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Columbia County
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Ohio Settlement Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Edwards, Ernest and Edith - Kyarberg, Hans

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Edwards, Ernest and Edith
Einerson, Syvert and unclear
Erdman, Herman O.
Erdman, Herman
Erdman, Louis and Angie
Erdman, Marie J.
Erdman, Otto and Verna
Erdman, Timothy J.
Erdman, William F.
Ethun, Archie and Achsah
Evenson, Joseph J.
Fadness, Andrew C. and Elva L.
Ferris, Alex
Ferris, Alexander
Ferris, Edith
Ferris, John
Ferris, M.
Ferris, Mary
Fiala, James F.
Figor, John D. and Alice H.
Finch, F.W.
Finney, Emelia
Fish, unclear and Julia
Fisk, Edwin and family
Fisk, Elsworth
Fleming, Thomas L. and Donna Roma Dunlap
Folsom, Byron F.
Fredricksen, Gerald Wayne (Jerry)
Gano, James J.
Gano, Mary
Gardner, Lloyd W. and Isabel Aldrich
Gaskill, unclear
Gaskill, William and Jane A. Stewart
Gates, Caldwell
Gates, Cleve D.
Gates, Martha J.
Geilfuss, Richard C. and June Leichtle
Gilbert, Charles L.
Gilbert, Jonathan
Gilbert, Orrin O.
Gilbert, Rachel
Gilbertson, Harold Sanford and Florence E. Wittman
Gleiter, Earl W. and Patricia
Gleiter, George J. and Ada L.
Gleiter, Henry and Meta
Gleiter, Sidney Allan
Goodman, Ellen A.
Goodman, Price H. and Carrie R.
Graves, James W. and family
Grieser, Edith E. Cowley
Grimsby, Henry O. and Karen L.
Griswold, Bertha J.
Griswold, James T.
Griswold, Winford P.
Gunderson, Alice I.
Gunderson, Augon
Gunderson, Lewis and Margette G.
Gunderson, Thomas G.
Gunderson, unclear
Haanin, Andrew C. and Erna O.
Hagen, Irving M. and family
Haggerty, Florence C.
Hall, Adell M.
Hall, Adison
Hall, Alfred T.
Hall, Augusta I.
Hall, Charles
Hall, Daniel F.
Hall, David Daniel
Hall, Earle E. and Kathryn E.
Hall, Edmond W. and Hazel
Hall, Emma Dunkley
Hall, George and Sarah A.
Hall, Kate E.
Hall, Nora M.
Hall, unclear
Halle, Frank
Halvorson, Evelyn C.
Halvorson, Mary H.
Halvorson, Walter T. and Marion O.
Hanna, Ginger Ervene Taber Hanson
Hanson, Anna
Hanson, George A.
Hanson, Hans A. and Mena M.
Hanson, Herbert and Emma A.
Hanson, Levi
Hanson, Lloyd and Evalynn
Hanson, Mildred A.T.
Hanson, Minnie E.
Hanson, Ole
Hanson, Syrus Stanley
Hanson, Tilla
Harris, Ellsworth and Hazel E.
Harris, J.M.
Harris, Mary
Hartley, Dell W. and Ann R.
Hartley, Dell
Hartley, George and family
Hartley, James Alfred
Hartley, Joseph L. and Sarah E.
Hartley, Josephine
Hartley, Lyell J.
Hartley, Lynn H.
Hartley, Richard
Hartley, Robert W.
Hartley, Will and Adelaide
Hartley, William and Anne
Hauge, Olaus H. and Gladys B.
Hawes, Ernest R. and Naomi M.
Hawley, Glen and Violet E.
Hazlett, E.E. and Cora A.
Hazlett, James and Gladys
Hazlett, Mary
Heath, Walter H. and Ruth D.
Heft, Gordon H.
Heft, Gordon R.
Heft, Hazel E.
Heft, Herman F. and Emma
Heft, Herman F.
Hendrickson, Andrew G.
Hendrickson, Bert
Hendrickson, Clarence
Hendrickson, Ethel
Hendrickson, George
Hendrickson, Harold and Tone
Hendrickson, Henry S. and Mae Belle
Hendrickson, Herbert A.
Hendrickson, Hubert
Hendrickson, Mabel
Henry, Mary
Henry, Thomas E. and Joyce R.
Herreman, Asa G. and Anna A.
Herreman, Gily W. and Margaret
Herreman, Lyle Asa
Herreman, Marion
Herreman, Orlando A. and Mary A.
Hill, William J.
Hiller, Edith L.
Hiller, Irene A. Bernander
Hiller, Irma A.
