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Columbia County
(Lowville Township (Rio))
Ohio Settlement Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Ladwig, Frank and Anna - Sutfin, Cecil W. and Elaine J.

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Ladwig, Frank and Anna
LaMont, Blair
Lamphare, Elisha
Lamphare, Eunice
Lamphare, James
Lamphare, Sarah
Lane, William
Lang, Richard R. and family
Lange, Rudolf G. and family
Lange, Rudolph G.
Langmack, William A.
Larson, Ada H.
Larson, Andrew
Larson, Edward C.
Larson, Elmer
Larson, Hannah J.
Larson, Hans C.
Larson, Hubert O.
Larson, Mervin I.
Learmonth, James
Learmonth, Jane Mills
Learmonth, Violette A.
Leatherman, John
Lee, Ann and Mate
Lee, Charles
Leffington, Edna May
Leffingwell, Charles G. and Kristi G.
Leffingwell, Charles H.
Leffingwell, Ella E.
Leffingwell, Esther E.
Leffingwell, Guilford A.
Leffingwell, Herbert P.
Leffingwell, Myron Lynn
Leichtle, Violet
Leistiko, Phyllis E.
Leistiko, Rudolph G. and Emma B.
Leistikow, Russell A. and Shirley C.
Leroy, Joseph W. and Adelia A. Van Noy
Lerum, Arne and Annie
Lerum, Lewis and Inga
Lerum, Otto and Ingeborg
Lewis, Ben C. and Alice H.
Lewis, Carrie
Lewis, Celia M.
Lewis, Henry
Lewis, Lawrence M. and Tena L.
Lewis, Thomas and Lizzie
Lewis, Wilbur C. and family
Lien, Bert
Lien, Winifred
Lieske, Marilyn E. Cross
Lindgren, Sven J. and Nellie E.
Linquist, Charles John
Linquist, Susanna Hawes
Lobdel, Alice Cecelia Joh
Lohmiller, Lyall M. and Nina P. Peterson
Ludi, John
Ludwig, Henry J. and Marie M.
Ludwig, William A. and Ruth A. Hoel
Maas, William H. and Grace Barr
MacDuffie, unclear female
Mair, Carroll F. and Ruth M.
Manweiler, Robert
Manweiler, William and Lulu
Martin, Anna J. Romans
Martin, Glenn
Martin, James
Matsen, Beulah L.
Matsen, Hans and Alma
McConochie, Scott J.
McDuffie, Adeline
McDuffie, Joseph
McKenna, Catherine
McKenna, James and Catherine M. Ferris
McKenna, John
McKenna, S.H.
McKenna, S.S.
McKenna, Sam I.
Meredith, Ann
Meredith, Dennis L.
Meredith, Frank
Meredith, Myron
Meredith, Thomas
Meredith, unclear
Meredith, William
Merwin, Edwin B. and Alma C.
Merwin, not clear
Merwin, unclear
Mielke, Russell H. and Florence J. DeGroff
Miles, Maurice J. Jr. (Bud)
Millard, Lillian May
Miller, Clinton M.
Miller, Lela
Miller, Robert and Ann
Miller, Russell C. and Iris D.
Miller, Russell C.
Milline, Thomas
Miner, Dio E.
Molstad, Emil C. and Ella R.
Molstad, Paul B.
Monr, George
Monson, Herbert O. and Vonda Amanda
Moore, Wayne and Dagny
Morauske, Andrew S.
Morgan, John
Morris, Joseph
Nehring, Christina
Nelson, Arnold E. and Ada J.
Nelson, Arthur J.
Nelson, Carl (Doc)
Nelson, Charles A. and Christina M.
Nelson, Christian
Nelson, Esther H.
Nelson, Gordon A.
Nelson, Ingbret
Nelson, Nels A. and Esther
Nelson, Olaf M. and Mildred J.
Nelson, Tilde M.
Nielsen, Soren A.
Nintzel, Arthur C. and Anna M.
