Enos Cooley

Enos Cooley began life in the wilderness on a cash capital of six cents. He located near the lake shore, erecting his cabin there. He subsequently removed to a permanent location on the North Ridge and Baumhart where he resided until his death in 1847. Two of his children were well known in the township. They are Moses and Chester A. The latter owned and operated at Bacon’s Corners the only cheese factory in town.

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