Charles M. Nelson

by Laurel | February 9th, 2007

[Adapted from the Appleton (Wisconsin) Post-Crescent, 12 February 1929.]

NEENAH.—Charles M. Nelson, 58, former resident here and at one time superintendent of the Neenah Paper company’s mill, died last Thursday at Holyoke, Mass., according to word received here Monday. He was born at Copenhagen, Denmark, and came to Neenah when he was three years of age. He started as a papermaker when 13 years of age and advanced until he had held the position of superintendent of some of the larger mills in the country. Surviving are the widow; one son, John Nelson; and one brother, Chris Nelson, formerly og Neenah, now of Manitowoc. Burial was at Holyoke.

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