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Keen and accurate in his preceptions, possessing the judicial ability which implies intuitive wisdom, he has steadily worked his way upward from the poor country lad, dependent upon his own resources, to a high position in the legal fraternity, in the meantime, by close application to his work and to the opportunities afforded him, has acquired well deserved wealth and fame.

Born and reared in County Waterford, Ireland, Captain James Flannigan was for many years engaged in mining in the old country. Emigrating to the United States in the "forties," he located at Ontonagon, becoming one of the pioneers of the Upper Peninsula, and one of the very first to mine copper in this region.

He was subsequently joined by his wife and their four children, who came over from Ireland in a sailing vessel. After a few years he was made captain of the Forest, now the Victoria Mine, and retained that position as long as he was able to work. On retiring from active pursuits, he removed with his family to Marquette, and there resided until his death, at the age of seventy-six years. To them thirteen children were born, ten sons and three daughters.

Flannigan acquired his knowledge of the three "r's" in the pioneer log schoolhouse in Ontonagon county. Removing with his parents to Marquette when eleven years old, he soon found employment as checking clerk and bell boy at the scales of the Marquette, Houghton and Ontonagon Railroad, subsequently being transferred to the ore docks.

Work there being discontinued every Fall, he attended the ward school three winters, making substantial advancement in his education.

Desirous, however, of earning wages every month in the year, Richard applied to the company for such a position, but the only place it could offer him was that of assistant, While considering the Company's proposition, he was offered a situation in a lawyer's office at the same salary, and accepted it, as it enabled him to live at home.

Becoming interested in legal subjects, he eagerly availed himself of the opportunity afforded him for study, and began reading law in the office of his employers, Parkes and Hayden. At the end of four years Mr. Flannigan entered the law department of the University of Michigan, and continued his studies there for a year.

His funds being then exhausted, he returned to Marquette, entered the law office of M. Maynard, and at the age of twenty-one years applied to the Circuit Court at Marquette, for admission to the bar, his plea being granted.

Immediately beginning the practice of his profession at Marquette, Mr. Flannigan remained there until , when he located in Norway. Successful from the first, he was ere long doing business for various corporations, eventually being retained by the more important mining corporations of the Range.

As an attorney he gained a wide reputation in criminal practice, being especially strong in jury trials. Since abandoning that branch of practice, he has been very active and prominent as a business lawyer, handling extensive business transactions, representing organizations that have large and important financial interests.

Judge Flannigan married in The Judge and Mrs. Flannigan have one child, Clement Flannigan, now a student in the University of Michigan. Until Judge Flannigan was a Democrat in politics, but being opposed to the coinage of free silver he then joined the Republican party, with which he has since been affiliated. He has the distinction of having served as the first mayor of Norway, and was for eighteen years a member of the Norway School Board, serving as president until appointed Judge.

When, on the election of Judge Stone to the Supreme Bench, he was tendered the position of Circuit Judge, he accepted, having been unanimously nominated as candidate in both the Republican and Democratic caucus. Success is methodical and conservative and however much we may indulge in fantastic theorization as to the elements and causation in any isolated instance, in the light of sober investigation we shall find such success to be the result of the determined application of one's abilities and powers along the rigidly defined lines of labor-whether mental or manual.

He whose name introduces this article has undoubtedly done more than any other one man to further the industrial and commercial prestige, as well as the material attractiveness, of the city of Menominee, where his hand has guided, with all of discrimination and admirable initiative and administrative power, industrial enterprises of great scope and magnitude.

While this brief sketch, whose limitations are necessarily circumscribed, cannot enter into details as to the various. He is one of the most progressive and public-spirited citizens that the Upper Peninsula can claim and his name represents a power in connection with business and civic affairs, besides which he has so ordered his course as to command at all times the unqualified confidence and esteem of his fellow-men. Cook finds no small meed of satisfaction in reverting to the great western metropolis of Chicago as the place of his nativity.

There he was born on the 21st of August, , and he is a son of Charles W. Charles Willard Cook was born at Haddam, Connecticut, in , and was a scion of the sterling family founded in New England in the Colonial epoch of our national history. He passed the closing years of his life at Odebolt, Sac county, Iowa, dying in , at which time he was sixty-eight years of age.

The cherished and devoted wife was born in Albany, New York, in which city their marriage was solemnized, and she was thirty-three years of age at the time of her demise. Of the five children of this union, three are now living, of whom the eldest is Charles I. Carpenter, who resides in the city of Chicago. Charles Willard Cook, father of the subject of this sketch, was a son of Willard and Abigail Cook, and was thirteen years of age at the time of the family removal from Connecticut to the west, in They first located at Libertyville, Illinois, and about three years later removed to Chicago, where Willard Cook erected the first brick house on what is now the West side of the great metropolis.

IIe became a citizen of much prominence and influence and was one of the representative pioneer business men of Chicago. His son, Charles Willard Cook, received his educational training in the schools of Chicago and as a young man identified himself closely with business interests in that city. IHe was the first to establish there a real-estate loan business and also conducted large operations in the handling of city and farm property, becoming one of the most important factors in connection with these lines of enterprise, through which he gained a substantial fortune.

He retired from active business in the early seventies and thereafter gave his attention principally to the supervision of his extensive capitalistic interests. Both he and his wife are devoted members of the Congregational church. Cook is indebted to the public schools of Chicago for his early educational discipline, which included a course in the high school, and at the age of seventeen years he went to Iowa, where his father had secured large tracts of land, and turned his attention to agricultural pursuits, finding due measure of satisfaction in the radical change from metropolitan to rural life.

