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Columbia County
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St Patricks Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Anderson, Patricia
Angell, Donald G. and Yvonne M.
Bachmayer, Adam
Bachmeyer, father and mother
Bachmeyer, Norbert
Barber, Peter J. and Sophia M. Okulski
Benesh, James and Caroline
Benson, Richard T.
Benzmiller, Florence
Benzmiller, Frank X. and Katharine B.
Benzmiller, Harry B.
Benzmiller, Henry F.
Benzmiller, Robert F.
Benzmiller, Walter A.
Bingham, Patricia P.
Bladl, Charles W. and Ruth M.
Bohaty, Joseph J.
Breit, Mary A. Wartner
Brett, Marie Whalen
Breunig, William F. and Ella M.
Brisky, James F. and Marie E.
Buckley, Joan Marie
Butzen, James and family
Byrns, Dr. Lois E.
Byrns, Elizabeth
Byrns, John and family
Byrns, John E.
Byrns, Lewis and Catherine
Byrns, Lewis P. and Ellen Ryan
Byrns, Lillian
Byrns, Robert
Carberry, Robert F. and Marcella M.
Cavanugh, John and Bridget
Christian, Allan Thomas
Chval, John F. and Marie
Cline, Barbara A.
Cline, George A. and Anna L.
Cline, James E.
Cline, James F. and Lorraine O.
Cline, James N.
Cline, Norbert P. and Emmaline M.
Cline, Ruth E.
Cole, Tressa H.
Coyle, Edward M. and Luella F.
Crary, Clyde Sr. and Alice A.
Cyburt, Edward J.
Dalton, Earle J.
Dalton, Geraldine L.
Debevec, Ralph J.
Dolson, Harvey A. and Loza E.
Dorn, Patsy McIntyre
Dunn, Thomas J. (Tom) and Kathryn A. (Honee)
Eckstein, Mathias S. and Edna C.
Eckstein, Nicholas and Theresa
Eder, Teresa M.
Eichman, Marie A.
Erlmeir, Sebastian
Everson, Sylvester C.
Everson, Sylvester Earl
Fentress, Frank L. and Mary Ellen
Fisk, H. Hugh and Ivan
Fisk, Mark L.
Fitzgerald, Anna
Fitzgerald, Donald
Fitzgerald, James L. and Gertrude A.
Fitzgerald, Leo J. and Ineata R.
Fitzgerald, Mary A.
Fitzgerald, Michael F.
Fitzsimmons, John and Ellen
Fitzsimmons, Kate Byrns
Fleming, James
Fleming, John H.
Fleming, John V.
Fleming, Katharine
Forbeck, Sharon R.
Fullam, James
Gallagher, Thomas E.
Ganser, Adam
Ganser, Josephine
Graves, Jesse C. and Margaret
Haase, Catherine and female infant
Haase, Donald
Haberman, unclear
Hackl, Margaret
Hackl, Thomas
Hahn, Lyman T. and Laurne E.
Hare, Carol M.
Hart, Edward
Hart, Mary
Hartwig, Clarence B.
Heft, Frank
Heft, Gertrude
Heft, Lillian J.
Heft, Raymond
Hein, John and Susan
Hellenbrand, John J. and Frances A.
Helwig, Anna Truth
Hochstein, Amelia S.
Hochstein, John M.
Holak, Edward and Marie O.
Hornung, George J.
Horton, Helen Clara
Howard, Frank C.
Hummel, Herman and Cathrine
Jesman, Clara
Jesman, Joseph and Ellen
Jessup, William H. and Alice M.
Jimieson, John N. and Sherry L.
Kavalauskas, Peter P. and Albina B.
Kehoe, John and Ellen O'Keefe
Kehoe, John
Kenworthy, Peter Alan
Kjorlie, Melvin T. and Tharsilla A.
Klements, Frank and Mary
Knerzer, Milton D. and Carol
Koch, John L. and Anna S.
Kokesh, Albert
Kowalswski, Eleanor
Krainik, Mary
Kuehn, Kerry D.
Kuehn, Maynard J. and Evelyn M.
Kuehn, Rosemary T.
Kurrasch, Albert J. and Anna E.
Kurt, Travis R.
Kurt, unclear
LaBelle, Donovan R. and Flora B.
LaBuwi, Herbert Joseph and Margaret
Lamberty, Anna
Lamberty, CeCilia V.
Lamberty, Hubert
Lamberty, John
Lamberty, Marie
Lamberty, Matt
LaMere, Leo J. and M. Leona
Lantz, Frank and Magdalena
Lantz, Susan
LaReau, Edward
LaReau, Rene F. and Pauline A.
Leavy, James and Ann
Leavy, Thomas
Lement, Frank Jr.
Loff, Amos P. and family
Lonergan, Ralph J. and Janet
Lund, Margaret B.
Mabis, Donald A. and Viola A.
Mahana, Margaret
Maier, Peter M. and Margaret J.
Maney, Thomas R. and Lillian I.
May, Donald J. and Eileen E. Bebow
May, Ryan Michael
McAuley, father and mother
McAuley, Margaret and Harriet
McCartney, Jerry D.
McConvill, Bernadette
McConvill, Bernard M. and Frances
McConvill, John and family
McConvill, Margaret
McConvill, Sarah A.
