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Forest Home Cemetery

Milwaukee County Wisconsin Genealogy

History

Chartered in 1849 and dedicated in August 1850. It was established in 1849 by the Vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Seventy-two acres of land formerly owned by the Hull family. Much of the land was on the main part of the virgin forest of the area, hence the name Forest Home. Through the years 1850 to 1910 land purchases brought the total land to 200 acres. The cemetery is on the National Register of Historic Places. Forest Home is a public trust administered by the rector, wardens and vestry of St. Paul's. More on the founding of Forest Home

Forest Home is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the country. There are still many towering trees of the original forest, and the grounds are well kept by planting young trees amongst the old to preserve the restful beauty of the land.

Just inside the main entrance on Forest Home and Lincoln avenue you will find the Administration Building. This building contains of vaults with complete records and names of lot owners.

The management has been held as a sacred trust by the Vestry of St. Paul's to benefit all the people of Milwaukee. The grounds have been enlarged and now contain over 200 acres. Making one of the largest in area within the confines of the county.

In an 1857-58 Milwaukee City Directory it is listed as located On the Janesville Plank Road, two miles from the city.

Some of the land for the cemetery was purchased from Henry Vianden, Pioneer Artist in Milwaukee.

Soldiers' Lot

This reservation comprises Lots numbered 5, 6, 7, and 8, in block No. 5, of Section NO. 24, in "Forest Home Cemetery," near the city of Milwaukee, and is situated in the Town of Lake, fronting on the Plank Road leading from Milwaukee to Janesville, in Milwaukee County. The title is as follows:
Deed from The Rector, Wardens and Vestrymen of St. Paul's Chuch in the City of Milwaukee, dated November 11, 1872, conveying the above property. Recorded in Vol. 129, page 121, etc., of the deed records of Milwaukee County. Source: United States Military Reservations National Cemeteries and Military Parks, prepared in the office of the Judge Advocate General, United States Army, Revised Edition, 1910; by Lewis W. Call, Chief Clerk and Solicitor.

Interments

Items in brackets [ ] were sent in by a researcher (see contributors page) or the information was obtained from an obituary

DAR = From the DAR Collection on file with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Chapter, DAR, Mrs. Clark Roby, chairman, Mrs. Grace White Jones, Mrs. Willard Wilner.

Some of the data was obtained from the website www.oldbones.net. There are some very nice photographs of some of the stones at Forest Home on this site.

See a map of the cemetery
Forest Home Cemetery Lot Owners 1871
Born in Maine and cremated at Forest Home Cemetery, buried elsewhere

Burials, Interments, Inurnments

ABRESCH:
Charles/manufacturer/d. Apr 27, 1912/Source: Milwaukee Necrology; 
		Published by The Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914
Katherine/wife of Charles
Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page

AHRENS:
See WELKE

ALDRICH:
[James/d. 1973]

ALLEN:
[George]
[Mrs. Rufus]
[Rufus]
[Wyeth]

ALLIS:
[Section 36, Lots 11 & 12]	Edward/b. May 12, 1824/d. April 1, 1889 
					(Founder of Allis Chalmers)
					Edward P./founder Allis-Chalmers Works/
					d. Apr 1, 1889
					Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by The 
					Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914

ANNEKE:
Mathilde/b. April 3, 1817/d. November 25, 1884 (Social Reformer, Suffragist)

ANNES:
Clarke Howell/b. Sept. 10, 1883 Tallman, MI/d. March 19, 1922/son of
	Alonzo L. and Katie Belle (Hubbard) Annes

ARNDT:
[Lot 19 Blk 1 Sec. B Grave 2]	Fred William/b. Feb. 8, 1872/d. Nov. 17, 1874
[not next to Fred William above]Elsa/b. Jan 30, 1876/d. Feb. 24, 1888

ARNOLD:
Waldo Robert "Scoop" Arnold/d. 1946/age 50

ARRAS: 
Christian/d. October 6, 1895/age 62 years, 536 Third avenue, October 8, 1895/
burial permit obtained, no obit found

ATWOOD:
H.H./d. 29 Feb. 1868/Veteran of War of 1812/cause "senility"/d. at Milw.
	Soldiers Home
	
AUGER: Herm. W./May 2, 1876/by wagon
	Source: Index to Milw. County Coroners Records 1873-1890/burial information sent in by researcher/
	see contributors page.

AUGUSTUS:
[Masonic Lots, Sec. 10]  Constantine A. Augustus/b. November 16, 1841 Portugal/
				d. January 22, 1890/U.S. naval service Civil War

BACON:
Emma R./b. 24 Oct 1833 Augusta ME/d. 21 Aug 1892

BADING:
Gerhard Adolph (Gerhard A./1870/d. April 11, 1946
	(Mayor of Milw. 1912-1916, U.S. Minister to Ecuador 1922-29)

BADGER:
Eben/b. 1831 Bangor ME/d. 2 Dec 1914

BAILIE:
Sarah Jane/b. 1824 ME/d. 24 Oct 1862

BAIRD:
[Mrs. Gertrude (Tapping)]

BARKER:
Lucy E./b. 11 Dec 1829 ME/d. 17 Apr 1901


BARTH:
Emma Barth/d. August 10, 1891/boat accident/17 years old
Albert Barth/d. August 10, 1891/boat accident/20 yrs old
Martha Kindling/d. August 10, 1891/boat accident/daughter of Louis Kindling
Bella Siegler/d. August 10, 1891/boat accident/daughter of Leopald Siegler

BARTHALMEW:
Elvira/b. 7 Jun 1875 ME/d. 22 Jul 1898

BARTLETT:
Dr. John W. Bartlett/born in Portsmouth, N.H., 1816/d. November 26th, 1889 Los Angeles, Calif.
	cremated and buried in Forest Home December 14, 1889  

BEAN:
Mary E./b. Bangor ME/d. 4 May 1894/76 yrs old
Susan C./b. 12 Jul 1819 Bangor ME/d. 11 Dec 1902

BECKER:
Christian/geb. 20.Feb.1855/Gest. 9.Jun.1895/Gatte (husband)

BEDELL:
Elithia/b. 24 Aug 1798 ME/d. 27 Apr 1882

BEEMER:
Jacob E./d. Sep 30, 1844/age 8 mon 4 days
[Source: DAR]

BENJAMIN:
David M./b. 28 Jul 1834 Livermore ME/d. 30 May 1892

BERGER: 
Victor Luitpold/b. Feb. 28, 1860 Nieder-Rehbach, Austria-Hungary/d.  Aug. 7, 1929 
	(US Congressman. Known as the "Father of American Socialism" for his role 
	 in founding the American Socialist Party with Eugene V. Debs)

BERMAN:
Joy/d. 15-Mart-00/Jewish 

BERNARD:
See WEISSERT 

BERNHARDT:
[Lot 8, Blk 5 Sec-E]	Anna Margaret/b. 10 Sep 1858/d. 22 Jan 1934/wife of Henry/
				daughter of George Gutmann 

BIERBAUM:
Bierbam Monument/no other data at this time
[Lot 8 Blk 4 Sec. 6] 	Purchaser of Lot Frank A. Bierbaum
			Theodore/b. Jun 4, 1841/d. Sept. 11, 1902/bur. Sept. 14, 1902
			Maria/b. July 28, 1840/d. Sept. 23, 1902/bur. Sept 25, 1902
			Frank A./b. Dec. 11, 1864/d. May 9, 1915/bur. May 12, 1915

BIERDERMAN:
Magdalena/frau/V A.J./d. Feb 1858/age: 33 yr
[Source: DAR]

BILANSKY:
[Rt. Rev. Louis J.]

