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Maas, Clarence
Maas, John and Ida
Marquardt, A.
Marquardt, Albert
Marquardt, B.
Marquardt, Bertha
Marquardt, Emil
Marquardt, Herbert
Marquardt, Kurt
Marquqrdt, Minnie Schlegel
Maske, Albert and Louise
Maske, Carl and Louise
Maske, Herman and Emilie
Maske, K.
Maske, Otto
Maul, John F. and Anna M.
McBrayer, Jill Toler
McCauley, Anna
McCauley, George
McCauley, Paul R. and Pansy E.
Mehlendyke, Edythe A.
Meiser, Alvin R. and Ester B.
Memorial Poem
Memorial Stone
Menzel, Arthur and Adela
Meyer, Frank W. and Noretta E.
Miller, Henry and Mathilda
Miller, Raymond and Martha
Mintzlaff, Anita
Mintzlaff, Friedrich
Mintzlaff, John C.
Mintzlaff, Wilhelmine
Mintzlaff, William and Lillie
Miser, Johanna M.
Miske, Carl and Doris B.
Mitchel, Henry
Mitchel, Louise
Moegenburg, Allen
Moegenburg, Elsa
Moegenburg, Erna
Moegenburg, John
Moldenhauer, Alma and Edna
Moldenhauer, Emil and Wilhelmine
Mor, Charles John
Moser, Arthur and Pattie
Moser, John and Louise
Moser, Virgina
Mueller, Albert
Mueller, August
Mueller, Bertha
Mueller, Carl H.
Mueller, Edna
Mueller, Elfrieda A.
Mueller, Erwin
Mueller, Florence
Mueller, Friedericka
Mueller, H. Oliver
Mueller, Heinrich
Mueller, Herman and Bertha
Mueller, Julis
Mueller, Karolina
Mueller, Otto A. and Deline W.
Mueller, Otto A.
Mueller, Paul Gustav
Mueller, Ruben
Mueller, unclear
Mueller, Walter A. and Alice C.
Mueller, William and Delia
Mueller, William H. and Lenore J.
Mueller, William L. and Martha A.
Mundt, Ernst B.
Mundt, Rose Tews
Murlasits, Frank J. and Judith
Naeser, Arthur W.
Naulin, Louis
Naulin, Paul and Mary
Nelson, Clarence and Doris
Nelson, Elinore A.
Neve, C.W. (Mike)
Nieman, Arnold and Annie F.
Nieman, Charles J. and Minnie J.
Nieman, Howard R. and Phyllis R.
Niemann, Johann
Niemann, Sophia
Niesl, Gerald G. and Beverly
Nordwig, Maria
Norene, R.E. (Gene) and Dorothy A.
O'Conner, Erma
Oliva, Michael Phillip
Orlick, Anthony and Margaret
Orthloff, Albertine
Orthloff, Pauline
Ott, Edward W.
Ott, Jennifer Colleen
Pahl, Christioan
Pautz, Adelina Nordwig
Pautz, Arnold and Hilda
Pautz, Bertha
Pautz, Carl H.
Pautz, Johan
Pawloski, Felix V.
Peck, Kenneth
Peck, Stanley and Elma
Pergande, Anton
Pergande, Bertha
Pergande, Carl
Pergande, Carolina
Pergande, Heinrich
Pergande, Herbert
Pergande, John and family
Pergande, unclear and Florence
Pergande, Wallace F. and Lillian A.
Peters, Jay F.
Petzko, Edward J.
Philipps, Kenneth
Plagemann, Clarence and Irene
Plagemann, Mary S.
Pollow, Charles W.
Pollow, Clara J. Riebe
Pollow, Walter J.
Powers, Dale D. and Beatrice
Prest, Joan C.
Pump, Emma
Pump, Johanna C. D.
Pump, Wilhelmine
Purpora, William J. and Susaj V.
Quaas, Loren C. and Carol A.
Quevy, Arthur and Grace H.
Quevy, Arthur J.
Radke, Alwine
Radke, Anton and Alme
Radke, Frank E.
Radke, Franz A.
Radke, Fred E. and Florence
Radke, Herman and Elsie
Radke, Herman D.
Radtke, Edwin and Mathilda
Radtke, Wilhelm and Ida
Rahn, Henry and Helena
Rahn, Herbert
Rank, Ernestina and unclear
Rank, Oscar and Leona
Rank, Thruley and Lavern G.
