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Howdle - Neff

Howdle, Grace Morley
Howdle, Jackie
Howdle, John Clayton
Howe, Daniel
Howe, Myrtle
Howe, Pearl G.
Howell, Daniel
Howell, Margaret M.
Howell, Sarah
Howie, Flora E.
Howie, Frances A.
Howie, George Edward
Howie, Helen F.
Howie, Lloyd George
Huebner, William C. and Shelby J.
Huegel, Otto J. and Edna H.
Huff, Grover and Helen
Hull, Mark Anthony
Hulman, Anton J. and Ann M.
Humphrey, Richard
Humphries, Alfred F.
Humphries, Jane M.
Hunter, Bessie
Hyde, Elizabeth Bloomfield
Hyde, Elizabeth Bloomfield
Ide, Guy H. and Jessie
Ide, Hollis E. and Doris A.
Ihlenfeldt, Friedrich and family
Ingersoll, Chester L. and Rosamond I.
Jackson, Edwin
Jackson, family
Jackson, Charles
Jackson, Charles H.
Jackson, Eleanor
Jackson, Emma
Jackson, George
Jackson, George E. Jr.
Jackson, Glen
Jackson, Jane and Dinah
Jackson, John A.
Jackson, Joseph
Jackson, Kenneth and Erna E.
Jackson, Mabel
Jackson, Mabel Mantz
Jackson, Marilyn and Jeanne
Jackson, Sarah (Sadie)
Jackson, Vernon
Jackson, William H.
Jacobs, Christian and Justena
Jacobs, Curtis B.
Jacobs, Donald D.
Jacobs, George F.
Jacobs, Harry C. and Sarah R.
Jacobs, Helen
Jacobs, Hester A.
Jacobs, Jennie M.
Jacobs, Louie
Jacobs, Viola
Jacobson, Louis and Amanda
Jakubowski, John
Jameson, George B.
Jameson, Solomon F.
Jameson, Caroline
Jameson, Eliza
Jameson, George D.
Janke, Albert A. and Anna M.
Janke, Arthur F. and Rosie E.
Jenkins, Arthur and Clara M.
Jenkins, David and Augusta
Jenkins, George
Jenkins, Jane
Jenkins, John
Jenkins, John and Gwendlian
Jenkins, Tom
Jenkins, William
Jensen, Lawrence R.
Jesup, Edwin
Jesup, Mary A.
Jesup, unclear female
Johns, Oscar H. and Della
Johnsen, Carl R. and Anna A.
Johnson, Clarence A.
Johnson, George C. and Margaret
Johnson, Maren and Louie
Johnson, Alvin H. and Florence L.
Johnson, Andrew
Johnson, Ashton
Johnson, Bernard P.
Johnson, Chas G.
Johnson, Clarence A. and Adeline M.
Johnson, Dennis R. Sr.
Johnson, Dorothy M. and husbands
Johnson, Dorothy W.
Johnson, Ernest E. and Flora M.
Johnson, Gail L.
Johnson, George C.
Johnson, Harry
Johnson, Harvey D.
Johnson, Herold
Johnson, John
Johnson, Mary A.
Johnson, Norman L. and Alice H.
Johnson, Peter
Johnson, Sophia Jensen
Johnson, unclear
Johnson, William L.
Jones, Clara
Jones, Daniel B. and Viola C.
Jones, Lois G.
Jones, Margaret
Jones, Ralph K. and Josephine K.
Jones, Robert M.
Jones, Ruth Marie
Jones, Terry M.
Jones, William
Jozwik, Chester E. and family
Jull, Rosalie Joan
Jung, Erna L.
Junkin, Allen
Kadrich, LaVerne C. and Gladys A.
Kannenberg, Burton E. and Rhona
Karnopp, Edward G. and Gladys M.
Katzung, Jeannette
Kawa, Douglas A.
Keeler, Adelaide M.
Kehrein, David E. and Ida E. Johnson
Kelly, Ruth Rhodee
Kelly, Vera
Kemmerling, Fred and Anna J.
Kepig, Roscoe
Keppeler, Frank J. and Beatrice M.
Kessler, W. Croydon and Doris M.
Kessler, William J.
Kidder, Albert E. and Mildred
Kimball, Elizabeth
Kimball, Chancey C. and Chase B.
Kimball, Elizabeth
Kimball, John
Kimball, Mary A.
Kindt, Miss Minna
King, Sophia
King, John C.
King, Roscoe
Kissinger, Clarence P.
Kissinger, Ruth N.
Kissinger, LaVerne N.
Kistner, Etta Mae
Kistner, Vernon G.R.
Kistner, Vernon L.
Klassy, Ellen
Kleinboehl, Dr. Julius W. and Natalie P.
Kleinhaus, Debbie
Kleinhaus, Glen F.
