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Simeon Mills

Simeon Mills

American politician
Simeon Mills
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Intro American politician
Was Judge Politician Justice of the Peace
From United States of America
Type Law Politics
Gender male
Birth 14 February 1810, Norfolk
Death 1 June 1895, Madison (aged 85 years)
Simeon Mills
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Simeon Mills was a Democratic member of the Wisconsin State Senate from Dane County in the 1st Wisconsin Legislature. He introduced the bill which became the charter for the University of Wisconsin.


Mills was born in 1810. He moved to Madison, Wisconsin in 1837. Mills died in 1895.


His former home, known as the Simeon Mills House or "Elmside", was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. The structure, now a multi-family residence, suffered $100,000 in damage in a fire June 21, 2012.


Prior to serving in the Senate, Mills was Treasurer of the Wisconsin Territory, President of Madison, and a Justice of the Peace.

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