Green County Trails to the Past

Green County,

A Proud Part of Trails to the Past and Wisconsin Trails to the Past!!!

Welcome to Green County, Wisconsin's Trails to the Past! My name is Jeanne and I am your host to this site. If you find any broken links, please let me know.

Burlington Genealogical Society and Walworth County Genealogical Society are sponsoring a Family History Fair on Saturday, 25 Sep from 9am to 3pm at the Burlington High School Commons, 400 McCanna Parkway, Burlington, Wisconsin

Green County was formed in 1836 as a territorial county. It was named for Revolutionary War General Nathaniel Greene. It is surrounded by Lafayette County, Wisconsin; Iowa County, Wisconsin; Dane County, Wisconsin; Rock County, Wisconsin; Winnebago County, Illinois; and Stephenson County, Illinois.

Green County is considered the Swiss Cheese Capital of the World!!!!

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Other Projects Available

Family Group Sheet ProjectPhoto Project
Wisconsin FortsUS Forts Project
Wisconsin Ghost TownsGhost Towns Project
Wisconsin Military ProjectMilitary Special Project
Native American Special ProjectWisconsin Cemeteries Special Project
Wisconsin's ChuckwagonChuckwagon Special Project

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