Kleinhaus, Reinhold and Isabelle J.
Kleinschmidt, William B. and Ruth E.
Klenzky, F.F. and Amanda C.L.
Klinkert, Walter and Elizabeth
Klohs, Agnes
Klokner, Helen Madeline
Klokner, Randolph A.
Klumpf, J. William
Knudson, Irving H. and Leafy B.
Knudtson, Charles I. and Margaret S.
Knuth, Fred
Knutson, Edward M.
Knutson, Ernst and Ruth
Knutson, Amanda E.
Knutson, Elis M.
Koch, Felix J. and Mabel D.
Koch, Robert
Koehler, Christian
Kohls, Laura M.
Kohls, Paul F.
Kohn, Wesley
Koloski, Adam
Kordula, Gustav J.
Korinek, Edward J. and Eleanor L.
Korth, Arnold A. and Dorothea E.
Kottwitz, Lloyd R. (Dick) and Patricia A. Schlender
Kraft, Ernest H. and Ethel R
Kraft, Thomas J.
Kraft, Edith Louise
Kraft, Harriet Agnes
Kraft, Harry F. and Helen A.
Kraft, Herbert A. and Gladys C.
Kragenbrink, Cecil R. and Betty A.
Kraut, Emil J.
Kraut, Mary
Kristl, David J.
Kristl, Geraldine G.
Krohl, Mary
Krohl, Merry
Krohn, John
Krohn, Mathilda
Krubsack, Orin K.
Krueger, Blanche Van Buskirk
Krueger, Emily
Krueger, F.
Krueger, Friedrich
Krueger, Henry J.
Krueger, Julius L.
Krueger, Rudolph B. and Myrtle
Krueger, Tillie
Krueger, William H. and Myrtle M.
Kubehl, David W.
Kubehl, Harvey A. and Delores L.
Kubehl, Harvey Arthur
Kulzick, Donald J.
Kummrow, Arland and Mary
Kummrow, Ida
Kunkel, Paul E.
Kunkel, Nita M.
Kuntz, Henry L.
Kupkufske, Albert F. and Stella W.
Kutsche, Anna E.
Kutsche, Alfred and Lydia
Labs, Ruben and Irma
Labucki, Chris Jon
Labucki, Nicole
Ladish, John (JHL) and Lois (Loie)
Lake, Wilbert Wesley and Norma Bertha
Land, Richard Glenn
Landru, Virginia C.
Landt, Gilbert and LuLu
Lang, Mary L.
Lange, A. Chuck and Nancy M.
Lange, Gilbert R. and Betty L.
Lange, Mary Miller
Lange, Max W. and Elsie L.
Langhoff, Carl J. and Ida L.
Langton, Ann
Larkin, Marie A.
Lawson, George D. and Sarah R.
Lawton, Loren L.
Leader, Henry P. and Ollie A
Leaf, Daisy
Leaf, Father
Leaf, Forest
Leaf, Henry
Leaf, infant
Leaf, Julia
Leaf, Marfleet
Leaf, Mother
Leaf, Myrtle
Leaf, Rodrik and unclear
Leaf, Wingate
Leaf, Wingate B. and Juliana L.
Leard, Louise Johnson
Leard, Samuel M.
Leavitt, Adelia Parks
Leavitt, Frances
Leavitt, Samuel and Ella
Leavitt, Catherine
Leavitt, James M.
Leavitt, Marshall
Leavitt, Samuel C.
Lee, Annie Stohman
Lee, Annie Stohman
Lee, Mary
Leeds, Walter S. and Margaret S.
Lehr, Geraldine Lange
Leipzig, Dora A.
Lemley, Reuben H. and Irene
Lessner, Marvin C. and Mary E.
Lester, George
Levy, Margaret
Lewis, George S. and Marion H.
Lewis, Joy A.
Ley, Irving and Bernice
Lidicker, Alvin L.
Lidicker, Donald H.
Lidicker, Eleanor M.
Lidicker, G. Collin
Lidicker, G. Wilkie
Lidicker, Henry
Lidicker, Jerry R.
Lidicker, Ronald E.
Liesenfelder, Steven and Stevi
Liesenfelder, Tommy
Lillge, Lydia
Lillge, Mathilda
Lillge, Myrtle E.
Lillge, Otto
Lillge, Raymond E. and Verdella M.
Lillge, William
Lindsley, George D.
Lindsley, Scott M.
Liston, Joseph E. and Ida Ann
Lockhart, Lillian L.
Lockhart, Wm. Willis
Lohda, Fred A. and Cora L.
Lohda, Russell C. and Irene C.
Longley, Carl H. and Louise B.
Loomis, Myra J.
Loomis, Myron S.
Lounsbury, Jacob K.
