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Resting Green Cemetery
Sauk County, Wisconsin

Lat: 43° 32' 56"N, Lon: 90° 07' 15"W
Ironton Twp, Section 3

Contributed by Kathy Waddell, Aug 09, 2003, last edited Jan 13, 2005 [kaffe03@yahoo.com]. Total records = 1,032.

Location: Off Hwy 58, turn left at Iron Street. Next road to the left is Cemetery Road. The cemetery is on north side about a mile. Resting Green Cemetery sits to the west of Calvary Cemetery. Cemetery Road can also be accessed by taking Old Ironton Road left off Highway 33 just west of Reedsburg. The road turns into Cemetery Road at the second stop sign. Go right (right turn does not stop) and a few miles up the road, the cemetery will be on the right.

Rows are copies in all blocks north to south in each block. They are numbered block number slash row number. Two lots at the northern end of block 13 were considered "Potter's Field." There are no markers. The burials there are indicated by Row 13/PF.

Reference used to verify markers not there or now unreadable was taken from information obtained by members of the Wisconsin Old Cemetery Society when the cemetery was copied in 1984. Other information used was taken from their notes that they obtained from cemetery records. There are current burials in the cemetery.

Walked, copied & verified by Kathy Waddell, Sep 21/22, 2002, updated by Emily Fichter & Kathy Waddell on Aug 09, 2003.

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

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