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Westfield East Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

These burial ground photos were generously taken and contributed to the Westfield East Cemetery pages by Larry and Linda Kopet! Please take a moment to thank them for this terrific cemetery resource. Use your browser back button to return to the main Westfield East Cemetery page. Please note that these generous contributions do not necessarily depict all the burials for a given cemetery. Photographs may not have been taken for every tombstone.

Abbott, Mary M.
Aldrich, Amasa G.
Aldrich, unclear
Arendsee, Ferdinand
Arendsee, Gustine
Arendsee, Otto C. and Augusta E.
Arendsee, Paul
Bailey, Stillman A.
Ball, Julia A.
Ball, S.D.
Barker, Julius
Barker, unclear
Bartz, Caroline F.
Bartz, Fred G.
Bartz, Fred W.
Bartz, unclear and Bertha A.
Basgalupe, Della Meinke
Beals, Darrell R. and Lila M.
Beck, Ella E. and Cyrena Mae
Behm, Aug.
Berndt, Edgar J.A.
Berndt, Harry H. and Gertrude
Berndt, Henry O. and Bernice M.
Bittelmann, Albert G. and Ella A.
Blank, Gladys L.
Blasing, Frederick
Blasing, Wilhelmine
Blodorn, Emilie
Blodorn, William
Bloedorn, Frank
Bloedorn, George G.
Bloedorn, William
Bono, Judith Ann
Bono, Louis
Booth, Ann Eliza
Booth, Jesse
Booth, Roxa B.
Booth, Walter B.
Borsack, Chester G.
Borsack, Paul H. and Vira J.
Bounton, Rev. Pickens
Bourgeois, Laura W.
Bowen, David
Bowen, Ruth
Boy, Charles and Augusta
Boynton, Abraham
Boynton, Martha
Bridgeman, Mary I. Stone
Brodtkorb, Evelyn Leona
Brose, Walter F. and Frieda L.
Brown, John S. and Zetta L.
Buchanan, Lester
Buchanan, Mamie
Buchanan, Ruth
Buchanan, William and Margaret
Burke, Jack and Mabel G.
Bursack, Emilie
Bursack, Ernest F.
Buttles, Mary A.
Buttles, Willis W.
Campbell, Annie L.
Chadek, Edward and Marian A.
Chaney, Andrew J.
Chaney, Asa S.
Chaney, Mary E.
Christiansen, Gail N.
Clark, Daniel Lee
Cochran, Nina R.
Cochrane, James and Mary
Collins, Harley
Collins, Lillian Vandry
Courtney, Arlyne Ann
Crane, Addie F. DeMott
Crane, Frank E.
Crawford, Charles H. and Helen L.
Crawford, J.
Crockett, Burr R. and Emma M.
Crowel, Ida M.
Crowel, unclear
Curtis, Charlotte
Dahlke, Dr. Lorraine
Daner, John
Daye, Erwin H. and Ruth A.
Dayton, Maud Cook
Dee, George and Laura
Dee, Marvin H
Delaney, Frederick James
Detert, Bertha
Detert, Elmer H.
Detert, Mathilda
Dewar, William and Mildred
Dobrinski, Fred and Augusta
Dreger, Marie L.
Drewitz, Arthur A.R.
Drewitz, Ernst
Duesterhoeft, Charles R. and Ella W.
Duley, Benjamin
Duley, female
Duley, Malvina
Duley, unclear female
Duley, unclear male
Duley, unclear
Elliott, Elsie
Eubank, Mary
Eubank, Thom.
Eubank, Thomas
Faivre, Roger A. and Alice L.
Floeter, C. Irene
Forbes, Florence E.
Forbes, Seloftus D.
Freck, Raymond A.
Fry, Lloyd
Fry, Martha E.
Fuller, Lois R.
Fuller, unclear
Fuller, William P.
Gedring, Amelia
Gramse, Walter W. and Edna A.
Grant, Larry W.
Gray, John and Marjorie E.
Groskreutz, Herman A. and Louise C.
Groskreutz, Kevin M.
Groskreutz, Marvin M. and Florence
Guderjahn, Clarence
Guderjahn, Henry A.
Guderjahn, Reinhart W. and Edith M.
