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Alber, Casper
Alber, Margarett
Alber, Michael J.
Anderson, Herman M.
Aufdermauer, Earl and Joan
Aufdermauer, Elmer J.
Aufdermauer, Elroy J.
Aufdermauer, John J.
Aufdermauer, Joseph
Aufdermauer, Kasey Ann
Aufdermauer, Mary
Aufdermauer, Mary A.
Baier, Edward and Margaret
Baltes, Alfred F.
Baltes, Angeline
Baltes, Catherine
Baltes, Charles F. Jr.
Baltes, Charles M.
Baltes, Florence C.
Baltes, Ida
Baltes, John
Baltes, Joseph
Baltes, Katherine
Baltes, Katherine F.
Baltes, Michael
Baltes, Peter and Catherine
Barch, Chester and Kathleen M.
Baus, Julian Ann
Becker, Alois J.
Becker, Clarence and family
Becker, Harold A. and Verna M.
Beine, Arthur J. and family
Bever, Leonard and Leona
Bilgreen, Mary A.
Binder, Elsie
Briski, Steve and Helen
Brueckmann, Joan W.
Brueckmann, Waldemar B.
Byers, Steven
Canar, Catharina
Canar, Henry
Canar, Michael H. and Mary F.
Cappelli, Odino and Adele
Carmody, Carolina
Catania, Amy Katherine
Christ, Theonilla Hauschel
Christensen, Dorothy Hauser Weiler
Church next to cemetery,  
Condon, Edward and family
Cornelius, Rosemary J.
D'Acquisto, Tony
Dayton, Clara C.
Derse, Dorothy L.
Derse, Robert
Derse, Robert A.
Derse, Rosella
Elgin, Jimmy D. and Carol Ann
Enders, John J. and family
Engeldinger, Barbara
Engeldinger, Mary
Engeldinger, Mathias
Engeldinger, Mathias Sr.
Ensign, Jack and family
Fahrenrug, Howard H. and Emma
Feerick, Patrick
Feiter, Sylvester A. and Helen A.
Ferencevich, Mark and Barbara
Fetzer, Anthony J. and Bernadette B.
Flouro, Gladys Scholtes
Ford, Henry
Ford, Margaret
Ford, Richard and Anna
Ford, Thomas J.
Frank, Harry
Franzen, Clara
Gehring, Adolph
Gehring, Andrew and Paulina
Gehring, Elaine T. and Gloria M.
Gehring, Joseph A. and Dolores M.
Gehring, Leona
Gehring, Leona C.
Gehring, William F.
Gergen, Henry and Emma
Grinwald, Edward and Rose
Grinwald, Philip and Marcella
Grinwald, Russell J. and Grace J.
Grinwald, Todd J. and family
Gulden, Joseph and family
Gundrum, infants
Gundrum, Luke and Myrtle
Hagen, Donald M.
Hagen, Theobald J. and Mildred M.
Hahn, Clemence and Mary
Hauschel, Christoph
Hauschel, Joseph
Hauschel, Lloyd
Hauschel, Maria Anna
Hauser, Alphonse
Hauser, Andreas and Katharina
Hauser, Arthur A. and family
Hauser, August
Hauser, Barbara
Hauser, Bernard A. and Anna C.
Hauser, Catherine E.
Hauser, Clara M.
Hauser, Conrad
Hauser, Conrad and Katherine
Hauser, Cresencia
Hauser, Emma
Hauser, Hilda T.
Hauser, Joseph
Hauser, Kate
Hauser, Katherine
Hauser, Nicholas
Hauser, Richard J.
Hauser, Theresa
Hauser, Walter C. and Helen
Hauser, William A.
Haversack, Johanna Hauser
Haversack, William
Hayes, James V. and Mary E.
Heck, Kenneth J. and family
Heck, Paul C.
Heimerl, Carl W. and Evona F.
Heimerl, Francis E. and Mae K.
Heimerl, John S. and Mary E.
Heimerl, Mark
Heimerl, Thomas C.
Hennes, Camaran and Beatrice
Hennes, Dorothy M. Winkler
Hennes, John James
Hesprich, Joseph and Adeline
Hetzel, Anton W. and Julia
Hetzel, Donald C.
Hetzel, Frank and Marie
Hetzel, Frank Jr. and family
Hetzel, Katharine
Hetzel, Lawrence
Hill, Brad Thomas
Hill, Elizabeth Schmidt
Hoeppner, Otto and Pauline K.
Hoeppner, Teresa M.
Horst, Conrad J. and Anna R.
