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Kenosha County
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Salem Mound Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

La Meer - Zuhde

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La Meer, Walter
LaBanow, Walter and Lorraine S.
Lace, Larry J. and Tamara
Ladd, Elmer C. and Evelyn M.
LaFayette, Albert W.
Lake, Charles A.
Lake, Charles Curtiss
Lake, Wayne C.
Lamb, Hosie L.
LaMeer, Carol J.
LaMeer, Don L. and Marjory J.
LaMeer, Harry B.
LaMeer, Joseph and Winifred
LaMeer, Lee and Minnie
LaMeer, Raymond and Flora
LaMeer, Ronnie E.
LaMeer, Sheldon E.
Land, J. Jay and Ruby Hartnell
Lasco, Albert J. and Gertrude M.
Lasco, Thaine E. and Lois L.
Lee, Forest and Grace
Lehrman, Mary
Lemke, Edward and Betty
Leonard, Charles F.
Linn, Robert M. and Brian K.
Litzenberger, James P.
Litzenberger, Mildred E.
Loth, Clarence L. and Edith A.
Loth, Ernest and Anna E.
Lundquist, Ruben
Mace, Rose
Mace, William
Macey, Thomas
Madaus, Fred and Caroline
Madden, Frank and Pearl
Mahoney, Adeline Crane
Maleski, Frank F.
Maleski, Jacob and Wilhelmina
Maleski, Joseph H.
Maleski, William F.
Mallinder, unclear Ellen
Malone, Christine Seitz
Maloney, John Patrick
Manthei, Harold and Lillias
Marshall, Harry L.
Martin, Sarah E.
Matezevich, Randy Lee
Matson, John Robert
McClellan, Martha S.
McClellen, Charles W.
McKinney, Roy E. and Iona J.
McLafferty, Jack C.
McManus, Floyd E.
McManus, Harmon and Dora M.
McTigue, Joseph M.
Meckleburg, Eloise
Meckleburg, Henry J.
Meinen, Ron
Meyers, Albert and Marie
Michels, Wilma M.
Mikkelsen, Mette
Miller, Conrad
Miller, Donald
Miller, Elmer and Ruth
Miller, Laura L.
Miller, Louis B. and Ella E.
Miller, Peter
Miller, unclear female
Milz, Waltraude and Frank J.
Miner, Clapp and Sabrina Wyman
Minnis, Grant E. and Gertrude E.
Minnis, James
Minnis, Jane Grozette
Minnis, Leslie and Annie
Minnis, Lucia D.
Mirocko, John and Margaret
Mitchell, Edith F.
Mitchell, Estella
Mitchell, Mapion L.
Mitchell, Mayme
Moats, John W.
Molay, Leslie G. and Mary
Mollers, Gertrude P.
Morgan, Timothy M.
Muller, Elizabeth
Murdoch, Archibold N. and Lillian
Murdoch, Florence M.
Mutter, Olive A.
Neal, Bert and Hazel M.
Neau, Leon N.
Nelson, Clarence A. and Margaret A.
Newbury, Edwin
Nietschmann, Ray B. and Elaine M.
Null, Marge
O'Brien, Charles M.
Olander, Andrew and Kathryn Pflueger
Oldner, Amy H. Kugelman
Oliver, Frieda S.
Olnhausen, Shirley
Oswald, Friedrich and Anna
Page, Donald Ray
Page, Robert David
Paulson, Minnie P.
Paulson, William
Pearce, Herman A. and Dorothy L.
Pease, Allen (broken stone)
Pease, Hannah
Pease, Mary J. Deuel
Peck, Anthony V.
Peebles, James H.
Pegoraro, Joseph and Marie
Petersen, Gerner
Petersen, Marie Besch
Peterson, Robert Sr.
Peterson, Roy C. and Ethel L.
Pflueger, Charles F. and family
Pflueger, Donald C.
Pierce, Arthur L. and Luther A.
Pierce, Fredericka
Pierce, George
Piller, Margarita
Piller, Peter
Plotke, Leo T. and Lottie C.
Plunkett, William A, and Florence L.
Pravler, Douglas L.