Hiller, Lelah M.
Hiller, Lester C.
Hiller, Ralph L.
Hinzman, Kirk F.
Hinzman, Roger A. and Beverly
Hinzman, Roland E. and Alice L.
Hoel, George and Iva
Hoel, Gerald Arthur
Hoel, Ronald E. (Grizz)
Holly, Charles and Margaret
Holly, Charles C. and Harriett M.
Holly, Clarence A. and Etta May
Holly, Clora L.
Holly, Edith
Holly, Henry W. and Esther A.
Holly, Levi and Virginia
Holly, Wayne S. and Cindy S. Wylesky
Holverson, Richard I. and Julia M.
Hon, James and Gladys
Hon, Leopold and Sophie
Hookham, Frederick W. and Ruth M.
Hubbard, Carrie Noble
Huebner, Erma and Elenora
Huebner, Frieda A.
Huebner, mother
Huebner, Paul E.
Huebner, Wm.
Hughes, William and Gladys A.
Huntley, Henry
Hurd, Harvey and Pearl
Hurd, Rodney and Nettie Peterson
Hurlbert, Homer
Hurlbert, unclear
Hurst, Benjamin T. and Margaret J. Budd
Hutchinson, Fanny L.
Hyne, H. Rudy and Anna B.
Ingle, Norman and Ruby Ketchum
Ingram, Elizabeth
Ingram, Esther
Ingram, J.
Ingram, John
Ingram, May
Ingram, Oren
Ingram, Orin
Ingram, Sara
Ingram, Sarah
Ingram, T.
Ingram, Thomas E.
Ingram, Thomas Jr.
Ingram, Thomas
Ingram, Vaughan
Irwin, Archie J. and Daisy B.
Itzen, Doris E.
Jackson, Charles H.
Jackson, Jane M.
Jackson, R.T.
Jacobson, Floyd R. and Hazel C. Hendrickson
Jacobson, Orville M. and Alma M.
Jakobson, Anna Lerum
Jakobson, Johan
James, Agnes Semonson
Jameson, Sidney J. and Shirley I. Cuff
Janisch, William and Louise
Janson, Nellie Ann
Janson, Walter E.
Jennings, Alfred C. and family
Jennings, David and Phoebe D. Kellom
Jennings, Delia A. Meredith
Jennings, Homer D.
Jennings, Melvin
Jennings, Norman S. and Alice B.
Jennings, Sumner and Mary J.
Jennings, William C. and Alice Smith
Jobbins, E. Palmer
Jobbins, James and Harriet
Jobbins, Maria
Johnson, Albert B. and Elveda M. Pulver
Johnson, Arthur
Johnson, Austin and Anna
Johnson, Capt. L.B.
Johnson, Chester B.
Johnson, Dennis Christian and family
Johnson, Elmer W. and Cora O.
Johnson, Evelyn
Johnson, Glen R. and Ava L. Wheeler
Johnson, Henry and Maria
Johnson, Herman J.
Johnson, John L. and Inga J.
Johnson, Leonard C. and Hilda
Johnson, Leonard C. Jr.
Johnson, Willard R. and Arlene A.
Johnson, William A.
Johnson, William
Jones, Howard and Theresa P. Cowley
Kaasa, Andrew Johnson and Anna
Kaiser, Wyman A. (military plaque)
Kaiser, Wyman A. and Carol
Kampen, Ross O. and Jean L.
Kearney, Ada B.
Kearney, Arthur W.
Kearney, Edward T. and Amanda B.
Kearney, Everett E.
Kearney, James C. and Rosella D. Johnson
Kearney, Norman H. and Gladys M. Gleiter
Kehoe, Joseph W. and Esther A.
Kellogg, W.W.
Kelly, Elizabeth
Kelly, Hugh
Kemfp, Jerome A. and Etta Mae
Kenyon, Amos and Fidelia E.
Kerr, Wendy lou
Ketchum, Carl D. and Evelyn M.
Ketchum, Eldred W. and Donna J.
Ketchum, mother
Ketchum, Norman C. Sr.
Ketchum, Ralph D. and Mabel W.
Kittleson, Hans and Hannah
Kittleson, Hilman
Kittleson, Ole
Klawes, Neal W. and Dixie C.
Kohler, Elmer and family
Kohlwey, Terrence and Ruth E.
Kohn, Carl A.
Kohn, Carl and Alwina
Kommon, Charles A. and M.
Kramer, John W.
Kramer, Kenneth J. (Chubby) and Edith M.
Krause, Arno and Helen
Krause, Arno
Kyarberg, Hans

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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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