Green Grove Homes & Families

Clark County, Wisconsin


The Farm of H. A. Bright; "Clark County Illustrated" by Saterlee, Tifft & Marsh; 1890.

The above cut shows some of the farm buildings of H. A. Bright, in the town of Green Grove. Mr. Bright owns something over 2,000 acres of land in this locality, and the farm on which these buildings are located contains about 300 acres. It is one of the largest farms in the county, and supports at the present time 190 head of cattle, besides a large number of other stock. Some of the most valuable stock produced in this county is raised on this farm. Mr. Bright is largely interested in real estate, farming and lumbering in Clark County, Wisconsin, is a stockholder in the Island Mill Lumber Co., and also in the First National Bank of Black River Falls, of which corporation he is the vice-president.

Neighborhoods: (Transcribers needed)

Federal & State Census Records; 1900 Green Grove Township Federal Census

Family Files & Photos

Awe: Awe, William (obituary & farm photo)

Brick: Brick, Irene (1938)

Eloranta: Eloranta, Jonas & Hilja (Biography & Photos);

Hardrath: Hardrath Photo Album; Hardrath, Herman & Emma (Biography & Photos); Hardrath, Herman Jr. & Elsa

Haskin: Haskin, Charles T. (1841)

Knudson: Knudson, Leonard Samuel (1881 - 1949)

Lange: Lange, August & Emma (Biography & Photos);

Lippandt Family, Ernst Emil & Wilhelmina Karoline (Munzel) photo and  family tree;

Lipprandt, Richard Oscar-Biography & Farm Photo.

Meinholdt: Meinholdt, Oscar (1907 - 1977)

Schwarze: Schwarze, Harvey & Martha (Marriage Photo); Schwarze, Martha L; (obit);

Sommer/Sommers: Sommer, Marlyn J. (1926 - 2001); Mrs. Arthur Sommers Drowned (1904)

Sowiejna: Sowieja, Mary (1898 - 1978); Sowieja, Jerome Jr. (1948 - 1952); Sowieja, Vincent F. (1892 - 1973)

Speich: Speich, Alice B. (1892 - 1982)

Tesmer: Tesmer Family Photo Album

Tuttle: Tuttle, Francis M. (1892);





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