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THE FAY FAMILY HOMEPAGE

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FAY BIOGRAPHIES
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WHO IT IS
FAY, C. B. (In bios of KEWAUNEE Co, WI).

Farmer, Section 9, P. O. Ahnapee [Kewaunee County]; is a native of Warren County, New York; came to Chicago in 1865, then to Little Sturgeon, Wisconsin, where he had general charge of Mr. GARDNER's business. Held this position four years. In 1869, removed to Menominee Michigan. Was employed as bookkeeper for LUDINGTON, WELLS & VAN SCHAACK Company for about two years. He was also agent for the Goodrich steamers. Afterward engaged in the mill business. In 1872, came to Kewaunee County. He, with Mr. DECKER, built the pier and carried on a general store, doing a business of over $50,000 a year. This store and pier has since been abandoned. He now owns his farm where he resides, consisting of 160 acres land. Mr. FAY has held the office of Circuit Court Commissioner.
The History of Northern Wisconsin, Vol I. Chicago: Western Historical Pub. Co., 1881, p 437
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