Henry Totten

Henry "Hank" Totten (September 2, 1824 - October 24, 1899) was an American businessman and politician.

Born in Congress Township, Wayne County, Ohio, Totten moved to Barton, Washington County, Wisconsin Territory in 1846. He then settled in Waukesha, Wisconsin and was a merchant. He served as sealer of weights and measurements. In 1870, Totten served in the Wisconsin State Assembly and was a Democrat. In 1879, Totten moved to Chicago, Illinois and worked for a wholesale business. He then settled in Winnetka, Illinois. Totten died in Winnetka, Illinois after suffering from a long illness.[1][2]

Notes

  1. ^ 'The Legislative Manual of the State of Wisconsin 1870,' Biographical Sketch of Henry Totten, pg. 370
  2. ^ 'Henry Totten-obituary,' Milwaukee Weekly Wisconsin, October 28, 1899, pg. 4

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