Willis & Louisa Lasuer
Weston, Clark County, Wisconsin
Willis Lasuer was born in Pennsylvania in 1828. Both of his parents were natives of Vermont. He is on the 1875 Wisconsin State Census for Weston Township, Clark County, Wisconsin. His household had 2 males and 2 females at that time. He is also in the 1874 Treasurer's Ledger for Weston Township because he and Louisa were paid $8.00 for boarding the local school teacher in 1874.
|1880 Federal Census--Precinct 3, Springdale, Valley, Nebraska|
|Name||Relation||M/S/D/W||Sex||Race||Age||Nativity||Occupation||Father's Nativity||Mother's Nativity|
|Louisa Lasuer||Wife||M||Female||White||48||New York||Keeping House||New York||New York|
Willis Lasure fought in the Civil War, serving as a private with Company E. the Union Cavalry for the 2nd Wisconsin Regiment which was organized at Milwaukee, December 30, 1861 to March 10, 1862.
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