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Gabbard - Ludwig

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Gabbard, John M.
Gates, Esther T.
Gates, Eugene P.
Gates Family Stone,
Gates, Mattie
Gates, Ralph B.
Gehrke, David W.
Gehrke, Harriet A - David W.
Gleason, Grace (Hastings) - Walter Ernest
Grebe, Ferd C - Alice B (Adams)
Grebe, Gregory L.
Green, Arthur J Sr - Reta children
Green, Arthur J.Sr - Reta M.
Green, Charles H
Green Family Stone,
Green, Golda L - Ben F.
Green, Mary S.
Griffey, Daniel M.
Griffey, Delilah M - Denver M
Griffey, Eliza
Griffey Family Stone,
Griffey, Harvey D - Flora J - Jasper A
Griffin, George W - Gladys M.
Griffin, Patsy L (Weinberger) - George W.Jr
Grout, A.A.
Grout, Eleanor
Grout, Elijah L
Grout, Elijah
Grout, John E.
Grout, Mary C.
Grout, Mary U.
Grout, Sarah
Gruetzmacher, Erich - Lota Ann - Clayton - Dayton
Gurr, William F - Recka
Haemling, Christ - Mary
Haemling, Christ - Regine
Haemling, Friedrich - Amelia
Haemling, Hugo - Ida - Clara
Haemling, Meta
Hall, Joesph C.
Hallett, Elvira D.
Hallett, Emily
Hallett, Euphelia
Hallett, Mortimer - Jefferson
Hallett, Sarah
Hancock, Edwin R.
Hancock, Eugene H.
Hancock Family Stone,
Hancock Family Stone,
Hancock, Isaac B - Sally S - Edwin R
Hancock, Mary
Hanneman, Carl A - Margaret C (Sumnicht)
Hanneman, Regina (Knueppel)
Hansen, Marcus
Hansen, Mattie Russell
Hansen, Scott Frederick - Barbara - David
Hanson, Clara O - Eron J.
Hanson, Lucille S - Ervin M.
Harmes, Douglas Lee
Harmes, James C - Nellie K
Harmes, Richard C - Fern L (Ward)
Harmes, Richard J.
Harmes, Robert J.
Harmes, Robert J.1
Harriman, Harry W - Amy B
Haskin, Lucinda H.
Haskin, Stephen S.
Hastings, A.M.
Hastings, Albert M - Infant
Hastings, Alvin M - Josephine Bessette
Hastings, Cynthia M.
Hastings, Elmira G
Hastings, Josephine
Hastings, Sarah A.
Heath, Elizabeth J.
Heath, Herbert E.
Heath, Moses A.
Heintz, August O - Clara M.
Hemling, Ada Mae
Hemling, Bernard E.
Hemling, Carl
Hemling, Emil A. - Dora M.
Hemling, Harley
Hemling, Lester F - Florence L.
Hemling, Louis M - Ruth E.
Hemling, Orin E
Hemling, Paul E - Marvin - Elsie L
Hemling, Roy
Henderson, George M.
Hendrickson, Earl W - Armilla M (Lange)
Hendrickson, Herman T - Eileen C.
Hewins, George W.
Hicks, Asa Dallas - Frances helen - Stephen Leroy - Lewis Cass
Hicks, Eliza
Hicks, John
Higbie, Helen G.
Higbie, Schuyler c.
Hill, Vera (Lange - Tramburg)
Hiller, Elmer - Olive
Hinz, Anna
Hinz, Christian
Hinz Family Stone,
Hinz, Maria Elisabeth
Hinz, Maria Elisabeth
Hinz, Rudolf
Hinz, Sarah
Hinz, Walter
Hinz, Wilhelmine
Hinz, William
Hinzman, Otto - Augusty
Hinzman, Theodore - Laura T.
Hinzmann, Fredrick - Minnie
Hobart, Burr Eugene
Hobart Family Stone,
Hobart, Frances M.
Hobart, M.C.
Hobart, Marvel C - Pearl (Holloway)
Hobart, Mary V.
Hobart, Sarah D.
Hobart, Susan R.
Hobert, John G.
Hodgkins, Clarence A - Janet L.
Hoffman, Larry L.
Hoffman, Mary A (Miller) - Larry L.
Hollnagel, Albert M - Florence L (Huggett)
Holloway, John - Inez (Holloway)Jones
Homburg, Cheryl Ann
Howard, John
Hubbard, Blanche
Hubbard Family Stone,
Hubbard, Mable
Hubbard, William Mrs - Mother
Hubbard, William - Father
Huggett, Chester H - Ruth I (Robbins)
Huggett, Earl L - Ivah E.
Huggett, Hattie - Thomas
Huggett, John - Blanche
Huggett, Lawrence T - Genevieve M.
Huggett, Mildred A - Gordon J.
Huggett, Patricia C (Roche) - LaVerne E.
Huggett, Robert
Huggett, Royal R.
Huggett, Winona C (Zimmerman) - Royal R
Hughes, Christopher
Hughes, Frances
Hughes, H.T - Hugh.
Hughes, Sarah Elizabeth
Hughes, Thomas T.
Hunt, Marie A. - Frank E.
Hunt, Minnie (O'Brion) - Dr.Frank O.
Hunting, Alice
Hurd, Bert J.
Hurd, Charles N.
Hurd, Elizabeth
Hurd, Frank B.
Hurd, John
Hurd, Joseph J.
Hurd, Peter - Lucy
Hurd, Samuel - Anna
Hurd, Walter L.
Ibisch, Alfred M.
Ibisch, Elsie A.Iwert
Ingalls, Franklin
Iwert, Alvin H 1
Iwert, Anna
Iwert, Carl
Iwert, Caroline
Iwert, Charles H.
