Husband: Charles AYERS
Wife: Cynthia Snowball WOODRUFF
01 (M): Frank AYERS
Born: about 1852
02 (F): Mary AYERS
Born: about 1855
03 (F): Medora AYERS
Born: about 1857
Buried: Ramsey Cemetery, Polk Co. WI
He lived most of his adult life in Polk Co, WI In1870 he had two domestic servents living in his home. These were Ellen Anderson from Sweden, 30 years of age and Gale Eliza from Ireland, 21 years of age.
At an organizational metting of Farmintwon Twp. WI, on April 5, 1859, he was elected Clerk.
He was excommunicated from the Baptist Church in Osceola, WI.
In 1854 is started the first store in Farmington,WI. He had the store for 3 years.
In 1866 he started another store that was a prosperous business until Feb. 1876 when is was destroyed as the result of a fire. with a loss of $11,000.
In 1871 for one year, he owned a blacksmith shop
In 1877 he owned a farm equipment store in Farmington, WI
He was the first accessor for Farmington Township, WI
(Note by Richard Kretzschmar in 2006)
Cynthia Snowball WOODRUFF:
Buried: Ramsey Cemetery, Polk Co., WI
Her cause of death ws Tuberculosis. "After her wedding to Chartles, they left for St. Croix Valley. WI by ship on their honnymoon voyage with his parents and siblings. Charles and Cynthia embarked on their honnymoon voyage, skirting the Atlantic Coast, into the Gulf of Mexico and up the Missisippi to the Falls of the St. Croix, it tributary" Notes: From Grace Pearl Blooms Article "Backgrounding the Profiles" Osceola Sun May 28, 2003.
Revised: December 06, 2017
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