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Kenosha County
(Wheatland Township)
St John's Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Amborn, Anton D. and Anna
Amborn, Augustus A.
Amborn, Carl A.
Amborn, Christina
Amborn, Clifford C. and LaVerne E.
Amborn, Daniel
Amborn, Dorathea and unclear
Amborn, Dorathea
Amborn, Edward
Amborn, Gertrude
Amborn, Gilbert B. and Evelyn E.
Amborn, Henry A.
Amborn, Johann W.
Amborn, Robert H.
Amborn, Robert
Amborn, unclear
Bank, Albert H. and Emma
Bank, Albert L. and unclear A.
Bank, Bertha and Anna
Bank, children
Bank, Ethel (infant)
Bank, Frederick and Henrietta
Bank, Karin J.
Bank, Leroy and Harold
Bank, Lynn C.
Bank, William and family
Banks, Alfred W.
Baumann, Carl and Caroline
Bosse, Henry A.C.
Bosse, Henry and Anna
Brandes, Philip and Alma
Brannaka, Christine
Breuer, Ferdinand
Brockman, Michael
Buck, Frederick W.
Buck, William and Clara
Bulgrin, Albert and Augusta
Bulgrin, Harry R.F.
Burmeister, Emil and Alma
Carlson, LuLu B.
Drilling, Agnes H.
Duberstine, Bertha D.
Duberstine, Edward H.
Duberstine, Elizabeth O.
Duberstine, Fred A.
Duberstine, unclear female
Emmerling, Mildred Stella
Emmerling, Milton O.
Fay, Walter J. and Anna B.
Fonk, Alvina Milatz
Fonk, Milton J.
Frahm, Louis and Emma
Frahm, unclear female
Frahn, female infant
Frahn, unclear
Freise, Frank W. and Caroline
Fries, Andreas and Christina
Fries, Andrew A. and Julia M.
Ganswindt, Adolph and Anna
Ganswindt, Frank and Florence
Ganswindt, Franz and Wilhelmine
Gebeke, Caroline J.
Gebeke, Friedericka
Gebeke, Henry
Gehring, Marie Hanke
Genens, Anna
Genens, Augusta G.
Genens, Chris
Genens, William F. and Minnie H.
Genens, William
Genenz, Wilhelmine
Getka, Alma
Getka, Arthur
Getka, Charles E. and Caroline F.
Getka, Charles W. and Minnie A.
Getka, E.
Getka, Elmer W. and Vesta G.
Getka, Elroy G.
Getka, Elroy
Getka, Fred and Alma
Getka, Fredrick
Getka, Maria
Gordon, Emanuel and Beatrice
Grenzel, Albert C. and Cora B.
Grenzel, John and Annie
Grenzel, Raymond A.
Hanke, Clara
Hanke, Eduard and Charlie
Hanke, Frank A. and Helen M.
Hanke, Hanna
Hanke, Lloyd F.
Hanke, William and Friedericka
Hanke, William
Heise, August F.
Himebauch, Gerald and Gertrude
Hlavacek, Carl H. and Lila E.
Hoefs, Bernhard A. and Wilhelmine M.
Jahns, Adolph and Elizabeth M.
Jahns, Anna Kirkhoff
Jahns, Ferdinand and Henrietia
Jahns, Ferdinand H.
Jahns, George W.
Jahns, Karl and Julia
Jahns, Raymond G.
Jahns, Sohne
Kaddatz, Carl H.
Kaddatz, Charles A. and Mary D.
Kaddatz, Christina
Kaddatz, Dorothea
Kaddatz, female infant
Kaddatz, Friedrich M.
Kaddatz, Henry and Ida
Kaddatz, Lawrence E.
Kaddatz, Milton E.
Kaddatz, Walter Henry and Joseph Henry
Kaddatz, Wilhelmina
Kaddatz, Wm.
Karos, LaVern and Bernice
Karow, August F.
Karow, Earl F.
Karow, Emma J.
Karow, Loren A.
Karow, Loren August
Karow, Roy J. and Mathilda H.
Katzenberger, Adolf F.
