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Juneau Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Affeld, Mary Ann
Ahner, Ernst H. and Elonore A
Attein, Walter H. and Judith I
Austin, James M.
Austin, Mina
Austin, Susuanaha
Ayden, Fred
Backhaus, Reuben W.
Backhaus, William F. and Ida J
Baerwald, August F. and Alvina
Baerwald, Harland
Baerwald, Herbert W
Baerwald, Julius and Emilie
Baerwald, Leroy L
Baerwald, Otto
Baerwald, unclear and Alvina
Baker, Margaret
Barber, Annie
Barber, Hiram and Salome Seely
Barber, Hiram Jr. and Mary Lou
Barber, John S. and Jennie
Barrie, Wm. and Flora E.
Bartelt, Carl
Bartelt, Dwayne
Bartelt, Herman and Olga S
Bauer, C.F.
Beadle, Addie
Beadle, Henry C.
Beadle, F
Beadle, Margaret
Bellack, Robert and Emma
Bellack, Ferdinand and Auguste
Bellack, Robert and Emma
Benham, Ethyle Cook
Biebermann, Carl and Wilhelmine
Bihnert, Elmer K
Bihnert, Robert F
Billack, Emil
Billack, Fiederika
Billack, Ludwig
Billack, Lydia
Billinghurst, Charles
Billinghurst, Hannah
Binz, August Casper
Blodgett, Gordon
Blodgett, Theodore and Leona E
Bohnert, Aug. and Henriette
Bohnert, Carl H. and Augusta B
Bohnert, August Jr
Bohnert, Louise
Bohnert, Orville F. and Dorothy R. Pesek O'Dell
Bohnert, Robert F. and Julia A
Bohnert, unclear female
Bohnert, William J
Bolens, Eugene B.
Bramer, Ellen
Brandt, Friedrich and Johanna
Brandt, Herman
Brandt, Herman
Brensike, Hulda
Brensike, John
Brensike, Louisa C
Brensike, Otto Albert
Brensike, Rudolph T
Brieman, Carl E.
Bright, Alma
Bright, Anna
Bright, unclear male
Brown, Frances
Brown, Marjorie
Brown, Frances
Brown, Marjorie
Brunsike, Edward J
Budahn, Lydia Zilisch
Budahn, Lydia Zilisuh
Buege, Matthew Richard
Buelke, August and Martha
Buelke, Ernest A. and Mae S.
Bumby, John and Grace
Bumby, John C. and Olive Wells
Bussewitz, Alma M.
Butler, Martin Rich
Butler, William D.
Callahan, Hertha Quandt
Callow, Dorrice Butler
Cameron, George and Anna A.
Carow, Julius
Carow, Ludwig
Clapp, George R.
Clapp, Sarah A.
Clapp, George R
Clapp, John R
Clapp, Lucy A
Clapp, Sarah
Coon, Benjamin and Ina
Coon, James and Sarah
Coon, Martha E.
Cox, Vernon F. and Irene L
Crane, Walter
Curtis, Ann Eliza
Curtis, Roxey M.
Czmanske, Adam
Czmanske, Louise
Dathout, LaVern
Deiter, George L. and family
Dils, Christine
Dils, Christine
Dong, Chester E
Duckerchein, Otto
Dummer, Emil C. and Mary A.
Dummer, Willie
Dunham, James
Edwards, Annette
Edwards, Eli and Elvina
Edwards, Eli and Elvina
Edwards, Elvira Jane and Martha Estella
Ehmke, Albert F.
Ehmke, Ida A.
Eicher, Fritz
Eickelberg, Anna
Eickelberg, Bertha
Eickelberg, Bertha and Anna L
Eickelberg, Frderick
Eickelberg, Henry
Eickelberg, Louisa
Elithorp, Chauncy N.
Elithorp, Chauncy N
Elm, Victoria Elizabeth
Emerson, female infant
End, Chas. S.
End, Mary J.
End, Charles
End, Elizabeth
End, Joseph
Engelbracht, Henry G.
Essman, Leonard
Essman, Leonard
Essmann, Albert and unclear
Essmann, Leonard and Lisbeth
Essmann, Albert and Doretha
Essmann, Alvin and Viola H
Essmann, Leonard and Lisbeth
Evans, Mary and unclear
Evans, Carl D
Everett, Florence B.
