Property: Greenwood Power Dam (1926)
Poster: Todd Braun, Friday, 21 May 2004, at 6:57 p.m
Surnames: Branstiter, Braun, Garlick, Hadley, McGowan, Plunkett, Tubbs
----Source: Branstiter Museum, Tim Plunkett Postcard Collection, Federal Census Records, Death & Civil War Records
The Greenwood, Wisconsin Power Dam
Pictured above is the Greenwood Power Dam and Plant in Clark Co., WI as it looked in 1926.
*This photo was featured on the 1996 historic calendar of the Citizens Bank with photos from the Branstiter Museum.
Below--The Greenwood, WI Power Dam after the 1907 Flood, from the collection of Tim Plunkett.
Below--Post Card Message from the card to Mrs. C. A. Tubbs of Whitewater, Wis. from Sis., B. G.
Postcard Research Records
1870 Federal Census, Richmond, WI
1905 Whitewater city, Walworth, WI
Head--Clara C. Tubbs 70y 1905 Whitewater city, Walworth, WI Female F 70 Widowed White W 1835
Daughter--Elnore Mcgowan 40y Clara C Tubbs 1905 Whitewater, WI Female F 40 Widowed White W 1865, WI
Clarissa A., the daughter of Alfred & Lura Hadley, was born 13 Jan 1835 in NY. She married the Civil War Soldier Hiram D. Tubbs (1835–1865, Typhoid Fever), 24 October 1860 in Rock, Wisconsin. Pvt. Hiram D. Tubbs of the 49th Wis. Inf. died of disease June 30, 1865, in Rolla, MO. His service had commenced 13 Feb 1865. Clarisa had given birth to their daughter, Elnora in Nov. 1863 (d. 27 Mar, 1850). Clarisa passed away 6 Sep 1916. They are buried in Utters Corners Cemetery, Lima Center, WI
|Clarisa's father, Alfred Hadley (1808 VT–3 Oct 1869 WI), married Lura Hadley (1 Mar 1812-16 Dec 1870), 1 March 1832 in Sandy Creek, Oswego, NY. They had eight children: Esther Hadley 1832–; Clarissa Hadley 1835- ; Warner Hadley 1837–1905; Luther Hadley 1839–1916; Sophia Hadley 1840–1876 ; Calvin Hadley 1843–1911; Elijah Hadley 1849–1911; Eugene Hadley 1855–1928.|
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