Location: Outagamie County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Outagamie 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 Ackerman, Harvey 0., 29, Appleton; corp 54inf; defsec; dw Sept 27, ’18. Allen, Samuel J., 22, Shiocton ; pvt 1cl 7tnhq MP ; overseas ; dd (pneu) Sept 17, ’18. Belonger, Wilbur S., 24, New London; pvt inf Camp Hancock Sept rpldrft; dd (pneu) Oct 7, ’18. Bodde, George N., 24, Kaukauna; pvt 1cl 58inf; kia Aug 6, ’18. Boehler, John W., 21, Appleton; WNG; Mex Bdr; pvt 150mgbn; on all fronts with 42div; dw Oct 29, ’18. Bogan, Cylus, 18, Appleton; pvt 61inf; U. S.; d (ptomaine poisoning, accident) Feb 28, ’18. Brill, Sylvester W., 24, Appleton; WNG; pvt mgtngcntr, Camp Hancock, Ga.; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 24, ’18. Brockman, William L., 24, m, Appleton; WNG; pvt 150mgbn; Auberive, Champagne, Marne, defsec; kia Jy 15, ’18. Broerem, Bernard, 24, South Kaukauna; pvt fremsq346 QMC; over seas; dd (pneu) Dec 27, ’18. Brown, William M., 27, Shiocton; WNG; pvt 150mgbn; Auberive; kia Jy 15, ’18. Casey, Lawrence J.,...

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Biography of William W. Webb

William W. Webb. A resident of Topeka thirty years, Mr. Webb was at first in the service of the Sants Fe Railway Company, later a merchant, and for many years past had been in the real esfate and insurance business. Successful in private affairs, his enterprise in public matters is worthy of special mention. In 1890 he became identified with the Topeka Commercial Club. Through that medium he had worked in and out of season for the improvement and betterment of his city. He had asslsted in every undertaking prompted by the club, and was particularly active in the movement to keep the Santa Fe shops at Topeka, being one of the committee of fifteen to raise $25,000 for the purchase of ground for the new shops. He was also active in the campaign when the city purchased the waterworks plant. Still later he was chaimnan of the committee to establish the “Great White Way” lighting system of Topeka. For this service each member of the committee was presented a handsomely engraved resolution of appreciation by the club. His many services were given a fitting token in January, 1916, when Mr. Webb was elected president of the Topeka Commercial Club. He is a native of Michigan, and was born at Ontonagon, in the Upper Peninsula, May 22, 1865. When he was five years of age his parents, William and...

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Conro, Cora – Obituary

Mrs. Cora Conro, 74, resident of Haines for the past two years, died at home there Thursday night. She was born in Appleton, Wisconsin, January 4, 1886. She is survived by two sons, Floyd Conro of Haines and Harry Conro of Portland. She leave five grandchildren. Funeral services and interment will take place in Portland. Arrangements here are being made by West and Company. Source: Baker Democrat Herald, Baker City, Oregon, March 10, 1950, page 3 Contributed by: Sue...

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Biography of Captain Lyman C. Waite

Captain Lyman C. Waite is one of the pioneers of Riverside. His association with the foundation of the colony, the establishment of schools, churches, horticultural industries, banking, and other incorporations, commenced in the infancy of the colony, and his various enterprises, both public and private, have been conducted by that sound sense, trained business principles, and honest, straightforward dealings that are characteristic of the man. The facts obtained for a brief review of his life are of interest. Captain Waite was born in Walworth County, Wisconsin, in 1844. His parents, Sydney and Parmelia (Barker) Waite, were natives of western New York. They were pioneers of Wisconsin, having established themselves in that State as early as 1836 or 1837. His father was a farmer by occupation, and during Captain Waite’s boyhood was a resident of Sheboygan Falls, Fond du Lac and Appleton. The subject of this sketch was reared to farm life, and being of a studious disposition was given the best advantages the public schools afforded in securing an education. In 1860 he entered upon a course of study in the Lawrence University at Appleton. The war of the Rebellion and the call upon the nation’s sons to rally to the support of the old flag, and preserve our country from secession rule, enlisted the patriotic sympathy of young Waite, and he abandoned his college studies and promptly entered...

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Outagamie 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. Outagamie County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Outagamie County USGenWeb Archives Project Old Maple Creek (Golden Hill) Cemetery Golden Hill Cemetery Index St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Hosted at Outagamie County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Maple Creek Golden Hill Cemetery Index New Maple Creek Cemetery Index Seymour City Cemetery, Photos Floral Hill Cemetery Hosted at Jay’s Web Pages Saint John Nepomucene Cemetery, Partial...

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