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Abbott - Dodd

Abbott, Charles E. and Sarah Jane
Abitz, August J. and Eleanor M
Adams, Robert and Alberta
Adams, Ann
Adams, Bernice Louise
Adams, Emory
Adams, Joseph
Adams, Sarah
Adams, William and Lina
Aeppler, Carl W.
Aeppler, Hazel M. Eymer
Aeppler, William E. (Bill)
Agen, Gerald and Susan C.
Ahrens, William and Lillian
Ahrens, William H. and Marian M.
Alberts, Roy E. and Jeanne L.
Alexander, James Knox
Allison, William
Allison, William and Audrey
Allix, Howard H.
Altmann, George and Anna
Anderegg, Robert and Louise A.
Anderson, Julia Hale
Anderson, Clarence E.
Anderson, Margaret O.
Andrews, George H. and Louise O.
Angel, Bernice R.
Angrick, Arthur
Annis, Celia
Annis, Chancey and Lydia Allen
Arland, Thomas
Armstrong, James N.
Armstrong, Kate S.
Arndt, Richard C. and Reta M.
Ashley, W. Henry and Helen R.
Atcheson, Herbert A.
Atkins, Elloitt C.
Atkins, Henrietta B.
Babinec, Beverly Weiler Nygaard
Backhaus, Alex A.
Backhaus, E. Helen
Bailey, James M.
Bailey, Julia A.
Bailey, Mary C.
Bailey, William E. and Margaret L.
Baker, Frances E.
Baker, Hannah
Baker, James W.
Baker, Jimmie
Baker, Lucina Loomis
Bakkom, Trygve Chris and Marcella E.
Baldwin, H. Parke and Myrtle J. Jacobs
Baldwin, Harriet
Bandomir, Walter Edward and Grace Lucy Jane
Bannow, Theodore J. and Eleanore M.
Baral, Bruce Alan
Barlow, Almon and Rosanna
Barnard, Edwin W.
Barnard, Edwin W. and Henrietta Smith
Barnard, Edwin W. Jr. and Emma J.
Barnard, H.
Barnard, Henrietta
Barnard, unclear
Barnes, Rodney D. and Rae Ann
Barnhart, Clifton and F. Ruby
Barnhart, Barbara Ann
Barnhart, Elsie
Barnhart, Owen
Barnhart, Roy P.
Barnhart, Sarah E.
Barnhart, Stanley
Barnhart, William S.
Barquist, Barbara
Barquist, Betty
Barquist, Vernon
Barr, Myrtle
Barr, Wallace
Barrett, Margaret M.
Barry, Fred F. and Clara L.
Barry, Leonard S. and Marian H.
Bartlett, August
Bartlett, Charles L. and Marie P.
Bartlett, Elva B.
Bartlett, Hattie
Bartlett, Howard
Bartlett, Roswell A. and Anna J.
Bauer, Edward H.
Bauer, Emil H. and Helen V.
Baumann, Charlotte
Baumann, Albert
Baxter, Orpha
Baxter, Andrew
Baxter, Charlie
Baxter, Dotey
Baxter, Harmon and Mary C.
Baxter, Harvey and Sallie
Baxter, Harvey J.
Baxter, Henry
Baxter, Marion
Baxter, Martha J.
Baxter, Ruth
Beak, August
Beak, Elizabeth
Beal, Byron E.
Bechler, Carl M.
Bechler, Charles J.
Bechler, Margaret I.
Becker, Edward C. and Mabel I.
Beedon, Catherine
Beguhn, Gordon R. and Esther M.
Behrend, Edna S.
Behrend, Edward
Beichlie, Ruth W.
Bell, Amalie
Bell, Hugh
Bell, Jennie E.
Bell, William
Bendfelt, Harry A. (Bud)
Bendfelt, Kathleen Ann
Bente, Charles
Bente, Edward and Amanda
Bente, Ellsworth and Frieda I.
Bente, Henry
Bente, Herman
Bente, Lloyd
Berend, George
Berg, Joseph N.
Best, Arthur J. and Constance V.
Best, John
Best, John and Elizabeth
Best, John and Margaret Sheler
Best, Margaret
Beverung, William C. and Virginia T.
Bidwell, Henrietta Ainsworth
Biedermann, William G. and Ethelwyn H.
Billings, Addison R. and Evelyn M.
Billings, Allen
Billings, Allen Leroy
Billings, Bunny
Billings, Chloe
Billings, Effie
Billings, Jennette
Billings, Lenny and Olive
Binder, Joseph C.
Binder, Joseph C. and family
Bings, Lloyd M. Sr.
Bings, Marshall J.
Bings, Meta F.
Bings, Sara C.
Binn, Mary L.
Birbaum, Joseph and Doris A.
