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Highland Memorial Park
Waukesha County, Wisconsin

14875 West Greenfield Ave, New Berlin, WI

Lat: 43° 00' 49"N, Lon: 88° 05' 59"W

Drive north on Highland to Greenfield, turn right, you will see the cemetery on your right or south side of the Greenfield Ave.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 15.

Contributor's Index:

Asmussen, Detlef, b. 1906, d. 1984, [CH]
Asmussen, Lucia M, b. 1906, d. 1988, [CH]
Aubert, George A., b. 1916, d. Dec 18, 2000, [CH]
Burg, Jerome William, b. Jan 9, 1928, d. Jan 31, 1992, s/o John Mathew Burg, Junior and Gladys Schnell Burg, Husband of Mardale Bishop Burg, [CH]
Greuel, Neva (Harris), b. 1924, d. 1968, w/o Harry J Greuel, [SG]
Guschl, James, b. May 1, 1962, d. Apr 2, 2004, s/o James Guschl and Patricia Rae Sachi Guschl Martin, [CH]
Hartzke, Gustav Adolf, b. Oct 12, 1892, d. Jun 18, 1978, [CH]
Martin, James F., b. Nov 23, 1934, d. May 11, 1987, h/o Patricia Rae Sachi Guschl, [CH]
Martin, Patricia Rae Sachi, b. Oct. 11, 1942, d. Nov 4, 1998, w/o James Martin, d/o Ruth Bertram Sachi and Alphonse Sachi, Mother of James Guschl, [CH]
Mellion, James M., b. 1911, d. Jun. 5, 1962, [CH]
Sachi, Alphonse Christian, b. Aug 10, 1910, d. Nov 29, 1983, h/o Ruth Bertram Sachi, s/o Anton Basil Sachi and Mary Laura Schmid Sachi, [CH]
Sachi, Ruth Harriette Bertram, b. Nov 15, 1917, d. Jul 3, 1993, w/o Alphonse Christian Sachi, d/o Clyde Bertram and Alma Ida Luois Willert Bertram Baseler, [CH]
Schnell, Arnold, b. Aug 4, 1932, d. Sep 28, 2002, h/o Delores Weiss Schnell, [CH]
Weiss, Anna B., b. 1892, d. 1972, [CH]
Weiss, Pvt Herman A., b. Jul 4, 1892, d. Jun 28, 1960, [CH]

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