Singstock, H. D. (History - 1881)


Janet Schwarze




----Source: 1918 History of Clark County, Wisconsin

H. D. SINGSTOCK, who is carrying on a good farming business in Section 7, Colby Township, was born in Waupaca County, Wis., May 3, 1881, son of Ferdinand and Caroline Singstock. His parents came to the United States from Germany in 1871, locating in Winnebago County, Wis., later removing to Waupaca County, Ferdinand coming to Clark County in 1901. Here he bought ninety acres of land ready for the plow, with twenty acres ready to stump. His wife had died in 1900 in Waupaca County, but he still survives and is now a resident of Oshkosh, Wis. Seven of their children are now living. H. D. Singstock took charge of this farm in 1905. It now contains 200 acres, of which, in 1916, he had forty-five acres planted in hay, thirty in oats, five in corn and five in barley, with a little rye. He keeps graded Holstein cattle, milking twenty cows, and also raises some hogs, doing a successful business in the various branches of agriculture that he follows. He has served as township supervisor for six years, and as school clerk four years.


Mr. Singstock was married May 10, 1905, to Lena Hess. Her parents, who came to Clark County in 1891, are now residing at Watertown, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Singstock have three children--Arnold, Oscar and Harold.



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