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Maple Grove Cemetery, Town of Plymouth


This cemetery was transcribed and contributed by Lois Andrews.

Town of Plymouth, Sheboygan County

Also known as Grant Cemetery or Vander hoof Cemetery

Location: T15N, R21E, NE 1/4, SE1/4 Section 10. Northeast of the City of Plymouth on County
Road E ¼ mile south of County Trunk J on the west side of the road. Enter through the farmyard.

1862 County Map

Copied June 8, 1980 by Louise Beiersdorf, Marge Jagler, Carl Lutz & Diane Mueller
Complied 2004-2005 by Lois Andrews


Rows copied from North to South

RowNameBirthdateDeathdateMaiden NameInscriptions & Information
1Vander hoof, Guyborn 7-9-1868died 3-2-1959 son
1Vander hoof, Hulday{born 2-13-1845 in NJ}died Oct. 25, 1885 mother - aged 50 yrs 9 mos. 12 days
1Vander hoof, Staffordborn 11-19-1876 in Wisconsin  Son - Military 1917-1918
1Vander hoof, Claude Vernonborn May 14, 1880died Oct. 22, 1935 son
1Gilman, Infant died Aug. 8, 1923 son of F. & O. - Fred G. & Orletta Vander hoof Gilman
1Vander hoof, Mary died Nov. 6, 1888Shaugerwife of J. W. - John W. - aged 46 yrs
1Fuszard, Martin L. died Sept. 2, 1853 son of Charles & Caroline {Hounsell} - aged 9 mos. 3? Days
1(Stone eroded)    
1Hounsell, Elizabethborn 1795died April 13, 1853Dearenwife of Jonothan - OSSW
1Hounsell, Jonothanborn Feb. 28, 1784 (England)died Aug. 14, 1854 1841 Census in England
2Dobbins, Hughborn Aug. 14, 1825  OSSW
2Dobbins, Elisa AnnNov. 8, 1831Oct. 21, 1891Steelehis wife
2Steele, J. Steele July 22, 1864 died defending his country - aged 24 yrs 3 mos. 15 days - OSSW
2Dobbin, Wm. H. Dobbin Sept. 3, 1861 died defending his country - aged 20 yrs 5 mos. 9 days - OSSW
2Dobbin, S. Dobbin Jr. Nov. 24, 1861 died defending his country - aged 21 yrs 7 mos. 20 days - Three GAR markers with flags
2Davis, Lincoln H.18601945 OSSW
2Davis, Lucy C.18551952 dau. of Peter Vander hoof
2Vander hoof, PeterAug. 27, 1827Aug. 23, 1910 OSSW
2Vander hoof, SusannaFeb. 3, 1836Feb. 1, 1913Shaugerhis wife
2Vander hoof,    Side Stones: Father & Mother, GAR marker with flag
2Vander hoof, Samuel S. died Dec. 14, 1849, brother to Susanna aged 20 yrs 10 mos. 19 days
2Call, Milo L.   1st husband of Hulday V., row 1 - Co. B 27th Wis. Inf. - GAR marker with flag. No dates - b. 1841 per Military registration
2Vander hoof, Sarah{born 12-18-1804died Jan. 7, 1876Dobbinwife of John - aged 71 yrs 10 days
2Vander hoof, JohnJan. 15, 1804March 24, 1888  
3Hazelton, Sarah G. died April 21, 1871 daughter of William V. & Lucinda - 1 yr 1mo. 10 days
3Hazelton, John D. died Oct. 20, 1871 brother to William - aged 26 yrs.
3Hazelton, Sarah G. died Aug. 29, 1876 Mother - aged 49 yrs 2 mos. 24 days
3Dobbins, Father Dobbins (Solomon) died Sept. 13, 1873 aged 83 yrs 3 mos. 23 days
3Dobbins, Charlotte died Feb. 28, 1878Tuttlewife of Solomon - aged 78 yrs 6 mos. 10 days
3Steele, Joseph W.18721969 OSSW - 7-11-1872, Ply & died 7-21-1969, Elgin, IL - Parents: William & Jennie Losaw Steele
3Steele, Mary J.18761967  
