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Oakwood Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Kachelski, Stephen and Anna - Zuehlke, Minnie

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Kachelski, Stephen and Anna
Kargus, Arthur L.
Kargus, Paul
Karst, Henry J.
Kaunzner, Al.
Kaunzner, Jos. F.
Kaunzner, Mary A.C.W. Brose
Keefer, C.W. and Mary A.
Keefer, Francis E. and family
Keel, Eberhardt J.
Keil, Anna B.
Keil, Anna M.
Keil, Annie
Keil, George Jr.
Keil, George Sr.
Keil, J. Philip
Keil, Kate
Keil, Lena C.
Keller, Arthur and Martha F.
Keller, Clarence J. and Ruth H.
Keller, Conrad and Katharina
Keller, Conrad J.
Kelley, Matthew P. and Edith P.
Kellom, Alvin G. and family
Kenning, August and Friederike
Keup, Albert W. F. and Bertha
Keysar, Alby T.
Killeen, Patricia Starkweather
Kimball, Dr. John W.
Kingsbury, Alexander
Kingsbury, Martha A.
Kirchberg, Hugo B. and Ella M.
Kirchberg, Leopold
Kirchberg, Leroy H.
Kite, Thomas and Caroline Woodford
Kittman, Emily and Alma
Klas, Henry and Johannah C.
Klatt, Herbert
Klatt, Wm. C.
Klatt, Delories
Kledehn, Gottfried and Christena
Knoll, Rudolph J. and Charlotte J.
Knorr, Alvin and Marjoria
Koch, Robert L.
Koehn, Augusta
Koehn, J.C.
Koehn, Julius
Koehn, Maria
Kohlhoff, David W. and Emma M.
Kohlhoff, Elmer F.
Kolb, Margaret C.
Konitzer, Emilia
Konitzer, C.
Kopff, Roy H. and Maude
Kopff, Dr. T.H.
Kopff, Elmer
Kopff, Wilbur
Kopplin, Otto and Amelie
Kraft, Arthur W.
Kranz, Albert W. and Lena M.
Kranz, Charles and Eva
Krebs, Christian
Krebs, Ursula
Krieser, Clara L. Genske
Kroerlin, Fredericka
Krutzmacher, Sophia
Kudella, Joseph and Clara
Kuehl, David
Kuehl, Georgine
Kuehl, Julius and Emma
Kuehl, Julius H.
Kuehl, Lynda
Kuehl, Max J.
Kuehn, John
Kurth, Friedrich and Wilhelmine
LaBuy, Lester and Irene
Ladd, J.A. and Mary B.
Lainberger, Cecil H.
Lamoreaux, Harland S. and Leona A. Miller
Lamp, Charles G.
Lamp, Jacob
Lamp, Jacob and Augusta Stimpke
Lamp, Lucy
Lamp, Mabel and Phoebe
Langley, Amos S. and family
Latham, Charles E.
Lathrop, Alvah H.
Lauersdorf, Eileen M.
Lauth, Phillip and family
Lawrence, Lenore M.
Lawrence, Mortimer M.
Lawrie, William and Margaret
Leffler, Peter Friedrick
Lehrkind, Agustus
Lehrkind, Bertha Carl
Lehrkind, Charles and Carl
Lehrkind, Fredrick
Lehrkind, Gustave H.
Lehrkind, Lillian Eddy
Lehrkind, Oscar F.
Lehrkind, Paul
Lehrkind, Theckla
Leichardt, Mary
Leisemann, Arnold A.
Leitzke, Louise
Lenz, Carrol E.
Lenz, Erwin and Dorothy
Lenz, Frederick W.
Lenz, Louisa
Lenz, Willie
Lewis, Harry A.
Lewis, unclear and Sarah
Libby, Sarah F.
Liebig, Edward and Frances
Liebig, Julius and family
Lien, Nellie J. Nash
Linde, Anna
Linde, Christian and Ida
Linde, Christina
Linde, Earl O.
Linde, Etta
Linde, Gottfried and family
Linde, Grace J.
Linde, Helen
Linde, john
Linde, John F.
Linde, Margaret E.
Linde, Maria
Linde, Michael
Livermore, Aldrick C.
Livermore, Alfrenzo
Livermore, Amelia A. Hood
Livermore, Frank J. and Minta Davis
Livermore, Lorenzo D.
Livermore, Ursula
Loeck, Viola Linde
Long, Benjamin W.