Katzenberger, Adolph
Katzenberger, Anna
Katzenberger, Bertha
Katzenberger, Elisabeth
Katzenberger, Emily
Katzenberger, Ida
Katzenberger, John
Katzenberger, Michael
Kessler, Elizabeth
Kessler, Harold and Mabel
Kessler, Herman C. and Augusta J.
Klabunde, Aaron W. and Caroline B.
Klabunde, William and Maria
Klaehn, Anna S.
Klaehn, Edith Neuman
Klaehn, Friederich and Maria
Klaehn, Gilbert
Klaehn, Jeannette
Klaehn, William and Anna
Koahnka, Frederick Lee ans Sandra Lee
Kohl, Anna
Kohl, Arvin
Kohl, Fred
Kohl, William and Anna W.
Kohls, Carolina
Kohls, William and Friedericke
Kordt, Fred
Kordt, Maria
Krueger, Christina J.
Krueger, Johann O.
Krueger, John A.
LaFollette, William H. and Minnie
LaFollette, William H.
Lemmerhirt, Fred
Lemmerhirt, Lynn
Lemmerhirt, Theodore and Helen
Lemmerhirt, Walter and Florence
Lemmerhist, Roy and Margaret
Lutheran Cemetery Sign
Madaus, Alice E.
Madaus, Christian F.J.
Madaus, Johann Rich.
Madaus, Lila M.
Madaus, Mary
Madaus, Otto and Hattie
Madaus, Roy J.
Madaus, Willard E.
Madsen, George and Mary
Madus, Alfred H.
Malzahn, Frank
Malzahn, Friedrich H.
Malzahn, Hulda
Malzahn, William K.
Mecklenburg, Edwin F. and Leona H.
Meyer, John R. and Elizabeth
Milatz, Anna Marie
Milatz, Elsie
Milatz, Frederick K.
Milatz, Jared
Milatz, Otto A. and Ruth V.
Moerschel, Walter H. and Emma A. Milatz
Morgan, Homer and Addia
Morrison, James L. and Arlene M.
Mulvey, Korin Mae (picture)
Mulvey, Korin Mae
Nesslar, Margaret E.
Neumann, August and Wilhelmine
Neumann, Elizabeth
Neumann, Friederich
Neumann, Norbert P.
Neumann, Norma
Neumann, Philip W. and Gertrude E.
Neumann, William O. and Minnie C.
Noesler, Frederica
Oldenburg, Wilhelmina
Oldenburg, William
Pagel, Frederick and Wilhelmina
Peterson, Eric A. and Clarice H.
Peterson, Erick
Pochnich, Elizabeth Anna and Caroline L.
Pochnich, Herman
Pochnich, John and Mary
Pochnich, John H. and Louise F.
Pretzman, Carl F.
Pretzman, Charles and family
Pretzman, Charlotte E.
Pretzman, Dorothy
Pretzman, Johann E.
Radeeg, Athur and Bertha
Radeeg, August
Radeeg, Augusta
Radeeg, Bertha
Radeeg, Emil A.
Radeeg, John and Ida
Radeeg, Mary E.
Radeeg, William
Raduenz, August and Lillie
Raduenz, Bertha
Raduenz, John
Raduenz, Mary
Raduenz, Wilhelm C.F.
Rasch, Anna Elizabeth
Rasch, Christian and Dorothy
Rasch, Emma
Rasch, Herman
Rasch, Johann Christian Daniel
Rasch, Margaret
Rasch, Maria Friederike Dorothee
Rasch, Mary J.
Rasch, unclear male
Rasch, William
Reglin, William and Anna
Richards, Lois S. Stohr
Robers, Leroy G.
Roeder, Dorathea
Roeder, Elisabeth
Roeder, Herman
Roeder, Wilhelm
Roepke, William F. and Anna S.
Rosenhauer, Hugo and Hilda
Rosenhauer, John S.
Rosenhauer, Julie
Rosenhauer, Milton G. and Edna E.
Rosenhauer, Oscar
Rosenhauer, unclear
Ruppert, Gustave and Mary R.
Ruppert, Gwendolyn J.