Iwert, Clara
Iwert, Edwin H.
Iwert, Emma M.
Iwert, Emma M.
Iwert, Ernst
Iwert familiy stone,
Iwert family stone,
Iwert, Freddie
Iwert, Frederick W.
Iwert, Fredrick - Rosine
Iwert Grandfather,
Iwert Grandmother,
Iwert, Lousia
Iwert, Mathilda
Iwert, Minnie L.
Iwert, W. mother
Iwert, William
Iwert, Willie P - Clara
Iwert, Willie P.
James, Ellen
Janke, Mildred Elaine
Janke, Susan H - Rudolph G - Harriette L (Kaschub)
Janke, Victoria Lee
Janny, Lance
Jenkins, Susan A.
Johnson, Sonia M - Emil A.
Kapp, Balthasar
Kaschub, Charles E - Dolores M
Kaschub, Charles E
Kaschub, George M - MaryA.
Kaschub, George M.
Kaschub, Hazel - Charles
Keefer, Frank - Elsie
Kellogg, Ella E - Albun
Kellogg, Orrison
Kemp, Ann
Kemp, Jacob J.
Kemp, Mary (Cornford)
Kennedy, Brandon R.
Kerwin, Sarah - Patrick
Kietzke, Amalia
Kietzke, Family Stone
Kietzke, Herman
Kietzke, Karl William
Kietzke, Louise
Kietzke, Ouralia
Kietzke, Tillie
Kietzke, Wilhelm
King, Beryl Ethelyn (Shattuck) - David Lee
Kinney, Carrie
Kinney, William E - Alice
Kirchberg, Elaine L.
Kirchberg, Herbert - Ruth (Sauer)
Kirchberg, Lousie M - William H.
Kirchberg, Melvin E.
Kirk, George - Mary
Kirk, George
Kirley, Ruby C (Hemling) - William J.
Klatt, Elsie W.
Klatt, Emil W.
Klatt, William - Theresa
Klinger, Simon W - Caroline M
Klipstein, Christopher
Klipstein, John
Klipstein, Katherine
Klipstein, Lucille - James
Klipstein, Ottelia
Klopotek, Gerald M - Betty Ann
Klopotek, Martin S - Dora M.
Klug, Paul L. - Susan D. (Benck)
Knaak, Edna N - Arnold E.
Knutson, Richard L.
Kohls, Albert F - Minna C (Wegner)
Kohrt, Irvin E - Elsie A.
Kohrt, Mabel (Schilling)
Kohrt, Melvin M.
Kopplin, Charles
Kopplin, Herman L - Caroline
Kopplin, Maria
Krakow, Arden A.
Krakow, Henry Ross
Krakow, LaVerne L.
Krakow, LaVerne L.
Krakow, Lydia I - Arthur E.
Krakow, Marvin Scott - Marvin L.
Krakow, Russell - Beatrice
Krause, Herbert A - Viola A (Peters)
Kreier, Belle M - Milo C.
Kreier, Russell E.
Kreier, Ruth V - Russell W
Kreier, Ruth V - Russell W.
Kreyer, Carl F - Carol M.
Kreyer, Delores
Kreyer, Evelyn M (Weidemann)
Kreyer, Oswald J.E.
Kreyer, Otto F - Josephine W (Gregor)
Krueger, Gladys E (Tesch) - Lawrence A.
Krueger, Leona A.
Krueger, Patrica A.
Krueger, Paul W.
Kuipers, Gladys
Kuipers, Maynard - Gladys (Lange)
Kumm, William - Ida
Kusrow, William C - Ella H (Manthe)
Ladwig, Lillian R - Glenn W.
Ladwig, Lorena L - Donald M.
Ladwig, Randall J.
Lamson, Hannah P.
Lange, Agnes E - Edward T
Lange, Agnes M.
Lange, Charles J.
Lange, Gottlieb M.
Lange, Henriette
Lange, Rosa E - Theodore G
Langetieg, Beverly M (Millard) - Alvin B.
Lashier Family Stone,
Lashier family stone,
Lashier, George S.
Lashier, Mary
Lashier, Samuel
Lashier, Sarah C.
Learned, Vera T.
Leavitt, Sarah (Weston)
Lees, Fred A.
Lees, George
Lees, Sarah L.
Lees, William - Mary
Leisemann, August J.
Leisemann, Clara A.
Leisemann, Eugene W.
Leisemann Family Stone,
Leisemann, Luella A.
Leisemann, Marie
Leisemann, Walter A.
Leisemann, Willie H.
Leismann, Frank A - Bessie A.
Leismann, Sandra L.
Lenz, Arthur L.
Lenz, Martha C - Herman A
Lenz, Otto - Alvina - Robert
Lenz, Walter A
Lenz, William F - Augusta
Lenz, William W.
Leonard, Laura
Leonard, Moses - Laura
Leonard, Moses
Levisee, Mary (Wandell)
Levisee, Sarah
Levisee, William
Liebenthal, Beverly Ann (Cox) - Loren Charles
Linevitch, George F - Sylvia C.
Linevitch, George F.
Link, Charles - Amelia M
Link, Dollie - Carl
Link, Harvey L - Luella D.
Link, Laura L (Kirchberg) - Harvey H.
Link, Lloyd E - Germaine S (Gilbertson)
Link, Robert O - Betty 1
Lockwood, C.D. - Nellie M.
Lockwood, G.V - Fannie M.
Lockwood, G.W.
Loken Family Stone,
Loken, John Charles - Burnace (Hurd)
Loomis, Ashur
Loomis, Clarence - Bonnie - Ella
Loomis, Imogene L.
Loomis, Omar - Eva
Loomis, Washington
Loomis, Yvonne
Lubenau, Elenora E.
Lubenau, Marie A - John G.
Lubenau, Olga Wruck - Gustave
Lubenau, Otto E.
Ludwig, Annie
Ludwig, William