Louden, Richard L. and Gertrude Hall
Louden, unclear
Ludwig, August and Anna
Lutzke, Fr.
Lutzke, Hen.
Malone, Nina Smith
Malone, Ralph Douglas
Manske, Fredrick A. and Wilhelmina
Marcelofsky, Paul A. and family
Marquardt, Fred J. and Gloyd S.
Marthaler, Melva M.
Marthaler, Otis
Marthaler, Otis
Marthaler, Otis C.
Marthaler, Carrie
Marthaler, Cheryl Lynn
Marthaler, George
Marthaler, Margaret
Martin, Ada
Marx, Ruben F.
Matuseski, Ben and family
Matuszeski, Roland
Matuszeski, Roland E.
Maus, Andrew and family
Maus, Leonard and Ella R.
McCabe, John and Clara
McConachy, unclear and Eloise A.
McFadyen, Neil and Mary W.
McFadyen, Quentin A.
McFarland, Cora
McFarland, Mary E.
McKinstry, Harriet
McKinstry, John
McLaughlin, Robert and Mary Jane
McLaughlin, Ralph R. and Margaret K. Nielsen
McNaughtin, Alice M. Breitag
McNutt, Else A.
Meigs, Belle G.
Meigs, Julia
Meigs, Mehitable
Meigs, Wendel W.
Meigs, Wm.
Meigs, Wm. and Julia A.
Mertz, Leonard and family
Meyer, Sophia A. Zieske
Meyerpeter, Albert C.
Meyerpeter, Edward
Meyerpeter, Nicholas
Michael, Erwin A. and Ida M.
Miller, Bernhard and Fredericka B.
Miller, John E.
Miller, Julius
Miller, Lena A.
Miller, Lester J. and Dorothy M.
Miller, Louisa
Miller, Maria Keil
Miller, Myrtle G.
Miller, Olga B.
Miller, Theodore J.
Miller, Cora Dusell
Milton, Lutie
Mittelstadt, Robert G. and Margaret
Mittlestadt, Levurn H.
Mittlesteadt, unclear female
Mosher, Anna
Muhle, Bertha
Muhle, Henry
Muhle, Walter H. and M.
Murdouch, Mattie
Mussehl, Ervin E.
Musselman, Agnes J.
Musselman, L. J.
Nash, Edward P.
Nash, Elizabeth Corwith
Nehmer, Charles
Neuendorf, Heather
Neugebauer, Raymond G. and Matilda F.
Neuman, Robert R.
Newberry, David and Nellie Mae
Nielsen, Jens C.
Nightingale, Allie E.
Nightingale, Ella
Nightingale, Harold W. and Helen M.
North, Charles F.
North, Elizabeth C.
Nowack, Charles
Nowak, Louis
Nowak, Mary
Noyes, Algernon F.
Noyes, Amy Baker
Noyes, Frederick A.
Oakwood Cemetery Sign,  
O'Connor, James
Oliver, Polly C.
Olson, Henrietta
Olson, Emma Zinser
Orton, Thomas
Pabich, Selma Draheim
Parker, James L.
Parker, Mary
Parkhurst, Harriet J.
Patch, H.D.
Payzant, Isaac and Jessie
Peck, Chester and Katie
Pederson, Edward
Peirce, Grace M.
Peirce, Henry and Anna
Perleck, Friederike Caroline Martzohn
Pernot, Louise
Pernot, Pierre C.
Peterson, John A. and Dorothy
Phelps, Earl M.
Phelps, M. Josephine
Phelps, Oscar S.
Plank, Charles A. and family
Ploof, Anna
Ploof, J.Z.
Ploof, Will
Pomeroy, A.K.M.
Pomeroy, Daniel M. and Hannah
Pomeroy, Lorinda
Pomeroy, Wm. E.
Pratt, Clifton and Mary
Pratt, Edward C.
Pratt, Eveline S.
Pratt, Wm.
Propst, Ehrhardt and Wilhelmine
Pufahl, Johann
Pufahl, Philippine
Raatz, Robert C.
Raden, Ray
Radke, Mabel
Radtke, Rudolph T. and Matilda M.
Rasberg, Emma
Rasberg, N.N.
Rautenberg, Gottfried and Caroline
Reedy, Fred and Meretta
Reese, Walter A. and Alvira E.
