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Green Lake Center Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Ahrens family stone
Ahrens, Adelaide F
Ahrens, Arthur D
Ahrens, Bertha
Ahrens, Caroline
Ahrens, Edward
Ahrens, Lillian
Ahrens, Louis N
Ahrens, Louis
Ahrens, Russell O.
Ahrens, Tillie
Ahrens, William C
Albriht, Vera C
Anglum, Amanda
Anglum, Mary
Anglum, William
Arndt, Rex A
Battmiett, Henry
Bazeley family stone
Bazeley, Alice M
Bazeley, Amos
Bazeley, Donald
Bazeley, Harriet L
Bazeley, Henry M
Bazeley, Homer
Bazeley, John S
Bazeley, Larry D
Bazeley, Lewis M
Bazeley, Mabel
Bazeley, Mary Almira
Beck, James A.
Beck, Mary C
Berndt, Carla Jean Hunger
Beuthin, Louie
Beuthin, Viola F
Boote, Amanda
Boote, William
Brady, Gerald Joseph Sr.
Brady, Gerald Joseph Sr
Brady, Vickie Lynn
Bremer, Anna
Bremer, Edward
Bremer, Fred W.
Bremer, Hale C.
Bremer, Inabelle
Bremer, Norma A. Alwin
Bremer, Oren J.
Bremer, Ruth M. Hensel
Briese, Marilin
Brown, Dorothey M
Brown, Louis E.
Brown, Louis E
Buchholz, Lola M
Buchholz, William E.
Budde, Margaret Lynch
Buetow, Amela
Buetow, Arthur
Buetow, Ewald
Burdick, Adeline D. Stellmacher
Burdick, Sarah
Burdick, Shadrach G.
Burdick, William R.
Burgeson, Helen J
Burgeson, Jack A.
Burgeson, Jack A
Burk, Diane J
Burk, Patrick D.
Burling, Emma
Burling, John C.
Burling, May V
Burt, Elsie M
Burt, Marland C.
Carstensen, Herbert L
Cassidy, James H
Cassidy, James
Cassidy, Mary A
Clark, Clarence S.
Clark, Laurence A.
Clark, Margaret K
Clark, Patricia M
Cluppert, Arthur W.
Cluppert, Muriel E
Cochrane, Elmer
Cochrane, Gertrude E
Cornwell, Anna D
Cornwell, Anna
Cornwell, Lydia A
Cornwell, Mary
Cornwell, Morris
Cowell, Terry
Crews, Mildred Crook
Crews, Wallace W.
Crook family stone
Crook, Catherine J
Crook, David R.
Crook, David
Crook, Diana M. Spieling
Crook, Donald
Crook, Edith A
Crook, Eli
Crook, Hannah
Crook, Helen E
Crook, James
Crook, Ruth A
Crook, Thomas B.
Crook, William
Currier, Alice E
Currier, B
Currier, George S
Currier, M
Currier,Emma C
Daehn, Marion G. Ehrenberg
Daehn, Marvin E.
Daehn, Marvin E
Dahlke, Lewis
Dahlke, Ruth
Daumann, Emma
Daumann, Herman
Davis, Charles L
Daye, Erma E
Daye, Merlin M.
Daye, Merlin M
Deming, Lena E
Disterhaft, Elgene I
Dixon, Elizabeth.
Dixon, Elizabeth
Dixon, Emma
Dixon, Frank
Drall, Claire P
Duzynski, Edward
East, Alice M
East, Eli E
East, Mabel E
Ehrenberg family stone
Ehrenberg, Bertha
Ehrenberg, Bessie
Ehrenberg, Elaine M
Ehrenberg, Emil Theo
Ehrenberg, Gottleib
Ehrenberg, Joan M
Ehrenberg, Katie
Ehrenberg, Kattie
Ehrenberg, Paul E
Ehrenberg, Paul
Ehrenberg, Robert Carl
Ehrenberg, Roland R.
Ehrenberg, Roy C.
Ehrnberg, Della M
Ehrnberg, Emil T.
Fairchild, Nettie Treleven
Fairchild, Philip M
Farnsworth, Edward H.
Farnsworth, Marion E
Farnsworth, Pearl
Fisher, Hazel J.
Fisher, James E.
Fisher, Luella M. Philbrick
Fisher, Violet L. Judas
Fortnum, Annie I
Fortnum, Caroline
Fortnum, Florence
Fortnum, J. Denorah R
Fortnum, J. William
Fortnum, J
Fortnum, Julia T
Fortnum, Marion M
Fortnum, Richard H
Fortnum, Richold
Foss, Minnie
Foss, Thomas E.