Hallmann, Viola P. Becker
Hamilton, Charles Raymond
Hammond, Harold E.
Hammond, Zera B. and Ida B.
Hawkins, Bessie
Hawkins, Marilla J.
Heitke, unclear
Hettinger, unclear male
Hockerman, Lewis and LaVern
Hoen, Ronald E. and family
Hollaender, Heinrich
Hollender, Gustav and Augusta
Hubbard, Dorothy
Huebner, Charles and Emma
Huebner, Walter A. and Georgia M.
Ingraham, Lina V.
Ingraham, unclear and Annie
Janisch, Fred W.
Jaschek, Clarence A. and Adelia Della V.
Jaschek, male infant
Jirschele, E.G. (Chuck)
Johnson, Nancy J. Hamilton
Johnson, Thorsten Sr.
Jones, James K. and Sarah J.
Jost, August W.
Jost, William A.
Kafka, Anthony J. and Marion
Keller, female infant
Kendall, George W.
Kerst, Clarence A.
Kerst, Eddie A.
Kerst, Evelyn
Kerst, Gust A.
Kerst, Ivin A.
Kerst, Lena A.
Kietzmann, Gustav E. and family
King, Catherine
King, Charles E.
King, Eliza A.
King, Walter
Klingbeil, Augusta A.
Klingbeil, Frank and Anna
Knoch, Joseph John (Joey)
Koepcke, Harvey H. and Elsa P.
Kottie, Martha M.
Kottka, Edwrad Julius
Kottka, Henry A.L.
Krentz, August C.
Krentz, Edward A.
Krentz, F. William
Krentz, Herman W.
Krentz, Homer Raymond
Krentz, Irving and Edna O.
Krentz, Mary A.
Krentz, Matilda M.
Krentz, Rebekka W.G.
Kromrie, Clara E.
Kromrie, Henry G.
Krueger, Helen
Krueger, Mary
Krueger, Walter
Kruger, Augusta
Kruger, Ella D.
Kruger, Emil H.
Kruger, Ludwig and Ernstina
Kruger, Rachel R.
Kruger, William and Emma W.
Kvalvik, Albert and Minnie
Lackey, Charles P. and Edith C.
Lackey, Ernest
Lackey, Henry and Mercy A.
Lackey, Mary
Lackey, Philo
Langdon, David Edward Sr.
Lau, Julia
Lippert, Ernest W. and Minnie W.
Lippert, Julius E.
Lippert, Lloyd E. and Marilyn N.
Lippert, William
Lippoldt, H.
Lippoldt, Pauline
Lobby, Karren Collins
Mallory, Clara F.
Mallory, Flora F.
Mallory, R.D.
Marks, Robert A.
Marotz, Arnold R. and Esther E.
Marshall, Mary Jane
Maxwell, Melissa Kay
Maynard, Charles E.
McCarthy, Edna J.
McIntyre, Colin Charles picture
McIntyre, Colin Charles
McIntyre, Sean Brian picture
McIntyre, Sean Brian
McPhee, Joseph
Meinke, Anna Rosina
Meinke, Edna D.
Meinke, Howard M.
Meinke, Louise
Messersmith, Emma Adeline
Meyer, F.R. and Adolph
Mike, female infant
Miller, August
Miller, Auguste
Miller, Christian and Sophia C.D.
Miller, Della M.
Miller, Francis
Miller, G.
Miller, Julia
Miller, Lydia
Miller, Minnie
Mills, Elizabeth
Mills, Robert
Mittelsteadt, Gustave
Monsen, Maynard A. and Nilda F.
Mortenson, Andrew
Mortenson, Bertie
Mortenson, John Ole
Mussey, William and Emma L.
Norton, John R.
Norton, Joseph B.
Norton, Richard G. and Alpheus B.
Numsen, Wayne H.
Ogle, Stuart A. and Alma M.
Ohm, F.
Olin, Justin C.
O'Neil, Ida L. and Eliza A.
O'Neil, William
Ostricki, John A. and Helen
Otto, Henrietta
Pagel, Charlotte
Parrott, Wayne E.
Patrick, James Carlton
Peer, Debra Lee
Perkins, Lucille
Plath, August
Plath, Tena
Plath, unclear
Polacek, Jenny MacGregor
Polenske, Edward J. and Ethel A.
