Army Arnold, Orville L., 41, m, Sparta; WNG; capt 128inf ; kia Oct 7, ’18. Bell, Otto L., 22, Tomah; WNG; mec 121mgbn; Roncheres, Fismes, Cierges, Bellevue Farm, Juvigny, Beaumont Farm, Alsace, defsec; dd (mening) Sept 25, ’18. Betthauser, Otto L., 23, Tomah ; pvt 33co Camp MacArthur Sept rpldrft; overseas; dd (pneu) Oct 9,
The profession of the law, when clothed with its true dignity and purity, and strength, must rank first among the callings of men, for law rules the universe. The work of the legal profession is to formulate, to harmonize, to regulate, to adjust, to administer those rules and principles that underlie and permeate all government
Charles Todd7, (Charles6, Dan5, Charles4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Sept. 30, 1837, married Dec. 23, 1858, Sarah E. Beck, who died Aug. 31, 1903. He is living now (1911) in Wilton, Wis. Children: *1755. Celeste M., b. Oct. 9, 1859. 1756. William E., b. March 21, 1860.
Captain C. C. Miller is one of the early settlers of Riverside and has for fifteen years been identified with its growth and improvement. He is a native of Oneida County, New York, dating his birth in 1824. His parents were Chancy and Alice (Reney) Miller, both natives of that county. His grandfather, Grant Miller,
Wisconsin Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Wisconsin county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Monroe County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Monroe County USGenWeb Archives Project Aney Cemetery
CAPTAIN J.D. DAMMON. – This pioneer of the Kittitass valley was born in Seabeck, Maine, June 22, 1825. In 1843 he removed to Wisconsin, then a territory, living in Dane and Monroe counties. In the spring of 1859, he went with others to Colorado. Denver was then a small place of a few tents and