ⓘ Fennimore, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Fennimore, Wisconsin

Fennimore is a city in Grant County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2.497 at the 2010 census. The citys area was separated from the Town of Fennimore, which remains as an adjacent rural area.

                                     
  • Fennimore is a town in Grant County, Wisconsin United States. The population was 599 at the 2000 census. The size of the town was reduced when Mount Ida
  • Wisconsin he taught school. He was the publisher of the Fennimore Times in Fennimore Wisconsin He served as president of the village of Fennimore in
  • Southwest Wisconsin Technical College also Southwest Tech is a technical college college in Fennimore Wisconsin The college s district includes the
  • of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Heathcote was born on April 15, 1859 in Monterey, Wisconsin He later moved to the Town of Fennimore Wisconsin Heathcote
  • August 16, 1939 of Fennimore Wisconsin was the Republican candidate for Governor of Wisconsin in 1914. Born in Whitewater, Wisconsin Roethe went to Whitewater
  • 1886 was an American farmer from Fennimore Wisconsin who spent a single term as a Reform Party member of the Wisconsin State Assembly from the third Grant
  • History of Werley, Wisconsin and the Dinky Railroad C NW RY: An Anthology of the Werley Nickel Plate Fennimore Wisconsin Steven Hazen, 2003
  • estate broker. Kreul also served on the Fennimore School Board. He died on February 25, 2011 in Fennimore Wisconsin Kreul was a member of the Senate from
  • village of Fennimore Wisconsin where he lived. Loy was a deputy undersheriff and chief of police. Loy served as a Republican in the Wisconsin State Assembly
  • Wisconsin State Assembly. Brandemuehl was born on December 7, 1931 in Mount Hope, Wisconsin Later, he moved with his family to Fennimore Wisconsin
  • Dwight T. Parker Public Library is a public library in Fennimore Wisconsin The building was constructed in 1923 to house the city s library, which had