GARDEN VALLEY TOWNSHIP CEMETERIES

(Jackson County, Wisconsin)

GARDEN VALLEY TOWNSHIP CEMETERIES

Jackson County, Wisconsin

Garden Valley Twp.

Map#

Section

Address

 

Recorders

Contacts

Billerbeck/Diphtheria

1

6

Hixton-Levis Rd.

Index

Wava Larson  

Curtis Cemetery

 

2

Old Stage Rd

 

   

Smallpox

2

18

Hixton-Levis Rd.

Index

Wava Larson  

Stanford/Judkins

 

35

3 mi. N of Hixton along Hwy 95 on the right

 

   

West Garden Valley/Swede Town

3

16

Swede Town Rd.

 

   

 

The Billerbeck or Diphtheria Cemetery was read and photos were taken in May 2007 by a dear friend of the transcriber, of Alma Center.  This cemetery is located in Section 6, T. 23N R. 5W.  Cemetery directions are Hwy 95 West of Alma Center to Hwy 121 West to Hixton-Levis Road.  Travel approximately 2 miles north.  The cemetery is located on the left side of the road, on a hill, in a grove of pines and has a sign there and steps going up to the cemetery. 

 

The Small Pox Cemetery was read also and photos were taken in May 2007 by this same friend of Alma Center.  This cemetery is located in Section 18, T.23N R. 5W.  Directions to the cemetery are Hwy 95 West from Alma Center, to Hwy 121 West to Hixton-Levis Road.  Travel approximately 1 miles.  The cemetery is located on the left side, in the edge of a field.  There is a white fence around the small cemetery and several large pine trees.

 

There are other cemeteries in Garden Valley; namely the Curtis Cemetery (Section 2 on Old Stage Road), the West Garden Valley or the Swede Town Cemetery at the end of Swede Town Road, in Section 16, and the Stanford or Judkins Cemetery (Section 35), 3 miles north of Hixton along Hwy 95 on the right.

 

 

The records for all cemeteries in the Town of Garden Valley are held by the Town Clerk, Alma Center, WI 54611

 

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