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Page, Earl and Ida
Page, Henry C Sr and Lois B
Page, Nilda M., Henry J and Fern D
Parsneau, Sharon Joan
Pedersen, Anna
Pederson, David W
Pederson, Doris Lillian
Pederson, Kaye Joanne
Pederson, Kermit M
Pederson, Peter O
Pennel, Charlotte and Arthur
Pennel, Donna Mae
Pertzsch, Bernice, Elizabeth and Walter Sr
Pertzsch, Myron W
Pertzsch, Rosina E. and Walter H
Peters, Leona M
Petersen, Margrethe C
Peterson, Abel and Sophia
Peterson, Alvin M and Mae R
Peterson, Anna S
Peterson, Elva T
Peterson, Evalyn
Peterson, George L
Peterson, Herman
Peterson, Irene C
Peterson, Jane E
Peterson, Julia E
Peterson, Lena
Peterson, Mabel T and Peter O
Peterson, Mary E
Peterson, Mathias and Ellen
Peterson, Mrs. A.B.
Peterson, Nels J
Peterson, Oscar E
Peterson, Pally
Peterson, Peter M
Peterson, Ruth Agnes
Peterson, Sigrid M
Peterson, Stanley G
Peterson, Sylvia A
Peterson, Tena
Peterson, Verna E
Peterson Family,  
Phelps, Anna D
Phelps, Frank I
Phelps, Lena
Phelps, Marie L
Phelps, Mary E
Phelps, Royce C
Phelps, Victory and Donald
Phelps, Whitcomb
Phelps Family,  
Pier, Harriet A
Pier, Mrs. Joseph
Pier, Oscar
Pierce, Mabel E
Pishaw, Ellen M and Willard Joseph
Pittenger, Edward L and Elsie M
Pittenger, Sarah and Peter
Pleger, Amalie
Pleger, C
Pleger, Conrad
Pollock, Margaret F
Poole, Nina Probette
Pooler, Clara Stoner
Pooler, Don Cameron
Pooler, Don Cameron
Pooler, Earl
Pooler, Edward C
Pooler, Esther
Pooler, Frank
Pooler, Frank E and Florence C
Pooler, George Jr
Pooler, Josephine
Pooler, Mabel B
Poss, Edward W
Poss, Marjorie V
Poss, Robert A
Poss, Robert A (Military)
Poss, Shirley Ann
Potts, Harry Benton
Powers, Elizabeth
Powers, Simon
Pralle, Albert W
Pralle, Alma R
Pralle, August Sr
Pralle, Frederick and Louise W
Pralle, Harry W and Lena F
Pralle, Herman C
Pralle, Ida E and August J
Pralle, John A
Pralle, Lena
Pralle, M.C.
Pralle, Pauline
Pralle, Theodore W
Price, Alma
Price, George J. and Doris E; Walworth, P.E
Price, Hazel M and Carl R
Price, James
Price, Robert A and Elaine
Prieur, CE
Prieur, George E
Prieur, Jackilyn Rose
Prieur, Mathilda E
Prieur, Robert G
Purinton, Thomas E
Putnam, Alden
Putnam, Ann E
Quall, Helen A and Borge V
Racicot, Joseph and Beverly
Rahn, Lula and Herman
Ramsey, Antonie E
Rand, Anna
Rand, Clara E
Rand, Elizabeth
Rand, Elizabeth
Rand, Henry M
Rand, Louise J and Luther J
Rand, Mary and Hartley
Rand, Mehatabel
Rand, Melissia
Rand, Willie
Rand, Winfred C
Rand, Wm H
Randall, Albert and Elizabeth
Randall, C.E.
Randall, Charles E., Marie and Linda L
Randall, David W
Randall, Eugene
Randall, Gladys I and Daniel E
Randall, Ida
Randall, Irene
Randall, Lucy E
Rash, Doris M
Rash, Leonard
Rattel, Beatrice B
Rattel, Ruth Mae
Rattle, Ralph I and Lucy M
Raymond, William E and Katherine
Reay, Edna H
Redmann, Adeline
Redmann, Edward A. and Erna L
Redmann, Gust F
Redmann, Hulda
Redmann, John
Redmann, William H
Redmann, William J
Reik, Adolph
Reik, Father
Reik, Fredrick G., Rebecca W., Raymond F., Adolph H. and Millard F
Reik, Millard
Reik, Mother
Remen, Nelvin Dick
Remen, Nelvin R
Renstrom, Margaret T and Hannah S
Renstrom, Norman
Renstrom, Wallace A
Retzlaff, Leo O and Lorraine J
Reysen, Clara M
Rhatigan, Steven D and Stephanie L
Rice, Eliza J
Rice, Leroy J
Rice, Pearl E
Richardson, Mamre, Asquire F., Elmer C. and Jasper
Ricker, Ester Elizabeth and H. F.