Bither, Luella M.
Bither, Lydia P.
Bither, William A.
Bjorquist, John
Blanchard, Alvin D.
Blank, Eugene and Janice
Bleecker, Harriet Lee
Bleecker, James G.
Bleecker, Larry Lee
Bleifuss, Vernie O. and Grace E.
Bliss, Raymond Hobart and Gertrude M. Perkins
Bliss, Rodney Hobart
Bloch, Inez
Block, Elsie L.
Bloomer, Betty Jane Klinkert
Bloor, Lloyd Sr.
Bloor, Ada E. Hartwall
Bloor, Alfred H.
Bloor, Alfred O.
Bloor, Edwin J.
Bloor, Evelyn E.
Bloor, J.S. and M.A.
Bloor, Wesley F.
Bluemke, Charles and Bertha
Bock, Elsie E.
Bock, Walter F.
Bodecker, C. and Elenore
Boese, Alice U.
Bogle, Fred W.
Bogle, Hattie
Bogle, Lester
Bohrman, Margaret Eschrich
Bohrman, William and Agnes
Bolstad, Hanill D. and Wendy B.
Boomer, Arthur John
Boomer, Charlotte Stone
Boomer, Harold A.
Borges, Mildred B. (Bea)
Borges, Walter R.
Borowski, Anthony and Rosemary
Bostrom, Harold
Bouchard, Angie B.
Bouchard, George
Bouche, John R. and Joan C.
Boundey, George
Boundey, John
Boundey, Perlina
Boundey, William A.
Bourdo, Errol H.
Bowe, Arthur I.
Bowe, Helen D.
Bowe, Leon W. and Louise M.
Bowen, Elsie
Bower, Helen Cumming
Bower, unclear V.
Bowers, Mabel J.
Bowers, Sumner E. and Florice E.
Bowron, Arthur
Bowron, Eldora
Bowron, Frank
Bowron, Niles
Boye, Carl H. and Marie R.
Boyer, Charles F.
Boyer, Clinton T.
Boyer, Frank T. Morehouse and Cathrine
Boyer, John W. and Cathrine
Boyer, Lola E.
Braatz, Amelia
Braatz, August
Braatz, August A. and Martha E.
Braatz, Bertha
Braatz, Charles E.
Braatz, Charlotte
Braatz, Clarence A.
Braatz, Eddie H. and Bertha E.
Braatz, Emil
Braatz, Ernestine
Braatz, Henry J.
Braatz, Hilbert A. (Red) and Lucille M.
Braatz, Louis E. and Evelyn I.
Braatz, Miranda R.
Braatz, Philip L. and Dolores I.
Brakefield, T. and Mary Ward
Brakefield, Louisa
Brakefield, unclear male
Brandt, Albert
Brandt, Eva
Brandt, Roy
Braun, Carl A. and Myrian J.
Breckenfeld, Bruce Peter
Breen, Abram
Breen, Addie
Breen, Donald E.
Breen, Elizabeth
Breen, Mary F.
Breen, Paul
Breen, Paul E. and Dolores
Breen, unclear
Brennecke, Scotty Jay
Brenning, Edward and Dorothy
Bright, Adin and Lena
Bright, Robert and Louisa
Brimhall, Gerald C. and Lucille
Bringe, William P. and Elizabeth P.
Brinkmann, William E.
Brinkmann, William E. Jr. and Sharon A. Mills
Brockway, Alonzo M. and Mabel P.
Brockway, Winifred V. and Marion
Broeg, Everdine B.
Brown, Jacque L. and Maude B.
Brown, Nancy B.
Brucks, Frederick
Brunner, Beverly J.
Buchanan, DeWitt W.
Buchanan, Helen S.
Buchanan, Marguerite
Buchanan, Mary Churchill
Buchanan, Mary S. Wheeler
Buchanan, Milford DeWitt
Buchert, Dennis H. and Carla L. Waddell
Buchholz, Harry W.
Buehner, Howard A.
Buenger, William R.
Burdick, Edith
Burdick, Irwin C.
Burdick, Alfred
Burdick, James H.
Burdick, James H. and Juli
Burdick, Jeanette
Burdick, Ray and family
Burdick, Robert D.
Burgess, James C. and Gladys G.
Burnham, H. Aubrey and Emma C.
Burnham, John W. and Mildred A.
Burns, Edward J. and Emily C.
Burns, Jeffrey L. Sr. (Babe) and Nancy J. (Shnukems)
Burns, Jeffrey L. Sr. and Nancy J. (picture on stone)
Burt, Ruby F.
Burton, Lawrence A. and Roxana C.
Buth, Harvey C. and Jeanette
Buth, Henry H. and family
Buth, Herman C.
Buth, Louise H.
