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Karstetter Cemetery
Sauk County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 34' 48"N, Lon: 90° 09' 47"W

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Oct 12, 2002 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 9.

Hwy 58 to Minicreek/Karstetter Road/River Road. West to Karstetter Road (goes off to the left). Go exactly 1 mile, 1/2 tenth of a mile. There is no cemetery to see by the road. There is a grass driveway off to the left about a car length long. There is a "Posted" sign on the fence at the front of where your car would be. The burial ground is to the right of the big tree that is a little to the right of the small driveway.

There are probably about nine graves here. Only two are marked and no unreadable. The information provided is from the records of the Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society from when they copied the cemetery and researched it on Sep 15, 1975. The stones that are there are now broken and only parts of the names are visible.

I visited the cemetery and verified this information on Jun 16, 2002.

- Kathy Waddell

Karstetter, Bill, d. Aug 9, 1845, 6m 24d, no stone, s/o Joseph & Sarah
Karstetter, Mary Elizabeth (Marks), b. Oct 11, 1792, d. Feb 14, 1860, 67y 4m 3d
Karstetter, Mary Melissa, d. Mar 20, 1856, 4y 6d, no stone, d/o Joseph & Mary (Jackson)
Karstetter, Sarah B. (Williams), d. Jan 17, 1845, 22y 1m 26d, no stone, w/o Joseph Karstetter
Karstetter, Sebastian, b. May 20, 1795/8, d. Sep 28, 1879, 81y 4m 8d, War of 1812
Rabuck, Alta, b. 1879, d. 1881, 2y, no stone, d/o Frederick & Mary
Rabuck, Arvin, d. abt. 1870 at birth, no stone, s/o Frederick & Mary
Rabuck, Herbert, b. May 17, 1874, LaValle, WI, d. infancy, no stone, s/o Frederick & Mary Belinda (Morgan) Bierd
Rabuck, Jonathan S., b. Oct 22, 1870, d. Oct 22, 1870, no stone, s/o William & Sarah (Karstetter)

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