Wisconsin State Census for Washburn Co.
1885 Wisconsin State Census
for Washburn County, Wisconsin was taken when Washburn Co. was only two
years old. It contains only the names of the head
of each household and also states how many males and females were in
each household, along with their nationalities. Names
are typed here as they appear to be on the original census
records. As a result, there may be mis-spellings
are encouraged to use a variety of spelling combinations when looking
through these records for specific heads of households.
keep in mind that I am not out to 'change history' and will not
corrections of name spellings, as this is how the names appear on the
actual census. Some names are completely or partially
unreadable. These names are represented fully or partially
question marks (?) or blanks ( _ ).
In 1885 there were only two townships (Bashaw & Veazie) in Washburn Co. Records
are presented here in the order that the names are listed (presumably
in the order that the census taker visited each household), and in
alphabetical order per township. Please note that there were
only two townships in Washburn Co. in 1885. To view the locations within Washburn County of these two
townships, please see the maps here.
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