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Dodge - Howard

Dodge, George A.
Dodge, Miles N.
Dodge, Emily
Dodge, Frances Agnes Gauthier
Dodge, Harger Wells
Dodge, Helen
Dodge, James W.
Dodsworth, Lucia L.
Dodsworth, William W.
Dolles, Franz C. and Marie
Donaldson, Bertha Millett
Dopp, Beatrice E.
Dopp, Gertrude R.
Dopp, Gilbert R.
Dopp, Homer R.
Driver, Andrew
Drought, James T.
Drought, R. Alice
Drought, Rose H.
Drought, Estelle P.
Drought, Ralph J.
Drown, A.V.
Drown, Irene
Drury, William D.
Duch, Frank H. and Irene E.
Duch, James E.
Duchow, Richard A. and Garnett
Duchow, infant
Duchow, Mary
Duchow, Richard A. and Garnetta F.
Duchow, William
Duchow, William and Elly
Dudley, Joseph Jr. and Elvira
Duffy, Laura
Dunham, Susan Helminiak
Dunton, Arthur F.
Dunton, Julia A.
Dunton, A. Paul
Dunton, Emma C.
Dunton, Fern C.
Durr, John
Durr, Louis
Dzomba, Alfred H. and Helen F.
Ebert, Gregory O. and Carmen L. Shaw
Ebert, Warren (Bud) and Mary Lou
Edgerton, Belinda Taft
Edgerton, Elisha W
Edgerton, Elisha W.
Edgerton, Jennie P.
Edgerton, John Russel
Edgerton, Martha A. Peck
Edgerton, Mary Hyde
Edmunds, Nellie O.
Ehlers, Emma E.
Ehlers, Theodore
Ehrlich, Dorothea
Ehrlich, Ethel H.
Ehrlich, George T. and Edith C.
Ehrlich, Nora M.
Ehrlich, W. Gustav
Elder, Orr Jay and Mary Jane Price
Elias, John
Ellas, Mary
Ellas, Paul P.
Eller, Anna Charlotte
Ellsworth, Eugene A.
Ellsworth, Frieda
Ellsworth, Kenneth
Ellsworth, Victor
Elsinger, Robert M. and Nancy Olp
Elsinger, Robin R.
Engelmann, Henry and Caroline
Engelmann, Rudolph and Maggie
Erickson, Eleanor Southcott
Erickson, Horace S. and Antoinetta
Erickson, John
Erickson, Roy E. and Bertie M.
Erickson, Steffan and family
Erickson, Stuart R.
Erman, William and Nellie
Eschrich, Elsie
Eschrich, Oscar
Eschrich, Emerson E.
Eschrich, Oscar
Espick, Harry C.
Espick, Hattie E.
Espy, Betty Jo
Esrael, Harry A. and Agnes C. Nelson
Esrael, Louis E.
Esrael, Walter F. and Hilda
Esterbrooks, Wm.
Euting, Evelyn L.
Euting, Neil A. and Dora I.
Euting, Neil E.
Evans, Annette C.
Evans, D. Newton and Anna Belle
Evans, E. George
Evans, Floyd C. and Arlene L. Korth
Evans, Martha
Evans, Sandra K. Beguhn
Everts, Hiram P.
Fahl, Dora E.
Fahrner, Kathryn
Fairbanks, Arthur D. and Anna A.
Fairbanks, unclear and Muriel
Fairbrother, Lyle A. and Esther R.
Fairservice, Maria
Fairservice, Marshall
Fairservice, Marshall LaFayette
Falk, Otto L. and Marjorie L.
Faltersack, Leonard and Elsie
Farmer, Mahala
Featherstone, Ella L. Baker
Feentye, Eliza
Feld, Mark Lee
Feld, Raymond E.
Ferris, Jacob
Ferris, Alice
Ferris, Eddie
Ferris, Elmer M. and Clara E.
Ferris, Ethel
Ferris, Frank
Ferris, Freddy
Ferris, George and Augusta
Ferris, James
Ferris, John
Ferris, Margaret
Ferris, Marie Rogers
Ferris, Mary
Ferris, Sarah
Ferris,, Margaret
Fiedler, Leonhart
Fiedler, Amelia C.
Fiedler, Caroline
Fiedler, Fred C.
Fiedler, George J. and Christian
Fiedler, Harold
Fiedler, Leonard C.
Fiedler, LeRoy and Elaine
Fiedler, Louisa Zahn
Fiedler, Michael and Catherine
Fiedler, Raymond and Sadie E.
Fiedler, Renee Bernice
Fiedler-Hayes, Amanda
Fiedler-Hayes, Ella
Fiedler-Hayes, George
Fiedler-Hayes, Lena
Fiedler-Hayes, Otto F.
Fielder, Eva Katharina
Fink, Oscar F.
