Location: Waupaca County WI

Wisconsin Gold Star List – Waupaca County

Army Arndt, Eric H., 25, Weyauwega; pvt 129inf; kia Jy 20, ’18. Ballard, Orville F., 19, Waupaca; pvt 28inf; Cantigny, 2Marne, Berzy; dw Aug 8,’18. Beitzel, Richard E., 22, Ogdensburg; pvt 20engnrs; U. S.; dd (meas) Jan 4, ’18. Berman, Oscar Delore, 26, m, New London; pvt Auto Schl, Kansas City; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 5, ’18. Bertram, William F., 26, Marion; WNG; pvt 127inf; Sergy; dw Aug 27, ’18. Brandt, Emil H., 19, Waupaca; pvt 127inf; overseas; dd (dementia praecox) Sept 8, ’18. Brockhaus, Oscar Herman, 22, Marion; pvt 13rctdep, Camp Shelby; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 4,’18.

Biography of James C. Hanson

The Danish citizens of the United States are more nearly identical with our Anglo-American race than any other citizens of foreign birth. They possess the spirit which we call “go-aheaditiveness” in as large measure as any of our citizens, and they become Americanized and assimilate with the older population of our country sooner perhaps than foreigners of any other race. They are industrious, take to business on broad principles and are about as certain to make successes as any people among us. James C. Hanson, one of the prominent farmers of Latah County, Idaho, is not by any means one

Biography of Hon. Tannes E. Miller

Many interesting stories might be told by the early pioneers of Idaho, but it is not likely there are many men living in the state who could tell more stories, or stories of greater interest, than Senator Tannes E. Miller; and Senator Miller can go back of the pioneer days in Idaho and tell tales of the building and sailing of ships in Wisconsin and of pioneer life among the Indians. Senator Miller is one of Idaho’s most useful citizens and one of Latah county’s most prominent pioneers and most successful farmers. He has a model farm, which is located

Hammack, Jessie May Mrs. – Obituary

Lostine, Wallowa County, Oregon Mrs. Jessie May Hammack, Lostine, passed away Monday, August 8, 1960 at the Wallowa Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. Funeral services are being held today (Thursday ) at 2 p.m. at the Lostine Christian Church, with the Rev. Harold D. Fuller officiating. Burial will be in the Wallowa Cemetery. Mrs. Hammack who has lived in and near Lostine for 32 years was born March 16, 1876 in Waupaca, Wisc., daughter of Mason and Mary Allen. On November 16, 1913 she was married to James L. Hammack who preceded

Biography of Norman L. Hay

Norman L. Hay. When a group of really progressive, enterprising and public-spirited men get in control of a local government, it matters little what special form of charter or municipal organization they operate under, they do things and an entire community feels an uplift. This is well illustrated in the case of the City of Sedan, where Norman L. Hay had been mayor since 1912, and in close co-operation with the city council dominated by similar ideas as to the public good, he had brought about results which justify unusual pride in the part of Sedan in its civic and

Wortman, Kathryn Dufur Mrs. – Obituary

Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon Mrs. J. W. Wortman Dies Very Suddenly Mrs. John Wortman passed away yesterday afternoon, Wednesday January 5, 1927, at the La Grande hospital where she had been taken for an operation for appendicitis. She never rallied from the operation. Kathryn Dufur was born in Waupaca, Wisconsin, April 8, 1884, and came west with her father and the family in 1901, going first to Bellingham, Washington. Afterward they made their home at Kalama, Washington. She was a highly educated and cultured woman and engaged in teaching after she had finished her training. While she was teaching at

Evans, Llewellyn Walter – Obituary

Toppenish residents were shocked to learn early this week of the death of Sheriff Lew Evans. Mr. Evans who lived on a ranch near Buena was for a number of years a community leader in Toppenish. Death came to the popular county official in St. Elizabeth Hospital where he was taken after he had suffered a heart attack at his home one hour before. He died at 12:30 Tuesday morning [January 4, 1949]. Funeral services will be held in Shaw & Sons Chapel in Yakima Friday afternoon at 1:30 with burial in Terrace Heights Memorial Park. Hopkins Mortuary has charge

Hill, Floyd L. – Obituary

Floyd Hill Passes Wednesday Evening Well Known Baker Business Man Dies Suddenly Floyd L. Hill, 43, manager of the Commercial Creamery company in Baker, died Wednesday evening at 6 o’clock at the St. Elizabeth hospital, where he underwent a major operation January 2. A blood clot on the heart is said to have been the immediate cause of death. Mr. Hill was born in Weyauwega, Wisconsin, January 22, 1884. He went to Spokane, Washington from Wisconsin and in 1918 he moved to Haines, Oregon, where he was employed by the Commercial Creamery company. When the company plant was established in

Waupaca 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. Waupaca County, Wisconsin Cemetery Records Hosted at Waupaca County USGenWeb Archives Project Cedar Lake Cemetery Most Precious Blood Cemetery Old Pioneer Cemetery Osterander Rd Cemetery Scandinavia Lutheran Cemetery Records Hosted at Waupaca County, Wisconsin WIGenWeb Bear Creek Town Cemetery Oneska Family Cemetery Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, Photos Caledonia Town Cemetery Davis Family Burials Evangelical Lutheran Zion Cem. (St. John’s) Crystal