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Schuster - Zunker

Schuster, August E. and Orabelle
Schuster, Charles
Schuster, Charles and Mathilda
Schuster, Ernest
Schuster, Frank
Schuster, George
Schuster, Harold C. and Dora A.
Schuster, Herman F. and Mary K.
Schuster, Julia
Schuster, Lena A.
Schuster, Mary
Schuyler, Cheryl L.
Schuyler, Elias D.
Schuyler, Floyd P. and Rose B.
Schuyler, John C.
Schuyler, John E.
Schuyler, Philip C.
Schuyler, Pvt. Philip
Schwaab, Albert
Schwaab, Clara
Schwaab, Lewis H.
Schwaab, May N.
Schwaab, Nellie
Schwaab, Phyllis
Schwaab, Walter F. and Bessie
Schwager, Amelia
Schwager, Bergina
Schwager, Eleanora
Schwager, Ernst
Schwager, Frank
Schwartz, Margaret
Seaby, Harry
Seaman, Oriel B.
Seaman, Sophia
Searing, Robert and Elnora
Seeley, Gertrude C.
Seeley, Gladys
Seeley, Harry W.
Seeley, Lawrence D.
Seeley, Margaret E.
Seeley, William W.
Seiser, Simon
Sekora, Charles J.
Sellers, Bryan F.
Sellers, Charles F. (Chuck) and Betty J. Jester
Semple, Alice D.
Semple, John E.
Seyer, Luverne F. and Mildred M.
Shadof, Julius A.
Sharon, Lester W. and Alice H.
Shelhorn, Caspher
Shellhorn, Augusta
Shellhorn, Michael
Sheppard, Jack and Mary
Shersmith, Edward L. and Carrie E.
Shersmith, F. and Elizabeth M.
Shersmith, Frank and Rilla
Shersmith, Harry E.
Shersmith, Louisa
Sherwell, Edwin
Shipman, Frank H.
Shoar, Henry
Shoberg, Anne E.
Shuman, John H. and Elsie A.
Shuster, Marie M.
Sidler, Azola
Sidler, Carl C.
Siebrecht, Richard and Evelyn E.
Siebrecht, William H. and Herman M.
Siller, Herbert K.
Silvis, W. Glenn and Dorothy R.
Simons, George E. and Lorraine M.
Simpson, Charles and Elsie I
Sipe, Calvin L.
Sipe, Elsie
Sipos, Albert Jesse
Sisco, Raymond W. and Elsie B.
Skibinski, Alex M. and Esther
Slayton, Cindy Lou
Slosser, Daniel
Slosser, Viola
Smart, David L.
Smigelski, Phillip and Clara
Smith, Reuben and Rosanna
Smith, E. May Barnard
Smith, Frances H.
Smith, Harriet
Smith, Judith M. Buenger
Smith, Lillian F.
Smith, Lillian M.
Smith, Martin
Smith, Melissa
Smith, Mina Rose
Smith, Queenie
Smith, Sarah A.
Snyder, Chris J. and Wendy L.
Sobol, Joseph F. and Louise
Soleska, David
Soleska, Sarah
Soleska, Phillip J. and Marie
Solveson, Ella L.
Sorensen, Earl C.
Sorensen, Mads
Sorensen, Martha
Sorensen, Mary Anna
Sorenson, Gerald and Barbara B.
Sorenson, William D. and Kathleen J.
Southcott, Frederick J.
Southcott, May
Spahn, Mathew J. and Margaret K.
Spanaus, Herbert and Lillian
Spencer, Elijah
Spencer, Tyla
Sperb, W.A.
Sperhake, Bertha
Sperhake, Frederick
Sprague, family
Sprague, Arthur H. and family
Sprague, Gerald Robert
Springer, Fred
Stafeil, Walter M. and Myra A.
Stafford, Harry
Stagner, Elmer E. and Jane I.
Steffen, Albert E.
Steffen, Anna M.
Steffen, Arthur W. and Clara E.
Steffen, Elmer H.
Steffen, George A.
Steffke, David and Dolores
Steffke, Louise P.
Steffke, Reinhold H.
Steinke, Herman F. and Gertrude B.
Stendel, Herman A. and unclear
Stendel, Edward H. and S. Joyce
Stendel, Herman A. and Mae R.
Stephan, Catherine
Stephan, Christina M.
Stephan, Frank H. and Elizabeth
Stephan, Fred J. and Helena C.
Stephan, Frederick J.
Stephan, Helena
Stephan, Henry
Stephan, Jeffrey L.
Stephan, John Henry
Stephan, Norman W.
Stephan, Robert F. and Doris M.
Stephan, Walter A.
Stern, Amelia C.
Stern, Blanche
Stern, Clarence
Stern, Michael E.
Sterzbach, Anna C.
