Lincoln County, Wisconsin

~~Village & Communities~~


Including Ghost Towns

Resources #1, #2, #3

Townships Resources #2 & #3

Post Offices Resources #2


Ackley Originally part of Lincoln Co., now in Langlade Co., Wis
Antigo Junction King
Averill Junction  
Baymill Bradley Yes  
Birch Birch  
Bismark Yes  
Bloomville Russell Yes
Boucharels Station Bradley  
Bradley Bradley Yes was Somo
Bundy Harrison was Jeffris
Burke Spur  
Champagne Rock Falls Yes  
Chat Birch Yes  
Clifford Yes  
Colburn Tomahawk (T)  
Combs Merrill  
Corning Corning Yes  
Cotter Yes  
Courtland Birch see Irma
Day Siding Tomahawk (T)  
Doering Schley Yes  
Donovan Pine River Yes
Dudley Russell Yes  
Dunfield Birch Yes  
Dutch Corners  
Earling Schley see Heinman
Finn Pine River Yes  
Finns Yes  
Foss Rock Falls Yes  
Garland Bradley  
Gilbert Bradley  
Gouda Harrison see Harrison
Gleason Russell Yes  
Grandmother Falls Rock Falls Yes  
Grundy Junction Birch  
Harding Harding  
Harrison Harrison Yes was Gouda & Mitchell
Heafford Yes  
Heafford Junction Bradley Yes  
Heineman Schley Yes was Trout and Earling
Heller Yes
Irma Birch Yes was Courtland & Marietta
Jeffris Harrison Yes
Jeffris Junction Harrison
Jersey City Bradley
Jenny Merrill Yes see Merrill
Kickbush Merrill see Schulz Spur
King King
Marietta Birch see Irma
McCord Wilson
Merrill (County Seat) Merrill Yes was Jenny Bull Falls, Jenny Falls, Jenny
Mitchell Harrison see Harrison
Natzke Camp Corning
New Wood Corning
O'Day Rock Falls Yes
Otis Merrill
Otto River
Paulson Junction
Pine River Pine River
Pine River (Station) Pine River
Prairie River Merrill
Rock Falls Rock Falls
Russell Russell
Schley Schley
Scott Scott
Schulz Spur Merrill was Kickbush
Skanawan Skanawan An Indian name meaning, "creek that runs through bluffs."
Somo Somo Yes see Bradley
Spirit Falls Tomahawk (T) Yes
Tomahawk (Dam) Bradley
Tomahawk (T)
Tomahawk (City) Bradley Yes
Tripoli Somo
Trout Schley Yes see Heinman
Union Merrill
Welling Merrill
West Kraft Bradley
West Merrill
Wilson Wilson

(T) - Township


1. History of Northern Wisconsin; containing an account of its settlement, growth, development and resources; an extensive sketch of its counties, cites, towns and villages, their improvements, industries, manufacturing; biographical sketches, portraits of prominent men and early settlers; views of county seats, etc.; Chicago: The Western Historical Company, A. T. Andreas, Proprietor, 1881. (Communities are linked from this book).

2. Raymond Rhyner and Postal historian Chris Barney.

3. "Wisconsin, Its Counties, Townships and Villages".


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