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Dodge County
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OLD Beaver Dam Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Abler, John
Ackerman, Abraham
Ackerman, Catharine
Ackerman, John
Adams, Bertha
Aiken, Jemima A.
Allen, Edwin C.
Allen, Nelson and Eliza S.
Andree, Hattie E.
Andree, Victoria E.
Andrews, Abram
Andrews, Anan
Andrews, Rose
Andrus, Gideon F.
Andrus, Willard
Arndt, Wm. and Dora
Ashton, Wm. and wives
Atwood, Delana
Atwood, Etta
Atwood, William
Babcock, Douglas
Bailey, Robinson H.
Baker, Eugene
Banks, Craigie Wilson
Banks, Jane Stuart
Banks, Janet McQueen
Banks, Robert Nelson
Barrett, Jimmie and Clark, Harley N.
Barry, Alice
Barto, Lewis and Eunice
Bassett, Leah Stultz
Bassett, unclear female
Bates, Bert A.
Bates, Harriet
Bayley, Ben and Hannah
Bayley, Frank W. and Sarah J.
Beilke, Frieda A.
Bendrin, Arthur Sr. and family
Berry, Achsaid and Elizabeth
Berry, Wm. E. and unclear
Billings, Isaac and Eliza
Bogart, Rhoda E. and unclear
Bonner, Samuel and family
Booth, Mary
Booth, William
Boushon, Oscar
Bradd, William and Theresa
Braker, Christian and Rosa
Brower, Paul and Rachel DeBaun
Brower, Paul
Brown, America L.
Brown, Frank D.
Brown, John
Brown, Mary Ann
Brown, Milo
Brown, Stephen
Brown, Wm. M. and Margaret M.
Burgess, Alvah W.
Burr, Clara C.
Burr, Frank and Effie
Burr, Lewis and Catern
Burr, Wm.
Butler, Harvey and Phebe
Canary, Louisa
Canary, Thos.
Chatfield, Ina Edgerton
Clark, Libby W.
Clark, William H. and family
Clason, George
Clason, J.F.
Clason, James F.
Clem, John and Isabella Sugden
Clem, Martha
Colby, George and Olive R.
Cole, Charles and Charlie S.
Cole, Sarah A.
Crane, E.A.
Crane, Emma
Crane, George M.
Dahl, Frederick O.
Daugherty, James
Davenport, Thankful
Davis, Elmer R. and Arliss A.
Davis, Emma and Warren
Dominy, Sarah S.
Douglas, Esther Sarah Knappen
Douglas, Henry A.
Dow, Corolin G.
Dowdey, Wm.
Draheim, Ferdinand and Charlotte
Draheim, Robert
Drinkall, Grace Bates
Dumas, Sarah B.
Dunn, Mary E.
Dunten, Albertine and Mary Bennett
Dunten, Dr. A.M. and unclear
Edgerton, Fred and Lena
Edgerton, William D. and Helen M.
Edwards, Alice M.
Edwards, George A.
Edwards, Rodolphus and Emily H.
Egglesfield, Anna
Egglesfield, George H.
Ehinger, George H. and Samanatha M.
Elliott, Sarah
Estabrook, Hannah
Esterbrooks, Albert M.
Esterbrooks, John
Fardela, Elizabeth
Farringer, Benjamin
Fehrer, George H.
Fehrer, John J.
Fehrer, John
Fraser, unclear
Frey, Herbert E. and Gertrude
Ganske, August and Margaret
Ganske, Ida
Ganske, William
Gerber, Chad Allen
Germain, Alfred
Germain, Bert C.
Germain, Columbus
Germain, Emily A.
Glasnaw, Abigale
Glasnaw, Ann A.
Glasnaw, Julia M.
Glassman, Mary Agnes
Glassman, Theodore
Glassman, Thomas Carl
Gould, Ethel Jane McCallum
Gove, Belle F.
Gove, Elvira W.
Grace, Anna
Grace, Edward
Grace, infant
Grace, John
Grace, Lucy M.
Grace, Mary
Graessle, Caroline
Graham, Amos M.
Graves, Nathan
Graves, Phebe Jr.
Gray, John F.
Gray, Louise
Gregor, E.W. and Carrie
Grover, Cora B.
Grover, Horace
Grover, Hugh E.
Grover, Sarah
Grunert, Mathilda
Hall, Charlotte
Hall, Harriet
Hall, James H.
Hampton, Clara Bell
Hampton, Jessie Dora
Hampton, Joseph
Hanson, Abbie B.
Hanson, Author C. and Gilbert G.
Haskell, Mary
Haskell, Sewell
Hathaway, Harry and Ann
Hathaway, Heman C. and Richard
Henk, A.F. and Matilda
Herd, Andrew
Hewes, Caroline R.
Hewes, Cyrus
Higbee, John Mark and Phoebe M.
Hintz, female
Hodgman, Bell
Hodgman, Joel
Hodgman, Lizzie B.
Hollingsworth, Jesse
Holt, John
Holt, unclear
Hosmer, Clare C. and Edith Peterson
Hosmer, James and unclear Wagner
Hosmer, Mary J. and Lucy F.
Hosmer, Will and Mary S.
