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Named for Joseph Renville, son of a French father and Indian mother, who worked as a trader and interpreter
Renville County was the site of several hostile engagements in the Sioux Uprising of 1862.
Beaver Falls Township
Birch Cooley Township
Bird Island Township
Boon Lake Township
Hawk Creek Township
Preston Lake Township
Sacred Heart Township
Redwood Falls (part)
Online Data Biography Index
Census Church Histories / Records
Families / Coat of Arms
Schools Sioux Uprising
March 5, 2018
BIO'S: Werner Baesch, James B. Baker, Burton H. Bowler, Reuben D. Zimbeck, Harry Lee D'Arms, Joseph Weichselbaum, Mathias Weichselbaum, John A. Dalzell, J. W. Barnard, Raymond E. Noble, William C. Dieterich, James B. Ferguson, Morgan J. Flaherty, Thomas I. and Robert M. Foster, L. T. Francis, Charles A. Heilig, Henry W. Homeier, Julius L. Jacobs, Ernest W. Nobbs, Philip V. Ploof, Herbert F. Rubey, John Smith, Gilbert S. Weaver, Henry Zumwinkle, Herman Zumwinkle, William Zumwinkle, George M. Berry, Thomas Sloan Hewerdine, J. M. Bowler
OBITS: Schmidt, Mrs. H. Courthouse
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS: H. P. Peterson
SCHOOLS: Floyd Reich, Etta O'Connor, Mabel Filbert
CRIME: Mr. Rexford
ILLNESS AND ACCIDENTS: Garret Roelofs
FEBRUARY 1, 2018
BIO'S: Ernest W. Rebstock, Fred W. Sausele, Engebret Thompson, Emil Voelz, Herman B. Nenow, Henry B. Sing, Asa M. Wallace, George A. Biebl, Jacob M. Hinderman, Harry Carrigan, William J. Carrigan, William Kurth, Bert J. Day, William Windhorst, Herman Schmechel, Halvor Ericson, Leonard Farrenbach, Andrew S. Erickson, Ole J. Boyum, Luke H. Kirwin, Stephen Garske, William Haedt, Nicholas T. Knott, Louis M. Follingstad, Henry W. Shoemaker, Hans Jensen, William Keltgen, Hugh H. Logan, Otis W. Newton, Peter B. Olson, James H. McGowan, William Lammers, Harley E. McLaren, Oscar A. Neitzel, Lars Olson, Hjalmer Ruona, Jens S. Ness, Ralph C. Adams, Gunderus Peterson, Paul Albrecht, Jacob P. Palmer, August E. Fenske, Christian H. Reuber, Henry J. Savela, John J. Savela Sr., John J. Savela Jr., Charles Schaffler, Harold Baker, C. T. Christianson, J. M. Dorman, H. C. Giltner, A. U. Hamrum
JANUARY 1, 2018
BIO'S: Bartlet Quigley, Levi A. Raitz, George J. Saffert, John Anderson, Christopher Thompson, William Ulrick, Herman J. Voeks, Jacob C. Wagner, Herman Bethke, Christ Betelsen, Albert W. Barfknecht, James H. Armstrong, Joseph Bauman Sr., Amalia M. Bengson, Rev. Andrew Bengtson, Edward Berg, Delbert G. Avery, Edmund Behrns, John H. Carrigan, Engebret Enestedt, August T. Daun, William F. Rieke, Thomas A. Armstrong, John Barnard, Andrew A. Bergley, Elias Martin Ericson, Jeremiah Farrell, Anton Geray, Chester Henry Hable, Anton Brown, Frederick Jensen, Ole E. Kelly, Henry J. Landsteiner, Arthur Larson, William D. McGowan, C. F. Neitzel, John M. Olson, Albert J. Palmer
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sandven-Vabo
NEWS-MISC.-Farmer's Restaurant Sold
NEWS-COMMUNITY: Boyd party
DECEMBER 1, 2017
History/Pioneer Experiences: O. T. Ramsland, Charles Kenning, James Drake, Michael Holden, A. D. Corey, Joseph A. Feeter, Frank Wallner, W. H. Jewell, A. D. Smith, Oscar Miller, Herman Stark, B. C. McEwen, A Blizzard Experience.
BIO'S: Edward James Carrigan, Amund Dahl, John H. Elstad, Emil A. Enger, Albert L. Farrar, Iver Gerald, Lewis Hable, John Oscar Isaacson, Louis Savela, Carl Savela, Mathias E. Kelly, Leon E. Lambert, Charles Lammers, Neil J. McCall, Andrew J. Anderson, C. O. Narvestad, Olson Brothers, Martin W. Paar, August B. Anderson
Wedding Announcements: Paul Albrecht/Mathilda Grams
Newspapers/Advertisements: Gustav Grabow
Obituaries: Iver Barnall
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