Freshif, Ada Marion Claggett
Gallert, Bertha
Gallert, Clarence E
Gallert, Harry W
Gallert, Herman
Gallert, Mary
Gallert, William
Gardenier, Anna Celestia
Gardenier, Ella
Gardenier, Henry Ruddolph
Gardenier, W. D
Gardinier, George
Gersbacher, Elizabeth
Gersbacher, Franz
Gersbacher, Tante Lisbeth
Gibberd, Edward
Gibberd, Harriet King
Gibberd, J
Gibberd, Peter
Gibberd, Rosetta
Gibberd, Sarah M
Good, Charles C.
Good, Merle
Green Lake Ceneter Cemetery Ass. Sign
Grothe, David L
Grothe, Mary C
Grothe, Sarah Elizabeth
Hafertepe, Jean M
Hahn, Christopher A
Hamilton, Cornelia M
Hamilton, William
Hamley, Gordon
Hamley, Lillie Laper
Hanneman, Glenna M
Hanneman, Herbert
Hansen, Kenneth M
Harris, James William
Hart, Ardeen
Hart, Gene J
Hasenheyer, Deborah I
Hasenheyer, Keith
Hasenheyer, Lorraine
Hasenheyer, Roy
Henriksen, Duanne G
Henriksen, Gordon K.
Henriksen, Gordon K
Hensel family stone
Hensel, Alice
Hensel, Charlotte
Hensel, Clarence
Hensel, Ernest
Hensel, Jessie E. Rickell
Hensel, Lewis
Hensel, Otto
Herbert, James
Hess, Clayton E.
Hess, E. Jane
Hess, Everett W.
Hess, Florence Claggell
Hess, Howard
Hess, Lorine
Hess, Marilyn C
Hess, Perry
Hess, Ronald H
Hess, Ronald Lee
Hess, Victor E.
Hess, Victor E
Hessler, Ethel
Hessler, Everett
Higgins, Emma
Higgins, Natalie L
Hollenbeck, Lewis
Ingraham, Cyrus W
Jensen, Boni A
Jensen, Robert A.
Joslyn, Charles
Kehl, Donald E
Kehl, Margaret O
Kehl, Roman T.
Kelso, Darleen F.
Kelso, Kathy G. Guest
Kemnitz, Alice
Kemnitz, Irving
Keso, Byron F.
Keso, Byron Frank
Keso, Verna M
Kimball, Howard
Kimble, Emma
Kimble, Joseph A
Kimble, Josephine A
Kimble, Leona A
Kimble, Lester
Kimble, Lorraine R
Kimble, Maurice M.
Kimble, Maurice M
Kimble, Merwin W.
King, Fred
King, Margaret
King, Mary
King, Philip
King, William G.
Klatt, Clifford L.
Klatt, Lorraine B
Klatt, Wilhelmine
Koepke, Blanche
Koepke, Elroy
Koller, E
Koller, Emma
Koller, Esther
Koller, George
Koller, Julius
Kolosky, Henry J
Kosmak, Michael A
Kovalaske, Betty J
Kovalaske, Harold
Krause, Lorraine
Krause, Roy W.
Krentz, infant
Krueger, Albert R.
Krueger, Albert R
Krueger, Milton C.
Krueger, Milton C
Kuharske, Gordon
Kuharske, May
Kuharske, Ruth
Kuharske, Sherman G.
Kuharske, Sherman G
Kuharske, Victor
Kuharske, Virginia
Lenz, Florence M
Lenz, Oliver T.
Leonard, Edwin R.
Leonard, Isabel O
Liefke, Elmer A.
Liefke, Melvin
Liefke, Mildred S
Luedke, Adela L
Luedke, Josephine A. Berg
Luedke, Mildred (Millie)
Luedke, Orrin O.
Luedke, Oscar H.
Luedke, Raymond W. (Pete)
Luedke, Warren D
Mabbott, Corrine E
Madison, Phyllis J
Manske, Donald
Manske, Edward
Manske, Helen A
Markham, Ruth Ann
Marvin, Alice King
Merrill, Luella Ruth
Michels, Harry John
Michels, Patricia A
Mickle, Gladys G
Mickle, Jean M. Oleson
Mickle, John Jr.
Mickle, John L.
Mickle, John L
Mickle, John Lewis Jr
Mickle, Kenneth C.
