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Dane County
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St Marys Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Acker, Gerard
Acker, Raymond J. and Rose M.
Allen, Eugene and Mary
Allen, James and family
Bauhs, Adam and Anna Maria
Bauhs, Elizabeth
Bauhs, William and Margaret
Beauchamp, unclear and Ethel Parkinson
Bell, Anna G.
Bell, Anna
Bell, Henry
Bergen, Rosena
Bernardo, John T. and Claire H.
Birrenkott, Adolf and Anna J. Conrad
Birrenkott, Jacob and Elizabeth
Birrenkott, Jacob M.
Birrenkott, John and Katherine A.
Birrenkott, Joseph and Catherine
Birrenkott, Joseph J.
Birrenkott, Maria Clara
Birrenkott, Michael
Birrenkott, Peter J. and John J.
Birrenkott, Wilhelmine
Birrenkott, William
Blake, Leigh Kelely and family
Boland, Henry
Boland, Ludwig
Bollig, Henry J. and Wilhelmina
Bollig, Joseph
Bollig, Mary
Bowar, Billy Joe
Bowar, Charles
Bowar, Frank
Bowar, Fred and Henry
Bowar, Loren
Bowar, Lorenz and Sibilla
Bowar, S.
Bowar, Steven L. and Vicki T.
Brannan, Frank and Mary Ann
Brannan, John and Maria
Brannan, Mary
Brannan, Patrick
Brannan, Rodger and Mary
Brannan, Rodger W.
Brannan, Thomas W. and Kate Guerten
Breuch, John and Anna
Breuch, John
Breuch, Peter
Brown, Ellen
Brown, Michael
Brown, Theresa
Brown, unclear and Margaret
Brunner, Gordon C.
Brunner, L. Francis
Buesseler, Mary M. Zedeker
Buesseler, Melchior and Anna Mueller
Callaway, Catherine V.
Callaway, Donald D. and Nancy L.
Callaway, Douglas D.
Carey, Leonard T. and Bernice M.
Carroll, Wm.
Carter, John C.
Casey, Bernard M.
Casey, Ellen
Casey, Margaret M.
Casey, Margaret T.
Casey, Mary and Margaret
Casey, Mary Ann
Casey, Mary
Casey, Michael
Casey, Patrick
Casey, Raphael J.
Casey, Simon F.
Casey, Timothy M.
Cavanaugh, Terrance and family
Connors, Michael
Connors, Patrick and Margaret
Connors, Raymond V.
Connors, Thomas R. and Agnes
Conrad, Melchior and Maria Josepha
Cook, Mary Kay
Coyle, Bernard M.
Coyle, Edward H. and Catherine
Coyle, James M.
Coyle, James P.
Coyle, John E. and Mary McEntee
Coyle, John H. and Elizabeth
Coyle, John J. and Dola Irene
Coyle, John P. and Sarah G.
Coyle, Joseph and James
Coyle, Mary Edna
Coyle, Patrick and Margaret
Coyle, Patrick J. and family
Coyle, Raymond
Coyle, Thomas and Mary
Coyle, Thomas Raphael
Coyle, unclear
Coyle, Virginia
Crimmens, Ellen and sisters
Cullen, Edwin J.
Cunneen, Mary and family
Dollhausen, John and Anna K.
Dollhausen, Katharine
Dollhausen, Katherine
Domini, Donald A. and Rosie C.
Domini, John and Agnes
Domini, Mary and Mary P.
Domini, Mathias and Susanna Hans
Domini, Matthias J.
Domini, Norbert and Arthur
Donahue, John
Donahue, Stephen
Donahue, Terrence and Bridget Cragh
Dunn, Dennis and family
Dunn, Joseph Carroll
Dunn, Patrick and family
Dunn, William Connolly and Catherine Carroll
Erickson, Aiden Connor
Esser, Debra Ann
Esser, John H. and Rosaline L. Birrenkott
Esser, Kathryn Ann
Farrell, Edwin J. and Joseph A.
Farrell, J. Timothy
Farrell, James and Ellen
Farrell, James C.
Farrell, John J. and family
Farrell, Joseph
Farrell, Lester R. and A. Selma
Farrell, Mary E.
Farrell, Mary T.
Farrell, Mary
Farrell, Richard and Anne
Farrell, Richard and family
Farrell, Richard J. and Annie G.
Farrell, Samuel
Farrell, Thecla Leo
Farrell, Timothy
Farrell, William H.
Fauls, Handy
Fauls, James
Flanagan, Sylvester W.
Flosdorf, Henry and Franziska
Gabelt, Dean Francis
Gabelt, Francis W. (Frank)
Gabelt, Gary L. and family
Gabelt, Joseph and Hazel
Gabelt, Joseph and Theresa
Gabelt, Mary D.
Gallagher, Bernard
Gallagher, Patrick and Ann
Gallagher, Thomas and Mary
Garbery, Joseph and Bridget
Garfoot, Ira L.
Garfoot, Iris H.
Gillespie, Annie and Mary Jane
Gillespie, Anthony and Catherine E.
Goebel, Michael Ludwig and Maria Anna
Goodwin, Kenneth L. (Ken) and Evelyn G.
Goodwin, William
Gruenewald, John
Guerten, Frederick and Mary
Guerten, Mathias
Gurlie, Maria
Gurten, Robert
Haack, Alois F.
Haack, Anna
Haack, John Francis
Haack, John
Haack, Maria
Haggerty, John
Haggerty, M.
