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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Town of Farmington
Town of Farmington, Wisconsin and Vicinity
▶ Washington County (48) ▶ Dodge County (21) ▶ Fond du Lac County (34) ▶ Milwaukee County (497) ▶ Ozaukee County (112) ▶ Sheboygan County (44) ▶ Waukesha County (116)
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|Yankee settlers organized the Free Will Baptist Society of Boltonville on February 22, 1872, and built this church which was dedicated June 3, 1873, at a cost of $2,103.80. In the 1880s, the building was home for a Sunday school for as many as 80 . . . — — Map (db m53324) HM|
|Harlow Bolton formed a partnership with Asa Varney and William H. Willis in 1853 to build the mill, along with a mill pond. The mill, known for many years as the Reliance Roller Mills, was the first business in Boltonville, built in 1854.
Wheat . . . — — Map (db m48257) HM|
|The Saxonia House, a 72-foot by 32-foot rare example of German fachwerkbau (half-timber construction) architecture, is one of the largest buildings of its kind in Wisconsin. In November 1855 the new structure was christened as a brewery, a residence . . . — — Map (db m48260) HM|
|St. Peter's Catholic Church was established in 1846. The first structure was a log church built in 1855. The present structure was built in 1861. The church is an outstanding example of fieldstone construction featuring an unusual half-octagonal . . . — — Map (db m48261) HM|