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Nehring - Schultze

Nehring, Edgar J. and Ethelyn M.
Nelson, John F. and Electa
Nelson, Nels
Nelson, Stanley Luther
Nelson, Andrew H.
Nelson, Carrie
Nelson, Douglas
Nelson, Jean Ann
Nelson, Jerome W.
Nelson, Leta J.
Nelson, Margaret
Nelson, Margaret E. (Marg)
Nelson, Marshall and Annis
Nelson, Martin
Nelson, Nels
Nelson, Roger E.
Nelson, Roy A. and Louise
Neuman, George
Neuman, Ida
Neumann, Carl Willis
Neumann, Frederick
Newton, Frank E.
Newton, Nellie A.
Nichols, Clarence W.
Nichols, Wanton
Nichols, Catherine
Nichols, Edith
Nickel, Orville H. and Lois L.
Nickel, Timothy K.
Nickel, Ron W. and Joan B.
Nickels, Ada H.T.
Nickels, Lieut. Robert J.
Nickerson, Harvey
Niederwerfer, Palmer and Helen A. Bauer
Nielsen, Arnie and Lucy
Nielsen, Jean
Nielson, William and Clara
Nixon, William H.
Nixon, Ida A.
Noble, William and Nancy
Nord, Kyle
Notbohm, H.
Notbohm, Hannah
Notbohm, Caroline W.
Notbohm, Clara M.
Notbohm, Herbert F. and R. Lorraine
Notbohm, Wm. and Amalia Rodermund
O'Brien, Leo and Violet
OHara, Daniel P.
OHara, James Lee and Ruth
Ollerenshaw, William
Ollerenshaw, Mary
Olp, Lester C. and Marie C.
Olp, Robert L.
Olsen, Cheryll E.
Olsen, Jon E.
Olson, Wayne Wm. and Elizabeth
Olson, William N. and Vera M.
Onasch, Amalia
Onasch, Bertha
Onasch, Carl
Onasch, Edwin A. and Marie L.
Onasch, Larry E.
Onasch, Oscar L.
Oosterhuts, David Lowell
Otto, Gustav and Emma
Otto, children
Otto, D.H. Richard
Otto, Emil and Ottelia
Otto, Henry A. and Barbetta M.
Otto, Herbert R. and Evelyn T.
Otto, Joyce E. and Lamp, Joan K. Otto
Otto, Roy E. and Evelyn G.
Otto,Werner C. and Esther S.
Owen, Adele R.
Owen, Ralph J. and Antoinette
Owens, Alice L.
Owens, Elmer R. and Jean C.
Owens, John R.
Pabst, August Uihlein
Pabst, David
Pabst, Eugenie Bournique
Pabst, Fred
Pabst, Frederick August
Pabst, Ida Uihlein
Pabst, Robert Erwin
Pabst, Rudolf
Pabst, Yvonne Giliuson
Pagel, Bryan W.
Palmer, Alice Morris
Palmer, Earl R.
Palmer, Henry L. and Norma H.
Palmer, James D.
Palmer, Mark B.
Papke, Elsa T.
Papke, Kurth J.
Parker, Agnes M.
Parker, Alfred
Parker, Jacob D.
Parks, Rufus and Harriet Eliza
Parks, Julia
Parks, Nathaniel and family
Partin, Lloyd K. and Lola M.
Partin, William D.
Patston, Mary
Patten, John
Paul, Cora
Paul, Elmer D.
Paul, Elsie E.
Paul, father
Paul, mother
Paul, Phillip C. and Jeanette L.
Pautz, Paul
Pautz, William P.
Peartree, Albert W.
Peartree, Anna D.
Peartree, Lillie A.
Peartree, Ovid J.
Peck, Mary A. Bishop
Pederson, Conway Allen
Pederson, John K. and Elizabeth
Peller, Maria E.
Pence, Wesley J. and Sarah E.
Pennow, Bessie F.
Pennow, George W.
Pennow, Gustave
Pennow, Lucy A.
Pennow, Malcolm E.
Pennow, Margaret
Pennow, McDonald W.
Pennow, William
Pennow, Willis A.
Penshorn, Gretchen
Perkins, Eliza M.
Perkins, Elizabeth
Perkins, Frank A.
Perkins, Irving J. and Leola A.
Perkins, Julia
Perkins, Peter
Perkins, William J.
Personette, Marie G.
Pesicek, Arthur J. and Jeanette H.
Peters, Allen
Peters, Edward E.
Peters, Harry Ernest
Peters, Minnie
Peters, Nellie E.
Peterson, Emil
Peterson, Ella
Peterson, Elmer H.
Peterson, Perry A. and Emma E.
Petski, Richard G. and Barbara G.
