Lulloff, August







----Source: HISTORY OF CLARK COUNTY, 1918, pg. 282


August Lulloff


August Lulloff, an early settler in Green Grove Township, now living in Colby, was born in Sheboygan County, Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lulloff. He became a farmer, and coming to Clark County in 1878, bought 160 acres of land in Green Grove Township, where he built a log cabin and began breaking and clearing his land with an ox team in true pioneer fashion. He had to carry supplies on his back from Colby, coming through the woods, as no roads were then open. In course of time he developed a good farm, residing there until June, 1906, when he and his wife removed to Colby, where both are living. Of late years, to keep occupied, he has been engaged in bee culture. While farming he raised Guernsey and Durham cattle, milking about fifteen cows. For years he served in the office of assessor when Colby and Green Grove were one township. He was also for a number of years a member of the local school board. In politics he is a Republican. He and his wife, whose maiden name was Louisa Grambort, had a family of four children: Ferdinand W., a merchant of Colby Bertha, now Mrs. Fred Dipping, of Chicago Adolph F., a partner with his brother, Ferdinand, and Alin, who now reside in Jerome, Arizona.




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