Prussian Pioneers Landing in Hudson in 1852 or Before / The Cemetery Association [Founders]

Photographed July 13, 2015
Dedicated 22 June 2002,
celebrating 150 years since the founding of the colony
Hudson, St. Croix County, Wisconsin
44° 56.656′ N, 92° 38.349′ W

PRUSSIAN PIONEERS LANDING IN
HUDSON IN 1852 OR BEFORE
Hely Schwalen · Nicholas Schwalen · Cibilla (Schneider) Schwalen · Bartholomew Schwalen · Helena (Schneider) Schwalen · Cecilia Schwalen · Hilarius Schwalen · John Peter Roehl · Margaretha (Schwalen) Roehl · Leonard Rohl · Anna Maria (Schwalen) Rohl · Anna Maria Rohl · Anna Margaretha Rohl · Anna Gertrude Rohl · Peter Rohl · Matthew Rohl · Peter Jost/Yost · Anna Maria (Goenen) Yost · Anna Catharina Yost · Maria Yost · Johann Nicholas Mayer · M. Josephine (Jouck) Mayer · John Nicholas Mayer, Jr. · Peter B. Mayer · Christian Bonnes · Elizabeth Bonnes · Johann Ross · Susanna Ross · Mathias Ross · Johann Ross, Jr. · Christina Ross · John Ross · Gertrude Ross · Anton Ross
THE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION WAS
FOUNDED 25 MARCH 1871 BY:
Bartholomew Schwalen, Chair · Christian Bonnes, Secretary · Hely Schwalen, Treasurer · Joseph Bonnes · John Hapsch · Mathias Knott · J. Nicholas Mayer · John N. Mayer, Jr. · Peter B. Mayer · J. Peter Rohl · Leonard Rohl · Mathew Rohl · Nicholas Schwalen

This memorial was dedicated 22 June 2002, celebrating 150 years since the founding of this colony.
The marker is located at German Settlement Cemetery (1871) on northbound County Highway U, north of its intersection with Tower Road, Hudson, Wisconsin 54016.



See also, German Settlement / Since 1851, on the reverse side of this marker.

 The marker is on the reverse side of German Settlement / Since 1851.





Civil War Veteran Corporal Oscar Van Kuster, Company C.,
8th Minnesota Infantry, is buried at the cemetery.


 With Highway U visible in the distance, to the left.

The marker is located in St. Croix County, Wisconsin.

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