McGowan, Gladys
McGowan, John and Catherine
McGowan, M.
McGowan, Mary B.
McGowan, Mary J.
McGowan, Mary
McGowan, R. Christopher
McGowan, Robert P.
McGowan, Robert
McGowan, Sarah J.
McGowan, Sarah
McGowan, unclear
McIntyre, James W.
McIntyre, Josephine E.
McIntyre, Reginold J. and Mareta E.
McKenna, Fred B.
McQuade, James
McQuaid, James and Anna
Meade, Gale R. and Victoria M.
Michels, John M. (Jack)
Michels, Paul R. and Arlene L.
Miller, Dale E.
Miller, Simon P.
Mitchell, Harley R. and Eleanor A.
Moen, Daniel and Ellen
Moen, Den E.
Moen, John David
Molony, Catherine
Molony, John J.
Molony, Louise M.
Molony, Mary E.
Molony, Robert J. and Anna M.
Molony, Thomas J.
Morrissey, Victor
Mulcahy, Charlene
Mulcahy, David A. and Helga K.
Mulcahy, Raymond and Pearl
Munz, Norbert and family
Nelas, James and Isabella
Nolden, Daniel P. and Mary Ellen
O'Connell, Daniel Sebastian
O'Connell, Ellen CeCelia
O'Connell, Geo.
O'Connell, Joanna Cushing
O'Connell, Mary Elizabeth
O'Connell, William and Frances CeCilia
Oien, unclear M. and gertrude
OKeefe, father
O'Keefe, Hannah
Oleson, Raymond L. and Lois M.
Olson, John A. and family
O'Meara, Donovan Daniel
O'Meara, Ellen
Paepke, Conrad and Elizabeth M.
Pelanek, Steve and Anna
Pelanek, Steve D. and Geraldine M.
Prem, John B. and family
Prem, Mary Jo Theresa
Pustaver, Frank J. and Jeanette
Pustaver, Norma Jean
Quin, John A.
Quinn, Bridget
Quinn, James P.
Quinn, James
Quinn, Joseph W.
Radl, Anna
Radl, Carl
Radl, John A. (Jack) and Frieda E.
Radl, Luretta
Reindl, Rosey
Reindl, Wenzel
Roos, Mary Elizabeth
Rotzoll, Margaret Treinen
Rugg, James R.
Ryan, Delbert Francis and unclear
Ryan, Dennis and Mary K.
Ryan, Donald M. and Josephine B.
Ryan, Edward D.
Ryan, Eugene F. and Mae H.
Ryan, Harry
Ryan, John and Elizabeth
Ryan, John W.
Ryan, Philip Francis
Ryan, Violet G.
Sandine, Betty
Schiffman, John H. and Ella
Schilling, Everett E.
Schmidt, Marvin J.
Schneider, Romie H. and Lorraine E.
Schoepp, Elsie M.
Schoepp, John F. and Pauline K.
Schoepp, Walter and unclear
Schulgen, Mathias and Mary
Schwoerer, Walter P. and Edith H.
See, Daniel J. and Alice M.
Simon, Herman A. and family
Smith, Dora A.
Smith, Edward P. and family
Smith, Ernest V.
Smith, Francis Leonard
Smith, John and Mary
Smith, Michael D. and Catherine
Soelle, Annie
Soelle, Carl
Soelle, Frances
St. Patricks Cemetery Sign
Stegman, Peter and Anna
Sutter, Raymond J. and Josephine S.
Tatro, George P. and Priscilla L.
Thomas, L.
Thompson, Edward C.
Thompson, Edwin M. and Rosalia
Thompson, George G. and Margaret J.
Thompson, Hugh F.
Treinen, Bernard F.
Treinen, Clarence and Opal Mae
Treinen, Edward and family
Treinen, Joseph A. and Linda E.
Treinen, Robert J.
Treinen, Roman E.
Treinen, Valentine and Jeanne
Treinen, Valentine M. and Barbara J.
Vanderpoel, Manley G. and Clara E.
Wall, John and Mary
Wartner, Andrew
Wartner, Anna
Wartner, Anthony and Grace
Wartner, Anthony N.
Wartner, Anton
Wartner, Haver and Rose
Wartner, Herman J. and Elizabeth
Wartner, Jerome J.
Wartner, Matthew J. and Johanna
Wartner, Matthias and Katherine A.
Wartner, Minnie
Wartner, Richard and Helen B.
Wartner, Rosemary M.
Weber, John C. and Elizabeth B.
Weisensel, Vernon J. Sr. and Billie J.
Werla, Henry and Gladys R.
Whalen Mary K.
Whalen, Bridget
Whalen, Frank
Whalen, James
Whalen, John M.
Whalen, Keran F. and Frances
Whalen, Keran F.
Whalen, Keran R.
Whalen, Marian E.
Whalen, Mary F.
Whalen, Thomas and Margaret
Whalen, William and Mary
Wipperfurth, Eunice C.
Wood, Elizabeth
Wood, John
Wood, Verna
Zeier, Lawrence J. and Elsie M.
Zeman, Arnold J. and Miriam R.
Zeman, Charles J. and Emma
Zeman, Ole A. and Marie A.
Zimmerman, Frederick L.
Zulick, Helen
Zulick, Louis F.

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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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