BLACK:
Elizabeth Black/b. 17 July 1807/d. 9 March 1897 Milwaukee/buried: 12 March 1897
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records
	
BLAIR:
Harriet F./b. 9 Jan 1826 ME/d. 21 Oct 1911
Lucy R./b. 1817 Atkinson ME/d. 14 May 1869 Belvidiere WI

BLATZ:
Mausoleum Crypt/large crypt that looks like a fortress with iron gate
Valentine/b. October 1, 1826/d. May 26, 1894(Businessman. Beer Magnate who founded 
	the Blatz Breweries in Milwaukee, Blatz produced Milw. first bottled beer)
	(Valentine/brewer/May 26, 1894/Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by 
	The Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914)

BOWEN:
Edwin K./b. 23 Oct 1835 Buckport ME/d. 1 Jul 1887

BRADLEY:
Edward/b. 17 Mar 1842 Bangor ME/d. 26 May 1911
Alice Mentora/b. 1845 ME/d. 27 Feb 1897 Chicago IL

BRANTON:
James/ d. Apr 4, 1852/45y/Native of Eng. [Source: DAR]
John S./d. Oct 9, 1852/5 mon [Source: DAR]
Alfred A./d. June 26, 1853/4 yr [Source: DAR]

BRAZIER:
William H./b. 24 Jan 1848 Portland ME/d, 17 Sep 1900

BREW:
Brew Monument/no other data at this time

BRIGHAM:
Mary A./b. 8 Jul 1838 Eastport ME/d. 13 Sep 1894

BROWN:
James Sproat (James S.)/b. Feb. 1, 1824 Hampden, Penobscot County, Maine/
	d. April 15, 1878 Chicago/State Attorney General, mayor of Milwaukee 1861,
	US Representative)
Hannah Twitchell/b. 7 Nov 1828 ME/d. 4 Mar 1911
Susan Judith/b. 17 Oct 1810 Waterville ME/d. 8 Sep 1897

BRUESKE: 
See KLIEF

BRUMDER: 
[Edward J./d. Jan 20, 1998]

BURDICK:
Mary M./b. 26 Aug 1863 ME/d. 28 Sep 19

BURGESS:
Joshua/b. 1 Mar 1805 ME/d. 12 Nov 1882

BURROUGHS:
[George/d.1921]
[George F./d.1917]
[Edward S./d. July 26, 1941

BURROUGHS:
See WILLIAMS

BUTTERFIELD:
Norman C./b. 8 Apr 1860 Phillips ME/d. 2 Mar 1906

CABEEN:
David/b. 11 Jun 1830 Strong ME/d. 21 Jan 1908
Thomas J./b 10 Nov 1832 Salem ME/d 1 Sep 1901

CADWELL:
Orville/July 14, 1828/August 5, 1850/ first resident of Forest Home
	Cemetery

CALLAWAY:
[Capt. Wm.]

CALLIGAN:
Julia Amanda (WEST)/b. 25 March 1863 Racine/d. 11 Sept. 1p33/bur: 13 Sept. 1933/
	cause Colon Cancer/daughter of George R. & Margaret (McRitchie) West
[Lot 11 Block 3 Section 45]	Frank/b. 18 July 1860 at Fort Dodge, Webster County, 
					IA/d. 18 Feb. 1913 in Milw./son of Michael L. 
					& Catherine (McGee) Calligan

CAMP:
Hoel H./b. January 27, 1822/d. May 22, 1901

CARLETON:
Lydia A./b. 2 May 1829 ME/d. 12 Sep 1885
Nancy A./b. 5 Apr 1821 ME/d. 11 Apr 1891
Susan B./b. 10 Apr 1828 ME/d. 11 Oct 1870
William J./b. 11 Jan 1815 ME/d. 10 Feb 1891

CARPENTER:
Matthew Hale/b. 1824/d. 1881 (United States Senator from Wisconsin, serving from 
	1869 to 1875)

CHANDLER:
Henry H./b. 1 Mar 1837 Lewiston ME/d. 28 Feb 1896
Joel B./b. 8 Apr 1834 ME/d. 25 Jul 1902

CHAPELLE:
[Georgette Louise (Dickey) Chapelle]

CHAPMAN:
Chapman Family Stone/no other data at this time
Augustus F./b. 18 Oct 1849 Bethel ME/d. 26 May 1918
John A./b. 13 Sep 1846 ME/d. 15 Jan 1907 Ludington MI
Timothy A./b. 23 May 1824 Gilead ME/d. 10 Mar 1892

CHESTER:
[Mrs. William Merrill ]

CHILDS:
Calvin N./b. 1838 Farmington ME/d. 25 Oct 1901

CHIPMAN:
Achsa Davis/b. 11 Apr 1828 ME/d. 26 Jul 1902 Greenfield WI
Samuel P./b. 2 May 1823 ME/d. 11 Apr 1905

CLARK:
Caroline/b. 11 Jul 1819 ME/d. 20 May 1893
Joseph H. Ward/b. Dover, NH June 8, 1815/d. Milwaukee, Wi  Jan 11, 1859
[Source: DAR]

CLARKE:
Albert B./b. 12 Mar 1874 ME /d. 30 Aug 1942

COLLINGBOURNE:
T.P.(Thomas Pitman)/pioneer painter/Dec 23, 1898
	Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by The Evening 
	Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914
Eliza (SHEPHERD)/wife of Thomas Pitman
3 infant children of Thomas Pitman & Eliza Shephard
Albert B. Collingbourne/son of T.P. & Eliza
Emma Collingbourne/daughter of T.P. & Eliza
Thomas/father of Thomas Pitman
Hannah/mother of Thomas Pitman
Frederick/son of Thomas & Hannah
Mary Ann/wife of Frederick
David Henry/son of Frederick and Mary Ann
(sent in by a researcher/see contributors page)

COLLINS
Kate/d. Apr 10, 1872/b. New York/Age 33/vol. 1 pg. 203
Elias S./b. 2 Sep 1843 ME/d. 6 Nov 1919
Naomi/b. 29 Feb 1840 ME/d. 13 Dec 1919

COLLINS:
See WALTERS

COCKER:
[Section 31]	Hans/d. March 16, 1889
[Section 31]	Augusta/d. March 4, 1903/wife of Hans

CROCKER:
Katie A./b. 1849 ME/d. 1 Aug 1873
Frances S./b. 12 Sep 1838 ME/d. 2 Sep 1906


CROSBY:
[Edward K. (Bing)]

CUMMINGS:
William Warren/b. 5 May 1874 Waterford ME/d. 11 May 1942

CRUMWELL:
See Owens

CURRIE:
[Herbert]

CUTLER:
Gen. Lysander/b. February 16, 1807/d. July 30, 1866
	(Civil War Brig. Gen., orginally commander of the 6th Wisconsin 
	 Infantry, of the Iron Brigade)
Catherine/b. 29 Jul 1809 Livermore ME/d. 1 Mar 1888 Peoria IL
Esther/b ME/d 10 Apr 1888/81 yrs old
Fred S./b. 25 Oct 1853 ME/d. 3 Oct 1861
Harry G./b. Dexter ME/d. 28 Jun 1928 Chicago IL
John D., Dr./b. 26 Jan 1858 Bangor ME/d. 26 Nov 1927 Los Angeles CA
Joseph C./b. 16 Nov 1934 Dexter ME/d. 1 Mar 1911 Detroit MI
William Graham/b. 17 Sep 1831 Dexter ME/d. 3 Feb 1916 Oak Park IL

CUTTER:
Charles C., Dr./b. 1 Nov 1861 Bangor ME/d. 1 Dec 1891
Harriet M./b. 4 Nov 1823 ME/d. 28 Jan 1897

DAVIDSON:
William G. 
	(Businessman. Co-founder of the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Corperation)

DAVIS:
Lottie A./b. 7 Dec 1839 Noridgewock ME/d. 6 Sep 1917

DESTELLINA:
Madam Alice/b 21 Oct 1840 ME/d. 25 dfec 1893

DEWEY:
Charles C. Jr./b. 13 Jun 1810/d. 1887/son of Charles C. 
	Dewey/husband of Olive Sackett

DICKENS:
Flora/b. July 20, 1868 Milwaukee/d. Sept. 20, 1939

DICKINSON:
Mary R./b. 29 Jun 1828 Portland ME/d. 6 Sep 1903 Cambridge MA

DICKSON:
Marcia/b. 13 Mar 1836 ME/d. 19 Nov 1932 Chicago IL

DIVINE:
Albert Franklin /only son of Sarah & James/M. 23, 1851/July 22, 1861
[Source: DAR]

DOERR:
[Lucile (Kearney) Doerr/d. 23 Mar 1934/wife of Dr. August Doerr]

DOHERTY:
Josephine (Octiker)/b. 27 May 1904 Switzerland/d. 24 Jan 1959/OSSW
Theodore Elam/b. 12 Jun 1900 Fairmount IN/d. 21 Aug 1964

DORFNER:
[sec 45 blk 24 lot 11]	Henry/b. 16 Aug 1833/d. 12 Feb 1905/OSSW:
[sec 45 blk 24 lot 11]	Margaritta (Strassburger)/b. 6 Dec 1836/d. 20 Feb 1923

