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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
Brigham, Col. Ebenezer 1789-1861
Clark, Darwin
Mills, Simeon 1810 - 1895
Bird, Augustus A 1802-1870
Lawrence, Mr. William
Wood, Abraham
Haney, Berry
Stoner, John
Peck, Eben D.
Ream, Robert L. (1809-1885)
Kellogg, John C.
Palmer, Isaac H.
Bird, Prosper B.
Haney, Tom
Armell, Oliver
Pelky, John
Catlin, Postmaster John -1874
Collins, Col. James
Palmer, J. H.
Messersmith, John
Bird, Charles H.
Rasdall, Abel
Brayton, Miss Louisa A.
Hyer, David
Seymour, William. (Squire) N.
Peck, Victor E.
Stoner, George W.
Ferrill, William
Judson, Sander
Brown, Reuben
Vroman, George
Keachie, George
Seflar, John
Peasley, Charles S.
Crane, John
Bird, Zenas H.
Ubaldine, James
Long, William B.
Potter, John S.
Peck, Luther
Butterfield, Jonathan
Jackson, Thomas
Mumford, Devilla
Pines, Lester
Whitesides, Samuel
McDonald, William
Wheeler, William A.
Potter, Horace
Lawrence, Horace
Duncome, N. T. -1839
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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