Fink, Peter A.
Fink, Sarah J.
Fink, unclear
Finkler, Clarence R.
Fischer, Arthur C. and Anna
Fischer, Frances Bohrman
Fisher, Wilson J.
Fisher, Wilson J.
Flinton, Charles and Harriete
Foose, Clarence L.
Ford, Rosemary
Foss, Allen F.W.
Foss, Gladys Osborn
Foss, John Robert
Frank, Bena
Frank, Clarence and Irene
Frank, Frank
Frank, John
Frank, John Thomas
Frank, Kathleen A.
Frank, Randall R.
Frank, Scott Alan
Franks, Edward
Franks, Edward C.
Franks, Henrietta R.
Frankwick, James Lloyd and family
Frankwick, SGT. Steve
Frary, Minnie
Frederick, Fillmore A. and Marian P.
Fredrick, Fred L. and Flora F. Kundrow
Fredrick, Herman G. and Alvina J.
Fredrick, Robert H. and Anna A.
Fredrick, Rudolph W.J. and Edwin C.
Freelove, Alice
Freelove, Alice Mary
Freelove, Anna M.
Freelove, Benjamin C.
Freelove, Forest and Mamie
Freelove, Frank E.
Freelove, Fred
Freelove, Grace S.
Freelove, Harley H.
Freelove, Jessie
Freelove, Lottie
Freelove, Robbie
Friesch, Francis C. and Caroline L.
Frink, Maria L.
Fritsinger, Charles A.
Fritsinger, Nellie
Fulwiler, Dale L Sr.
Gadicke, W. and Florence
Gallagher, Edwin J.
Gallagher, Mary E.
Gallaher, Jean C.
Gallaher, William W.
Gallen, John F.
Gallus, Harold L. and Doris M.
Gannette, Jennie
Gardner, Mary Jane
Garnett, Margaret
Gaugert, Friedrich and Wilhelmine
Gaul, Clara E.
Gaul, Adam E.
Gaul, Catherine
Gaul, Elmer F.
Geggie, Albert E.
Geiger, Ted
Gendrich, Erwin and Magdalene
Genrich, Ernest F.
Genrich, Ora C.
Gentgen, Charles W. and Martha J.
Georg, Doris M. Bartlett
George, Walter R. and Anna I.
Gibbs, Dr. George L.
Gibbs, John F.
Gibbs, Perle
Gibeau, John A. and Janet L.
Gifford, Ansel
Gilbert, Dea Claflin
Gilman, Mary E.
Glade, Arthur E. and unclear
Glascock, Henry H. and Mathilda
Glaser, John R. and Barbara A.
Glatzel, Mabel J.
Glatzel, Raymond N.
Gleaser, Duane A.
Gobb, Lucy L.
Goergen, David J. and family
Goergen, Valentine A. and Viola I.
Goetzke, William R.
Goodhard, Elizabeth H.
Goodhard, Gerard P.
Goral, Dr. Thomas John
Grabow, Arthur H.
Grabow, Harold A.
Grabow, Joseph J. and Louise
Grabow, Mathilda M.
Grabow, Veleda D.
Graf, Alfred and Esther
Graf, Ricky M.
Grann, Hans A.
Graper, George W. and Lena
Graper, Ruth H.
Graves, Bertha
Graves, Raymond
Green, George W. and Christena
Green, Anna M.
Green, Bertha
Green, George W. and Christena
Green, Harold T.
Green, Mary
Green, Stephen
Greene, Harry
Greensward, J. Donald and Helen C.
Greenwood, Heidi Lynn
Gridley, Benjamin F.
Gridley, Florence D.
Gridley, Robert Earl
Griffith, Alice E.
Griffith, Bessie A.
Griffith, Edith M.
Grimm, Clara S.
Grimm, Alvina
Grimm, Charles W.
Grimm, Clarence E.
Grindrod, Donald F.
Griswold, David W.
Groeger, Alice H.
Groelle, Bessie
Groh, George H. and Florence M.
Gropp, Godfrey
Gropp, Gottfred
Gropp, Clara
Gropp, Frank H.
Gropp, G.A.
Gropp, Henriette
Gropp, Louise
Gropp, Mary L.
Gross, Miss Rebecca B.
Gross, Miss Rebecca
Grosskopf, Elizabeth Hermann
Grube, Fred and Necia J.
Grube, Gertrude
Grunewald, Albert and Elizabeth
Grunewald, Amanda
Grunewald, Arthur J. Sr. and family
Grunewald, Arvilla
Grunewald, Cheryl Lee
Grunewald, Clarence
Grunewald, Fred
Grunewald, Frederick
Grunewald, Henrietta
Grunewald, Herman
Grunewald, male infants
Grunewald, Raymond C. and Mildred R.
