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St Mary's Holy Name Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Alexander, Eugene J. and Mary J
Annoye, Walter and Alvina
Antonissen, Joseph and Catherine
Atkinson, Elmer Merlin
Babler, Anton and family
Babler, Cyrus C
Babler, falily
Babler, Ferdinand Jr. and Catherine
Babler, Ferdinand
Babler, Mary
Baumgarten, Anna
Bellin, George and family
Birdsall, Eliza
Birdsall, Father Richard Wayne
Birdsall, Hugh W. and Marion
Birdsall, John and Rosalia
Bosman, Darrel J. and Claire V
Bouche, Melvin A
Bouche, Melvin and family
Brandl, Joseph and family
Bretl, Clifford and family
Bretl, John and wife
Bretl, John G. and Agatha L
Bretl, Joseph and Catherine
Bretl, Joseph and Elizabeth
Bretl, Lawrence
Bretl, Michael and family
Bretl, William L. and Elizabeth
Brett, Alexander and Natalie
Brett, Gregory R
Brey, Ferdinand and Dora
Brey, George J. and Josephine
Brey, Julia
Brey, Marie
Brey, Michael and family
Buhr, infant son
Bunkelman, Vernon E
Campbell, Mary Immel
Campbell, Thomas H
Carstens, Daniel M
Casperson, Grace
Charles, Bradford J
Charles, Richard J
Charles, Ricky J
Cherney, Herbert
Cihlar, George and Gertrude
Claflin, Myrtle
Clark, Harvey and Germaine
Cochenet, Elmer and Helen
Cochenet, William J
Coisman, Harry and Anne
Cornell, Eva Catharine
Cornette, Mary A
Cornette, Verneld and Emma
Cumber, Joseph and Harriet
Dachelet, Daniel and Virginia
Delcorps, Ray S. and Carole J
Delwiche, Eugene and Mary
Denil, Donald and family
Dier, Elmer
Dier, Michael and Helen
Dier, Odina
Dionne, Donald and Mary
Dionne, Joseph and Mary
Dionne, Marcel and Augusta
Dix, Raymond and Gertrude A
Doell, Orville W. and Virgil M
DuBois, Clayton and Lillian
Dufek, Math. and Mary
Dufek, Peter and family
Durst, wife of
Eichhorn, Stephen J. and family
Engebose, John and Rosie
Englebert, Jule and Emma
Entringer, Albert and Delores
Entringer, John and Julia
Entringer, Norbert F
Euclide, Eugene J. and Esther V
Euclide, John and Marie
Fagg, Ira C. and Clara
Faken, Charles W. and Hilda A
Feest, Clayton J. and Mary C
Feller, John and family
Fenlon, Gordon Jr. and Sandra
Fitzgerald, John
Fox, John and Josephine
Franda, Albert
Franda, George and Vera
Franda, Jerome V. and Loretta I
Franda, Joseph W
Franda, Michael and Catherine
Frando, John M. and Annie M
Frando, Michael L
Geier, Dorothy M
Geier, Leo H
Geier, Peter and Angeline
Gerondale, Louis J. and Annellyn
Gigot, Harry and Myrtle
Goetz, Margaret
Goetz, Phillip
Goetz, Thomas and Mary
Goetz, wife of
Goodlet, Anna M
Goodlet, Clinton H
Gordon, David Lee
Grassel, Charles and Mary
Grassel, Joseph L
Grassel, Michael and Katharine
Grassel, Michael Jr
Guilette, Elmer and family
Guilette, Ida
Hegnet, Louise
Heldman, John and Anna
Heldmann, Joseph and Gertrude
Heldmann, Leonard J. and Marjorie J
Hennessey, M.A
Holland, David J
Immel, Joseph Jr
Impullitti, Gregory C
Jeanquart, Magdeline M
Jeanquart, Wilford and Laura
Jennerjohn, Alois
Jennerjohn, Carl and Lena
Jindra, Joseph and family
Johnson, James J
Keck, George and Mary
Keck, Joseph and Mary
Keck, Mary
Keoch, John and Sarah Lokajicek
Kerscher, Agnes
Kerscher, Anthony M. and Judith A
Kerscher, Anton F. and family
Kerscher, Anton
Kerscher, Bertha J
Kerscher, Cyril
Kerscher, Englebert
Kerscher, Gabriel and Lorraine
Kerscher, Joan Ann
Kerscher, Michael A
Kerscher, Theresa
Kessen, John
Kessen, Joseph and family
Kiaubauf, Richard and M. Elaine
Kinnard, William J. and Lorraine M
Kipping, Joseph and Jennie
Klapatch, Albina
Klapatch, CeCilia
Klapatch, Frank
Klapatch, Herbert
Klapatch, Louis and Catherine
Klaubauf, Frances
Klaubauf, Frank
Klaubauf, Ignatz
Klaubauf, John J. and Pauline M
Klaubauf, Joseph A
Klaubauf, Richard M
Kohlbeck, Anton and family
Kostichka, Jacob and Emma
Kostichka, Randall E. and Barbara J
Krause, Mary Ludwik
Krueger, Allen E
Krueger, Elavia
Lardinois, Michael W. and Elizabeth A. Hofmann
Lawrence, Andrew H. and Emma C
Lawrence, Kathryn
LeClaire, Eugene C. and Mae E
