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Columbia County
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St Marys Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Abraham, John
Abraham, Martin and Andrew
Amend, George J.
Arn, Joseph W. and Marie C.
Baggot, Jerome M. and Teresa M.
Baggot, Matt and Mary
Baird, Myron D. and Catherine
Bartosz, Edward J.
Bartosz, Francis
Bartosz, Stanislaus and Sussanna
Bauhs, Mark Steven
Beacom, Francis P.
Beckerjeck, Amelia
Beckerjeck, John
Beckius, Stevie John
Bernard, William
Bloomfield, Carl B.
Bloomfield, Catherine
Bloomfield, Edward
Bloomfield, Elizabeth
Bloomfield, Frank
Bloomfield, George and Sidney
Bloomfield, Joseph
Bloomfield, Louise
Bolting, Charles and Safroni
Bolting, Karl M.
Bolting, unclear and Fredericka
Bonifas, Carl and Rose
Bonifas, Nancy Louise
Boueher, William E.
Bowen, Laura M.
Branshaw, Richard F. and Donna M.
Brearden, James
Bremner, Charles A. and Nell
Brenner, John and Elisabeth Durr
Bresnan, Edward
Bresnan, Jerry T.
Bresnan, Johanna
Brisbois, Theodore
Britt, Bernard and family
Brodie, Catherine B.
Burchardt, John and Eva
Caber, Frank J.
Cadwell, Scott V.
Callahan, John and Margaret
Camilleri, Richard Donald
Canales, Alfredo M. Jr.
Carney, Thomas J.
Carroll, Mary
Carroll, Patrick
Casey, Cornelius
Casey, James
Casey, Mary
Christopher, T. and wives
Coffey, John
Cole, Mary Ann
Compo, Hannah
Conlon, Catharine and Ketchum
Conlon, Lawrence and Rose
Cook, Lawrence and family
Cook, Nellie Baird
Corbet, Patrick
Couch, Claude and Anna
Coughlin, Patrick and Johannah
Coyne, unclear male
Crawford, Charles
Crippen, Sarah Jane LaVigne
Cummane, Rev. John D.
Curry, John and Margaret
Cushing, Bridget
Cushing, Edward T.
Cushing, Esther
Cushing, Frank L.
Cushing, John
Cushing, John D.
Cushing, Rose
Dalton, Mary E.
Dassi, John B. and Barbara
Decorah, Mitchell
Deer, High
Deere, Raymond B.
Dempsey, James and family
Dent, Dr. W.B. and family
Desmond, Catharine O'Keefe and Mary E.
Desmond, John and Catharine Roche
Devine, Gretta C.
Devine, Jeremiah and Martin
Devine, Patrick and John
Devine, Richard A.
Devine, Richard J.
Devine, Thomas and Jane
Devine, William P.
Devlin, Charles M. and Lucy Horning
Devlin, Maude V.
Dolan, James
Dolleczeck, Joseph and Barbara
Donahoe, Michael and Mary
Dooley, John
Dowdell, unclear
Drinkwater, Catherine
Drinkwater, Elisabeth and family
Drinkwater, unclear
Drury, Mary
Duerr, Anton
Dunigan, John B. and Cathrine
Dunn, John and Hattie
Dunn, Mary
Durick, James and family
Dushek, Edward F. and Donna J.
Dushek, Frank and Frances
Dushek, Joseph and Mary
Eagen, John
Ehr, Charles P.
Ehr, Elizabeth
Ehr, Hilarius Jr.
Eulberg, Adam and Margaret
Eulberg, Raymond
Eulberg, Willie and Frank
Feeley, Catherine
Figueroa, Mariana
Fink, Elizabeth Ford
Finnegan, Michl' and family
Fitzharris, Mathew P.
Fleury, Lester A. and Margaret E.
Flynn, Jas. and family
Fogarty, Malick and family
Ford, Bridget
Ford, Michael and Catharine
Fowler, Patrick
Funk, Josephine
Funk, Leonard
Gavinski, Conrad M. and Esther A. Koeza
Geary, Wm. and Catherine
Giessel, Harold C.
