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Abler, Edwin and Timothy - Joy, Abiathar

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Abler, Edwin and Timothy
Acker, Wm. and Adeline
Aiken, Josiah and family
Alderden, James E.
Allman, Ida Meyerpeter
Alvin, Emil A. and Emma A.
Antrim, Mary F. Grainger
Ash, Clarisa C.
Ash, Lorenzo R.
Babcock, Butler
Babcock, Dr. Joseph H.
Babcock, Fremont
Babcock, Mary Whitaker
Baker, Wm. and his wives
Bartholmai, Samara Jayne
Bartholmai, Wendi Mae
Bayer, Ernst H. and Wilhelmina
Bayer, Francis M. and Jane E.
Bedker, Miles P. and Lois E.
Bedker, F.F.
Bedker, Fred and Friederika
Bedker, Leila F.
Beecher, Arthur P. Jr. and Laurene A. McDaniel
Beecher, Rev. E.P.
Beier, Gottfried and Maria
Beier, male
Beletske, Theobald H.
Bennett, Arthur
Bennett, Leola
Bennett, Ruby
Bentilla, Clifford O.
Bergman, Arthur E.
Bertie, David S.
Bibby, Harold E. and Ida A.
Bickner, Clara A.
Bickner, Edward J.
Bickner, Henrietta
Bickner, Henry and Louisa M.
Bickner, Nicholas
Biedenbinder, F.C.
Bilke, John and Karoline
Binder, William and Henriette
Bird, Fred E.
Bird, Hugh A.
Bird, Isaac H. and Nellie E.
Bird, Nellie E.
Bird, Sadie C.
Bock, Sarah S.
Boettcher, Frank
Boettcher, John and Ernstine
Boldenweck, Minnie Lewis Dyar
Boomer, Elbert J. and Cora J.
Borchardt, John F.
Borchardt, Marie L.
Bowman, Gertrude Lewis
Boxtater, Louisa
Boxtater, unclear
Bracken, Maria L.
Bracken, William H.
Bradenburg, Lillian
Braemer, August and Sophie
Brandt, Jacob
Brandt, Katharina
Brashear, W. Curtis Jr.
Brechter, Barbara Hirschfeld
Breitag, Fr. and Wilhelmine
Breitag, Gottlieb
Breitag, Helene
Breitag, William and Pauline
Brewster, George
Brower, Ben C. and Effie
Brown, David Craig
Brown, Josephine
Brown, Lester F.
Brueckner, Lillian
Buchholz, Harold R.
Buelow, Arthur H.F.
Burchard, Mary J. Simmons
Burgit, Orville and Frances
Burts, Myrtha
Buschkopf, Clyde D.
Buschkopf, Emil
Buschkopf, Irma G.
Buschkopf, Viola
Buschkopf, William R.
Bush, Amos and family
Bush, Betsy A. Hyland
Butler, Austin O.
Butler, Ellen M.
Butterbrodt, Adfia
Butterbrodt, Arthur and Lydia
Butterbrodt, Augusta M.
Butterbrodt, Eldine M.
Butterbrodt, Frank
Butterbrodt, George A. and Eunice B.
Butterbrodt, Marie B.
Cady, Oliver N. and Sara
Callies, William and Minnie
Carpenter, Jane E.
Carr, Hubbard and Cynthia
Cathoot, Levi
Chatfield, Guy G.
Clason, Henry P. and Rising
Clough, Alfred
Clough, Amy M.
Clough, Anna H.
Clough, Blanche
Clough, Chas. E.
Clough, Clara
Clough, Cora
Clough, father stone
Clough, Frank H.
Clough, George R.
Clough, Hattie I.
Clough, Helen and infant
Clough, infant
Clough, Mary R.
Clough, mother stone
Clough, Albert
Clough, Alexander M.
Clough, Elizabeth
Clough, Lucinda M.
Clough, Sarah
Clough, William
Clough family stone,  
Cochrane, Hugh B. and Mary E.
Cole, A.B.
Cole, Allie
Cole, George B.
Cole, Horace and family
Cole, Mary E.
Cole, Mary J.
Coleman, unclear and Catherine
Cook, Roger K.
Cornwell, Frank and Lutie M.
Corrao, Emma
Coster, Judy Rose Ann
Coxshall, Clifford and Hazel Hofferbert
Coxshall, Cora I.
Crofoot, John B.
Crofoot, Mary Hills
Curtis, Alvin and family
Curtis, W.H. and family
Damrow, Arthur
Damrow, Gottholb and Maria
Daniel, Sarah S.
Danner, Minnie
Davies, Gretchen Lehrkind
Davinport, L. and Betsey
Davis, Dr. Thayer C.
Davis, H.E. and B.H.
Davis, Marian V.
Delzer, Elton F. and Emma E.
Denning, Joseph
Derge, William and Hattie
Dexter, Deborah R.
Dexter, John
DeYoung, Albert H.
DeYoung, Chas. P.
DeYoung, Elmer
DeYoung, Jerome G.
