When he was 26, Edwin and four friends followed the lure of the California gold rush and took a ship through Panama and back. When he returned (with one nugget), Edwin married a lady named Ms. Whittlesey, with whom he had a son, George Williams Freese. At age 47, they moved to Michigan, where Edwin founded the town of Clinton, Michigan in 1870 and opened his dry goods store. Most of his adult life, he ran the dry goods store. He died there at the age of 92.
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