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Dodge County
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St Bartholomew Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Abbott, Blake and Elsie
Abdella, Joseph G. and Heidi M. Droese
Albert, Edward and family
Albertson, Alfred O. (picture on stone)
Albertson, Alfred O. and wives
Albertson, Alfred O. III
Althoff, Charles W.
Althoff, Gertrude
Althoff, William and Eva
Aucutt, Joseph
Aucutt, William and Jean
Becker, John and Theresia
Becker, Joseph and Anna
Becker, Conrad
Becker, Francis J.
Becker, mother
Becker, Paul C. and family
Becker, Thomas L. and Josephine
Becker, unclear
Becker, Walter E. and Rona Dea J.
Berghammer, Carl and Lena
Bertz, Christian
Bertz, Agnes Mary
Bertz, Elizabeth
Bertz, George and Angeline
Bertz, George Philip
Bertz, Jeffrey J. and Susan R.
Bertz, Joseph F. (Bud) and Vivian J.
Bertz, Joseph Sr.
Bertz, Margaret
Bertz, Margareth
Bertz, Peter J. (Petie)
Bertz, Philip and Catharine
Bertz, Richard J.
Beyel, John
Binder, Elizabeth
Binder, Jacob
Binder, Joseph and Victoria
Binder, Leo N.
Binder, Mary A. and Ella E.
Bock, Raymond H. and Catherine
Brill, Mathies and Susanna
Brill, Michael and Barbara
Brill, Evelyn B.
Brill, William and Mary
Broesch, Jameson John
Broesch, Lindsay Cehl
Burke, Catherine
Butler, Michael
Butz, Arthur and Marie E.
Butz, Harry Sr. and Jean
Casperson, Hannah Marie and Tyler Lynn
Cemetary plaque  
Chowanec, Robert J. and Shirley A.
Condon, Hannarah
Condon, Michael and Bridget
Condon, Clarence
Condon, John T. and family
Condon, Lloyd J.
Crandal, Ema
Cross in cemetery
Dehne, Elizabeth
Dehne, Loretta
Dehne, Margaret
Deihl, Clifford J.
Dobratz, Walter C. and family
Droese, Arthur and Clare
Droese, Michael R.
Duckert, Kenneth E. and family
Dukelow, Clyde E. and Marcella J.
Dukelow, Ray S. and Anna E.
Dukelow, Robert
Dukelow, Rosemarie
Eimer, Charles J.
Eimer, Gertrude
Erdman, Charles and Natalie
Fenske, LaVerne F. and Marie C.
Fitzsimmons, Chad
Fitzsimmons, Hubert J.
Franke, Mary
Fuchs, Harold V. and family
Gault, Lawrence P. and family
Gault, Stewart and Anna
Gault, Vincent E. and Molly C.
Gergen, Fred
Gergen, Nicholas and Anna
Gergen, Annie
Gergen, Peter and Gertrude
Gitzinger, Mathia
Gliniecki, Harry F. and Delores
Gourlie, Lois M.
Grau, Elizabeth
Griep, Catherine
Grimm, Robert and Pearl
Grinwald, Philip and Eva
Grinwald, Eva
Grinwald, Frank
Grinwald, James P.
Grinwald, Mathias and Ottilia
Grinwald, Mathias Matthew (infant)
Grinwald, Philip (infant)
Grinwald, unclear
Hackl, Raymond J. and Marian
Hahn, Frank
Hahn, Jacob
Hahn, Jacob and Barbara
Hahn, John
Hahn, Johannes
Hahn, John
Hahn, Maria
Hahn, Mary
Hahn, Michel
Hahn, Peter
Hahn, unclear
Hahn, unclear female
Haipert, Joseph M. and Leona J.
Halfen, Anna
Hams, William and Susan
Hannan, Charles and Sarah
Hansen, Florence M.
Hartl, Jerome E. (Jerry) and family
Hartl, Stephen J. and Marion E. Schulteis
Hartmann, Ferdinand
Haupert, Anna
Haupert, Annie
Haupert, Anton
Haupert, Anton
Haupert, Frank J. and Caroline M.
