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Cemetery inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin

Myrtle E. Cushing

Cemetery inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin

by Myrtle E. Cushing

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Published by M.E. Cushing in Sauk City, WI (809 John Adams St., Sauk City 53583) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sauk County (Wis.),
  • Wisconsin,
  • Sauk County.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Wisconsin -- Sauk County.,
    • Cemeteries -- Wisconsin -- Sauk County.,
    • Inscriptions -- Wisconsin -- Sauk County.,
    • Sauk County (Wis.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Myrtle E. Cushing and other members of Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society.
      ContributionsWisconsin State Old Cemetery Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF587.S2 C87 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 v. :
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2089754M
      LC Control Number88132414

      They also have the Naturalization Records for Sauk on microfilm. Books: Sauk County Cemetery Inscriptions (all volumes), Sauk County Plat Books (numerous years are covered), Sauk County Directories (for both businesses and people), Historic Photographic Collection and local histories from throughout the county. Sauk County land records show a purchase by Arnold Gelhaus on in Franklin Township, sect? acres from J.B. and David Carpenter for $There four more children were born to was drafted for service in the Civil War in one of the last drafts and began serving Octo with Company H, 37th

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Cemetery inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin by Myrtle E. Cushing Download PDF EPUB FB2

A group of volunteers inscribed all the tombstone inscriptions. These inscriptions can be found in the book, "Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin - Volume 6" compiled by Myrtle E.

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Cemetery inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin by Myrtle E. Cushing,M.E. Cushing edition, Cemetery inscriptions of Sauk County EnglishPages: Big Spring Cemetery is located in New Haven Township, Adams County, WI. To get there, take Hwy 23 East out of Wisconsin Dells (towards Briggsville). You will go about 7 miles before you come to Hwy G.

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Cushing; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cemeteries, Genealogy, Inscriptions, Registers of. If you have questions or problems with this site, email the County Coordinator.

Please to not ask for specfic research on your family. I am unable to do your personal research. I do not live in Wisconsin and do not have access to additional records. The following collection of publications are indexed by Linkcat and available through the Wisconsin Public Library System.

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The History of Sauk County, Wisconsin Containing an Account of Its Settlement, Growth, Development and Resources, an Extensive and Minute Sketch of Its Cities, Towns and Villages, Their Improvements, Industries, Manufactories, Churches, Schools and Societies, Its War Record, Biographical Sketches, Portraits of Prominent Men and Early Settlers.

WISCONSIN- CEMETERIES WISCONSIN, [COUNTY]- CEMETERIES WISCONSIN, [COUNTY], [TOWN]- CEMETERIES The Family History Library has 47 films of Milwaukee cemetery records dating from about to These are listed in the Locality Search of the FamilySearch Catalog under: WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE, MILWAUKEE - CEMETERIES.

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H, 12 WVI Civil War. The book includes cemeteries in the Towns of Hazelhurst, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua and Woodruff.

These were transcribed by walking the cemetery and recording the information on the gravestones. Unmarked graves are not included.

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Note after Paul's name says he was an Italian army musician and later confectioner. Sauk Co. WI Census, Honey Creek. FamilySearch collection of images of naturalization records from Dane County, Wisconsin.

The records include declarations (), petitions (), photographs (), depositions () and certificate stubs (). This collection is being published as images become available. Our Lady of Loretto Roman Catholic Church and Cemetery is a historic rural church on County Highway C, 1 mile west of Denzer in Honey Creek, Wisconsin, United was built in as a mission church for German settlers and was added to the National Register in Honey Creek was founded in as a mission of St.

Aloysius Catholic parish in Sauk City, under Reverend Adelbert on: Co. Hwy. C, 1 mi. W of Denzer, Honey. HOME SURNAME LIST NAME INDEX SOURCES GEDCOM FILE EMAIL US: SOURCES 1. Sauk County Cemetery Inscriptions. Sauk Prairie Cemetery.

2. Ibid. Sauk Prairie Cemetery.Cemeteries: Directions: To obtain a copy of any of the cemeteries listed, please follow the steps make checks payable to "WSGS". Please note: These transcriptions are not complete and were copied during various years before aboutso will not have more recent graves in them.

e $ US for postage and $ per page. 2. Include the county and exact name of each.3. Cemetery Inscriptions of Sauk County, Wisconsin, Vol 1. 4.

Darms Green book information Copied by Arthur Schmidt Feb. 5. Family tree compiled by James Starr, 11 Feb from information supplied by Arthur Schmidt. 6. Darms Green book information Copied by Arthur Schmidt Feb. 7. Sauk Co. WI Federal Census. 8.