Polenske, Jean A.
Ponewczunski, Amelia Woldin
Ponewczynski, Mary C.
Ponewczynski, Theresa S. Leonard
Ponewczyski, Stanley H.
Pooch, John A.
Priepke, Wilhelm and Caroline
Puls, Karl
Quinn, Ann
Quinn, Elizabeth M.
Quinn, Ella M.
Quinn, Gordon J.
Quinn, Grace
Quinn, Isabel L.
Quinn, Joseph E.
Quinn, Stephen C.
Quinn, Stephen
Quinn, William W.
Quinn, William
Rathmann, Friedrich W. and Dorothea S.
Rempett, Margaret
Rempett, William Jr.
Rick, Ervin R. and Peggy
Rick, Richard C. and Lucy C.
Roeler, Elmer E.
Rosanke, Robert H. and Judy A.
Rosanke, Robert R.
Rosenbaum, unclear
Rowland, Irene Klingler
Rundlett, unclear and Martha
Russell, Cora
Russell, Frank J.
Rutar, Alice A.
Ryan, William A.
Sandow, Emil L.
Sandow, William F. and Mabel L.
Schaefer, Arthur B. and Adele M.
Schatzka, D.D.
Schatzka, Da Wayne I. and Doris E.
Schatzka, Frederick A.
Schatzka, Glenn F. and Madge
Schatzka, Ira and Jessie
Schatzka, William D.
Schatzke, Alvin A. and Ida E.
Scheible, Rev. Geo. and Lydia A.
Schelp, Rev. H.
Schewe, F.G.
Schlegel, Adelia
Schlegel, Christian
Schlegel, Oswald and Beno
Schlueter, Esther H.
Schluter, Alfred H.
Schluter, Lois M.
Schmaloski, Albert and Herman
Schmaloski, Friedrich and Emma
Schmaloski, Robert
Schmaloski, Wilhelmine
Schultz, Gustave H. and Alvina A.
Schultz, unclear
Schwark, Emelia M.
Schwark, Ernestine
Schwark, Fredrick J.
Schwark, Gusta H.
Schwark, Henry W. and Laura
Schwark, Ida
Schwark, Julius
Seir, Rally
Sharkey, Bernard E. and Bernita E.
Shultis, Keith Ray
Siefkes, Albert G. and Goldian
Slade, Luman and Roxa
Slagle, Jennie Edna
Sohn, Fred W. and Gerda T.
Sommerfeldt, Gottlieb and Amelie
Sonnenberg, Fredrick G.
Sonnenberg, Gordon F. and Caroline A.
Sonnenberg, Gordon F.
Springborn, Carl H. and Mary K.
Springborn, Ludwig
Squires, Genevieve Lippert
Stelter, Ottilia
Stewart, Charles H.
Stewart, John
Stiklakis, Albina S.
Stone, Austin
Strack, Emma E.
Strack, Martha M.
Sutfin, Mabel
Tanner, Sarah J.
Tassler, Ida A. and Onno D.
Taylor, Herbert A.
Thalacker, Rev. Leonard E. and family
Thurlow, Charles
Thurlow, M.
Tibbits, Minerva
Tonn, Fred E.
Vinz, Emelia L.
Vogel, Gerhart G. and Verna A.
Vroman, Maud F.
Vroman, Merrill C.
Wachholz, Edwin W. and Frieda A.
Wachholz, John A.
Waldo, Eliza B.
Waldo, Elizabeth M.
Waldo, John
Waldo, Lovina
Waldo, Orin
Waldo, Vern F. and Mary T.
Walsh, Amelia
Walsh, Beatrice
Walsh, Joseph
Wedderkop, Herman C.
Wedderkop, Margaret and Dena
Wilson, Violet
Winnie, Jerome J. and Geraldine C.
Wobschal, Albert H. and Alvina B.
Woldin, John Hoyt
Wolpert, Hazel
Wolpert, Otto G. and Dorothy H.
Wood, Susan
Wrase, Johan
Wuteska, Ross Alan
Yonnke, Gustave H. and Marie
Ziebell, Amiel A.
Ziebell, Carl
Zuelke, Julius and Pauline
Zuhlke, Emil A. and Anna C.

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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.

This page was last updated 20 November 2012