Rapplod, Albert
Rappold, August and Alvina
Rausch, Elroy E. and Sally M.
Rausch, Ignatz J. and Marie A.
Rausch, Viola O.
Regulinski, Lillian
Reichl, family
Reinholtz, Gustav and Minnie
Reinholtz, Melvin C.
Rennicke, George and Augusta
Rettmann, Albert and Henrietta
Rettmann, William and Martha
Rettmann, William E.
Richardson, Robert H. and Shirley
Riebe, Arnold W. and Adela M.
Riebe, Audrey
Riebe, August
Riebe, Caroline
Riebe, Christine
Riebe, Edward and Norma
Riebe, Elva
Riebe, Emilie
Riebe, Ferdinand and Emma
Riebe, Ferdinand
Riebe, Friedrich
Riebe, Gustave and Anna
Riebe, Raymond and Ruth
Riesmeier, D.C. Albrecht
Riesmeyer, Anna
Rilling, Arthur and Agatha
Rilling, Arthur
Rintelmann, Donald
Rintelmann, Raymond and Myrtle
Rintelmann, Wilhelm D.W.
Ritterbusch, Adelia C.
Ritterbusch, Albert W. and Emma H.
Ritterbusch, Clara A.
Robel, Elroy O.
Robel, Jacob and Adeline
Robel, Leona
Roeglin, Elmer
Roeglin, Pearl and June harriet
Roeglin, Richard A. and Annie W.
Roerke, unclear and Clara M.
Roethel, Ella
Roethel, George and Mary
Rohr, Sophia
Rose, June Lohmeyer
Rosel, Elmer
Rosel, Ester
Ruegnitz, Carl
Ruegnitz, Charles
Ruegnitz, Wilhelmine
Ruelle, Crystal S.
Runft, Athur John
Runft, Michael David
Rusche, Fred D. and H. Lena C.
Ruzicka, Ronald R.
Sass, Tom and Gladys
Sauthger, Erwin
Sauthoff, Father
Sauthoff, Johanna
Sauthoff, Mother
Schaefer, Adam Michael
Schauble, Alfred H. and Loretta C.
Schauble, August and Mathilda
Schauble, Elmer M.
Schauble, Ronald D. and Jewel J.
Schemf, Meta
Schert, Arnold G. and Anna M.
Scheunemann, Therese
Schiller, Dorothy
Schiller, Gilbert C.
Schiller, Herman and Erna
Schiller, John H.
Schilz, Jerome H. and Viola A.
Schilz, Jerome Henry
Schlegel, Caroline
Schlegel, Friedrich
Schlegel, Magdalene
Schlegel, Phillip
Schleifer, Arthur
Schmeichel, Albert H.
Schmeichel, Alvina
Schmeichel, Clara W.
Schmeichel, Ernest
Schmeichel, Helena J.
Schmeichel, Henry A.
Schmidt, Elizabeth
Schmidt, Emil and Ella
Schmidt, Franklyn P. and Beatrice I.
Schmidt, Friedrich and Wilhelmine
Schmidt, Harry
Schmidt, Johann C.
Schmidt, John C.A.
Schmidt, Lizzie
Schmidt, Otto and Paula
Schmidt, Ramadina
Schmidt, unclear
Schmidt, Wilhelmine
Schneider, Joel and Betty Ann
Schnitzer, Mathias and family
Schoessow, Edward A. and Darlene M.
Schramm, Renee Rettig
Schroeder, Frank J. and Mary K.
Schuett, Jakob and Else
Schuette, Catharine M.
Schuette, Christ
Schuette, Johann
Schuette, Rosalina
Schuh, Alma
Schuh, Arno
Schultz, B.J.A.
Schultz, Baldwin and Ella
Schultz, Dorothea F.
Schultz, F.
Schultz, Herman and Alvina
Schultz, Mildred
Schultz, Otto and family
Schultz, Ray C. and Dorothy
Schultz, Richard H.
Seeger, Arthur W. and Mary
Seeger, Mathilda S.
Seeger, Wilhelm
Seegers, Auguste A.W.
Seegers, Auguste
Seegers, L.
Seegers, William C.
Seidler, Esther V. Rettmann
Seidler, William W.
Seifert, Elizabeth
Seifert, Henry
Seifert, LeRoy and Villa Mueller
Seifert, Oscar F.
Seifert, Selma
Sekas, Warren H. and Valeria L.
Sellew, Robert Hunt
Sherman, Hilda L.
