Pioneering Families
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  J. L. DRYER, farmer, Sec. 33; has 200 acres; was born in Madison Co., N.Y., March 3, 1830; came to Sauk Co. in August, 1865, and located on his present farm at that time. He married Oct. 23, 1856, to Miss Adaline Richardson; she was born in Tioga Co., N.Y.; they have seven children–Helen J., Eta J., Bertha J., John W., Grant, Eva and George. In politics, Mr. Dryer is a Republican.

Source: The History of Sauk County, Wisconsin. Chicago: Western Historical Society, 1880, p. 746.

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