Location: Marinette County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Marinette 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 Alguire, Allen, 32, Peshtigo; pvt 127inf; Chateau Thierry, Fismes, Laon, Juvigny, Aisne-Marne, Oise-Marne, defsec; dw Dec 31, ’18. Anderson, Erving, 25, Peshtigo ; pvt mgschl, Camp Hancock ; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 10, ’18. Bednarz, August, 24, Pound; pvt 161depbrig; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 4, ’18. Benoit, Steven, 23, Marinette; pvt 127inf; Chateau Thierry, Fismes, Soissons, Laon, Juvigny; kia Sept 1, ’18. Bergfelt, Henry L., 25, Marinette ; pvt 130inf; kia Oct 19, ’18. Bezio, Joseph, 29, Marinette; pvt 1cl 127inf; Chateau Thierry to Fismes, Laon to Juvigny, see near Verdun; kia Oct 14, ’18. Brown, Charles, 25, Middle Inlet; pvt 150mgbn; overseas; dd (pneu) Mch 29, ’18. Burke, Frank, 28, Marinette ; sgt 3mgbn ; kia Oct 9, ’18. Carbon, Elmer R., 24, Peshtigo ; pvt 1cl 127inf; Chateau Thierry to Fismes, Laon to Juvigny, sec near Verdun ; dw Oct 14, ’18. Carlson, Victor Ferdinand, 26, Peshtigo ; pvt 26inf; dw Aug 9, ’18. Costello,...

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Biography of Wolf Lewis

Wolf Lewis. The modern merchant is the man who knows what the people want and supplies the best facilities for meeting those wants. He acts on that solid commercial principle that real success is only a return for an adequate service rendered. Of Champaign merchants of this class there is no more conspicuous example than Wolf Lewis, whose department store in the large Illinois Building means to Champaign County about what the Marshall Field store means to the shopping public of Chicago. Mr. Lewis is a merchant almost by birthright, but has profited by a long and thorough experience and has been tested by the fire of adversity as well as by the stimulus of prosperity. Along with success in his private business ventures, he has combined a public spirit which has made him a factor in civic improvement and municipal betterment. He is looked upon as a man of the finest character and useful influence. Mr. Lewis is a native of Poland, where he was born May 15, 1858, a son of Reuben and Eva (Lewis) Lewis, both natives of Poland. The mother died in Poland when her son Wolf was a very small child. Reuben Lewis then immigrated to the United States, located at Troy, New York, and engaged in the wholesale dry goods business. He had left his six children behind him in Poland, and did...

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Marinette 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. Marinette County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Marinette County USGenWeb Archives Project Athelstane Forest Home Cemetery/Obituary Listing Beaver-American Lutheran Church Cemetery/Obituary Listing Beecher Township Cemetery/Obituary Listing Dunbar – Memorial Gardens Cemetery/Obituary Listing Beaver – St. Paul’s Burial Plot/Obituary Listing Hosted at Marinette County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Community Lutheran Church Cemetery Tabor Lutheran Cemetery Hosted at  Oconto County WIGenWeb site Peshtigo Fire Cemetery...

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Biography of George S. Hine

George S. Hine is state dairy commissioner of Kansas with office in the State Agricultural College at Manhattan. His early life was spent on a Wisconsin dairy farm. Thus he is in a measure a dairyman to the manner born, as well as a man of thorough technical training and wide experience in that field. He had gained considerable distinction as a technical expert in his chosen profession in Wisconsin before he was called to Kansas, and has been identified with the dairy department of the state for the past six years. He was born on his father’s farm near Fairchild in Eau Claire County, Wisconsin, January 25, 1885. He was the oldest of the five sons of Rivilla C. and Kittie E. (Foster) Hine, the former a native of New York, and the latter of Wisconsin. His father was a practical dairyman and horse raiser in Wisconsin. As a boy George S. Hine alternated between his father’s farm and the public schools of Fairchild. On leaving the high school he entered Wisconsin University, where he specialized in the agricultural department and received his degree, Bachelor of Science of Agriculture, in 1907. In determining to secure a university training Mr. Hine carried out his ambition largely through means of his own earnings, and practically paid all his expenses while at Madison. During the last year of his university course...

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