Later he became an extensive dealer in farm lands, and in this connection handled properties in all sections of the state of Iowa, meanwhile maintaining his home in Odebolt, Sac county, where occurred the death of his father, as already noted in this context. While a resident of the Hawkeye state Mr. Cook gained the same worthy precedence now enjoyed by his brother in that he owned and conducted the largest farm in the state, devoting same to diversi.

Finally the business was incorporated under the title of the CarpenterCook Company and of the same Mr. Cook has been the executive head, besides which he practically owns the controlling stock. This is one of the most important commercial concerns of the Upper Peninsula and its facilities and equipment are of the best metropolitan type. The company controls an extensive trade throughout northern Michigan and Wisconsin, and its annual transactions represent a large aggregate.

This company has developed its business to a point which makes it one of the leading industries of Menominee and one that has a most beneficent influence in conserving the prosperity of the community, owing alike to the large number of employes retained and to the large amount of cash paid out to farmers.

The factory has unexcelled facilities for the preserving and canning of fruits and vegetables and its products have been introduced and found ready demand in the most diverse sections of the Union.

The concern controls an especially large trade throughout the northwest and its business permeates through the Pacific coast states. The initiative power and enterprising spirit of Mr.

Cook have led him to identify himself with many industrial undertakings in Menominee and his interposition has invariably begotten definite success. Cook is also owner of the Menominee Opera House, a fine place of entertainment, and through his personal efforts have been secured many of the best attractions that customarily are to be seen only in metropolitan centres. He is a member of the directorate of the First National Bank of Menominee and he is owner of the Pine Hill farm, one of the best improved and most valuable landed estates of the kind in this section of Michigan.

On this place, which is about three miles distant from Menominee, he has a most attractive summer home which, like his city residence, is the centre of gracious hospitality. He also owns what is known as the Nine-mile farm and he finds much of pleasure and satisfaction in supervising this fine landed estate, which has an aggregate area of fully thirty-five hundred acres. This property he purchased of the late Samuel MI. Cook is a firm believer in the generic principles of the Republican party, although in local affairs he maintains an independent attitude and gives his support to men and measures meeting the approval of his judgment, irrespective of partisan lines.

His political independence was further shown in the fact that he cast his first presidential vote for the Honorable Grover Cleveland, of whom he was a great admirer. Cook to Miss Elizabeth Patterson Carpenter, who was born in the village of Pike, Wyoming county, New York, and who was an infant at the time of her mother's death. She was adopted by the late William O. Carpenter, who became a prominent and influential citizen of Chicago and later of Menominee, and who was extensively concerned in the great lumber industry in northern Michigan for many years.

Carpenter was born in the old Empire state of the Union, where he was reared and educated, and as a young man he located in Chicago, whence he later removed to Menominee, where he had large real-estate and capitalistic interests and where he continued to reside until his death.

Cook is a popular figure in connection with the best social activities of her home city and is a woman of most gracious personality. Cook have two fine sons,-Charles I. In conclusion of the sketch is consistently entered the following appreciative estimate that appeared in the Daily HeraldLeader of Menominee and which affords an idea of the status which Mr. Cook holds in the city to whose advancement he has contributed in a liberal measure.

Cook has certainly been the largest individual factor in the creation of new enterprises for the city of Menominee and vicinity. It is said that the factories and other industries under his supervision have a weekly pay roll of at least fifteen hundred names. Besides those employed at the wholesale house, his factories and his farms, Mr. Cook has in his employ, year in and year out, regular crews of carpenters, paper-hangers, painters, plumbers and other workmen.

Cook is a man whom it is at all times a pleasure to meet, broad in his ideas, conservative in his views, and public-spirited in the largest sense of the word. His business genius has been a persistent factor in the upbuilding of Menominee and the Upper Peninsula, and the hundreds of men and women who have been given their first chance in the splendid concerns with which he is identified have been able to start in the right way and have acquired experience in business and industrial pursuits which will be of lasting benefit to them and assures them of successful careers.

The influence of Mr. Cook is conspicuous in Menominee not only in business and industrial circles but also from social and artistic standpoints. He occupies one of the most beautiful homes in Menominee and in a man of large hearted but most unostentatious charity.

The Menominee Opera House is his personal property, and under his direction many of America's most eminent actors are secured for this city. Whenever there is an enterprise on foot which has as its object the benefit of this city, Charles I. Cook is sure to be counted among those present, and, more than this, he is one of the men who will stay with it, and whose ability and shrewdness will contribute in no small degree to making it a success.

John Vaughan was born, in , in County Kerry, Ireland, where he spent the first few years of his life. Emigrating to this country, he. He subsequently lived for a time in the east, first in the Empire state and later in Massachusetts. Coming then to Michigan, he located first in Ishpeming and later at Negaunee, where he worked in the iron mines until Changing his occupation, he dealt extensively in live stock until , and from that time until his death, May 18, , lived retired from active business.

He married, in New York state, Johanna Nolan, who was born, in , in County Kerry, Ireland, and they became the parents of ten children, five of whom survive, as follows: The father was a Republican in politics, a member of the Roman Catholic church, and belonged to the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

But six months old when his parents removed to Negaunee, Michigan, Daniel Vaughan was there reared and educated. Brought up to habits of industry and thrift, he began his railway work when but thirteen years old by carrying water for a construction crew.

He afterward worked as an errand boy at the Lillie Mine, where later he became what is called a lander. He was subsequently put to firing an engine, and later given charge of a stationary engine at the same mine. Vaughan secured a position as lander at the Cambray Mine, where he was later engineer until August 20, Entering then the employ of the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway Company, he was first switchman at the Ishpeming yards, later being made engine foreman and afterward a freight brakeman.

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