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Green County
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Oakley Union Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Adleman, Charles
Adleman, David H. and Edith M.
Adleman, Harley D. and Jennie M.
Adleman, Jennie
Adleman, Roy Ransom
Alexander, Clemuel R.
Alexander, Darrell I.
Alexander, Donald J.
Alexander, Elizabeth
Alexander, F.B.
Alexander, James S. and Orilla
Alexander, Jay T. and Lillie L.
Alexander, John M.
Alexander, Lucille F.
Alexander, Virginia
Andrews, Donald R. and Shirley J.
Andrews, Herman
Andrews, William M. and Helen
Babler, Kenneth H. and Genevieve C.
Babler, Sheila Kae
Barnhill, Ione
Barnhill, John P. and Allethe J.
Barnum, Caroline
Barnum, Francis and Sarah J.
Barnum, Mae E.
Barr, Annie
Barton, Mabel B.
Barton, Mable Beightol
Baxter, Daniel V.
Baxter, John C.
Baxter, Thomas J.
Baxter, Zilpha T.
Becker, Henry and Amelia
Beeman, unclear male
Beightol, Emma M.
Beightol, John H.
Beightol, William A. and Inez R.
Benage, A. Ray
Benage, Abraham and Barbra
Benage, Beulah F.
Benage, C. Inez
Benage, Eve
Benage, George W. and family
Benage, W. Roy
Benage, Woodrow R.
Berry, Abram
Binger, Eva R.
Binger, Ross and Luella
Binger, Roy O.
Binger, Russell H.
Binger, William C. and Dora B.
Binger, William H.
Binger, Wm.
Blank, Ila Ostrander
Bleiler, Andrew J. and Amelia
Bleiler, Royal Andrew
Boyles, Frances E.
Brace, Fred
Brace, James O.
Brace, Wilma E.
Bradley, David and Mapelyt Williams
Bradley, Joseph S.
Bradley, Nellie M.
Bradley, Seth M. and Olive S.
Bright, Alanson
Brunkow, Benjamin R.
Brunkow, Bob and Pat
Brunkow, Fred C.
Brunkow, George H.
Brunkow, Julia F.
Brunkow, W.K. and Georgea M.
Brunkow, William F.
Bussey, Emily Gaby
Bussey, Fanny
Bussey, female infant
Bussey, George W.
Bussey, Hezekiah
Bussey, Jay M.
Bussey, John N.
Bussey, Lillian M.
Bussey, Mahlon Ira and Lana Ann
Bussey, male infant
Bussey, Nelson and Orra M. Dyer
Bussey, William N.
Caker, Bessie V.
Campbell, Richard S. (Dick)
Cift, Corson and family
Clark, Loyd and family
Daley, Frank and Anna
Daubert, Augusta Alexander
Davis, Albert A.
Davis, Albert L.
Davis, Archibald
Davis, Barbette Z.
Davis, Beulah W.
Davis, Burton E. and Ruth E.
Davis, Douglas B.
Davis, Elizabeth
Davis, Ellen M.
Davis, Frank Dewey
Davis, George and Ann E. Brant
Davis, George B. and Margaret B.
Davis, Guy H. and Bessie E.
Davis, Harold and Alberta
Davis, James D. and family
Davis, James L. and Christine M.
Davis, Judd E. and Carrie M.
Davis, Lee B.
Davis, Martha C.
Davis, Pearl M.
Dobbs, Jeremiah
Dobbs, Susanna Loring
Donmyer, Homer E. and Julia L.
Douglas, Lillie Benage
Duchow, Chester and Doris
Duchow, Chester H.
Duchow, Dorothy I.
Duchow, Frank G. and Nellie E.
Duchow, Frank W.
Duchow, Ralph L. and Kathryn G.
Duchow, Ralph L.
Duchow, Rodney G.
Duchow, Thomas L.
Dunn, John W.
Dunwiddie, Archie and Ethel
Earleywine, Glen H. and Leona M.
Earleywine, Glen O. and Mattie A.
Earleywine, Judd D. and Jean M.
Earleywine, Judd D.
Earleywine, Richard J.
Earleywine, Sara L.
Edwards, Asa
Edwards, W.J. and Nancy J.
Eucker, Lois M.
Farmer, LaVerne
Felts, David L. and Alida M.
Fowler, Inga
Fowler, Merle
Frisbie, Alden and Anna
Frisbie, unclear
Gempeler, Wayne F. and Thelma I.
Goecks, Sandra Mae
Goecks, William H. and Gertrude E.
Graham, Lewis W.