Harms, Thomas G.
Hennessy, Johann and Catherine
Hennessy, Mary E.
Hennessy, Michael and Patrick
Hennessy, Michael
Hennessy, Patrick and Catherine
Holler, Wilbert A. and Angeline M.
Kalscheur, Arthur J. and Rose M.
Kalscheur, Donna Jean
Kalscheur, Frank
Kalscheur, Gertrude I.
Kalscheur, Herman J. and Helen
Kalscheur, Jacob and Josephina M.
Kalscheur, Johann Peter
Kalscheur, Johann
Kalscheur, Joseph and Jakob J.
Kalscheur, Joseph L.
Kalscheur, Lawrence and Josephine
Kalscheur, Rosa Eva
Kalscheur, Theresa C.
Kalscheur, Valentine and Elizabeth
Kalscheur, Wilhelm and Maria Theresa
Kalscheur, Wilhelm J. and Maria K.
Keenan, Ellen
Keleny, Arthur C. and Gertrude K.
Keleny, Florence
Keleny, John J. and Mary
Keleny, Lawrence
Keleny, Lorraine and Ilaine
Keleny, Mary
Keleny, Nellie
Keleny, Rufus H.
Kenaley, Maria
Kennedy, John F. and Carol Ann
Kenney, James and Nora R.
Kenney, James
Kenney, Mary A.
Kenney, Nora H.
Killelea, Dennis J. and Birute B. (Ruth)
Knutson, Dorothy M.
Konrad, Katharina
Krantz, Adolph M. and Catherine A.
Krantz, Carl
Krantz, Francis and Alfred
Krantz, Margaret
Krantz, Mathias and Lucia
Krantz, Theodor
Lauber, Pamela Jean
Lauber, Robert A.
Lauber, Theodore W. and Eleanor M. Ziegler
Laufenberg, Anton and Henrietta
Laufenberg, Harold M. and Dolores K.
Laufenberg, Johann
Laufenberg, John T
Laufenberg, John W.
Laufenberg, Lawrence J.
Laufenberg, Maria
Laufenberg, Mary
Laufenberg, Michael
Laufenberg, Theodor and Elizabeth
Laufenberg, Wm. and Elisabeth
Leary, Margaret
Leitelt, Edward J.
Leitelt, Isaac Edward
Loehrer, Hubert and Salome
Loehrer, John H.
Loehrer, Mary J.
Loehrer, William H.
Mackassey, John and Margaret
Mackassey, Maurice
Mackesey, Thomas and Nora
Mackey, Mary
Mahoney, John and Mary
Marks, Michael and Mary
McCauley, Bridget
McCauley, Thomas
McNally, Michael
Meacher, Tim
Meicher, Angela
Meicher, John and Clara
Miller, Mary Ann
Mohr, father and family
Molloy, Mary
Molloy, John and Mary
Monks, James and family
Monroe, Ethel K.
Morgan, Catherine
Murphy, Agnes L.
Murphy, Christopher
Murphy, Cornelius and Silas
Murphy, Dennis J.
Murphy, Henry
Murphy, John and Nora
Murphy, Margaret and family
Murphy, Michael and Margaret
Murphy, Patrick D. and Sarah Enright
O'Connell, David and family
Palma, Anton and Maria
Paltz, female infant
Paltz, John and family
Paltz, Nickolaus and Barbara
Paltz, Raymond J.
Parkinson, Daniel Patrick and Stella Keleny
Prunuske, Allen and Claudia J.
Quigley, Elizabeth
Quigley, Felix and family
Quigley, Isabella and daughter
Quigley, J.
Quigley, James and family
Quigley, James
Quigley, John and family
Rauls, Anna M.
Reichert, Susanna
Reiley, Elizabeth
Reilly, James and Margaret Tully
Reisdorf, Hubert
Reisdorf, William H. and Clare M.
Riphahn, Martin
Rubbert, Bertha J.
Rubbert, Didrich
Rubbert, Esther
Ryan, Ellen and female infant
Ryan, John and Bridget
Ryan, Nora
Ryan, William and Jennie
Schlatter, Edwin M.
Schmid, Walter J. and Mary K. Burns
Schmidt, John F. and Elaine M.
Schmitz, David and Diane (twins)
Schmitz, Donald L. and Anna A.
Schmitz, Edwin C.
Schmitz, George R.
Schmitz, John Sr. and family
Schmitz, Joseph and Margaret
Schmitz, Joseph and unclear
Schmitz, Romonia M.
Schmitz, William J.
Schoenberger, Donald F.
Schoenberger, Jacob John and Margaret Mary
Schonenberger, Albert P.
Schonenberger, Jacob Jr. (Jake)
Schwenker, Bernard C.
Schwenker, Herman and Elizabeth
Schwenker, Josephine Mary
Sharrow, unclear female
St. Mary of Pine Bluff Cemetery Sign
Sukowatey, Henry A.
Sukowatey, Mary Theresa
Sukowatey, Math. J. and family
Swiggum, Byron and Susan M.
Wahl, Maria C.
Wallraff, Elizabeth and Katie
Wallraff, John
Wayne, Sybella Garfoot
Welsh, John
Welsh, Mary
Wincl, Henry
Zander, Linus L. and Mary Jane V.
Zwettler, Bernard M.
Zwettler, Florian M. and Teresa C.
Zwettler, Serene Mary
Zwettler, Thomas 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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