Haupert, Jake and family
Haupert, John
Haupert, Maggie
Haupert, Nick A. and Elizabeth
Haupert, Nicklaus
Haupert, unclear
Heesen, Wilhelm and Elizabeth
Heesen, Donald Otto
Heesen, Joseph J. and Dora E.
Heesen, Roman N. and Eva J.
Heesen, Theodore P. and family
Hein, Elizabeth
Hein, John and Ida
Hein, Mathias
Hein, Ervin
Hein, Fred and Linda
Hein, Maria
Hein, Mary
Hein, unclear
Heintz, Frank and Margaret
Heintz, Margaret
Heintz, Mary
Heintz, Mathias and Mary
Heintz, Nickolas and Anna
Heintz, Anna
Heintz, Arthur and Irene
Heintz, Genevieve
Heintz, Jacob
Heintz, Nicklaus and Augusta
Held, Dr. Dean and Daniel T.
Held, Edgar and Mary A.
Held, Gerald L. and Cristy A.
Held, Walter C. and Louise C.
Hennes, Joseph (infant)
Hesprich, John and Elizabeth
Hesprich, Elmer
Hesprich, John F. and Helen
Hesprich, Julius and Agnes
Hesprich, Raymond and Wendy
Hesprich, unclear
Hesprich, unclear male
Hetzel, Mary
Hickey, John
Hickey, John
Huegli, Walter C. and Shirley A.
Jacobi, Elizabeth
Jacobi, John and Angeline
Jacobi, Peter
Jacobi, Angeline
Jaeke, Spencer A.W. and family
Jaekel, Elizabeth
Jaekel, Ferdinand
Jaroch, Carl and Eleonore
Kennow, LaVerne
Kiefer, Gertrude
Kiefer, Mathias
Kiefer, Frank A. and Sophia T.
Kiefer, Peter
Kiefer, Roman W. and Madge
Klemme, Caroline Binder Theis
Klink, Mary C.
Kohler, Leo and Leona
Konz, Johanna Schneider
Krenzelok, Albert T.
Kreuser, Lawrence H. and Irene G.
Krezelok, Michael and Rose
Kucera, John W. and Margaret T.
Lacey, Ellen
Lacey, Mary A.
Lacey, Patrick
Lackas, Eva
Lackas, Mathias
Lackas, Peter and Elisabeth
Lackas, Peter and Jennie
Lackas, Peter and Mary
Lackas, Angline
Lackas, Anna M.
Lackas, Catherine
Lackas, Henry and Caroline
Lackas, Henry J. and Marion
Lackas, Matt
Lackas, Michael
Lackas, Peter
Lakas, Peter and Anna
Lazich, Nicholas and Maxine Zimmer
Lazich, Scott
Leader, Martin J. and Elizabeth A.
Leicher, Martin and Christina
Leicher, Joseph and Henry
Liberek, Martin
Lotter, Frank
Ludtke, Alan Melvin
Ludtke, Kathleen
Lueck, Fred and Elizabeth
Marks, Edwin
Marks, Christian
Marks, Frank and Catherine
Marks, Jerry (picture on stone)
Marks, Jerry and family
Marks, Joseph and Angeline
Marks, Lillian A.
Marks, Lucille A.
Marks, Susan
Mayer, Henry
Mayer, Joseph
Mayer, Magdalena
Mayer, Margaret
Mayer, John
Mayer, unclear female
McCollow, Agnes M.
McCollow, John M. and Anna M.
McCollow, Martin T. and Rosalia M.
McCollow, Rev. E.C.
McDermott, Alexander
McDermott, Margaret
McDermott, Myrtle
McDermott, Catherine
McDermott, Elizabeth
McDermott, Ernest W.
McDermott, Thomas
McDermott, unclear
Merkt, children
Merkt, Gregory and family
Mertes, Angeline
Mertes, Elmer P.
Mertes, Frank J.
Mertes, Jacob and Margaret
Mertes, John and Sophia
Mertes, Peter J.
