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Stoner's memories: Story of early Madison told by one who arrived in 1837

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Headline: Stoner's memories: Story of early Madison told by one who arrived in 1837

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Article Date: 1896-6-06

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City: Madison

County: Dane

State: WI

NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE

Armell, Oliver

Bird, Augustus A 1802-1870

Bird, Charles H.

Bird, Prosper B.

Bird, Zenas H.

Brayton, Miss Louisa A.

Brigham, Col. Ebenezer 1789-1861

Brown, Reuben

Butterfield, Jonathan

Catlin, Postmaster John -1874

Clark, Darwin

Collins, Col. James

Crane, John

Duncome, N. T. -1839

Ferrill, William

Haney, Berry

Haney, Tom

Hyer, David

Jackson, Thomas

Judson, Sander

Keachie, George

Kellogg, John C.

Lawrence, Horace

Lawrence, Mr. William

Long, William B.

McDonald, William

Messersmith, John

Mills, Simeon 1810 - 1895

Mumford, Devilla

Palmer, Isaac H.

Palmer, J. H.

Peasley, Charles S.

Peck, Eben D.

Peck, Luther

Peck, Victor E.

Pelky, John

Pines, Lester

Potter, Horace

Potter, John S.

Rasdall, Abel

Ream, Robert L. (1809-1885)

Seflar, John

Seymour, William. (Squire) N.

Stoner, George W.

Stoner, John

Ubaldine, James

Vroman, George

Wheeler, William A.

Whitesides, Samuel

Wood, Abraham

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Collection: Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection

Location: Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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