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Re: Hutter, Crandall, Wisconsin, and New York
Posted by: Charlotte Kibbie (ID *****8506) Date: April 09, 2009 at 08:52:43
In Reply to: Hutter, Crandall, Wisconsin, and New York by Nancy of 101

Source: Book titled Pepin County History, published 1985, page 80. The location is listed as: F587 P4 P46 1985 Oversize Stacks on the Wisconsin State Historical Society website. Biographical sketch.
99. GOODHEART AND IDA HUTTER. ...The Hutters were the parents of nine children. They are Caroline (Nina), who married Louis Crotteau and lived at Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Clara, who married Peter Manor and lived at Rice Lake. Barbara, who married Valda Morse and lived at Arkansaw. Earl, who married Blanche Richardson and lived at Arkansaw and later farmed his parents' farm. William, who married Elizabeth Resler. He served as a mechanic in the U.S. Army. Clarence, John and Charles never married and all lived near Arkansaw and Durand. Helen married Glenn Martin and resided in Menomonee.
Nancy, I received the above info when I was researching my Hutter connection in Pepin Co., WI, which happens to be through Goodheart's younger brother Joseph (Joe) b. Oct 1867. - Char Kibbie in Kent, WA


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