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Kenosha County
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Green Ridge Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Labelle - Zwetsch

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Labelle, Shirley
Landane, Anna Blucher
Landane, Charles
Lane, Cornelius
Lapotko, Ksenia
Lasowski, Walter
Lassen, Shane
Lay, Jeremiah and family
Leach, belle Stevens
Lee, Elias and family
LePage, Thomas C.
Lettsome, Courtney Alan
Lihwitt, August H.
Lincoln, William L. and Ida M.
Lindas, Charles R.
Lindas, Maybelle
Lines, Anne B.
Lines, George
Llewellyn, Elberta
Llewellyn, Ethel Hall
Loetz, Robert C.
Lothrop, children (3)
Lothrop, Jason and Jane
Ludwig, Caroline Hartung
Ludwig, Jacob
Lugar, Mayme
Lugar, Ray A.
Lundberg, Margaret M.
Macswain, Charles
Macswain, Sarah
Magnanelli, Libero
Magsen, Sarah
Major, Marie E.
Makley, John N.
Makoveck, Ignatz and Janina
Makoveck, Paul
Maleivic, Frank
Males, Anna
Malinowski, John
Manthei, August and family
Marco, Regina Bauman and Marian Girard Larson
Mardoian, Arman K and T.
Marr, Robert P.
Marsh, Maria E.
Marshall, Ann
Martin, Angeline
Martine, L. Willard
Martine, Sarah E.
Marx, Elizabeth C.
Maschka, Frank J.
Maschka, Ida E.
Maschka, Opal T.
Massey, Robert G.
McAuley, Mary Ann
McCaffary, John
McClellan, Catherine
McClellan, Edward G.
McClellan, Sarah D.
McKay, Jane Johnson
McKean, Andrew and Eliza Ann
McLean, Frances
McNaughton, Fannie
McNeil, John and family
McVicar, Mary Ann
Meddaugh, Kirk M.
Mengo, John and Dorothy W.
Mentink, Beverly Annette
Mentink, Jacqueline Jean
Mentink, kenneth and Erma
Merchant, Abby H.
Meredith, Frances P.
Meredith, Jennie
Merrill, Margaret Ann Crobit
Michalec, John
Michalec, Louis
Mickeyvigius, Kazimeras
Mikhaluk, Nikifor
Mikutis, Vincent
Miller, C.
Miller, Mary J. Hosier
Miller, Rob Roy
Miller, Shawn C (picture)
Miller, Shawn C.
Miller, Walter
Minasian, Takouhie
Mitchell, James and Sarah
Mitchell, Sarah Louise
Mladjan, Mato
Modder, Arthur
Montemurro, Eva Rose
Montemurro, Thomas J..
Moore, Mary
Moore, Wm. H.
Morey, Ann F.
Morris, Abram and Mary A.
Mosher, Delbert J. and Cordelia K.
Moskopf, Amalie
Moskopf, Rudolph C.
Mostena, Elinor S.
Mostenan, Andrew Sr. and Mary
Moth, Mary
Moth, Wm.
Muarem, Alfred F.
Musselman, Clara Lee
Musser, Wm. O.
Navoichick, William F. and Lucile E. Yurevics
Nenetz, Anna
Newby, Alanson L. and Lucy M.
Nichols, Enos
Nichols, Thos. W.
Nicoll, David
Nicoll, Willie and Anna
Nikolic, Velibor and Polka
Niles, Clifford N.
Noering, Henry
Northway, Leon E. and Esther S.
Norton, Ellen B.
Nosalik, Jozef
Novagig, Mato
Novakovic, Dragoslav and family
Oberst, Edward J.
Oberst, Lucille A.
Obyrne, Ruth
Oliver, Emily
Oliviere, Pasquale
Olsen, Nicholas Edward
O'Mara, Bartley Sr. and Evelyn M.
Orlauskas, Frank
Ostrom, Oscar J. and Elenora
Ours, Frances D.
