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Fairfield Cemetery (Russells Corners Cemetery)
Fairfield, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 32' 17"N, Lon: 89° 41' 03"W
T12N R7W Sec 8

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Sep 12, 2004 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 726.

Location: North on County T off Hwy 33 (east side of Baraboo) for 5 1/2 miles. Cemetery is set back on the left side of the road in a grove of pine trees. The cemetery is just south of the intersection of County T & County U.

Fairfield Cemetery is a cooperative, originated by area farmers for themselves and their families. It is a well maintained cemetery with current burials.

Sections were made up in accordance with the road. Entry is made on the right side of the cemetery and goes straight back then to the left across the back of the cemetery then left back to the front then left again alongside the front fence to the gate. When you go into the cemetery, you are facing west. Therefore, the northern section (N) is on the right side of the drive, center north (CN) is on the left side, center south (CS) would be on your left side once you were headed back to the front of the cemetery and south (S) would be on the right. In the back, it is divided into two sections with a grassy part between the two. Back west (BW) is closest to the fence with back east (BE) nearest the road in the back.

I walked, copied, and verified this cemetery on Apr 26, 2003. Re-verified and updated Sep 12, 2004.

- Kathy Waddell

b. = born
c/o = child of
d. = died
d/o = daughter of
f/o = father of
gc/o = grandchild of
ggc/o = great grandchild of
h/o = husband of
m = married
m/o = mother of
n/t = next to
s/o = son of
s/w = shares plot or stone with
w/o = wife of

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