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Abel, Adeline M
Abel, Albert Jr
Abel, Albert
Abel, Alvina
Abel, Anna
Abel, Arden
Abel, Auguste
Abel, Charlotte R
Abel, Clifford F.
Abel, David P
Abel, Edward
Abel, Ernstina
Abel, Ethel
Abel, Herman
Abel, Karl
Abel, Lena
Abel, Leopold H
Abel, Louise J
Abel, Marlin E.
Abel, Segismund
Abel, Wilhelmine
Ahlers, Amanda L. O
Ahlers, Carl H
Ahlers, Fred W
Ahlers, Henry
Ahlers, Margaret
Ahlers, Mina (1)
Ahlers, Mina (2)
Ahlers, Ottilia Frank
Ahlers, Otto W
Ahlors, Edward W
Ahlors, Frederick
Alto, Clara
Alto, Fred
Arneson, B.
Arneson, John
Arneson, Marlene
Arneson, Martin J
Arneson, Martin
Baker, Albert G
Barbey, Julia Caroline
Becker, Ella E
Becker, Eric William
Becker, Erich W.
Becker, Gerald Richard
Becker, Herman G
Becker, Louise M
Becker, Michael Norman
Becker, Robert J
Becker, Wilhelmine
Berkholtz, Adeline
Berkholtz, August
Borchardt, Glendolyn
Borchardt, Robert
Brechlin, Caroline
Brechlin, Emilla
Brechlin, J. Ferdinand
Brechlin, male infant
Briski, Lori Beth
Brooks, Dehlia
Brooks, Jacob
Buelow, C. Louise
Buelow, Carl W
Bussian, Albert
Bussian, Gustav
Bussian, Henrietta
Dahms, Brian J
Dahms, Gloria J
Dahms, Howard Carl
Dahms, Kenneth A.
Duffy, Carl P.
Duffy, Mildred B
Eagen, Oliver R
Erdman, Clara
Erdman, Eri
Fischer, August
Fox, Bertha P
Fox, Bertha
Fox, Edgar A.
Fox, Gustav
Frank, Carl W
Frank, Edward J
Fratzke, Edward F
Freimark, Alfred E.
Freimark, Emilie F
Freimark, Frank G.
Freimark, Hulda
Freimark, infant
Friske, Rosalia
Friske, Samuel (2)
Fritz, Ernest
Fritz, Mathilda
Glaser, Friederich R
Glaser, Heinrich A.
Grams, Emil A.
Grams, Friedrich
Grams, Gilbert
Grams, Johanna
Grams, Wilhelmina
Henke, Byron A (2)
Henke, Byron A
Henke, Marvin B.
Henke,Ardene A
Hollaender, Johann C. F
Hunt, Ernest P
Jantz, Elmer E
Jantz, Emma
Jantz, Herbert
Jantz, Lester A
Janz, Dennis D.
Janz, Dennis D
Janz, Diane C. Feld
Janz, Emil
Janz, Ervin C
Janz, Gustave
Janz, Ida M
Janz, Julius G
Janz, Louis
Janz, Lucille E. Verch
Janz, Mathilda
Janz, Theodore C.
Kapp, Dale R
Kapp, Josephine
Kapp, Roger D
Kapp, Roger
Kapp, Susan
Kapp, Wilfred
Keller, Grace E
Keller, Kathryn
Kelpert, Arthur A.
Kelpert, Lucille G. Wacholtz
Kerl, Albert E
Kerl, Alma F
Kerl, Amanda L
Kerl, Anna M
Kerl, August H
Kerl, Bertha M
Kerl, Julius
Kerl, Laura A
Kerl, Martha M
Kerl, Ottilie J
Kerl, William
Kitchen, Dennis R.
Kitchen, Dennis Ray
Kitchen, June C
Kolpin, Alma
Kolpin, Charles
Kolpin, Clara
Kolpin, Egorda M
Kolpin, Elenora L
Kolpin, Emma
Kolpin, Ernest F.
Kolpin, Eugene C.
Kolpin, Eugene Carl
Kolpin, Fred
Kolpin, Louis
Kolpin, Maria
Kolpin, Nettie
Kolpin, Wilhelmine
Krause, Albert J.
Krause, Myrtle V
Kreuger, Ottilie
Krueger, Caroline
Krueger, Charles F
Krueger, Friedrich
Krukowski, Christine
Krukowski, Paul Jr
Ladwig, Amelia
Ladwig, Aug
Ladwig, Ida C
Ladwig, Lydia
Ladwig, Otto A.
Ladwig, Otto August
Ladwig, William
Lehmann, Albert J
Lehmann, Henrietta
Lehr, Alvina
Lehr, Ardella
Lehr, Arthur
Lehr, Audrey A
Lehr, Augusta M
Lehr, Eva
Lehr, Fred A
Lehr, Henry W
Lehr, John F
Lehr, John L
Lehr, Louis H.
Lehr, Lydia A
Lehr, Mabel M
Lehr, Orval L.
Lehr, Otto
Leigh, Darryl A
Leigh, Norman N.
