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Wildermuth Cemetery
Willow Township, Richland County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 27' 11"N, Lon: 90° 18' 07"W

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Oct 11, 2002 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 16.

Take Hwy 58 south out of Cazenovia to County Road NN. Right on NN to Snow Valley Road. West on Snow Valley Road 4-1/2 tenths of a mile. The cemetery is on the left side of the street just after a bend in the road that goes to the right then the left. Very small and hard to see.

This cemetery also known as Newkirk Cemetery and Latter Day Saints Cemetery.

Unkept cemetery hard to see from the road. This cemetery has not seen a weed eater in a long time. Grass is knee to hip high. Has been mowed by a tractor around the clumps of stones so you are able to get near them. No current burials.

Emily Fichter and I walked this cemetery Aug 24, 2003, and I have transcribed from those readings.

- Kathy Waddell
Kline, William, d. Aug 3, 1870, 68y 4m 5d
Mathews, Infant, d. Mar 17, 1897, d/o William & A.
Mathews, Infant, d. Oct 10, 1905, d/o William & A.
Newkirk, Catherine, b. 1799, d. 1880, s/w Cyrus Newkirk
Newkirk, Cyrus, b. 1800, d. 1890
Newkirk, George, no dates, Co. H, 16th WVI, s/w Cyrus Newkirk
Newkirk, Horace F., b. 1866, d. 1930, s/w Isaac B. Newkirk
Newkirk, Isaac B., b. Jul 3, 1834, d. Oct 6, 1910, Co. D, 11 Regt, WVI
Newkirk, Louvenia C., b. Nov 25, 1846, d. Sep 11, 1916, wife, s/w Isaac B. Newkirk
Newkirk, William, b. 1830, d. 1914, vet., s/w Isaac B. Newkirk
Wildermuth, ??, dates unreadable, 4m 9d, s/o E. C. & J. A.
Wildermuth, Ann, b. Mar 3, 1814, d. Jan 2, 1907, mother, s/w David C. Wildermuth
Wildermuth, David C., b. Dec 17, 1806, d. Apr 6, 1889, father
Wildermuth, Loria E., d. Jan 23, 1865, 3y 9m 13d, d/o E. C. & J. A.
Wildermuth, Louisa O., b. Jan 9, 1851, d. Feb 21, 1895, dau., s/w David C. Wildermuth
Wildermuth, Myrta L., d. Jan 29, 1865, 2y 8m 8d, d/o E. C. & J. A.
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