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. 

ELIJAH INMAN, farmer, Secs. 21 and 22; P.O. Clinton; born in Pennsylvania in 1824; came to Wisconsin May 6, 1853, locating in the town of Plymouth,
where he remained till 1863, when he moved to Bradford, and purchased 493 acres, his present homestead; he is considered one of the largest and most
successful farmers in the county; he is also a large property holder in Clinton, where he has two stores and a butcher shop, also two houses and lots and one and
one-half acres of residence property. Married, May 1, 1851, Miss Harriet BARNEY, a native of Pennsylvania; had six children - Milan B., born Sept. 13, 1854;
Ziba, Aug. 10, 1857, died July 27, 1862; Graizzie, born June 10, 1861; Bertha, Aug. 30, 1867; Shirley, May 13, 1870; John, Sept. 3, 1872. Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors one year; Side Supervisor two years, and member of the School Board for a number of years. Republican; member of the Methodist