Nintzel, John C. and family
Nintzel, Sophia
Nintzel, William P.
Noble, Charlotte
Noble, Emma
Noble, Oliver
Noble, Solomon E.
Noble, Sylvester
Noble, unclear
North, Alfred R. and Martha A.
North, James R. and unclear M.
Oehlert, Walter E. and Bertha A.
Ohio Cemetery Sign
Olson, Alfred
Olson, Anna
Olson, Anton
Olson, Carl O. and Opal L.
Olson, Chris and Grace May
Olson, unclear male
Ommen, Reemt Aberham
Ormson, Malinda
Osterholt, William M. and Wanda S.
Owen, Daniel Morgan
Owen, Silas E. and Esther L.
Palmer, Chloe
Palmer, Darius
Palmer, Fred H. and Elizabeth
Palmer, Frederick M.
Palmer, George S.
Palmer, H.E.
Palmer, Harry L.
Palmer, James H. and Lydia Ann
Palmer, Robert C. and Ann B.
Parker, Edward B. and Stella E.
Parker, Estelle M.
Parker, Keith L.
Parker, M.
Parker, Miles A. and Lizzie M.
Parks, James
Paulson, A. Ralph
Paulson, Anna
Paulson, Maynard C.
Paulson, Maynard
Paulson, William
Peck, Florence Elizabeth
Peck, Luther Hoyt
Peck, Ralph D. and Anna
Peck, Ruth Hoyt
Peck, Sarah Elizabeth Batty
Petersen, Nellie
Petersen, Soaren C. and Marion C.
Peterson, Carl H. and Esther I.
Peterson, Clarence
Peterson, George and Maxine
Peterson, Harold and Lillian
Peterson, Ingeborg E.
Peterson, John William and Mary L. Donner (Murphy)
Peterson, Martin A.
Peterson, Nils C. and Tonetta
Peterson, Oscar C.
Phelps, Eliza
Phelps, George M. and Edith C.
Phelps, Gertrude
Phelps, Martha
Phelps, Milo
Phelps, unclear female
Phelps, Wealthy
Pinck, Paul J. and Alma R.
Porter, Albert L. and family
Pratt, Gladys
Pratt, Ross and Gladys
Pratt, Ross
Pribbenow, Erwin H. (Erv) and Bonnie G.
Pribbenow, Harry J. and Edna M.
Price Ellen H.
Price, Blanche C.
Price, E. Clay
Price, Eda Otilda (Tillie)
Price, Elmore E.
Price, John S. and Victoria
Price, Kenneth J. and Doris A.
Price, M. Cleighton and Sandra J.
Price, male infant
Price, Maurice A.
Price, Roscoe C.
Price, Stewart and Elizabeth
Curtis, Lavinia C. and family
Price, Wayne B. and Carol Catherine
Pritchard, Mary Perry
Pulver, Alvin D.
Pulver, Byron and Anna Jacobson (Ann)
Pulver, C. Guy and Bessie
Pulver, Delbert L. (Deb) and Gladys H.
Pulver, Delbert L.
Pulver, Dewey and Pearl E.
Pulver, Homer W. and Minnie L.
Purcell, Kenneth P. and family
Purcell, Roderick and Cecil M.
Raabe, Edward and Martha H.
Raabe, Emil
Raabe, Ervin A.
Raabe, Ida
Raley, Timothy Robert
Rapa, Robert L. and Cpl. Kenneth L.
Rarick, George and Mary scott
Rarick, Lloyd D.
Rarick, Margaret
Rarick, unclear and Sarah
Redetzke, Hilda E.
Reierson, Oliver and Anna
Riddle, Gordon J. and Evalina J.
Rio rail wreck grave marker
Risgaard, Ernest H. and Florence M.
Risgaard, Richard Alan
Ritter, William and Ruth
Robbins, Burnam E. and Emma J. Johnson
Robbins, Daniel and Mercy
Robbins, Edwin
Robbins, Glenn B.