Price, Robert
Pritchard, Barry F.
Pritchard, Francis D.
Proost, Henry
Prosser, David J. and Mary E.
Prosser, Edna and Willie
Prosser, Floyd E. and Milla D.
Prosser, John
Prosser, Roger and Harriett
Prosser, unclear and Winniefred
Prosser, W. Lincoln and family
Puckett, Norma Galloway
Putz, Richard and Ida
Ramthun, August
Ramthun, B.
Reeg, Amelia
Reeg, William
Reeves, Martha
Reichwein, Herbert J.
Remer, Roy E. and Adeline E.
Renje, John J. and Beverly J.
Renje, Scott Steven
Richards, Carl and A.
Richards, Carl and Augusta
Richards, Frederick W. and Florence M.
Riggs, Ann E.
Riggs, George F. and Rose M.
Riggs, Orville and Doris E.
Romie, Carolyn
Root, Guy Preston
Root, H. and Mary J.
Rosas, Carmen Dalia Iniguez
Rudolph, Alvina
Rudolph, Amos C. and Anna M.
Rudolph, Bertha
Rudolph, Charles and Amanda
Rudolph, Stanley S.
Rudolph, William
Runkel, Fred and family
Ryan, Philip and Alice
Salem Mound Cemetery Sign
Sanborn, Emma and Clark Mutter
Sandee, Pearl
Sauper, Frank S.
Scaggs, Charles and Margaret M.
Schaar, Hans M. and Elisabeth A.
Schaar, Paul V. and Alma A.
Scheck, Cyril Vernon
Schenning, Albert
Schenning, Bert W. and Florence E.
Schenning, Charles W.
Schenning, Eldon E.
Schenning, Elsie A.
Schenning, Fred and Charlotte
Schenning, Frederick H. and Eliza L.
Schenning, Helen E.
Schenning, Helen L.
Schenning, Hubert W.
Schenning, Margaret E.
Schenning, Mary
Schenning, Milton O. and Marilyn J.
Schenning, Otto C. and Florence E.
Schenning, Wilhelmina C.
Schenning, William A.
Schenning, Wm. A.
Schmalfeldt, August
Schmalfeldt, Bertha
Schmalfeldt, Donald G. and Lila W.
Schmalfeldt, Emma
Schmalfeldt, Fred L.
Schmalfeldt, George and O.
Schmalfeldt, Hardy Delbert
Schmalfeldt, Harry E.
Schmalfeldt, John D.
Schonscheck, Arthur L. and Agnes M.
Schultz, Dorothea M.
Schultz, Emil
Schultz, Frank J. and Emma B.
Schultz, Frederick
Schultz, James A. Sr. and family
Schultz, James A. Sr.
Schultz, William and Bertha
Schultz, William and Lilly
Schwartz, Ernest J. and Anna M.
Schwartz, Fred and Sophia
Seckora, John and Mabel L.
Selby, Charles H.
Selby, Grace Ann
Sevey, Henry J.
Sevey, Henry
Sevey, Russell I.
Shawer, August and Herman
Shelton, Rory
Sherman, Charles S.
Sherman, Dema L.
Sherman, Elizabeth
Sherman, Grace P.
Sherman, Lewis
Sherman, Saab
Sherman, unclear female
Sherriff, William and family
Silvernail, Allie
Silvernail, Conrad
Silvernail, Elizabeth
Silvernail, Hannah G. and sons
Silvernail, Nancy
Silvernail, Ward and Mary
Simmons, Corinne and Lucille
Simonsen, Michael
Simonsen, Victor R.
Simonson, Frances
Smith, Edith S.
Smith, Florence P.
Smith, Floribell S.
Smith, Frank J.
Smith, Harvey
Smith, Ivan and Lydia
Smith, John and Margaret
Smith, Kenneth and Arnold
Smith, Nelson J. and family
Smith, Nelson J.
Smith, Peter
Smith, Roy and Eva
Smith, Roy Henry
Smith, unclear and Julia A.
Smith, Virgil L.
Smith, Zetta A.
Smithson, Hannah
Smithson, Joseph
Smithson, Thomas
Snyder, Gordon
Sorenson, Chris L.
