Dells Dam Cemetery


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Photos of the burial grounds: #1, #2, #3.

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History of this Cemetery


Submitted by Lorraine Markee & Ken Wood.



Clark Co Republican and Press  Thursday March 31, 1910  p 5 col 4


It is understood that the bodies in Levis cemetery are soon to be moved to new grounds at the expense of the La Crosse Water Power Co.  The work will probably be done under the direction of Peter Johnson whose experience and care in undertaking work make him a man to be trusted with such work.


Clark Co Republican and Press  Thursday April 14, 1910  p 5 col 5


Moving the bodies from the old French Cemetary (sic) in Levis began Wednesday under the direction of Peter Johnson.  Some were taken to the new cemetery on the farm of Ole Johnson, other were moved to Neillsville Cemetery.  The Power Company stood the expense of moving the bodies.

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"f" in red indicates source of material came from below and was provided by James Sternitzky


Nowak, Lorraine D. (Sternitzky) and Lila (Sternitzky) Schmitz. The Sternitzky Family History, Our Roots. Granton, Wisc.: 1997.

Gottschalk, Norma Habeck. The Garbisch Garden, 1798-1984. Stoughton, Wisc.: 1984.





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