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Wisconsin Gold Star List – Clark County

Army Anthony, Rella, 22, Neillsville; pvt 329inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Dee 30, ’18. Baker, Earl E., 24, Owen; pvt 26inf; Soissons; kia Jy 22,’18. Banderob, Harry, 24, Thorp ; pvt 343inf ; overseas; dd (pneu) Sept 26, ’18. Beeckler, Rex C., 23, Granton ; pvt 130inf 330mgbn ; kia Oct 30, ’18. Bruckert, August F., 29, Withee; pvt 161depbrig; U.S.; dd (empyema) Nov 18,’18. Bruny, John, 20, Neillsville; WNG; pvt 1cl 128inf; overseas; dd (diph) Mch 11,’18. Buss, Fred, 24, Owen; pvt 1cl 343inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Oct 31, ’18. Castner, Glen Claven, 21, Loyal; unasgnd, Camp Nichols; dd (pneu) Nov 7, ’18. Cox, Aubrey, 19, Greenwood; pvt 128inf; 2Marne; dw Aug 5,’18. Cresap, Milton E., 29, Granton; pvt mgtngc, Camp Hancock; dd (influ) Oct 22, ’18. Dietrich, Bennie A., 24, Clark; pvt 111inf; Lorraine; kia Oct 28,’18. Ehlert, George William, 28, m, Clark; pvt mtrkco 42suptn; dd (pneu) Oct 4, ’18. Farning, Arthur, Greenwood; WNG; pvt 1cl 128inf; dd (meas) Apr 8, ’18. Firnstahl, Raymond M., 24, Colby ; pvt 38inf ; Meuse-Argonne, defsec; kia Oct 9,’18. Garbisch, Adolph, 29, Neillsville; pvt fremsq; overseas; d (suicide by drowning) Aug 22, ’19. Gullickson, Nels, 31, Neillsville; pvt 11inf; Verdun sec; kia Nov 7, ’18. Hall, John L., 21, Granton; pvt 1cl 128inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Apr 6, ’18. Halle, Arnold E., 23, Greenwood; pvt rplgr MD, Camp Greenleaf, Ga.;...

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Juve, Maurice Norman – Obituary

Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon Maurice Norman Juve, 74, died at his home in Salem, 668 Salem Heights So., on July 10, 1980. He had spent his childhood in Enterprise High School. He was born on July 14, 1905, in Nellsville, Wis. A graduate of Oregon State University, he was employed by the Oregon State Highway Department for over 30 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Oregon Association of Civil Engineers. Survivors include his wife, Mary-Emma; a daughter, A. Gayle Juve Nelson; a son Gordon Miller Juve; a stepson, Bob Julian Thruston; and five grandchildren. He is also survived by three brothers, Henrik, Arnold and Leo Juve, and one stepsister, Helen B. Lilly. Two brothers, Ted and Olaf, preceded him in death. Contributed by: Sue...

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Juve, Maurice Norman – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Murice Norman Juve, 74, died at his home in Salem, 668 Salem Heights So., on July 10, 1980. He had spent his childhood in Enterprise and was a graduate of Enterprise High School. He was born on July 14, 1905, in Neillsville, Wis. A graduate of Oregon State University, he was employed by the Oregon State Highway Department for over 30 years, retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Oregon Association of Civil Engineers. Survivors include his wife, Mary Emma; a daughter, A. Gayle Juve Nelson; a son Gordon Miller Juve; a step-son, Bob Julian Thruston; and five grandchildren. He is also survived by three brothers, Henrik, Arnold and Leo Juve, and one step-sister, Helen B. Lilly. Two brothers, Tad and Olaf, preceded him in death. The family suggested that contributions in his memory be made to the Salem Hospital Foundation, Diabetes Research Fund, 665 Winters St., S.E. Salem OR 97301. Wallowa County Chieftain, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday July 17,...

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Clark County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records

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. Clark County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Clark County USGenWeb Archives Project Dorchester Memorial Cemetery Town of Grant Cemetery Town of Weston West Cemetery Abbotsford Cemetery Colby Cemetery St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Hosted at Clark County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Town of Sherwood Cemetery...

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Biography of Hon. Robert F. Sturdevant

HON. ROBERT F. STURDEVANT. – Mr. Sturdevant is known as the pioneer lawyer of Dayton, Washington, and is one of its most enterprising citizens. His birthplace was Warren county, Pennsylvania; and the date was November 18, 1841. About eighteen months after that important event in his history, his parents moved to Iowa, and settled in Lee county. There they remained until 1854, when they removed to Clark county, Wisconsin. There Robert attended school, and in 1860 began the study of law. He was engaged in professional study and practice till 1873, when, in company with his father and mother and wife, he came to Washington Territory. Their first home was at Olympia. The parents returned to Wisconsin the next year; and Mr. Sturdevant with his family removed to Dayton. There was no lawyer in the city at that time; and Sturdevant’s was the first attorney’s sign. In 1875 Columbia county chose the pioneer lawyer her probate judge, thus making him the pioneer at the bench as well as at the bar. In 1878 he was elected prosecuting attorney on the Republican ticket, for the first judicial district of the territory. He served in that office for two years. He has also served as mayor of Dayton, and was a member of the constitutional convention of Washington Territory. Always ready to forward the interests of Dayton, he has used his...

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