Taken from "HISTORY OF ROCK COUNTY, Containing a History of Each County, its Early Settlement, Growth, etc...& Biographical Sketches." (c)1879
Western Hist. Co., p. 886.
LEVI INMAN, farmer, Secs. 16, 21 and 22; P.O. Clinton; born in Pennsylvania in 1829; came to Wisconsin in 1857, locating at Bradford, where he purchased
200 acres - his present homestead. Married in 1852, Miss Mary M. ROBINS, a native of New Jersey; they have had five children - Edward C., born Nov. 21,
1855; Frank, Feb. 8, 1858, died in February, 1865; Lizzie, born May 8, 1860; Rush G., May 11, 1866; Nettie, Oct. __, 1870. Mr. INMAN is considered one
of the most successful farmers of the county - raising both stock and grain; he has been Supervisor one year, and Town Clerk six years. Republican; family
members of the Congregational Church.