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Histories:  Trempealeau Co. Historical Accounts:

"Trempealeau County" by Clarence J. Gamroth:

Volume 1B Supplement:

The Markhams:

Settlers Living in Area Near the Markhams

Settlers George H. Markham knew who were living along the Trempealeau River between Independence and the Jackson County line in the 1850s include:

Elder Moses Ingalls and sons, Francis N. and Moses D.  (They were south of the Trempealeau River)

Hiram Stratton (north of the river)

Alvah Wood (above Whitehall and south of the river)

Wm. Van Sickle
Ed Weeks
Cyrus Hines (all north of the river)
John Debow
Wessel Low

John Hopkins
Simon S. Rice
Henry Lohe
Herman Snyder
Chester Beswick   (all south of the river)
John B. Dunning
Edmond M. Reynolds
Wm. Welch
Gullick Olson
David Wood
 


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