From the “History of Dane County, Wiscosnsin-1880” there is a biographical sketch under the ‘Town of Primrose’ for Gool G. Gunhus, Secs. 31 and 30; P.O. Primrose; born March 30, 1836, in Buskeruds, Amt Aggershuus Stift, Norway; his father, Gonder, died in Norway, and his mother married E. Erikson, came to America with her son in 1849. He resided on Jefferson Prairie, Wis., until 1854, when he came to Primrose and bought of the United States 80 acres of his farm; his brother was a partner, but G.G. bought him out and now owns over 329 acres –80 acres in Perry. He married, June 8, 1862, Julia Lewis, born Feb. 6, 1841, in Voss, Bergen Stift, Norway; they have two children --- Clara T. and George B., both born on the Primrose farm. Here has built a 30x50x18 basement barn, and, in 1873, the best farmhouse in Primrose; it is 22x34, two stories, and is a spacious and pleasant home for the man who began like in Rock Co., Wis., at $3 per month as a farm hand. Himself and wife belong to the Hauges Synod Lutheran Church; is a Republican.