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Waukesha County
(Town of Oconomowoc)
St Catherine's Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Agnew, Delos J. and Bessie M
Agnew, Donald P. and Alice E
Agnew, John
Agnew, John and Ellen
Agnew, unclear
Bacskai, Robert S
Ballman, Raymond W. and Helen T
Bartlett, Robert M. and Kathryn A
Bonney, John
Bonney, Mary
Bonney, Nellie
Bonnie, Bridget
Bowie, William
Bowie, Wm
Boyer, F. Clinton and Marie
Braatz, Edward C. and Patricia L
Bradly, Mary
Brierton, C. Robert and Mable E
Brierton, Joseph A. and Sarah J
Brierton, Leland
Brierton, unclear and Clara A
Brooks, Elmer W. and Frances A.
Butler, Mary
Byrnes, Dennis, Anna and Francis
Byrnes, Ellen
Byrnes, Francis and Annie
Byrnes, Henry
Byrnes, Henry and Mary
Byrnes, Henry and Peter
Byrnes, John
Byrnes, John Jr. and family
Byrnes, Mary
Byrnes, Thomas and Catherine
Byrnes, William and Elizabeth
Cafmeyer, Lewis and Catherine
Casper, Stephen III and Judith
Cassidy, James
Cassidy, Mary
Casucci, Mary Jean
Claude, Dr. John L. and Mary E
Coleman, Bridget
Coleman, James
Coleman, Mary
Collins, Christopher
Collins, Jolia A
Collins, Julia
Condon, Cecilia
Condon, Francis L. and Mary E
Condon, James and Rose
Connolly, John O. and Mary
Connor, Bernado
Connor, Bernard
Connor, Catherine
Connor, Elizabeth
Connor, Elizabeth and Ellen
Connor, Elizabeth Ennis
Connor, James and Bridget
Connor, Lucy
Connor, Michael
Connor, Thomas
Coombes, Jack M
Coombes, Jack Murray and Carole Ann
Cox, John
Cox, John and Lewis M.
Cox, Joseph A.
Cox, Katherine and Eva M. Nelson
Coxe, John and Mary
Coyle, Alexander
Coyle, Alexander
Coyle, Catharan
Coyle, Catherine Butler
Coyle, Jane Dugan
Coyle, Peter and family
Daily, Ann
Daley, Ambrose J
Daley, Beatrice M
Daley, Bridget
Daley, Cecil and Corinne
Daley, Elizabeth
Daley, Ellen
Daley, John and Emma
Daley, Kathryn
Daley, Philip
Daley, Philip C. and Catherine
Dalton, Edward and Catherine
Dalton, John E. and Mary J
Davy, Albert and Katharine R
Delaney, Rosy
Derby, George L. and Agnes l.
Derse, Anthony
Derse, Anthony
Derse, Eugene
Derse, Eugene L. and Clarissa A
Derse, James A. and Mary
Donnelly, James and Elizabeth
Donnelly, Mary J
Doolan, Elizabeth
Doolan, Father W
Doolan, Henry
Doolan, Henry M. and Theresa J
Doolan, Mary A
Doolan, Rebeca
Doolan, Sarah E
Doolan, W
Doolen, Lawrence D
Douglas, unclear
Duffy, Ambrose J.
Duffy, Anna
Duffy, Doris M
Duffy, Francis
Duffy, Harold and Eugene
Duffy, John and Mary
Duffy, John M.
Duffy, Michael and Elizabeth
Duffy, Millard J
Duffy, Solomon and Anna
Dunn, Augusta
Dunn, John Jr. and Ann
Dunn, John Sr
Dunn, Ona
Dunn, Sarah
Dunn, William
Ennis James
Ennis, James
Eustice, James
Farrah, Garnatt
Fay, Ann and unclear
Fay, Anna Coyle
Fay, Charles and Mary
Feehan, George
Feehan, Patrick
Fetzer, Frank J. and Theresa L.
Fitzgerald, James A. and Catherine
Fitzgerald, Patricia
Fitzgibbon, M
Fitzpatrick, Phillip
Flanagan, Bernard
Flanagan, Elizabeth
Flanagan, John
Flanagan, John (1)
Flanagan, Margaret
Flanagan, Mary
Flanagan, Mary and family
Flanagan, Michael and Mary
Flanagan, Peter
Flanagan, Peter and Alicia
Flanagan, Peter.
