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Green Lake County
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Bluffton Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Adams, Anna Selena
Adams, Constance
Adams, Thomas
Baird, John
Baird, Mary A.
Baker, Bertha
Baker, C.E.
Baker, Earl E.
Baker, Edna
Baker, Ella
Baker, Florence
Bandt, William P. and Alvina A.
Barrett, Emeline S.
Battell, B.
Becker, Herman F.
Becker, Margie
Beemer, Horton and Mary Wentworth
Bethke, August
Bethke, Augusta
Beulins, Warren
Beuthin, Kenneth C.
Beuthin, Victor William Harry
Beuthin, William C.
Birkholz, Friedrich
Birkholz, John H.
Birkholz, John
Birkholz, Mary A.
Birkholz, Minnie
Bluffton Cemetery Sign,
Boening, Alice Birkholz
Boening, Wm.
Booher, J. Floyd and Marjorie
Booher, James Douglas
Borst, Della
Boynton, Ida M. Gardner
Boynton, Margaret Lorena
Brigham, unclear
Brown, Benj. F.
Brown, Benjamin
Brown, Catherine
Brown, Mariette
Brown, Mary
Brown, Phebe
Brown, unclear
Buckland, Cerma N.
Buckland, Eddie F.
Buckland, Eddie
Buckland, Julia Isabel
Buckland, Mary Willis
Burger, Elmer G.
Burger, Ethel G.
Burger, Ethel H.
Burger, Gottlieb
Burger, Harvey F.
Burger, Herman
Burger, Lillian
Burger, Theresa Steineke
Burger, William F.
Chase, Ellsworth (Junior)
Chase, Ellsworth B. and Dorothy L.
Cole, Lyle E. and Betty J.
Cole, Lyle E.
Coleman, Antoinette
Coleman, Cassie
Coleman, Catherine
Coleman, Myra
Coleman, unclear
Cooley, Barbara L. Walls
Cooley, Patrick S.
Corey, John William
Corliss, Harriet Clara
Crabtree, Charlotte
Dahlke, Anton and Mildred
Dahlke, Charlotte
Dahlke, Frederick and Bertha
Dahlke, Frederick G. Jr.
Dahlke, Frederick G.
Dahlke, infants
Dahlke, William J. and Winifred J. (Winnie)
Dahms, Albert and Jessie H.
Dahms, Alfred C. and Lillian A.
Dahms, Allen Roy
Dahms, Bobby C.
Dahms, Carl F. and Marie M.
Dahn, Friederich
Dahn, Fritz and Friedereke
Dahn, Maria
Davis, Richard and Cordelia
Davy, Harold James and Doris Anne
Davy, Harold James
Davy, James A.
Deerwester, Richard and Ora R.
Dehn, Clarence and Evelyn
Dehn, DeWayne H.
Dehn, Harvey and Irene
Diedrich, Carl F.
Diedrich, Dorothea Sophia
Doherty, Belle
Doherty, Homer
Draheim, Michael and family
Durland, Elizabeth Wells
Durland, Hugh
Eaton, Cassius E. and Margaret M.
Eaton, Donald M.
Eaton, Emma B.
Eaton, Ernest A.
Eaton, Fred B.
Eaton, Henry H.
Eaton, Henry I.
Eaton, Irving and Martha B.
Eaton, Irving H. and Martha B.
Eaton, Kenneth C. and Zenda
Eaton, Kenneth
Eaton, Leonard F.
Ebert, August
Ebert, Emelia
Ebert, Junior L. and Faye A.
Ebert, Markus
Ebert, Silas
Eick, Joan L. Burger
Feder, Arnold
Feder, Arthur F. and Elaine R.
Feder, Bernard and Joyce R.
Feder, Lloyd Arthur
Feder, Mabel
Feder, Oswald
Feder, Reinhold and Pauline
Feder, Vivian
Feder, William
Feznick, Franz
Fink, Henry and Emma
Flowers, John and Elizabeth
Foelske, Richard A. and Anita M.
Folske, Alvina
Folske, Carl and Amelia
Frank, Arthur C. and Mabel Jane
Frank, Edell V.A.
Frank, Leonard L. and Odessa J.
Frantz, Augusta
Franz, Wilhelmine
Franz, William F.
Frisen, Ardys L.
Gardner, Sarah
Gilbert, Benjamin Franklin
Gitzel, Ralph G. and Clara E. Feder
Grahn, Christine E.
Grahn, Jessie E. and Chris M.
Grahn, Reuben James
Grahn, Wayne E.
Greene, Roy and unclear
Greene, Roy K.
Grim, Matthew S.
Hadley, Moses
Hayes, Alice
Hayes, Byron C.
Hayes, Edward
Hayes, Harriet Carter
Hayes, Winferd Byron
Hensley, George W.
