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Saucerman - Cadiz Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Albrecht, Christian E. and family
Albrecht, Ruth Ann
Allen, Charles A.
Allen, Clarence K. and Irene
Allen, Grant T. and Florence A.
Allen, Jacob T.
Allen, Nathaniel and Elsie B.
Allen, Philip and Margaret Barackman
Anderson, Nellie Ruth abd Sabra Lynn
Anderson, Nels E. and Della M.
Anthoney, James H.
Bailey, Glenn C. and Lily E.
Barker, Viva L.
Bast, Elmer and Opal B. Lynch
Binger, Alpheus
Binger, Brant W. and Anna
Binger, Clara Parmer
Binger, Francis O. and Jeanette
Binger, Helen Albert
Binger, infant
Binger, Jeremiah and Sarah Jane
Binger, Joseph
Binger, Malissa
Binger, Solomon and Harriet
Binger, Susan
Binger, Thomas and Frieda
Binger, unclear
Binger, William
Bittner, Lollie
Bittner, Rudolph J. and Iris A.
Bittner, William and Ruth
Blevins, Travis A.
Boeck, Alice M.
Boeck, Della E.
Boeck, Frank J.H.
Boeck, Sylvia
Bratley, Deborah Ann
Bratley, Edward
Bratley, James
Bratley, Joseph A. and Eva
Bratley, Leslie
Bratley, Louis
Bratley, Melvin
Bratley, unclear male
Bratley, Wm. and Mary
Broege, Elwyn G.
Broege, George and Bessie
Broge, Clifford L. and Carole A.
Brown, Arthur E. and Lena
Brown, Catherine J.
Brown, Earl A.
Brown, Jonathan L.
Brown, Louisa and John R.
Brown, unclear A. Jr.
Brunn, Anna
Buchanan, Isabella
Burgunder, Emil and Anna
Burgunder, Lee S.
Burgunder, Louis
Burington, David E. and Melvin Parmer
Burington, Hannah Long
Burington, Lena
Burington, Margaret Long
Burington, Michael J.
Burington, Minnie C.
Burington, Minnie Huebner
Burington, Rosa M.
Burington, William A.
Burrington, Earl E.
Cain, Rachel
Chapin, Curtis Jay
Cline, Charles E. and Blanche I.
Cline, David A. and Mary E.
Cline, Edith
Cline, Jesse
Cline, Nathaniel J.
Cline, Robert L. and Alice B.
Cline, Robert
Cline, Russell and Edna M.
Cline, John E.
Cook, Roland J. and Esther M.
Coryell, D.J. and Mary E. Saucerman
Coryell, Michael E.
Coryell, Stanley
Crago, C.L. Roy and Mary Jane
Curtis, Brant C. and family
Curtis, Oscar
Curtis, Wilhelmine
Dale, Grant and Gertrude
Dale, Nathan Charles
Dale, Phoebe M.
Dale, Robert G. and Helen J.
Demanouske, Sam G. and Helen G.
Denney, S.
Denney, unclear
DeVoe, Beverly Elaine
DeVoe, Frank C. and Sada L.
DeVoe, Sheldon and Esther
Divan, Henry F. and Vera M.
Divan, Mary
Doymeyer, Ralph G.
Drake, Alba
Drake, Jefferson
Drake, Mahala
Drake, Rosco
Drye, Dora I.
Drye, George M. and Minnie O.
Drye, George M.
Drye, Howard W. and Pearl E.
Drye, Leonard and Viola
Drye, Oscar A. and Mildred Ryan
Eells, Albert H. and Sharon
Eliffson, Ole and Mary
Elmer, Anna
Elmer, Chris
Elmer, Conrad
Elmer, Jacob V. and family
Elmer, Jakie L. and Dorothy M.
Elmer, John B. and Charlotte M.
Elmer, John
Elmer, May
Erickson, David R. and Virjetta A.
Erickson, Gary and Karen A.
Everett, David M. and Celina
Fernstaedt, Auguste
Fernstaedt, Luise
Feulker, William F. and Ernestina M.
