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Kenosha County
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Liberty Corners Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Albano, Harriett M.
Alvers, Charles S. and Caroline A.
Axtell, Glenn O.
Bailey, Alex
Bailey, Betsey L.
Bake, Lorence and Rose
Barber, Ada M.
Barber, Annie M.
Barber, Charles J.
Barber, Lella
Barber, Mary B.
Barhyte, Gilbert O.
Barhyte, Helen W.
Barhyte, J.V. and Mary
Barthel, William L. and Myrtle M.
Benedict, Addison J.
Benedict, Harriet L.
Benedict, Louisa Scott and infant
Benedict, Margaret M.
Benedict, Mary L.
Bilinski, Stanley W.
Bingham, Wallace W. and Minirva A.
Bischoff, Loreen L. Freitag
Blanchard, Emma
Blanchard, George E.
Blanchard, Henry and Emma
Blanchard, Roy N.
Blanke, Edward A. and Katherine
Bliss, Eliza
Blyberg, Jerome R.
Bolton, James and Hannah
Booth, Ann
Booth, Geo. H.
Booth, Geo.
Booth, Gertrude L.
Booth, L. and Mary Ann
Booth, Lathrop and Laura
Breit, Alfred P. and Julia R.
Breit, Arlo D. and Florence A.J.
Breit, Duane A.
Brown, Anna
Brown, Charles I.
Brown, Eliza
Brown, Fred H.
Brown, Harry I.
Brown, Henry T. and Susan K.
Brown, Ira D.
Brown, Isaac
Brown, Kenneth Eugene and Doris Brookman
Brown, unclear and Evaline
Brown, Zerah and Sarah Pearce
Buchanan, Eliza Brown
Buening, Arbutus
Buff, Charley and Therlsa
Bundy, Bubie E.
Bundy, Catherine
Bundy, Emma
Burritt, unclear
Bushing, Arthur Sr. and Helen Brown
Bushing, Freddie L.
Bushing, infant
Butrick, Horace and family
Carr, George Alfred
Cass, E. Edwina and Virginia
Cass, Norville Lewis
Chapman, Jane E.
Chapman, Robert
Cittins, E.G.
Cittins, Minnie
Colby, Levi and family
Cooley, Seth J. and Susan E.
Coon, Maretta
Cropper, John
Crowley, Abraham
Crowley, Ada H.
Crowley, Anna M.
Crowley, John N.
Crowley, Lottie E.
Curtiss, Charles and Mary
Davis, Zella Rea
De Ridder, Peter and Joyce L.
Decker, John H.
Deland, Belinda
Deland, E.
Deland, Julia A.
Devlin, Evelyn C.
Dibble, Arthur
Dibble, Lawrence Sylvester
Dibble, unclear and Susan Ann
Drom, A.T.
Drom, Anna
Drom, Benjamin O.
Drom, Charles E. and Emma B.
Drom, Charles Edgar
Drom, Dr. Robert E.
Drom, Dwight R.
Drom, F.A.
Drom, Grace M.
Drom, Jacob
Drom, Jamie
Drom, Louise
Drom, Mary A.
Drom, Rilla
Drom, Susan C.
Drom, Wallace E. and Maud E.
Edwards, Ausie A. and Donna M.
Elfers, Earl and Marguerite
Elmer, Eunice
Elmer, O.
Elwart, Harold and family
Elwart, Julius J. and Josephine H.
Emsley, Mary
Eugne, Mary Elizabeth
Evans, Edward
Evans, Kathrine
Farhar, J.T.
Farhar, Lucy T.
Farm, Ernest M.
Farm, Richard F. and Dorothea A.
Farm, William Ernest
Farrar, Geo.
Faulkner, Carrie L.
Faulkner, George W.
Fetter, Gertie
Fiedler, Ryan Richard
Flaschner, Beatrice F.
Flaschner, Charles H.
Fletcher, Donald Robert
Fletcher, William Ogden and Ruth Haikey
Fletcher, William T and Janet L.
Ford, Elizabeth
Ford, Frank L. and Dorothy I.
Ford, Lizzie J.
Ford, Minerva W. and Mary A.
Franz, Minnie E. and family
Franz, Thomas
Freitag, Frederick J.H. Jr.
Freitag, Frederick J.H.
Gallagher, John P.