Mertes, unclear
Multhauf, Julius and Eva
Multhauf, Bertha and Bertha
Multhauf, Elisabetha
Multhauf, Eugene M. and Marie E.
Multhauf, Frank B. and Elsie M.
Multhauf, James W.
Multhauf, Jerome M.
Multhauf, Joseph and Agnes
Multhauf, Julius E.
Multhauf, Matt E. and Frances B.
Multhauf, Philip and family
Murphy, Arthur E. and Otilda F.
Murphy, John and family
Neisius, Jacob
Neisius, John and Maria
Neisius, Edward A.
Neisius, Jacob
Neisius, Joseph F.
Neisius, Michael A. and Anna E.
Neu, Alphonse and Margaret
Neu, Armella
Neu, Charles and family
Neu, Christine Rose
Neu, Edward I. and Beatrice M.
Neu, Hugo W. and Catherine
Neu, James and Annette
Neu, Mary Ann
Neu, Rev. Charles W.
Neu, Sharon Joyce
Neu, Thomas J. and Mavis A.
Nickels, John J. and Barbara D.
Nickels, Tina Marie
O'Conner, unclear male
Ostermann, Jacob
Peltier, Jeffrey (Jeff)
Peplinski, Raymond J. and Betty Ann
Rady, John M.
Rady, Paul and unclear
Reint, Peter
Reisler, Frank
Reisler, Josephine
Remmel, Anna
Remmel, A.J.
Remmel, Michael F.
Repinski, Theodore A.
Retzel, Frankie
Rieck, Adolph and Mae
Roeder, Frances
Roethle, Leo J. and Helen E.
Rotering, Heinrich
Rotering, Maria
Schaefer, Joseph
Schiffler, Anna
Schlink, George R. and Beulah E.
Schmidt, Amcele
Schmidt, Gregory L. and Magdalena
Schmidt, Peter
Schmitt, Adam Frank
Schmitt, Anthony W. (Tony) and Jane M. Hesprich
Schultz, Daniel (Danny)
Schuman, Edward and Margaret
Schumann, Elsie
Schumann, Adelheit
Schumann, Charles
Singleton, CeCelia
Singleton, William J.
Sloup, Frank P. and Amber A.
St. Bartholomew Cemetery Sign
St. Bartholomew statue in cemetery
Stoiber, Mildred O. Brill
Stoiber, Robert E.
Stoiber, unclear and Frances
Sudbeck, Adrian M.
Thelen, Hilbert and Alyce
Thelen, Hilbert H.
Thomas, Anna Maria
Thomas, Eugene and Lenora
Tierney, Thomas and Ann
Tierney, Margaret M. and Mary
Tierney, Thomas
Timmins, Margaret
Tiss, Oswald and Sophia
Tobin, Thomas and Patrick
Uhing, Alvina
Uhing, June R.
Ullsperger, Jerome C.
Uttendorfer, Katherine Weber
Weber, Katharina
Weber, Nicholas and Angeline
Weber, Peter and Elizabeth
Weber, Peter and Margaret
Weber, Arnold P.
Weber, Ben J.
Weber, Jacob and Emma
Weber, Jacob and family
Weber, Nic.
Weber, Nick
Weber, Peter and Elizabeth
Webner, Barbara
Webner, Mathias
Weinsheim, Peter and Thresa
Weinsheim, Anna
Weinsheim, Peter and Thresa M.
Weiss, Gertrude
Weiss, Gertrude Hahn
Werner, John and Rosalia
Werner, Raymond M.
Werner, Russell and unclear
Whalen, Michael and Jane
Whelan, Elizabeth
Wiebelhaus, Joseph and Johanna
Wiebelhaus, Norbert P. and Theresa
Wiese, John A.
Wiese, Joseph
Will, Bernard V. and Esther A.
Will, Emil J. and Margaret
Wiser, Mary
Wiser, Ellen
Wolf, Alex J. and Elizabeth
Wolf, Marie Leberek
Zimmer, Michael and Anna
Zimmer, Ferdinand and Veronica
Zimmer, Joseph L.
Zimmer, Michael and Katherine
Zimmer, William
Zimmerman, Amanda Marie

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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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