LeFevre, Norman J. and Irene M
LeFevre, Ryan Michael
Leitner, Frederick and family
Levenhagen, Brenda Joyce
Long, Ferdinand and Mary
Longley, Noel
Ludwik, Joseph and Caroline
Ludwik, Karolina
Mallen, Gordon P. and Verna Mary
Marin, Robert and Carolyn
Martell, Scott L
Massart, infant son
Matzke, Eric C. and Marie
McCauley, John B
McCauley, Verda V
McDermott and Walter family
McDermott, Ann
McNulty, Martin R. and Sharon A
Mencheski, Winona J
Meunier, Charles A
Meunier, Charles J. and Clara M
Meunier, Vernon
Meyer, Mike
Mulvihill, Bridget
Mulvihill, Ellen
Mulvihill, Jennie
Mulvihill, John
Mura, Edward
Mura, Jerome A. and Mae C
Mura, Josephine
Mura, Katherina
Naze, Eugene and Marcella
Neils, Albin J
Neils, Herman and family
O'Hern, Joseph and Frances
O'Hern, Kenneth and Frieda
Oswald, Catherine
Oswald, Rev. Maxmilian
Paul, Frank and Irene
Paul, John and Katherine
Paul, John J. and family
Pavlik, Charles and Barbara
Pavlik, Charles G
Pavlik, infant
Pavlik, Joseph P
Pavlik, Marian L
Peroutky, Frank W. and Virginia
Peroutky, Frank W. Jr
Perry, Tyrus and Laura
Petrina, Anton
Petrina, Joseph and Mabel
Pfister, William and Jennie
Pischel, Anton and Joseph
Ploor, Albert F. and Elsie
Ploor, Caroline
Ploor, Irene
Ploor, Joseph and Amelia
Ploor, Joseph W. and Estella
Ploor, Theresa
Ploor, William
Plutz, Edward
Plutz, John and family
Plutz, Leo
Plutz, Mary
Plutz, Simon
Poh, John
Poh, Lawrence
Poh, Minnie
Poh, Peter Arthur
Prokash, CeCelia M. Schmitz
Puerling, Lucy and Edward
Rauscher, wife of
Riederer, Anna (2)
Riederer, Anna
Riederer, Clemens
Riederer, Joseph
Rohr, Irene Stauber
Rose, Frank and family
Rose, Janet Carol
Rose, Matilda and infant
Rose, Wendelin and Helen
Rozek, Richard M
Rozek, Valerie Ann
Sargeant, Dr. George Merle and Agnes
Schley, Jerry W. and Marion V
Schlise, Anton and family
Schlise, Tyler and Travis
Schlise, Walter A. and Edna M
Schmelzer, Hnery and Iva
Schmelzer, Roy and Angela
Schmelzle, Frank and family
Schmelzle, John J. and Augusta M
Schmelzle, Lloyd and Helen
Schmelzle, William and Minnie
Schmitz, John and Barbara
Schmitz, Norbert and Vivian
Schneeberger, Kenneth and Tillie
Schneider, Hazel Dachelet
Schoenbrunn, Leo and Laura
Shestock, Joseph . and Barbara
Short, Rev. Joseph Carlton
Sloan, Lorraine
Sloan, Sophia
Sloan, Sylvester J
Smylie, Dorothy R
Smylie, Gordon D
Smylie, Josephine
St. Mary's Cemetery sign
St. Pierre and Schultz family
Stauber, Antone J
Stauber, John P
Stauber, Mary
Stauber, Wolfgang and Mary
Stegmann, Louis E. and Lucy M
Steiner, Mark J
Stoeger, Alois and Beverly
Stoneman, Betty
Stoneman, John A. and Patricia J
Stoneman, John and Mayme
Stoneman, Jos. P
Stoneman, Joseph and Katherine
Stoneman, Roy G. and Louise
Stoneman, Yvonne
Strahan, Joseph and Frances
Strahan, Joseph E
Sullivan, David D
Sullivan, James and family
Sullivan, Rory J
Sullivan, Thomas A
Svec, Frank and Kristyne
Swoboda, Charles and Edna
Swoboda, Janice Mary
Tenor, George and family
Tenor, George J. and Jeanette
Tenor, George Sr. and Josephine
Tenor, Henry M. and Lucille L
Tesar, Dora
Tesar, Peter
Tesch, Raymond and Mae S
Tlachac, George and Rose
Tlachac, John and Ella
Vandertie, Frank and family
Vogel, David
Vogel, Edward J
Vogel, Henry and family
Vogel, Joseph W. and Barbara
Vogel, Joseph
Vogel, Wolfgang and Theresa
Wardeck, Frank
Wardeck, Jerry and June
Wardeck, Mary
Waters, James S. and Elsie M
Wehausen, Frederick Sr. and family
Wehausen, Herman and family
Wery, Kenneth W
Wiese, Walter and Agnes
Wilholte, William and Mary
Willman, Melissa Ann
Wochos, Logan Kelli
Wodack, Andrew and Dorothy
Wortiska, Frank and Charles
Writt, Henrietta
Writt, Michael J
Zettel, Anton and Frances
Zettel, Frank and Adeline
Zettel, Joseph and family
Zettel, Joseph J. and Anna Marin
Zettel, Monica
Zirbel, Michael Ryan
Zirbel, Robert L

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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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