Location: Crawford County WI

Black Hawk

Black Hawk’s War – Indian Wars

We have now to record the events of a war “which brought one of the noblest of Indians to the notice and admiration of the people of the United States. Black Hawk was an able and patriotic chief. With the intelligence and power to plan a great project, and to execute it, he united the lofty spirit which secures the respect and confidence of a people. He was born about the year 1767, on Rock river, Illinois. At the age of fifteen he took a scalp from the enemy, and was in consequence promoted by his tribe to the rank

Biography of Francis Xavier Paquet

FRANCIS X. PAQUET. – Francis Xavier Paquet, son of Joseph Paquet and Marie Madaline Godant, was born in the parish of Saint John, about thirty miles west of Quebec, at the junction of the Jacquarka river with the St. Lawrence. Joseph Paquet was a stonemason by trade, but lived on a farm and took jobs of stonework. He was the father of eighteen children, nine boys and nine girls. F.X. Paquet, the sixteenth child in order, was born on the fifteenth day of January, 1811. He learned the trade of shipbuilding at Quebec, being apprenticed to Peter Labbe when not

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Crawford County

Army Adams, Frank, 21, Soldiers Grove; pvt bkryco376, Camp Grant; dd (influ) Oct 1, ’18. Ariss, Augustus, 23, Bridgeport; mtrkdept mgtngcmp; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 24, ’18. Barker, Melvin, 28, Ferryville; pvt 161depbrig, Camp Grant; dd (pneu) Oct 17, ’18. Caya, Alvy A., 23, Prairie du Chien; pvt 17fa; kia Jy 22,’18. Creighton, Arthur C., 38, m, Prairie du Chien; pvt 2engnrs tngcmp; d from burns, Oct 26, ’18. Davenport, Ray, 24, Soldiers Grove; pvt sndet 343inf ; U. S.; dd (pneu) Sept 26, ’18. Davidson, Harold Arthur, 19, Soldiers Grove; pvt fsbn; kia Oct 4, ’18. Ducharme, Cosmos,

Menominee Indians

Menominee Indians were located on and near the Menominee River, Wisconsin, and in Michigan on or about the present location of Mackinac. The Menominee belonged to the Algonquian linguistic family and to the same section as the Cree and Foxes.

Biography of John Franklin Haskell

John Franklin Haskell is the Topeka and Kansas representative of the greatest creamery organization in America. He is general manager and vice president of the Beatrice Creamery Company, consolidated, with headquarters in Topeka. Both he and his brother George Everett have long been prominently identified with this business. His brother George E., who is president of the Beatrice Creamery Company, lives in Chicago. George was the founder of the industry at Beatrice, Nebraska, about 1890. He pushed the enterprise with so much success that it soon outgrew the limits of its home city, but the company still bears the name

Crawford 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. Crawford County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Crawford County USGenWeb Archives Project Barnum Cemetery Bell Center–Woods Cemetery Bell Center–Woods Cemetery Boydtown Cemetery Bridgeport Cemetery Brisbois Cemetery Calvary Cemetery Campbell Cemetery Christ or Pleasant Mound Cemetery Crow Hollow Cemetery Dickson Cemetery Dutch Ridge Cemetery Dvorak Family Cemetery Eitsert Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery Ferryville Cemetery Forest Hill Cemetery Freeman Cemetery

Biography of Hon. William McEniry

In considering the prominent legal firms in Rock Island County one’s mind instinctively turns to the firm of McEniry & McEniry, a firm composed of the two brothers, Hon. William McEniry and Matthew J. McEniry, having offices both in Rock Island and Moline. It is the life and character of the former of these two gentlemen that we pro-pose to depict in the sketch that is to follow. The life and character of Matthew J. McEniry will be found elsewhere in this work treated at length. William McEniry was born in Rock Island County, Illinois, May 9, 1860, his parents

Biography of Matthew J. McEniry

It is said that the legal profession is one of the most difficult in which to achieve success. It is doubtless true that to be a truly successful attorney requires ability of a high order. We have spoken elsewhere in this work of; the success achieved by the legal firm of McEniry & McEniry, and one of the fruits of that success is a renown that is not merely local but that has spread throughout the northwest. In the article mentioned the life and character of one of the members of the firm, William McEniry, was taken up and discussed

Biographical Sketch of Clinton W. Mumford

One of the leading merchants of Wallowa county, the subject of this sketch is justly entitled to honorable mention in this portion of our work and because of his excellent achievements, which he has accomplished in a life of activity and enterprise, and because of his ability that has been brought into requisition in these endeavors, and because of the sound principles that dominate him and the broad public spirit that characterizes him, we are pleased to grant this to him, while also it is but right to mention that he is esteemed by all and is the recipient of