Thirty-Ninth Annual Report of the Board of Managers of the Wisconsin Veterans' Home for the year ending December 31, 1926. Includes a table of mortality (listing those who died during 1926) and a certified list of members.
Names in this online transcription include Ackley, Adams, Albourn, Albourne, Allison, Anthony, Archambo, Arquette, Averill, Babcock, Baker, Balsley, Barfoot, Barker, Barnes, Bastin, Beach, Beecher, Biebel, Bishop, Blake, Blanchard, Blaskey, Blechel, Bliss, Boege, Bohanen, Borden, Boutin, Brabazon, Branan, Brannan, Breed, Brefka, Brennan, Briggs, Brigham, Brisbane, Britton, Bronson, Brown, Bryant, Buchanen, Bull, Burdick, Burlingame, Burnham, Button, Bywater, Cain, Call, Campbell, Cannon, Cantwell, Carlton, Carnahan, Carpenter, Carpunkier, Carr, Carroll, Cartwright, Cave, Chesley, Claflin, Clute, Cochrane, Cole, Coleman, Comley, Cone, Cook, Cooper, Coveau, Crane, Craven, Crooks, Crowell, Crowley, Culver, Currier, Daigle, Dake, Dakin, Daniels, Darling, Davis, Decker, Deming, Devore, Dexter, Dille, Dillon, Douglass, Douville, Durkee, Dutton, Earle, Eggman, Ehle, Ellingwood, Elliott, Ellis, Ernst, Erwin, Evans, Ewing, Eygabroad, Felt, Ferguson, Fisher, Fitch, Fitzgerald, Foster, Frank, Freese, Frye, Fuller, Gass, Gerarden, Giertz, Gilbert, Gilman, Goewey, Gosha, Gray, Greene, Gregory, Greve, Grignon, Grose, Grover, Guerin, Hafemeister, Hager, Hall, Hallahan, Hamel, Hamilton, Hammond, Hanley, Haring, Harris, Haskins, Hathaway, Hawkins, Hayes, Hearn, Heck, Helke, Henderson, Henig, Hernig, Hickman, Hill, Holbrook, Hollis, Hollister, Hoover, Horner, Houchin, Houghtaling, Howe, Huey, Huff, Hughes, Hunt, Hunter, Inman, Jay, Jensen, Jeszka, Jillson, Johnson, Jones, Keene, Kellogg, Kelly, Kelsch, Kennedy, Keyes, Kinnamon, Kinney, Klann, Klingenberg, Knight, Kohnle, Kreugeer, Krieg, Kruschke, Kuder, Kurtz, La Rue, Laird, Lake, Lambert, Law, Lee, Lehmann, Lelman, Lemon, Leroy, Lewis, Lick, Lissack, Lloyd, Lobin, Lockwood, Lohmann, Lollin, Longfield, Loofbourow, Lord, Lowth, Lozier, Luce, Luchsinger, Luttman, Lynn, Mann, Manson, Mantz, Marcier, Maudliln, Mayer, McGrain, McHenry, McLaughlin, McManiman, Meadows, Meehan, Menor, Merryfield, Meyers, Miles, Mill, Miller, Mitchell, Monroe, Moore, Morrison, Mosher, Muller, Mumm, Mund, Murdock, Nash, Nelson, Newton, Nichols, Norris, Nourse, Nugent, O'Connor, O'Laughlin, Oakley, Olson, Organ, Osthelder, Page, Parker, Pate, Patrick, Patterson, Peabody, Pease, Perry, Peterson, Phinney, Pickett, Pier, Pingra, Porter, Prink, Pulver, Randolph, Rappe, Rauls, Raymo, Read, Reil, Reilly, Reinhard, Repass, Rice, Richards, Rielander, Roberts, Rockfellow, Roehr, Rohr, Rood, Rounds, Rowe, Rudiger, Rymar, Safford, Salzmann, Sargent, Sawyer, Schafer, Schraeger, Schreiter, Schulz, Schwerzler, Scott, Seigert, Shane, Shattuck, Sheerin, Shelton, Sherman, Sherwood, Shidell, Shoemaker, Sickles, Sieferman, Simpier, Simpson, Skilling, Smeiles, Smith, Sniffin, Spaulding, Spring, Squires, St. John, Stannard, Stark, Statler, Steffen, Steffens, Sterner, Stevens, Stickles, Still, Stockman, Stoleup, Story, Stowe, Sullivan, Sutherland, Swan, Sweet, Sylvester, Tappen, Tasto, Tate, Taylor, Thetreau, Thorn, Timm, Tobey, Tole, Townsend, Tracy, Tremble, Trussel, Tucker, Turk, Turner, Utter, Valentine, Van Gorder, Van Holt, Van Tassel, Vaughan, Voss, Waldo, Waldvogel, Walker, Wallace, Wallis, Walsh, Waters, Webb, Webley, Webster, Wehe, Welch, Wells, Wessel, Wetzel, White, Whitman, Whittaker, Wilcox, Wilkin, Williams, Wilson, Wing, Winter, Wood, Worden, Worick, Wright, Wruk, Wyman, Young, Yule.
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