Robbins, unclear
Robbins, Verne F. and June N. Steiger
Robertson, Carroll D.
Robertson, Emily
Robertson, Esther
Robertson, John
Robertson, Nettie
Rodberg, Alfred and Florence
Roelke, Eliza
Rounds, Ellen Matilda
Rudd, Terry R. and Daphne Letcher
Rutschi, Johan
Salisbury, Alfaretta
Salisbury, Alonzo
Salisbury, Charles
Salisbury, Clarence L. and Anna Scott
Salisbury, George
Salisbury, Maud Struble
Salisbury, Nancy J.
Sande, Christen J.
Sanden, Harden and Viona
Sanden, male infant
Schloesser, Raymond C. and Harlan V.
Schluckebier, George D. and Sandra A.
Schluckebier, George W. and Violet R.
Schmidt, Reinard M. and Anna M.
Schmidtke, Edward and Agnes
Schneberger, Clarence O. and Marie A.
Schrader, Arnold E. and Ruth E.
Schreiber, Frank G. and Maysel J.
Schwabland, John and Margaret
Scott, Annie B.
Scott, James T. and Frances Menter
Scott, Jane
Scott, Jennie
Scott, Joshua
Scott, Kennedy
Scott, Ralph M. and Mabel
Scott, Samuel and Caroline C.
Scott, Sarah
Scott, Wm.
Seemann, Gustav A. and Leonora I.
Segerson, Hans and Bessie
Segurson, Infant male
Selje, Hans O.
Selje, Maye E.
Selje, Oscar C.
Selje, Sjor O. and Ida
Semonson, Albert H.
Semonson, Karen
Semonson, Olaf H. and Elverna
Semonson, Ole and Sena
Semonson, Ralph N. and Dianne M.
Semonson, Tillie L.
Severson, Arnold J. and Esther A.
Severson, Ella M.
Severson, Hans B.
Severson, Lewis B.
Severson, Lorraine J. Maas
Severson, Milan A. and Wanda J.
Severson, Sever B. and Carrie Johnson
Shew, Bert
Shew, Claude H. and Esther L. Boehm
Shew, Gilbert E. and Geneva A.
Shew, Mrs. Bert
Shew, Roy M.
Shriver, Cecil F.
Shriver, Mabel
Shriver, Robert J. and Mattie
Shults, Langrave and family
Shurtliff, Jason
Shurtliff, Urvilla C.
Siegel, Curtis H.
Sign for unmarked grave
Sigurson, Ole and Nina
Sines, Henry and Gertrude
Sines, Josephine
Sines, Samuel and Annie
Slinger, Harry T. and Alice J.
Smith, Barbara A.
Smith, Larry E. and Deanne L. Bornfleth
Smith, Louis and Louise (twins)
Smith, Lyle K. and Nona S.
Smith, Paul H. and Ruby M. Cowley
Smythe, Mary M.
Sockrider, Michael Kent
Sparks, Catherine
Spaulding, Charles C. and Amelia
Spaulding, Charles C.
Spaulding, Clifford
Spaulding, E. J.
Spaulding, Isaac and Mary Ann
Spencer, Charles
Spring, Fred J. and Arlouine Price
Staveness, Obert J. and Opal C. Shew
Stevens, Katherine A.
Stewart, Darwin H. and Elizabeth V.
Stewart, James C. and family
Stewart, Joseph W. and Family
Stoddard, Salmacius B. and Anne B.
Stokes, Birdie May
Stokes, Martha Jane
Stokes, unclear
Storandt, Walter E. and Dorothy M.
Strauss, Blaine T.
Strauss, Charles W. and Ruth A.
Strauss, Walter G. and family
Stroebel, Victor L. and Alma F. Sahm
Sugden, Harlan N. and Beverly R.
Sugden, Susan
Sugden, Warren O. and Minnie B.
Sunde, Walter W. and Lorene M.
Sutfin, Cecil W. and Elaine J.

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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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