DORWARD:
[lot 4 blk 2 sec 27]  purchased by Martin Dorward 9 Mar 1863
			Martin Bryden Dorward/horticulturist/b. 11 Feb 1815 Montrose, 
				Scotland/d. 02 Mar 1897 Milwaukee/bur. 04 Mar 1897
			Melissa S. (Darling) Dorward/1st wife of Martin/married 07 Sep 1847/
				Rubicon, Dodge Co, WI/b. abt 1819/d. abt 1854/bur originally
				Milwaukee Cemetery, reinterred at Forest Home
			Vincent P. Dorward/child of Martin & Melissa/b. abt 1852 Milwaukee/
				d 1864 Milwaukee
			Isabella M (Dickie) Dorward/2nd wife of Martin/married 04 Jan 1856
				Milwaukee/b 04 Jan 1832 Montrose, Scotland/d 17 Feb 1913 in 
				Oregon/bur 01 Mar 1913
			Isabelle Clements/believed to be a grandchild of Martin/child of Almira
				Dorward and Robert Clements/bur 30 Apr 1886
			Unnamed child of Almira Dorward and Robert Clements/bur 01 Dec 1896
			Agnes C. Clements/child of Almira Dorward and Robert Clements/
				b Dec 1897/d Apr 1915/bur 21 Apr 1915
			Martin Bryden Dorward/son of Martin and Isabella/b Mar 1860 Milwaukee/
				d Jun 1909/bur 16 Jun 1909
			Submitted by a researcher, some death information also from Milwaukee
			Necrology; Published by The Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914

DOUGLAS:
Mary Jane/wife of John/d Apr 27, 1838/23y, 5m, 2d [Source: DAR]

DOWNER:
Downer Monument/no other data

DOWNS:
John H./b. 28 Dec 1809 ME/d. 26 Apr 1891

EBELL:
Otto Ebell/b. 17 January 1867 West Bend, Wisconsin/d. 11 February 1897 Milwaukee/buried: 14 February 1897
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records

ERDMANN:
Hermann Erdmann/b. 5 October 1822/d. 12 January 1897 Milwaukee/buried: 15 January 1897/
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records
	
EGGERS:
William H./b. 1855/d. 10 Dec 1887 Jones Island Milw./
	1st Husband of Amelia Thompson

ELROY:
John M./d. Sep 18, 1850/35y
[Source: DAR]

ELDRIDGE:
John H./b. Mar 1807? ME/d. 8 Jul 1877

EMERY:
Sara C./b. 24 Oct 1835 Minot ME/d. 15 Dec 1923

ERICH:
Elaborate stone/no other data at this time

ESTABROOK:
Lois A./b. 23 Sep 1823 Brunswick ME/d. 22 Apr 1900

FARRINGTON:
Clara D./b. 9 Jan 1832 Bridgeton ME/d. 10 Apr 1914

FELTEN:
Vater/Nikolaus Felten/Geb 30 Mai 1834/Gest 22 Jan 1882/
	(b. May 30, 1834 Waldorf, Ahrweiler Germany/d. Jan. 22, 
	1882/husband of Anna Schmitz
 
FINCH:
Amasa J./b. October 19, 1841/d. May 12, 1878
	(Civil War Union Army Officer. Served as Major of the 12th United 
	 States Colored Troops, and received a brevet of Colonel, US Volunteers)

FISHER:
Charlotte/b. 28 Jul 1840 Eastport ME/d. 24 Dec 1893

FITCH:
Fitch Family Stone/no other data at this time

FLINT:
Mary F./b. 1835 Norridgewock ME/d. 28 Sep 1894
Mrs. M./b. 1808 ME/d. 7 Jan 1872

FOELSKE:
Milton E./d. July 19 in East Brunswick, NJ/age: 72

FONEY:
Mary A./ wife of Joseph/1805/Dec 9, 1857
[Source: DAR]

FONTANNE:
See LUNT

FOSRTECH:
Mable? Fosrtech?/b. 21 March 1896/d. 2 April 1897 Milwaukee/buried: 4 April 1897
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records

FOSTER:
Laura Helen/b. 8 Apr 1834 ME/d. 26 Mar 1896

FOX:
Augusta R./b. 28 Feb 1908 Bangor ME/d. 1 Sep 1914
Frank N./1842-1925/Inscription on stone reads:
	When the Civil War Broke out in 1861, enlisted in the 24th Reg. 
	Wis. Vol. Inf., participated in all the battles in which his 
	regiment was engaged.  Was wounded at the battle of Chicamauga, 
	Ga., Sept. 19, 1863, again severely wounded at the battle of 
	Resaca, Ga., May 14, 1864.  Returned to Milwaukee with his 
	regiment at the end of the war. 

FULDNER:
Fuldner Monument

FURNESS:
Geo./d. Nov 3, 1844/29y
[Source: DAR]

GABRIEL:
Claude Antone Gabriel/b.  15 Feb 1935/d. 13 Nov 1999 Newton, Manitowoc 
	County WI/age 64/son of Antone Gabriel and Claudia Fullada/
	occupation Lumberman/husband of Marion Hayes (information 
	submitted by a researcher/see contributors page)

GARDNER:
Edwin R./b. 6 Nov 1828 ME/d. 30 Oct 1853

GARNER:
Katie H./b. 15 Jun 1855 Bangor ME/d. 14 Sep 1856

GASCOINGNE:
William/infant son of M.A./ d. Apr 28, 1853/ 10m  14d [Source: DAR]

GERLACH:
Gerlach Monument/no other data at this time

GILMER:
[Dr. T. L.]

GIBBS:
Albert/b. 23 Sep 1837 ME/d. 11 Oct 1905 Chicago IL

GILPATRICK:
Martin P./b. 20 Dec 1849 E. La Maine ME/d. 27 Mar 1918

GLOUT:
Ellen /d. Aug 12, 1857/ 9y  9m
Albert Henry/d. Sep 5, 1857/ 1y   1m
Children of Joseph & Sarah
[Source: DAR]

GODFREY:
Edwin Rice/b. 30 Apr 1842 ME/d. 1 Jun 1922

GOODWIN:
[Lot 8, Block 7, Sec. 27]  George B. Goodwin/b. December 18th, 1834 at Dansville, N.Y./
				d. May 1st, 1886/Colonel, 41st Wis. Vol. Infantry Civil War

GOWER:
Alice/b. 17 Oct 1863 Bangor ME/d. 23 Jan 1944

GRAEFENSTEIN:
[Theodore F./b: Jan. 13, 1869/d: Nov. 11, 1930]
[Emma (Reimer)/b: Aug. 21, 1873/d: Dec. 30, 1937/wife of Theodore]
[Arthur F./b: Nov. 8, 1896/d: July 25, 1929/son of Theodore and Emma]
[Alma A./b: Dec. 26, 1896/d: May 23, 1962/wife of Arthur]
[Karl A./b: Feb. 18, 1925/d: Mar. 31, 1995]
[Raymond/b: May 28, 1898/d: Oct 22, 1907]

GRAHAM:
Frances M./b. 7 Jan 1847 ME/d. 18 Jun 1892

GRANT:
Almira E./b. 1831 ME/d. 10 Dec 1859
Jackson/b.23 Nov 1832 Bangor ME/d. 12 Dec 1896
Mary/b. 13 Oct 1792 ME/d. 13 Oct 1860
Nathan U./b. 23 Sep 1855/d. 18 May 1935

GRAY:
Charles F./b. 26 Dec 1842 Kennebec ME/d. 28 Sep 1914

GROSS:
Elizabeth/wife of Wm. H./d. Aug 8, 1850/ 58y
[Source: DAR]

GROVER:
Newton/b. 12 Jun 1836, Waterford ME/d. 9 Sep 1896

GRUBB:
See MARSHALL

GUGLER:
Gugler Family Stone
Frida/1874-1966
Ralph/1885-1958
Gretchen/1879-1966

GUTENKUNST:
Augusta Gutenkunst/d. 1934
Mrs. Sigrid Gutenkunst/d. 1957

-MOSSIN: (this entry transcribed with the Hs)
John Geo./d. Nov. 1, 1906
Peter Ludwig/May 14, 1816/Aug 6, 1872
Octavia/Apr 3, 1819/Jan 5, 1888
[Source: DAR]

HAASE:
August/b. 24 Nov 1833 in Dazig, Prussia/d. 20 Apr. 1882/
	husband of Bertha Witte

HAEFNER:
Haefner Family Stone/no other data at this time

HAGER:
See MARSHALL

HALEY:
Richard C./b. 9 May 1844 ME/d. 25 Oct 1916

HAMILTON:
Charles/b. November 16, 1822/d. April 17, 1891
	(Civil War Union Major General)

HAMMOND:
Maria D./b. 1825 ME/d. 14 Dec 1884

HANSEN:
[Ursula]