DeYoung, Joseph and Gerson
DeYoung, Lena
DeYoung, William Henry
Dickinson, Densmore
Dickinson, Marie C.
Dickinson, Mary Drusilla
Dickinson, Walter C.
Dingel, Carl H. and Sophie C.
Dinkel, female infant
Dinkel, Friedrich and Friedrieke
Dinkel, Selma
Dinkel, female infant
Dinsch, Johanna J. and family
Dittmar, William P. and Ida E.
Doering, Caroline J.
Doering, Laura R.
Doering, Lydia F.
Doering, William F.
Domann, Fred C. and Anna E.
Doolittle, Charles P. and Carrie A.
Doolittle, Harriett T. and Silas P.
Doolittle, Mary Adelia
Dorn, Barbara
Dorn, Doris D.
Dorn, Frieda
Draheim, Alb.
Draheim, August and Mary
Draheim, Evelyn
Draheim, Marian
Draheim, unclear
Draheim, W.
Draheim, A.W.
Draheim, Bertha
Draheim, Conrad
Draheim, Eddie
Draheim, Ethel Marian
Draheim, Frank
Draheim, George E.
Draheim, Gottfried
Draheim, Hugo T.
Draheim, Lydia
Draheim, Martha F.
Draheim, Ottilie
Draheim, Paul W.
Draheim, Wilhelm
Draheim, William
Draheim Family Stone,  
Drake, Hollis E. and Margaret M.
Druecke, Henry E.
Dudley, Harcourt
Dumas, C. Frederick
Dumas, Etta M.
Dumas, Jean D.
Dumas, John and Lovina C.
Dumas, Mabel C.
Dumas, unclear and Ida M.
Dusell, Carl and Elizabeth
Dusell, Evelyn A. Palmiteer
Dusell, Adam
Dusell, Augusta
Dusell, Clara E.
Dusell, Cora
Dusell, Earl E.
Dusell, Elmer E.
Dusell, Ernest
Dusell, Fred and Nellie
Dusell, Harry
Dusell, Mathilda
Dusell, Roland
Dusell Family Stone,  
Dyar, Robert B.
Ebert, Frederick W. and Christine
Ebert, Louis and Wilhelmina
Ehegotz, Adam
Ehegotz, George and Margaret
Ehlenfeldt, Leroy V. and Vesta B. Livermore
Ellis, Chester
Ellis, Harold and unclear
Elsasser, Charles F.
Elsasser, Anna B.
Elser, Elmore J. and Bessie F.
Elser, Emelie
Elser, Erna
Elser, George
Elser, George and Margaret
Elser, George W.
Elser, Herbert
Elser, Theodore and family
Elsesser, Christian F.
Elsesser, Ernstine W.
Elsesser, Frank W. and Alice M.
Elsesser, George H.
Elsesser, Gustave
Elsesser, Leona Ruth
Elsesser, Theodore I.
Endlich, Armund L.
Endlich, Cora
Endlich, Mary
Endlich, Philip
Erdman, Edwin W.
Erdman, Lester C.
Erdman, Rose F.
Erway, Caroline
Erway, George M. and Catherine
Erway, Milton W.
Esch, Joseph and Johannah
Esch, Joseph and Theresa
Essmann, Pearl Hannah
Evaets, Silas and Margaret
Evers, George W. and Thelma A.
Evison, Joseph K.
Evison, Mary E.
Fairchild, L. L. and Caroline A.
Falk, Augusta
Fardell, Matthew and Sarah
Fardell, Thomas and Emma
Ferguson, Walter and Margaret
Fick, Augusta C.
Fick, Gottlieb
Fiegel, Carl and Katie Maus
Fina, Esther M.
Finch, Albert Henry and Evalyn Burgit
Finch, Maurice B.
Foster, John and Aurelia
Francis, Charles and Polly
Francis, F.C.
Gabathiller, Henry and Henry
Gabathiller, Ursula
Gallenback, Martha
Gallenbeck, Carl and Mary
Galow, Robert
Gamble, Lillian Weed
Gauerke, Arthur H.
Geittmann, Dr. William Frederick and Verenice Townsley
Geittmann, infant female
Geittmann, William and Florence
Gidley, Samuel and Emlia
Giese, Frank D.
Giese, Theodore W.
Giese, William F. and Clara H.
Giese, William Fredrich and Augusta
Gilmore, Edna Brower
Gilmore, George W.
Gneiser, Roye
Goodyear, Sarah Wood
Gould, Ann E. and family
Gould, Inbraham and Anna L.
Grainger, Samual W. and Ida B.
Grant, Abby
Grebel, Frances M.
Green, Alfred E. and Mary H. Rogers
Green, Dr. G.R.
Greinke, Clarence R.
Greinke, Lawrence
Gronert, Bertha
Gronert, Mathilda
Gronert, Mathilde W.
Gronert, Robert F.
Groose, Agnes
Groose, Christian and Louise
Groose, Herman A. and Augusta A.