Ricker, H.F.
Ridgley, Rebecca
Riebe, August
Riebe, Clara
Riebe, Ernest W
Riebe, Fritz
Riebe, Martha
Riebe Family,  
Riek, Eunice, Martha and Charles
Riek, Helen M and Charles B
Riley, Alice E
Riley, Lois L
Rimmert, Jessie B and Maggie Slocum
Ristow, Fred
Ristow, Mina
Rittgers, Robert T
Roach, Louisa M
Roberts, Ronald Richard
Roberts, Ronald Richard [Back]
Robinson, John Paul
Roddle, Charles
Roddle, Charles W
Roddle, Charles William
Roddle, Helen Mildred
Roddle, Jean Adair
Roddle, John C
Roddle, John Peter
Roddle, Margaret S
Roddle, Sarah and Jarred
Roe, Emma
Roe, William H
Roellig, Archie, Margaret, Martha and George
Rogers, Charles M
Rogers, Charles M III
Rogers, Donna M
Ronnie, Nelvin H
Ronnie, Nora
Ronnie, Nora and Nelvin
Root, Baby
Root, Leola M and Guy W
Root, Mother
Root Family,  
Roskos, Luke and Gayle
Roskos, Luke F
Ross, Katie
Rubie, Alfred
Rubie, Belle
Rubie, Christian
Rubie, Frederick
Rubie, Katherine
Ruland, Bessie A
Ruland, Dolly Ann
Ruland, Frank J
Ruland, Lena
Ruland, Lorenzo Dow
Ruland, Melvin F
Russell, Amelia
Russell, Bird M
Russell, George
Russell, Hattie
Russell, James F and Hattie V
Russell, James O
Russell, Julia F
Russell, Luther W
Russell, Thelma
Ryan, Lawrence H and Helen M
Rye, Thomas H and Edna V
Sackmaster, Edwin H
Sagen, Edna T
Sagen, Leonard J
Sagen, Mary
Sagen, Syver N
Sanders, Ernest H and Helen D
Sanders, Joseph M
Sanders, Sidney R., Helen M. and Joseph M
Sanders, Sidney Robert
Sauer, Thrasa
Sawyer, Robert G. and Harriet E
Schaefer, Ann M. and Albert Abe
Schafer, Jessie M and William H
Schafer, Roy Band Edna F
Schafer, Roy Bernard
Schaller, Edna M
Schaller, Elizabeth
Schaller, Esther C
Schaller, Frank
Schaller, Frank J
Schaller, George
Schaller, John
Schaller, Lena
Schaller, Lydia
Schaller, Margaret
Schaller, Nicholas
Schaller, Raymond B
Schaller, Robert V., Kathryn R. and Vincent O
Schenck, Josephine
Schenk, Martin
Schilling, Agnes B and Harry W
Schilling, Charles W. and Virginia
Schilling, Edward
Schilling, Fred F
Schilling, Hulda M
Schilling, James L and Martha S
Schilling, John J
Schilling, L John and Alette
Schilling, Lena S
Schilling, Virginia
Schini, Isabella M. and Frank T
Schleusner, Alma
Schleusner, Fred W
Schlosser, Donald J
Schmidt, Carl
Schmidt, Emma M
Schmidt, Martha and William F
Schmidt, Mary and RogerW
Schmidt, Roger W
Schnick, Albert B
Schnick, August J
Schnick, Bertha
Schnick, Elmer E
Schnick, Walter W
Schrader, Jackie A
Schrader, Vance B and Mae E
Schroeder, Arthur and Bessie Mae
Schroeder, Fred
Schroeder, Katherine L
Schroeder, William F and Minnie F
Schroeder, William S
Schultz Grosser, Jacobina
Schulze, Arthur R
Schurz, Anna M and Wallace C
Schuttenhelm, Mary Beth
Schuttenhelm, Wilma
Seeburger, P
Seeburger, Phillip and Agnes
Semb, Henry M and Winnifred E
Semlar, Fredrick O and Joanne L
Senstad, Sigvard M., Selmar and Hilda C
Severson, Con C and Ann C
Severson, Cora Gjestvang
Severson, Ellen M
Severson, Harold J
Severson, James and Corinne
Severson, Judith Ann
Severson, Lillian E and Sidney C
Severson, Louis
Severson, Lovie
Severson, Minnie
Severson, Sam E., Lille S. and Mae O
Severson, Sigurd N
Severson, Stanley Jr
Severson, Violet Eldora