HANSON:
Moses P./b. 11 Jun 1812 Buxton Me/d. 18 Jan 1893

HAYES: 
See PECK

HAYWOOD:
Dudley/b. 1805 ME/d. 23 May 1852

HAZELTON:
Gerry Whiting/b. Feb. 24, 1829 Chester, NH/d. Sept. 29, 1920
	(nephew of Clark Betton Cochrane, brother of George Cochrane Hazelton,
	Member Wis State Senate, 1860, US Represenative 2nd District 1871-75)

HERRIMAN:
William H.H./d. Aug 19, 1850/11y  11m  10d
Jerusha M./d. Jun 19, 1850/12y  11m  9d
Oldest son & youngest daughter of Dr. A. & Julia Aron/Feb 11, 1808/June 2, 1869
[Source: DAR]

HERRING:
Angeline/b. 17 Apr 1813 ME/d. 30 Jan 1859
Deborah/b. 14 Jan 1783 ME/d. 4 Jul 1858
Henry A./b. 1837 ME/d. 12 Apr 1857 Racine WI

HERZFELD:
Carl/b. 22 Jan 1865 Bielefeld, Westfalia Germany/d. 13 May 1930:
OSSW Helene, John & Richard, reinterred from Vahala Cem.:
sec 36 lot 37 & 38 mausoleum

HERZFELD:
[sec 36 lot 37 & 38]	Helene (Phillipson)/b. 30 Jan 1872 Altoona Germany/
				d. 21 Jan 1932/mausoleum/OSSW:
[sec 36 lot 37 & 38]	John Martin/b. 16 Sep 1896/d. 7 Jan 1970/mausoleum/
				OSSW: 
[sec 36 lot 37 & 38]	Richard Phillip/b. 9 Jan 1898/d. 7 Mar 1980/mausoleum

HIBBARD:
Susan M./b. 16 Dec 1847 Freedom ME/d. 22 Nov 1901

HICKMAN:
Addie I./b. 19 Feb 1859 ME/d. 16 Feb 1946
Albert I./b 26 Mar 1866 ME/d. 26 Oct 1945
Charles J./b. 1 Jun 1863 ME/d. 22 Mar 1931 St. Louis MO
David/b. 3 Mar 1861 ME/d. 11 Mar 1925
George A./b 31 Aug 1867 ME/d. 1 Nov 1949
John P./b. 29 Sep 1853 ME/d. 5 Dec 1932
Laura E./b. 5 Nov 1868 ME/d. 8 Sep 1941
Samuel E./b. 27 Jun 1854 Pembroke ME/d. 23 Jul 1916 Chicago IL
William H./b. 3 Jun 1857 ME /d. 4 Apr 1923

HILL:
Moses, Jr. /formerly of Wayne Co., NY/d. Mar 1,1843 in his 22nd year in Lyons
[Source: DAR]
Joseph F./b. 6 Feb 1827 Bangor ME/d. 14 Apr 1888

HILTON:
Samson/b. Apr 1804 ME/d. 16 Jun 1854

HOBART:
Harrison Carroll/b. January 31, 1815/d. January 23, 1902
	(Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General)

HOBBARD:
Clara A./b. 26 Sep 1847 ME/d. 26 Sep 1907

HOBUS:
[Herbert/d.June 3, 1922]

HOLMES:
Susan Knowles/b. 2 Aug 1841 Corinna ME/d. 21 Jul 1920 Minneapolis MN

HOOKE:
George Frederick/b. ---1857 ME/d. 9 Mar 1895

HOTCHKISS:
Francis Goodrich Hotchkiss/June 11, 1851/May 12, 1891

HOWARD:
Charles D./b. 9 Jan 1842 Hallowell ME/d. 19 Nov 1901
Martha H./b. 10 Dec 1844 Hollowell ME/d. 27 Oct 1905

HUBBARD:
See ANNES

HUNTER:
[Jennie]

HUNTINGTON:
[Lot 8, Block 10, Sec. 34] Charles P. Huntington/b. Connecticut/d. September 9th, 1890/
				Private in C. F., 24th Wis. Vol. Infantry Civil War/
				afterwards Major of the 1st U.S. Engineers

HURD:
Elizabeth/b. Mar 1826 ME/d. 28 Nov 1857
	
HUSTIG:
Georg Hustig/b. 3 January 1867/d. 19 November 1896/buried: 22 November 1896/b. 3 January 1867
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records

HUTCHINS:
Elijah S.  /d. Feb 3, 1858/62y
Anna Margretta/Jul 25, 1850/Oct 15, 1861
Godfrey Benj./Aug 1, 1852/Oct 19, 1861
[Source: DAR]

ILSLEY:
Edward/b. 8 Apr 1798 Portland ME/d. 3 May 1886
Ellen D./b. 21 Dec 1802 Portland ME/d. 14 Dec 1890

ISLEY:
Fredrick S./b. 10 Jul 1833 East Porte ME/d. 15 Dec 1898

JACOBS:
Theresa A./b. 10 Oct 1830 No. Appleton, ME/d. 19 Feb 1904

JAMES:
[Lot 4, Block 1, Sec. 25]  Garth W./b. July 21st, 1845 New York City/d. Nov. 15th, 1883/
				Private in Co. F, 44th Regt. Mass. Vol. Infy. Civil War

JOERS:
Family stone in Germany/Ruhest Aette Der Familie Joers

JOHNSON:
Achsa D./b. 1821 Strong ME/d. 31 Oct 1851

JONES:
Abigail/b. 4 Dec 1824 Maine/d. 26 Feb 1912 Milwaukee, WI
George B./b. 12 Apr 1850 Maine/d. 23 Apr 1906 Milwaukee, WI

JUNEAU:
[Charles G.]

KADISH:
[Victor H.]

KEARNEY:
See DOERR

KHOTIMSKAYA:
Fanya/b.27-Jan-1906/d.18-Nov-2002/Jewish

KILBOURN:
Byron/1801-1870 (One of Milw. Three founders)

KILGORE:
Calvin/b. 24 Oct 1824, Lovel ME/d. 12 Sep 1891

KINDLING:
See BARTH
		
KINGSLEY:
John H./b. Maine/d. 12 May 1871		

KIRBY:
Abner/b. 11 Apr 1818, Skowhegan, ME/d. 21 Sep 1893		
Charlotte/b. 183?, Conaan, ME/d. 3 Jan 1856		
Justus/b. Dec 1804, Starks, ME/d. 19 Jul 1884		
Mary/b. Aug 1808, Maine/d. 8 Jun 1869		
Miss Mary E./b. 30 Nov 1828, Maine/d. 31 Dec 1891		

KISSINGER:
J.P. (tall monument)

KLATT:
C. Klatt/OSSW:
Louise Klatt/1839-1924/OSSW:
Carl Klatt/1839-1897

KLETT:  
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Anton E./Aug 1, 1834/Dec 4, 1902
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Margratta/Apr 10, 1857/Sept 13, 1909
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Albert G./March 21, 1864/Oct 23, 1931
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Emilie/June 12, 1865(?)/May 7, 1937
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Edward J./June 12, 1871/May 7, 1937
[Lot 24,  Block 4,  Section 45] Charles/Dec 2, 1868/May 7, 1937
[Lot 8, Blk. 7 Section E grave 1]
	       single Grave sect] Albert/no dates
[Lot 6. Blk 8, Section E,grave 10]
	       single grave sect] Genevieve/no dates

KLIEF:
Edward Raymond William/b. 13 Sept 1913 in Milw/d. 14 Nov 1995 
	in Milw/bur: 17 Nov 1995/husband of Olive Schlitz/son of
	Charles(carl) Klief and Hanna Brueske

KOEHLER:
[Lot 30, Block 11 Sec. B]  Henry Koehler/b. Germany/d. February 7th, 1888, aged nearly 56 years/
				1st N.J. Vol. Infantry Civil War

KOOTZ:
[Arthur C.]

