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  1. #1

    Sep 2005
    6

    Wisconsin

    I live in the Wisconsin and I am getting very frustrated trying to find any lost treasure stories here.
    I am mostly interested in Monroe or adjoining counties, but would like to hear all.
    Can anyone help me?
    your online friend,
    Sherry

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    I ALWAYS TOOK TIME TO SEE THE BEAUTY IN LIFE......

    Dec 2004
    HEAVEN
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    Re: Wisconsin


    Beautiful Hotty-- How close is this to Lake Superior How Close to York Island What islands are near by, and towns. The book I have has several locations of buried coins, stolen loot etc. Gold coins have been found on the shores of Lake Superior.


    Jacko
    AMANDA STANWIX...JACKOS DAUGHTER

  4. #3
    rusty nails

    Re: Wisconsin

    LBP i think w/a name like that - the dudes on this site - will help you find your treasure - youve come to the correct forum for help - welcome and good luck LBP

  5. #4

    Sep 2005
    6

    Re: Wisconsin

    Thank-You Jacko and LBP!
    I live by Sparta Wi so its a little drive to Lake Superior and York Island,I'm closer to the Mississippi(I think) but I would love to hear what you have on them if I could.
    Just for the record. I stole this email address from my daughter about five years ago before I knew anything about setting up an
    email account. Its embarrassing for a woman my age (48) but I have to many people that email me to go through the hassle of changeing it now.Tho, I have been told that I am still a "hot Mama" I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder!

  6. #5

    May 2005
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    Re: Wisconsin

    Here's a hint try the big " M".

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    Re: Wisconsin

    First I need to Know what the Adjoining Counties Are SHERRY

  8. #7

    Sep 2005
    6

    Re: Wisconsin

    We are adjoined by Jackson, Juneau, LaCrosse ect.
    Thank-You so much!
    your online "th" friend,
    Sherry

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    Re: Wisconsin

    JACKSON :

    ? ? ? ? ? ? at the Junction of the East & Black Fork at Black River, near Hatfield Village, 4 Mi. east of State Rt. 12, French Explorers Supposedly Found & Reburied a large bag of gold indian Artifacts.

    THIS is ALL I HAVE ON IT .

    AND

    this IS the Only one I found SO FAR in those Counties.

    I'll Do a Better Search in the next Few Days.

    Keep Checking Back.

    LATER
    Jeff

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    May 2005
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    Re: Wisconsin

    The last expert on Wisconson was Pete (Free2Detect) in LaCrosse I think, but he seems to not be so free to detect or at least able to post right now since I haven't seen him on...? He was thinking of moving last I heard, but if you can find him you will find no other better!? ? I consider the many coins he found to be treasure!

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    Re: Wisconsin

    COLUMBIA :

    ? ? ?in 1953 a Boy Swimming in the Wisc. River, found 3 , 10 LB. Gold Bars. lost from a Riverboat Sinking in 1870 With $100,000.00.
    ? On the East Bank half mi. South of Portage.

    ?DANE :

    ? ? ? A chest of Gold Coins Fell through the Ice on LAKE Mendota During the 1828 Winter.

    MILWAUKEE :

    ? ? ? ? Thomas Burke's WIDOW claimed he Buried $16,000.00 In Glass Jars On his Property,

    $7,700.00 was Found By Workmen, While Building The EXPRESSWAY.
    ? LOCATION: WEST ALLIS

    WALWORTH :

    ?GANGSTER, SAM AMATUNA, Buried $50,000.00 in PAPER CURRENCY WRAPPED IN CANVAS in the 1930's

    NORTH OF PELL LAKE.

    HAPPY HUNTING
    ? Jeff

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    Re: Wisconsin

    GRANT :

    along the Banks of the MISSISSIP, Small Silver Bars & artifacts, west of County 133 on the East Side of the Miss.


    RICHLAND :

    2 Men were Killed by Outlaws while Going To Retrieve a Treasure of SILVER INDIAN RELICS in a Cave.

    in BOGUS BLUFF by GOTHam & the Wisc. River.


    SORRY nothing Closer So Far

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    Re: Wisconsin

    CRAWFORD COUNTY :

    in 1832 4 saddlebags of gold coins were buried by soldiers during an indian attack,
    on the highest bluff near fort crawford, outside prarie de chein.

    fort crawford was built on st. feriol island in 1829. all thats left is the hospital.
    may also be good detecting.

    ARTIFACTS & COINS are Found Along the Miss. 1 Mi. South of DESOTO.

    IOWA CO. :

    Near COON ROCK BLUFF, outside DODGEVILLE 2 Indians Said They Buried, Several Chest Of Gold Stolen From a RiverBoat.


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    Re: Wisconsin

    I also Have 4 Large Stories From your Corner of WISCONSIN.

    It'll Take Me till Tomorrow Evening to Condence Them.

    & post

    I STILL HUNT & PECK to type.

  15. #14

    Sep 2005
    6

    Re: Wisconsin

    You all have my deepest gratitude!
    I feel I have already found my biggest treasures(your hearts of pure gold!)
    Thank-you! Stay safe and may you find the big ones!
    your online "th" friend,
    Sherry

  16. #15
    ZumbroKid

    Re: Wisconsin

    This might be of interest to you Miss, The Tomah Wisconsin GPAA Chapter meets Sept 17th, at the Boys and Girls club at 11 AM. In Tomah Wisconsin. Several of the gold prospectors also metal detect. I believe that town is not too far from your location.

  17. #16

    Sep 2005
    6

    Re: Wisconsin

    Dear Zumbro Kid,
    Your right, Tomah is just about 20 miles from here.
    Thank-you for the tip, I will be checking into it!
    Are you from around here?
    Take Care and Godbless you with the big treasures!
    your online "th" friend,
    Sherry

  18. #17
    ZumbroKid

    Re: Wisconsin

    I'll try to post this link in, it appears the area of Sparta goes back to 1851 so the old coins and stuff should be there. http://www.spartawisconsin.org/history.htm Hope this helps, also go to the local libary and check out books on the old days there. The photos in those books should help you place where events and businesses where located.

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    May 2005
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    Re: Wisconsin

    Jeff, do you get this info. online? Looks like interesting reading.

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    Re: Wisconsin

    Quote Originally Posted by miester
    Jeff, do you get this info. online? Looks like interesting reading.
    No OLD TREASURE Magazines

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    Re: Wisconsin

    William "BILL" tompkins, came from the east and settled, on a FARM 4 Mile South of Madison,

    He Brought a Large amount of Money With.

    He worked his farm & on the side did a little commercial fishing & operated out of the town of Portage.

    after he died, one of his daughters found a crudley drawn map.

    When the new owner of the property was approached by the old mans daughter, the new Owner Refused her permission. even when offered a share.

    the new owner searched himself and found a few coins in tin cans, while digging fence posts.

    but the main part of the cache was never found.

    The Farm Boarders Highway 51, 4 mile South of Madison

 

 
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