Outlaw, Sarah A.
Pataillot, George L. and Hannah E.
Paulsen, Carrie M.
Paulsen, Charles S.
Pavlica, Djuro
Peck, Rev. William
Peck, Susan E. Dana
Perry, infant
Petrone, Francesco
Pettit, sarah Dudley
Pettit, Sarah H.
Pfeiffer, John J. and Esther K.
Pfuller, Carl A.
Picazo, Michael H.
Pierce, Catherine A.
Pierce, David S.
Pierce, Mary Benedict
Pike, Charlotte L.
Pileski, Frank A. and Martha A.
Ploskee, Edith
Ploskee, Marguerite
Plunkett, Maurice L. and Mrytle E.
Polson, Axel
Pope, Steward and Lula
Porch, Phebe
Potter, unclear
Premac, Wencel and family
Prociuk, Sewerian
Pulsife, unclear
Quarles, Ann
Quarles, Augustus
Quarles, Charles (plaque)
Quarles, Francis
Quimby, Walter O.
Raasch, Ida Funk
Rasmussen, Virena C.
Revolution War Plaque 1
Revolution War Plaque 2
reynolds, Edna M.
Reynolds, Geo. W.
Reynolds, W. Delop
Richardsen, Henry
Richio, John and Lillian
Richmond, Beulah A. Wrigley
Richmond, Edward L. and family
Ricker, Carl F.
Riegsmann, Katherine
Risian, Julius
Robinson, Harry
Rode, Anna
Roepke, Julius O.
Rollins, Nancy
Roman, Lilia M. (picture)
Roman, Lilia M.
Rompesky, Frank A. and Frieda
Roskres, Aniela
Rounds, Edward
Rowe, Lynn M.
Ruebsamen, Ernst and Lina
Ruebsamen, Robert and Elly
Runge, Carl W.
Runge, William E.
Rutchik, Anna
Ryan, Jeannie
Samsoe, Christian and Anna S.
Sandiforth, Frances
Sandine, Carl A. and Phyllis J.
Sarkisian, Geragos
Sarzant, John S.
Satzek, Emanuil
Savatovic, Jovo and Anna
Schantek, Anna
Schantek, Valentine
Schile, J. Darcy
Schilling, Irving
Schilling, Lorene Ellen
Schmutz, Caroline K.
Schmutz, Charles H.
Scholtz, Edward P. and Jean M.
Schrahn, Charles
Schultz, Harold F. and Georganna
Schulze, Carl G.
Schulze, Olga W.
Scott, Marilyn Marie
Scoville, Earle and Georga
Scriber, Elliot M.
Seeberger, George and Minnie
Seliski, William
Serpe, hattie
Seymour, Asenath
Seymour, William
Seymour, Wm.
Shebet, Kostok
Shippee, Addie C.
Shippee, Llewellyn H.
Shotliff, Freddie
Shwaiko, George
Siefert, Bernard J. and Loni A.
Siefert, Bernhard Jr.
Siefert, Viola
Sigiliana, Olga
Simmons, Adelaide l.
Simmons, Carlyle Ezra
Singler, joseph J.
Singler, Lucy
Skeele, John Hand
Skinkle, Harry and Cora Sutherland
Skodachek, Charles and Mary
Skodachek, Paulina
Skow, Robert
Slovacek, Joseph
Smith, Catherine M.
Smith, Cornella H. Francis
Snyder, Harry Conant
Snyder, Mary Goodare
Sonnenberg, Robert Alan
Sprague, unclear
Stank, Arthur W. Sr. and Evelyn A.
Stanley, Caroline
Staude, Elmer A.
Stetson, Charles W. and Margaret C.
Stetson, Eliza
Stetson, Wm. A. and Jane Anderson
Stevens, Daniel
Stewart, R.
Stewart, unclear
Stoddard, H.
Stone, Maria Moore
Stone, Wm. and Carrie
Strom, John and Mathilda
Sucharda, John F. and Beatrice N.
