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Columbia County
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Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Adams, Marilla
Arries, Andrew D.
Arries, Archibald and family
Arries, Elizabeth C.
Arries, Jane
Arries, Mansfield Sr.
Arries, Mansfield
Ashley, Nancy A. and Eaton, Judith F.
Ayer, Horace M. and Sarah A.
Bacon, Carlos
Bacon, Clara
Baird, Jennie M.
Baird, Margaret
Baird, unclear
Barnet, John
Bartholomew, Arvilla
Bartholomew, George M.
Bartholomew, George
Bartholomew, James C. and Mary E.
Bartholomew, Joseph M.
Bartholomew, Minerva
Bartholomew, Mollie S.
Bartholomew, Sarah C.
Bartholomew, Susan C.
Bartholomew, Walter Elmer and Carrie Burlingame
Benjamin, David
Benjamin, Jennette
Benjamin, Margaret Chrislaw
Boisington, Isaac
Bowman, Rev. Joseph and wives
Boyce, Abram
Boyce, Frank M.
Boyce, Merritt
Boyce, Sarah Town
Boyce, unclear
Bradley, Frank and Emma
Bradley, H.C.
Bradley, Julia A.
Brereton, Margaret
Brereton, Nellie Fellows
Brereton, unclear female
Brown, Hannah
Brown, Joseph and Emeline
Brownrigg, Jacob
Buchanan, Elmer J. and Sadie C.
Bunker, Herbert and Marian A.
Cady, Ida S. Reynolds
Caldow, William A. and Doris M.
Carncross, O. and Mae
Cass, Ezra W.
Cass, Harriet
Cass, Henry W.
Chandler, Alvira Carr
Chase, Amos B. and Anna M.
Chase, Hannah
Chrisler, Cora
Cleland, Mary J.
Clements, Alfred
Clements, Susan
Clements, unclear
Collin, Job
Cooley, Antoinette
Cooley, Isabella
Cower, CeCelia A.
Cower, Horatio N.
Cronk, Mary Gilbert
Crowley, James
Davis, Amelia J.
Davis, Edwin N. and Rose L.
Davis, Edwin
Davis, Elizabeth
Davis, Evert
Davis, Franklin E.
Davis, Nelson
Davis, Roger E.
Dearborn, unclear and Lucina
Doane, P.B. and Eliza J. Rapp
Dorne, Christina
Drew, Harry G. and Janette G.
Dwinnell, John Bliss and Maria C.
Eaton, Edwin
Eaton, Emily A.
Eaton, James O. and Mary M.
Eaton, Sophia Georgia
Edwards, Wm. H. and Ellen N.
Everson, Raymond L.
Falkenstein, unclear and Anna M.
Flanders, Clarence G.
Flanders, Dorcas
Flanders, Genevieve
Flanders, Samuel and Hannah
Foote, Elmina Fisher
Forster, George F. and Joy A.
Freye, Catherine
Freye, Hiram
Freye, John
Freye, Lydia
Freye, unclear
Furguson, Margery
Gardner, Edwin and Lucina Colburn
Gesell, Chas. G.
Gesell, Chas.
Gesell, Mary
Gill, C. and Stella M.
Goebel, unclear Mills
Goldspohn, William and Friederike
Goodall, Nathaniel
Gordon, Geoprge O. and Flora D.
Gottschall, Annie
Gottschall, Everett and Eleanor M.
Gottschall, Frank
Gottschall, Lettie
Gottschall, Solomon and Loretta
Graham, William R. and Arvilla
Granat, Albena Kozel
Granat, John
Green, Martha
Groves, children
Groves, Elma I.
Groves, Emma A. Herr
Groves, Frank W. and Shirley A.
Groves, Frank W.
Groves, Harold Martin and Helen Hoopes
Groves, Theodore F. and family
Groves, William F. and Amy Loper
Groves, Wm. and Susan
Gunderson, Julian
Harrisin, Ann
Helmke, Addie
Hidde, Abraham
Hidden, John T.
Hinds, D.H. and Sarah
Hinds, Lemuel P. and Sylvia A.
Hinrichs, Otto H. and Talea Elisabeth
Holborn, Christopher and Marie Ann Stephenson
Holborn, Timothy
Holdridge, children
Holdridge, S.A.
Hook, H. and Alice E.
Hook, John
Horton, Everette E.
Hunt, George C. and Nyna M.
Irwin, Bryson
Irwin, E. Howard and Sarah E.
Irwin, Sallie Howard
Jenck, Abram and Anna Mariah
Jencks, Amos D. and Mary Orcelia
Jencks, Hiram and unclear
Johnson, Chas M. and Adna
Johnson, Gordon A. and Irma A.
Johnson, Mary
Johnson, Merrick and Clara
Kimball, George E. and Maria L.
Kingsley, Amherst S.
Kingsley, Darius H.
Kingsley, Elizabeth S.
Kingsley, Elizabeth
Kingsley, Marinda
Kingsley, Porter
Kohn, Alex and Verna C.
Krueger, Donovan A. and Ruth A.
