LYNDON TOWNSHIP

Organized:  1857
First Settler:  Charles Clement in 1850
Origin of Name:  An altered spelling of Lindon, Vermont, home of a pioneer named James Cope.
First School:  St. Mary's Catholic Parochial School, 1877
First School Teachers:  Sisters Saraphine, Angeline and Clementia
First Post Office:  Kildare, 1856
First Postmaster:  John Dixon
First Recorded Town Tax:  $470.13, 1865
First Town Chairman:  C. J. Leach

source: Juneau County, The First Hundred Years, published 1988


1860 Lyndon Census
1870 Lyndon Census
1875 Lyndon Census
1880 Lyndon Census

1895 Lyndon Census


NAMES OF EARLY SETTLERS
Clement, Charles
Dupless, Louis


Lyndon Station News
Juneau County Chronicle, Thursday, April 15, 1926

Miss Nettie Hall returned to Madison, Monday after spending the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hall

Thomas Fagan went to Milwaukee, Tuesday and will drive back a Star Touring car purchased through the Star agency at Kilbourn


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