Gloeckler, Bernard M.
Gokey, Napoleon
Grace, Edward
Grace, Robert
Graves, Edwin J. and Bessie H.
Graves, Elizabeth
Grier, Robert and Hannah
Grier, T.H.
Groener, Arnold G. and Beverly J.
Hagan, John
Hagan, Susanna M.
Haight, Mary A. Wolf
Haley, Annice
Haley, Mark and Mary
Hamilton, Agnes M.
Hannifan, Daniel J.
Hayes, Mary A.
Hayes, Patrick H.
Hayes, Willard J.
Helm, Joh. L. and J.L. Wolf
Helmann, Henry and family
Helmann, Margaret Ward
Helmann, Valentine and Catherine
Hettinger, J.M.
Hettinger, John
Hewitt, Clarence
Hineline, Brian T.
Hirsch, Norman P.
Hogan, Albert and family
Hogan, Irving
Hogan, John
Horning, Albert
Horton, Rebecca Lynn
Howlett, Patrick and family
Hudson, Charles and Winifred
Hudson, Johnie
Hudson, Joseph and Frank
Hudson, Matthew and Wm.
Hurst, George W.
Hurtado, Ramona M.
Janku, Marie
Jeske, Roberta L.
Jewett, Anna M.
Johnston, Norman W.
Joyce, Thomas and Mary
Kaiser, Frank J. and family
Kaiser, Joseph and unclear
Kanzenbach, Evelyn E. McMahon
Kelley, Ellen
Kelley, Laurence
Kelly, William and family
Kiefer, Katharina
Kieffer, Frank Ludwig and Jacobienene
Kieffer, Magdelena
Kieffer, Martin
Kieffer, Peter
Kiley, John and Joanna
Kiley, Mary
Kiley, Thomas R.
Kinnan, Patrick
Kirwin, Mary
Kirwin, Mary (grave marker view)
Kirwin, Michael and family
Kleman, Frank M. and Florence M.
Knoblauch, Anton and Georgean
Knoblauch, George and Maria
Koberstein, Rosa A.
Koebler, Elizabeth
Koebler, Frank N.
Koebler, Franklin A.
Kotek, John and Matilda
Krejchik, Anthony Joseph
Krejchik, Charity Rose
Kremka, Anthony G. and Frances L.
LaBelle, Brent W.
LaFleur, Joseph
LaVell, Patrick and family
LaVigne, Charles and family
LaVigne, Edward J.
LaVigne, Mary M. and infant male
Leng, George
Lennon, James and Bridget
Lennon, Patrick and Julia
Leonard, James M.
Lesser, Henry J. and Mary E.
Lindsay, Bridget
Lindsay, Charles
Lindsay, Joseph
Lindsay, Joseph and Mary
Lindsay, Joseph P.
Lindsay, Michael
Lindsay, Sarah E.
Lucas, Agnes
Lucas, Theodore and Marion
Luchini, Phyllis F.
Lynch, Michael and Martha
Macke, Paul H. and Eileen M.
Madden, James W. and family
Madden, Mary
Madden, Michael
Madden, N.
Madden, Nellie
Manteufel, Joseph F. and family
Marachowsky, Bernadine
McCabe, Edw.
McCabe, Peter
McCormick, Patrick
McCoy, Elizabeth
McCoy, Henry
McCoy, Henry and Ann
McCurdy, Alexander
McDonough, Peter
McKearny, William and family
McKenna, Mary
McMahon, Bryan and Winifred Keane
McMahon, Elizabeth A.
McMahon, Harold J.
McMahon, John and Catherine
McMahon, John B.
McMahon, Mabel L.
McMahon, Marilynn C. and Barby Ann
McMahon, Mary Jane and Demke, Jeremiah
McMahon, Michael F. and family
McMahon, Wilhelmina
McWilliams, Andrew
McWilliams, Dennis and Margaret
Mell, David
Milanowski, Alex and Tillie
Milanowski, Anthony A.
