Church of the Brethren Cemetery
Worden Township, Clark Co., WI

Prepared by Joe Henderson, Ethan Scearce, Janet & Stan Schwarze

The Plaque above is inscribed as follows:


Site of "The Worden Church of the Brethren"
Erected in 1904
Destroyed by a Tornado in 1958
Dedicated Sept. 28, 1975
By Members and Friends


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**The spreadsheets contain a large amount of information and may take several minutes to display. This data was obtained from cemetery, church & family records, tombstone photos, obituaries, a cemetery walk through published by Jim & Kathy Heath, and Clark County, Wisconsin biographical and historical records from 1881, 1891 & 1918. The accuracy of the data varies and may include errors. If you have additions or corrections, please contact us. If you can not find a desired obituary in the ALHN database to verify the entry, you may wish to order a micro-film of a Neillsville newspaper from the time frame you are researching. The available newspapers can be requested from the Wisconsin State Historical through your local library. Please consider submitting any newly acquired items to the ALHN Records Board. If you have a bit of extra time, why not type a few unrelated items as a random act of kindness to future researchers?





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