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Garland, Charlotte
Garland, Harriet D
Garland, Richard
Gartner, Adam
Gartner, Adam and Bettsy
Gartner, Adam H. and Emma A
Gartner, Louis and Tena
Gay, Jane
Gay, Jas
Gear, Charles
Gear, Clara
Gear, Tom P and Margaret A
Gear, William
Geier, Christopher Robert
Geiwitz, Anna and Fred
Geiwitz, Edwin J.
Gerke, Allen W and Bernadine H
Gerke, Allen Willard
Gerke, Joseph
Gerletti, George A and Ruby B
Gilbertson, Christine
Gilbertson, Ernest C and Ruth M
Gilbertson, Gilbert
Gilbertson, Jimmie
Gilbertson, John
Gilbertson, John O. and Arleth M. Whistler
Gildermeister, Harold R and June I
Gilfillan, Milford I
Gilfillan, William and Helen S.
Gill, Mabel L
Gill, William R
Gillies, Andrew and Ann; Hensen, Henry and Susie
Gillies, Martha M
Gillies, William E
Gilster, Rosa and William
Gjestvang, Adolf M
Gjestvang, Anne K
Gjestvang, Hans L
Gjestvang, Leonard M
Gleason, Alice May
Gleason, Eugene P and Lula P
Glover, George A
Glover, Martha
Glover, Nellie
Gnadt, Louise C
Goff, Spencer S
Goldbeck, Carl A
Goldbeck, Laura
Gomoll, Albert
Gongoll, Vernon I., Mary B. and Nancy J
Gorder, Carl J. and Esther
Gorder, Minnie
Gorder, Peter
Gorder, Peter H
Gotlieb, Kletcka
Gould, Caroline
Gould, Endress
Goyette, Lotta, Irene and Dick
Graeff, Anna M. and Emma
Graeff, Carl
Graeff, Friedrich
Graeff, Marianna
Graeff, Marianna
Grams, Phyllis Belle Stevenson
Grandall, Douglas
Grandall, MarilynAnn
Granum, Norman and Hazel
Green, Abigail J
Green, Charlotte
Green, Henry H
Green, Ira Edgar
Green, James H
Green, John H and Louisa H
Green, Joshua P
Green, Sophie S
Green, Wilbur F
Groeneveldt, German
Groothoff, Ernestine
Groves, Lauren and Thelma
Groves, Lauren E
Gruen, Ella B
Gruen, Louis
Grunden, Riley Scott
Grunn, JohnL
Guenther, George and Alice
Gullikson, Edna
Gullikson, Gust
Gullikson, Harley, Ruth and Caryl
Gullikson, Robert
Gunderson, Isabelle
Gunderson, Otto G
Gunderson, Roy S and Gretchen Krueger
Gunn, Lydia B
Gust, William F
Haag, Donald D
Haag, Donald D and Donna Kay M Hodson
Haeby, Minne
Hagaman, Irene Naoma
Hagen, Henrietta
Haiby, Bernt
Hall, Charles G
Hall, James Eugene
Hall, Jennison
Hall, Unknown
Halseth, Emma and George L
Halseth, George L
Halverson, Julia
Halverson, Todd
Halvorson, Christopher
Halvorson, Elizabeth
Halvorson, Hilda
Hammond, Harry W.J.
