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Crawford County
Bridgeport Township
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Evergreen Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Callihan, S.E. - Fulcher, Al J. and Ann V.

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Callihan, S.E.
Cameron, Caroline S.
Cameron, Rev. Malcolm James
Campbell, Charles T.
Campbell, David L.
Campbell, David L. and Helen S.
Campbell, Francis A.
Campbell, Harriet A.
Campbell, Jennie M.
Campbell, Norman E.
Campbell, Norman J. and Martha M.
Campbell, Robert E.
Campbell, William J. and Clara E.
Campbell, William M.
Cardin, Joseph P.
Cardine, Emil J.
Cardine, Godfrey and Elizabeth
Carl, Edward and family
Carl, Frederick
Carl, Fredericke
Carl, Miss
Carl, Robert and Emma
Carnes, Wanda L.
Case, Charles B.
Case, Charles B.
Case, Chester and Edmond Lawrence
Case, children
Case, Emily F.
Case, Lawrence
Case, Lawrence and Emily F.
Case, Ottilie
Case, Ottilie G.
Case, Wilhelmina G.
Cassels, Dr. Donald E.
Cassels, Isabella C.M.
Cathman, Bernard K.
Catrona, Constance Severson
Cech, Catherine
Cech, Michael
Cecka, Anthony W. and Margaret
Cejka, Janice
Cejka, Raymond and Dorothy P.
Chabela, Charles J.
Chamberlain, Orley and Belva
Chambers, Almira J.
Chambers, Hellen A.
Chambers, John M.
Champion, Karen Diane
Champion, Melvin and Lily A.
Chapek, John
Chapek, Mathilda
Chapman, Abner C. and Lillian M.
Chapman, Benjamin
Check, Allen Thomas and Beatrice Ann
Chenverd, Theo
Cherrier, R.P.
Cherrier, W.
Cherrier, W.H.F. and Selma
Cherwak, John and Alice
Chew, Robert T.
Chitwood, Anna and Holly
Christen, Clara Ziel
Christen, Ernst
Christen, Freda D.
Christensen, Henry and Sylvia
Christie, Clara
Christie, Clara L.
Christie, John C.
Church, Amelia Agnes
Church, L.F.
Church, W.
Churchill, Warren W. and Emma L.
Churchill, William and Emma A.
Clark, Blaine T.
Clark, Edgar and Emma M.A.
Clark, Edith
Clark, Edward
Clark, Frank P.
Clark, Harriet S.
Clark, Irene
Clark, Iva Mary
Clark, Keith R.
Clark, Lucile
Clark, Richard
Clark, S.A.
Clark, Sarah
Clarke, unclear female
Clayton, Du Wain Duke
Clayton, Harry
Clayton, Neil Harry
Clinton, Ella B.
Coburn, Abiel
Coburn, Isabella
Coburn, James M.
Coffman, Raymond F. and Florence L.
Cole, Thomas E.
Collins, Frank J.
Collins, Fred E.
Collins, G. and Marie
Collins, Margaret M. and Blackman, Nancy
Collins, Margaret M. and Nancy
Collins, Minnie
Collins, Ruth M.
Collins, Sidney L.
Comstock, Marilyn L.
Comstock, Robert J.
Conant, Amy E.
Conant, Dr. John
Conant, Dr. John H.
Conant, E.
Contell, Cella and Clotilo A.
Contell, unclear
Cook, Eli
Cooley, Allen and Helen
Cooley, Donald F. and Marcia Ann
Cooley, Melissa Susan
Cooley, Thomas E. and Cheryl L.
Coolidge, Herbert and Ida Geraldine
Coolidge, Loretta M.
Coolidge, Vernon and Irma Gladys
Cooper, Charles A. and Leona C.
Cordier, Francis
Cornford, Harry and Kathryn
Cornford, John A. and Lucy D.
Costello, Isabelle Smith
Cota, Cheri L.
Coutts, May P.
Crady, Herman and Audrey
Craig, Grace
Craig, Herman H.
Crawford, Albert and Mary O.
Crawford, Edward C.
Crawford, Frances Hiers
Crawford, Frank F.
Crawford, James
Crawford, Jimmie
Crawford, Minnie Zabel
Crawford, Sam H.
Crawford, Sam H. and Ada L.
Crimmins, Fern Dworak
Crusan, James and Elizabeth
Cuchna, James and Marian L.
Cull, Christie Lee
Cullen, James P.
Cullen, James P. and M. Leone
Curry, John W.
Curry, Wessie L.
Curts, William and Eliza
Czarnecki, Joseph C.
Czarnecki, Merlie
Dagnon, Addie
Dale, Charles James
Dames, Julia
Danoley, Jesse
Darrow, John E.
Daugherty, Lester R.
Daugherty, Mildred G.
David, Clarence L. and Ruth B.
David, Henry F.
David, John G. and Mary M.
David, Judy K.
David, Veronica
David, Waclav and Mary
Davies, Patricia Ann
Davis, Emma E.
Davis, Frederick J.
Day, Henry V.
Day, Henry V. and Leonia A.
Day, Henry V. and Llonia A.
Day, John and Ada W.
Deacon, William
DeCoto, Warren E.
Degenhardt, Kathryn M.
Delaf, unclear
DeLorimier, Louis W. and Nelda A.
Denio, Aaron
Denio, Melinda F.
Denio, Salena A.
Denney, Sarah Jane and Syrena
DesForges, Cyril E. and Luella
Desjardins, Sarah A.
Desposito, Andrew S. and Ella I.
Desposito, Roy A.
Dietrich, Lewis and Allathea
Dillman, Caroline Craig
Dillman, Francis E. and Lillian G.
Dillman, Robert G. and Georgene R.