Mickle, Norma Lee Dugger
Mieske, Blenda
Mieske, Harry
Mildebrandt, Alwine P. Stelter
Mildebrandt, August
Miles, Shirley J. Friske
Miles, Thomas L
Neney, Arthur F
Nenneman, Minnie
Newman, Howard
Newman, Phyllis Hamley
Pahl, Erwin
Pahl, Gwendolyn M
Patchett, Benjamin W
Patchett, Benjamin
Patchett, Emma A
Patchett, Ida
Patchett, Luella Mae
Patchett, Luther E
Patchett, Paulina
Patchett, Sussie F
Payton, Lewis
Payton, Tennsee
Peaslee, Ella L
Phillips, Frank M.
Phillips, Laura K
Ponto, Donna M. Dallman
Ponto, Eldon E.
Ponto, Eldon Eugene
Porth, Marynell
Porth, Tom W.
Prellwitz, Barbara Mickle
Prellwitz, Robert A.
Priske, Annagene J. Fisher
Priske, David
Priske, Lyle E.
Quade, Dorothy
Quade, Richard
Raspolic, Florence
Raspolic, Joseph
Reimer, Clarence W.
Reimer, Lorraine W. Kersting
Rickell family stone
Rickell, Anna
Rickell, Eva
Rickell, Fredrick
Rickell, Thomas
Rintz, Emma M
Rintz, Otto T.
Robert, Herbert
Robinson, Eric J
Robinson, Megan A
Roeder family stone
Roeder, Amalia M
Roeder, August R
Roeder, Bertha H
Roeder, Ella G
Roeder, Emelia
Roeder, Emil H
Roeder, Ernest R.
Roeder, Fredrick
Roeder, Robert
Schmude, Betty L. Loos
Schmude, Roger J.
Schroeder, Beverly I. Williams
Schroeder, Dorothy R
Schroeder, Ernest E.
Schroeder, Gordon Ernest
Schroeder, Hazel H
Schroeder, Ralston L.
Schwandt, Clarence W.
Schwandt, Edna M. Manske
Scott, Alice A
Scott, Ann
Scott, George.
Scott, George
Scott, Helen
Scott, Louise
Scott, Mary Jane
Scott, Shadrack
Searle, Benjamin J.
Searle, Charles J
Searle, Charles L
Searle, Deborah
Searle, Elizabeth
Searle, Ella A
Searle, Helen
Searle, Victor J
Searle, William
Sebert family stone
Sebert, Pearl
Sebert, Stanley
Simson, Harold
Sommer, male infant
Specht, John W.
Specht, Violet M.
Specht, Wilmer G.
Squires, Doris E
Squires, Fay L
Squires, Francis W.
Squires, Ruth E
Squires, William I.
Tettenborn, Alma
Tettenborn, Max
Tetzlaff, Erwin P.
Tetzlaff, Erwin P
Tetzlaff, Myra L
Thiem, Herbert E
Thompson, Isabel J. Clark
Thompson, Jerry C.
Timm, Edward J
Timm, Ida
Timm, Minnie Unger
Tubbs, Adrial E
Tubbs, Ellen E
Tubbs, Frances E
Unger family stone
Unger, August
Unger, Augusta
Unger, Frank
Url, Frank
Utter, Paul Leonard
Utter, Vilo Fortnum
Wade, Irene P
Wahl, Frances
Wahl, Joseph
Walker, C.
Walker, Roy G.
Wall, Eric Roger
Wall, Ruth W
Wall, William C.
Waller, Arthur M
Warnke, Betty R
Warnke, Gordon W.
Warnke, Gordon W
Warnke, Mary Richardson
Waters, Dorothy L
Waters, Gerald D.
Weckwerth, Bernard
Weckwerth, Eloise
Weston, Allen Folts
Weston, Phebe H.W
Wiesjahn, Elsa F
Wiesjahn, Otto A.
Wilde, Clara E
Wilde, Edwin E.
Wilke, Leo P.
Wilke, Verna A
Williams family stone
Williams, Catherine
Williams, Dale D
Williams, David
Williams, Irene
Williams, Lucy
Williams, Marion L
Williams, Quintin E.
Williams, Quintin E
Williams, Robert E. Jr
Williams, Timothy P
Williams, Violet E
Williams, Wynne
Wright, Emma L
Wright, Evelin
Wright, John
Wright, Louise Annette
Wright, Lucy
Ziesmer, Edward (Bud)
Ziesmer, Fred H
Ziesmer, Jane Lynn
Ziesmer, Joyce
Zimmerman, Evelyn E
Zimmerman, VDelores
Zimmerman, Victor
Zimmermann, Olga
Zimmermann, Rudolph H.

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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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