Ruppert, Harvey James
Sandberg, Fredrick and Emma
Sandberg, Louisa E. and family
Sandberg, Russell
Sanderson, Johnny D.
Sauer, Paul E. and Margaret
Schaal, Clifford and Evelyn
Schaal, Frank E. and Eva C.
Schaal, Otto A.
Schaal, Willis W.
Schladweiler, Barbara Jean
Schmidt, Adelbert O.
Schmidt, Armin
Schmidt, Frank F. and Emma C.
Schmidt, Friederich
Schmidt, Walter and Gladys
Schmidt, Wilhelmine
Schuette, George and Ida E.
Schuette, Rueben
Schulz, August and Laura
Schulz, Charlene M.
Schulz, Eldon W.
Schulz, Emilie
Schulz, Friedrich
Schulz, George F.
Schulz, Herman
Schulz, Minnie
Schulz, Ralph G.
Schulz, Ruby M.
Schwandt, Carl and Wilhelmine
Schwandt, Charles H.
Schwandt, Christine Amborn
Schwandt, Hattie Tesch
Schwandt, Paul and unclear
Schwanz, August and Bertha
Schwanz, Carl and Karoliene
Schwanz, Charles A. and Nettie A.
Schwanz, Herbert A. and Ida M.
Seitz, Cletus J.
Send, Charles A.
Send, Lewis A.
Seno, Herman and Lilly
Seno, Martha
Seno, William
Slater, Herman K. and Melitta C.
Smith, Frank and Mildred
Sommerfeldt, Frank
Sommerfeldt, male infant
Sommerfeldt, unclear female
Sommerfeldt, William and Mary
Spiegelhoff, William O. and Eleanor E.
Sprange, August
Sprange, unclear female
Staines, Arthur J.
Steffen, Annie
Steffen, Charley
Steffen, Claud W.
Steffen, F.
Steffen, Henry and Caroline
Steffen, Herman G. and Martha D.
Steffen, Homer R. and Oleta H.
Steffen, Joyce E.
Steffen, Julius H. and Emma A.
Steffen, Vivian M.
Steffen, Walter W. and Hilda N.
Steffen, Wilhelmina
Steffen, William and Eleanor
Stenzel, Herman
Stohr, Andrew
Stohr, Bernelda J.
Stohr, Charles L.
Stohr, Christian
Stohr, Elmer and Florence
Stohr, Emma
Tanring, Margaret
Tesch, Herbert W.
Tesch, Lydia L.
Thomas, Lorenzo and Dorothy M.
Tietel, Charles J. and Wilhelmina
Tietel, Ernst and Bertha Grenzel
Trapp, Minnie
Trapp, William and Emma
Trapp, William
Trieb, John
Virgil, Fred G. and Marie
Vogel, August
Vogel, Eleanor H.
Vogel, Heinrich S.
Vogel, Herman
Vogel, Martha
Vogel, Paul R. Oscar and Rose D. Helen
Vogel, Virgel
Vogel, William and Anna
Voight, Caroline C.
Voigt, William F.
Volbrecht, Carl
Volbrecht, Emma B.
Volbrecht, Lillie B.
Volbrecht, Marcy Jean and Wendy
Volbrecht, Robert W.
Volbrecht, Walter and Agnes
Vollbreckt, Caroline
Vollbreckt, unclear
Wedirauch, Anna Christiane
Weinstein, Robert A.
Weinstein, Ruth A.
Welch, Earl Sr.
Wells, Harold S. and Ruth A.
Weyrauch, Minnie
Weyrough, Anton
Weyrough, Christine
Wolff, Alfred
Wolff, Mildred J.
Wolff, Norbert
Wolff, Pastor Robert and Alma
Wolff, Robert
Wuttke, Ernestina
Wuttle, Ernestina
Wwyrough, Kunigunty
Zarnstorff, Donald G. and Ellen N.
Ziebel, Theodore A. and Edna A.
Ziebell, Amelia J.
Ziebell, Bertha M.
Ziebell, Charles
Ziebell, Christina L.
Ziebell, Gustav E. and Lillie D.
Ziebell, William and Florence
Ziebell, William C.
Ziebell, William
Zude, August
Zuhde, Johann

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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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