Mootz, Richard J. Sr.
Moriarty, John and Mary
Mulcahy, Daniel and Margaret
Mulcahy, Daniel T.
Mulcahy, Patrick and family
Mulcahy, Richard W.
Mulhern, Mary Ann
Mullen, Arthur B. and Catherine
Mulryan, Anna
Mulryan, William H.
Murphy, Ann
Newton, George P.
Newton, George P. and Eva E.
Nicolai, CeCilia
Noeth, Adam
Noeth, Mathilda
Okan, Brian D.
O'Keefe, Helen M.
O'Keefe, Richard J. and Helen A.
Pafford, Donald David
Paquette, Pierre
Pascavis, Keven James
Pate, Susan Ann
Petra, John and Josephine
Prescott, Mary
Pritchard, Daniel
Pritchard, Thomas C.
Ptaschinski, Donald B.
Ptaschinski, Jean L.
Radtke, Barbara C.
Richter, Janell Marie
Roche, Jas. and Johanna Costello
Roche, Maurice
Romdenne, Henriette Rubens
Romdenne, Jean B.
Romdenne, Jennie M.
Romdenne, Joseph H.
Romdenne, Leon G.
Romdenne, Louis J.
Ryan, Andrew
Ryan, Nell
Ryan, Patrick F. and Mary B.
Ryan, William and Mary O'Connor
Ryan, Wm.
Sachtschale, Edward and family
Sadler, Peter and Mary Mulcahy
Schliesman, Shannon D.
Schudda, August J. and Paulina
Schudda, Josephine
Schudda, Josephine A. and Johnie E.
Schwanz, Marie C.
Scott, Mary Harte
Sereg, Paul Matthew and Virginia
Shannon, Angela
Shannon, Henry and Anna
Sharkey, Charles K. and Elizabeth J.
Shaughnessy, John and Mary
Shaver, Samuel Thomas
Sheehan, John Henry
Sheehan, Patrick and Margaret
Sheehan, Patrick F. and Mary
Sinnott, Lawrence and family
Sinnott, Mathew and George B.
Smith, Patrick and family
Sohr, Ben W. and Grace M.
Spellman, May
Spellman, William Sr.
Splaine, Patrick and Hanora
Sroka, Theresa
St. Mary Cemetery Sign
Staudenmayer, John A.
Storfer, Barbara H.
Strong, Abel
Strong, Abel S.
Sweany, Andrew and John
Sweany, Bernard
Sweany, Catharine Frances
Sweany, Charles and Mary
Sweany, Michael A. and S.
Sweany, unclear and Mary
Tanner, I.P. and Margaret
Thomas, Michael
Tijerina, Gabrielle
Tinnes, Edmund M.
Truman, John
Turk, Casper and Mary
Vernon, Florence
Vernon, Miriam
Versen, Henry H.
Vosen, Daniel J. (Dan) and Mary E. Miller
Warren, Carl A.
Warren, Nathan Hale
Waugh, April M.
Weber, Frank and Barbara
Welch, Mary
Welsh, Martha Kirwin
Wendorf, Gerald K.
Whiteeagle, Wilson
Wielgus, John Joseph
Wiley, Mary
Williams, Francis A.
Williams, Wm. and Catherine
Wing, Virginia Lea
Woelflein, Alvina
Woelflein, George and Virginia
Woelflein, Henry F.
Woelflein, Henry J.
Woelflein, John V.
Woelflein, Mary
Woelflein, Victor F.
Woelflein, Walter
Woelflein, William
Wolf, John J. and Anna
Wolf, William
Wurst, Joseph and Barbara
Yelczyn, Mike
Young, John
Zander, Jeffrey John
Zander, Jeffrey John (picture on stone)
Zeitz, Clay M. and Stella B.

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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.

This page was last updated 20 November 2012