Leigh, Ruth L
Lennop, Henry
Lennop, Ida
Lennop, Leona L
Lichtenberg, Adore
Lichtenberg, Augusta
Lichtenberg, Frank
Lichtenberg, Henry
Lichtenberg, unclear
Loging, Edgar C.
Loging, Edgar Carl
Loging, James L
Loging, Marilyn M
Loging, Mary
Lungwitz, Amelia
Lungwitz, Otto V.
Mapschall, Caroline
Marvin, Alvina
Marvin, Ferdinand
Marvin, Hannah
Marvin, Hulda
Merline, David P.
Merline, Joyce E
Miller, Alfred L.
Miller, Bertha
Miller, female
Miller, Fred (2)
Miller, Fred
Miller, Henrietta
Miller, Herman
Miller, Magdelena
Miller, Maria
Miller, Martin
Miller, Minnie
Murton, Theresa
Murton, William
Nechkash, Savanna E
Neubauer, Anna M
Neubauer, August (2)
Neubauer, August
Neubauer, Augusta
Neubauer, Hattie
Neubauer, Pauline
Neubauer, Walter W. Sr
Neubauer, Walter W.
Neubauer, William
Nimke, John
Nimpke, Marie
Oppermann, Elysabeth Elnora
Ottman, Doreen E. Augsburger
Ottman, Norman L.
Pedrick Ferdinand(1)
Pedrick Ferdinand(2)
Pedrick, Friderike
Piraino, Edith
Piraino, Samuel A.
Resop, Lillian L
Resop, Ruth A
Schalk, Albert
Schalk, Andrew
Schalk, Dora M
Schalk, Emelia
Schalk, Lillian
Schalk, Louis F.
Schalk, Louis F
Schalk, Paul A
Schalk, PVT. Charlie
Schleicher, Joyce N
Schlueter, Johanna
Schmidtke, Ari James
Schmidtke, Melvin C.
Schmidtke, Vera M
Schroeder, Albert
Schroeder, Alma C
Schroeder, Alvin
Schroeder, Amelia
Schroeder, Augusta (2)
Schroeder, Augusta
Schroeder, Charles
Schroeder, Gilbert
Schroeder, Irene
Schroeder, Johann
Schroeder, Louis
Schroeder, Margabetha
Schroeder, Mary
Schroeder, Otto
Schroeder, Ruth
Schroeder, Wilhelmine
Schultz, Elisabeth Teresa Holzer
Shepard, Leona
Shepard, S. Jim
Simson, Anna Schalk
Smith, Harry L.
Smith, June F
Smith, Leona Emma Neubauer
Smoody, Cleo E
Smoody, Joseph C.
Spanheimer, infant
St. Pauls Lutheran Cemetery Sign
Stephan, Adeline
Stephan, Carl
Stephan, Edward
Stephan, Gustav
Stephan, Hermann
Stephan, Ida
Stephan, Louise
Stephan, Maria
Stephan, Minnie
Stephan, Wilhelmine
Sthankey, Maria L. T. Buelow
Swersinske, Amelia A
Swersinske, Beulah J
Swersinske, Elmer E.
Swersinske, Emil H.
Swersinske, Jack Raymond
Tetzlaff, Clarence
Tetzlaff, Eleanor
Tetzlaff, Emma
Tetzlaff, Herman
Tetzlaff, Olive Mae
Tetzlaff, Richard
Thayer, Elaine Wacholtz,
Thom, Carl
Thom, Caroline
Verch, Elmer H.
Verch, Elnora E
Voss, Amalia
Voss, Henry
Voss, Paul
Wacholtz, Carl
Wacholtz, Charles F.
Wacholtz, Charles F
Wacholtz, Dwayne Robert
Wacholtz, Frank F
Wacholtz, Harold F.
Wacholtz, Henry A.
Wacholtz, June H
Wacholtz, Louise M. Secora
Wacholtz, Martin J.
Wacholtz, Mathilda M
Wacholtz, Robert R
Wacholtz, Stella
Wacholtz, Susan M
Wegenke, Dora A
Wegenke, Ervin A.
Wiese, Darwin R
Wiese, Gail Patsy
Wiese, Helene
Wiese, Wilhelm
Williams, Walter W
Wobschall, Alfred
Wobschall, Alvin
Wobschall, Bertha
Wobschall, Charles W
Wobschall, Charles
Wobschall, Jimmy N
Wobschall, Martha B
Wobschall, Norbert A
Wobschall, Ronald R
Zietlow, Albert H
Zietlow, Harold
Zietlow, Ida
Zietlow, Lydia A
Zietlow, Wilhelm
Zorn, Henry
Zorn, Katherine
Zuehlke, Bertha E.
Zuehlke, Gustav A
Zuehlke, Laura E
Zuehlke, Lester E.
Zuehlke, Lydia M
Zuehlke, Margaret
Zuehlke, Otto F. C.
Zuehlke, Walter H. H
Zuehlke, William F.
Zuehlke, Wm

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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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