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Dane County
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Springdale Lutheran Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Albertson, Alfred and Lorina
Amundson, Karen
Anderson, Andrew L
Anderson, Christen and Marit
Anderson, Gabriel and Inger
Anderson, Maria
Arneson, Lars
Ayers, Stanley and Lillian F
Baker, Curtis P. and Mildred L
Baker, Elmer C. and Norma J
Baker, Leonard R. and Delma L. Stugard
Bakken, Chrystal A
Bakken, F. and M
Bakken, Halvor O. and Tilla Rosena
Bakken, Ingeborg
Bakken, Irvin H. and Esther O
Bakken, Marvin
Bakken, Matthew Jeffery
Bakken, Milton Carter
Bakken, Ole H
Bakken, Robert M. and Sophia D
Bakken, Wesley E
Bakken, Wesley F. and Chrystal A
Bangs, Carl E. and Rose M
Bangs, Carrie E
Bangs, Gustave H. and family
Bangs, Halvor K. and Gunhild M. Lee
Bell, Amy I
Bell, Walter F
Berge, John I
Berge, Johnnie G. and Mary Jane
Bieri, Irvin and Lou Ellen
Bieri, Walter and Irena
Bingham, Erling Oswald
Bingham, Toneta
Bohle, Carl J. and Alice
Bole, Engbe
Bortnes, Ole and Martha
Braaten, Halvor and Annalene
Brager, Alice M
Brager, Dorothy Ann
Brager, Georg and Anna
Brager, Ole P. and Marit O
Brager, Peter H
Brager, unclear
Branden, Ever P
Brenden, unclear
Brightbill, Dixie Burns
Brostuen, Amalia and family
Brostuen, Arne and Gurina
Brostuen, Sever A. and Anna
Brostuen, Talma G
Brown, Harry Lee
Brown, Laurell H. and Helena M
Byrge, Laura A
Byrge, Maurice L
Chancellor, David J
Chase, Bonita Kay Risic
Church on cemetery grounds
Cleveland, Charles Oscar and Luella Viola Bacon
Dahl, Erick O. and Erick O
Dahl, Lewis and Carrie
Dahl, Ole E. and family
Damman, Lee J. and Vera P
Edseth, Vernon and Constance
Eggum, Ben O
Eggum, Carrie and Susie
Eggum, John L. and family
Eggum, Lewis
Emerson, Mollie
England, Loren M. and Emma J
England, Martell L
Englund, Clifford T
Evans, Frederick Curtis (Curt) and Clara Delia Thompson
Fosshage, John and Mari
Fosshage, John
Fosshage, Sarah
Frye, Walter C. and family
Gebhard, Joseph
Gilbertson, Lyle B. and Inez V
Gladem, Glenn L
Gorden, Henry and Ole
Gorden, Ole T. and Betsy
Gpsal, Thomas
Graham, Mary Anne
Grann, Inger Dorthea and family
Grasdalen, Nels Halvorson and Segre Halvorson
Grinde, Ole A. and Britha
Haase, Synva Olson
Hall, Anna S. Lingard
Hansen, Harold E. and Hazel M
Hanson, Charles
Hanson, Mary
Hanson, Otto N. and Luella
Hausen, gertrude
Hermandsen, Toren
Heuser, Frederick O. and L. Ludell
Hoff, Arne H. and Ingri H
Holum, Andrew and Sigre
Hougrud, Ole Johnson and Kari
Hughes, James and Sarah
Huset, Dorthia T. and Olia T
Huset, Ole T
Huset, T. O. and Liv
Hustad, Duane A. and Sonia M
Iverson, Amelia E
Iverson, Amond
Iverson, Beulah
Iverson, Lawrence J
Johnson, Caroline
Johnson, Hendrick and Mari
Johnson, Willis S. and Mary J
Johnson, Willis S
Kahl, Ardell H. and Gertrude
Ketterer, Beth R. (Jug) and Joelle A
Kittelson, Dena M
Kittelson, Herman and Carrie
Kittleson, Lena
Kleven, Anna
Kleven, Iver
Knudson, Edwin N. and Lorraine B
Knudson, Lois Jean
Kobbering, E
Kobbervig, Alma
Kobbervig, Clara O
Kobbervig, Edward
Kobbervig, Henry O
Kobbervig, Martin O. and Marie
Lee, Albert
Lee, Andrew O
Lee, Andrew
Lee, Anna
Lee, Anton and family
Lee, Arnold Peter and family
Lee, Carrie
Lee, Ole A. and family
Lee, Ole A. and Siri
Lee, Ruben F
Lee, T. P. and Inger
Lehman, Herman F. and Lorna G
Lindlien, Knut and Marit
Lingard, Henry William
Lingard, Henry Wm. Jr
Lingard, Joseph E. and Agnes A
Lingard, Sophie
Luder, Samuel
Lunde, Andrew K
Lunde, Austin J
Lunde, children
Lunde, Clarence J. and Hilda T
Lunde, Constance
Lunde, Hans and Rhoda
