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Winnebago County
(Algoma Township)
Peace Lutheran aka Doty Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

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Abraham, Earl Edward
Abraham, Raymond R. and Viola H
Aggen, Glenroy N
Ahrens, Fred and Laura
Ahrens, Helen M
Alverson, Dorothy Hoeft
Babler, Henry
Babler, Lydia
Bartz, August
Bartz, Caroline
Becker, Anna
Becker, Julia
Becker, William
Bedorf, Henry C
Bergstrom, Frederick C. Jr
Berry, Archie and Laura
Berry, Harvey R. and Lucille D
Bettin, Gustave and Anna
Biesinger, Frank
Biesinger, Margaret E
Binder, Dolores L
Binder, Jeff
Binder, Sarah Lynne
Blau, Bernard
Blau, John
Blau, Martin and Christine
Blau, Michael and Lucille
Blau, Robert
Bloechel, Michael
Bloedorn, Lulla
Bloedow, Frederick W. and Minnie
Bloedow, Verna L
Blum, Leonard A. and Emma H
Boeselager, Anges and Evelyn
Boulard, Albert
Boulard, Martha
Braasch, Clifford E
Braasch, Erwin H
Brickham, Male infant
Britton, Viola
Brown, Mabel L
Brown, Rino E. and Cora J
Brusius, Anna Salzsieder
Buchanan, Ethel B
Buchanan, Robert W
Buchhop, James Paul
Buck, Lawrence E
Buelow, Duane N. and Marjorie A
Burritt, John K
Buss, Henry C. and Mary C
Butt, August and Bertha
Butt, Harold H
Cassin, Nellie
Chellew, Eileen M
Chesna, Franklin H. and Helen L
Compton, Daniel H
Connelly, Tarra Michelle Gardiner
Copp, Carl F. and Anne L
Cuddy, Jack
Dahlke, Bernhard R
Dahlke, Theodore H
Danback, Harold F. and Genevieve L
Daniels, George G. and Goldie V
Davison, Walter A. and Olive P
Diehl, unclear
Diel, Lori L. and Lisa L
Dorschner, Albert A. and Jean E
Dougherty, Willie
Drapp, Debra M
Drews, Delbert W
Dumke, Lawrence A
Ebert, August and Anna M
Engelke, Meta
Fink, Beverly J
Forstrom, Marcella E
Franzke, Josephine M
Franzke, Paul Jr
Friday, Henry H
Froemming, Infant
Futta, Elmer and Lora H
Gabriel, Dieter W
Gaebler, Robert R. and Anna M
Gantman, Ida
Garrick, George
Gauger, Nora E
Gehrke, Richard D. and Shirley A
Genske, Frank H
Girens, Beatrice
Girens, John and Barbara
Girens, Victor and Hildegard A
Gladenapp, Wilhelmine
Glasenapp, Johann
Glasenapp, Karl
Gomoll, Julia
Gomoll, Sherman
Gorchels, Herman
Gorchels, Lena A
Graffen, Carol
Graffen, Harry W
Griswold, Elfrieda
Groskreutz, James Robert
Guse, Michael
Gyll, Jacob and Bertha
Gyll, Ruth A
Haase, Robert C
Haase, Ronald D
Haats, Marian P
Hable, Dennis C. and Nona M
Hacker, Clifford Bruce
Hansen, Geno A
Hansen, Henry F
Hardtke, Wilbet M
Harrand, Nadene C
Hartkopf, Charles and Elizabeth
Hayford, Charles and Alice
Henke, Albert F. and Elma E
Henke, Reuben C. and family
Herman, Jean
Herman, Theodore S
Herzig, Charles and Meta
Herzig, Robert C
Heyde, Estela Allen
Hinz, Albert and Bertha
Hinz, Audrey May
Hoagland, Carrie I
