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Crawford County
Bridgeport Township
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Evergreen Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Paczynski, Bert R. - Ryder, unclear female

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Paczynski, Bert R.
Paczynski, Nicholas and Mildred
Paczynski, Ruth Ann
Pake, Arthur and Emma L.
Pake, Lizzie
Pake, Thornton C.
Pake, Thornton C. (Pug) and Alice O.
Palmer, Edith M.
Palmer, Harold E.
Palmer, J.B.
Palmer, Jane
Palmer, Robert H.
Panka, Louis J. and Orpha B.
Paris, Bessie Ward
Paris, James D.
Paris, John W.
Paris, Robert
Parker, Kenneth O. and Agnes S.
Parker, Royal S. and Louisa P.
Parrish, Charles J.
Parrish, Charles J. and Minnie E.
Pascoe, Mahlon and Danella
Paterson, Emma C.
Paterson, John T.H.
Patnode, Donald and Lieselotte
Patzlaff, Carl A.
Patzlaff, Gottlieb Andrew
Patzlaff, Wilhelmina Fritz
Paulson, Herbert and Irene H.
Peacock, Addie B.
Peacock, John H.
Peacock, Loren John
Peloch, John and Anna
Peloch, Marie E. and LaMere
Peloch, Michael and Elizabeth
Pelton, Martha A.
Pelts, Edward W.
Pendleton, Herbert Leslie and Bessie Glenn
Perrigo, John
Perrit-Gentil, Albert W.
Peterson, Norma L. Harwood
Pettit, Earl W. and Helen M.
Pettit, Emelia M.
Pettit, Vern
Pettit, Walter A. and Lorena M.
Pfahler, August A.
Pfahler, Elizabeth
Pfahler, Elizabeth
Pfahler, John C. and family
Phillip, unclear
Phillips, A. D
Phillips, Joseph J. (Joe) and Karen F. Cassel
Picha, LaVern and Beverly
Piercy, Veda
Pine, F. Ruby
Pine, Melvin P.
Pinkerton, Ella
Pinkerton, William T.
Pintz, Barbara
Pintz, Frank
Pintz, Gerald T.
Pintz, John
Pintz, Stasia
Pitzer, Beautrice D.
Pitzer, Delford H.
Pitzer, Eva L.
Pitzer, Joseph F. and family
Pitzer, Leonard H.
Pitzer, Leonard H. and Rose A.
Pitzer, male infant
Pitzer, Michael J.
Placko, Robert J. and Susan K.
Plondke, August and Nona
Plummer, Florence
Plummer, Mary
Plummer, unclear
Poehler, Christian
Poehler, Ed.
Poehler, Eddie
Poehler, Eddie C.
Poehler, Frank H.
Poehler, Harry F.
Poehler, Henry C.
Poehler, Henry G.
Poehler, Henry T.
Poehler, Henry T. and family
Poehler, Louisa M. Stuckey
Poehler, Louisa Stuckey
Poehler, Mabel E.
Poehler, Sophia and babe
Poehler, Sophia Dorothea
Pohlman, Christian J. and family
Pohlman, John C.
Portwine, Elmer G. and Lillian E.
Post, Marion
Potratz, Hedwig
Potratz, Henry
Potter, Wayne W.
Potts, Fanny M.
Potts, Floyd G.
Potts, Georgia
Poupe, Frank and Anastasia
Powell, Clarissa
Powell, Delos E.
Powers, Henry
Powers, Henry J.
Powers, Lawrence
Powers, Martin F. and Josephine M.
Powers, Michele M.
Powers, Rhoda H.
Prescott, Joseph
Pribyl, William and Vivian
Proctor, Robert
Pugh, Charles C.
Pyer, Elizabeth
Pyer, Frank G.
Pyer, Joseph
Quamme, Sherman and Eunice
Queram, Doris J
Quilligan, Daniel
Quilligan, Edward Lloyd
Quinn, Daniel M. and Ruth F.
Rabe, Carl R. and Lavon A.
Radke, Edward A.
Radke, Milton A. and Helen M.
Radloff, Lillian E. and Fay J.
Radloff, Roger D. and Phyllis
Rae, Clarence and Leone Schmidt
Ragan, Arthur J.
Ragan, Arthur J.
Ragan, George James
Ragan, George James
Ragan, Ransom
Ragan, Rose S.
Ragan, Sophia A. Shepard
Rake, John O.
Rake, Mary A.
Ralph, Guy Clarence and Florence Ruth
Randall, William and Mae
Rasmussen, Harold J. and Helen R.
Rathbun, Teena N. and Bergenti
Ratheon, Updike C. and Selina A.
Rau, Adam
Rau, Adam
Rau, Albertine
Rau, Ernestine
Ray, Anthony M.
Ray, Charles E. and Maude E.
Ray, female infant
Ray, Floyd Arnold and Charles Edwin
Ray, Hazel A.
Ray, Lenore
Ray, Mearle E.
Ray, Ora L.
Reed, Anthony
Reed, Chester A. and May C.
Reed, Claire A. and Hazel M.
Reed, Dell
Reed, Irwin E.
Reed, Leroy and Virgil
Reed, Russell
Reed, Sarah E.
Reeter, Mary E.
Rehm, Edith Mae
Rehm, Kenneth J.
Rehr Mardauss, Fred and Emma
Reiger, Robert A.
Reilly, G. and Velma L.
Reilly, James S. and Donna M.
Reinhold, Maria
Reiser, Chester J.
Reiser, children
Reiser, Clarence Spot
Reiser, Esther LaVelle
Reiser, Joseph and Inga
Reiser, Robert and family
Remaly, Earl E.
Remaly, Maxine
Rhein, Charles H. and Amelia M.
Rice, unclear
Richards, Frank L. and Maude E.
Rickleff, Charles R.
Rickleff, Charles R. and Edna C.
Rider, Clarence F. and Thelma
Rider, Norma Lou
Riness, Hazel Nell Konoski
Riness, Mary Grace
Riness, Sharon Jessica
Rising, George M.
Rising, Polly
Rittenhouse, Gary
Rittenhouse, Harvey and Regina
Rittenhouse, Marge and Anne
Roach, Ingrid
Robejsek, Bessie
Robejsek, Etta May
Robejsek, Joseph V.
Robejsek, Mary
Robejsek, Matthias
Robejsek, Vince J.
Robertson, Irene
Roehler, Emil
Rogers, Edward A. and Verna L.
Rogers, Elmer and Olla Blanche
Rogers, Marguerite Angela
Ronkoski, James P.
Roos, unclear female
Rose, William F. and Elvira A.
Rosencrans, Howard V. and Elizabeth
Rossiter, Anna E.
Roswell, William
Roswell, William
Roth, Albert and Wilhelmina
Roth, Art
Roth, Eleanor C.
Roth, Emma D.
Roth, Frank G.
Roth, Joseph
Roth, Louis
Roth, Mary
Roth, Zoe J.
Rothermel, John E. and family
Rowley, Jesse Campbell and Flo
Royce, Henry P.
Royce, Polly J.
Royce, Polly J.
Royce, Prudence
Runkel, Lorana Stein
Russell, Allen C. and Camilla S.
Ruth, Mary Ann Kolbe
Rutter, Merrill E. and Wanda L.
Rutyna, Ada May B.
Ryder, Thos. W.
Ryder, unclear female

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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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