Bio: Begley, G. B. (History - 1854)
Contact: Janet Schwarze
Surnames: BEGLEY BROWN CARPENTER
----Source: 1881 HISTORY OF NORTHERN WI,
Chicago: The Western Historical Company, A. T. Andreas, Proprietor
(grammar as is), Pg. 247
G. B. BEGLEY, son of W. H. Begley, P. O. Greenwood. Was born in Western Canada in 1854 came to Greenwood with his family in 1869. His father was a lumberman, and in 1870, built the first part of his hotel, and put on the last addition in 1871. In 1879, he went to the Black Hills, where he remains, leaving G. B. to look after the property. Since coming here, to Greenwood, he has been engaged about the hotel except when he clerked for B. F. Brown. On this occasion his health failed and he took a trip to the mountains. Coming home with restored health, he clerked for Warner, and is now engaged in refitting the hotel. George B. has one brother: Thomas R., and a sister: Eliza, now Mrs. E. H. Carpenter. Mr. B. is a member of the Masonic fraternity.
BEGLEY BROWN CARPENTER
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