Figi, George and Della A.
Figi, Jeffery Thomas
Figi, Thomas D. and Katheleen A. Werren
Finn, Ella Mae
Flannery, Renzo and Retha E.
Foulker, Arthur H.
Foulker, Chester E.
Foulker, Daniel D. Jr.
Foulker, Elmer H. and Hulda R.
Foulker, Emma A.
Foulker, Ernest A. and Marguerite D.
Foulker, Frank C.
Foulker, Henry F. and Malinda
Foulker, Joseph M.
Foulker, Lester H.
Foulker, Rollie
Foulker, Verna M.
Foulker, William F. and Martha
Freundel, Melvin and Doris
Frost, Neva Drye
Gannon, unclear
Gerbitz, Augusta
Gerbitz, Ferdinand A. and Hilda
Gerbitz, Leopold
Gerbitz, Wilhelmina
Gerbitz, William
Gess, Maybelle
Gilmore, Cecil O. and Edith L.
Gobeli, John and Ella M.
Gobeli, John and Louise
Gobeli, Theodore I. and Myra B.
Good, John and Anna L.
Good, Nellie
Good, William
Goodman, Ben F. and Eva V.
Goodman, Dewey and Josephine
Goodman, Donald C.
Goodman, Emma
Goodman, Frank D. and Matilda S.
Goodman, Freddie
Goodman, George
Goodman, Gregory D.
Goodman, Herbert H.
Goodman, Herman
Goodman, Jeremiah and Mahala
Goodman, Kirk Alan
Goodman, Oliver G.
Goodman, unclear and Ruth
Goodman, unclear D.
Goodman, William A. and Eda M.
Grossen, Emil G. and Sylvia G.
Gunser, John and Hermina
Gutshall, Vivian Sandley
Gutzmer, Walter and Emma
Haas, Frank
Haas, Joe
Haas, John
Haas, Lillian
Haas, Nicholas
Haas, William A.
Hale, Bessie E.
Hanson, Frank R. and Carol J.
Hanson, Ruth K.
Hastings, Frank O. and Lena
Hastings, Fred P. and M. Emma
Hastings, John
Hastings, Maggie
Hastings, Mother
Heckman, William S. and Ida B.
Heibner, Francis
Heibner, George
Heibner, Joanne M.
Heibner, William L.
Heins, Paul D. and Sharon R.
Herr, David A. and Betty M. Krebs
Hibner, Charles J.
Hibner, Joseph
Hoeft, William C.
Hoesly, Donald L.
Houser, Arthur E. and Evelyn Allen Houser
Howder, Daniel and Ida May
Howder, Elizabeth
Howder, Solomon
Howe, Harry H.
Howe, male infant
Howe, Mathilda
Howe, Ralph
Huffman, Nellie E.
Hurd, Myron H. and Chloe E.
Janicke, Brian Lee
Janicke, LaVerne K. and family
Kahl, Lyle and Rose E.
Kahl, Lyle E.
Kaslear, William and Rosena
Keller, Catharine
Keller, George W. and Ella J.
Keller, John H.
Keller, Lydia A.
Keller, William and Florence
Kelly, Charles A. and Electa L.
Kenney, Cyntha
King, Andrew
King, Herman L.
King, Jackson
King, Mary
Klemm, Chester E.
Klemm, Frank H. and Hulda E.
Klemm, William O. and Candice K,
Kline, Donnie
Kline, John and Mary A.
Kline, Reginald E. and CeCelia
Kline, Ruth
Kline, Theodore and Eleanor Hicks
Koch, Duane E.
Koeneman, unclear
Krause, Gottlieb
Krebs, Arthur I. and Donna J. Martin
Krebs, Ernest
Krebs, Frank and Viola
Krebs, male infant
Krebs, Robert A. and M. Merle
Krebs, Rose
Krebs, Stephanie Julia
Krueger, Ernestina
Kuch, Jacob and Louise
Kuhl, Ernest L. and Wilhelmina
Kuhl, Ethel
Kuhl, Herman J.
