TWN of PLYMOUTH, JUNEAU Co., WI

Organized:  1854
Origin of Name: After Plymouth, Massachusetts
First Settlers:  John, Merrill, Rueben and George Fowler
First Church: Mr. Zion Lutheran
First School:  Fowler's Prairie
First Recorded Town Tax:  $2842.23 in 1865
First Town Chairman: M. M. Baker


1860 Plymouth Census
1870 Plymouth Census
1880 Plymouth Census
1895 Plymouth Census
1900 Plymouth Census
1905 Plymouth Census
1910 Plymouth Census
1920 Plymouth Census


Plymouth Pluckings
The Elroy Leader, Thursday, June 3, 1909

M. P. Cafferty went to Madison Friday morning to meet Mrs. Cafferty who was returning from the Sacred Heart
Sanitarium in Milwaukee.  They visited friends in Madison and returned home Saturday.

Owen Ritland and James Riley came up from Madison Saturday.

Tillie Thompson is working at Will Fleming's now.

L. Solheim is working Mrs. Albert Nordmark's farm this summer.

Bertha Knutson is very ill now.  She has been sick for some time.

Walter and Charles Hill have both put in phones lately.


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