Hose, John and family
Hose, John H. and family
Huber, Emil L.
Kalemien, Joseph
Keink, William and Loretta
Kelly, Joseph E. and Anna E.
Kelly, Margaret and Barbara
Kiefer, Michael and Margaret
Kirsch, Nicolaus
Kling, Clara A.
Kling, Edmund
Kling, Edmund J.
Kling, Elizabeth
Kling, Jacob and Elizabeth
Kling, John F.
Kling, John P. and Eva D.
Kling, John Sr. and Margaret
Kling, Joseph
Kling, Joseph C.
Kling, Norbert
Klink, Allan J. and family
Klink, Anna
Klink, Dennis E.
Klink, Henry and Veronika
Klink, Jerome G. and Betty Marie
Klink, Lloyd M.
Klink, Marcella Anna
Klink, Margeretha
Klink, Marie
Klink, Mathew and Mae M.
Klink, Nic
Klink, Nickolaus
Klink, Nickolaus and Aaron W.
Klink, Nikolaus M. and Lucy E.
Klink, Pauline
Klink, Quirin R. and Monica F.
Klink, Raymond R. and Verna C.
Klink, Robert and Angeline
Klink, Wilbert
Klink, Will.
Klink, William
Klose, Natalie
Klose, Paul
Koch, Monica T.
Kohl, Louis J.
Kohl, William J. and Theresa A.
Komp, Ardan and family
Kreilkamp, unclear and Ella Jean
Kuehl, Adam M.
La Buwi, Adolph J. and Emma P.
La Buwi, Charles H. and Pauline L. Klink
La Buwi, Clara
La Buwi, Edmund J. and Mayme E.
La Buwi, Harvey and unclear
La Buwi, Herbert J. and family
La Buwi, Johannah
La Buwi, Rev. Francis C. and Charles
La Buwi, Rosella P.
La Buwi, William F.
Lackas, Anna
Le Duc, John J.
Licht, Jacob
Licht, John and Sophia
Lindemann, August E. (Augie) and Jane E.
Lindemann, Robert A. and Janet G.
Lindemann, Robert F. and Dolores E.
Manke, Walter A. and Victoria B. Hund
Maraska, Oscar W. Jr.
Maraska, unclear
Mauthe, Henry M.
Mauthe, Joseph
McGregor, Theresa Strowig
McLaughlin, Charles J. and Rose M.
Merkt, Anna
Merkt, Emma
Merkt, William and Angala
Metz, Jacob C. and Mary S.
Michal, Mary
Mickel, Math and Margaret
Miotke, Hubert A. and unclear
Moser, Augustin and Liowina
Moser, Hugo W. and family
Moser, Marie Catherine
Moser, Otto
Moser, Roland A. and Delores A.
Moser, Theresa R.
Moser, William and Katherine J.
Multhauf, Anna
Multhauf, Elizabeth
Multhauf, Frank
Multhauf, Fred A. and Veronica
Multhauf, Helena
Multhauf, Herbert W. and Esther B.
Multhauf, Johanna
Multhauf, John A.
Multhauf, Joseph and Anna Mae
Multhaus, Walter E.
Neu, Amelia
Neu, George J.
Neu, Joseph
Neu, Louis and Mary A.
Neu, Louisa
Neu, Norbert F. and M.
Neu, Sylvester
Neu, Vincent (Jake) and Rosalie
Neu, William
Newman, David E.
Newman, Elgin S. and Alice R.
Newman, William E. and Margaret A.
Odenwald, John and unclear M.
Odenwald, John D. and Rosemary
O'Leske, Joseph P. and Margaret
Peifer, Joseph and Magdalena
Pelsler, Kimberly Kay
Persha, Emil M. and Dorothy M.
Peters, Albert and Katherine
Peters, Albert E. and Magdelena
Peters, John and Theresa
Peters, Raymond and Eleanor
Peters, William
Pfeiffer, Anna and Rose
Phillips, John D.
Phillips, John D. (picture on stone)
Pichery, Mary A.
Polega, Michael J. and Della M.
Priesgen, Gerald L. and family
Pusch, Elizabeth Mary
Pusch, Herman and Irena
Pusch, Victor Aloysius
Reitzner, John P. and Theresa
Reitzner, Nikolaus
Reitzner, Theresia
Rettler, Marlene
Riethle, Fred J. and Angeline R.
Rippey, Charles W. and unclear
Roethle, Alice E.
Roethle, Alphons P.
