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Green County
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Swiss Reformed Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Aeschbacher, Friedrich
Aesly, Henry and unclear
Agustoni, Carj
Alder, Anna Kathrina
Altman, Heinrich and Rosina
Altmann, Kaspar and Barbara
Anken, Rudolph
Baeber, Sibilla
Baltche, Ferdinand
Barbaer, Ursula
Baumgartner, John Henry
Baumgartner, unclear
Becker, Fridolin and Maria
Becker, Heinrich and Sarah
Becker, Johannes and A. Maria
Becker, John
Becker, Jost and Amelia
Becker, Jost and Sarah
Becker, Regula
Becker, Rosina
Berger, Friedrich
Bernard, unclear
Beutler, Jakob
Bischoeberger, unclear female
Bischofberger, Adolf
Blum, Fred and William E.
Blum, J. Casper
Blum, Jacob
Blum, unclear
Blumer, Anna
Blumer, J.
Blumer, John J. and Margaretha
Blumer, Margaretha
Blumer, Mathilda Alice
Blumer, Olga
Blumer, Samuel
Boelman, A.
Brtius, Frank
Buff, Bernice
Bulzer, Maria Anna
Buol, Alois
Burge, Marta
Cehrig, Mary
Cehrig, Paul
Crooks, Fred and Charlotte
Diekroeger, Donald J.
Disch, Abraham
Disch, Alma U.
Disch, Caspar
Disch, Jacob A. and Mary
Disch, John and family
Disch, Peter
Domholdt, Henry M. and Tillie
Duerst, Anna Barbara
Duerst, Daniel
Duerst, David
Duerst, J. Jacob and Maria
Duerst, Joh
Duerst, John J.
Duerst, Peter and family
Duerst, Rachel
Duerst, Thomas and Ursula Geiger
Duerst, Ursula
Durll, unclear
Durst, A. Maria
Durst, Fridolin and family
Ehinger, Emil
Elmer, Anna Maria
Elmer, Anna
Elmer, Barbara
Elmer, Casper and Emma
Elmer, Fred
Elmer, Oswald
Elmer, Peter and Jenni
Elmer, Sebastian
Elmer, unclear
Elmer, Werner
Felber, Henry
Fiez, Gertrude
Fiez, Hilda E.
Fiez, Hugo
Figi, Aloma
Figi, John and family
Figi, John and Rosina
Figi, John T.
Figi, Mathias
Figi, Oswald and Anna Katherine
Figi, Rudolph
Foot, Heinrich and Anna Margaret
Foster, Wesley W.
Francois, Alexander
Francois, Dr. Silvain J.
Francois, Marie A.
Frehmer, G.
Frehner, George G.
Frehner, J. and infant
Freitag, Casper
Freitag, Jacob and Verena
Frick, Sylvan and Mildred
Fricker, Rudolph
Geiger, Heinrich and Maria
Geiser, Fred
Glaeden, Henry S.
Glaeden, Mollie
Gmur, Joseph H. and Louise B.
Goerlitz, unclear
Graf, John and Elsa
Gross, Roy
Grunder, Gottlieb
Grunder, Rosa
Halder, August
Hamilton, Mabel M. Luchsinger
Hamilton, William F.
Hangartner, Albert
Hauser, Anna C. Schmid
Hauser, Dewa
Hauser, Ida
Hauser, Joseph
Hauser, Kaspar and Anna Katharina
Hauser, Mary Truttman
Hauser, Rosina Maria Wittenwyler
Hefti, Abian
Hefti, Barbara
Hefti, Friedolin
Hefti, J.
Hefti, M.
Hefti, Markus
Hefty, A. Barbara
Hefty, Alvin H.
Hefty, Barbara
Hefty, Caspar and Elsbeth
Hefty, Daniel and sarah
Hefty, Dora A.
Hefty, Dr. Paul
Hefty, Henry and Regula
Hefty, Marcus
Hefty, Mary A.
Hefty, Mat.
Heideman, unclear male
Heimann, Albert A.
Heimann, Fred
Heimann, John and Johanna
Heimann, Susan Anne
Heimann, Virginia A. Marty
Heisler, Fred L. and Ida M.
Heisler, Scott
Heller, August and Elsie L.
Heller, Frederick and Aline J.
Henry, Magualena
Hess, Benedict
Hess, Verena
Hoeft, unclear
Hoesli, Esaias
Hoesli, Johannes and Anna
Hoesli, John
Hoesli, Markus
Hoesly, Barbara
Hoesly, Euphemia
Hoesly, Fridolin and family
Hoesly, Henry K. and Kathrina
Hoesly, Mathaus
Hoffmann, August
Hoffmann, Heinrich
Hosli, Barbara
Hosli, J.J.
Iffert, Karl A.
Ingold, Herman
Ingold, Magdalena
Iseli, Magdalena
Jaggi, Edwin Wilhelm
Janjori, J.
Jenny, family
Jenzer, Ernst Otto
Jenzer, Herman
Juingst, infant female
Kaech, Albert A.
Kaech, John and family
Kaltbrunner, August
Kaltbrunner, Luisa
Kammer, Herman
Kehpli, Erwin W. F.
Kehpli, Marie A.
Keller, Alfred
Keppler, Rolland
Kindert, Maria E.