Green, Harold and Mary
Green, Roger C.
Grenzow, Elda E.
Grenzow, Father
Grenzow, Frank and Minnie
Grenzow, male infant
Grenzow, Mother
Grenzow, Nathan W.
Grenzow, unclear and Wilhelmina
Grenzow, Wesley E. and Minnie A.
Hall, Eugene A. and Agnes
Hartwig, Bernard and Arlene M.
Hawkins, Alma
Hawkins, Dean
Hawkins, Frances
Hawkins, Gurtey
Hawkins, Judd
Hawkins, Laura
Hawkins, Lucillia
Hawkins, Mildred M.
Hawkins, Roy
Haynes, Esther E.
Hoesly, Edna M.
Hudson, Mary
Johnson, Hebron
Johnson, Wm. and family
Kelly, John and Eliza V.
Kinyon, Charles
Kinyon, David
Kinyon, Elsie M.
Kinyon, Ettie Ople and Mary Trella
Kinyon, female infant
Kinyon, not clear
Kinyon, unclear male
Kinyon, unclear
Kinyon, Willis J. and Sarah A.
Klaas, Arbie L.
Klaas, Henry
Klaas, Mary
Kline, Mary A.
Kline, Wm.
Klopfenstein, Merlin and family
Kloppenstein, Michael Ray
Kloppenstein, Nathan Allen
Kohl, Donna Rae
Kohl, Irene M.
Kryder, Andrew J. and Lavina
Kryder, Charles W. and Emma
Kryder, John E. and Ruth M.
Kryder, John F. and Frances J.
Kryder, unclear
Kryder, William E. and family
Last, Robert C. and Lowanda S.
Last, Robert C.
Leake, Charles W. and Rachel
Leake, Herbert O. and Anna C. Schoch
Lentz, Herman and Lennie
Leopold, Frank S. and Elizabeth
Long, Alma Barnhill
Long, Harvey Earl
Manchester, Alex C.
Marchant, Kevin V. and Karen S.
Marchant, Mason E. (Skipper) and Aladene L. (Dee)
Marchant, Matthew James (Miffie)
Marchant, Vashni M. and Mina L.
Marean, Jeffrey J. (picture on stone)
Marean, Jeffrey J.
Marean, Victor R. and Florence
Marean, William and Lydia
Marsh, Arbor D. and Louise A.
Marsh, Barbara L.
Marsh, Edward H.
Marsh, Tina L.
Mather, John W. and Louise A.
Mather, Joseph and Mary
Mather, male and female infants
Matzke, Maxine Beightol
McNitt, Ida C. Klaas and Bouton, Fern McNitt
Meier, Andrew James Michael
Meinert, Will and Bertha E.
Meyers, Elmira
Meyers, Samuel
Miller, Charles and Emma
Moellenberndt, Ervin
Montefelt, Carl and Dorothy
Montefelt, Frank and family
Montefelt, Herman and Phoebe
Montefelt, William and family
Morehouse, Homer R.
Moska, Frank A.
Moska, Laura M.
Musser, Grace B.
Musser, Joseph Andrew
Myers, Alice
Myers, Bessie
Myers, Edgar
Myers, Elmer W.
Myers, Emma J.
Myers, George
Myers, Isaac
Myers, John and Anney
Myers, Leroy
Myers, Minnie
Myers, Nellie M.
Myers, Orville J. and Lillie B.
Myers, Samuel and Sarah
Myers, unclear
Myers, Walter
Myers, William
Myers, Willis J.
Myers, Willis
Myers-Zimmerman, Alice M.
Myers-Zimmerman, Austin J.
Myers-Zimmerman, Gertrude
Myers-Zimmerman, Isaac A.
Nelson, Harold M. and Marquerite A.
Nelson, Harold M.
Nicholas, Charlotte
Nugen, Doris J.
Nyman, Harry
Nyman, John W. and Karen M.
Nyman, John
Nyman, LaVerne and Lesetta
Nyman, Marie
Nyman, Tony Lee
Oakley Union Cemetery Sign
Ostrander, Alvn C.
Ostrander, B. Frank and Lena M.
Ostrander, Catherine
Ostrander, Edgar
Ostrander, Edna L.
Ostrander, George L.
Ostrander, John H. and Sarah C.
Ostrander, Katherine
Ostrander, Lewis L.
Ostrander, Maria V. Loring
Ostrander, Matilda
Ostrander, Rolland
Ostrander, Walter L. and Carrie E.
Pankhurst, Mary E.
Pehl, Gust and Sophia
Peterson, Esther A.
