PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLGE REPORTERMAPPING SYSTEM … Brian Fritsch, Williams County's GIS coordinator, has been instrumental in preserving the history of Williams County veterans. A dashboard to search by cemetery, branch of service, era of service, and veteran name can be found at the web address

Author: Anna Wozniak
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