Lamont, Albert A. and Sarah M.
Lamont, Wm. R.
Leatherberry, Opal Irene
Leatherberry, Thomas J.
Leatherberry, Tressie L.
Lewis, Laura Holborn
Lewis, Lewis and Annie
Licht, George and Ethel
Longevealle, George and Marel
Loomis, Henry
Lough, Ripley M. and Hannah F.
Lovering, Albert
Lovering, Betsey Kent
Lovering, Frank and Eliza
Lovering, Jane
Martin, Elizabeth
Martin, Emma M.
McCaughan, Alexander
McCaughan, Charles
McCaughan, Margaret
McDonald, Daniel and Gertrude
McElroy, Harry J.
McFarland, Robert W.
McFarland, Robert
McFarlane, Joseph and Ellen
McFarlane, Joseph Ray and Annie May
McIntosh, Delilah
McIntosh, Laura
McIntosh, William
Mead, Jessie M.
Mead, Lucius H.
Memorial Stone - side 1
Memorial Stone - side 2
Memorial Stone - side 3
Merryman, Wm. and Angela
Miller, Allan W.
Miller, Chauncey
Miller, Clinton George
Miller, Georgia Lou
Miller, Philip R.
Mills, Job and Mary A.
Mitchell, Catherine Bookee
Mitchell, Emiley
Mitchell, Morris
Mitchell, Tommie and family
Mosher, Jennie and Elizabeth
Mosher, John C. and Philinda
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Sign
Narragong, Libby G.
Nirragong, unclear female
Nott, Welcome S. and Josephine
ODell, Joan
ODell, Wm.
Ogilvie, Jacob and family
Overton, Henry F.
Overton, Robert and Jane M.
Padley, Hamilton S. and Minnie F.
Padley, Job E. and Clara L.
Palmer, Herbert and Nellie
Parke, Henry D. and Elizabeth L.
Parke, Joseph Embly and Mariamna Kingsley
Pashley, Samuel
Pashley, unclear Johnson
Paton, Adam and Jean
Patterson, Lila
Patterson, mother
Patterson, Sarah
Patterson, unclear
Paul, Ellen L. Pashley and Nellie
Paulson, Jennie Granat
Perry, G.A. and Ida E.
Perry, Oscar
Phinney, Horatio and Emily
Phinney, Susan A.
Pool, Syntha A.
Porter, John E. and Maria Brown
Porter, Rollie
Pruyn, Joel and Sophronia F.
Purcell, Nettie F. Cronk
Rathbun, Job
Rathbun, John W. and Hall, E. Alonzo
Rathbun, Johnny
Rathbun, Sophia
Reynolds, Albert N.
Reynolds, Gilbert E.
Reynolds, Ralph C.
Reynolds, Sylvester and Hannah C.
Reynolds, Wm. G. and Cornelia
Rice, Orrin S. and Emma C.H.
Riddle, George
Riddle, Iris
Riddle, Mary
Riddle, Samuel and Maria S.
Riddle, unclear male
Robertson, David and wives
Robertson, Frank L.
Robinson, Agnes
Russell, Mary Pashley
Schlosser, Fredericka
Schlosser, Henry (male infant)
Schlosser, Henry
Schlosser, Louis and Jessie
Simons, Freedom
Smith, Albert
Smith, Rev. Lucius
Sodders, Amelia
Sodders, Bertha Hageman
Sodders, Ira A.
Sodders, Sherman and Myrtle
Stanley, Augusta F.
Stanley, Daniel
Stearns, Rev. O.D.
Steckelberg, Albert L. and Lorna Groves
Steckelberg, Donald Lovering and Elva Bergmann
Steckelberg, Ettie Lovering
Steckelberg, male infant
Steckelberg, Wm.
Steele, Eliza
Steele, Nancy Dunshee
Stevenson, Margaret Kenneth
Stevenson, Thomas and Janette
Storie, Agnes C. and family
Storie, Dora
Storie, Marena
Storie, Robert and Sarah Groves
Storie, Robert J.
Storie, Robert Sr.
Storie, Thomas and Margaret
Summers, Isabella
Summers, Wm.
Templeton, James
Thomas, J. Austin and M. Hidden
Tietsworth, Myra M.
Tirrill, Edward
Tirrill, Lucy
Tirrill, Timothy
Todd, A.W.
Todd, Rev. M.C.
Waffle, Almira
Waffle, Sebastian
Watson, Margaret Rebecca
Watson, Samuel H.
Wells, Charlotte
Wells, Edgar and Maggie B.
Wells, Orpha
Wells, Rebeca J.
Wells, Shalor
Wells, Silvia A.
Wells, Syntha A.
Wells, T.S.
Wells, W.L. and Mary R.
Wilkin, John and Louisa
Wilson, Maurice I.
Wilson, Robert M. and Mary K.
Wilson, Rodney
Wilson, Wyman
Wood, John H.
Yamper, Nicholas
Yope, Frederick
Yope, Mary
Yule, Ernest and Calla M.
Zumstein, Ida

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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.

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