Founded February 27, 1857
Named for: The Dakota word meaning "rich," a reference to the fertile soil in the area.
County Seat: Waseca
Parent county: Steele
Waseca County is known for its rich, black soil producing record crops every year.
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WILLS: Inheritance Taxes-Ranney, Shaw, Shortell, Summer, Trahms, Wright, Metchior, Lewer, Groskutz, Drever, Campion, Anderson
MILITARY: WWI Casualty News-Raymond C. Sweet, Lawrence J. Connor, George C. Hagen
MILITARY: Soldiers-Bernard J. Gallagher, Ward Fogarty
OFFICIALS: News - S. B. Williams, Charles McKenna, Robert Meyer
OFFICIALS: Rosters - 1878 County Officials
DIRECTORIES: 1878 Gazetteer and Business Directory
OBITS: Frank Western - submitted by Robin Line
MILITARY-BIOS: Carl W. Elton, Sydney J. Durigan, Frank Dunnett, Frank D. Dunn, Gilbert G. Duitman,August F. Dressel, Orlando A. Drahiem, Arthur A. Doyle, Louis R. Dossett, Clifford B. Dossett, Edward J. Doran, William J. Dooley, Cyril C. Donovan, Loie Domy, Harvey R. Domy, Edward W. Doberstein, Rufus E. Dittburner, William H. Dimmel, George V. Davis, Keith S. Davidson, Howard M. Davidson, Harvey R. Davidson, Frank B. Davidson, Robert F. Dardis, Frank E. Dalton, Bernard L. Dardis, William R. Everett, Hugo T. Ewert, Earl L. Eaton, George M. Erickson, Ewald L. Erdman, Max A. Ewert, Harry W. Fowler, George P. Fuller, Everett Fuller, Dick Flatz, John Frank, Frank Finley, Benjamin G. Frank, Harold M. Frentz, Andrew M. Fretham, Vincent Frodl, William C. Fiest, Walter J. Foels, Ernest H. Ferry, Donald J. Frentz, John E. Fratzke, Bud Frisk, Bert G. Fratzke, Otto Felske, Herman Fischer, Ward Fogarty, Robert J. Fitzgerald, Dennis F. Glynn, William Gehring, William H. Gehring, Ewald L. Gehring, Earl W. Grant, Roy M. Grant, Bernard J. Gallagher, Beaufort M. Gordon, Edward T. Grunwald, Oliver W. Guilbert, Gerald D. Guilbert, Harlie M. Goodrick, Frank B. Goodspeed, Harold B. Gordon, Charles P. Gigeay, Everett W. Gottschalk, Edwin A. Grunwald, Floyd C. Gottschalk, George E. Guenther, Leo G. Guyer, Lyle A. Goodrick, George D. Gilbertson, Leonard V. Gilday, Charles P. Gratz, Harry P. Gehring, Clarence A. Hanson, Hobert H. Hanson, Jorgen C. Hanson, Herbert E. Hanson, Adolph Hanson, Arthur S. Hall, Walter E. Harrington, Albert G. Haugan, Edward G. Halverson, Clarence O. Halverson, Percy Hagen, Orville L. Haugen, John J. Hackett, John C. Harguth, Melvin P. Hartwick, Nick Huber, Clifford C. Hutchings, John M. Hobald, August B. Hovald, Seth M. Hellebo, Robert F. Holmes, Frank P. Holmes, Daniel J. Holton, Richard Huseby, Frank H. Hurdelbrunk, Edward G. Hope, Carl W. Helms, Sylvester Haggerty, Walter H. Helmeke, George Holen, Daniel J. Hughes, Alfred M. Hirscher, Harold E. Heath, Herman F. Hinkie, Edward R. Holtz, John F. Hankensiefken, Henry Hoffman, Henry T. Holtz, Harry A. Halvorson, Elmer F. Heckes, William L. Hiers, Palmer O. Hagen, Raphael T. Haggerty, Otto H. J. Hoechst, H. O. Hagen, Samuel S. Hawkes, Harvey E. Holtz, Earl H. Hall, Hermann Hoffmann, Erick Hawkins, Olof Huseby, Milo A. Hodgkins, Frank J. Haunches
OBITS: Samuel Kimble, Joseph Gilmore, C. W. Holmes
NEWS-FIRES: 1880-Fire at Janesville
MILITARY: Korean War Casualties, Vietnam War Casualties
MILITARY: Bios - Donald C. Ivers, George Inott, William J. Janke, Leslie G. James, Harold W. Janke, Arthur A. Johnson, Leo T. Johnson, Gilbert G. Johnson, Walter E. Johnson, George L. Johnson, Norbert V. Johnson, Archie C. Johnson, Walter M. Johnson, Charles F. Johnson, George S. Johnston, Glenn E. Jensen, Hans E. Jorgensen, Edward H. Jeddeloh, Walter B. Juhnke, Milton F. Juhnke, Joseph S. Johnson, Ruben H. Johnson, Harry R. Jensen, Elmer L. Johnson, Aliven O. Johns, August J. Jeddeloh, George Johnson, Herbert E. Johnson, Marvin L. Johnson, Edgar F. Johnson, Lester R. Juhnke, Gisle B. Johnson, Richard Juelfs, Michael H. Johnson
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