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Salem Mound Cemetery
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Acker - Kugelman

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Acker, Eliza Mary
Allemand, Fred J. and Hazel M. Helgsen
Allen, Augusta
Allen, Blanche
Allen, Elden G.
Allen, Eugene
Allen, Janice Clark
Allen, Nathan S.
Allen, Ray N. and Laura
Allen, Russell B.
Allen, S. and unclear
Anderson, Margaret E.
Anderson, Stanley D. and Dororhy M.
Atkins, Jay R.
Axtell, Jessip and Olive
Axtell, Marilyn J.
Barnes, Arthur L.
Bartelson, Heather E.
Bassett, Adeline
Bassett, Volney L.
Baysinger, Fred A. and Clare F.
Baysinger, Fred J.
Beaumont, Carrie and Walter
Beaumont, Ray and Vivian
Beaumont, Walter T.
Becker, Bernard and family
Behnke, John F. and family
Benesh, Louis A.
Benson, Bennie L. and Ida B.
Berry, Gilbert E. and M.
Besch, Frederick and Sophia
Besch, William G. and Isabelle E.
Bird, James and Alice
Bistrick, Margaret O.
Blagg, Joseph Harrel
Blaha, Ruth Marie
Blalock, William
Bliss, James Fredrick
Blume, Henry and family
Bojesen, Michael S. and Rosemary B.
Bolton, Russell
Bostone, Tony and Martha
Boswell, Jacob Daniel
Boswell, Janel Marie
Bower, Andrew J. and Lois R.
Braden, Donald R.
Brandes, Charles W.
Brandes, male infant
Brandes, Sarah J.
Bresch, unclear
Briggs, Warren D.
Brook, Amelia
Brook, Ed. and Jesse
Brook, Edward
Brook, Hannah M.
Brook, Harriet A.
Brook, William
Brook, Wm. and Mary
Bruen, Tommy
Bull, David Scott
Bull, James L. and Patricia E.
Bull, James Lee
Bull, John Leslie
Bull, Leslie and Mildred
Burden, Freddie
Burges, Lathrop
Burgess, Nathan Maynard and Elizabeth A.
Burmester, Helen
Burritt, Daniel R. and Nellie C.
Burritt, Jenny C.
Buxton, John H.
Caldwell, Arthur Bert and Ruby
Caldwell, Arthur Bruce
Calzavara, Medo and Rose
Caputo, Beverly J.
Caputo, Louis and Naomi
Carr, Hawley C. and Eva M.
Carr, William D. and Darlene
Cason, Ruth Ann
Cemetery view 1
Chott, Florence D.
Cieslewicz, Stanley and Anna
Clark, Anna
Clark, Calvin and Judith
Clark, Charles W. and family
Clark, Charles
Clark, John
Clark, Mable and Maud
Clark, unclear female
Cogswell, Caroline and family
Cogswell, John and Caroline Dustin
Colby, Henry W. and Anna
Colby, M.
Colby, Mary
Colby, William H.
Coleman, children (3)
Cook, Anna
Cook, Clarence
Cook, Henry and Elizabeth M.
Cook, Henry W. and family
Cook, Lora B. Hartnell
Cook, Richard C.
Cook, William H.
Cornwell, A.D. and Cordelia
Cragg, Howard J.
Cragg, James and family
Cragg, Melvin
Crane, Byron C.
Crane, Walter R.
Csar, Edward and Johanna
Cull, Harriet, Maria
Cull, J.S. and Effie M.
Cull, William Sr.
Cull, William V. and Harriet
Cull, William V. Jr.
Dahl, Arnold C.
Dahl, Jenny H.
Danek, James and Dorothy W.
Danek, James
Daumen, Raymond and Virginia
Dayton, Duane S.
Deal, Winifred I.
Dean, Bert and Elsie E.
Dean, Charles W. and Emily S.
DeBell, John A. and Lena C.
DeBell, Kenneth E. and Caroline B.
DeBell, Lee
DeBell, Marinus and Cornelia
DeBell, Rose M.
DeBell, Stanley and Mary V.
DeBell, William O. and Anna S.
DeKind, Grace
Deuel, Irena B.
DeVuyst, Abraham
DeVuyst, Donald A.
DeVuyst, Ella M.
DeVuyst, Lyle A. and Gertrude Ebbesen
DeVuyst, Lyle A. and Gertude
Di Fiore, Louis L.
Dippe, Charles and Amelia
Dix, Gordon W. and Bertha R.
Dixon, Claude W.
Dixon, Daniel A.
Dixon, DeWitt T.
Dixon, Emma A.
Dixon, Frank and Mabel L.
Dixon, Louis W.
Dixon, Robbie
Dixon, Robert M.
Dixon, Wm. Merl
Drake, Claire and Mabel
Duckwitz, Paul F. and Della M.
Ebbesen, George and Marie
Eckert, Fred and Gwen M.
Eckert, Jeffrey P.
Eddy, Mary A.
Eddy, Mary L.
Eddy, Ozrow
Eddy, Ralph H.
Edwards, Ruth A.
Edwards, W.V.
Elfers, David G. and Erma M.
Ellis, Howard and Alma
Ellis, Tracy and Victoria
English, Donald
Enlow, Marion E.
Faber, Harry F. and Walter H.
Faber, Helen D.
Faber, Irene E.
Faber, Jacob C. and Millie E.
Faber, Jacob F. and Ruth C.
Faber, John and Ethel
Faber, Lyle
Faber, Robert and Janine
Faden, Henry and Sarah
Fay, Ida R.