Lunde, Kierste
Lunde, Knut K
Lunde, Rachel
Lyhushaugen, Ingeborg
Magnuson, Bernhard L. and Mae H
Magnuson, Edward and Ragnhild
Magnuson, Elmer T. and Pearl J
Magnuson, Hans and Nellie
Magnuson, Russell
Martin, Marty (Mr. Fabulous)
Mavis, Benjamin R. and Ella M
Melheim, Anfin
Mennes, Ole
Mickelson, Claus and jeanette
Mickelson, Iver M. and family
Midthun, Carlton A. and Leona E
Midthun, Tenney A. and Evelyne I
Miller, Eric
Moen, Hans P
Moen, Peter Hans and Julia
Monum, Arthur John and Ruth Gerke
Monum, Harold W. and Evelyn M
Monum, Richard A
Mueller, Samantha Jo
Norris, Marie Elizabeth
Nygord, Maria and Emelia
Nyhus, Kenneth I
Odegard, Foster K. and family
Offerdahl, Edward and Julia
Oimoen, Eleanore M
Oimoen, Julia E
Oimoen, Lillian I
Oimoen, Oscar A
Oimopen, Ruby A
Olson, Brita
Olson, Iver
Olson, Knute and family
Olson, Peter
Olson, Thor
Olson, Tomme
Ousterling, Earl L. and Ruth M. Skindrud
Peterson, Peter H
Peterson, Peter
Peterson, William and Esther Iverson
Petra, Hannah
Rockstad, Betsy
Rockstad, Evangeline B (2)
Rockstad, Evangeline B
Rockstad, G. O
Rockstad, Julia
Rockstad, Ole
Rockstad, Sever and Dels
Shutten, Joseph E
Shutvet, Ansten C. and Anna
Sime, Ole
Sime, Sophia
Skindrud, Annie
Skindrud, Arthur M
Skindrud, Arthur O. and Erik
Skindrud, Bertha
Skindrud, Eric T
Skindrud, Erik Olson and Daardi
Skindrud, Jerome M
Skindrud, Martin E. and Annie Ruste
Skindrud, Martin E
Skindrud, Orlando M. and Ruth L
Sletto, Arnold and Annie
Sletto, Ingeborg
Sletto, Mary
Sletto, not clear
Sletto, unclear
Snusgen, Ole
Solve, Andrew E
Solve, Botilda
Solve, Emma
Sorenson, Albert K
Sorenson, Arthur R
Sorenson, Cora J
Sorenson, Ella
Sorenson, Sarah K
Sorenson, unclear
Sorlade, John
Spaanem, Arlen R. and Elaine L
Spaanem, Betsie Ann
Spaanem, Charles A
Spaanem, Swein and Anna
Spaanem, Theodore B
Spaanem, Thore S
Spaanem, Thore T. and family
Spanem, Stanley and Sena
Sponem, Doylan A. and Winifred J
Sponem, Doylan A
Sponem, Knudt and Annie
Sponem, Ole A
Sponem, Tosten and family
Sponem, Trevitt A
Springdale Lutheran Cemetery sign
Springdale Lutheran Church sign
Starczynski, Mike J. and Myrtle A
Stenseth, Quintin and Hazel Bang
Stieren, Hans Geord and Valeska Urdahl
Stugard, Banford H. and Kathryn
Stugard, Barbara Jean
Stugard, Harald H. and Betsy Ann
Stugard, Harry Banford
Stugard, Helen Viola
Stugard, Johnie H
Swenson, George W. and family
Swiggum, A. and Goldie
Syvrud, Arthur H. and Amelia J
Syvrud, Dean R
Syvrud, Milford
Syvrud, Paul and Darren J
Taylor, John Earl
Thompson , Levor and family
Thompson, Annie T
Thompson, Deborah L. Hanson
Thompson, Earl L
Thompson, Gabriel J. and Pearl B
Thompson, George O. and Josephine
Thompson, Gilman M
Thompson, Grace T
Thompson, Henry T
Thompson, Julia and Anna
Thompson, Lawrence A. and Rosa E
Thompson, Melvin G. and Mabel
Thompson, Olai Bennett and Elisabeth Heckman
Thompson, Ole
Thompson, T. Alvah
Thompson, Tosten and Guri
Thorsen, Iver and Anna
Thorsen, Tom E. and Elia Brager
Thorson - Brostuen, family
Thorson, Alfred and Carine
Thorson, Andrtew E. and Dlena
Thorson, Henry and Berthina
Thorson, Martha
Thorson, Orville
Thorson, Thor L. and family
Thorson, Thore and Ingelief
Throndrud, Andrew G
Uglum, Amund G. and Beatrice T. Spaanem
Underwood, Donald J. and R. June Bakken
Urdahl, Andrias O
Urdahl, M. Marie
Urdahl, Mari
Urdahl, Mary
Urdahl, Ole
Urdahl, Thomas and Amalia
Urdahl, Thomas
Voramwald, Johann
Wold, Sever
Woolam, Lena
Woolam, Virgil M

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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.

This page was last updated 20 November 2012