Pett, Howard J. and Marjorie M.
Phillips, Alvie W. and Mary E.
Phillips, Harry W. and Margaret M.
Phillips, Thomas W.
Phypers, William Thornhill
Pike, Leroy R.
Pike, Harold Louis
Pike, Janet Mae
Pike, Louis W. and Gladys L.
Pilgrim, Ralph and Helen
Pink M.D., John J.
Pitter, Leo S. and Louise
Plante, Andrew A.
Plante, Timothy P.
Plante, Virginia A.
Platke, Charles J.
Platke, Hazel M.
Platke, Charles J. Jr.
Pleyte, Abram
Pleyte, Abram C.
Pleyte, Annie
Pleyte, John P.
Pleyte, Martha Roosink
Pleyte, Mary J.
Plymesser, Vern and Francis H.
Plymesser, Donald A.
Plymesser, John V.
Plymesser, Mark D.
Plymesser, Mervilla E.
Poeppel, Icey D.
Poeppel, Michael D.
Poeppel, Oscar J.
Poggenburg, Martha
Pokrzywinski, Lydia Schuets
Pomaville, Barbara
Pomaville, Elton P.
Popp, Donald E. and family
Porter, John N. and May J.
Potter, Anna
Potter, Arthur A.
Potter, Leonard J.
Potter, Leonard J. Jr.
Potter, Mary L.
Powell, Cecil H. and Sibyl
Powell, E.
Powell, Ella Nichols
Powell, George D.
Powell, Julia
Preston, Forrest J. and Vera R.
Price, Alberta Johnson
Price, David Merrill
Price, Frances Louise
Price, Frederick Prescott Jr.
Price, Helen McLean
Price, Kate Pool
Price, unclear Prescott
Price, William W.
Priese, Adeline J.
Priese, Otto C.
Pritzlaff, Waldo C. and Florence M.
Prochnow, William C.
Prohaska, Ethel J.
Prohaska, James L.
Propp, John A. and Barbara A.
Pugh, Edward J. and Ruby Davies
Pugh, Rezida M.
Pulney, Rheuamy
Punton, Henrietta A.
Punton, W.P.
Pynn, Carrie M.
Pynn, Giles and Norma
Quinnie, Ada
Quinnie, George
Race, W. Kenneth and Alma H.
Radke, Edward F. and Isabel A.
Radke, Emma Onasch
Radke, Lawrence T.
Radloff, infant
Radloff, Margaret A.
Radomski, Edward R. (Chip) anhd Dorothy M. Vincent
Radtke, Barbara J.
Radtke, Elsie L.
Radtke, Jason Michael
Rale, Augusta E.
Randolph, Burr
Rasmussen, Bess H.
Rasmussen, Thomas H.
Ratcliffe, Emil
Rathel, Clarence E. and Doroth
Reavley, Charles
Reavley, Jessie
Redfield, Judd F.
Redfield, Ella Leavitt and Leavitt, Samuel
Redlich, Sigismund and Bertha
Reed, Frances A. and family
Reed, Seth
Regula, Bernard
Regula, Charles
Regula, Elizabeth
Regula, Jacob
Regula, Margaret
Regula, Nicholas
Regula, Philappene
Reich, Gustav
Reich, Ann J.
Reich, Eva Janet and Percy
Reich, Gertrude M.
Reich, Minnie
Reich, Raymond D. and Elfrieda E.
Reich, Reinhold Fred
Reich, Russell P. and Marion J.
Reichard, Michael
Reichert, John F. and Mary R.
Reid, Harry F.
Reid, Joseph and Anna
Reid, Nettie
Rendall, Georgie
Rendall, Enos James
Rendall, George M.
Rendall, Jessie L.
Rendall, Rex G.
Reuter, Jane Riley
Reuter, Joseph J.
Reuter, Martha I.
Reuter, William Robert Sr.
Reynolds, David A.
Reynolds, Eleanor J. Beales
Reynolds, Ralph R. and Lucille L. Tracht
Rhadans, Clara M.
Rhadans, infant
Rhadans, Vio May
Rheineck, Dr. Arthur F. and Anna R.
Rheineck, infant
Rheineck, John R. and Elizabeth K.
Rhoda, Guy W.
Rhodee, August J. and Bertha E.
Rhodee, Elizabeth
Rhodee, George W. and Helen L.
Rhodee, Lenore Otto
Rhodee, Ralph R.
Rhodee, Robert O.
Rice, infant
Rice, unclear male
Rich, Donald L.
Rich, Ina Mae
Richmond, Roswell
Richter, Herbert and Gene Ellen
Ridell, Clara
Riebs, Katherine
Rieck, Douglas C.
Riemer, Walter H. and Elnor E.
