You can see the former Buckbee farm if you head south on Wisconsin Highway 120 and turn east on Buckbee Road in the town of Lyons. The Francis A. Buckbee farm was in sections 18 and 19. The road got its name because of this family.
The former Hollinshead farm is located in sections 3, 4, 9 and 10 in the town of Delavan. It is on both sides of Briggs Road, north of Highway 11.
You can see the Folts farm if you drive on North Road south of Westbound Road on the west side of Darien. It is located in sections 29, 30 and 31 in the town of Darien. The 1853 plat map shows that Jacob, Benj. and Daniel Folts owned 517 acres in...
The Bromley Woodland Trust lands are located in sections 10 and 15 in the town of LaGrange. It is on both sides of Greening Road, although most of the property is on the north side. According to the 2010 plat book, the Kettle Moraine State Forest runs...
The Allan W. and Larry C. Frey farm is located in the northwest part of Section 20 in the town of Geneva. It can be seen from either Petrie or Palmer roads.
Country Side Trees is located in Section 6 of the town of Walworth. You can see it in the area southeast of the intersection of County Highway O and North Walworth Road. Another portion of the property is just west of the former North Walworth School...
You can see the beginnings of the former T.H. Fellows farm on the west side of the present Genoa City, on the south side of County Highway B and extending west into Section 34. It extends well beyond the PFI Fashions location.
The Ronald W. Wade farm is located in the southwest quarter of Section 5 in the town of Richmond. Wade also owned adjoining land in the northeast quarter of Section 8. The farmstead is on Territorial Road east of Wisconsin Highway 89.
St. Francis de Sales Catholic School is located at 130 Main St. on the east side of Lake Geneva. In the mid-1840s the Rev. Kundig bought an acre of land and the first church was built.
The former Renner farm is located on County Highway H north of County A in Section 3 in the town of Sugar Creek. The house, at N7031, is one that I have admired over the years. I was told that it was built soon after the Civil War.