ⓘ Saukville, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Saukville, Wisconsin

Saukville is a village in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 4.451 at the 2010 census. Most of the village perimeter is bordered by the Town of Saukville to the north and west, the Town of Port Washington to the east and southeast and by the Town of Grafton to the south and southwest.

                                     
  • Saukville is a town in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin United States. The population was 1, 755 at the 2000 census. The Village of Saukville is an incorporated
  • and Republican politician from Saukville Wisconsin He is the State Representative for the 60th District of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Brooks graduated
  • Payne Hotel is a former stagecoach inn located along Highway 33 in Saukville Wisconsin Deemed worthy of preservation, the hotel has been listed on the
  • from the University of Cincinnati in 1976. He currently resides in Saukville Wisconsin Uttech is known for his moody depictions of North American woodlands
  • Klabunde and Harlan Hammerberg in Milwaukee. The family moved to Saukville Wisconsin c. 1976 where Hammerberg had attended Port Washington High School
  • when the state purchased the ex - Milwaukee line between Saukville and Kiel, which Wisconsin Central Ltd. was going to abandon. Soon thereafter, WSOR
  • Some were contracted to work at canneries in West Bend, Thiensville, Saukville and Belgium. The Pineview Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is located in
  • located on the county s waterways. Cedarburg, Grafton, Hamilton, Newburg, Saukville and Thiensville all had mills by end of the 1840s. In the 19th and early
  • 32 to Whitefish Bay, then along WIS 57 through Cedarburg, Grafton and Saukville along what is now CTH O The route in Milwaukee was realigned to run
  • until 1847 included the surrounding areas and what is currently Fredonia, Saukville and Belgium. Appropriately, it was originally the county seat for Washington
  • Minx was released from prison in 1946. He moved from Milwaukee to Saukville Wisconsin married, opened a hardware store Minx Hardware and later became