Location: Lafayette County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Lafayette 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 Anderson, Oscar, 27, Argyle; pvt 47inf; kia Aug 7,’18. Arnot, James, 30, Argyle; pvt 7inf; Argonne; kia Oct 10, ’18. Bates, Harold R., 23, Darlington; pvt 1cl 7inf; 2Verdun; kia Oct 9, ’18. Bishell, Alford C., 29, Darlington; corp 127inf; k (accidental gunshot wound) June 14, ’18. Burns, Francis L., 24, Blanchardville; corp mgtngcmp, Camp Hancock; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 11, ’18. Copeland, Glen Lyndon, 24, Benton; pvt 7inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Sept 25, ’18. Dobson, Herbert, 23, Blanchardville; pvt 28inf; Cantigny, Am sec, Amiens front; kia May 28,’18. Gillie, Philip Henry, 20, Gratiot; pvt 28inf; Cantigny; kia May 28, ’18. Hartwick, Frank S., 18, South Wayne; pvt 164depbrig; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 6, ’18. Hendrickson, David, 19, Blanchardville ; pvt 28inf; kia Oct 10, ’18. Henzeler, -, 28, Darlington; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 5, ’18. Hinkins, William G., 26, Belmont; pvt 123mgbn; Cote le Mont; kia Oct 4, ’18. Huntington, Clifford, 23, Darlington; pvt prvnlco...

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Biography of John B. Campbell

John B. Campbell, a strong and forceful representative of the Muskogee bar and a former judge of the court of appeals of Oklahoma, belongs to that class of men whose standards of life are true and whose endorsement of every plan or measure means a consistent and continuous support thereof. John B. Campbell comes to the southwest from Wisconsin, his birth having occurred in Lafayette county, on a farm near Gratiot, March 12, 1868, his parents being Francis and Mary (Cole) Campbell. The father was born in the north of Ireland and was of Scotch descent, while the mother, who was of remote Irish ancestry, was born in Lafayette county, Wisconsin, where her parents had settled as frontier people. The ancestry in the Cole line is traced back to colonial days and the family gave several representatives to the American army in the Revolutionary war. John B. Campbell was a farm boy at the period when the farm did not offer the splendid advantages of the present day and his early experiences brought to him a knowledge concerning the value of industry, energy and determination. Ambitious to acquire a thorough education, he supplemented his course in the public schools of his native county by study in Ripon College of Wisconsin, and then matriculated in the State University, from which he was graduated in 1893 on the completion of a...

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Lafayette 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. Lafayette County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Lafayette County USGenWeb Archives Project Jenkynsville Cemetery Hosted at Lafayette County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Fayette Village Cemetery St. Matthew’s Cemetery, Old St. Matthew’s Cemetery, New Hoffman-Pinney Cemetery Benton Prim. Methodist Cemetery St. Patrick’s Catholic┬áCemetery Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery Cholera Victims Cemetery Andrews-Lamont Cemetery Lamont Cemetery, Cudahay-Cuddy-Zimmerman-Lancaster-Dodds-Helm Cemetery Holy Rosary Catholic Cemetery Union Grove Cemetery East Wiota Lutheran /Cherry Branch Cemetery Miller Cemetery...

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Biography of William Henry Von der Heiden

William Henry Von der Heiden has been a resident of Newton, Kansas, forty years, and had been enrolled among the leading attorneys of Harvey County since 1889. He was born at Shullsburg, Lafayette County, Wisconsin, January 11, 1869, a son of H. D. Von der Heiden, who was born at Burbach, Germany, in 1834, who was reared in his native village, came to the United States in 1854, was engaged in the mining industry in Lafayette County, Wisconsin, was married there, and in 1861 volunteered his services for the defense of the union of his adopted land, enlisting in Company C, Thirty-third Wisconsin Infantry, under the command of Colonel Moore and General H. J. Smith. He participated in the siege of Vicksburg, took part in the ill fated Red River campaign, where he was the victim of a sun stroke, and never fully recovered his health. By trade he was a stone mason. He moved to Newton, Kansas, in May, 1878, and he built a number of the early business structures and homes of the city. He died at Newton in 1910. He was a democrat before the Civil war, and after that was an ardent republican. His church was the German Evangelical. H. D. Von der Heiden married Margaret Muller, who was born near Mainz, Germany, in 1839. She died at Newton, Kansas, in 1892. There were four...

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Biographical Sketch of Walter William Richardson

Among the leading enterprises which contribute to the business activity and upbuilding of Clarinda is that conducted by the Clarinda Poultry, Butter & Egg Company, of which Mr. Richardson is secretary and manager. As the result of his close application and energy intelligently applied the business has made rapid and substantial advancement and he is today numbered among the most prosperous residents of this city. He was born in Lafayette county, Wisconsin, on the 31st of May 1873, is a son of Henry and Mary Ann (Winskell) Richardson. The father was a farmer by occupation, following that pursuit in order to provide for his family. W. W. Richardson was but a young child when his parents removed from Wisconsin to Iowa and in the public schools of Kingsley in Plymouth county, he acquired his early education. Later he attended what is now the Morning Side College, being graduated therefrom with the class of 1889. He afterward studied law for a time, thinking to make that profession his life work, but later abandoned the idea and in 1892 entered the grain and implement business at Sioux City, Iowa, where he was thus employed for twelve years. During a part of that time he was credit man and traveling salesman for the house. Throughout the entire period he recognized that advancement follows earnest, intelligent effort as a logical sequence and by...

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