Flanagan, Terence
Fochs, Andrew Russell
Fochs, Angela Marie
Fochs, Elisabeth Marian
Fochs, Michael Howard
Fochs, Richard Leo
Foltz, Shane P
Forester, Deanna Maria
Foy, Thomas and Jane
Fulop, Frank J
Fulop, Frank J. and Marian R
Gagan, James
Gagan, Lawrence
Gagan, Lawrence-Mary-May
Gagan, Margaret
Gagan, Mary
Gagan, Patrick and Mary
Gainey, Ellen
Gessay, Robert A. and Karen A.
Gibes, Joanne M
Glass, Cornelius
Gorman, Henry and John
Gorman, Peter and James
Gould, Roberta J
Graf, Barry R
Graf, Barry R. and Karen A.
Graf, Fran
Graf, Timothy D
Graff, Norman J. and Anna C
Grier, Catherine Coleman
Grier, M
Griswold, John A
Gutschenritter, family
Hahn, Mathew A. and Elizabeth
Hanevey, Catherine
Hanley, Bridget and Hanora T
Hanley, Michael
Hanrahan, Daniel and Elizabeth
Hanrahan, Daniel J. and Elizabeth
Hanrahan, James and Catherine
Hartwick, Sandra M. Stubinsky
Haskin, Nancy Jean
Hasse, Dennis J.
Hays, Samuel and family
Heavron, Catharine
Heavron, Hugh
Heideman, Annette M.
Herman, Ardis K
Herman, Roger A
Hogan, Mary
Holahan, Nathan Davis
Houser, Kate
Houser, Mary A
Howie, Mary
Hugues, Edward
Ireland, Howard A. and Mary
Ireland, Howard W. Jr. and Margaret M
Ireland, Steven J. and Bonnie L
Jackson, Kaitlin M
Jaworski, Ervin A. and Margaret A
Johnson, Mary Maxine
Jungbluth, Ralph C
Kain, Mary
Kallenberger, Roy O
Kaul, Leonard W. and Helen M
Kaul, Michael G
Kay, Barbara A
Kay, Thomas J
Kearnan, Revd. P
Kearney, Ann
Kearney, E
Kearney, Hugh
Kearney, James
Kearney, John
Kearney, Mary Ann
Kearney, Patrick
Kearney, Peter
Kearney, Peter (1)
Kearns, Bartley and Ann
Kearns, Patrick
Kearns, Patrick.
Kelley, Edward and Ann
Kelley, Elizabeth
Kelley, Frank
Kelley, John and James
Kelley, John Jr. and Margaret
Kelley, John Sr. and Catharine
Kelley, Richard A. and Mary F.
Kelley, William and Edward
Kelly, Edward
Kelly, John Jr
Kelly, Martha J
Kelly, Richard A.
Kelly, Thomas
Kelly, Thomas..
Kelly, William H
Kenney, Ann
Kenney, female
Kenney, John
Kenney, John and Catherine
Kenney, Loretta
Kenney, Mary
Kenney, Mary.
Kenny, Margret and Michael
Kielich, Bernard P. and Cecelia C.
Kinczfogel, John F. and Rita J
Kiney, Patrick
Kinney, Patrick
Kinny, Ann
Kinny, Ann
Klingele, Landon Joseph
Klink, Elizabeth
Klink, John
Klink, Sylvester
Koehler, Blance M.
Koehler, Edward and Blanche M
Koehler, George J. and Ida Mae
Koehler, Godfrey and Clara
Koehler, unclear and Annie
Lake, George
Lord, John E. and Patricia R
Luedke, Randolph R
Luedke, Randy R. and Carole A
Madole, Alex
Magnus, Donald R. (Wimpy) and Grace A. Boyer
Malone, Dahl
Malone, Daniel
Malone, Frank
Malone, Raymond and Clair A
Marks, Lester and Marion
Martin, Alphonse and Barbara R
Martin, Michael
Martin, Thomas A
Mattano,Castenzio and Dorothy
McAleavey, Henry F. and Mary L
McAleavy, Bridget
McAleavy, Julia and Bridget
McAleavy, Michael
McCabe, John
McCann, Henry
McCormick, Catherine
McDowell, Staci Marie
McGeary, Edward and Catherine
McGeary, John and family
McGeary, Mary
McGeary, Patrick
McGee, Dennis
McGee, Dennis
McGee, Ellen
McGee, J.D
McGraugh, John
McMahon, Clarence and Margaret
McMahon, Daniel
McMahon, Daniel F. and Mary A
McMahon, Daniel J
McMahon, James
McMahon, Michael and Hannah
McMahon, Michael J
McNulty, Jane
McNulty, Martin
McNulty, Martin and Mary
Merten, Walter L. and Grace M
Miller, Arthur G
Miller, Francis J. and Molly A
Miller, George W. and Margaret J
Miller, James
Miller, James Arthur
Miller, James Arthur and Julia Hazel
Miller, John
Miller, John and Ottilia
Miller, Katherine
Miller, Mary S
Miller, Willard
Miller, William A. and Margaret G
Milner, Dean R.