Herter, Peter and Anna
Hoyt, Hattie H.
Hoyt, Henrietta
Hoyt, Herbert
Hoyt, Richard
Hutchins, Rev. L.
Jahns, Emil E. and Olga B.
Jahns, Harold (infant)
Jahns, Orrin
Jahns, Robert (infant)
James, Homer H.
Janes, Arminda McConnell
Janes, Charles H. and Sadye E.
Janes, Vergne Homer
Janes, Vergne P. and Margaret R.
Janes, Willie M.
Kapp, Elmer H. and Ruth E.
Kelm, Leona
Kelm, William
Kelma, Jeffrey John and Karla Kay
Keplin, Grandma
Kinas, Edward
Kinas, Emma
Kinas, John F. and Pauline
Kinas, Oswald R.
Kinas, Thomas D. and Carole G.
Kinas, Virginia E.
Kiplin, Harold and Edward
Kiplin, Herman
Kiplin, Robert (Kip) and Rosemary
Klingbail, August H. and Hulda G.
Klingbail, David W.
Klingbail, Fred C.
Klingbail, Fred D. and Faye D.
Klingbail, Gene C.
Klingbail, George
Klingbail, Lucille M.
Klingbail, Theresa M.
Klingbeil, A.
Klingbeil, Adelia
Klingbeil, Herman
Klingbeil, Jesse Agnes
Klingbeil, Mayme
Klingbeil, William and Amelia M.
Kohnke, A.
Kohnke, Anna Meyer
Kohnke, Arden E.
Kohnke, Ernest A. and Phyllis F.
Kohnke, Laurence A.
Kohnke, Sam and Pauline
Kotlow, Wilmer C. and Margaret A.
Kraft, Elisa and Minnie
Krom, Hiram
Krueger, Elmer Frank
Krueger, Mary A.
Kuhs, Charles and Mathilda
Kuhs, Charlie and Emilie
Kuhs, Lester and Ruth
Kuhs, R.J.
Ladwig, Clara S.
Ladwig, Gordon J.
Ladwig, Gordon
Ladwig, Loren A.
Langenhorst, Herman J. and Carol A.
Lee, Eleanor
Long, Dale W. and Honore S.
Long, Henry A. and May V.
Long, M. Merle
Lowe, Henry B.
Lowe, Sarah W.
Luedtke, Elizabeth
Luedtke, Gustave
Lueth, Jerry
Marshall, Benjamin G.
Marshall, Esther Brown
McCauley, Evelyn E.
McConnell, Charles D.
McConnell, Charles Edwin
McConnell, Gertrude E.
McConnell, H.
McConnell, Hannah E.
McConnell, Hugh
McConnell, J. Elizabeth Gilbert
McConnell, John C.
McConnell, Jon A. and Crystal L.
McConnell, Josephine
McConnell, Keenan James
McConnell, Lucille A.
McConnell, Mary Alice
McConnell, Mary Ann
McConnell, Mary F.
McConnell, Nelson Gilbert
McConnell, Roanna Jane
McConnell, Thomas F.
McConnell, Thomas Franklin
McConnell, unclear
McConnell, William J.
McConnell, William N.
Messerschmidt, Clarence and Dorothy
Meyer, D. Elizabeth
Meyer, E. Wilhelmine
Meyer, Franz A.
Meyer, Franz
Meyer, Herman G.
Meyer, J. Carl
Meyerholtz, Henry W.
Meyerholtz, Henry
Meyerholtz, John E.
Meyerholtz, Lillie B.
Meyerholtz, Louise
Meyerholtz, Mabel
Milliken, Alice Roanna
Milliken, Antoinette McConnell
Milliken, Dr. Lora Charles D.D.S.
Milliken, Lora B.
Moldenhauer, Father
Moldenhauer, Grandmother
Moldenhauer, Mother
Morris, Caroline
Morris, Clarence and Dorothy
Morris, George A.
Morris, Homer H.
Morris, Myra J.
Morris, Orville G.
Morris, Roy H.
Morris, Susan
Morsman, Mary J.
Morsman, Roxana
Mosley, Daniel T.
Mosley, Kathrine
Mosley, Lucius
Mosley, Marie
Mosley, Mercy
Mucoleton, Jonathan
Muggleton, Hannah
Muggleton, Harry and Helen
Naatz, Amelia
Naatz, Herman
Naatz, William C. and Elda A.
Naatz, William
Nichols, Roger
Osheim, Dale Allen
Overton, Mathilda Rogers
Page, Herman A.
Page, Herman R.
Page, Wilhelmine Draheim
Palmer, Agnes
Palmer, Agustus
Palmer, Beverly
Palmer, Charles A.
