History: 1853 Map of Pine Valley County, Wis., (aka Clark County)
Contact: Dan Rusch-Fischer
Surnames: O'Neill, Wedge, French, Boardman
----Source: 1881 History of Clark County and Copyright Map by Dan Rusch-Fischer
By an act of the Legislature, approved July 6, 1853, Clark County was created out of Jackson County, and made to embrace the same area it has since claimed, except the north tier of townships, which were set off to Taylor in 1875. The county was organized into a single town, Pine Valley, and its first officers were: James O'Neill, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, with Hugh Wedge and James French, Supervisors; B. F. French, Treasurer, and Samuel C. Boardman, Clerk.
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