Reichert, Awanda Macholz
Rex, Jacob and family
Richards, Elbridge Alonzo
Riley, Elizabeth
Riley, Robert
Riley, Robert A.
Rising, Albert C.
Rising, Harriet
Riske, Arnold A.
Ritter, Christiane
Rober, female infant
Roberts, Jasen and Diane
Rogers, Mattie Clough
Roll, Floyd W. and Maud Naomi
Root, Charles H. and Pearl A.
Rose, Clara W.
Rose, Ella E.
Rose, J.
Rose, John
Rose, Maria E.
Rose, Wilhelmine
Rose, Wilhelminia
Rosenthal, Herman F.
Rosenthal, Mary F.
Rosenthal, Wilhelmine A.
Rowell, J.S.
Rowell, Lee
Rowell, Mary S.
Ruebenick, Henry P. and Johanetta
Ruppel, George
Ruttenberg, Sylvia Wiese
Ryden, Oscar E. and Margaret E.
Salzwedel, Clara Klatt
Sauer, Frank A. and Josephine J.
Schepp, Bernhard W.
Schepp, Bernhard W. and Phyllis F.
Schietrumpf, Arthur R. and Ann I.
Schietrumpf, Arthur R. and Ann L.
Schiller, Clarence H.
Schiller, Fred A.
Schiller, Anton and Maria
Schiller, Arthur
Schindel, Carl and Mary
Schindel, Todd L.
Schmadebeck, Henry L. and Anna E.
Schmadebeck, Louis C. and infant
Schmadebeck, Louis F.
Schmadebeck, Marie T.
Schmidt, C.A. and Mary L.
Schmidt, Elmer and Bernice
Schmidt, Frank C. and Clara J.
Schmidt, John F.
Schmidt, Lester H.
Schmidt, Martha Goss
Schmidt, Martha M.
Schmidt, Robert Elmer
Schmidt, Robert W. and Doris M.
Schmidt, Willie C.
Schmutzler, Arthur and Laura
Schmutzler, J.A. and family
Schoen, Frances W.
Schoen, Roland E.
Schoenfeld, B.F.
Schoenfeld, Laura E.
Schoenfeld, Patsy J.
Scholl, Henry
Schultz, Anna Stange
Schultz, Edwin C.
Schultz, Michael and family
Schultz, Otto H.
Schultz, William and Alma
Schultz, William and Sophia
Schultz, William F. and Bertha
Schulze, Anna E.
Schulze, Augusta H.
Schulze, F.
Schulze, Fredrich
Schulze, Lillian Young
Schulze, Minnie A.
Schulze, Regine
Schutte, Herman and Lydia
Schutte, male
Schwandt, August and Augusta
Schwandt, August and Augusta
Schwandt, August E.
Schwandt, Augusta
Schwantes, Edwin A.
Schwantes, Edwin A.
Schwoch, Ella E.
Schwoch, Henry A.
Schwoch, Robert R.
Schwoch, William A. and Anna
Schwock, Carl and Christine
Scully, William and Ella B.
Sedo, Alvin and Minnie
Sedo, Herman
Sedo, Louise
Seering, Lawrence
Selzhert, August and Augusta
Selzhert, unclear
Senneke-Osusky, Mary E. and family
Sewell, E.H.
Sherman, John and Eva D.
Sherman, John H. and May
Sherman, Julia L.
Sherman, Lawrence W. and Mary
Shipman, Abram and Rachel
Shipman, George
Shipman, Winnifred L.
Shockley, Bessie C. Nash
Shute, Harold E.
Shute, Jeffrey lee
Sidow, Christ and Regena
Siewert, Orrin B. and Gladys C.
Sistak, Clarence E.
Smith, Eldridge and Susanna L.
Smith, Esther M.
Smith, Mae E. lewis
Smith, Newton S. and Lyman R.
Smith, William J.
Snyder, Clara A.
Snyder, Erma D.
Spaulding, Alfred F. and Almeda K.
Spaulding, Betsey
Spooner, Kittie Hosmer
Sprecher, Harold B.
Sprotte, Robert
Staab, Henrietta
Staab, William
Stancheski, Dorothy
Stancheski, George J.
Stange, Gottfried and Maria
Stavropoulos, John C. and Sophia G.
Stearns, Josie M. Stoddart
Stefonek, Kimberly Sue
Stegner, Amanda
Stegner, Anna
Stegner, Ervin and Ethel
Stegner, Fred T.