Buth, William
Buzzell, Burton N.
Buzzell, Howard R. and Eva V.
Buzzell, May E.
Cady, Herman M. and Myrtle A.
Campbell, Dorothy
Campbell, Harry
Campbell, Jacob F.
Cantwell, Charles E. and Josephine A.
Card, Katherine B.
Carlsen, James M.
Carlton, H.H. and N. A.
Carpenter, David Charles
Carroll, John H.
Carter, John and Faye
Carter, John T.
Casagrande, Alice
Caspers, Catherine
Castleman, David
Castleman, Sarah W.
Castleman, Virginia H.
Champion, Jane
Champion, Louisa
Champion, Robt.
Channell, Albert H.
Channell, Anna B.
Channell, Emma L.
Chapin, unclear
Chase, George W. and Mary
Cheney, Theodore and Susan Holt
Chipman, Owen I. and Frances L.
Christiansen, Donald C. and Lenore H.
Christiansen, John H. and Dora A.
Chubb, Clarence W. Sr. and Mary Belle
Chubb, Leslie E.
Chubb, Sarah E. Cobb and George
Chubb, Theodore
Chudik, Shirley Mae
Cibbs, Clara M.
Cibbs, Hiram C.
Cibbs, mother
Claflin, A.M.
Clark, Getrude, Marie
Clark, Henry H. and Lucelia L.
Clark, William
Cleary, Dan T. and Elizabeth J.
Clock, Annie
Clyde, Rhea G.
Clyde, Russel D. and Arvilla I.
Clyde, Sheila J.
Cobb, George N.
Cobb, Lucy L.
Cobmode, William
Coleman, Betsy White
Coleman, Charlie Barlow
Coleman, Leonard
Coleman, Stanley Brewster
Coleman, Steven J. and Gail A.
Coleman, Thomas
Coleman, Willard Hammond
Coles, Princess C.
Collins, Elva C.
Collins, William M.
Colwell, Irving Phillip and Caroline Shephard
Colwell, Russell and Eleanora E.
Comstock, Carrie E.
Comstock, Edna M.
Comstock, Edna R.
Comstock, Edwin (Ted) and Lillian F.
Comstock, Edwin H.
Comstock, father
Comstock, George W.
Comstock, Howard F.
Comstock, James R.
Comstock, James S.
Comstock, John D.
Comstock, Minnie H.
Comstock, mother
Comstock, Nancy J.
Comstock, Robert G.
Comstock, Sarah N.
Condella, John L. and Evelyn O
Conklin, Ivan N.
Conklin, Mary E.
Cook, Clarence W. and Irma F.
Cook, Florence M.
Cook, Harry D.
Cook, Lora Neff
Cook, Marjorie J. Rice
Cook, Robert W.
Cook, Ruth E.
Cook, Verl H.
Cook, Wallace
Coppinger, Millie
Cory, Dewey and Irene
Cottrill, Florence R.
Cowan, David
Cramer, Cathy Jill
Cramer, Howard H. and Marian A.
Creedon, Roseann V.
Crinde, George B.
Crittenton, Lilla
Crosby, Edna Campbell
Crosby, Frederic Gifford
Crummey, Harold J.
Crummey, John Lester
Crummey, Mollie A.
Cummings, Charlene
Curtis, jessie L.
Dackow, Edward
Dackow, Eva
Dackow, John
Dally, Albert H. and family
Danforth, George
Darling, Grace
Darling, Henry
Darling, James
Darling, Jennie
Darling, John R.
Darling, Robert and family
Darling, Rose
Darling, Thomas
Davies, John L. and Emma
Davies, William D. and Rose M.
Davis, William H.
De Cicco, Dominick
Debnam, E.
Dengel, Otto A. and Delilah A.
Denman, David G. and James W.
Denman, William A. and Ada A.
Denny, Charles W.
Denny, Frances L.
Denny, Roy
Denny, W. Irving and Grace J.
Denny, Willie
Denton, Willard and Serena
Denton, Arthur J. and Sarah G.
Denton, Charles N.
Denton, Chester A. and Esther
Denton, Elizabeth
Denton, Frank W. and Mary A.
Denton, Isaac
Denton, May A.
Dey, Oscar and Laura
Dick, John A. and Elizabeth M.
Dickey, Walter J.
Dickson, Fredrick W.
Dickson, Mary J.
Dies, Frederick E. and Isabelle R.
Dietrich, Helen
Dietrich, Sebastian
DiFlavio, Frank and Elizabeth
DiFlavio, Frank (Donnie) and Elizabeth E. (Betty)
Dix, Bernice
Dix, Leslie
Dobratz, John W.
Dodd, Richard F.
Dodd, Thomas A.
Dodd, William H. and Jeanette A.

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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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