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Genealogy: Cemetery: Index

Lisbon Central Cemetery Association

aka Lisbon United Presbyterian Cemetery

Updated 05/24/2012

    The contents of this page is used with permission by the original creator Ellen Rohr, Waukesha County GenWeb Coordinator. It is duplicated here to make it easier for you to find your information. For the most complete information on this cemetery please see http://www.linkstothepast.com/waukesha/51.html Any corrections or additions to this cemetery can be sent to the webmaster below or to the Waukesha County GenWeb coordinator, Ellen Rohr. Additional entries made by editor Mike Reilly sourced from obuituaries and the document "Interments in Lisbon Central Cemetery through Dec. 25, 1979".

    This cemetery is still active. Burials below were transcribed in 1960 (by unknown). It is operated by the Lisbon Central Cemetery Association and its Board of Directors.

Lisbon North side of VV (Silver Spring), west of STH 164, CTH J Sec. 21

Earliest Burial: 1846
Established 1847? - 1968

Many Scottish Presbyterian settlers are buried here.

Abel, Carl, d. 1911, age20, lot 59

    George F., infant of Otto F., lot 217

    Herman, d. May 1, 1940, age 76, lot 59

    Hulda Augtusta, d. May 25, 1960, age 93, lot 217

    Ida A., d. Jan. 28, 1958, age 49, lot 217

    Laura, d. 1911, age 15, lot 58

    Maria S., d. Dec. 22, 1940, age 76, lot 59

    Mildred, d. Feb. 5, 1921, age 14, lot 216

    Otto F., d. Nov. 5, 1921, age 72, lot 217

    Two children of Herman, lot 58

    Infant son of Otto F. and Ruth, d. May 13, 1944, lot 218

Adomaitis, Gladys E., (Nee Reyer), Age 80 years, of Sussex. Fri., Feb. 1, 2002. Wife of Joseph. Mother of Shelly Adomaitis and Joseph (Dawn) Adomaitis. Sister of Dorothy Harman and Lois (Erv) Sonnenberg. Sister-in-law of Jean Hirsch. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Adomaitis, Joseph S., (Of Sussex) d.  Tues., May 27, 2003, age 82. Preceded in death by his wife, Gladys. Father of Shelly Adomaitis and Joe (Dawn Trimmel) Adomaitis. Brother of Jean Hirsch. Brother-in-law of Dorothy Harmann and Lois (Erv) Sonnenberg. Memorials may be made to Lisbon Presbyterian Church.

Aumann, Donald A. Born to Eternal Life Thurs., Nov. 6, 2008, at the age of 77 years. Loving husband of Betty (nee Pflughoeft). Loving father of Janis (Dwayne) Bira and David. Loving grandpa of William Parker III (Krystal) and Nicole Parker. Loving son of Anna Aumann. Further survived by other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his father, Claude and brother, Marvin. Don was born in the town of York near Neillsville, WI. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was a member of Redeemer United Church of Christ. He worked at Allis-Chalmers for 35 years until retirement. Visitation Sunday, November 9 from 3 PM until time of Service at 5 PM, at REDEEMER UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST; W220 N4915 Town Line Road, Sussex. Private burial to take place at Lisbon Central Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials made to Redeemer UCC greatly appreciated. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services Sussex (262) 246-4774

Beaulieu, Arthur, d. June 9, 1938, age 59, lot 90

    Mary K., d. Nov. 3, 1949, age 68, lot 90

 

Beier, Thomas, December 05, 1938 - March 2, 2002

BOOTH:
James Sr./1816/1898
Elizabeth Welsh Booth/1818/1909

BROWN:
Wm./d. 22 Oct 1849/age 75
Jane/wife of Wm. Brown/1859/age 71
Lizzie A./d. 29 mar 1895/age 26
William/d. 22 Oct. 1849/age 75
Jane/his wife/7 Dec 1850/age 71
John/5 Apr 1819/3 Apr 1899
Sarah/his wife/28 Nov 1893/age 56
Wm./6 Nov 1822/21 May 1897

CALDERS:
James/1818/1897
Kiethie/his wife/20 July 1815/12 Apr 1859

CHALMERS:
Thos./d. 1 Aug 1863/age 57

CRAVEN:
Richard/d. 5 Apr 1881/age 68
Rachel/his wife/13 June 1849/25 May 1884

DAVIDSON:
James/d. 6 July 1853/age 65
James/b. 7 mar 1824/d. 9 Oct 1861
Marion/b. June ????/d. 9 Oct 1861 (Note: wife of James b. 7 Mar 1824)
Andrew/1822/1904
Margaret C./Wife of Andrew Davidson/1825/1897
Fonder, Marvin L., d. March 3, 2002, age 70 years. Beloved husband of Marion. Dear father of Ron, Keith, Sheila and James. Brother of Otis Fonder. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, 1 great-granddaughter, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.