Seymour, Florence
Sheeley, Tillie Riek
Sheffeld, Susan Mae and Otto
Sherman, Anna
Sherman, Clarence H
Sherman, George D
Sherman, Henry W
Shettler, Martin H
Shimfessel, Edna M
Shove, Arthur
Shove, Clara E
Shove, Evelyn I and Benjamin S
Shove, H. Araminta and T. Burtis
Shove, Infant Daughter
Shove, Thos B
Showers, Ewart G
Showers, Lelia R
Showers, Lillian G
Showers, Lillie A
Showers, Madge P
Showers, Rae J and James G
Showers, Roderick I
Showers, William J
Shultz, George M
Shultz, Rose E
Sias, Floyde and Ben C
Silsby, Edna B
Silsby, Edwin S
Sison, Lizzie
Sisson, Fred M
Sjolander, Augusta E
Sjolander, Carl B
Sjolander, Carl B
Sjolander, J. Henry
Sjolander, L. Mabel
Skillman, Ben G
Skillman, Lora M
Skogen, Paul L and Jane E
Skoug, Harold
Skoug, Hazel D
Skoug, Kenneth LeRoy
Slocum, Frank
Slye, LeRoy H
Small, Edith G and John A
Small, Oscar H
Smith, Abner E and Emma
Smith, Alfred and Nelmer
Smith, Andrew E
Smith, Daniel
Smith, Daniel (Military)
Smith, Emma
Smith, Emma, Fred, Hiram P. and Metta
Smith, Freddie
Smith, H. Wallace and Jennie E
Smith, Harry D
Smith, Jane
Smith, Jessie and Cecil X
Smith, John R
Smith, Leroy E
Smith, Marva and Merrim
Smith, Olive H and Shirley
Smith, Rachel A
Smith, Samuel B. and Sarah H
Smith, Vera J and Ray F
Smith, Volkert V and Laura A
Smith, Volkert Veigh
Smith, Wallace H
Snow, Charles and Rhoda
Snow, Jno W
Snow, John W and Louise
Snyder, Noella Ella
Solberg, Rodney
Solberg, Rodney and Winnie
Sorenson, Johanna and Peter
Sowle, Mary L. Moulton
Spangler, Albert L and Elwilda
Spangler, Hazel Lois
Speropulos, Angela Christine
Spring, Anna Mathilda
Spring, Catherine
Staats, Garet I and Gary O
Staats, Levi B
Staats, Mila E
Staats, Roy F
Staff, Clara M and Ole M
Staff, Ethel P and Joseph B
Staff, Nelbert S. and Arleen M
Staff, Ronald
Stafslien, Christen and Mark
Stafslien, Roy M and Gladys E
Stanley, Angelia M
Stanley, Rush D
Staples, Laura A
Stark, Will, Anna, Margaret, Baltis and Lydia
Stellick, Alice E and Ralph
Stellpflug, Betty and Leland
Stellpflug, Leland H
Stenberg, John A
Stenberg, Sarah Jane
Stephan-Ness, Jannice D. Lemke
Stephansen, Georgine A
Stetzer, Lyle and Verna
Stevens, Hartshorn
Stevenson, Lulu Belle Bucklin
Stevenson, William Henry
Stevenson Family,  
Stewart, Charles A. and Bertha R
Stewart, Henry
Stewart, Lucinda
Stewart Family,  
Stickler, Della J
Stickler, Edward A
Stickler, Edward and Elizabeth
Stickler, Ida C
Stickler, Irvin E
Stickler, Melvin D
Stilts, Jessie E
Stollenwerk, Ferol
Stolsmark, Leonard, Gladys and Charlotte
Storandt, Andrew and Louise
Storey, Robert W
Story, Florence Lambert
Story, Joseph H
Stratman, Joel Robert
Strauss, Seena
Strittmater, Wallace L
Strittmater, Wallace L (Military)
Struck, Ernest and Lilah
Struck, Helmuth Buehring; and Otto and Louise
Struck, Otto W
Stuckey, Joan E Gongoll
Stuhr, Tressa C and John H
Sturgis, Carole M and Jim E C
Sutherland, Infant
Swanson, Mother and Father
Swartz, Bert
Swartz, Henry J
Swartz, Robert
Swennes, Emil M and Bertha M
Swennes, Ludwig M

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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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