Palmer, Costelia
Palmer, Ellis
Palmer, Emily Ann
Palmer, Harriet
Palmer, J. Palmer and Lydia
Palmer, Jeanette
Palmer, Jessie J.
Palmer, Myrtle (infant)
Palmer, unclear
Pamenter, Charles E. Jr. and Marjorie M.
Pamenter, Charles Sr. and Nina
Pamenter, Elijah and Mae
Pamenter, Eugene C. and Sandra M. Danour
Pamenter, Harry T. and Elsie B.
Pamenter, Robert D. and Eunice M. Stibb
Pamenter, Roy J.
Parton, Elizabeth
Patterson, Caroline
Patterson, Catharine
Patterson, Clara
Patterson, Emeline
Patterson, James
Patterson, Lorenzo Dow Jr. and William Dow
Patterson, Lorenzo
Patterson, Loretta Carpenter
Patterson, Maria Fryer
Perr, Stanley J. and Elvera Y.
Pick, Robert V. and Darlene R. Grahn
Pischke, Alfred E. and Ione B.
Poynton, A.
Poynton, Anne
Poynton, Hattie M.
Poynton, John
Poynton, Josh
Poynton, Kittie
Poynton, M.
Poynton, Mary
Priebe, Martin H. and Margaret E.
Priebe, Roger D.
Priebe, Walter H. and family
Radunzen, Johanna
Rivero, Hector A.
Rock, Dora A. Willis
Rogers, Celestia DeWitt
Rogers, Ella
Rosbrook, Alpha W.
Rosebrook, David and Mary E.
Rosebrook, Edwin A.
Rosebrook, Roy G.
Rosebrook, unclear female
Rosebrook, unclear
Rosebrook, Waldo
Rucks, Arnold A. and Marion
Rudnzel, Ernst
Sargent, Minnie
Sargent, U. Grant
Schenrock, M.
Schilter, Johann W.
Schneider, Elsie
Schneider, Harold and Hazel A.
Schultz, Andrew A. and Nathalie K.
Schultz, Charles R. and Carol J.
Schultz, Donald M. and Leola K.
Schultz, Elsa
Sears, unclear female
Shanrock, Christina
Sievert, Emma
Sievert, Fred J.
Sonntag, Wayne D. and Joyce E.
Sonntag, Wayne D.
Southworth, not clear
Southworth, unclear
St. George, Eileen Burger
Stowell, Harold E.
Stowell, Homer and Anna
Stowell, Jerold and Dorothy Lambert
Stuff, Auguste
Suleski, Robert and Jane
Tabbert, Albertina
Tabbert, Ida Alvina
Tabbert, Wilhelmine
Taylor, Bertha N. Gustin
Taylor, Kate
Taylor, Myrtle
Taylor, N.W.
Taylor, Rebecca
Taylor, William M.
Teska, Mary J.
Teska, Percival T.
Teska, William A.
Thomas, Herbert W.
Thompson, Hazel G.
Thompson, John W.
Thrall, Charles Edwin and Mary Luella
Thrall, Charles H.
Thrall, Florence
Thrall, Fred Willis
Thrall, H. Meade and Gladys R. Robinson
Thrall, Kenneth and unclear
Thrall, Kenneth P.
Thrall, Lillian May
Thrall, Marion Palmer
Thrall, Sarah
Thrall, Wm.
Toll, Bertine E. and Jean C. Parsons
Toll, unclear
Van Wagenen, Emilie
Van Wagenen, J.H.
Voeltner, Clarence W. and Lois J.
Voeltner, Frank F. and Clara J.
Voeltner, Fred W. and Grace
Voeltner, William F. and Goldie M.
Voss, Robert
Walsh, Dana E.
Waters, Alice L. and Beverly A.
Waters, Alice S.
Waters, Alvin R.
Waters, Annie
Waters, Ardis
Waters, Arthur Philip
Waters, Charles H.
Waters, Emma
Waters, Eva L.
Waters, Lee W.
Waters, Mary P.
Waters, Nelson L. and Magdalen R.
Waters, Ray Neil
Waters, Roger W. and Ruth M.
Waters, Roy J.
Waters, unclear male
Wegner, Dennis D. and Gloria L.M.
Wegner, Sarah Lynn
Whiting, Ezra T.
Whiting, Joel
Whiting, Lila L.
Whiting, Lucy
Willis, Alice Beuthin
Willis, Anthony
Willis, Earl E.
Willis, Frank
Willis, George
Willis, Richard E.
Willis, Rosa
Willis, Sabrina
Willis, unclear and Eliza Fink
Wilson, James B. and Frances R.
Zimmerman, Frank
Zimmerman, Hulda
Zimmerman, John
Zimmerman, William J. and Emma M.

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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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