Location: Green Lake County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Green Lake County

Army Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now Abendroth, Franklin L., 24, Markesan; bglr 127inf; Alsace, Chateau Thierry, Soissons, Verdun; kia Oct 19, ’18. Albrecht, Herbert William, 21, Berlin; sgt 128inf; Dravegny, Juvigny; kia Aug 31,’18. Angle, Roscoe L., 27, Berlin; pvt 354inf; overseas; dd (pneu after being gassed) Nov 3,’18. Babick, Tony T., 23, Berlin; WNG; pvt l6inf; w May 5; kia Jy 18, ’18. Broder, William T., 22, Markesan; pvt 344inf; Heurne; dw Dec 1, ’18. Chapa, Louis C., 24, Berlin; pvt MD 12sntn; U. S.; dd (pneu) Sept 24, ’18. Chapel, J. M., 31, m, Green Lake; pvt 3rctbn rctcmp, Syracuse, N. Y.; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 10, ’18. Cole, Harvey R., 31, Green Lake; pvt 307inf; Oise-Aisne, MeuseArgonne, defsec; kia Oct 7, ’18. Crump, Reed S., 20, Berlin; WNG ; pvt 16inf ; kia Jy 20, ’18. Dal Santo, Joseph, 27, Berlin; pvt 27rctco genservinf, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. ; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 13, ’18. Dille, Oda Marvel, 26, Markesan; pvt...

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Biography of Edward R. Callender

Edward R. Callender, proprietor of the Callender Printing Company of Kansas City, Kansas, had lived in this state for over thirty-five years and for a quarter of a century had been a resident of Kansas City, Kansas. He learned printing when a boy, and his name is widely known through his connection with the printing trade and also at different times as a publisher of newspapers. Mr. Callender was born at Berlin, Wisconsin, August 31, 1867, the third in a family of six children whose parents were John H. and Marian (Russell) Callender. His father was a native of Canada and his mother of New York State. The grandparents came from Scotland, lived in Canada, and afterwards moved to Wisconsin. John H. Callender grew up in Ripon, a city where the first political organization took the name republican and thus gave substantial claim to the distinction of being the birthplace of the party. John H. Callender became a dentist. He practiced at Ripon for a number of years and then seeking a change of climate and a more active life he came to Kansas when the Osage District was opened. In 1878 he located near Anthony when only a few houses stood on the townsite. He brought his household furniture and lumber from Wisconsin, carrying the goods on a wagon sixty-five miles to Harper County. He took up a...

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Green Lake 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. Green Lake County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Green Lake County USGenWeb Archives Project Dayton Cemetery Hosted at Green Lake County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Cemetery List Hosted at USGenWeb Archives Project, Tombstone Photograph Pages Lake Marla Cemetery Manchester Cemetery Markesan Memorial Cemetery Dalton Cemetery St. John’s Cemetery...

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Biography of Reinhold W. Simon

Reinhold W. Simon. One of the representative business men of Westfall, Kansas, is found in Reinhold W. Simon, who is cashier of the Westfall State Bank, a financial institution that was established in 1916 and already is doing a large business, great confidence being placed in its solidity because of the high character of its officials. Although one of the younger generation of business men here, Mr. Simon had had considerable banking experience and had an enviable reputation for business ability. Reinhold W. Simon was born at Markesan, Wisconsin, January 26, 1889, and is a son of E. F. and Minnie (Matthews) Simon, both of whom were born in Germany, the father in 1862 and the mother in 1865. E. F. Simon was reared in Kolmar Posen, Germany, and served two years in the German army, according to the military law. In 1886 he came to the United States and located at Markesan, Wisconsin, in which neighborhood he worked on farms. He was married while living there, and in 1890, with his family, came to Kansas and for four years afterward worked in a mill at Shady Bend. It was his intention from the first to become an independent farmer, and finally he bought 160 acres of good land situated one mile east of Natoma, Kansas, and there carries on general farming and stockraising, meeting with success in his...

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Biographical Sketch of Tusten, H. W.

Tusten, H. W. farmer, P. O. Russell, came here with the Northwestern Colony, in the spring of 1871. He opened the first general store and continued merchandising for six years. At the same time he opened a farm of 320 acres, and now has 200 acres of it under cultivation. He makes a specialty in the stock business, dealing largely in cattle and horses. He keeps the Membrino stock of horses. He was born in Ontario County, N. Y., in 1833, lived in his native State until 1841, and then came with his parents to Kenosha, Wis., where they lived about seven years. Thence went to Green Lake County, where they farmed for some time. He then went to Minnesota and followed various occupations for six years. He then engaged in lumbering at Fond du Lac, Wis., for four years, and in merchandising for three years. Thence he came to Kansas. He was married in 1867 to Miss Matilda de Neveu, a native of the latter city. They have four children – Herman W., Hattie D., Arthur E. and Emma. He is president of the town site, member of the City Council,...

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