Dimock, Carrie A.
Dimock, Charles C.
Dimock, Irene H.
Dimock, Louisa E.
Dimock, R.C. and Resa C.
Dodd, Douglas F.
Dodd, John Douglas
Dodd, Theron B. and Candis
Dodson, John D. and Cora
Dohse, Edward F.
Dohse, Elmer and Tilda M.
Dohse, Elmer and Tilda M.
Dohse, Henry
Dohse, Henry and Sophie
Dohse, Peter G. and Martha M.
Dohse, unclear
Dohse, William and Anna
Douglass, D.A.
Douglass, Josephine
Douglass, Ray C.
Douglass, Willie
Dreier, Charles and Edna
Driskill, Donald R. and Amelia E.
Duff, Archie M. and Lorna A.
Duff, Gerald E.
Dunbar, Keith L.
Dvorak, Ronald V.
Dworak, Calvin Tom and Lucille M.
Dworak, Frank
Dworak, George A.
Dworak, John
Dworak, John A.
Dworak, Maggie M.
Dworak, Olive V.
Dyer, Charles Barnard
Dyke, LeGrande and Ellen M.
Dyrud, Martinus J. and Blanche W. Paris
Eastman, Lucious
Eastman, Orville M.
Eber, Doyle L. and Hazel A.
Eber, Lyle L.
Edwards, David Ross
Edwards, Seymour Joseph and Dorothy Horsfall
Eggelston, Charles A.
Eggelston, Willis F. and Nettie M.
Eggeston, Adalia
Eggeston, Clifford W. and Evelyn R.
Eggeston, Hiram
Eggleston, Herbert G. and Helene R.
Eggleston, Irene
Eggleston, Roy and Elsie
Elder, Howard F. and Rose M.
Eldredge, Fred
Elgar, John T.
Elgar, William S.
Elliott, Donald J.
Elliott, Jean M.
Elliott, Joseph
Ellis, Nancee C.
Ellis, Nancee Seidel
Elvert, Myrtle V.
Emerson, Anne
England, Frank H.
Enke, Edward K. and Elsie R.
Enke, male and female infants
Enke, Phillip Clyde
Epley, Verne C. and June E.
Epley, Violet Geraldine
Epley, William
Erdenberger, Cora F.
Erdenberger, Elmer R.
Erdenberger, Elmer R. and Mildred C.
Erdenberger, John D. and Norma J.
Erdenberger, Nettie H.
Erdenberger, Nettie H.
Erdenberger, William and Bertha
Erdenberger, William M. and Irene H.
Erickson, Bernard
Ertel, Orley E. and Dorothy M.
Esser, Francis C. (Bud) and Evelyn A.
Estes, John Lesley
Estes, Shirley L.
Esther, Albert and Marie
Evans, Delia S.
Evans, Ida
Evans, J.
Evans, Jason V. and Elsie
Evans, Mary Williams
Evans, Mathilda C.
Evans, Robert J. and Mary
Evans, Robert J. and Mary Will
Evans, Walter J.
Evert, Amanda M.
Evert, Claire A.
Evert, Frank J.
Evert, Fred K.
Evert, Freda F.
Evert, Lillie V.
Evert, Louise
Evert, Wauneta J.
Evert, William B.
Ewald, Caroline
Ewald, J.L.
Fach, John H.
Fairfield, Eliza J.
Fairfield, Elmira J.
Fairfield, George
Faust, Lee D. and Beth O.
Feeley, Fred F.
Feeley, Mary E.
Fennel, Clarence W. and family
Fennel, George L.
Fennel, George L. and Marjorie A.
Ferguson, Seneca and Caroline Bronson
Field, unclear female
Finney, Bertha
Finney, Charles
Finney, Dale L.
Fisher, Patrick A.
Fisher, Rosella M.
Fisher, William W.
Fitch, Adaline W.
Fitch, George W.
Fitch, Henry Albert
Fitch, Henry C. and Charlotte E.
Fitch, infant
Fleischman, Muriel M.
Floyd, Veryl and Ramona
Flucke, John J.
Flucke, Joseph J.
Flucke, Joseph K.
Flucke, Mary
Flucke, Mary M.
Foley, Wm. N. (Bill) and Marian E.
Folsom, Ruth K.
Foster, Alvin C. and Stella G.
Fox, August
Fox, Lawrence M. and Nellie M.
Fradette, Carroll and Carolyn (twin infants)
Fradette, Louis W. and family
Fralick, Clare L.
Fralick, Stephen H. and Estella L.
Frazer, Elizabeth O.
Frederick, Gilbert H.
French, John W.
French, John W. and Marguerite M.
Fried, Edward R.
Fried, John and M.
Fried, Lillian A.
Friederich, children
Friederich, Marcus and Christina
Fritsche, Andrew A.
Fritsche, Anna K.
Fritsche, Auguste
Fritsche, Caroline
Fritsche, Charles E.
Fritsche, Chas.
Fritsche, Henry and Adelaid
Fritsche, Henry E.
Fritsche, James F.
Fritsche, Norma C.
Fritsche, Otto E.
Fritsche, Pauliene
Fritsche, Robert C.
Fritsche, Roland A. and Lillian R.
Fritsche, Susan
Fritsche, Wilhelmina
Fritsche, William B. and Ann E.
Fritsche, William C. Jr. and Wanda L.
Frost, Emeline Bunders
Frostad, Elizabeth D.
Frostad, Milton L.
Fry, Anna M.C.
Fry, Samuel
Fuka, Babe
Fuka, Charles K. and Mary F.
Fuka, Dorothy
Fuka, Herb and Ruby
Fuka, Joseph
Fuka, Vern F.
Fulcher, Al J. and Ann V.

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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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