GILMORE:
James/d. 4 Aug 1896/age 49

GOLDEN:
James/1818/1897
Katherine/his wife/July 1815/1859

HARRIS:
Janet/wife of George Harris/d. 13 Apr 1857/age 30
Alec/1888 age 88
Catharine/1872/age 72
George/d. 15 Apr 1887/age 30

Hartman, Robert B., 92, of Colgate, died Feb. 25, 2001 at Community Memorial Hospital, In Menomonee Falls. Hartman served his county during WWII as a soldier in the U. S. Army. He graduated from Marquette University in 1930 and was a life-long member of Christian churches. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lillian. Funeral services at First Congregational Church.

Howard, Leora B., of Sussex, d. Jan. 6, 1999, age 82 years. Wife of the late Donald. Mother of Randy (Sue), Nanci (Tom) Peters and the late Roger Howard. Grandmother of Scott, Dan, Mindy and the late Holly Howard and Brenda and Brian Peters. Further survived by other relatives and friends. 

HOWITT:
Jennett/b. 8 Aug 1830/d. 9 Dec 1890
Jane/d. 11 Sept 1883/age 65
Geo./d. 1 Mar 1863/age 28/Civil War Vet
Agnes/wife of Andrew/d. 18 Sept 1867/68 yr
Andrew/d. 7 Jan 1886/75 yr

Horne, Nathan G., Of the town of Lisbon. Born to Eternal Life Sat. April 17, 1999. Age 77 years. Husband of the late Juanita (nee Weber). Father of Duane, Gail (Bill) Cole, Sandra Horne and Jeri (Mike) Henman. Grandfather of James, Heather, Troy, Shannon, Tiffany, Clint and Megan.
Brother of Ida (Leroy) Andersen, Ralph, Stanley (Clara), Homer (Barbara), Wayne (Janis), Elton and David (MaryBeth).  Nathan honorably served his country in the US Army during WWII and worked for many years at the Falk Corp.

LUKE:
John/b. 1804/d. 1882

Verona Maas (nee Krueger) age 98 years. Died Friday November 27, 2009 at the Hartford Health Care Center. She was preceded in death by her husband Raymond Maas, two sons Lester and Vilas Maas, two granddaughters Cindy Anderson and Jovita Maas, brothers Ben, Alfred, Erhardt and Gilbert Krueger. She is survived by her children Winnogene (William) Wilson, Arlene (Warren) Baerenwald, Jerome (Cheryl) Maas and Shirley (Lawrence) Genrich. Verona was blessed with 22 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren along with other relatives and friends. Funeral Services Saturday December 5th 11AM at Faith EV. Lutheran Church W244 N6383 Weaver Dr., Sussex. Burial to follow at Lisbon Central Cemetery. Visitation Friday at Schmidt & Bartelt Funeral Home W250 N6505 Hwy 164, Sussex from 4-7PM and Saturday at the church from 10AM until time of service. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorials to Faith Lutheran Church, Sussex.

MAYER:
John/d. 1847/age 42
Elizabeth/his wife/d. 1889/age 87

MCINTYRE:
Wife of Robert McIntyre/1860-1893 (Editor's note: Martha Jane Weaver married Robert 9/23/1884. In 1895 Robert, who was living in Hawkeye, IA married Agnes Butler from Town of Lisbon.)

MCKERROW:
Gavin./d. 10 Dec 1852/age 27
Jennie Belle/9 July 1878/31 Jan 1898
George R./30 Sept 1880/23 Jan 1899

MELVILLE:
Agnes/1868/1896
Alexander/1864/1878
Peter/1801/1885
Ameria/his wife/1800/1858

MIUR / Muir:
Martha Alexander Miur/1837/1863

Motz, Otis W.,Age 98 years. Of Colgate. Fri. Nov. 13, 1998. Husband of Anna (nee DeCaluwe). Father of Spencer. Grandfather of Cara Pepper and Christa (Michael) Johnson. Great grandfather of Jennifer, Jacqueline and Jacob Johnson and Stephen John Pepper III. Brother of Lillian Bauer. Further survived by nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Funeral  at Lisbon Presbyterian Church, Hillside Rd. and Hwy 164, Sussex. Otis was a member of Henrizi-Schneider American Legion Post No. 382 for over 50 years and past state chaplain of the American Legion.