Hammond, James L
Hammond, Jessie S
Hammond, Louisa F
Hammond, Millard A
Hammond, Reuben A
Hammond Family,  
Hanna, William and Martha
Hanrahan, Margaret M
Hansen, Larry Lee
Hansen, Melvin
Hansen, Walter A and Judith B
Hansmann, Carl F. and Christine
Hansmann, George F
Hanson, Betsy
Hanson, Betsy (1854}
Hanson, Carl H and Christine
Hanson, Carl P and Karen T
Hanson, Conrad and Ruth
Hanson, Gerald J and Darlene J
Hanson, Gertrude
Hanson, HansS
Hanson, Harley M and Ruth B
Hanson, Henriette
Hanson, Henry
Hanson, Hugh M
Hanson, Joyce
Hanson, Juline
Hanson, Mabel
Hanson, Pauline
Hanson, Peder
Hanson, Sarah
Hanson, Stanley I and Tillie M
Hanson, Syver and Goner
Harder, Stanley R
Hardie, Kenneth and Mabel [Back]
Hardie, Kenneth L and Mabel M
Hardiman, John K and Millicent
Hardiman, R. Kenneth
Harm, Jane Keizer
Harnisch, Blanche T
Harnisch, Charles Marlin
Harnisch, Elmer
Harnisch, Flora
Harnisch, Florence
Harnisch, James
Harnisch, Leslie E. and Margaret
Harnisch, Lila A
Harnisch, Thomas M. and Elizabeth
Harnish, Ervin
Harnish, Francis V
Harnish, Henry H
Harnish, Henry H {Military)
Harnish, James and Anna
Harnish, Leonard
Harper, Jesse W
Harrison, Alfred W
Harrison, Clara B. and Benona F
Harrison, Lena E
Harter, Edith F. and William J
Hartley, Father
Hartley, Geo H
Hartley, Mother
Hartley, William A., William T. and Sadie M.
Hass, Mary and Hugo
Hass, Reinhold T., Pauline and Henriette W.
Haug, Hanna and Oscar
Hauser, Charles E.
Hauser, Danny John
Hauser, Emma A.
Hauser, Gena B. and Sidney J.
Hauser, LeRoy
Hauser, Rudolph T
Hauser, William J
Hawkins, Avis M. and Homer H
Hayden, David
Hayden, Elbert J
Helgerson, Eva E
Hellem, Margaret
Hendrickson, H
Hendrickson, Hans and Antonette
Hendrickson, Harold J
Hendrickson, Peter and Bertha
Hermann, William E. and Cora G.
Herrmann, George P. and Violet M.
Herrmann, Sandra J
Hess, Albert and Alma I
Hess, Bessie C. and George W.
Hess, Floyd C.
Heyer, Douglas W.
Heyer, Mary M
Heyer, Willard and Evelyn
Hickey, Edward F
Hill, A. Herbert
Hill, Frances M
Hill, Ida
Hill, Otto C and Mary O
Hill Family,  
Himmel, Bertha L
Himmel, Emma
Himmel, JP
Himmel, Justina
Himmel, Louisa
Himmel, Pvt. J.P.
Hinitt, Baby Girl
Hinkley, Wm. W
Hinrichs, Ruth A. and Roy H
Hobbs, Nelson B. and Elvira S
Hodge, James H. and Sarah H
Hodge, Maude E
Hodge, William
Hodson, Gerald R and Florence L
Hoffman, Albert, Louise, Helen, Dorothy and Infant; Pralle, Harold
Hoffman, Anna Agnes
Hoffman, Bertha
Hoffman, Christiana
Hoffman, Emil Wm. and Sally Ann
Hoffman, Ernst
Hoffman, Esther M. and Arthur C
Hoffman, Max
Hoffman, William T. and Bernice A
Hoffmann, Bertha
Hoffmann, Christina
Hoffmann, Emelia and Juluis
Hoffmann, Florence G. and Ernest F
Hoffmann, Fred Fredericke
Hogue, Clarence H
Hogue, Emaline and Lycgursus
Hogue, Lue
Hogue, Walter M. and Elisa A.
Hohmann, Earl P and Jean E
Hohmann, Harold L
Hohmann, Harold L and Kathryn M
Hohmann, Roscoe E., Anna M., Doris Hohmann Briggs
Hohmann, Waldo
Holmes, Beulah M
Holmes, Beulah M
Holte, Gerald W
Holte, Gerald W and Barbara J
Holter, Carl J and Clara O
Holter, Lorrie E.
Holter, Patricia Y.
Holter, Sylvan A. and M. Lorayne
Holthaus, Caroline and Friedrich
Holthaus, Fred J. and Nellie L.