Lowry, Scott Kerr and Janet Vogt
Ludke, Esther Timm
Ludwig, Emma Gergs
Lugviel, Carl E.
Lugviel, Helen C.
Luhman, George Burton and Amarynthia Smith
Luhrsen, Culla A.
Luhrsen, Della M.
Lurvey, Ada C.
Lurvey, Conrad C. and Genevieve R. Miller
Lynn, Caroline
Lynn, Edward
Maas, Melvin W. and Gladys M
Machus, Paul E. and Edna A.
Mahlberg, Jerome A. and Rita M.
Mainz, Laurence F. and Kathryn L.
Malaley, Addie
Mallwitz, Anna Robert
Mallwitz, Emma
Mallwitz, Robert
Mamerow, Arthur W. and Betty J.
Manthey, Charles
Markham, George A. (Geordie)
Markham, George E.
Markham, Marianne E.
Markham, Ruby C.
Markham, Virginia C.
Markowitz, Erwin and family
Markus, Anna S.
Martin, Charles C.
Martin, Henrietta S.
Martin, Howard J.
Martin, John C.
Martin, Lois M.
Martin, Lucy Lee
Martin, Mary Mae
Martin, Robert D. and Mollie G.
Mason, William B. and Lottie A.
Mater, A. and H.
Mausch, Sylvia K.
Maxwell, George J. and Ruth E.
Maxwell, Gerald H.
Maxwell, Harry and Lillian A.
Maxwell, William and Isabel
May, Patrick J.
McBee, Gerald L.
McCaughey, Mary
McCaughey, Robert M.
McCreadie, Samuel Robert McNay and Marjorie Muriel Henderson
McDermott, J. Thomas and Ida Mae
McDonald, Daniel
McDonald, Ida M. Stone
McDonald, John D.
McDonald, Kitty S.
McDonald, Laurence E. and Elizabeth R.
McDonald, Sophia
McDougall, Daniel
McGinnis, John
McIntosh, Ethel
McKenzie, Jack C.
McKerrall, J.E.
McLaughlin, James Monroe
McLaughlin, James Monroe Jr.
McNally, Edith J.
McNamee, Patrick C. and Rosemarie
Mehl, John and Lebeau, Betty
Meixelsperger, Bernard V. and Audrey M.
Melcher, Cora
Melcher, father
Melcher, H.A.M.
Melcher, mother
Melzer, Walter C. and June M.
Merickle, Levi P.
Merickle, Phoebe J.
Merkert, Paul Jr. and Alice K.
Merrett, Madeline Tanner
Merrill, Jasper and family
Meyer, Louisa
Meyer, Asmus
Meyer, Carl J. and Bernice L.
Meyer, Friedrich
Meyer, Louisa
Meyer, Oscar and Lillian
Meyers, Virginia L.
Mier, Thomas and Mary Ellen
Miglautsch, Frank and Clara
Miglautsch, Tom W.
Miles, Emma H.
Miles, Paul W.
Miller, Alfred
Miller, Alvin E. and Anita Ruhs
Miller, Charles T. and Clara F.
Miller, Donald W.
Miller, Edwin
Miller, Emma
Miller, Ernest E.
Miller, Ervin F. and Lavina C.
Miller, Frank W.
Miller, Hattie
Miller, Helen R.
Miller, Katharine
Miller, Louisa
Miller, Mary Fiedler
Miller, Philip
Miller, Walter and Lucille
Miller, William
Miller, William E. and Lena W.
Millett, Marion K.
Millett, Ray M.
Millett, Winnie
Millett, Wm. H.
Milnes, E.A.
Milnes, I.E.
Milnes, J.D.
Milnes, Sarah
Mitchell, Fred
Mitchell, Laura A.
Mlsna, Bernadette
Montague, Edward Hooker
Mooney, Joshua Scott
Moore, Hannah E.
Moore, Orville R.
Morgan, Robert F. and Anna
Morley, Robert P.
Morley, Walter Kelley
Morley, Katherine B. Card
Morris, Benjamin B.
Morris, Elisha
Morris, Martha M.
Mueller, Carl and Joan Meier (Jo)
Mueller, Christine
Mueller, Milo
Muesbeck, Beatrice
Muesbeck, George E.
Musebeck, Beatrice
Musebeck, Effie
Musebeck, Frank
Napier, James
Napier, Mae L.
Nason, Irene A. Timm
Neff, Clarissa
Neff, Albert
Neff, Andrew M.
Neff, Charles W.
Neff, Chas M.
Neff, Emma E.
Neff, Georgie
Neff, Ida
Neff, James W.
Neff, Jessie F.
Neff, Kenneth R. and family
Neff, Loretta
Neff, Lottie P.
Neff, Lurlynn B.
Neff, Martha
Neff, Mary
Neff, Olfred H.
Neff, Perry C.
Neff, Ralph O.

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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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