Galliart, Florence
Garland, Carrie
Garland, Ellen
Garland, Frank
Garland, George F.
Garland, Hester G. and Sue N. Hawkingson
Garland, Ruth Alice
Garland, Susan L.
Garland, Thomas
Garland, Thos.
Gass, nancy N.
Geis, John G. and Alma L.
Gelstaup, Harold D.
Gier, Lowell C.
Grulich, Albert F. and Marjorie M.
Hahn, Frank A. and Katherine C.
Hahn, Richard J. and Nancy H. Dunkin
Haigh, Charles and family
Halberstadt, Cora
Hall, Maria F.
Halter, Judy A.
Hansen, Hans C.
Hansen, William H.
Harris, Sarah
Hart, William H.
Hartnell, John C. and Elizabeth
Hawkins, Fred and Jennie M.
Helms, Ira Palmer and family
Herman, Henry and Ada B.
Herman, James H. and Ethel M.
Higgins, Albert J. and Lillie R.
Higgins, Rollin L.
Hilleshiem, Susan louise
Hiserodt, John
Hisert, Glenna and Rose A.
Hiserudt, Egbert
Hiserudt, Margaret T.
Hollister, David and Electra
Hollister, Rev. Theron O. and Emily L.
Horton, David Joseph
Horton, unclear
Hoskins, Harvey and Eliza A.
Hoskins, Sumner
Houg, Elizabeth
Hoysradt, Dail O.W.
Imburgia, Joe R. and L. Louise
Jarnigo, Chas.
Jarnigo, Ida
Jarnigo, Kate
Jarnigo, Willie C.
Kancilja, Lawrence
Keith, Emmett L. and Lilly L.
Kennedy, Anna M.
Kennedy, Elbert A.
Kennedy, Leon E.
Kennicott, Elizabeth
Kennicott, John
Kimmey, Lorrine J.
Kimmey, Martha
King, Louis K. and Marie J.
Kingman, Florence A.
Kingman, Frank
Kingman, L.W. and Hannah L.
Kinicott, George W.
Kinrade, Fred and Emma
Kinrade, Mabel Blanke
Kinrade, Mae
Kinrade, Ralph
Krahn, August F. and Ida E.
Krahn, Julius O. and Julia A.
Kudsk, Warren G. and Katherine
Kuenhold, Patricia Rose
LaPisto, Herman E. and Irene E.
Larson, Minnie
Larson, Walter M.
Lease, Hannah
Lebangood, George Kurth
Lester, Clayton T. and Lela F.
Liberty Cemetery Sign
Libigs, Aleksandrs and Hedviga
Lightner, Caroline J.
Lightner, David
Lightner, Jessie M. Gelstrup
Lightner, Mary A.
Lindgrem, Harvey
Lindgren, Pearl M.
Lockwood, Chloe
Longman, Ann
Longman, George Edwin
Longman, John
Lubeno, Jerome D.
Lubkeman, August and Minnie
Lubkeman, Betty A.
Lubkeman, Henry A. and Anna S.
Lubkeman, James H. Sr. and Kathleen
Lunt, Julia
Manhart, Frank and Molly G.
Manhart, Theodore G. and Virginia K.
Mankowski, Carl G.
Manning, Elwyn T. and Emily
Mark, Andrew K. and Josephine
Mark, August K. and Rose
Marshall, Andrew and Ann
Matz, Max
Maynard, D.B. and Mary A.
Maynard, Dr. C.
McCormack, Frank K. and Anna E.
McGraw, T. Richard and Genevieve A.
McKinney, unclear and Pearl
McKoy, Calvin
McKoy, Samuel and Susan
McVey, James H. and Nora G.
Meierdirk, Arthur R.J. and Norma J.
Meierdirk, Gary
Mellor, Joseph
Mellor, Joshua
Mellor, Sarah
Merrimann, Dock Lee
Miller, Charles and Mary
Miller, Clarence E. and Louise E.
Miller, George and Mary
Mizzen, Caesar and Annie
Moloney, Frank F.
Montgomery, Chester T.
Montgomery, Glenn V.
Montgomery, James S.
Montgomery, Lillian M.
Moran, Frank F.
Motta, Leo A. and Elva M.
Munson, Cora E.
Munson, Johnie A.