Kuhl, Minna Ida
Kuhl, Orville E.
Kuhl,, William E. and Mary A.
Lancaster, Suzanne M.
Lankford, Charles E.
Lankfrod, Charles Edward and Betty Lou
Larson, Kristhie E.
Larson, Luther F. and Ingeborg
Larson, Richard C.
Lawver, Frank A. and Addie B.
Lawver, Glen S. and D.
Lawver, Millie V. Husick
Lawver, Robert Earl
Leck, William A. and C.A.
Leverington, John Cecil and Iva Dale
Lincicum, Lloyd P. and Marian E.
Lisser, Ernest and Anna
Lisser, Hebert and infant
Lisser, Ole and Emma
Lisser, Walter O.
Lockman, John
Long, Alpha
Long, Blanche
Long, John C.
Long, LeLand Fremont
Long, Lewis A. and Sadie A.
Long, Mother
Long, Vinton and Meda
Lueck, Awalt W.
Lueck, Eugene F.
Lueck, Herman A. and Altha Lynch
Lueck, Howard W. and Marie
Lueck, male and female infants
Lueck, Max R. and family
Lueck, Ralph and unclear
Lueck, William F. and Letha
Lynch, Absalom
Lynch, Delbert W. and Dorothy M.
Lynch, Elizabeth and Ellen Hester
Lynch, Frederick and Michael
Lynch, George W.
Lynch, Jason and Margaret
Maaske, Clara E.
Maaske, Frank C.
Maaske, Friedrich and Amelia
Maaske, Henry W.
Maaske, Herman
Maddrell, Ben and Sadie
Maddrell, Jerry Lee
Mani, David J. and Hattie L.
Martin, Lovina Watson
May, Elizabeth
Mayer, Casper and unclear
Mayer, Clarence
Mayer, Jacqueline L.
Mayer, Loyde C.
Mayer, Maudie M.
Mayne, Nicholas T.
McLoud, Merle W.
Meacham, Mary E.
Meacham, Mary
Mellenberger, Stephanie Lynn
Mellenberger, Werner and Elsie
Merritt, Ronald
Merritt, Ward A. and Delva O.
Meyers, Edwin and Nada A.
Miler, Thomas L. and Anna Krebs
Miller, DeGrande E. and Edna M.
Miller, Emanuel and Florence
Minder, John and Marie
Monte, Frank and Dora A.
Monte, Gustave and Emma
Montgomery, Everette I. and Della P.
Montgomery, Janet Kae
Montgomery, Jarvis W. and Amanda M.
Morse, Cecil
Morse, W.C.
Myer, Hattie M. and Boudman, Maud V.
Nuckles, Leonard L. and Darlene A. Ableman
Ogden, LeRoy W. and Leah M.
Parmer, Frank and Dora
Parmer, James E.
Parmer, Raymond
Parsons, Bernard and Bernell
Parsons, Esther J.
Parsons, Johnny S. and family
Parsons, Louis E.
Parsons, Margaret E.
Peck, L.H. and Angeline
Peck, Ray E.
Pember, George W. and Cora O.
Perdue, Marion and Alma A.
Peterbaugh, Addie Ullom
Phillips, Harold H.
Phillips, Howard B.
Phillips, John W. and Mary E.
Phillips, Morgan B.
Pilz, Conrad and Emilie
Potter, Frank A. and Elsie
Rabe, Gus and family
Rakowska, Frank C. and Hazel B.
Ray, Adelbert
Raymer, Ida M. and Edith S.
Raymer, Jesse and Maria
Raymer, John A. and Martha J.
Reck, John H. and Lola M.
Redemer, Jessie Anne
Rinehart, Clarence L. and Hilda S.
Rinehart, Huebner
Rinehart, male infant
Ritschard, Terry T.
Robb, James T.
Robb, John C.
Robb, unclear
Robertson, Chancey C. and Sadie L.