Staehle, Charlotte
Staehle, Fred J. and Nina Belle
Staehle, Jack C. and Edna B.
Standt, Tena
Stephens, Elizabeth
Stephens, Frank G.
Stephens, Ida M.
Stephens, John
Stephens, William J.
Stephens, William
Steward, R.
Stocker, B.H. and Lucia
Stockwell, Agnes, K.
Stockwell, Ann
Stockwell, Augusta and Sophia
Stockwell, Carrie M.
Stockwell, Clayton Philip and Irene Dixon
Stockwell, George H.
Stockwell, George W.
Stockwell, Mildred V.
Stockwell, Philip K. and Emily M.
Stockwell, Stephen
Stockwell, Thomas
Stockwell, Verne P. and Hazel H.
Stokes, Bessie
Streckfuss, Ceceliad
Stulgin, Evelyn F.
Swarts, Amanda
Swarts, Frank W.
Swarts, Frank
Swatek, Audrey R.
Swatek, Grant J.
Swendsen, Carl A. and Lizette
Talbert, Eldon and Lorraine
Thomas, George C.
Thomas, Lina R.
Thomis, Joseph W.
Thornton, Beatrice L.
Thornton, Paul
Tierman, Floyd C.
Tierman, Floyd
Tilton, Dennis Clem
Trakas, Christ Gus
Truesdell, George W.
Tuelp, Mary L.
Tuelp, Philip Fred
Tures, Patsy Lou
Urban, Jerry C. and Marie E.
Van Alstine, Alice
Van Alstine, Newton
Van Der Zee, Beverly Ann
Van Halter, Theophiel
Van Kirk, Cloyd
Van Tongeren, Perry and Amelia
Van Wie, Alice E.
Van Wie, Dale David
Van Wie, Duane A. and Shirley M.
Van Wie, Edward and Melissa
Van Wie, Guernsy and Mary D.
Van Wie, Harriet E.
Van Wie, Israel D.
Van Wie, Mary and Josie
Van Wie, Maurice
Van Wie, Susan Marie
Viancio, Frank J. and Connie M.
Von Olnhausen, Florence
Von Olnhausen, William Sr.
Wagdner, Mary S.
Wagner, Harry W. and Mabel V.
Walburg, Henry
Walburg, Mary
Walby, Richard L. and Frances A.
Walldan, Victor J.
Walsh, Anna Marie
Warts, John S.
Warts, mary
Washtoak, Ray F. and Harriet R.
Watkins, Jessie
Watt, John H. and Adeline
Weaver, George D.
Weaver, Hiram and Helen N.
Weaver, Orphena A.
Wehr, Sophia
Weinke, unclear
West, Robert and Victoria S.
Wetter, Harold R.
Weyrauch, Isabelle Barhyte
White, Celia and unclear
White, S.
Wicks, Carrie Belle
Wicks, Carrie E.
Wicks, Darold E.
Wicks, Don A.
Wicks, Florence
Wicks, Frank B.
Wicks, George
Wicks, Katherine
Wicks, M. (female)
Wicks, Orrin Day and Irma M.
Wicks, Raymond
Wicks, William B.
Wilcox, Chester
Wilcox, Edwin and Lorena
Wilcox, Mabel
Wilcox, Ralph
Williams, Dr. Lawrence and Anna
Wilson, Fred L. and Margaret
Wilson, Lyle V. and Marie M.
Witt, Elsie
Witt, Josiah Franklin
Witt, Louise
Witt, Walter W.
Woodworth, Deidamia
Woodworth, E.
Woodworth, Freddie E.
Woodworth, H.
Wozniczka, John J.
Wozniczka, Lillian L.
Wright, Clarence edwin and Lucy Burritt
Yanke, Oscar and Esther
Yeager, Orville F.
Zachary, Joseph L. and Carol M. Dautel
Zellhofer, Gregory and Marie
Zuhde, Aug.
Zuhde, Augusta
Zuhde, Frank J. and Clara A.
Zuhde, Henrietta Borck
Zuhde, Herman F.
Zuhde, Herman
Zuhde, Minnie

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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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