Grunewald, Victor
Guderyon, Wallace S. and Anne N.
Gukich, Ivan and Lorraine
Haagensen, Ingrid Anne
Haagensen, Kenneth W. and Dorothy P.
Haasz, George and Margaret
Hackbarth, Esther Krieser
Hackbarth, Arthur F.
Hackbarth, Arthur O.
Hackbarth, Irma R.
Hackbarth, John C. and Helen E.
Hackbarth, Otto G.A. and family
Hackbarth, Robert Walter
Haeger, Charles
Haertel, Cora M.
Haesemeyer, Florence E.
Haggen, John B.
Hahn, Philip P.
Hahn, Otto A. and Helen
Haimerl, Walter M. and Zoa G.
Haines, Wally and Deonna
Haksemeyer, Henry and Marie
Hale, Lucy
Hale, E. and Susan
Hale, Henry
Hale, Lucy M.
Hale, Willie
Halek, John S.
Haley, Scott R.
Hall, Royal J. and Marion E.
Hall, William A.
Haluza, Joseph and Mary
Hamilton, Robert Rivard
Hanson, James Erving
Harbour, Virginia Markham
Hardell, Abraham G. and Mary A.
Hardell, Carrie E.
Hardell, Jane W.
Hardell, Richard
Harris, John S.
Harrison, Raymond J. and Ruth M.
Harshbarger, Marie H.
Harshbarger, Raymond F.
Hart, Elizabeth
Hartford, Harland H. and Arlene H.
Hartline, A.
Hartline, Annie L.
Hartwell, family
Hartwell, Anne
Hartwell, C.H. and Eliza R.
Hartwell, Charles P.
Hartwell, Ella A.
Hartwell, infant
Hasselkus, Robert Ernest and Ann Mather
Hasselkus, Robert F. and Irene A. Genrich
Hassler, Otto Jacob and Jeanette Mary
Hastings, Lyle C. and Celia K.
Hayes, Isabelle Clara
Hayes, William H.
Hays, Rose
Hazard, H. and Laverne M.
Hazard, Philip J. Jr.
Hebig, William F. and Lois L.
Heckert, Ernest and Hattie J.
Heer, John Peter
Heidt, Walter and Myrtle
Heinz, Michele
Heise, Ruth
Heiser, Adeline M.
Heiser, Rudolph A.
Heiser, Thomas R.
Heitmann, Horst K. and Magrit J.
Heling, Lester
Heling, Walter E.
Heling, William A. and Anna M.
Heller, Cedric and Norma
Helminiak, Leonard and Jeanne Mueller
Hemingway, Aaron N. and Ada E.
Hemingway, Millie
Hendrickson, George P.
Hendrickson, Harriet Jean
Hendrickson, Harry
Hendrickson, Harry G.
Hendrickson, Harry W. and Esther
Hendrickson, Lois Jean Hoffman
Hendrickson, Lola G.
Hendrickson, Mary
Hendrickson, Peter
Hennegen, Richard Howard and M
Henning, Clarence C.
Henry, James
Henschel, Chas. Julius
Henschel, Johanna
Henschel, John and Elsie
Henschel, Robert
Henschel, William
Henske, Gustave
Herr, Henry J. and Margaret
Herr, John C. Sr. and Lucille
Hertel, George
Heuser, B. John (Big Buck) and Nora M. (Little Doe)
Hewitt, James B. and Elaine H. Kohler
Hibbard, Catherine
Hicks, John F.
Hildreth, B.C.
Hildreth, Bertrand C.
Hildreth, Henry J.
Hildreth, H.
Hildreth, Henry
Hildreth, Jeanette and Bertrand C.
Hildreth, Priscilla and Hamilton
Hildreth, Prisicilla
Hill, Anna Perkins
Hill, Fanny Napier
Hill, Frank E.
Hill, Gladys E.
Hill, Grace Anne
Hill, Jacob
Hill, Louise
Hill, LuLu A.
Hill, Orlin W.
Hill, Wilford and Jessie
Hill, William
Hinkley, Hovey and Norcott family
Hinzman, John and Mary
Hinzmann, William F.
Hoban, Doni Jo
Hoban, Kendal
Hobbs, Charles W. and Frances M.
Hoeft, Henry C.L.
Hoeft, Mildred E.P.
Hoff, Henry and Leona
Hoge, Henrietta Lidicker
Holle, family
Holle, Arthur
Holle, Edwin and Adeline
Holle, Stafford O. and family
Holt, Dorothy M. Diercks
Holtz, Wayne E. and Doris M.
Hook, Robert A.
Horne, May B. Atkins
Howard, Cyrus O.
Howard, Edith M.
Howard, George A.
Howard, Richard
Howard, Robert J.
Howard, Ruth
Howard, Sarah M. and Eva

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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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