Stegner, Fred T. and Amanda I.
Stegner, George
Stegner, Henry F.
Stegner, Orin
Stegner, William
Stevens, Lee and unclear
Stoddart, Charles Middleton
Stoddart, Erma Evadna
Stoddart, Gleason Earl
Stoddart, John
Strand, Edward and unclear
Stratton, John
Streeck, Augusta W.
Streeck, Johann
Streeck, Wilhelmine
Strohbusch, Robert H.
Strub, Ernest P. and Helen R.
Sunderland, Victor F.
Talbert, Dr. G.E.
Talbert, George A.
Talbert, Katherine J.
Tausendfreude, J.F. and Louisa
Teeter, Harold and Julia
Teletzke, Walter and family
Telezke, Mary and family
Terry, Bessye
Terry, Delos B. and Ursula C.
Thole, James H.
Tischer, Alfred
Tischer, Amanda
Trapp, Grace
Treichel, Katinka L.
Treichel, William C.
Tucker, J. Hobart
Turk, Llewellyn and Matilda
Turville, Eliza
Turville, John
Uebel, Arden A.
Uebel, Gloria
Vearus, Paul J.
Vesper, A. and Sarah A.
Vesper, Cyrel and Susan
Vesper, Frieda
Vesper, Oran
Vetter, Barbara
Vetter, Evelyn
Vetter, Harriet Mae
Vetter, Harry R.
Vetter, Oscar C.
Vetter, Robert E. and Lena A.
Vetter, Thornton and Annie
Vick, Roy H. and Gertrude W.
Voelker, Harvey H.
Voelker, Orlinda (Mickey)
Voigt, Edward A.
Volkmann, Anna M.
Voltz, Anna K.
Voltz, Henry
Vorpahl, Harvey F. and Alice
Waddell, Effie
Waddell, unclear
Walters, A.
Walters, Dyer
Warber, Elmore
Warber, John A. and Meta K.
Webb, Bernard W.
Webb, Douglass and Laura W.
Webb, Franklin
Webb, Willard H.
Webb, Wm. P. and Lusina
Weckwerd, Albert
Weckwerd, Elizabeth
Weckwerd, Herman
Weckwerd, Ida
Weckwerd, Theodore
Weed, Charles Henry and Mary
Weed, Clara
Welch, Lester H. and Loretta
Wells, Lydia
Wencer, Carren Ann
Werner, Carl and Caroline
Westenmayer, Martha Bentilla
Whinfield, Charles and unclear
Whinfield, Roger Widbrington
White, Charles G.
White, J.D. and family
Whitmore, Helen F.
Whitmore, Leon and Julia W.
Whitnall, Robert H. and Jeanne D.
Wienke, Amil C. and Mathilda
Wienke, Amil G.
Wienke, Donald B. and Lois M.
Wiese, Fred A. and Clementine
Wiester, unclear
Wigger, Eliza
Wigger, John
Wilson, Grace Hopkins
Winebrenner, Edward and Harriet
Winebrenner, Jessie D.
Winebrenner, Joseph and Amelia
Winnie, Emma Zimmerman
Winning, Otto and Ida M.
Witherell, Amia
Witherell, Amia (View 2)
Witherell, Lyman
Witherell, Lyman (View 2)
Witherell, Maria
Witherell, Maria J.
Wollenburg, Albert and Emma
Wollenburg, Ernest and Augusta
Wollenburg, Herman and Mary
Wollenburg, John C.
Woolery, James H. and Hattie
Yaroch, Anna
Yetter, George T.
Young, Albert
Young, Edwin G.
Young, Emil P. and Dorothy M.
Young, Frederick and Norbert
Young, Warren P.
Yuenger, Dorothy Mae
Yung, Fredrick and Augusta
Zamzow, Emilia
Zarwell, John F.
Zarwell, Louis A.
Zeimet, William H.
Zemlo, John F.
Zemlo, Mrs. John F.
Zepp, Charles and Anna
Zepp, Jacob and Margaret
Zepp, Caroline
Zepp, George
Ziemendorf, John and Flora
Zieske, Albert and Nellie
Zieske, Arthur A.
Zieske, Edward Emil
Zieske, Louise
Zimmerman, Fern O.
Zimmerman, Robert C.
Zinser, Adolph
Zinser, Gustave and Emilie
Ziske, Louis
Zuehlke, Minnie

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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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