Klassy, Johan Peter
Klassy, John Peter and Elisabeth
Klassy, Samuel and Jacob
Klassy, Samuel and John
Klossner, Emilie
Knobel, Markus
Krieg, J.P. and Franziska
Krugjohann, Harrold
Krugjohann, Moritz and Mary
Kubli, Baltasar
Kubly, Nickolaus and Barbara
Kubly, Oswald and Anna Maria
Kundert, Casper
Kundert, Frank
Kundert, not clear
Kundert, Rosina
Kundert, Rudy
Kundert, unclear
Legler, Barbara
Legler, David
Legler, Elizabeth
Legler, Fred W. and family
Legler, Job
Legler, Johann and Elizabeth
Legler, unclear
Lehnherr, Gottlieb and Margaret
Linder, Royce A.
Little, Edward
Luchsinger, Christian
Luchsinger, Henry
Luchsinger, John P. and Katherine
Luchsinger, Salome H.
Luchsinger, unclear
Luethy, Walter and Bertha
Marti, Anna Maria
Marti, Jacob
Marty, Conrad and Nina Catherine
Marty, Elizabeth
Marty, Elsbeth
Marty, Jost
Marty, Magdalena
Marty, Mathias and K.
Matzinger, Ernest and Anna
Mitman, Carl D.
Muehleman, Margaretha
Muehlemann, Fred
Muehlemann, John
Muehlemann, Marie
Muehlemann, Melvin
Mueler, male infant
Mueller, Ernest
Nottingle, F.W.
Oppermann, Frederick P.
Oppermann, Henry M.
Ott, John and Anna
Puempel, Joseph and Berta
Reinke, Lester H.
Rezna, unclear
Rhyner, Anna
Rhyner, Blasius
Rhyner, J.U.
Rhyner, Magdalena Steinmann
Rhyner, Verena
Ricola, Albert
Roth, Albert and Emma
Roth, infant
Rudi, Melcihor
Rudolf, Jon.
Ruegg, H. Jakob and Barbara Elmer
Ruegsegger, Ernest and Marie
Ruegsegger, Shirley Ann
Ruegsegger, unclear female
Rufenacht, Wilhelm and Rosa
Sampson, Ray
Sarbacker, Anthony M.
Sarbacker, infant male
Schachtler, Jacob and Frieda
Schiesser, Melchior and Agatha
Schiessner, Anna
Schiler, Ellen
Schindler, David
Schindler, Fribolin
Schindler, Mathias
Schindler, Menga
Schindler, Peter and Lydia
Schindler, Regula and Elsbeth
Schindler, Rosina
Schlatter, Albert and Amalia
Schmid, Anna Hefty
Schmid, J. Henry and Magdalena
Schmid, J. Henry
Schmid, J. P.
Schmid, John
Schmid, Maria
Schmid, Math and family
Schmoker, Gottfreid and Mary F.
Schmuker, Christ
Schneider, infant male
Schneider, unclear
Schraepfer, Barbara
Schraepfer, Rudolf
Schrepfer, Daniel
Schuett, Dorothy Jane
Schuett, Harrison
Schule, Elsbeth
Schuler, Emmanuel
Schuler, Jacob
Smith, Mildred Irene
Stauffacher, D.
Stauffacher, Dietrich
Stauffacher, Susanna Zenther
Stauffacher, Verena
Stauffer, Amelia
Steichler, Lon Francis
Steiner, Peter B. and Barbara
Steiner, Sylvan Edwin
Strahm and Knudtson family
Strahm and Schiesser family
Strahm, Fred and Rosa
Strahm, J. Walter
Streiff, Elisbeth and Katharina
Streiff, Elisbeth
Streiff, J. Peter and family
Streiff, Jacob
Streiff, John Jacob and family
Streiff, Katharina
Streiff, Peter
Stuessy, Anna
Stuessy, Dr. Sylvia G.
Stuessy, Heinrich
Stuessy, Jacob and Anna
Stuessy, Kath
Stuessy, Kleophea
Stuessy, Magdalena
Stuessy, Melchi
Stuessy, Melchior M. and family
Stuessy, Peter
Stuessy, Salomon
Stuseey, Anna
Stussy, Jost and Malter
Swiss Historical Village Sign
Swiss Reformed Cemetery Sign
Thacker, Eldon E.
Thacker, Irma M.
Theiler, Fred and Louise
Trump, F. and unclear
Truttmann, C.
Tschudy, Fred
Ubert, Louis C. and Viola E.
Urben, Gottfried
Urben, Jacob and Verena
Utenberger, Fred
Vogel, Albert
Vogel, Anna
Vollenweider, Rudolf and B. Hedwig
Webber, John William
Wehren, Elizabeth
Weissenfluh, Henry
Werndli, Alfred and Anna
Werndli, K.
Werndli, Samuel
Wild, Andrew C.
Wild, John and Anna
Wild, Josha and Barbara
Wild, Joshua
Wild, Margaret
Wildmer, Emil
Willi, Johannes
Wohlrabe, Thomas Nelson and Charline A.
Wolf, Albert
Wolf, Rosa Maerki
Wurgler, Emelie J.
Zahler, John and Edwin
Zahler, Magdalena
Zahler, Rosina
Zbaren, Albertina
Zbaren, Friedrich
Zeller, Katharina
Zentner, Nicolaus and Euphemia
Zentner, Werner L. and Mary L.
Ziltener, Sarah Stuessy
Zilterner, Emil F.
Zilterner, Fred
Zimmerman, John
Zimmermann, Anna Maria
Zimmermann, Friderich
Zimmermann, Jacob
Zimmermann, Peter
Zuber, Emil J.
Zuber, Fred Sr. and Elsie
Zweifel, Adam
Zweifel, Fridolin
Zweifel, Henry and Katharine
Zweifel, Jacob H. and Rose
Zweifel, Jost and Verena
Zweifel, LaVern
Zweifel, Robert

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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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