Sterzbach, George A.
Sterzbach, William R.
Stewart, Capt. James
Stewart, Donald J.
Stewart, Hazel E.
Sticks, Louis S. and Ann V.
Sticks, Stephen A. and Mary A.
Sticks, Steven M.
Sticks, Steven P.
Stiles, Matilda Martin
Stock, Louise U.
Stocks, James
Stocks, James L.
Stocks, John C.
Stocks, Alice M.
Stocks, Charles and Mary
Stocks, Elizabeth
Stocks, Hadley C. and Leona R.D.
Stocks, James and Mae E.
Stocks, James I.
Stocks, John
Stocks, John C.
Stocks, Margaret
Stocks, Margaret
Stocks, Warren C. and Lucille J.
Stocks, William
Stohman, Henry
Stohman, Mary
Stollberg, Harry
Stollberg, Helen C.
Stone, Addie Freelove
Stone, Alice
Stone, Alice O.
Stone, Antle
Stone, C. Turner
Stone, C.T.
Stone, Dorothea J.
Stone, E.H.
Stone, E.S.
Stone, Eva June
Stone, Frank Paul
Stone, L.J.
Stone, Lillian U.
Stone, M.S.
Stone, Margaret
Stone, Mary
Stone, Mary J.
Stone, Myrtle M. Bloor
Stone, N. Mc. W.
Stone, Nancy Lillian
Stone, Truman
Stone, Wallace A. and Evelyn L.
Stone, Walter L.
Storey, Almon W.
Storey, Catherin
Storey, father
Storey, Mary E.
Storey, mother
Storley, C.
Strauss, John H.
Stryker, Barnt W.
Stryker, Jane Elizabeth
Stryker, Joseph
Stuckert, Erwin H. and Lottie
Sturm, Marjorie Jane
Summit Cemetery Sign
Swanton, James C. and Jean H.
Swendsen, Raymond C.
Swendsen, Raymond C. and Myrtle E.
Swendsen, Richard and Katherine
Syrios, George and Charlotte
Taft, Sarah M.
Tallmadge, Edward
Tallmadge, Edward S.
Tallmadge, Martin A.
Taylor, William R.
Thamke, Edward A. and Matie C.
Thelen, Anita
Thelen, Fred
Thom, Jacob E.
Thom, Anna E.
Thom, Gerald Eugene
Thomas, Amery
Thomas, Elizabeth F.
Thomas, William
Thomas, Wm. J.
Thompson, Betty
Thompson, Charles O.
Thompson, Eleanor George
Thorpe, Annie
Thurow, Julius
Thurow, Henry A. C.
Thwaits, Margaret N.
Timm, Charlotte
Timm, Fred Wm.
Timmel, Evelyn Yaeck
Timmel, Sadie B.
Timmel, Walter
Tinus, Andrew
Tinus, Freddie W.
Tinus, Hurlbert and Ermie M.
Toenhardt, Frank H. and Emma R
Toman, Joseph P. and Norma E.
Tompkins, Lew and Florence E.
Tompkins, Ralph L.
Tooker, Antoinette
Townsend, John C. and Emma M
Townsend, E.J. and Hinkley, Bessie W. Norcott
Traeger, Roland and Esther M.
Treichel, Timothy N.
Treis, Alexander M. and Eileen M.
Trottman, Marion I.
Trottman, Robert H. Jr.
Tschorn, Hans
Turek, Raymond S. and Agnes L.
Turley, Melvin L. and Janice B.
Turville, John C.
Turville, Arthur A.
Turville, Minnie
Underhill, Helen Guiteau
Van Antwerpen, Josias
Van Brunt, Charles D.
Van Brunt, Geo. W.
Van Brunt, Jane A.
Van Brunt, Olive
Van Buskirk, Charles A.
Van Buskirk, Anna C.
Van Buskirk, Augusta
Van Buskirk, Augusta M.
Van Buskirk, Caroline
Van Buskirk, Dewey H.
Van Buskirk, Henry
Van Buskirk, Mable
Van Buskirk, Samuel Van and Minna
Van Dyke, J. Robert and Lauralee Howser
Van Lare, Victoria
Van Moos, Edna
VanBuskirk, Eleanor E.
VanBuskirk, Ella L.
VanBuskirk, Jay
VanBuskirk, John F.
VanBuskirk, Mary
VandenHeuvel, Carl and Elsie
VanDorf, Annie
VanDorf, Fred W. and Rosezella M.
VanDorf, Henry
VanDorf, Jerry
VanDorf, John W. and Mary M.
VanDorf, Willard L.
Verhein, Donald
Verhein, Eugene F.
Verhein, Gene D.