Hoetschl, Richard R. and Marie L
Honsa, Jean A
Hoppe, Fred J. and family
Jameson, Larry L
Janke, Carlton R
Janke, Paul and Bertha
Japp, August and Amelia
Japp, Harvey and Frieda
Jawort, Shirley J
Jennrich, Gustave
Jennrich, William
Johnson, Bessie
Johnston, Andrew
Johnston, Clarence M. and Edna A
Johnston, John W
Johnston, Mathilda
Junttila, Ernest
Junttila, Lillie
Kalbus, Albert
Kalbus, Audrey
Kalbus, August and Henrietta
Kalbus, Estelle R
Kalbus, Sandrel
Kargus, Arno E. L
Kargus, Carlton
Kargus, Elmer and Sophia
Kargus, Ervin E. and Orra A
Karkula, Andrew and Mildred
Kaspar, Elisabeth
Kaspar, George
Kaspar, John
Kelm, Angie Elizabeth
Kennedy, Terrance E
Keohane, Madeline I
Kieper, Charles H
Kieper, Emma S
Klam, Florence Reinke
Klaske, unclear
Klug, Arno L. and M. Amber
Koechell, Darren Jay
Koehn, Karl and Laura
Koepp, Carl A.F
Koepp, Edward and Bertha
Koffke, Gordon A. and Donna M
Kolterjahn, Bertha
Kolterjahn, Craig Paul
Kolterjahn, Ruth M
Koplitz, Andrew F
Koplitz, Armin and Olga
Koplitz, Elizabeth
Koplitz, Joseph and Linda
Kopt, Hazel Butt
Korth, Julius and Dora
Korth, Wileis
Kotterjahn, Cornelia B
Krause, Warren J
Kroening, Ted E
Kroll, Evelyn M
Krueger, Emilie
Krueger, Ludwig
Krueger, Otto Arthur
Kuester, Peter J
Kuester, Rev. L. Harold and Meriel I
Kumbier, Sophia Pausig Friday
La Buwi, Edna
La Buwi, Frank
La Buwi, Roy
La Buwi, Tillie
La Pointe, Ricky Wayne (infant)
Labudde, Edward John Jr
Labudde, Gustave F
Labudde, John G
Labudde, John
Labudde, Vernon and Jean V
LaBuwi, Gordon and Rosetta
LaBuwi, Leonard L
Lamps, Wilhelmine
Lasley, Albert and Anna
Last, Carri Laine
Last, John David
Leinweber, Alex
Leinweber, Henry
Leinweber, Robert E
Leitzke, Andrew F
Leitzke, Dorothea
Longsine, Dustin (infant)
Loos, Joseph
Lubke, Henry and Idabelle
Luebke, Fred C
Luebke, Ora Gade
Luebke, William and Emma
Lyness, Hannah
Macholl, Ernst
Madaus, Erna L
Malchow, Otto F. and Selma H
Manthei, Albert
Manthei, Ida
Maurer, Adolph E
Merten, Lavern J
Meyer, Brad Robert
Meyer, Mary
Meyer, Matthew J. and Alma B
Miller, Johanna
Mitchell, Michael
Moore, Donald Raymond
Moore, Warren and Ruth
Morton, Alpheus B
Morton, Lillie T
Mueller, Alvin
Mueller, Caroline
Mundinger, Henry and Lillie
Naparalla, Walter J. and Evelyn L
Neitzel, Carl H. and Augusta
Neitzel, Willie
Nettekoven, Peter W. and Bertha C
Neubauer, Gustave and Meta
Nichols, Homer K
Nieman, Larold
Noss, Anna
Noss, Emile
Noss, Henry
Noss, Otto
Notzkl, Elsie
O'Laughlin, Lisa Ann
Otto, Oscar
Pahlow, Sophie
Paulick, Arthur J
Paulick, Jack and Dennis
Paulick, Vineta M
Paulos, William P. and family
Phelps, Margaret Schumacher
Pittelkow, Alberta L
Pollnow, August F
Pollnow, Lillie Gartman
Pollnow, Mathilda
Pommerening, Albert C
Potratz, George O
Potschaider, William F. and Norma
