Menzus R. Bump
Menzus Raynard Bump (May 28, 1838 – May 6, 1913) was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
During the American Civil War, Bump served in the 25th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment of the Union Army. Engagements he took part in include the Battle of Resaca of the Atlanta Campaign. He achieved the rank of first sergeant.
Bump married Elma A. Crocker on November 1, 1868 in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin. They had three children. Bump was designated postmaster of Caryville, Wisconsin in 1882. Bump died on May 6, 1913 in Spokane, Washington.
Bump was a member of the Assembly in 1879. Additionally, he was Chairman of the Board of Rock Creek. He was a Republican.