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Agerjord, Obert and family
Alme, Andrew and Sarah
Alme, Ener
Anderson, Alferd
Anderson, Andrew
Anderson, Heather Rae
Anderson, Herman
Anderson, Kristine
Anderson, Mary
Anderson, Ole H.
Anderson, Ole L. and Mary
Anderson, Torborg
Bachmann, Elizabeth
Bailey, Thura
Bakke, K.T. and family
Balzer, Carl Erwin
Beck, male infants
Beld, Gundla T.
Beld, Joseph and Caroline
Berg, Lauritz A. and Marie Brue
Berg, Louis Severin
Berge, Emma I.
Birkholz, Betty J.
Birkholz, Gail Marie
Bobeck, E. Linar and Marie H.
Boe, Albert M.
Boe, Sever and Josie C.
Brue, Anastacia Olszak
Brue, Erling J.
Brue, Julius and Florence
Calhoon, Loren B. and Abigail P.
Carlton, Minnie
Carroll, Harvard
Carroll, Ida Bakke
Christiansen, Axel
Christianson, Solomon and Mathilda
Cordell, Alvie
Cove, Lori Lynn
Culbertson, John F. and Patricia A.
Dahl, Cary Lewis
Dahl, Dolores Ruth
Dahl, Gertrude I. Covell
Dahl, Lewis
Dahl, Pauline
Dahl, Walter E. (Boola)
Dahl, Walter L.
Dahle, Alfred O. and Marie
Dahle, Anders A. and Brita
Dale, Oscar and Eleanor J.
Daley, Svennung Nicholson and Malina
Damp, DeWitt
Damp, Gladys
DaWalt, Viola M.
Degler, Darrel J.
Dolva, Chester L. and Marguerite E.
Dolva, Isaac
Dolva, Laura
Dolva, Louisa
Dolva, Ruth
Edwardson, Willard P. and Alberta L.
Eggum, Andrew I. and Olena B.
Eggum, Gjertrud
Eggum, Hermund E. and Susan L.
Eken, Iver and Johanna
Eken, Johan
Ellis, Claude W.
Ellis, Richard D.
Ellis, Tilda C.
Engesaether, family
Engesather, Jens
Engeset, Erick E.
Erickson, Carl J.
Erickson, Earl T.
Erickson, Eunice J.
Erickson, Laverne S.
Erickson, Mons and Anna
Erickson, Randie and family
Erickson, Susie
Erickson, Theodore and Marie
Esse, Anfin
Esse, Belle
Esse, Nora R.
Esse, Norman and Anna Belle
Esse, Palmer Gerhart
Ethun, Howard Artman
Ethun, Lars L. and Carrie
Ethun, Randie
Ethun, Simon and Josie D.
Ethun, Trulst
Everson, Marie
Farness, A.
Farness, Anna
Farness, Benj.
Farness, Benjamin
Farness, children
Farness, Gertrude and Brite
Farness, Gertrude
Farness, Hermond M.
Farness, Hermond
Farness, Joseph and Sylvia
Farness, Joseph
Farness, O.H.
Farness, Orin J.
Farness, Sarah
Farness, Simon and Sadie
Farness, Thomas
Fitzgerald, Ida Dahl
Fitzgerald, John M.
Franess, Kathleen Flynn
Fryk, Heidi Marie
Gest, Charlotte
Gest, Earl C.
Gest, Lewis
Gest, Olga T.
Goetzenberge, Ida S.
Gratz, Dezirae Ann
Grinde, Bennie K. and Lena Eken
Grinde, Cjetlorg J.
Grinde, Elling
Grinde, Leonard and Sadie
Grinde, Louis O. and Sena C.
Grinde, Ole J.
Grinde, Peter G. and Elenora
Grove, Andrew E.
Grove, Carrie
Grove, Ole E.
Guelzow, August E. and Amanda
Guelzow, Frederick R. and Adeline R.
Guelzow, Helen Ellingson
Guelzow, Robert R.
Haagenstad, Olga
Haakenson, H.C. and Susan
Haakenson, Josephine Wangsness
Hahn, David A.
Hahn, David W. and Bernadine L.
Halsor, twin infants
Hamrum, Johannes
Hankinson, Jessie
Hanson, Johanna
Hanson, John M.
Hanson, P.K.
Hanson, Peggy Jean
Harless, Donald W. and Agnes W.
Harney, H. Gilman and Bena Langeteig
Harney, Olaf H.
Harum, Martha
Haug, Carl I.
Haug, Donald E.
Haug, Eneval
Haug, John and family
Haug, Kenneth I.
Haug, Unette C.