KUMMEL:
Annie K./b. 4 Feb 1839, Calaise, ME/d. 11 May 1904	

KURZ:
Rose Kurz/d. 1920

LAKIN:
George W./b. 29 Mar 1816, Harrison, ME/d. 13 Sep 1884
		
LARKIN:
Statria Clark/b. 26 Feb 1828, Danville, ME/d. 26 Jun 1903

LATHROP:
Rodney/son of Geo. D. & C.A./d. Aug 15, 1855/ 11m  14d [Source: DAR]
		
LEFEBER:
Edith Paine/b. 14 Sep 1868, New Vineyard, ME/d. 23 Jan 1960

LEWIS:
Capt. Charles Sr./d.  April 20, 1880/Port Washington Lighthouse keeper
Maria/b. New Haven, Oswego County, NY/d. Jan. 27, 1897 at Port Washington
	Lighthouse/age 76
		
LIBBEY:
George F./b. 20 Aug 1893, Augusta ME/d. 25 Oct 1970

LIPSCOMB:
Emma/Sep 18, 1856/Dec 18, 1856 [Source: DAR]
Cornelius A./Jan 15, 1858/Aug 15, 1858 [Source: DAR]

LOOCK:
[Fred]

LORD:
See MERRILL
		
LOTZ:
Gertrude/b. 18 Nov 1884, Seal Cove ME/d. 23 Jun 1972

LOUIS:
Mathilde L./d/o J.E. & R. /d. May 23, 1856/ 3y [Source: DAR]
		
LOVE:
Florence/b. 25 Aug 1888, ME/d. 21 Dec 1966
		
LOW:
Amanda M./b. 15 Nov 1839, ME/d. 7 May 1869	
Amos/b. 15 Jun 1802, Bangor, ME/d. 10 Apr 1894
Martha/b. 11 Mar 1800, ME/d. 16 Jan 1887

LUDINGTON:
Harrison/b. July 30, 1812/d. June 17, 1891
	(Wisconsin Governor. Governor of Wisconsin, serving from 1876 to 1878)

LUEFT:
Phillip/1832-1895 (more information on stone)
Catharina/1834-1893 (more information on stone)

LUNT:
[Section 33, Lot 42]	Alfred/b. August 12, 1892/d. August 3, 1977
			Lynn (Fontanne)/b. December 6, 1887/d. July 10, 1983/Cause: 
				pneumonia (Actors/Entertainers. Monument reads 
				"Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne were universally 
				regarded as the greatest acting team in the history 
				of the English speaking theatre. They were married 
				for 55 years and were inseparable both on and off 
				the stage")
		
LUSCHSINGER:
Olive B./b. 18 Feb 1847, ME/d. 31 Dec 1885
		
LYDSTON:
Susan E./b. 2 May 1832, Augusta ME/d. 31 May 1901		

LYNCH:
Voranna C./b. 10 Apr 1852, ME/d. 30 Dec 1906	
William H./b. 24 May 1876, ME/d. 4 Apr 1909		

LYNDE:
William Pitt (William P.)/b. Dec. 16, 1817 Sherburne, Chenango County, NY/
	d. Dec. 18, 1885 (U.S. District Attorney, U.S. Representative, Mayor
	of Milwaukee 1860, State Assemblyman, State Senator)

MACARTHUR:
General Arthur MacArthur/b.June 2, 1845/d. September 5, 1912
moved to Arlington National Cemetery in 1926
MACKIE:
[G.W.]

MAHNKE:
Christina Jacobina (Wallrabenstein)/b. Feb. 28, 1887, Erin, Washington County
	Wis./d. June 5, 1946 Milw./wife of Edward Mahnke/married May 2, 1906 Milw.
Edward/b. Nov. 30, 1885 Milw./d. July 22, 1946 (one month after Christina)/husband
	of Christina
MANIERRE:
[KATHARINE N.]

MANOWSKI:
See SCHOEPSKE

MANTHEY:
August/d. Mar. 1927

MAPLETHORPE:
Wm. /b.  Lincolnshire, Eng./d. Apr 16, 1856/28y
[Source: DAR]

MARSHALL: 
Elizabeth Grubb/1859-1940/(b. Feb. 1, 1859 Madison, Wis)/NEXT TO:
Elizabeth Grubb/wife of Samuel Marshall/Born Aug 28, 1821/Died 
	May 19, 1851/(b. Wilmington, DE)/NEXT TO:
Samuel Marshall/Born Nov 24, 1820/Died Sept 1, 1907/(b. Concord, 
	PA/husband of Emma S. Hager & Elizabeth Grubb)/NEXT TO:
Emma S. Hager/wife of Samuel Marshall/Born Oct 12,1829/Died May 
	27, 1872/(b. Middleburg, VT)/NEXT TO:
Samuel/Son of S & E. G. Marshall/Born Apr 13, 1851/Died July 31, 
	1854/(b. Milw/d Madison)/NEXT TO:
Chas. I. Marshall/1862-1916/(b. Sept. 21, 1862 Madison/d. Apr. 
	1916/husband of Jessie (STONER))

MARSHALL:
See MERRILL

McGEE:
See CALLIGAN

MCGOVERN:
Francis Edward/b. January 21, 1866/d. May 16, 1946
	(Wisconsin Governor. Served as the Governor of Wisconsin from 1911 
	 to 1915. Also served as a Delegate to the Republican National 
	 Convention from Wisconsin in 1912.)

McGREGOR:
[Roy]

McGREW:
Arch. D./d Jul 27, 1857/ 26y  4m  6d
[Source: DAR]

McKEEBY:
Catherine/wife of Edward/d. Aug 30, 1852
[Source: DAR]

MCKENNEY:
Jefferson C./b. 28 Apr 1841 ME/d. 24 Sep 1895

McMANUS:
Alice Helsie (DUNAHEE)/b. 17 May 1901 Albany Township, Pepin County,
	WI/d. 10 Nov 1984 Milw./wife of James Earl McManus

McRITCHIE:
See CALLIGAN

MEIXNER:
[Lydia]
	
MEHLHORN:
Albert Melhorn/b. 25 Aug 1899 (sic)/d. 17 October 1896 Milwaukee/buried: 19 October 1896/b. 25 Aug 1899 (sic)
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records  birthdate recorded as 1899 4  years after he died/death year 
	was in correct sequence of entries in the records, so that is correct.

MELMS:
Edmund T./b. abt 1875/d. Jan 6, 1933/
	(Socialist Leader, Milwaukee County Sheriff, 1915-1917)

MERRILL:
Eunice (Lord)/b. 1789/d. November 10, 1855/DAR grave marker placed October 14, 1929/
	daughter of Jeremiah Lord & Martha (Marshall). Jeremiah Lord served as a 
	Private in the American Revolution/wife of David Merrill
David/b. 1792 ME/d. 12 Mar 1872 Janesville WI
William P,/b. 25 Mar 1816 S. Berwick, ME/d. 25 Jul 1898 Battlecreek MI

MERRYMAN:
Egbert S./b. 28 Apr 1861 Brunswick ME/d. 2 Dec 1900

MIELENZ:
Albert E.]

MILLER:
Henry/b. Dec. 13, 1806/d. Jan 29, 1878 in Sacramento
Nancy (Robinson)/b. May 6, 1808/d. February 15, 1894

MILLS:
John /d. Dec 27, 1852
[Source: DAR]

MITCHELL:
Alexander/b. Ellon Aberdeenshire, Scotland Oct. 17, 1817/d. New York 
	April 19, 1887 (father of John Lendrum Mitchell/US Representative)
John Lendrum/b. October 19, 1842/d. June 29, 1904
	(U.S. Congressman, Senator. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 
	4th District in the United States House of Representatives, 
	serving from 1891 to 1893. Senator from Wisconsin, serving from 
	1893 to 1899. Member of Wisconsin State Legislature)
[Section 32]	William "Billy"/b. December 29, 1879/d. January 19, 1936
			(United States Army General, Aviation Pioneer)

MOWER:
[Lot 12, Block 14, Sec. 16]  Samuel C. Mower/b.  March 29th, 1842 Boston, Mass/
				d. April 10th, 1885/Captain of C. K, 4th Wis. Cavalry
				Civil War

MORRISON:
Charlie/son of W.R. and A. J. Morrison/Died Nov. 21, 1883/
	Aged 11 y'rs and 7 D's

MORROW:
William/b. 5 Jan 1843 Bangor ME/d. 4 May 1905 Buffalo NY

MORSE:
Delia Ellen/b. 24 Mar 1834 ME/d. 15 Apr 1920
Marguerite/b. 11 Oct 1862 Carrebon ME/d. 17 Feb 1944
Hiram/b. 5 May 1827 Waterville ME/d. August 25, 1903/
		20th Reg. Maine Vol. Civil War

MORSELL:
Elizabeth/d.Dec.3, 1973

MURPHY:
[Lot 8, Block 4, Section 31][James Maxwell ("Max")]
[Elizabeth]

NEWHALL HOUSE:
In Memory Of Those Who Perished By The Burning of the Newhall House/Jan 10, 1883
	Commemorates the death of 74 people who perished
	Newhall House was a local gathering place for social activities 
	such as chess

NICHOLS:
Harriet/b. 1844 ME/d. 4 Sep 1872

NOLL:
See SCHUET/NOLL

NORTHRUP:
[Lot 11, Block 42, Sec. 4]  Ira M. Northrup/b. October 3d, 1841 Madison County, N.Y./
				d. January 21st, 1889/157th N.Y. Infantry Vols. Civil War

NORRIS:
Olivia M./b.27 Jan 1803 ME/d. 15 Apr 1894

NUNNEMACHER:
R./no other data/OSSW:
Pauline/1854-1883/wife of R.

