County O (Sizer) Cemetery
This cemetery, located on Cty Hwy O is known as Sizer Cemetery. It is surrounded by a white metal fence and has a sign which reads, “Perpetual Care by Ozaukee County Memorial Post 5373 Veterans of Foreign Wars” Many of the stones are flat on the ground and most are difficult to read.
Ralph, b. Aug 4, 1838, d. June 8, 1896, Corp Co A Wis Hvy Arty, Civil War, G.A.R. marker
Ralph Jr., b. Aug 4, 1838, d. April 5, 1875
Ralph, d. Sept 5, 1863, Aged 58 yrs
John W., Son of R & M Burrell, d. Aug 14, 1862
Charles, Son of W & M Hamiy, d. May 17, 1862
Olive M., Daugther of ?, d. Feb 26, 185?, Aged 1 year
Mary, Wife of P, b. ?, d. ?
Hubert, d. Oct 2, 1864, Aged 29 yrs 1 ms & 14 ds, of Co E 35th Regt Wis Vols at the Soldiers ? Chicago
Franklin, d. Jan 31, 1864, Aged 18 yrs 6 ms & 25 ds, of Co E 35th Regt Wis Vols, Camp at Milwaukee
Nancy, Wife of ?, d. July 11, 186?
Phillip, d. Aug 21, 1875
Julia J., Wife of W ?, d. Nov 26, 1861, Aged 22 yrs 7ms & 22 dys
Freda, b. Sept 22, 1861, d. April 10, 1888
Dana I, Son of L & E Sizer, d. March 5, 1853, Aged 37 yrs, ? ms & 23 dys
Esther, Wife of Lemuel, d. Nov 29, 1859, Age 74yrs 7 ms & 11 ds
Lemuel S., d. April 1, 186?
Elizabeth, Wife of Lemuel Sizer, d. Feb 11, 1855, Aged 92 yrs 11 ms & 23 ds
?, Wife of ?, d. ? 22, 1859
Fluta, Daughter of A.D. & M.J., d. Oct 10, 1862
Sibbal, Wife of Lemuel Wilson, Daughter of Lemuel & Esther Sizer, d. April 19, 1853, Aged 49 yrs ? ms & 14 ds
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