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Prairie Cemetery
Adams County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 39' 51"N, 89° 43' 44"W
Dell Twp, R7E Sec 25

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Jun 19, 2004 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 12.

Location: Take Hwy 23 east out of Wisconsin Dells and into Adams County. Left or north on County B to Golden Court, where you turn left or west. The cemetery is on the left or south side of Golden Court in .8 mile.

This cemetery is very overgrown and unkept. Most of the stones are broken or illegible. There were several clumps of nettle bushes that may have hidden stones. The cemetery is extremely old with most of the burials occurring in the 1850's.

This cemetery is also known as Old Dell Prairie Cemetery and Herrigus Cemetery.

Walked and copied by Kathy Waddell and Emily Fichter on Jun 19, 2004.

Bagley, William J., no dates, s/o J. & J. S., stone broken
Barker, Eleanor, no dates, stone broken
Barker, John P., d. Jan 23, 1860, 7y 9m 10d, s/o W. & E.
Everett, Mary A., d. Jul 17, 1855, 22y 7m, w/o D. T.
Hall, Nellie R., d. Nov 28, 1857, 8m 11d, d/o G. H. & M. L.
Klumpenar, Gety, d. Jul 23, 1876, 56y, w/o G
Rich, David E/L.?, Aug 8, 1862, 1y 6m, s/o Henry & S. M.
Thompson, Phebe M. d. Dec 15, 1865, 37y, w/o Reuben, stone broken
Thompson, Reuben, d. Sep 2?, 1864, 37y 23d, Civil War, stone broken
Vance, Henryetta E., d. Oct 10, 1856, 7y 3m 8d, d/o R. & M.
West, C., d. Jun 25, 1905, 85y 10m, wife, s/w J. G. West
West, J. G., b. May 3, 1810, d. Jan 11, 1892, s/w C. West

??, ?? S., 69y 2m 6d, stone broken and unreadable
??, ??, d. Sep 23, 1859, 66y 7m 6d, stone broken
??, Frances, stone broken and unreadable
??, Maria, no dates
??, Peter, stone broken and unreadable

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