Location: Monroe County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Monroe 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 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, ’18. Blackwood, Bertice E., m, Tomah; WNG; sgt 121mgbn; Cierges; kia Oct 6, ’18. Boss, Spencer Ralph, Sparta ; WNG; pvt 28inf: kia Oct 5, ’18. Bredlow, Emil L., 23, Wilton; pvt 342inf; overseas; dd (pneu) Oct 20, ’18. Burke, John, 38, Wells; WNG; Mex Bdr; mec 128inf; Alsace, Aisne Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne; kia Nov 6, ’18. Canfield, Lee Goodwin, 18, Sparta; mus 3cl hqco 331fa; overseas; dd (sepsis, abscess) May 29, ’19. Christenson, Einer C., 23, Sparta; pvt 1cl MD Camp Grant rpldrftunit36 ; overseas ; dd (pneu) Oct 6, ’18. Cole, Glenn, 23, Sparta; WNG; regtl sgt maj 128inf; Alsace, Chateau Thierry, near...

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Biography of George E. Gray

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 and society and control the varied relations of man. As thus viewed, there attaches to the legal profession a nobleness that cannot but be reflected in the life of the true lawyer, who, conscious of the greatness of his profession, and honest in the pursuit of his purpose, embraces the richness of learning, the profoundness of wisdom, the firmness of integrity and the purity of morals, together with the graces of modesty, courtesy and the general amenities of life. The leading attorney of Malad, and a worthy representative of his calling is George E. Gray. Born in Sparta, Wisconsin, July 26, 1867, he is of Scotch, Irish and German descent. His father, P. D. Gray, was born in New York and when a young man removed to Wisconsin, where he married Miss Harriet L. Nash, a native of Vermont. Both parents are still living in Wisconsin and are well-to-do and respected citizens of that state. They had three children, George E. being the eldest. Having acquired a good preliminary education, he entered the University...

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Charles Todd of Wilton WI

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,...

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Biography of Captain C.C. Miller

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, was a pioneer of Oneida County, settling there in the days of the colonies, and built the first house erected in his section. Captain Miller was but four years of age when the death of his father occurred. His mother then married Judge Aaron Burley. The subject of this sketch received the advantages of a good education. He was in attendance upon the public schools in New York until nearly twenty years of age, and then went to Ohio, joining the family, who had preceded him two years before. There he entered the Oberlin College, and after two years’ study in that institution, entered the Cleveland University and graduated in 1852. He made civil engineering a specialty in the college course and started in life in that calling as his profession, devoting himself to railroad construction, and was employed for the next two years on the Illinois Central and Atlantic & Ohio railroads. In 1854 he located at Tomah, Wisconsin, in Monroe County, and was for the next ten years engaged in the construction...

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Monroe 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. Monroe County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Monroe County USGenWeb Archives Project Aney Cemetery Angelo-Oak Grove Cemetery Big Creek Union Cemetery Boynton Family Cemetery Calvin Day Family Cemetery Carr Family Cemetery Cataract Cemetery Clifton Township Cemetery Clifton Cemetery, aka Pilgrims Rest Immanuel German Lutheran Church Cemetery, aka Dorset Ridge Dorset Ridge Methodist Cemetery Farmers Valley Cemetery Fish Creek Norwegian Lutheran Church Cemetery Glendale Township Cemetery Greenfield Catholic Cemetery Greenfield Cemetery Home Cemetery, aka Rumpee Saint Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery, Kendall La Grange Township Cemetery Larson-Pioneer Cemetery (Cannon Valley) Leon Cemetery Lincoln-Peterson-Kirby Cemetery Meissner Family Cemetery Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery Mound Prairie Cemetery Mt. Hope Cemetery Mount Vernon-Jacksonville Cemetery Norwalk Catholic Cemetery Reformed Lutheran Cemetery or North Family Cemetery Oakdale Township Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Old Pioneer (Rest Haven) Cemetery Olson Pioneer Cemetery Peace Lutheran Church Cemetery Pilgrims Home Cemetery Pine Hollow Catholic Cemetery Pine Grove-Mather Cemetery Monroe County Poor Farm Cemetery First Portland German Lutheran Cemetery Portland Norwegian Lutheran Church Cemetery Rathburn Pioneer Cemetery Ridgeville Methodist Cemetery Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery Skogdalen Lutheran Church Cemetery Saint Jacob Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery St. John Baptist Catholic Cemetery St. John¬ís Evangelical Lutheran...

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Biography of Capt. J. D. Dammon

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 log huts. At Arrapahoe and on Clear creek he engaged in blacksmithing; then with his partner, R.S. Kingman, he bought the Bob Tail Lead in Gregor’s gulch, from which millions of dollars have since been taken; but his partner sold it for $300 during Mr. Dammon’s absence. He went back to Wisconsin in 1859, and in 1861, at the outbreak of the war, raised a company of one hundred and five men and took them to Camp Barstow at Jamesville, Wisconsin, to be incorporated in the Third Wisconsin Cavalry, and was commissioned captain of Company A of the same regiment, Colonel William A. Barstow commanding. In May of the same year, he was quartered at Leavenworth, Kansas, with the whole regiment. Here he was detailed with his company on duty between the fort and the city. Three weeks later the regiment was mounted; and Dammon was appointed provost marshal of Donovan county. On the march thither he was prostrated by sunstroke, and was granted a furlough to return to Wisconsin and recover. In September...

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