Howard, unclear male
Howard, unclear
Howe, Mary Frances
Hoyes, Clarence A. and Mary
Hron, Blanche R.
Hutchinson, William and Elizabeth
Irwin, Jane
Johnson, Charles
Johnson, S.
Johnson, W.
Johnson, W.J.
Johnston, John
Keefer, Harmon and Hester
Keefer, Mary C.
Keefer, Wallace
Key, Edwin E.
Killips, Frank S.
Killips, Lulu Emily
Killips, Robert
Kledehn, Christian
Kluge, Albert F. and Josephine
Knaup, Henry
Knaup, Ida Braker
Knaup, infant
Knaup, Joyce E.
Knaup, Philip and Elizabeth
Kraeger, William F. and Bertha
Kuhl, Johanna
Lane, Cornelia J. Holt
Lees, Jane
Lewis, Geo. W.
Lewis, Rachel M.
Liebenthal, Frederick
Liebenthal, Inez E.
Longstaff, family
Loomis, Alfred and family
Loomis, Duane D.
Loomis, Matilda H.
Lowth, Cynthia B.
Lyman, Mary A.
Lytle, B.E. and Jane
Madigan, Laura Pritchard
Mann, Cha.
Manson, John and family
Manzer, Abraham
Manzer, Chester A.
Manzer, Stephen and Eliza A.
Marden, Alfred and Augusta H.
Markham, Celina
Marsh, Alfred
Marsh, Lucinda and unclear
Marshal, Angelo
Martin, Denison O.
Martin, Frank T.
Martin, unclear
Maxwell, Lydia F.
McCallum, Asenath
McCallum, Theodore
McClure, Inez Bayley
McLaughlin, Samuel
McMillen, Daniel and Jane
McNitt, Flora B.
Miller, Adlade
Miller, Charlemagne
Miller, children
Miller, Eldridge G.
Miller, Grant Jr.
Miller, Ida May
Miller, James H.
Miller, Mary J.
Moldenhauer, Edgar C. and Alice E.
Monroe, James
Moon, Sarah
Naylor, John W. and Dewitt C.
Norris, Dr. David and Mary A.
Oathout, Evva E.
Oathout, Norman L.
Oathout, Norman
Palmiteer, Peter
Pendelton, Donald H.
Peters, Roxana
Pickard, Ira
Pixley, Isaac
Pixley, Sarah M.
Porter, Lydia F.
Prichard, Henry
Prichard, Mary
Prince, Margaret J.
Pringle, Sarah J.
Pritchard, Helen L.
Pritchard, Mable
Pritchard, Nelson
Pritchard, William H.
Provot, Edward J. and Ruth E.
Reed, Betsy A.
Reed, Celestia
Reed, Harriet M.
Reed, James O.
Rex, baby
Rex, infant
Roberts, Mason T.
Robinson, M.
Robinson, Sarah Marsh
Roedl, Dale E.
Roedl, Martin D. Sr. and Helen C.M. Wolc
Roedl, Nettie C.
Rogers, Manly A.
Rogers, R.C.
Rose, Mary E. and Mary Emma
Rowell, Donald
Rowell, Mary A. Wells
Sack, Friedrich and Wilhelmine
Sanford, C.M.
Sanford, S.A.
Sanford, Wilmot D.
Schoenfeld, W.
Searles, Charles A.
Senneke, Charles and Kathrine
Shaw, Alexander C.
Shaw, P.
Shaw, Polly
Sherman, Ann and family
Smith, August H. and Mae A.
Smith, August H.
Smith, Eleanor
Smith, Faith C.
Smith, George H.
Smith, Rev. Reuben
Smith, unclear and Mary
Smith, unclear
Smith, Winnifred
Snowden, Margaret
Snowden, Owen and Viola
Snowden, Samuel N.
Stafford, Julia
Stafford, Ruth
Stanton, Aggie E.
Stanton, Mary J.
Stanton, S.M.
Stevens, Deborah A.
Stevens, Mary
Stevens, Moses
Stevens, unclear female
Stevens, William and unclear
Stewart, Jennie V.
Stewart, Lydia
Stolz, Fred G. and Mabel A.
Stonemets, Leonard and A.
Swan, Hannah
Teltzrow, Robert and Emma
Terry, Wilbur S. and Della M.
Thieleke, Julius
Thieleke, Wilhelmina
Thorp, Bennert and Mary A.
Thurston, Ruth
Thurston, Ruthie
Tiffany, Frances Maria
Tilden, John
Traver, John R. and Lovilla M.
Underwood, Henry E. and Fannie M.
Underwood, Richard and Mary J.
Vandercook, Alice A.
Wade, Emma P.
Wallendal, Jacob A.
Weeks, Mary Betsy and Mary
Weeks, Mary
Weeks, unclear
Wells, Dale Ronald
Wendt, Carl F.H. and Bertha E.A.
Wendt, Jennie Allen
Whitaker, Robert
Wiggins, unclear and Almira Sophia
Williams, Lucy J.
Williams, Timothy F.
Wussow, Elsa
Wussow, Herman R.
Yetter, Jesse and family
Zarwel, Friedrich
Zarwel, Ida
Zarwel, Wilhelm F.

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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