Filk, Louise
Folkman, Laura C
Folkmann, Fred H.W
Folkmann, Gustav
Frank, Albert
Freund, Geo W.
Freund, Georgie C. and Charley
Fribert, L.T. and Marie
Friedrich, Maria
Friske, Anna
Friske, Gustav
Frounfelter, James
Gaetsch, Albert and Mathilde
Garow, Ludwig
Gentz, Bernhard and Anna
Genzner, Wilhelmine
Gerbitz, Gottlieb and Josephine
Gerbitz, Kurt and Meta
Gerbitz, Lydia
Gerbitz, Otto
Gerfin, Anna Muehlmann
Gillette, A
Graeger, B
Grahn, Frederick and Henrietta
Grahn, Frederick E. and Henrietta
Grahn, unclear
Grant, Eliza C.
Grau, John F.
Gurske, William and Lydia
Haertel, Carl
Haertel, Clara
Haertel, Ernest
Hanson, unclear
Hardjet, John H
Hargraves, Emma
Hargraves, Jacob
Hargraves, Alice
Hargraves, Emma
Hargraves, Jacob
Hargraves, Robinson
Harrison, Amanda
Harrison, Eva L.
Harrison, James F. and Ann
Harrison, Wm. M.
Hart, Annettie A. and unclear
Haughton, B.V.R. and Sarah
Hawks, Eli and family
Hemmy, Theodore and Bessie
Herman, C
Hiebler, Anna M.
Hiebler, Augustine
Hiebler, John
Hiebler, Julia H.
Hiebler, Sarah
Hiebler, Stephen
Hildemann, John and Augusta
Hilgendorf, Leonhard C.
Hoeft, Sherman P
Hoeppner, Albert H. and Viola L
Holt, Warren
Horstmeier, Carrie Theison
Horstmeier, John F
Huebner, Roland O. and Alma
Huebner, Augusta E
Huebner, Betty
Huebner, Christian F
Hull, Isabell
Hummel, John and Meta
Hummel, male infant
Hundt, Willie A
Hunt, Luvillia
Hutchinson, Betsy
Hutchinson, unclear
Ihde, Ruth E.
Ihde, Herman and Ida
Ihde, Paul Agustave
Ihde, Theodore
Jaquet, Alice Butler
Jeche, Albert H. and Anna
Jeche, Raymond
Jeche, Willard
Jeske, Frank
Jeske, Frank
John Doe
Joss, Jacob
Juneau, Paul
Jung, Fred and Bertha
Justman, Carl F.
Justman, Carl F
Justman, Mabelle A. Kirkham
Kaiser, Lucille Gronert
Karow, Baldwin and Jane Lovell
Kelsey, Daniel
Kelsey, Margaret A.
Kelsey, Wilbur F.
Keske, Albert5
Keske, Anna
Kiekhaeter, Wilhelm F.
Kiesow, Emma Jeske
Kline, Mrs. E.
Kline, Mrs. E
Klug, Adolph C
Klug, Rebecca A
Klug, William and Bertha
Knoll, Amelia
Knoll, Emma
Knoll, Frederick
Knoll, Minnie
Knoll, Wm. and Augusta Egener Knoll
Kobitz, Herman
Koenitzer, Christian
Koenitzer, Helen L.
Koenitzer, Lena
Koepsell, Gladys
Kolb, Erna Richardt
Krogman, William J. and Adeline E. Zastrow
Krueger, Fred J. and Henrietta
Kuentzel, Rev. W.G. and Albert
Kurtz, George E. and Alice A
Kurtz, June G
Ladwig, Mary and family
Ladwig, Gustaves
Ladwig, Mary and family
Lalone, Emery H.
Lamphear, Wallace and Myrtle
Lauersdorf, Florentine C.
Layman, Margaret A.
Lehmann, Floyd and Mildred
Lehmann, Fred L.
Lehmann, Henry L. and Clara O
Lehmann, Floyd and Mildred
Lehmann, Fred L
Lett, Israel
Lett, Mary Ann
Lett, Roda M.
Lewis, Eli C. and Jerusha L.
Lewis, Harriet
Lewis, John C.
Lewis, John H.
