Wisconsin Gold Star List – Dane County

Army Anderson, A. H., 27., Stoughton ; SATC UW ; dd (pneu) Oct 9, ’18. Baker, Francis, 21, Stoughton; pvt rpl&tngcntr, Camp MacArthur; dd (pneu) Jan 15,’19. Bakken, Wilbur, 20, Madison; pvt AS Flying Schl, Barron Field; dd (pneu) Dec 9,’18.. Berge, Willard Melancthon, 22, Cambridge; pvt 127inf; Alsace, Chateau Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; dw Oct



Biography of Bradford Norbury

BRADFORD NORBURY. Bradford Norbury has made his home in Greene County, Missouri, since 1862, and has become widely and favorably known to its citizens. He owes his nativity to Dane County, Wisconsin, where he was born February 5, 1835, a son of Thomas E. and Anna (Dickson) Norbury, the former of whom was born in



Biography of Judge W. I. Wallace

JUDGE W. I. WALLACE. Biography should be written for the sake of its lessons; that men everywhere may place themselves in contact with facts and affairs, and build themselves up to and into a life of excellence, where they may keep and augment their individuality. For this reason a sketch of Judge W. I. Wallace



Biography of Lemuel C. Neal

A representative of the mercantile interests of Lewiston, Lemuel C. Neal is engaged in the furniture and undertaking business and is a most energetic, enterprising man, whose success comes to him as the reward of his well directed efforts, and is therefore justly deserved. He is native of Wisconsin, his birth having occurred at Sun



Biography of John L. Chapman

John L. Chapman, the postmaster and city treasurer of Lewiston, is a native of Wisconsin, his birth having occurred in Evansville, Rock County, that state, on the 27th of December 1850. He is a representative of one of the old American families. His father, Timothy S. Chapman, was a native of New York, and married



Biographical Sketch of Thomas H. Garry

Garry, Thomas H.; lawyer; born, Stratford, Ont., 1868; graduated, University of Wisconsin, class of 1893; married, Cleveland, Jessie Graham; one daughter, Margaret; Asst. United States Atty. Northern District of Ohio, 1904-1910; member law firm Goulder, Day, White & Garry; trustee St. Luke’s Hospital Ass’n; member Athletic Club.



Arney, Sally G.

Sally G. Arney died in Portland Feb. 13, 1981. The daughter of Lelah and the late Dr. A. J. Hockett, she was born in Madison, Wisconsin, Nov. 26, 1935. She is survived by her husband Douglas Arney, her mother Lelah Hockett of Portland; sons John Beaudoin of California, Steve Beaudoin of Portland and Wade C.



Olin, John Turner – Obituary

At the residence of his son, C. F. [Charles Forrest] Olin, in the town of Washington, on Dec. 1, 1900, occurred the death of John Turner Olin at the age of 63 years, 10 months and 2 days. The deceased had suffered for some months from a complication of disease, an apoplectic stroke being the



Biography of Charles J. Perkins

Charles J. Perkins, attorney-at-law and an active member of the Southern California bar, came to the State in 1883, and the following year located in practice in San Bernardino. He was born in the Empire State in 1856, but his father, F. J. Perkins, moved with his family from New York to Illinois in the



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