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Green Lake County, Wisconsin

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  • Felix Joseph Splitz (1895 - 1970)
  • Gerald Guy Wickersheim (1925 - 1991)
    World War 2 Army Veteran. United Methodist Church of Kingston member. Immanuel United Methodist Church of Ripon member.
  • Donna Leota Wickersheim (1927 - 2004)
  • Augusta Marie Stellmacher (1867 - 1934)
    MRS. STELLMACHER OF RIPON PASSES AWAY RIPON, WIS. (Special) After an illness of several months, Mrs. Augusta Stellmacher, prominent town of Ripon farmer, passed away about midnight, Wednesday at St. A...
  • Elisha Couse (1886 - 1947)
    COUSE RITES MONDAY Berlin, Wis. -- (Special) -- Funeral services for Elisha Couse, 61, who died at the Berlin hospital, Oct. 31, at 6 o'clock, will be held Monday, at 1 o'clock at the Carley funeral ho...

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in Green Lake County, Wisconsin.

Official Website

Green Lake county was established in 1858 when it split from Marquette County. It is named for Big Green Lake.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Villages and Towns

  • Berlin (part)
  • Brooklyn
  • Green Lake (County Seat)
  • Kingston
  • Mackford
  • Manchester
  • Markesan
  • Marquette
  • Princeton
  • Seneca
  • St. Marie

Other Communities: Dalton, Fairburn, Forest Glen Beach, Green Lake Terrace, Greenwyck, Indian Hills, Pleasant Point, Sandstone Bluff, Sherwood Forest, Spring Grove, Tuleta Hills and Utley


Cemeteries of Wisconsin



National Register of Historic Places

Digital History of Green Lake County

Green Lake History w/ map c.1878

Roots Web

Genealogy Trails


Dartford Historical Society