George Gale (November 30, 1816–April 18, 1868) was a Wisconsin, pioneer, judge, and legislator.

Born in Burlington, Vermont, Gale was admitted to the Vermont bar. He then moved to Wisconsin Territory, where he practiced law in Walworth County, Wisconsin serving as District Attorney and as a member of the second Wisconsin Constitutional Convention of 1847-1848.[1]

In 1850-1851, Gale served in the Wisconsin State Senate.[2] Gale moved to La Crosse, Wisconsin, where he became a Wisconsin county judge and then was elected a Wisconsin Circuit Court judge. Gale bought land north of La Crosse and helped platted the city of Galesville, Wisconsin and responsible for the creation of Trempealeau County, Wisconsin. During the American Civil War, Judge Gale served with the United States Sanitary Commission. He died in Galesville.[3][4]

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