Verhein, Wilhemina Holle
Vernon, Robert E. and Jeanne Martin
Vincent, Vincent and Mary Ann
Vincent, Donal;d E. and Harriet Christine
Vincent, Donald E. and Harriet C . Kapsos
Vincent, Donald E. and Harriet C. Kapsos (picture on stone)
Vincent, Josephine W.
Voland, Frances Leavitt
Voland, Herman
Vonderherd, Arnold
Voss, Susan
Waedekin, David A.
Wagner, Arthur A. and Gladys A.
Wagner, Irene D.
Waite, Harriett
Waka, Joseph
Waller, Gordon C.
Waller, Margaret
Wallskog, Alan G.
Wallskog, Joyce M.
Wappler, Pauline Miller
Warren, Fred L.
Washington, John M. and May
Waters, Frank R.
Waters, Harry F. and Norma M.
Waters, Mary J.
Waters, Phillip
Weaver, John S.
Weber, Nichole Ann
Webster, Asel
Wegner, Albert A. and Irene D.
Wegner, Hilbert C. and Ruth L.
Wehde, Max A.
Wehrle, Wilford and Helen J.
Weide, Alfred W.
Weide, Arnold A.
Weide, Dorothea
Weide, Edgar C. and Eunice G.
Weide, Harvey C.
Weide, Herbert
Weide, Hubert C.
Weide, Ida R.
Weide, Louise M.
Weide, Paul A. and Marie D.
Weide, Violet
Weide, Walter
Weiland, Emma S.
Weiland, William Julius
Weiler, George C.
Weiler, Sylvester and Lorena Bartell
Weiler, Viola Felda
Weiss, Grace C.
Weitzel, Alta Mae
Weitzel, Harry G.
Welch, Marion Anna and Kathlee
Welch, Byron
Weldon, Phebe M.
Wendorf, unclear and Hannah
Werner, Amelia Schwager
Weseman, Henry and Catharine Hartman
West, John
Westover, F.H. and Phoebe
Westover, Mary Eveline
Westover, Minnie
White, Julian H.
White, Anna M. Green
White, Flo M.
White, Mary E.
White, N.B.
Whitney, Clifford P. and Mary L.
Wichman, Albertina
Wichman, John (Jack) and Phyllis S.
Wichman, John T.
Wichman, Pearl Humphrey
Wichman, Robert
Wiedenhoeft, Anna Laura
Wiedenhoeft, Lloyd A. and Dorothy M.
Wiedenhoeft, Myrna Lynn
Wiedmann, Ernst
Wiepking, Roland A. and family
Wilbur, Harry C.
Wilcox, Richard
Wilkening, Catherina
Wilkening, Frederick
Wilkening, Bertha A. Trader
Wilkening, Dayton W. and Jane A.
Wilkening, Elizabeth
Wilkening, Frederick
Wilkening, Henry F.
Wilkening, William and Emma
Wilkeny, Sophia
Wilkins, Raymond and Barbara
Williams, Ernest F. and Clara
Williams, Lieut. Jake
Williams, Arthur H. (Bert)
Williams, Daniel
Williams, Dorothy W.
Williams, Dr. Jack M. and Isabel L.
Williams, Edward R.
Williams, Harold H.
Williams, Henry
Williams, John R.
Williams, Lora B.
Williams, Louise C.
Williams, Lucy C.
Williams, May
Williams, Susan
Wilson, Willie
Winfield, Elmer L.
Winfield, Irma S.
Winters, William
Wirts, Dorothy M.
Wirts, Evan J.
Wiscinsin Masonic Home Members
Witt, Frances H. Armstrong
Witt, Timothy L. and Sherry L.
Woelffer, Dr. Elmer A. and Marian A. Spencer
Woelffer, Erwin and family
Wolf, Minnie Ruth
Wolf, Joseph
Wolff, Paul Sr. and Anna
Woller, Helen
Wollmer, Richard P.
Wood, Alvin L. and Louisa A.
Woodruff, Earl A.
Woodruff, Ruth S.
Woods, Mary I.
Woolley, Georgie and Willie
Worthington, Denison and Mary LaGrange
Worthington, Denison LaGrange and family
Worthington, Frank T.
Wurlitzer, Pauline Pabst
Wurlitzer, Prescott Pabst
Wurlitzer, Raimund B.
Young, Edith M.
Young, Harold B.
Young, Lusette H.
Young, Milton R. and Elvie E.
Zabel, Herbert C. and Alice E.
Zager, Frances
Zager, John
Zahn, Emil
Zahn, Henry and Louise
Zastrow, Clarence L. and June H.
Zastrow, Elmer A. and LaNore M.
Zastrow, Franklin A. and Ruth L.
Zastrow, Roger
Zibell, Harvey W. and Elizabeth
Zimmerman, Emery E.
Zimmerman, Marie A.
Zubke, August
Zubke, Augusta
Zunker, Elroy E. and Evelyn M.

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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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