Bio: Jacques, George Lander & Barbara Schwinn

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

 

Surnames: Bott, Hamilton, Jacques, Schwinn, Spalding

 

----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner News Clips, Federal Census Records; Burns Herald v. 13 no. 40 October 14, 1920, page 3; Wood County reporter, July 16, 1914; Ladysmith news-budget, January 28, 1921; Family Records

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

George Lander Jacques (1862-  )

 

George L. Jacques, starting in 1898, served Clark County as county judge in 1906, returning to private law practice.  Jacques was born at Delafield, Wis., in 1862.  In 1874, the family moved to Calumet county later to Spencer and finally to Neillsville.

 

Judge Jacques attended the high school at Chilton and the Whitewater Normal. For some time, he taught school at Greenwood, after which he came to Neillsville, then decided to enter the practice of law by entering Judge O'Neill's office. He was admitted to practice in 1885. Although his was in general law practice, he had considerable local tax title litigation work. Other than his law practice, he was an active member of the Co. A 3d Wis. National Guard and the state sharpshooters tem. He held offices of Chairman of Clark Co., Rep. Committee, Chairman of 5th Senatorial District, City Attorney of Neillsville and District Attorney of Clark County.

 

                Greenwood Gleaner, Feb. 16, 1900
 

 

----Source: Burns Herald v. 13 no. 40; October 14, 1920, page 3

 

----Source: Wood County reporter, July 16, 1914

----Source: Ladysmith news-budget, January 28, 1921

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Marriage Record

Schwinn, Barbara (Marriage - 9 Nov 1885)


Married, at the depot at Genesee, Waukesha County, Nov. 9, 1885, at 8 o'clock a.m., by Rev. Father Jones, Mr. Geo. L. Jacque, of this city, to Miss Barbara Schwinn, daughter of the late George Schwinn, of Genesee.

We congratulate our worthy friend Jacque, and welcome him to the Benedictine ranks, where all good men and true should be found. May your future life be as long and happy as the imagination can paint.

Groom: Geo. L. Jacques
Event Date: 09 Nov 1885
Event Place: , Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male
Father's Name: Geo. L. Jacques
Mother's Name: Anna M. Spalding
Bride: Barbara Schwinn
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Father's Name: George Schwinn
Spouse's Mother's Name: Mary Bott

News Clips

Mr. Jacques of Hewett received a consignment of 160 sheep from Chicago Monday, for his sheep farm to be added to the flock he and his son, Geo. L. Jacques of this city, already own.  These sheep are fine ones and were bought at Chicago, for 3 cents a pound while the ruling price here is 4 cents.

 

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Geo. L. Jacques and wife to Cl H. Hamilton, se 1/4 sec. 6, township 23, range 1 east. $794.52. Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., 23 Jun 1911

 

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1900 Federal Census, ED 28 Neillsville city Ward 1-3, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, page: 6; sheet letter: A

 

George Jacques, white, married male
birth date: Jan 1862 in Wisconsin
father's birthplace: New York
mother's birthplace: Wisconsin
years married: 14
estimated marriage year: 1886

Household Members
Head: George Jacques M 38 Wisconsin
Wife: Barbara Jacques F 40 (Oct 1860, New York); both parents b. NY. mother of 4 children-3 living.
Son: Willie Jacques M 12 (Nov 1888) Wisconsin
Daughter: Margie Jacques F 8 (Sep 1892) Wisconsin
Son: James Jacques M 6 (Dec 1894) Wisconsin

 

1910 Neillsville Ward 1, Clark, Wisconsin

 

George L Jacques
birthplace: Wisconsin
White, Married, Male
Father's birthplace: Canada
Mother's birthplace: Wisconsin
Family #142
Page #8
Household Members
Head: George L Jacques M 48y (1862) Wisconsin
Spouse: Barbara Jacques F 49y New York
Son: William H Jacques M 21y Wisconsin
Daughter: Marjorie N Jacques F 17y Wisconsin
Son: James T Jacques M 15y Wisconsin
Ester Ormond F 16y Wisconsin

 

1940 Federal Census, Ward 4, Milwaukee, Milwaukee City, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

George Jacques, 78 yrs. (1862, Wisconsin), married, white, male.
residence in 1935: Same Place
Enumeration district #72-73
Family number: 632, sheet number and letter: 23A, line number: 13

Household Members
Head: George Jacques M 78 Wisconsin
Wife: Barbara Jacques F 79 New York

Obit: Jacques, George Lander (30 Jan 1862 - 1950)

----Source: Family

George Lander Jacques
Birth: 30 Jan 1862; Delafield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA
Death: 1950 (aged 8788)
Cemetery: Saint Paul's Cemetery, Genesee, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, USA

 

 


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