Groose, Samuel N.
Groose, C.G.
Groose, Lydia F.
Grueneberg, Wilhelm
Gruetzmacher, Ernst and family
Gruetzmacher, Esther
Grulke, Paul F. and Bertha E.
Gunn, children
Gunn, George
Gunn, John and family
Gunn, Mary Ann
Gunn, William W.
Gunn, Wm.
Gurske, Alfred E.
Gutgesell, Ada E.M.
Gutgesell, Amanda R.
Gutgesell, Andrew and Mary
Gutgesell, Anna
Gutgesell, Barbara
Gutgesell, Bertha
Gutgesell, Elmer and Elsa
Gutgesell, Elmer H.
Gutgesell, Emma S.
Gutgesell, Fred
Gutgesell, Jeanne M.
Gutgesell, John and Emma
Gutgesell, John M.
Gutgesell, Louise K.
Gutgesell, Mary
Gutgesell, Orin E.
Gutgesell, Philip M.
Gutgesell, Samuel E.
Gutgesell, William J.
Gutterbrobt, Augusta M.
Haemling, Paul H.
Hagens, Robert W. and Ruth M.
Hambright, Frank P.
Hammer, Lonnie and unclear
Hammer, Gertrude Koch
Hammer, Joseph M.
Hanf, Elsie A.
Hanf, Ernst
Hansen, T. Christ.
Hansen, Yoakum Ruth G.
Harder, Bertha
Harder, Ernstine
Harder, Joachim
Harder, Maria
Harder, Olga R.
Hart, Carrie F.
Hart, Ella Susan and Liberty T.
Hathaway, Anna L.
Hathaway, Caroline D.
Hathaway, Charles W.
Hathaway, Cornelia
Hathaway, Mabel Smith
Hathaway, Mylo A.
Hathaway, W.
Hathaway, Warner
Hegetschweiler, Dean N.
Hegetschweiler, John E.
Heidemann, unclear
Helbing, Johanna
Hempel, Otto F.
Henning, Ervin
Hensler, Charles L. and Elizabeth
Hensler, J.F.
Hensler, Mary
Herr, Augusta
Herr, John
Herr, Kate
Hess, Herbert
Hession, John William
Heublein, Anna
Heublein, John
Higby, John J.
Hiley, Edward J. and Edith
Hiley, Edwin W.
Hiley, Lester J. and Myrtle I.
Hinrichs, Walter and Lorraine E.
Hirschbueler, John and Mary
Hoefs, Arthur
Hoefs, Emelie
Hoefs, Hilda H.
Hoefs, J.
Hoefs, John
Hoefs, Madelyn
Hoefs, Walter
Hoffman, Rev. Thomas and Georgina V.
Hoffmann, Louisa A.
Hohl, Alwine and Margaret Suessengut
Hohl, Edward and Caroline
Holt and Wiswell family,  
Hoof, Alvin G. and Mary E.
Hopkins, A.B.
Hopkins, E.E. and Jennie Weed
Hopkins, unclear female
Hopkins, William J. and John
Hoppa, John F. and Rev. Hattie
Hoppe, Lois Smith
Howard, Don R.
Howard, Dora G. and Shepard, Guy R. and Mertie H.
Howard, Marvin C. and Marian
Howe, Clara
Howe, Fatima
Howe, George M.
Howe, J.A.
Howe, James M.
Howe, Lucinda
Howe, Naurene L.
Hoyt, Irene Thayer
Hoyt, Joseph E.
Hoyt, Mary Babcock
Huebner, Anna
Hughes, John H. and gertrude M.
Hughes, Minnie Doubleday
Hughes, Rev. C.W.
Hughs, Harriet
Hupke, August and Emilie
Huth, Herman R.
Hyde, Frederick C. and Rosie
Hyland, Abner
Hyland, Eva and Hyland children
Hyland, H.G. and Mabel
Hyland, Margaret M. and Amasa
Hyland, Richard H. and Emma J.
Hyland, William
Jacobs, Edwin E.
Jaehnke, Lyle M. and Geraldine
Jaehnke, William and unclear
Jaehnke, William C.
Janny, Theodore
Jaresky, Francis and Evelyn
Jaresky, Randall E.
Jennings, Joseph D. and family
Johnson, Elizabeth
Johnson, Marvin A. and Ione D. Wiese
Johnson, Mathew L.
Johnston, Mary A.
Johnston, Robert and Julia A.
Johnston, Robert E.
Jolitz, Hilda
Jonas, Agnes
Jonas, Emma
Jonas, Emma Leffler
Jonas, Hedwig
Jonas, J.B. Edward
Jonas, Max
Jonas, Rev. Eduard
Jonas, Wilhelmine Sieverts
Jones, Ervin R.
Jones, Grace
Jones, Elizabeth
Jones, Joseph and Eleanor
Jones, T.J. and family
Jonkman, Amanda Schiller
Josori, Stefan J.
Joy, Abiathar

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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.

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[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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