Milner, John E.
Milner, Kathleen M.
Monaghan, Camillus J
Moore, Allan P. and Bridget
Morano, Bill
Muelberger, Alice T
Mueller, Arnold E. and Agnes C
Mueller, Oscar O. and Marvel I
Murphy, Anne C
Naramore, Richard and Kathleen
Naylor, Margariette Malone
Naylor, Rose A
Nelson, Mary
Neuman, Andrew
Newbecker, Esther M.
Newbecker, William R
Newman, Catherine
Nold, Daniel R. and Anna Marie
Nold, Edgar and Florence
Norton, John
Nugent, Edward and James
Nugent, John
Nugent, John
Nugent, Mary Rice and family
Nugent, unclear and Mary
O'Conner, William and Catharine
Olson, Alicia Davy
Olwell, Anna T
Olwell, John and Bridget
Olwell, Patrick Sr
Olwill, Jane
Olwill, Wm. James
O'Malia, Patrick and Bridget
O'Neiel, Edward T.
O'Neil, Francis L
O'Neil, John J. and Margaret J
O'Neil, Patrick
O'Neill, James and unclear
O'Neill, Patrick
Overman, Joseph S. and Marguerete R
Prindiville, James J
Quan, Richard
Raguse, Roger N. and Sandra
Rieck, Jerry H. and Patricia M
Riley, Francis T.
Riley, infant female
Riley, John and Leo
Riley, Margaret
Riley, Thomas and Elizabeth
Riley, unclear male (stone broken)
Rogan unclear
Rogan, Ellen
Rosandich, John and Alice I
Rosandich, Johnny C
Rossman, Jack W. and family
Rowe, A. H. and Elen M
Rowe, Alfred A. and Abbie E
Rowe, Elen
Rowe, Emma E
Rowe, George A
Rowe, Herbert C
Rowe, John L
Rowe, Leonard A. and Elsie A
Rudolf, Alexander
Rudolf, Alexander and Elizabeth
Rudolf, Anna
Rudolf, Anna (1)
Rudolf, John
Rudolf, Mary
Rudolf, Solomon
Ryan, Daniel
Ryan, Frances
Ryan, Margaret
Sadler, Mathew W. and Elizabeth M.
Sale, Esther
Shannon, Clare
Shannon, family
Shannon, James and Mary
Shannon, Michael J. and Ellen Condon
Shannon, Peter
Shannon, Thomas
Shea, James
Shea, Mathew and Catherine
Sheridan, James E. and Mary K
Shields, Catharine McMahon
Shult, Gregory J
Smith, John
Smith, Margaret
Stapleton, John F
Starke, Daryl F. and Jacqueline J
Stinson, Catherine
Stinson, Catherine
Stinson, Ja
Stinson, James
Stinson, Mary
Stinson, Mary
Stinson, Patrick
Stinson, Peter
Stubinsky, Raymond R. and Joyce M
Sylvan, Ronald and Mary
Todryk, William Roman
Travis, Chester J
Travis, Lillian M
Travis, William S. and Josephine
Tully, Martha
Tupper, Margaret Ellen (Peggy)
Vermillion, Colette M
Vermillion, Robert G. and Carol K
Wagner, Ray F. and Aileen
Wall, Margaret
Watterson, Edward
Watterson, Mabel
Watterson, Mary and Lucy
Watterson, Mary Jane
Weber, Anton andGertrude
Weber, Mary Jane
Weibel, Paul P. and Lillian P
Whelan, Ann
Whelan, Tho
Whelan, Thos
Wyrembek, Theodore and Julianna
Zogmann, Genevieve M.
Zogmann, Otto G

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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