Lewis, Eli C. and Jerusha L
Lewis, John C
Lewis, Sumner
Lewis, unclear and Amelia
Lind, Charles A
Lindemann, Christian F.
Lindemann, Wilhelmine
Lindert, Otto
Lingenfelter, Emily A.
Lipka, Wilhelm and Louise
Longseth, William and Margaretha
Loppnow, Alma
Lovell, Ella
Lovell, Ray
Lowth, Francis
Luebke, Bertha
Luebke, Arnold A. and Ruth L
Luebke, Ida
Luebke, Leona
Luebke, William
Lueck, Mae C.
Maas, Harold E. and Erna H.
Maas, Sandra Lynn
Maas, Walter and Hattie
Maas, Ernest H. and Clara D
Maas, Margaretha
Maas, Max A. and Rose B
Maas, unclear
Maas, Walter and Hattie
Macker, unclear and Wilhelmine
Maresch, Wm.
Maresch, Wm
McEwan, Henrietta Wilcox
McFarlin, James
McLeese, Emily W.
Meckelberg, unclear
Melcher, Alice F.
Melcher, Frank J.
Mengel, Julia C.
Mengel, Rudolph F.
Merickel, Hattie I.
Merickel, Ida May
Merickel, Wm.
Mertz, Dora Marie and Gustav A
Mertz, unclear
Metzger, Jacob and Minnie
Meyer, Louis
Meyer, Louis
Meyer, Louis B. and Lucy C
Mietzel, Frank W. and Hattie B
Mietzel, Oliver F
Miller, Larry and Ohrmundt, Nathan
Miller, unclear and unclear
Miner, Martha
Miner, Martha
Muth, Henry
Muth, Henry
Nehls, John C. and Johanna W
Nehring, Helena
Neider, Frank E.
Nelson, Genevieve
Nelson, Marlyn Lou
Newmann, George and Sophia
Nichols, N.F. and Laura
Nichols, Nathaniel
Noble, Lester
Nyka, Sam and Meta
Oestreich, Alfred
Oestreich, Ferd. and Caroline
Oestreich, William
Osgood, Ransom
Owen, Jobe H.
Paine, Edward
Panzer, Wolfgang and Margareth
Peak, Caroline
Peak, Franz
Perry, J.W. and Evaline
Perschke, William
Peterson, Robert
Pifritz, Albert and unclear
Pipher, John and Julia A.
Polfuss, Donald R.
Polfuss, George R. and Hattie
Polley, Jane
Powell, Adelbert
Powell, Frances
Powell, Geo
Powell, Mary
Powell, Nathan J. and Jennie M
Powell, unclear
Preusse, Rosina C.
Quandt, Emil
Quandt, Ida
Quasius, Lucille Schmidt
Rambusch, W.T. and E.E.
Rex, Harland E. and Kathryn E
Rice, George J.
Rice, Mary
Rich, Ancil J.
Rich, John
Rich, M.
Rich, Philena
Richardt, Henry
Richardt, Emil
Riemer, Augusta
Roper, Julia E. and infant
Roudebush, Georgia T.
Roudebush, Leon K.
Ryder, Alpheus F.
Schaedla, William A. and Verna
Scheradella, Frank and Grace
Schilling, Mathias and Mary
Schley, Johann
Schley, Johann
Schmidt, Wilhelm and Wilhelmine
Schmidt, Augusta M
Schmidt, Balthasar and family
Schmidt, Ferdinand A
Schmidt, Herbert F
Schmidt, John H
Schmidt, Mary A
Schoeffel, John and family
Schrap, John and unclear
Schrap, Minnette Wagner
Schrap, Roland W.
Schucknecht, Laverne W.
Schultz, Gottfried and Johanna
Schultz, Baldwin and family
Schultz, unclear and Elaine M
Schulz, Albert H
Schulz, Anna A. Holznagel
Schulz, August F.C. and Wilhelmine F.L
Schulz, Meta H
Schulz, Minnie A
Schumacher, Louis W. and Evely
Schutz, Wm
Schwandt, Carl and Louise
Schwante, Roland
Schwantes, Henry and Minnia
Schwantes, Herman W. and Wilhelmine
Schwantes, Norman H. and Myrtle L
Schwantes, Roland
Schwantz, Friedrich and family
Schwantz, Theo
Schwensow, Herman H. and Annie L
Schwensow, Leslie W. and Laura
Seifert, Julius and Anna
Sheldon, James
Slight, Will J. and L. Margaret
Smith, Candace C.
