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Claire county was originally set off as the Town of Clearwater within
Chippewa County, in 1855. The name was changed to the Town of Eau
Claire on 31 Mar. 1856. The entire town was separated as Eau Claire
County, by an act of the Legislature, on 6 Oct. 1856.
seat is the city of Eau Claire.
Altoona * Augusta * Eau Claire (most; partly in Chippewa County)
Fairchild * Fall Creek
Bridge Creek * Brunswick * Clear Creek * Drammen * Fairchild * Linco
ln * Ludington *
Otter Creek * Pleasant Valley * Seymour * Union * Washington * Wilson
Allen * Brackett * Candy Corners * Cleghorn * Foster * Hadleyville
Hale Corner * Hay Creek * Ludington * Lufkin
Nov 2016: obit for DANIELSON
May 2016: obits for MANLEY, JACKSON, FOREMAN, RODER, ISENBERGER. Crime News for FOREMAN. Marriage announcements for MANLEY-FORSYTHE, PETERSON-MANLEY, MULLEN-GUAY, ISENBERGER-SAMUELSON, ISENBERGER-STEDTER, HELD-BROWN
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