Wood County, Wisconsin cemetery burials and obituaries 1975-1979

copied by members of the Heart O' Wisconsin Genealogical Society
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of papers in the possession of Wayne and Alta Guyant, Waupaca, Wisconsin.

Includes index with most cemeteries.

Cemeteries include: ITEM 1 - All Souls (Rudolph), Christian Reformed cemetery (County Road F to Tenpas Road), Cruikshank - abandoned (Wisconsin Rapids), Forest Hill - no names (Wisconsin Rapids - formerly Grand Rapids), Faith Reformed Church cemetery (Vesper), Trinity Lutheran cemetery (w. of Vesper), Holy Rosary Catholic cemetery (Sigel Twp.), Pioneer (Saratoga Twp.), Port Edwards Municipal cemetery (w. of Port Edwards, Port Edwards Twp.), Civil War Grave for Jno. Jones Co. G 12th Wis. Inf. (on west bank of Wisconsin River, near the Nakoosa-Edwards Paper Company Dam, Port Edwards), Richardson family plot (Richfield Twp.), St. James Catholic Church cemetery (n. of Vesper, Hansen Twp.), St. John's cemetery (e. of Pittsville, Hansen Twp.), St. John's Lutheran cemetery (n. of Wisconsin Rapids, Rudolph Twp.), St. Killians cemetery (Blenker, e. of Marshfield, Milladore Twp.), St. Paul's cemetery (s.w. of Wisconsin Rapids,Sigel Twp.), St. Phillips / St. Philomenas (s.w. of Rudolph, Rudolph Twp.), St. Wenceslaus (n. of Milladore, Milladore Twp.) -- ITEM 2 - Dexterville cemetery and Indian cemetery (Dexter Twp.), 2 lone graves, Frank Durell - Aug. 1856 and L and F.R. Ensign, 25 Apr 1860 (Saratoga Twp.), Fairview (s.w. of Sherry, Sherry Twp.), Frid - Hem cemetery - most graves moved to Forest Hill cemetery in Wisconsin Rapids (Sigel Twp.), First English Lutheran cemetery - formerly Bethesda (Siegel Twp.), Grace Lutheran cemetery (Nasonville, Lincoln Twp.), Griesbach (Sigel Twp.), Mound (Pittsville, Woods Twp.), Progress (Rock Twp.), Remington / Babcock (n. of Babcock, Remington Twp.), Richfield Far View (s. of Marshfield, Richfield Twp.), 2 lone graves, Elizabeth Weber, d. 1 Jan. 1879 and Alfred Parkhurst, d. 8 Apr. 1877 (Sigel Twp.), St. James Catholic cemetery (n. of Vesper, Hansen Twp.), St. Joachim Parish cemetery (Pitsville), St. John's Lutheran Church cemetery (n.w. of Wisconsin Rapids), St. Joseph's (s.w. of Altdorf, Seneca Twp.), to be continued

continued - Trinity Lutheran cemetery (n. of Vesper, Hansen Twp.); -- ITEM 3 - Arpin (Arpin Twp.), Calvary (e. of Wisconsin Rapids), Emmanuel Lutheran cemetery (Arpin Twp.), Free - Swedish - cemetery (sec. 16, Arpin Twp.), Restlawn Memorial Park (e. of Wisconsin Rapids), St. James Catholic cemetery (n. of Vesper, Hansen Twp.), Trinity Lutheran cemetery (w. of Vesper, Hansen Twp.)



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