Sievers, Fred and Adeline
Simonsen, Erika Helberg
Simonsen, M.A.
Smith, John L.
Sobkoviak, Sharon
Sorweid, John
Sorweid, William and family
Spiering, Alma
Spiering, Alvin H.
Spiering, Arnold H.
Spiering, August
Spiering, Bertha F.W.
Spiering, Charles and Augusta
Spiering, Clarnes A.
Spiering, Ernstine R.
Spiering, Fredrick C. and Frances
Spiering, Friedrich
Spiering, Herman and Catharine
Spiering, Pearl E.
Spiering, Ray A. and Lottie B.
Spiering, William and Marie
Staewen, Robert and Mary
Starr, Max
Steger, Anna
Steger, Frances M.
Sternke, Irma E.
Stoecker, Johann F. and Anna
Stoecker, William and Louise
Strandt, Ernst and Wilhelmine
Strassburger, Ernst Gottlieb
Strassburger, Frieda Maria
Strassburger, Rev. E.G.
Strege, Arlene F. Berndt
Strege, Bertha Fromm
Strege, Gustave P.
Stromlie, Oscar
Struck, Helen Bremer
Sudbrink, Alinda
Talledge, Charles E. and Evelyn L.
Talledge, Roy and Olga Spiering
Tank, Richard and Anna
Tank, Richard C.
Taves, Wesley F. Sr.
Tess, Elsie
Tetzlaff, Christine
Thiel, Edmund and Anna
Thiele, Gordon F.
Thiermann, Carl J. and Rosemary Depies
Thiermann, Cynthia M.
Thomas, Helen
Thompson, Florence
Thompto, Harry E. and Shirley A.
Tischer, unclear
Toft, Louis H.
Trapp, Beverly E.
Trapp, Elmer and Mabel
Trapp, Elmer
Treichel, Stacy Ann
Uhlig, Albert and Frieda
Uhlig, Carl and Minnie
Uhlig, Donald G. and Harriet E.
Uhlig, Ernestine
Uhlig, Herman and Irma
Uhlig, Herman
Uhlig, Irma and Lydia
Uhlig, Melvin and Katherine
Uhlig, Richard and Clara
Uhlig, Walter and Ruth
Vahsholtz, Alwine
Vahsholtz, Arthur
Vahsholtz, August and Augusta
Vahsholtz, Fred H.
Vahsholtz, Herbert F. and Joyce I.
Vahsholtz, Herbert R. and Esther
Vahsholtz, John and Alvine
Vahsholtz, Louis and Eleonore
Vahsholtz, Louis E. and Sylvia
Vahsholtz, Louis E.
Vahsholtz, Louis
Veloon, Christ and Leokadia
Videkovich, William M.
Vogel, Willie
Vogt, Michael
Voigt, William and Clara
Walters, C. Ray and Esther
Warkentine, Lillian Spiering
Webster, James B.
Wedig, Carol
Wedig, Erwin
Wedig, Paul and Emma
Wegmann, Adeline
Wegmann, Herny and Mary
Weidman, George J. Jr.
Weidman, Mathilda
Weidman, Myrtle M.
Weidmann, Johann
Weidmann, John H. and Alma E.
Weidmann, Oscar and Hermina
Weidmann, unclear
Weisnicht, William F. and Sophie
Wells, Barbara and Stephen
Wendt, August and Friedericke
Wendt, John
Wendtland, Harry H.
Whiteside, Donald R. and Diane
Wiechert, Henry and Ernestine
Wild, Gustave F.
Wilhelme, Carl and Frieda
Wilhelme, Henry C. and Amanda
Wilhelme, John
Wilhelmi, Anna
Wilhelmi, Augusta
Wilhelmi, Carl
Wilhelmi, Christine
Wilhelmi, Elonora
Wilhelmi, Henry
Windmill in cemetery
Wirth, Bernice I. Benz
Wirz-Aschenbrenner, family
Wolfgram, Carl
Wolfgram, Elmer and Helen
Wolfgram, Henry and Adela
Wolfgram, Maria
Wolfring, Martha Mueller
Wolft, Andreas and Elisabeth
Woltring, Elsie
Zahn, Raymond C.
Zaleski, unclear and C.
Zarling, Carl and Johanna
Zarling, John C. and Anna
Zemek, Rudy
Ziebart, Janet Mary
Zietlow, Ferdinand
Zietlow, Wilhelmina
Zimdars, Kenneth
Zwickey, Jacob G.
Zwickey, Leone 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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