Feldkamp, Arthur C. and Ruth
Feldkamp, Christopher G.
Feldkamp, Geo.
Feldkamp, George R.
Feldkamp, Kathryn A.
Feldkamp, Lester C. and Edna M.
Feldkamp, Tracy Lynn
Feldman, Otto H.
Feldmann, Ruth Sorensen
Felleti, Genevieve L.
Finch, Bessie L.
Firchow, Earl and Dorathea
Fish, Rachel I.
Flowers, Linda
Fobes, Francis and Eula
Forsman, James N.
Foster, Orlando J. and Frances J.
Frank, Charles A.
Frank, Fred W. and Anna H.
Frank, Harold
Frank, Henry S. and Enid E.
Frank, Richard
Frederking, Marion F. and Bernadine D.
Frick, Herman R. and Gertrude J.
Fulleylove, Arthur H. and Shirley Stausgaard
Fulleylove, Florence
Fulleylove, Thomas W.
Gabriel, Otto A.
Gabriel, Otto and Hattie
Galster, Frank
Garland, Edna
Gehrke, Sophie
Gerber, Elmer E.
Gettinson, Wm.
Gibbons, Gladys
Giles, George R.
Giles, Mildred M.
Giles, Raymond
Gill, Ray N. Jr.
Gill, Ray N. Sr.
Glad, Frances A.
Glassman, Arthur C.
Glasson, Thomas W. and Maxine A.
Glatz, Joseph
Grabarec, Dennis A.
Grabarec, Helen
Gresham, Edwin R. and Virginia M.
Griep, Albert
Griep, Johanna
Grosskopf, David L. and Helen L.
Grow, Agnes M.
Guentersberg, Paul
Haase, William and Frieda
Halladay, Annis R.
Halladay, leslie I. and Ivie A.
Halladay, Nancy S.
Halladay, Sam A.
Halladay, unclear
Halladay, Willie and Adah
Harding, Mary Cull
Harding, Willis Cull
Harms, John W. and Esther G.
Harms, Lillian L.
Harms, Mary D.
Harms, William C.
Harrington, Jean E. Lodholz
Hartnell, Clara A.
Hartnell, Eliza Kerley
Hartnell, Elmer L.
Hartnell, Floyd J. and Dorothy
Hartnell, Frank G.
Hartnell, infant
Hartnell, Miner B. and Effie E.
Hasselman, Charles and Hulda
Hasselman, Louis F. and Anna
Hawthorn, Bessie M.
Hawthorn, Richard M. and Clark
Hazelman, Charles J. and Adelaide E.
Hazlett, Mat William
Healey, Jane
Healy, Ruth D.
Heeg, William M. and Bessie
Heine, Gustaf and Ester
Held, Arthur H. and Dorothy L.
Helgesen, Walter T.
Hellier, C.
Hellier, Charles
Hellier, George and Frances
Henderson, Fred W.
Henderson, Michael T.
Herron, Arthur
Herron, Florence G.
Herron, Margaret
Hester, Arthur W. and Leona M.
Hevermann, Edward
Hillyer, Maria
Hinkhouse, Edward J. Sr. and Helen J.
Hoag, Julianna
Hoag, Raymond W.
Hockney, Chester and family
Hodge, Augusta M.
Holtdorf, Laura
Holtdorf, V.H. Chappie and Dorothy Dixon
Hornback, Gerald J. and Verna M.
Hornof, Alice F.
Hornof, Anton F.
Huff, David G.
Huff, Dorothy L.
Huntron, Ada J.
Hutchison, Gene and Paul
Ihlen, Hans Andreas
Iniguez, Austyn
Irving, Ralph and Cora E.
Irwin, Caroline Cogswell
Isbrandt, Clarence R.
Jackley, Norbert and Ruth
Jacobson, Norman W.
Janke, Clifford L. and LuLu W.
Jansen, Albert O. and Twila
Jarnigo, Aurelia C.
Jarnigo, Lawrence E.
Jayne, Georgia
Jensen, Chester
Jensen, Everett A.
Jewell, Arthur N. and Bernice T.
Johnson, Arthur H.
Johnson, Carolyn Marie
Johnson, Godfrey J. and Minnie M.
Johnson, Hans
Johnson, Harriett M.
Johnson, Howard
Johnson, Irma H.
Johnson, Julia M.
Johnson, Mary A.
Johnson, Ole
Johnson, William F.
Kammer, Herman and Gladys
Kaphengst, Charles J.
Kaphengst, Christine
Kaphengst, Elmer O. and Emma D.
Kaphengst, Otto and Louisa
Kaphengst, Richard
Kaphengst, William and Harriet E.
Kaphengst, William R. and Donna M.
Kasperek, John
Kasperek, Renee Beth
Kellum, George R.
Kellum, Thomas R. and Mary Dee
Kester, William E.
Kilgore, Albert and Jane
King, Miriam
Kirwan, Ruth A. and Lyda E. Roberts
Klazek, Joseph and Bernice
Klusmeyer, Cora M.
Klusmeyer, Wm. C.
Koehn, Alvina G.
Koehn, Louis C.
Koehn, Wilhelm C.
Kofoed, LeLand (Bud) and Ione E.
Kokoefer, Adolf and Hedy
Kordt, Louisa
Kracmer, Charles T. and Blanche L.
Kracmer, James F.
Kral, Joseph J. and Dorothy M.
Krienke, Bernice M.
Krienke, Reuben
Krosky, infant
Krosky, Stanley A. and Henrietta C.
Kubath, Fred and Edna
Kuffel, Alberta J.
Kugelman, Charles R.

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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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