Holthaus, Friedrich and Anna
Holthaus, Henry
Holthaus, Margaret E
Holthaus, Mildetta
Holway, Cullen E
Holway, Estelle Loraine
Holway, Esther Jane
Holway, Lola A
Holway, Rodney Jones
Hom, Arthur B
Hom, Doris Mae and Peterson, Mae Hom
Hom, Eugene L and Rhoda K
Hom, Florence B
Hom, Guy H
Hom, Royal Clynton
Hoogenhouse, Jessie
Hoogenhouse, John
Hoogenhouse, Kathryn
Hoogenhouse, Willard
Horman, George W. and Calverna A
Horner, Bertha K
Hossfeld, Richard
Hougom, George Allen
Hougom, Gladys M
Hougom, Justin L
Hougom, Louis and Antonette
House, Edward J., Harry W. and Helen F
House, Lawrence
House, Mary
House, Otto L
House, Richard
Houser, Bertha T. and William C
Houser, George W
Houser, Martha S. and Henry L.
Houser, Mary
Houser, Theo and Sophia
Houser, Theodore
Houser, Theodore J
Houser, William C
Hovind, Bernhard
Hovind, Lillian
Howard, Ernest R and Vivian E
Hubbard, Calvin Jr and Edith M
Hubbard, Forrest and Helen
Hubbard, Mark and Gloria
Hubbard, Martha
Hubert, Archie B and Arvilla M
Huebbe, Eugenie Collins
Huecker, Esther D
Hughbanks, Emma M. and Delbert
Hutson, Grace May
Hyatt, Alta J
Hyatt, Amanda
Hyatt, George H
Hyatt, Mary
Iley, Gladys Moor
Inabit, Christian
Inabnet, Adolph
Ingalls, Minnie and James O
Jackson, Elmer E
Jackson, John
Jacobson, Morgan and Jean
Jaeger, Ruth C
Jahn, Albert C
Jahn, Gustava
Jahn, Wilhelm C
Janice, Ingalls
Jefferson, Jessie
Jeffords, Kenneth A and Janice A
Jerome, Almina
Jerome, Beatrice Ruth and George Melvin
Jerome, Charlotte
Jerome, Daniel A
Jerome, Ellen Staples
Jerome, George
Jerome, Stella E
John, Amodt
Johnson, Carl E.
Johnson, Carl Martin and Christina
Johnson, Charles E
Johnson, Delphine L. and William E
Johnson, Ellsworth T
Johnson, Elmer and Melva B
Johnson, Eva M. and Eugene S
Johnson, Even and Mary
Johnson, Glenn W. and Hugh R
Johnson, Hilda
Johnson, Holgia
Johnson, Ida A. and Herman L
Johnson, Ida P
Johnson, Infant
Johnson, James O., Lena, Olga amd James R
Johnson, Jay J
Johnson, Judith D. and Dennis L. Sr
Johnson, June G
Johnson, Kathryn E
Johnson, Kenneth P
Johnson, Kenneth R. and Corinne L
Johnson, Larry B
Johnson, Lillian M
Johnson, Lillian V and Hjalmer
Johnson, Lillie M
Johnson, Lyle T. and Mary E.
Johnson, M. Maude
Johnson, Margaret
Johnson, Martha A
Johnson, Mary
Johnson, Myer
Johnson, Nels Jorgen
Johnson, Ralph M
Johnson, Russell C
Johnson, Ruth J and Roy M
Johnson, Theodore H. and Emma M
Johnson, Thomas and Sarah
Johnson, Wilhelmina
Johnson, William E. Jr
Johnstone, William Greene
Jones, Charles Austin
Jones, Charles L
Jones, Mary J
Jones, Robert Leroy
Jones, Selma L. and Charles D
Jorstad, Bertina
Jorstad, Hans H. and Minnie O
Jorstad, Ingemar
Jorstad, Ingemar M
Jorstad, Jerome H. and Dorothy M
Jorstad, Myrtle O
Jorstad, Ole H
Jorstad, Patricia Love and Kenneth A
Jorstad, Peter
Jorstad, Ronald H

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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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