Supitilow, Charles and Josephine
Sutherland, Mary E. Head
Sutherland, Ralph Erskine
Sutliff, John R.
Swasey, Hetta M.
Sykes, Daniel and wife
Szafranski, John and Vera
Szikil, William and Lucy Ann
Szymanski, Apolanary J.
Szymanski, Stanley
Taleronik, Agnes
Tamosiunos, George
Taracek, June
Taube, Harvey R. and Laverene E.
Taube, James O.
Tefft, Frances P. Ames
Templeman, Harvey
Terwall, John H.
Thomas, Myrtle
Thome, Antone
Thome, Mary Ann
Thompson, Faye
Thonvig, Thorwald J.
Tilley, Caroline Holderness
Timme, Cecil
Tolck, Carl
Toliarenok, Stephen
Torosian, John
Towsley, Andrew J.
Turner, Joan
Uhlich, Paul
Urbonas, Charles
Ustinovich, Max
Utter, Melissa A.
Vaccarello, Angelo and Lucille E.
Vaccarello, Vincent J. and Mildred
Van Der Wee, Josephine and Theresa
Van Hazinga, Rose
Van Strien, Abraham and Gertrude
Van Wormer, Bernard Peter
Van Wormer, Irene G. Higgins
Vanarsdale, Catherine
Vanbendegom, Fern D.
VanStrien, Robert
Vaselopulos, Alex K.
Vaselopulos, Julia A.
Vaskrsich, Stanko
Vernezzi, Jean
Vernezzi, Rene O.
Villalobo, Hazel C.
Vite, Douglas V. and Yoshiko
Vite, Lester E. and Adline
Vrhovnik, John
Vrodman, A.
Vujovic, Dragoljub and Branka
Walker, Henry
Walker, T.
Watson, Gerald E. and Bernice D.
Webb, Mrs. Eliza
Wedeikis, Mary (picture on stone)
Wedeikis, Mary
Wegner, Chester
Wegner, Walter W.
Weig, George E.
Wendor, Clarence L.
Wente, Robert H. and Emogene L.
Wheeler, Jerome B. and Kate Deming
Wheeling, Arthur Dana and Anna Holt
White, Charles B.
White, Dan
White, Isabelle Van Der Wee
White, Lydia B.
Whitmore, Dr. L.
Wichtman, Frank E.
Wichtman, Sarah Jane
Wieske, Fred and Amelia
Wightman, Clara M.
Wilcox, Charles F.
Wilder, P.W.
Wilder, Warren T.
Winsor, Hannah Green
Winsor, Richard Barney
Winsor, unclear
Winum, Lillian C.
Withey, Thomas A. and Alma F.
Wojcehowicz, Josephine Nosalik
Wons, Theodozia
Wood, Clarence E.
Wood, Julia Marsh
Wood, Peter Henry
Woodruff, Edwin W.
Woodruff, Hobart C.
Workman, James L.
Worth, Henry C.
Worth, Hester A.
Wright, James
Wright, Sophia Stevens
Wrigley, Walter and family
Yance, Everett J. and Myrtle
Yance, Harry L.
Yance, Marion E.
Yankevicz, Peter
Young, Axel F. and Anna D.
Young, Frank D.
Young, Norman F.
Yule, George
Yule, Katherine
Yung, Charles and family
Yung, Laura
Yurevics, Anton and Valerie and Navoichick, Michael W.
Zade, Jenny
Zade, Otto G.
Zalatuka, John
Zawacki, Victor and Mary
Zdravkovic, Stojan (picture)
Zdravkovic, Stojan
Zeck, Kimberly Stephanie
Zelienka, Martin and Zuzanna
Zerk, Adele
Zerk, Oscar
Ziesemer, Max F. and CeCelia W.
Zimani, John and Anna
Zimani, Nicholas M.
Zuggo, Margarete
Zwetsch, Wilhelm and Ida

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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.

This page was last updated 20 November 2012