Priebe, Elizabeth
Priem, William and Hilda
Procknow, William E. and Clara W
Promer, Travis J
Raddatz, Harvey A
Radichel, Daniel W. and Meta T
Raether, Augusta
Rasmussen, Rhea
Rehm, Joseph
Reimertshofer, Susan J
Reinke, Emil C. and Bertha E
Reinke, Robert
Rhyner, Herman J. and Louise A
Rollins, Charles E. and Lillie
Romlow, Archie T
Rosanske, Anna M
Rosanske, Augusta
Rosanske, Fred W
Rosenthal, Richard and Margaret
Rothe, Carla Koehn
Ruddy, James V
Rule, Benjamin and Tomajean C
Runke, Martha M
Rushkofske, John F. and Augusta
Rutz, Emile
Rutz, Herbert
Rutz, Ludwig
Rymer, Gregory R
Sagmeister, Jason Richard
Salzsieder, Arthur and Anita
Samp, Ernest G. and Ferrald A
Sanders, Robert G
Sawall, Paul and Ida T
Scheuerman, Paul Conrad
Schiessl, Anna Loos
Schiessl, Cynthia Kay
Schiessl, John Max
Schindel, Martha
Schneider, Carl W
Schneider, Emilie
Schneider, Karl
Schneider, Walter P. and Ida E
Schoblasky, Clarence and Ruth
Schoenick, Lester H. and Elaine M
Schroeder, Charles and unclear
Schultz, Emil W
Schultz, John W. and Emma
Schumacher, Caroline
Schumacher, Erma
Schumacher, Frederick
Schumacher, William
Schweder, Sylvia E
Sievers, Carl J. and Betty S
Sklaar, Richard L. and Lois Louise
Slover, Edna I
Smick, LaVern, A
Sonnenberg, Bernice A
Sonnenberg, Orville G
St. John, Minnie
Steinborn, Adolph
Steinborn, Clara
Steinhilber, Adolph and Christine
Steinkraus, Gustav and Henrietta
Stern, Florence
Stockinger, Frank X
Stockinger, Justin
Stockinger, Theresa
Straveler, Marlene
Strohschein, Henry A
Strohschein, Louise B
Stroschein, Karl
Tank, Christine
Tank, Frederica
Tank, Marcelle
Tank, Sylvia
Techlow, Robert A. and Erma V
Tollard, Amanda S
Tollard, Raymond D
Treichel, Fridricke
Treichel, Friederich
Uttech, Dorothy Rose
Uttech, Leonard C. and Irene B
Uttech, Leonard C
Van Heuklon, unclear (infant)
Voight, Dale
Voss, Harvey C. and Margaret M
Wachholz, Adella L
Wachholz, Otto and Mary B
Wachholz, Walter C
Wadkins, Mable
Wagner, Thomas E
Walter, Anita M
Walter, Dorothy A
Ward, John N. and Hattie
Warnke, Edward J. and Ruth E
Warnke, Richard W. (infant)
Warren, Jack and Edna
Weed, Chester E
Weed, Linda E
Wenhardt, Johann
Westphal, June
Witzke, Donald C
Wolk, Donald E
Zager, Carlton Leo
Zager, Leo F. and Anna K
Zemke, Maurine
Zentner, Ellwood G. and Anna B
Zentner, Leslie G
Zick, Albert and Johanna
Zick, Albert E.G
Zick, Carl F.R
Zick, Mildred
Ziebell, Erna A
Ziegenhagen, Anna
Ziegenhagen, Herman
Ziegenhagen, Martha
Zilz, Arthur A. and Mae G
Zilz, Charles F
Zilz, Ervin A. and Laura E
Zilz, Nancy Mae
Zimmerman, Jacob and Magdalena
Zobel, Karl
Zuehlke, Herbert and Beatrice

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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.

This page was last updated 20 November 2012