Smith, Josiah
Smith, William
Snow, Margaret
Sole, Diana P.
Sole, unclear
Southwick, Emma
Southwick, Grange
Spencer, Sarah
Spiegelberg, Henriette
Spiegelberg, Hulda
Spiegelberg, Paul
Spiegelberg, Anna L
Spiegelberg, Otto
Sprout, Levi and Fanny L.
Sprout, Levi and Fanny L
Stahl, M. Rosina
Stastny, Helen O.
Stastny, Olivia
Steffen, Alvin C.
Steffen, Herman and Wilhelmenia
Stohl, Abigail
Stohl, Stephen
Strong, John H. and Mary E.
Stueber, William
Sutton, John
Sutton, Harriet
Sutton, Isabella
Sutton, Wm. and Eliza
Sweeney, N.S
Taber, Julia West
Tesch, Caroline Lehman
Tesch, Caroline Lehman
Theison, Conrad and Elizabeth
Theison, Reinhold and Emily
Theison, Richard J
Theison, Ruth E
Thieman, Fred and Lydia
Thieman, Frederick A
Thieme, Emil and Emily
Throop, Daniel Hyde
Tibbits, Elliot
Tibbits, Frank
Tibbits, Wilhelmina
Tibbits, Eliza May
Tibbits, Elliot
Tibbits, Frank
Tibbits, Harry
Tibbits, Minnie
Tibbits, Wilhelmina
Tolksdorf, Auguste
Tolksdorf, Walter Rudolph
Tozer, Charles B. and Cordelia
Travers, James J.
Travers, Louise J.
Travers, James J
Tuzer, Charles B. and Delia
Tyler, Amie L.
Uebel, Ernest and Friedericke
Ulbricht, Alma
Ulbricht, Otto
Upham, Edw. H. and Fannie A.
Upham, Edw. H. and Fannie A
Veltum, Milton
Veltum, Sammey E.
Vergenz, Amanda
Vergenz, Herman
Vogler, Frank P. and Emma B
Vorpahl, Albert and Anna L
Waetherby, Robert
Warden, George W. and Ellen
Warner, W. and unclear
Warren, Arthur
Warren, Charlotte E.
Warren, George W.
Warren, Jessie L.
Warren, Joliette
Waterhouse, George
Waterhouse, Joseph
Weatherby, Robert
Weichbrodt, Lorraine
Weidehoff, August and Sophia
Wendorf, J. Aug. F. and Minna
Wendorf, Lavern E. and Lucille
Wendorf, Ray C. and Helene F.
Wendorf, Edgar H. and Wilhelmina
Wendorf, Hilda and unclear
Wendorf, J. Aug. F. and Minna
Wendorf, John R. and Jean M
Wendorf, LaVern E. and Lucille E
Wendorf, Ray C. and Helen F
Werblow, Richard A. and Carol
Werblow, Emilie
Werblow, Ernst F
White, Archer L
White, Arvilla E. and Nellie L
White, Charles R
White, George G. and Harriet F
White, male infant
White, unclear
Wolfe, Herman and Emma
Wyman, A.P.
Wyman, John
Wyman, Olive
Wyman, unclear M
Yates, Albert N. and Ardell K.
Yates, Daisy
Yates, Genevieve L.
Yates, Lester
Yates, William and Betty
Yates, Albert N. and Ardell K
Yates, Mary J
Zache, Frank T.
Zache, Mathilda Schilling
Zaczek, Frank and Anna
Zastrow, Edna
Zastrow, Robert and Lydia
Zell, William C. and Maria
Zell, William and Maria
Ziegenhagen, Gustav and Hattie
Ziegenhagen, Gustav and Hattie
Ziegenhagen, Herman and Mary
Zietlow, Arnold P. and Bertha
Zietlow, Arnold P. and Bertha M
Zilisch, Ludwig F.
Zilisch, Minnie L.
Zubke, Agnes
Zubke, August F.
Zubke, Theresa
Zubke, Agnes
Zubke, August F
Zubke, Theresa

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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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