The Key farm is located on Wisconsin Highway 120 just south of the village of East Troy, in Section 32 of the town of East Troy. The farmstead is on a high knoll protected by a wall of stones.
The Rowbotham farm is located at N463 Ridge Road south east of the village of Walworth.
The Myron Paddock farm is located in the town of Sugar Creek on County Highway A just east of County Highway H and the Blue Overall Tavern. At times you may see a plane parked at the top of the hill west of the barn.
The former Chef's Corner Bistro is located at N2430 Geneva St. in Williams Bay.
St. Andrew's Parish in Delavan did not have a consecrated cemetery of its own until 1861. Before that time, Catholics were buried at Elkhorn, Lake Geneva or Whitewater Catholic cemeteries.
The Four Oaks Schoolhouse was located at the southwest corner of Mohawk and Hillside roads in the town of Linn. In 1902 Frank Beardsley, with a Hebron, Illinois address, was district clerk.
You can find the Lyons Cemetery on South Road, just south of Lyons. Some people also call it the Quaker Cemetery. In July 1866 an acre of land was given by Francis Holborn for the cemetery.
You can find the Lawton farms on Kettle Moraine Road, just west of County Highway H in the town of LaGrange. I say farms because if you look at the 2010 plat book you will see owners listed as William J. & Joyce Lawton Trust, Fred & Cynthia...
The Ames farm is west of Hollister's Corner at the intersection of highways 11, 14 and 89. It is located right after you pass the former Hollister School.
You can find the Hudson Cemetery on North Road north of the village of Lyons. Early settlers interred here include Fowlston, Allen, Burk, Chapin, Cole, Davis, Lasch, Meister, Travis, Vorpagel, Weeks and Neiheisel.