Pinnow, Amma E.
Pinnow, Charley W.
Pinnow, Daisy T.
Pinnow, Edgar M.
Pinnow, John G. and Augusta
Pinnow, Lila E.
Pinnow, Ranel R.
Pyle, Evelyn
Pyle, Floyd O. and Jessie V.
Pyle, Floyd O.
Pyle, J. Edward
Pyle, Jessie V.
Pyle, Robert G.
Raether, Albert R. and Grace M.
Ramseier, Karl and Melba D.
Ramsey, Nellie Mae
Randall, Forrest Earl and Ella Sophia
Randall, Forrest
Randall, Lola B.
Randall, M. Jane
Randall, Mark A.
Reed, Elmer R.
Reed, Milford R. and Hazel L.
Reed, Preston J. and Lena C.
Regez, Walter and Ruby I.
Requartte, Martha
Requartte, Wm. P.
Richards, Harold M. and Iva G.
Richardson, Eliza Ann
Riese, Alma
Riese, Chris
Riese, Grace
Riese, Inez
Robertson, Charles W.
Robertson, Clayton
Robertson, Frederick and unclear
Robertson, Ida B.
Robertson, Iva
Robertson, Jeanette
Robertson, John
Robertson, Orson and Elma
Robertson, Ortha A.
Rodenbough, Jacob H.
Rodenbough, Luther Henry
Rodenbough, Mary C.
Rodenbough, Mattie Pyle
Rosheisen, Arthur D. and Olive M.
Rosheisen, Seth E. (Slim) and Iva Leold
Schmoldt, male infant
Schoch, Clarence H.
Schoch, Jesse and Elizabeth
Schroeder, Frank E. and Jeannine A.
Schroeder, Frank E.
Schwebke, Roy and Wauneta
Smith, Marvin R. and F. Arvetta
Stair, Elsie E.
Stair, Mary
Stair, Peter
Stevens, unclear
Stocker, Abraham
Stocker, Donald R.
Stocker, Jacob and Josie
Stocker, Jessie M.
Stocker, Philip and Mary
Stocker, Reuben J.
Strauss, Abbie M.
Strauss, Clara
Strauss, John A.
Sullivan, Arthur L. and Lorna R.
Sullivan, Stephen G.
Thompson, Amanda J. and Alavette
Thompson, Herbert O.
Tracy, Avery
Tracy, Dora A.
Tracy, Hannah A.
Tracy, Harry and Vivia
Tracy, Nellie
Tracy, Orville O.
Tracy, Requartte
Tracy, Susan A. and Wilma L.
Tracy, unclear and Ellen W.
Trembley, Martha Ann
Vanderbiet, M.W.
Walkey, Frankie
Weidman, Oscar T. and Myrtie M.
Whitehead, Ralph Wm. and Elizabeth K.
Whitehead, Wake D. and Louisa A.
Wiggins, Marvin L.
Williams, Abbie
Williams, Arlie A. and Ida B.
Williams, C.
Williams, Elmer J. and unclear
Williams, George W. and Bertha A.
Williams, Ira L. (Ike)
Williams, Jay and Edna
Williams, John W.
Williams, Michael D.
Williams, Milton W.
Williams, Otto
Williams, Thanza
Williams, Willis C. and Janet L.
Wise, Fred and Adah M.
Wunschel, Bert E. and Blanche F.
Wunschel, Earl Glen and Luella M.
Wunschel, Earl Glenn
Wunschel, Nellis G. and Marie M.
Wunschel, Virgil Keith and family
Wunschel, Wendell G. (Pete) and Selma A.
Wunschel, William F. and Ruth R.
Zimmerman, B. Frank and Mary J.
Zimmerman, Charles C. and Arvilla M.
Zimmerman, Cynthia M.
Zimmerman, Daryl (Buddy)
Zimmerman, Donavon K.
Zimmerman, J. Ralph and G. Thelma
Zimmerman, Jacob W. and Ella M.
Zimmerman, Jay M. and Hazel F.
Zimmerman, John F.
Zimmerman, Lester C.
Zimmerman, Lowell
Zimmerman, M. Kathryn
Zimmerman, Malinda
Zimmerman, Milo and Eunice
Zimmerman, Myron and Faye M.
Zimmerman, Orville and Edith
Zimmerman, Owen
Zimmerman, Rodney E. and Doris V. Grossen
Zimmerman, unclear and family
Zimmerman, Victor O.
Zimmerman, Viola H.
Zimmerman, Walter and Sylvia T.
Zimmerman, William H.
Zittlow, Christina

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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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