Munson, Julia A.
Munson, Julia S.
Munson, unclear
Mutter, Aggie
Mutter, Henry N. and Mary A.
Mutter, John
Mutter, Peter Jr.
Nehrling, Bertha
Nelson, Nels M.
Nelson, Thomas W.
Newman, Melvin W. and Lrna L.
NieKamp, Richard H. and Verle M.
Noderer, Etta M.L.
Olszewski, George A. and Josephine M.
Orvis, Anna
Orvis, Charles W. and family
Orvis, John M.
Pacey, Glenn A. and Eloise A.
Palenske, Arthur A. and Edith Mae
Palmatier, Jerome A. and Frances A.
Parker, Joel R.
Patla, Rev. Patricia A.
Patla, Vincent and Sophia
Patla, Vincent J. Jr. and Jacquelyn W.
Patrick, George and Elizabeth
Patrick, John C.
Patrick, L.
Pearl, Mable
Penney, george and family
Perz, Michael E.
Petersen, Alex Eli and Elly V.
Peterson, Raymond
Petrowski, Stephen and Mary
Pierce, Milton A.
Pofahl, Carl
Pofahl, Erwin Louis
Pofahl, Fredericke
Pofahl, Ralph H. and Luella M.
Preston, Willard A. and family
Quoss, Herman and Lisie
Rea, Edith Hellen
Reagan, Harvey
Reagan, John
Reagan, Nancy Louise Bacon
Riggs, John C.
Riggs, Mary
Riggs, Ralph A.
Ripley, Samuel F.
Risch, August and Bertha
Rogers, Ralph Ray
Rolfe, Mary Button
Rompesky, John and Mabel
Runyard, Ambrose and family
Sabin, Amanda M.
Sabin, Charles P.
Scherf, William C. and Mary
Schonscheck, Anna
Schonscheck, Fred and Edna
Schonscheck, Herman
Schuelke, Julius A.
Schultz, Emeral A.
Schumaker, Ethel Getschman
Selleck, Ira and Eliza Benedict
Sheehan, Sarah M.
Sheen, Willis W.
Sheen, Wray Jay and Elsie Sophie Nielsen
Shkel, Michael
Sloma, Lawrence and Violet
Smith, Allen D.
Smith, Henry T.
Smith, unclear
Smith, W. and Ann L.
Solonen, Wilbert T. and Viola D.
Sonnenberg, John and Florence
Sorenson, Otillia Martin
Stern, Benedict and Gertrude Melchert
Struck, Casper
Struck, Catherine
Sutherland, Roberta G.
Taylor, family
Taylor, Luther G.
Taylor, William B. and Eunice
Thayer, unclear
Thomas, George W.
Thompson, Arieail H.
Thompson, G. Herbert
Thompson, M. Ella
Thorp, Herman S. and Emeline L.
Trumbull, Seph.
Tupanen, William G.
Turnock, Ann M.
Turnock, Charles A. and Lizzie C.
Turnock, Esther Violetta
Turnock, Florence
Turnock, James and family
Tuttle, John and Eliza Orvis
Udell, L.A. and family
Udell, Phebe A.
Udell, Thomas G. and Laura A.
Ulbrich, John and Louise
Van Alstine, Augustus
Van Alstine, James and Anna
Van Alstine, Jeannette
Van Alstine, Peter
Van Alstine, unclear
Van Liere, William M. and Jessie Garland
Van Osdel, Alice
Van Osdel, Catherine
Van Osdel, Frank C.
Vlach, Albert F. and Mary
Waddell, Donald E. and Frances L.
Warriner, Edna McVey
Watson, Henry and Julia
Watson, Margaret I.
Watson, Orson
Weindel, Nicholas and Cora L.
Wetherbee, Max and Helen
Weyrauch, Bert
Weyrauch, Emil
Wight, Edward and Elsie
Wilson, Lee L. and Betty
Wilton, Bruce
Wilton, Donald James
Wilton, Robert T. and Louise
Winn, Warren J. and Marian L.
Wisniewski, Ignatz
Wisniewski, Lottie
Yaw, Franklin and Catherine
Yeaw, Altonic and infant
Yeaw, Carrie B.
Yeaw, M.
Zamal, Joseph J.
Ziehm, Howard G.
Ziehm, Roland and Adele

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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