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Lime Ridge Cemetery
Lime Ridge, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 28' 23"N, Lon: 90° 09' 10"W
Ironton Twp, Sec 32/33

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, May 20, 2006, last edited Apr 17, 2008 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 753.

Location: Hwy G, just north of Lime Ridge on the east side of the road. Saint Boniface and Trinity Lutheran cemeteries are to the north of Lime Ridge Cemetery.

Reference used to verify markers not there or unreadable was taken from information obtained by Dorris Berning when she copied the cemetery in 1966 and by members of the Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society when the cemetery was updated in 1983. There are many unmarked graves and a few who are buried in the cemetery but their whereabouts are unknown. There are current burials in the cemetery and it is taken care of by the Lime Ridge Cemetery Association.

I have separated the cemetery into three Sections. Section 2 is next to Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. Section 1 is the center section bordered by center and southern driveway. Section 3 is the southern most section, south of the last driveway. Each grave will be marked by section/row. For example, Section 1, Row 4 will appear as Row 1/4.

Emily Fichter and I walked, copied and verified this cemetery on Jun 16, 2002 then re-walked and updated on May 20, 2006.

- 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 = stone or plot with
w/o = wife of

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