Riemer, Carl
Riemer, Frederick A. and Emma E.
Riemer, Kenneth R. and Naomi B.
Riemer, Martha
Riemer, Robert A. and Sarah F.
Ripsom, Kate Price
Ripsom, Ralph Warren
Roach, Laurel C. and Phyllis J.
Robb, Alexander B. and Mary A.
Robb, Alice
Robb, Walter
Roberts, Arthur James
Roberts, Chester R. and Mildred E.
Roberts, Donald L.
Roberts, Erma Maynard
Roberts, John
Roberts, Kenneth B.
Roberts, Leslie N. and Beatrice E. Wallis
Roberts, Nora L.
Roberts, W.O.
Roberts, William E.
Robertson, Agnes
Robertson, Josephine Pool
Robertson, William J.
Robinson, William
Robinson, Emma
Robinson, H.G.
Robinson, I.B.
Robinson, Jeanette B.
Robinson, M.H.
Rochow, Clara L.
Rochow, Walter F.
Roemer, son
Roemer, Charles
Roemer, Elizabeth
Rohloff, Alice
Rohloff, Alice M.
Rohloff, Arthur H.
Rohloff, Charles and Grace
Rohloff, Charlotte
Rohloff, Clara A.
Rohloff, Edwin H. and Marilyn E.
Rohloff, female infant
Rohloff, Frank F.
Rohloff, George F.
Rohloff, Louise M.
Rohloff, Paul A.
Romanik, Carl and Erma
Rood, Oscar B.
Root, Lora E.
Rose, Agnes
Rosholt, John T.
Ross, Ellen
Rotheray, infant
Rotheray, Roger and Mary A.
Rowan, Merton E. (Mert) and Edna A. (Van)
Royer, Lee
Rozek, Daniel J. and Alice I.
Rozek, Steven
Ruhnke, Eugene and Margaret
Runyard, Fannie
Rupnow, Kenneth R. and Irene A.
Rusch, Elonora
Rutier, Matilda
Ryan, Steven P.
Sabin, Marian Shersmith Williams
Sabljak, Rose L. Denofre
Safford, James W. and Norma J.
Samson, Ervin D.
Satasp, Ethel
Sawvell, John R. and Bertha B.
Sayce, Robert
Scaff, Merle E. and Mildred D.
Scaff, Robert E.
Schacht, Bernard J. and Nettie M.
Schacht, Donna L.
Schacht, George H.
Schacht, Gustav
Schaefer, Donald L.
Schaefer, Eugene (Roy) and family
Schaefer, John C. and Myrtle M.
Schaefer, Russell M. and Alice V.
Schaffer, Fred R.
Schefft, Adela
Schindler, Francis H.F.
Schindler, Fred J.
Schindler, Rose
Schindler, Walter A.
Schirmeister, father
Schirmeister, Frank
Schirmeister, mother
Schlender, Albert J.
Schlender, Georgia A.
Schlender, Robert M.
Schlender, Roy A. and Audrey E.
Schlesner, Carl
Schlesner, Dorothy A.
Schlesner, Franklin
Schlesner, Gordon W.
Schlesner, Helen A.
Schlesner, Helen B.
Schlesner, Helena A.
Schlesner, Herman F.
Schlesner, John F.
Schlesner, Sophia
Schlesner, William A.
Schlesner, William J.
Schmeltzer, Mary
Schmid, Fannie
Schmid, Joseph
Schmidt, Arlene P. Buehner
Schmidt, Elsie
Schmidt, Erwin A. and Irene
Schmidt, Henry W. and Mary W.
Schmidt, James E.
Schmidt, Leo E. and Dorothy Freelove
Schmidt, Peter and family
Schmidt, Wm.
Schmiedt, Henry A.
Schmitter, Paul F. and Gail G.
Schmitz, William J.
Schneible, Edward and Mable R.
Schneider, Caroline
Schneider, Caroline Fiedler
Scholbe, Robert C. and Jeanette M.
Schonath, George and Florence
Schreiner, Harry W.
Schroeder, Henry W. and Lily J.
Schroeder, Ida
Schroeder, Louis C.
Schucht, Dorothy R.
Schucht, Herman P.
Schuets, Frieda Fulmer
Schuets, Harry F.
Schuets, Minnie
Schuets, William
Schuett, Ervin A.
Schuett, Mary M.
Schuett, Walter C.
Schuhmacher, Helen
Schulist, Michael E. and Ethel B.
Schultz, Arthur and Hazel
Schultz, Edwin C. and Mona J.
Schultz, Ernestine
Schultz, Gustave S.
Schultz, Hans H.
Schultz, Harlan and Nedra A.
Schultz, Norma M.
Schultze, Anne
Schultze, Theodore

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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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