Hauge, Ole Olson and Anna
Haugsland, Eda H.
Haugsland, Sjur
Hauim, Sophia
Hein, Ernest and Sena I.
Hellingson, Mekaline
Helm, Everett M.
Hendrickson, Lasse
Herman, Bernice Connor
Hermundson, Jens and Anna
Hess, Anna Halsor
Hess, Bertha Dahl
Hess, Frank J.
Hetland, Stephen N.
Hill, Michael Robert
Hillestad, Jakob J. and Anna N.
Hinck, Bethany Elizabeth and Allison Barbara
Holden, Charles
Holley, Alice B. Nelson
Holum, Ella
Holum, Harriet
Holum, Peter S. and Ingeborg
Hovde, Anna
Hustad, George G. and Mollie G.
Hustad, Leroy W.
Hustad, Russell D.
Johnson, C.O. and Carrie
Johnson, Charles and unclear
Johnson, Donald C.
Johnson, George O. and Amlette L.
Johnson, Harold I. and Ida
Johnson, Ingewald
Johnson, Irving A. and Clara E.
Johnson, Irwin P. and Rhoda J.
Johnson, Joe B. and Engeborg
Johnson, John T. and Anna Eggum
Johnson, Josie Njos
Johnson, Lena
Johnson, Lester N.
Johnson, Lewis and Nora
Johnson, Martin O. and Gertrude N.
Johnson, Nellie
Johnson, Nels
Johnson, Ole and family
Johnson, Rev. Peter and Emma S.
Johnson, Tjeran
Jordahl, Amund
Jordahl, Gertrude
Jore, Andrew H. and Anna
Kallaak, Bjorn Knutsen
Kampen, Laverne J. and Norine M. Hendrickson
Kampen, Walter Henry
Kilen, Elias and Margrethe
Knudson, Martha
Knudtson, Antoinette
Knudtson, Clarence
Knudtson, Joseph
Knudtson, Orlando J.
Knudtson, Peder
Knudtson, Sophia
Knudtson, T. Jerome
Knudtson, unclear
Korrison, Andrew
Korrison, Carrie
Korrison, Charles
Korrison, Clarence
Korrison, Elmer
Korrison, Helen
Korrison, Johnie H. and family
Korrison, Julia
Korrison, unclear
Landsness, Vernon H. and Josephine T.
Lang, Lulu M.
Lang, Sidney
Langeteig, Andrew and unclear
Langeteig, James B. and Jean R. Julson
Langeteig, John E.
Langeteig, John S. and Emma
Langeteig, Lewis J.
Langeteig, Selmer C.
Langeteig, Simon and Mary
Larvick, John
Lawrence, Burdette A.
Lawrence, Dagmar R.
Leatherberry, Eugene D.
Leatherberry, Kurtis D.
Legreid, Clarence
Legreid, Evlyn S.
Lewison, Eric O. and Agnes E.
Linde, Abell J.
Linde, Herman
Linde, John F. and Ingebor
Linde, Ole and family
Linde, Peter J.
Lovick, Hans and Christina
Lovick, Harold N. and Marion D.
Lovick, James C.
Lund, Anna Marie
Lund, Axel
Lyster, Andrew W. and Elisabeth
Malena, Berthe Johanna
Meland, Edward C. and Belle
Mell, Andrew J. and Bertha
Mell, Christian
Midthun, Andrew E. and helga
Midthun, Christie
Midthun, Hattie M.
Midthun, Janice C.
Midthun, Johanes and Christina
Midthun, Leonard T.
Midthun, Oliver B. and Mabel B.
Millard, John L. and Harriet V.
Munsen, Iver and Karen
Myklebust, Elias and Ingeborg
Nelson, Britha
Nelson, Hans and Olea
Nelson, Hans C.
Nelson, Henry and wives
Nelson, Henry J.
Nelson, James H. and Sina
Nelson, John B.
Nelson, Necolal S. and Martha E.
Nelson, Ole S.
Nelson, Osmond and Ingeborg
Nelson, Sadie and Hannah
Newell, Kent H. and Elizabeth A.
Newell, Luella and Clare
Nicholson, unclear
Nicholsons, J.
Njos, Anna
Njos, John O.
Noltemeyer, Wilbur H. and Inez
Nordness, Andrew
Nordness, Brian Dean
Nordness, George and Kristi
Nordness, Hans A. and Bretha Femrithe
Nordness, Jeanette B.
Nordness, Jens J. and Elizabeth
Nordness, John
Nordness, Kjersti
Nordness, Lloyd
Nordness, Martin
Nordness, Michael
Nordness, Ole O.
Nordness, Oscar and C.
North, Jessie A.