ONIONS:
Elizabeth A./b.18 Jul 1855 ME/d. 24 Jan 1927

OSTHOFF:
Herman Osthoff/d. 1920
 
OTJEN:
Theobald/b. October 27, 1851 St. Clair County Michigan/d. April 11, 1924
	(U.S. Congressman. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 4th District in 
	the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1895 to 1907.
	He was defeated in 1892, 1893 and 1906. He was also an Attorney.)

OWEN:
James M./b.20 Nov 1855 Brunswick ME/d. 26 Feb 1923 Oakland CA

OWENS:
[Emma (Crumwell)/February 9, 1944]
[Joseph Douglas/June 20, 1926/husband of Emma Crumwell]

PABST:
[Section 40, Lot 16]	Fred/1836-1904/d. January 1, 1904/To The Memory of Our Beloved/ 
				(b. March 28, 1836 Thuringia, Germany. Captain on 
				Goodrich Steamer line. Married Miss Best, daughter 
				of Philip Best in 1862. Businessman.  Beer Magnate 
				who founded the Pabst Breweries/Capt. Fred. Pabst/
				brewer/Jan 1, 1904/Source: Milwaukee Necrology; 
				Published by The Evening Wisconsin Company; 
				copyright 1914)

PAGE:
Anna F./b.28 Aug 1811 Feyeburg ME/d. 10 Jul 1880
Horatio N./b.20 Jun 1806 Radford ME/d. 16 Sep 1893

PAIGE:
Joseph/Born June 10, 1820/Died December 9, 1874

PAINE:
Elivira Guild/b.16 Nov 1844 Vineyard ME/d. 27 han 1932
Obed W./b.21 Dec 1838 Anson ME/d. 19 Nov 1924

PARCHIM:
Anna "Anita" Lucille/b. Oct 11, 1899/d. August 23, 1969/bur. August 26, 1969/
	Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page

PARK (S):
Johanna/b.1805 ME/d. 10 May 1875

PARKER:
Charles N. Sr./b.5 Apr 1806 ME/d. 20 Aug 1880
Henry/b.1853 ME/d. 21 Aug 1857
Milton O./b.19 Apr 1843 Liberty ME/d. 24 Nov 1937
Olive E./b.21 Feb 1808 ME/d. 6 Jun 1892

PATTEN:
Sarah B./b.Approx. 90 Dover ME/d. 26 Jan 1924

PAVEY:
[Lot 5, Block 68, Section 4]  William L. Pavey/b. January 17th, 1834 Oswego, N.Y./
				d. New Orleans, La., February 17th, 1885/Lieutenant 
				24th N.Y. Infantry C.C. Civil War/also served in the 
				U.S. Navy.

PAYNE:
Henry Clay/b. November 23, 1845/d. October 4, 1904
	(Presidential Cabinet Secretary)

PECK:
Ellen (Hayes)/d. July 17, 1909/wife of James Sidney Peck/founder of
	Wisconsin Society Daughters of the American Revolution in 1892
George Wilbur (George W.)/b. Sept 28, 1840/d. April 16, 1916/
	(Served in US Army during Civil War/Mayor of Milw. 1890/
	Gov. of Wisc. 1891-95; 1904)

PFISTER:
Guido/d. 1889
	(Established the famous Pfister hotel in Milwaukee. He made a fortune in 
	tanning, and then turned his focus on building a hotel that would be at 
	the heart of Milwaukee. It is said that Guido haunts the halls, making 
	sure that everything is running smoothly./pioneer tanner/Feb 2, 1889/
	Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by The Evening Wisconsin Company;
	copyright 1914)
Charles/d. 1927
	(Finished building the Pfister hotel which opened in 1893)

PHILIPP:
Emanuel Lorenz/b. March 25, 1861/d. June 15, 1925
	(Governor of Wis. 1915-1921)
John J./1876-1950

PILLSBURY Family
Founders of the Pillsbury Dough Co.

PILLSBURY:
Oliver P./b.2 Feb 1826 Newport ME/d. 24 Sep 1890

PIPER:
Mehitable/b.Apr 1828 ME/d. 31 Jan 1861

PITKIN:
See SEMRAD

PLACE:
Charles Edwin/b.26 Oct 1839 ME/d. 20 Jul 1896 Hot Springs SD
Susan A./b.11 Feb Hampden ME/d. 19 Oct 1936 Medford MA

POGERS:
Adaline J./b.25 Mar 1818 Athens ME/d. 8 Nov 1905

PRATT:
Hannah A./b.21 Mar 1815 Waterville ME/d. 21 Jan 1901
Helen E./b.13 May 1829 Bloomfield ME/d. 17 Apr 1920

POPPER:
R. / d. Mar 13, 1858, 38y/Native of Bohemia/erected by his sister, Maria Popper
[Source: DAR]

PORTER:
Caroline /d. Aug 9, 1852/ 16y
[Source: DAR]

PURFUERST:
Hermine Kupfer (FELDT)/b. February 12, 1867, Germany/d. April 26, 1910 Milw./
	wife of Anton
Anton/b. born December 4, 1860 in Schmölln, Germany/d. Aug. 17, 1921 Milw./
	son of Johann Herman Purfürst and Ernestine Müller

RANDALL:
Charles H./b. 28 Oct 1854 ME/d. 8 Aug 1885
Isaac/b. 5 Oct 1827 Wilton ME/d. 22 Apr 1901

RANSAY:
Mary Caroline/b. 18 May 1845 ME/d. 17 Dec 1848

REED:
Rebecca Perly/b. 28 Feb 1840 Brewer ME/d. 26 May 1918

REIMER:
See GRAEFENSTEIN

RHODES:
Samuel B./d. May 21, 1908  age 77 

RICHARD:
George /d. Aug 27, 1855/31y
[Source: DAR]

RICHARDS:
[Lot 8, Block 7, Sec. 4]  Morgan Richards/b. Wales December 25th, 1843/d. August 11th, 1887/
			  William E./b. 14 Sep 1863 Salem ME/d. 31 Mar 1903 Chicago Hts IL

RICHARDSON:
Leonard/b. 17 Dec 1857 ME/d. 9 Mar 1931

RICHTER:
Emma Rand/b. 20 Jun 1863 ME/d. 17 Feb 1939

RICKER:
Julia A./b. 5 May 1830 Camden ME/d. 18 Jun 1907

RIESEN:
[Grace]

RITTER:
[William G.]

RIPLEY:
Walter/ son of Wm. & Sarah/no dates
[Source: DAR]

ROBERTS:
Henry H./b. 10 Nov 1843 ME/d. 5 Mar 1911

ROBINSON:
See MILLER

ROE:
Sarah Ann/wife of Anthony G./Native of Betanworthshire, Eng./d. Jun 4, 1850
Sarah Temperance/Infant daughter of Wm. P.&  Charlotte
William/son of John P. & Charlotte/d. Jun 28, 1861/ 8y  2m
[Source: DAR]

ROGERS:
Charles/b. 15 Nov 1817 Harmony ME/d. 12 May 1910
Charles Cassius/b. 15 Dec 1847 Cambridge ME/d. 11 May 1937
Henrietta A./b. 16 Feb 1849 Belgrade ME/d. 16 May 1886
Mary M./b. 13 Sep 1838 Saregerville ME/d. 11 Jan 1922

ROSS:
[Raymond]

ROUNDY:
Judson A./b. 17 Mar 1818 Bluehill ME/d. 15 May 1907 Fortress Monroe WI
Mary A./b. 15 Sep 1821 Bath ME/d. 6 Oct 1902

ROWLAND:
Emily/Wife of A.J. Rowland/Died July 11, 1867/Aged 43 years

RUGEE:
John/b. January 3, 1827 Lubeck, Germany/d. March 7, 1894/cause: Cancer
	(Architect designed, breweries, churches, grain elevators, and bridges
	 State Assemblyman)

SACKETT:
Lorenzo/b. 15 Nov 1812/d. 15 Oct. 1890/husband of Eliza Stone

SACKETT: 
See DEWEY

SALTZMANN:
[Lot 27 Blk 16 Sec. 64]	Purchaser of lot Mrs. Frederick Saltzmann on
			July 1, 1929
			Frederick/b. 1843/d. Jan. 7, 1915/bur: Forest Home
				July 9, 1929 (Frederick was first buried in Union
				Cemetery but was removed from there to Forest Home
				by his wife)
			Friedericke/b. Jan 23, 1857/d. Oct. 13, 1945