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All pictures on this DVD are copyrighted by Char Sauer and Gert Ingersol. They may be copied to your personal computer or printed for your own personal use but may not be reproduced on another site without permission from Char Sauer or Gert Ingersol. Char Sauer and Gert Ingersol have taken pictures of all the tombstones in these cemeteries during the summer of 2007. These pictures have been copied to these DVD's with permission from Char Sauer. The DVD's are being given without charge to the Columbia County libraries. Contact Char Sauer with any questions at

February 2008

WISCONSIN MUNICIPALITIES: Cities Towns, and Villages, often referred to as 'municipalities' in Wisconsin law, are the governmental units that relate most directly to citizens' everyday lives.

TOWNS, like counties, were created by the state to provide basic municipal services. Rooted in New England and New York tradition, town government came to Wisconsin with the settlers, but Wisconsin towns were not like their Eastern counterparts that reflected the existing patterns of local settlement. In Wisconsin, towns are geographical subdivisions of counties. Towns originally served (and for the most part they continue to serve) rural areas. Towns govern those areas of Wisconsin not included in the corporate boundaries of cities and villages.

The difference between "township" and "town" often confuses the public. In Wisconsin, "township' refers to the surveyor's township which was laid out to identify land parcels within a county. Theoretically. a township is a square tract of land, measuring six miles on a side for a total of 36 square miles in the unit. Each township is divided into 36 sections. "Town", as the word is used in Wisconsin, denotes a specific unit of government. It's boundaries may coincide with the surveyor's township or it may look quite different. A Town may include one, parts of or several townships.

CITIES and VILLAGES, often referred to as "incorportated areas", govern territory where population is more concentrated. In general, minimum population for incorporation as a village is 150 residents for an isolated village and 2,500 for a metropolitan village located in a more densely settled area. For cities, the minimums are 1,000 and 5,000 respectively. As cities and villages are incorporated, they are carved out of the town territory and become independent units no longer subject to the town's control. The remainder of the town may take on a 'Swiss cheese" configuration as its area is reduced.

[Information above taken from "State of Wisconsin Blue Book 1997-1998"]

ProjectCopyright Notice: These generous contributions do not necessarily depict all tombstone photographs for a given cemetery. The source for many of the cemetery names and placenames on these pages come from Cemetery Locations in Wisconsin, 3rd edition, compiled by Linda M. Herrick and Wendy K. Uncapher. The book is published by Origins at 4327 Milton Ave. Janesville, WI 53546. All files on this site are copyrighted by their creator and/or contributor. They may be linked to but may not be reproduced on another site without specific permission from Tina Vickery [] and/or their contributor. Although public information is not in and of itself copyrightable, the format in which they are presented, the notes and comments, etc., are. It is however, quite permissable to print or save the files to a personal computer for personal use ONLY.

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