Will Wiss

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Please feel free to use any of the photos that I have personally taken and uploaded to find-a-grave.

I have take photos and indexed:

—-St. Mary's Cemetery, Pickerel, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery September 2021; added over 150 new graves. (Cemetery is in excellent condition)

—-Lily Cemetery, Lily, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery August 2021; added over 300 new graves. (cemetery is in very good condition, well kept)

—-Elmwood Cemetery, Antigo, WI —- The Elmwood Cemetery was known as the new Antigo cemetery in newspaper obits. It began around 1915.
I photographed the entire cemetery March-September 2021; added over 2000 new graves. (Cemetery is in good condition, needs some gravestone repairs, often grass on stones)
September 2021 finishing indexing cemetery

—-Town of Norwood Cemetery, near Phlox, WI (Cemetery is in good condition)—-I photographed the entire cemetery and uploaded all new gravestone photos; summer 2021.

—-St. Joseph Cemetery, Phlox, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery. This cemetery was founded in 1889 after the death of Julia St. Louis. People who had died prior to the founding of the cemetery, had their bodies transferred to St. Joseph's.
The Cemetery consists of the old section and new section. The church burial Records to the old section were lost at some point and the diocese also does not have the records.
—-I will be adding to the old section which row to find a marker. Many people in the old section do not have markers. (Cemetery is in good condition)

—-Queen of Peace Cemetery, Antigo, WI—- This Cemetery was originally 3 Catholic Cemeteries representing the three Antigo Catholic Church's. The Cemetery dates back to 1882.
I have added photos to some graves. (Cemetery old section in need of maintenance, new sections are better kept but grass is often overgrown and on markers). The Cemetery office doesn't have the most organized listing of early grave sites.

—-Antigo Cemetery, Antigo, WI. I have uploaded some new photos and added some new graves.
Antigo Cemetery is Adjacent to the Queen of Peace Cemetery and dates back to the late 1870's. (Cemetery condition is good to fair, needs some maintenance; grass often overgrown and grass covering markers.)

Please feel free to use any of the photos that I have personally taken and uploaded to find-a-grave.

I have take photos and indexed:

—-St. Mary's Cemetery, Pickerel, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery September 2021; added over 150 new graves. (Cemetery is in excellent condition)

—-Lily Cemetery, Lily, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery August 2021; added over 300 new graves. (cemetery is in very good condition, well kept)

—-Elmwood Cemetery, Antigo, WI —- The Elmwood Cemetery was known as the new Antigo cemetery in newspaper obits. It began around 1915.
I photographed the entire cemetery March-September 2021; added over 2000 new graves. (Cemetery is in good condition, needs some gravestone repairs, often grass on stones)
September 2021 finishing indexing cemetery

—-Town of Norwood Cemetery, near Phlox, WI (Cemetery is in good condition)—-I photographed the entire cemetery and uploaded all new gravestone photos; summer 2021.

—-St. Joseph Cemetery, Phlox, WI—- I photographed the entire cemetery. This cemetery was founded in 1889 after the death of Julia St. Louis. People who had died prior to the founding of the cemetery, had their bodies transferred to St. Joseph's.
The Cemetery consists of the old section and new section. The church burial Records to the old section were lost at some point and the diocese also does not have the records.
—-I will be adding to the old section which row to find a marker. Many people in the old section do not have markers. (Cemetery is in good condition)

—-Queen of Peace Cemetery, Antigo, WI—- This Cemetery was originally 3 Catholic Cemeteries representing the three Antigo Catholic Church's. The Cemetery dates back to 1882.
I have added photos to some graves. (Cemetery old section in need of maintenance, new sections are better kept but grass is often overgrown and on markers). The Cemetery office doesn't have the most organized listing of early grave sites.

—-Antigo Cemetery, Antigo, WI. I have uploaded some new photos and added some new graves.
Antigo Cemetery is Adjacent to the Queen of Peace Cemetery and dates back to the late 1870's. (Cemetery condition is good to fair, needs some maintenance; grass often overgrown and grass covering markers.)

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