SALZER:
John Casper/1857 Milw./1930/husband of Charlotte Salzer

SANBORN:
Anna E./b. 13 Sep 1847 Brunswick ME/d. 17 Feb 1923 Lewiston ME

SCHLITZ: 
Joseph/1831-1875/when returning to Germany for a visit, lost life at sea
	when the Steamer Schiller wrecked off the coast of England.
	(b. Germany, worked in the brewery with August Krug.  When August died
	Schlitz took brewery management for Anna Marie (widow of August Krug),
	Joesph married Anna Marie in 1858./Joseph/brewer lost on steamer 
	Schiller/May 7, 1875/Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by 
	The Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914)

SCHLITZ: 
See KLIEF

SCHMITZ:
See FELTEN

SCHNEIDER:
Schneider Family Stone/no other data at this time

SCHOEN:
Christ Schoen/no other data/twin girls holding a garland adorn
	the stone

SCHOEPSKE:
Vater/August Schoepske/1855-1936/(b. Sept. 28, 1855 Marienwerder 
	West Prussia/d. Nov. 02, 1936 Milw/husband of Justine 
	Wilhelmina Manowski
Mutter/Minna Schoepske/1857-1932/(Justine Wilhelmina (Manowski) 
	Schoepske/b. 1857 West Prussia/d. 1932 Milw/wife of Karl 
	August Schoepske

SCHROEDER:
Schroeder Family Stone/no other data at this time/inscription reads:
	I am the resurrection and the life, he that believeth in me,
	though he were dead, shall he live; and whoever liveth and
	believeth in me shall never die.

SCHUET/NOLL:
Schuet/Noll Monument

SCHUSTER:
Schuster Family Stone/In Memory of Family Schuster

SCHWEITZER:
Joseph/b. 16 Feb 1867/d. 28 Mar 1953/m. to Amelia 4 Jul 1893
Amelia (Emilie)(Thompson)/b. 2 Jun 1861 Tammany Hall, New York, NY/d. 26 Jan 1946/
	m: 1st William Eggers (see Eggers) m:2nd Joseph Schweitzer

SEAMAN:
[Miss Lauretta A.]

SEMRAD:
Edward F./b. Dec. 11, 1909 Dubuque, IA/d. Dec. 2, 2002/
	husband of Erma Pitkin

SEISER:
August/b. Nov 24, 1856/d. April 14, 1859

SHEPHERD
Elizabeth/mother of Eliza (Shephard) Collingbourne
Joseph/son of Elizabeth/brother to Eliza Collingbourne
wife & children of Joseph are also buried here
Sent in by a researcher/see contributors page

SHEPHERD:
See COLLINGBOURNE

SHERRUM:
[Masonic Lots, Sec. 10]  George D. Sherrum/b. Ohio/d. January 10th, 1890/13th Wis Infantry 
				Vols Civil War

SHIELDS:
Eliza Ann/b. 7 May 1844 Newport ME/d. 22 Oct 1918

SHOLES:
Christopher Latham Sholes/1819-1890/inscription:
	The Father of the Typewriter/Dedicated by/
	The Young Men and Women of America/In
	Grateful Memory of one who/Materially aided in
	The World's Progress
He was born 14 Feb 1819 in PA and died on 17 Feb 1890 in Milwaukee, and was 
known as "The Father of The Modern Typewriter."   He invented it in a little 
shop on State Street in Milwaukee with the help of a couple of other inventors.  
 In 1968 he sold the rights to his typewriter to the Remington Company for 
$12,000.00 and in 1873, Remington began manufacturing the typewriter for sale to 
the public.   

SIEGLER:
See BARTH

SIMPSON:
John/ Jun 28, 1855/43y [Source: DAR]

SINCLAIR:
Jefferson/b. 1800 ME/d. Oct 1855 Janesville WI
Celinda/b. 21 Apr 1810 ME/d. 17 Dec 1859 Janesville WI

SLOCUM:
[Mrs. Gertrude (Smith)]

SLEYSTER:
Dr. Rock Sleyster/d. April 1942/age 69

SMITH:
Smith, A.O. 
	(Founder of A.O. Smith Corporation/manufacturer/
	Jun 19, 1913/Source: Milwaukee Necrology; Published by 
	The Evening Wisconsin Company; copyright 1914)
Albert/b. 1805/d. 1870
	(U.S. Congressman. Elected to represent New York's 33rd District 
	in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1843 
	to 1847. He was also a State Court Judge and a member of the New 
	York State Legislature)
Annie/Died Mar 29, 1883/Aged 42 years
Frederick Eugene/son of John M & Mary S./d 1844/1841?/[Source: DAR]
William E./b. June 18, 1824 Kincardineshire, Scotland/d. Feb. 13, 1883
	(Wis. State Treasurer 1866-70, Gov. of Wis 1878-82)
Anna Wells/b. 12 Nov 1838 Solon ME/d. 31 Jul 1920
John B./b. 11 Sep 1811 ME/d. 3 Jan 1879
Mary Ann/b. 16 Jun 1817 ME/d. 31 Aug 1868
Raymond Judson/b. 3 Oct 1883 Skowhegen ME/d. 18 Jan 1964 Palo Alto CA

SMITH:
See SCHMIDT

SNELL:
Frank N./b. 2 Sep 1857 Madison ME/d. 26 Jan 1933 Sturgis MI

SOLLAU:
[Masonic Lots, Sec. 10]  A.H. Sollau/b. September 10, 1844 Canal Fulton, Ohio/
				d. January 14th, 1892/76th Ohio Vol. Infantry Civil War

SPENNER:
[Herbert]

STAFFORD: 
William Henry/b. 1869/d. 1957
	(U.S. Congressman. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 5th District in 
	the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1903-1911, 
	1919, 1921-1923 and 1929-1933. He was defeated as a Republican in 1922.)

STANTON:
[Lot 9, Block 17, Sec. 4]  William Stanton/b. September 11th, 1845 Kankakee, Ills./
				d. January 11th, 1886/Private in C. E, 38th Wis. 
				Vols. Civil War
				2?th Regt. Wis Vol. Infantry Civil War

STAPLES:
Stephen M./b. 1830 Portland ME/d. 16 Aug 1894 Chicago IL

STARBIRD:
Harry E./b. 31 Jan 1858 ME/d. 22 Jun 1926

STARK:
William A./In Memoriam/no other data

STARKWEATHER:
Gen. John Converse/b. May 11, 1830/d. November 14, 1890/Civil War Union General

STAUSS:
Herman Stauss/d. December 25, 1828/age 77/hero Newhall House Fire
	See Newhall House Fire

STEARNS:
Catherine Guild/b. 15 Sep 1822 Strong ME/d. 10 Mar 1914

STEELE:
Roscoe R./b. 1834 ME/d. 11 May 1877

STEIN:
Mathias Stein/born Dec. 17, 1808/Died Oct 17, 1896/First Gunsmith in Milwaukee

STEVENS:
William Clifford/b. 20 Apr 1884 Portland ME/d. 15 May 1939

STOCKHAUSEN:
[Rebecca von STOCKHAUSEN]

STOLPER:
Stolper Monument

STONE: 
See SACKETT

STONER:
See MARSHALL

STRASBURGER:
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Henrick/b. 1810/d. 13 Feb 1857/OSSW Katherina, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Katherina/b. 12 Jul 1811/d. 29 Aug 1880/OSSW Henrick, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Anna/b. 19 Mar 1877/d. 28 Mar 1877/OSSW Henrick & Katherina, family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Catherine//d. 3 Jan 1868 - interrment date/OSSW Henrick & Katherina, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Hattie/b. 4 Oct 1879/d. 14 Nov 1880/OSSW Henrick & Katherina, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	John/b. 16 Jul 1877/d. 11 Nov 1880/OSSW Katherina & Henrick, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Louise/b. 12 Oct 1879/d. 9 Feb 1880/OSSW Henrick & Katherina, in family plot
[sec 19 blk 15 lot 3]	Peter/b. 3 Oct 1879/d. 9 Jan 1880/OSSW Henrick & Katherina, in family plot
[sec 48 blk 18 lot 9]	Jessie/b. 27 Feb 1931/d. 23 Jan 1932
[sec 51 blk 30 lot 7]	Henry P./b. 18 Feb 1851/d. 10 Sep 1928/OSSW Frances, Lena, Louis H.
[sec 51 blk 30 lot 7]	Frances/b. 3 Jan 1883/d. 13 Oct 1956/OSSW Henry P., Lena, Louis H.
[sec 51 blk 30 lot 7]	Lena/b. 18 Jan 1857/d. 14 Jan 1936/OSSW Henry P., Frances, Louis H.
[sec 51 blk 30 lot 7]	Louis H./b. 16 Sep 1886/d. 6 Nov 1968/OSSW Henry P., Frances & Lena
[sec 52 blk 3 lot 37]	Peter/b. 31 Jul 1846/d. 23 Jan 1912/OSSW Ulricka
[sec 52 blk 3 lot 37]	Ulricka/b. 4 Jun 1850/d. 6 Jun 1934/OSSW Peter
[sec D blk 10 lot 13]	child/b. 17 Jan 1925/d. 17 Jan 1925/child of Ronald
[sec D blk 13 lot 7]	Jacob/b. 27 Feb 1886/d. 22 Nov 1910
[sec D blk 14 lot 4]	Ernst/b. 6 Sep 1872/d. 20 Dec 1907
[sec D blk 7 lot 8]	John L./b. 19 Jun 1853/d. 8 Jan 1900