Nygaard, infants
Nygaard, John and Anna
Nygaard, John J.
Offerdahl, Nordeen E. and Dolores M. Midthun
Ohlin, Martin Jerome Jr.
Olson, Betsy M.
Olson, Caroline
Olson, Jacob
Olson, Maline
Olson, Melvin
Olson, unclear O.
Opsahl, Oliver B. and Sina A.
Orkelson, Martha
Orsahl, Arthur H. and Olson, Ada Orsahl
Paske, Robert H.
Paulson, Anabelle Mae
Paulson, Clarence L.
Paulson, female infant
Paulson, Hans C. and Gunhild
Paulson, Sigurd I. and Gertrude C.
Pirola, Alex J. and Evelyn M.
Quam, Royal J.
Quamme, Anna
Quamme, Bert and Phyllis M.
Quamme, John
Reigstad, Berne J. and Inez H.
Reigstad, Kenneth and Beverly J.
Reigstad, Martha S.
Rendahl, Bennie J.
Rendahl, Edgar U.
Reque, G. Otto
Rice, Thomas J. and Elsie A.
Ringstad, Jeannette
Roisum, Cora L.
Roisum, Hans
Roisum, Herman O. and Blanche I.
Roisum, Ole B.
Roisum, Oline
Roisum, Rhodie C.
Roisum, Seward
Rorce, Tura and family
Rorge, Ole O. Ellickson and Harriet C.
Rortvedt, Alma A.
Rortvedt, Anna K.
Rortvedt, Janice D.
Rortvedt, Ole
Rortvedt, Oscar S. and Eleanor L.
Rortvedt, Peter and Rangvig
Rortvedt, Susanna
Rortvedt, Theodore C. and Alice I.
Rortvedt, Tollef S.
Rublee, Charles L. and Joy L. Gruhn
Rublee, Edwin
Rublee, Emery T. and Goldie P.
Rublee, Esther B.
Rublee, Marie
Runstrom, Carl J. and Martha S.
Runstrom, Richard
Sampson, Annette W.
Sampson, Edna M.
Sampson, Erick L.
Sampson, Johanne L.
Sampson, Lars and Susan
Sampson, Lawrence Seth
Sande, Ingebrict and Randi
Sande, Johanna Ethun
Sandow, Jack and Jill
Sandwick, Herman and wife
Severson, Ole and Greta
Severson, Sigmond B.
Shadduck, Edward
Sharpee, Amelia M. and Amelia M.
Sharpee, Andreas C. and Bertha
Sharpee, Endre A. and Clara
Simonson, Brekt
Skaar, Carl A. and A.
Skildheim, John
Sleep, May Dahl
Sleep, W.E.
Slinde, Edward
Slinde, Hans
Sodergren, Oscar and family
Stromer, Andrew and Rachel
Sullivan, Philip James (Babycakes)
Swalem, Ingeborg
Swalem, John
Swalem, Leonard Orton
Swalem, Mollie
Swalem, Nellie
Swalem, Ole O.
Swalem, Peter
Swalem, Randi
Tenjum, Arthur J. and M.
Tenjum, Carrie
Tenjum, Peter A. and Mary
Thomas, Lilyana Jean
Thompson, Louis and Ella
Thompson, Thelma R.
Thorsness, Alice M. Wagner
Thorsness, Caren
Thorsness, Lionel G.
Thorsness, Marcus and Bertha Eggum
Thorsness, Tennard C. and Ann C.
Thorstad, Hans and Ellen
Tveit, John and Tomine
Tveit, Theodore
Vedvik, Bennie and Hilda Nelson
Vedvik, Nelson B.
Vincent, Gerald M.
Vincent, Mary E.
Vorba, Adolph A. and Anne Halsor
Wallace, Gerald E. (Gerry)
Wallaker, Christ
Walsvik, Beatrice H.
Wangsnes, Julia Swalem
Wangsness, Emil and Mary
Wangsness, John J.
Wangsness, Sjur S. and Helga
Wangsness, Synneva
Watland, Anna
Watland, Bertha J.
Watland, Harold A.
Watland, John B.
Watland, Valborg
Wendt, Martin H. and Grace M.
Wick, Augusta
Wick, Elmer
Wick, Nels
Wick, Samuel
Wigdal, Hans J. and Martha
Wigdal, John J. and Ella C.
Wigdal, John O.
Williamson, Ethyl D.
Williamson, William A.
Wills, Cecelia
Woll, Tillie
Wooley, Stanley A.
Wooley, Viola B. Lyster
Ylvisaker, Carrie R.
Ylvisaker, Jacob J.
Zepp, Dorothy 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.

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