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Oler Cemetery (Blakeslee Cemetery) (Washington Cemetery)
Washington Township, Sauk County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 23' 14"N, Lon: 90° 07' 51"W

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Aug 16, 2002, last edited Apr 24, 2005 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 35.

Located: Hwy G to Fern Road. Fern Road goes to the east and to the west there is a dirt driveway. Take the driveway .15 mile and the cemetery is on the left through an opening too small for a car. The entrance is across from a "no trespassing" sign.

The cemetery was deeded May 14, 1867. It is believed that there were burials before this date. Today the cemetery is well kept but very old. Most of the stones are broken or unreadable.

The cemetery was originally copied by Dorris Berning and John Riggert in August, 1964. I am using their information as reference for the stones that are gone or completely unreadable nearly 40 years later those are marked as "no stone".

There is more information on some of the people buried in this cemetery that was provided by members of the Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society when they recopied the cemetery June 9, 1976. Those that have further information are marked with an asterisk (*).

I surveyed and copied this cemetery on Jul 8, 2002.

- Kathy Waddell
Bitney, Almina, d. Jun 12, 1863, d/o Charles & Aurilla (Barcume*
Bitney, Charles, Sr., d. Mar 18, 1873, 71y*
Blakeslee, Charles, b. 1858, d. 1882, s/o George F. & Ruth*
Blakeslee, George F., d. Apr, 1860, 36y, no stone
Drake, Samuel M., d. Oct 19, 1865, 1y 2m 15d, s/o Samuel & Adeline, s/w William Drake, no stone
Drake, William, d. Nov 9, 1868, 1y, s/o Samuel & Adeline, s/w Samuel M. Drake, no stone
Frautschi, Lohren H., b. Sep 23, 1870, d. Feb 23, 1874, 3y 5m, /o J. T. & E. A., no stone
Gulliford, Adeline (Bitney) Tupper, b. Jul 20, 1831, d. Aug 2, 1896, m. 1st William Tupper, m. 2nd, Daniel Gulliford, s/w William Tupper*
Hayden, Olivia, d. Oct 3, 1862, 10y 5m 6d, d/o Horace & Lydia
Kemp, Edward P., d. Jun 15, 1869, 65y 7m 17d
Knowles, Elizabeth (Oler), d. Jul 29, 1873, 31y ?m 10d, w/o James, no stone
Knowles, Mary Jane, d. Jun 24, 1855, 19y 2m 23d
LeBaron, Hattie, d. Feb 12, 1874, 1y 4m 15d, d/o William & Aurilla (Barcume), s/w William LeBaron
LeBaron, James W., d. Feb 13, 1874, 2y 11m 4d, s/o William & Aurilla (Barcume), s/w William LeBaron
LeBaron, Joanna, d. Feb 10, 1874, 5y 11m 3d, d/o William & Aurilla (Barcume), s/w William LeBaron
LeBaron, Millie E., d. Feb 10, 1874, 4y 4m 26?d, d/o William & Aurilla (Barcume), s/w William LeBaron
LeBaron, William, d. Jan 17, 1907, 84y 2m 10d, no stone
LeBaron, Willie D., d. Aug 28, 1869, 2y 9m 11d, s/o William & Aurilla (Barcume), s/w William LeBaron
Lee, John, d. Apr 4, 1880, 53y 8m, Cpl. Co. E, 32 WVI
McEvony, Francis M., b. 1847, d. 1882, s/w Samuel McEvony
McEvony, Mary A. (Blakeslee), b. 1855, d. 1882, w/o Francis, s/w Samuel McEvony
McEvony, Samuel, b. 1805, d. 1890
Oler, Henry, b. Apr 11, 1817, d. Jan/Jun 18, 1878, no stone*
Oler, James, d. Jan, 1912, 66y, no stone
Oler, Mary (Staples), b. Dec 24, 1822, d. Feb 14, 1892, no stone
Oler, Nelly J., d. Aug 25, 1871, 4m 17d, d/o William & Jenny, no stone
Oler, William, d. Dec 4, 1871, 23y 2m 13d, s/o Henry & Mary, no stone
Prouty, Rose Anne (Oler), d. May 6, 1876, 31y 1m 26d, w/o R, d/o Henry & Mary, no stone*
Townsend, Clark, d. Oct 11, 1865, 4y 11m 25d, s/o A. D. & Martha, no stone
Townsend, Flavilla (Miller), d. Feb 2, 1872 (could be Feb 17, 1873), 35y 1m 19d, w/o Joseph Henry, no stone*
Townsend, Sarah, d. Dec 31, 187?, 10y 10m 23d, d/o J. H. & F., no stone
Tupper, William, b. Jan 18, 1832, d. Apr 3, 1862, s/w Adeline Gulliford
Weston, Albert, b. 1855, d. 1906, no stone*
Weston, Leah Jane (Oler), d. Aug 28, 1881/4, 31y 10m 10d, w/o Albert, d/o Henry & Mary, no stone*
Wheeler, Edmund, d. Sep 17, 1862, Co. B., 7th WVI*

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