POURIE:
Robert/4 Oct 1810/9 Nov 1890
Jane/his wife/9 Jan 1807/21 Dec 1882

RANKIN:
James Jr./d. 16 Oct 1873/age 29
James Jr./d. 1873/29 yrs
James Sr./1804/1874
Mary/1811/1880
Humphey/1840/1901
Charlotte/his wife/1819/1912

Rankin, Wesley W. Age 94 years. Of Sussex. Wednesday September 5, 2007. Husband of Anna (Beaumont) Father of David (Eunice) and John Rankin. Stepfather of Ellen (Otto) Jacobs, Tom (Annelee) Beaumont, Gerald (Joan) Beaumont, Laura (Jeffrey) Heimsch and Michael (Maggie) Beaumont. Brother of Edgar (Janice) Rankin. Further survived by grandchildren, great-grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by his first wife Helen and a sister Genevieve. Funeral Services Monday September 10, 2007, 2PM at Lisbon Presbyterian Church, W250 N7905 Hillside Rd., Sussex. Wesley was a retired farmer from the Town of Lisbon, a member of Sussex Antique Power Association for many years and a life long member of Lisbon Presbyterian church. SCHMIDT & BARTELT A.A. Schmidt & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services Sussex 262-246-4774 Published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel from 9/8/2007 - 9/9/2007.

ROBINSON:
Ann/d. 24 Feb 1881/age 52

RODGERS:
Archibold/16 May 1891/age 81 yrs 7 mo
Agnes/his wife/25 Mar 1876/age 60 yr
George/son of Archibold/d. 29 Aug 1871/age 21
Robert/1829/1859
Christinas/his wife/1833/1872
Robert E./son/1855/1873
Alice/daughter/1859/1862

ROGER:
R. Roger/b. 1829/d. ????/age 29 yr/(Civil War Vet)
Janet/wife of Alex Rogers/d. 18 Sept 1848/age 80 yrs

ROGER:
See WATSON
See Rodgers

ROGERS:
Arnold/d. 16 May 189_/age 81 (Note: this entry and the one beneath appear to be those for Archibald and Agnes above)
Agnes/his wife/d. 25 May 1876/age 60
James & Abigol/d. 18??

Schafer, Esther M., (nee Meissner), d.  December 2, 1999 age 94 years. Wife of the late Willard. Mother of Barbara (Merl) Vollmer and the late Rev. Mark Schafer. Mother-in-law of Gale Schafer. Grandma of 5 and great-grandma of 8. Preceded in death by her 2 brothers Albert and Rueben Meissner and 2 sisters Ruby Dibble and Vieva Culver. Further survived by other relatives, and friends. Esther taught school for 21 years and was a life time member of First Baptist Church. Memorials to First Baptist Church appreciate.

Schmidt, Romaine A., nee Schmies, 62, of West Bend, died on Friday, June 14, 2002, at Community Memorial Hospital, Menomonee Falls. She was born on Aug. 25, 1939 in Milwaukee to the late Gottfried and Betty Jane (Norgren) Schmies, and married Marvin G. Schmidt on Dec. 8, 1955 in Milwaukee. Following their marriage the couple lived in various cities, coming to West Bend in 1993. Her husband passed away on Sept. 21, 1997. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, West Bend. Survivors include three children, Carrie (Bill) Wall of Slinger, Wendy Luedcke (friend Joe Bertrand) of West Bend and Lorie Weed of West Bend; six grandchildren, Michelle, Ryan and Jaclynn Wall, Michael and Jennifer Luedcke and Rachel Weed; a great-grandson, Jacob; a sister, Donna (Dick) Schwoelger of West Bend; the family pet, "Georgie;" nieces; nephews; other relatives and friends.

SIMPSON:
Mrs. Elizabeth/d. 5 July 1904/age 78
William/1818/1891

SMALL:
John/d. 29 Nov 1878?/age 76 - Note: According to Douglas T. Hennig, John b. 1799 and d. Nov 29, 1873 (Town of Lisbon Pioneers - Part IV: The Small Family
Margaret/his wife/1819/1900 - Note: Margaret was the wife of William, John's son. Isabelle was John's wife (According to Douglas T. Hennig, Town of Lisbon Pioneers - Part IV: The Small Family)

TEMPERO:
Chas./d. 1 Aug 1881/age 72
Helen/his wife/no dates

TEMPLETON:
Andrew/d. 8 June 1846/age 16

TERNMANT:(?)
James/25 June 1850/age 9

VANCE:
Rev. John/1823/age 54
Lucinda/his wife/1872/age 24

WATSON:
John/1827/1916/(Civil War Veteran)
Mary Roger Watson/1832-1916
Catherine/wife of Andrew Watson/d. 23 June 1875/age 72 yrs

WELSH:
See BOOTH

WHITTIER:
Wm./d. 2 Sept 1856/age 27

WILL:
James/1815/1900
Janette/his wife/1831/1916

Wittenburg, Russell R. "Russ", d. after his battle with MS April 7, 2002, age 54. Husband of Charlene (nee Krogman). Father of Dawn Krueger, Danielle, Todd (Kohanna) and Rustin Wittenburg. Grandpa of Brittany, Brooke, Taylor and Dante. Son of Clara Nimmerguth. Brother of Arnold (Lucille), Belle (Bob) Rombach, Elroy Jr. (Celine) and Virgil (Laura).


Updated 18 November 2001 by unknown - this issue updated  05/24/2012

 

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