Roethle, Amalia
Roethle, Barbara
Roethle, Bernadette Campeau
Roethle, Ferdinand and Katharina
Roethle, George F.
Roethle, Gerard and Theresa
Roethle, Gilbert and Theresa
Roethle, John M.
Roethle, Joseph
Roethle, Joseph N.
Roethle, Marie T.
Roethle, Nicholas
Roethle, Norbert and Marcella E.
Roethle, Peter
Roethle, Raymond
Roethle, Robert G.
Roethle, Theresa
Roethle, William and family
Rohlinger, Harold V. and Molly M.
Rudnitzki, Albert and Elizabeth M.
Rudolf, Alex R. and Mary Ann
Rudolf, Allen T.
Rudolf, James A.
Rudolf, Thomas G.
Sali, Bruno G. and Giuseprina
Salinas, Gumegindo
Salmon, John E.
Salmon, Joseph
Salmon, Margaret A.
Schaeter, Peter B. and family
Schairer, Jean Joan
Scharpf, Adam and Katherina
Scharpf, Edward B.
Scharpf, Mathias
Schmid, Joseph and Anna
Schmidt, Ervin P. and Melanie M.
Schmidt, James A. and Carmen L.
Schmidt, Louis
Schmidt, Nickolaus and Catherine
Schmitt, Lillian
Schmitt, Nicklous and Angeline
Schmitt, Ryan R.
Schoebel, Ralph and Marie
Scholtes, Cornelius
Scholtes, Marie
Scholtes, Mary
Scholtes, Mathew M.
Scholtes, Mathias and family
Scholtes, Paul and Dolores
Schommer, Nicholas and unclear
Schotz, George
Schreiber, Joseph and Anton
Schuh, Henry and Mary
Schumacher, Esther
Schumacher, Fred and Helen
Schumacher, Herbert W. and Bernadette A.
Schumacher, Ralph F. and Cecelia A.
Schwalbach, Cornelius and Amalia
Searing, Laverne R. and Elizabeth M.
Serres, Frank and Anna
Serres, Frank and Anna
Sikorowski, Anastazy Krescenty and Carye Lynn
Simon, Peter J. and Elizabeth C.
Sonnentag, Edward and Eleanor
Sonnentag, Edward and Eleanor
Sonnentag, Edward, Eleanor and Cyrilla
Sonnentag, Henry H.
Sonnentag, John and Elizabeth
Sonnentag, John and Elizabeth
Sonnentag, Mary
Sonnentag, Nic and Magdalena
Sonnentag, Nic and Magdelena
Sonnentag, Nic and Magdelena
Sonnentag, Oscar
Sonnentag, Oscar M.
Sonnentag, Walter and Walczak, Edward S. and Shirley M.
St John Rubicon,  
St. John's Cemetery Sign,  
Stanga, Peter and Agnes
Sterr, Anthony James
Sterr, Nicholas and unclear
Sterr, Peter and Mary
Stippich, Albert and Katherine
Stippich, Bernard C. and Betty J.
Stippich, Carl J. and Lorraine D.
Stippich, Francis J.
Stommel, Charles and Stella
Stotz, Anna
Strowig, Clarence J. Jr.
Strowig, Eugene J.
Strowig, Gary
Strowig, Herman J.
Strowig, Johannah A. Culden
Strowig, Joseph
Strowig, Joseph and family
Strowig, Marian H. Holl
Tesch, William and Eileen
Tetzer, John and Theresa
Thimm, John and Clara
Thimm, Joseph
Thimm, Joseph J. and Joyce M.
Thomas, Frank and Josephine
Thomas, George
Thomas, Joseph M. Sr. and Pauline W.
Thomas, Leo N. and family
Thomas, Mathies
Thomas, Peter and Anna
Thomas, William J.
Twogood, Charles A. and Ruth
Wagner, Johanna
Wagner, Nickolas and Elizabeth
Wald, John and Leona
Wald, Joseph J. Sr. and Jane L.
Walker, John and Jessie
Walker, John R.
Walker, Robert A. and Marie F.
Walker, Virginia Carol
Walsh, Leo A. and Alma I.
Walsh, Roy F. and Eva R.
Walter, Joseph and Patricia
Wells, Celeste Walker
Winter, Sandra L. and Rogers, Sandra L.
Wiskerchen, Alton J. and unclear
Zivkovich, George J.
Zivkovich, Marko and Agnes
Zivkovich, Thomas L.
Zubke, Aaron Jerome
Zubke, Eleanor L. and family
Zubke, Ralph F. and family
Zubke, unclear James

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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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