TAYLOR:
Laura/b. 22 Jun 1848 ME/d. 9 Jan 1898

TENNY:
Marcia Wells Bryant/b. 4 Apr 1843 No Anson ME/d. 6 Aug 1912

THACKER:
Henry/b. Mar 5, 1819 London, Eng./d. Mar 30, 1852/ 33y, 25d
[Source: DAR]

THIBODEAU:
Alphy/b.21 Mar 1903 ME/d. 21 Sep 1980 Burlington WI

THOMAS:
Daniel

THOMPSON:
Mary A./wife of Peter/d. Apr 1856, the 17th.  Native of Philadelphia, Pa./[Source: DAR]
Henry Mayo/b. 28 Dec 1861 Dover Foxcroft ME/d. 16 Dec 1947

THOMPSON:
See SCHWEITZER

TOWNE:
Rebecca L./b. 27 Nov 1816 Wilton ME/d. 4 Jun 1903

TOWNS:
Harry W./b. 17 Jul 1846 ME/d. 31 Mar 1883

TRAUTWIN
See WEISSERT

TROWBRIDGE:
Minnie L./b. 14 Sep 1837 Bangor ME/d. 23 Jan 1912

UIHLEIN:
[Ann]
August/Aug. 25, 1842/Oct. 11, 1911 (August and his five brothers worked for Schlitz Brewing.
	After the death of Anna Schlitz, they gained control of the Brewery.
	Credited with making Schlitz Beer a national trademark)

UNKNOWN:
Stone with two children at the top/no other data
Georgie
Willie

UNKNOWN:
Stone with the names:
Lincoln & Lendrum inscribed

USINGER: Fred 
	(Sausage Maker)

VAN DYKE:
Louisa/wife of O. /b. Jan 28, 1812/no dates
[Source: DAR]

Van RENSSELAER:
G.P./no other data at this time

VIANDEN:
Fredericka/b. 24 or 25 July 1837 in Germany/d. 24 Apr. 1897 Greenfield/
	2nd wife of Henry
Henry/d. abt Feb. 1899 (Pioneer Artist in Milwaukee)

VIETH:
Heinrich/Native of Russia/b.May 31, 1822/ d. (Eagle?) Wis. Sep 5, 1854
[Source: DAR]

VOIGT:
Edward/b. 1873/d. 1934
	(U.S. Congressman. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 2nd District
	 in the United States House of Representatives, serving from 1917
	 to 1927. State Court Judge)

WAGNER:
Alwine/d. July 1913/wife of Robert
Robert/d. Jan 1927/husband of Alwine

WALKER:
Isaac Pigeon/b. 1815/d. 1872/U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, 
	serving from 1848 to 1855.

WALLBER:
Albert/d. Dec. 17, 1911/cause: Heart failure/
	Civil War Veteran

WALTER:
S./no other data at this time/female holding urn adorns the stone.

WALTERS:
Susanna Walters/1824-1922/(b. Susanna (COLLINS)/b. Sedgkey, 
	Staffirdshire, England/d. Dec 15, 1922/wife of Thomas 
	Walters/ daughter of William and Rebecca Collins)

WAMBOLT:
Margaret/wife of Henry/d. Feb 2, 1854/ 56y  2m [Source: DAR]

WALSH:
Francis "Frank" Augustin/b. July 9, 1847 in East Greenwich, RI/
	d.  March 5th, 1932/age 84/cause: after effects of stroke/
	Civil War Veteran
	
WATSON:
Sully/d. 1862/age 90/former Virginia Slave/moved to Milw. spring of 1850

WEEKS:
Mary S./b. 15 May 1809 ME/d. 20 Oct 1886 Oconomowoc WI

WEISSERT:
Augustus Gordon/August 7, 1844 Canton, OH/d. Apr. 24, 1923/age 79/
	son of Michael & Magdalene (Bernard) Weissert/husband of 
	Mary E. Trautwin/Civil War Veteran

WELKE:
Mary/1867-1942/(Mary (AHRENS)
Ernst Welke/1868-1955(Ernst Robert/b. Mar 2, 1868 Prussia, 
	Germany/d. Mar 14m 1955 Fl/husband of Mary (AHRENS)

WELLS:
Daniel, Jr./b. July 16, 1808 Maine/d. March 18, 1902
	(U.S. Congressman. Elected to represent Wisconsin's 1st and 2nd 
	 Districts in the United States House of Representatives, 
	 serving from 1853 to 1857)

WELLS:
Charles K./b. 22 Dec 1817 Waterville ME/d. 4 Jan 1892
Daniel Jr./b. 16 Jun 1808 Waterville ME/d. 18 Mar 1902
Emeline/b. 26 Jun 1802 Gray ME/d. 8 Jan 1888 Janesville WI
John M./b. 9 Apr 1806 ME/d. 18 Nov 1852
Marcia/b. 3 Jun 1809 Anson ME/d. 20 Jun 1883
Sarah H./b. 8 May 1830 Neterville ME/d. 29 Jun 1904
William S./b. 27 May 1820 ME/d. 25 Apr 1895

WENDLANDT:
Charles Wendlandt/d. 29 January 1907

WERNER:
Michael/2, 1824/10 Feb 1858 [Source: DAR]

WEST:
See CALLIGAN

WESTON:
Augusta S./b. 12 Sep 1848 Montville ME/d. 7 Jan 1933

WHITCOMB:
Mrs. Eva Whitcomb/d. Dec 1945

WICKMAN:
Mary A./b. 28 Sep 1834 Perry ME/d. 22 Dec 1902

WILKINSON:
Mary F./b. 7 Mar 1835 ME/d. 18 Sep 1906 Madison WI

WILLEY:
Mrs. R. S./b. 1829 ME/d. 25 Mar 1875/could be Mrs. S. R. Willie

WILLIAM:
George/d. June 5, 1856/ 38y/  Native of Uske, Monmouthshire, Engl. [Source: DAR]

WILLIAMS:
[Beatrice/wife of Dean/
	daughter of George Burroughs/d. 1940]
[Dean/d. 1941/husband of Beatrice Burroughs]
[Lawrence/d.  January 6, 1923]
Charles/b. 1865 Milw/d. Milw./brother of Jula
Jula Amanda/b. 28 Mar 1866/d. July 1871/sister of Charles
[Lot 3, Block 18, Sec. 19]  Sanford J. Williams/b.  New York State/d. May 21st, 1890/
				24th Wis Infantry Vols. Civil War/Lost a leg at the 
				battle of Stone River
Edward A./b. 4 Oct 1849 West Casset ME/d. 29 Apr 1922 Glen Ridge NJ

WILSON:
[Jack D. Wilson]

WINTON:
Hannah/wife of Joseph S./d. Oct 11, 1858/ 49y
[Source: DAR]

WITTE:
See HAASE
	
WOLFMANN:
T H Wolfman/b: 6 Oct 1818/d. 20 October 1896  Milwaukee/buried: 22 October 1896
	source: Zion United Church of Christ Records

WOOD:
George F./son of Geo. & Catherine/d. Aug 25, 1856/4y  7m
Susan/wife of Geo. M./Nov 13, 1834/Jan 23, 1851
[Source: DAR]

WOODLAND:
Mary C./b. 3 May 1842 Bangor ME/d. 4 May 1907

WUNDERLY:
Wunderly Monument/no other data at this time

WYMAN:
Rebecca/b 27 Jul 1829 Bangor ME/d. 14 Sep 1908


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