Robinson, Wallace and family
Rose, child
Ross, Alex
Rowald, Richard E.
Rupenacht, Walter F. and Hilda I.
Sandley, Gary Lee
Saucerman Cemetery Sign
Saucerman, Abasalom
Saucerman, Alice Jane
Saucerman, Barnet
Saucerman, Clarence H. and Nancy E.
Saucerman, George and Catharine
Saucerman, John and Susan
Saucerman, Martin
Saucerman, memorial plaque
Saucerman, Yvette
Scherer, Gottlieb L. and Vera E.
Schneider, Helen
Schneider, Walter L.
Schultz, Clara
Scott, Fred H. and Wilma J.
Scott, Rebecca Jean
Segmer, H. Eugene and Edith E.
Segner, John P. and Maggie L.
Sellnow, Kenneth Donald
Sherer, Marshall A.
Sigahus, Dennie Lee
Smith, Amerida and Mary
Smith, Louise J.
Smith, Merrill A. and Neva B.
Smith, Rennie
Smith, Sarah E.
Smull, Archie L. and Hazel L.
Smull, Michael O.
Smull, Veril A.
Smull, Veril and Elvira M.
Soddy, Arthur F.
Soddy, Ernest C.
Soddy, Frank A. and Amelia
Soddy, Mary
Soddy, Pearl B.
Sorenson, Edward S. and Nellie E. Livingston
Starck, Ferdinand
Starck, Fred W.
Stark, Bessie
Stark, Carl
Stark, Charles
Stark, Frank F. and Mamie G.
Stark, Heneretta
Stark, William and Cora
Starr, Jerry L. and Hope G.
Stoehr, Ernest and Estella
Stoehr, Gustav A.
Stoehr, William
Stoehr, Wm. and Louesa
Stoldt, unclear
Stover, Bert
Stover, Henry T. and Fannie W.
Stover, unclear female
Strothman, Albert D. and family
Stubbe, Carl A. and Wilhelmine
Stubbe, Einerson
Stubbe, Fred C. and Emma
Stubbs, male infant
Swearingen, Stull
Swearingen, unclear
Swearinger, Hulda
Sweeney, Charles and Annie
Sweeney, Henry M. and Lucinda
Sweetman, Jane
Sweetman, Joseph
Taylor, John H. and Miranda
Tengowski, Mark
Tengowski, Michael
Tice, Ann Sparks
Tomlinson, E. Leah
Tomlinson, Iva B.
Tomlinson, Sarah Ann
Tomlinson, Thomas
Tree, Gene A. and Donna M.
Tree, Lewis and Mary
Tree, Norris and Margaret
Tree, unclear
Tretter, Donald and Alice
Ullem, Elisha
Ullom, Harrison
Ullom, Mary
Ullom, unclear female
Ullom, unclear
Ullon, Margaret A.
Van Matre, M. Lee and Dora E.
Van Matre, Norma L.
Van Matre, Opal I. and Allie
Vincent, Alger A. and Helen F.
Vincent, not clear
Vincent, Osbin L. and Effie R.
Vincent, Ross M. and Vertie I.
Vincent, unclear
Warner, Anna L.
Warner, Charles E.
Warner, Minnie
Watson, Thomas and Mary
Welden, Edward
Welden, Emily
Welden, Harriet
Weldon, Viola
Whitehead, children
Whitehead, Lee
Whitehead, Maria
Wilde, LeRoy J. and Joann V.
Wilde, William and Bernice
Williams, E. Jasper
Williams, I. T.
Williams, Joseph A.
Williams, Maud
Williams, Robert E.
Wolfe, George A. and Betty J.
Wyss, John E. and Elisa
Wyss, Walter E.
Wyssbrod, Fred L. and Rosa
Wyssbrod, John R.
Wyssbrod, Max and Frieda M.
Yancey, Oliver
Zander, Lottie Binger
Zangger, Marie
Zangger, Niklaus
Zervos, Mildred M.
Zweifel, Adam
Zweifel, Emma

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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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