History of Armenia, Juneau Co., WI
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ARMENIA, JUNEAU CO., WI
First Settlers: Michael Banfield, Frank Cullen on Cranberry Creek
Origin of Name: Believed to be named by a group of immigrants from
Armenia who lived across the Wisconsin River.
First Town Chairman: Joseph Hewitt
First School: Armenia Village in 1856
First Recorded Town Tax: $281.86 in 1865
Armenia is the site of an estimated 1,500 Indian mounds of varying size and
Armenia was named in 1856 when Juneau was still part of Adams County.
Armenia was always one of the least settled parts of Juneau Co.
source: Juneau County, The First Hundred Years, published 1988
1875 Census - Armenia
1860 Census - Armenia
1880 Census - Armenia
1885 Census - Armenia
1910 Census -
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