William Bruce Leffingwell, second son of Hon. William Edward Leffingwell (149) and Celinda Walrod, was born in Clinton Co., Iowa, April 6, 1850, and was living in Chicago in 1896. He was educated at the State University, at Iowa City; admitted to practice law in 1872, and was County Clerk of Clinton Co. from 1874 to 1878. For many years, Mr. Lef-fingwell has given attention to literature, and on the subject of "Field Sports" is regarded as one of the best living authorities, ? some of his books having been reprinted in England, and there most favorably reviewed. Among his works are "Wild Fowl Shooting"; "Shooting on Upland", "Marsh and Stream"; "The Art of Wing Shooting"; "Hunt-ing and Fishing along the Northwestern Line"; "The Happy Hunting Grounds of the South"; "Manulito"; etc. He married Dec. 16, 1874, Ann Eliza Wallace of Sterling, Ill.
SOURCE- LEFFINGTON REGISTER, AURORA, NEW YORK, LEFFINGWELL PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1897
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