3Keuper, Maria K. died Mar. 27, 1851 daughter of J. J. & M. D. - John & Maria Dobbin - aged 2 yrs 9 mos
3Keuper, CharlesNov. 30, 1852Sept. 27, 1908 son of John & Maria Dobbin
4Pettet, Mary A.   M.A.P. – Footstone for Mary A. Pettet - (broken)
4Crain, James died Oct. 1, 1864 father of Mary Crain - aged 51 yrs 5 mos.
4Pettet, Mary A. died June 29, 1869CrainWife of J. A. - m. Joseph Pettet 9-14-1865 - Aged 21 yrs 9 mos. 15 days
4Steele, Sarah J.April 13, 1851Jan. 5, 1881LosawMother
4Steele, Caroline {Jones}Aug. 7, 1842Jan. 6, 1928MillerGrandma - First husband Hugh Jones died shortly thereafter
4Steele, Charlotte died June 4, 1861 wife of Wm. Jr. - aged 18 yrs 8 days - Small Footstone: C. S.
4Grant, Lewis G. died May 11, 1863 son of G. W. {George W.} & H. M. - aged 3 yrs 11 mos. 15 days - “We know that he is happy that whatever ill may come, Can never reach our darling in his bright celestial home. No pain, no grief, no anxious fear can reach the peaceful sleeper here.”
4Steele, WilliamNov. 4, 1834March 27, 1922 Father - Civil War marker with flag
4Steele, Mary died April 14, 1864StinsonWife of W. - {Sunk in ground /unable to read if there is more}
5Vander hoof, Samuel N. June 22, 1862 son of S. S. & E. - (Samuel Saran & Elenor Anderson). - Co. U 19th Reg. Wis, Vol., died at Madison, - age 17 yrs 2 mos. 6 days - GAR marker and flag.
5Steele, George W. died Oct. 4, 1859 son of G. & M. J. - (Jane Vander hoof) - aged 2 mos. 5 days
5Grant, Alburn L. Died at Evansville, IN on April 23, 1862 Private Co. B 8th Reg. Wis. Vol. - Aged 22 yrs 1 mo. 4 days - “His epitaph shall be sweet flowers, Red, White & Blue.”
6Keppeler, JohnDec. 20, 1860March 22, 1910 1880 Census lists KEPPLER
6Goldbeck, MargarethaDec. 19, 1863Aug. 12, 1935Keppler 
6Gottschalk, LenaMay 13, 1882April 9, 19390Keppler 
6Gottschalk, Herman H.Nov. 11, 1872March 28, 1947 married on 4-23-1902
6Keppeler, M. Louise died June 1, 1862 dau. of F. & H. - aged 4 yrs 10 mos. 19 days
6Keppeler, {Frederick}Dec. 4,1829Jan. 25,1898 next to Henriette - Two Footstones: Father
6Keppeler, {Henriette}Dec. 9, 1832May 24, 1901 Frederick - Mother
6Keppeler, L. (Ludwig) Frederick (Jr.)18641951 m. Augusta 5-25-1890
6Keppeler, Augusta18641939Achsel 
6Keppeler, Ida Gest 13 Mai 1888 gattin von Fred Keppler Jr. - im alter von 20 yr 8 m 17 t - wife of Fred Keppler Jr. - aged 20 yrs 8 mos. 17 days - OSSW
6Keppeler, Ida   unser tochterlein, gest - im alter von 19 t - little girl, died from birth 19 days
6Grant, John H. died Dec. 19, 1863 son of Allen C. & Charlotte - aged 18 yrs 4 mos. 8 days
6Miller, Myron L. died Sept. 6, 1864 Co E 36th Reg. Wis. Vol. - aged 33 yrs 5 mos. 24 days - GAR marker with flag - 2 buried pieces of stone flank Miller stone - one-piece poetic inscription
6Grant, Margaret L. died May 2, 1873Steelewife of G. A.(George A.) - aged 29 yrs 1 mo 13 days
6Grant, Maggie P. B. died Oct. 3, 1873 dau. of G.A. & M - aged 5 mos. 7 days - George A. & Margaret Steele married 7-29-1866 - Sheboygan County Records
7Johnson, Jacob{born 2-19-1770 in Columbia County, NY}died April 25, 1875 aged 105 yrs 2 mos. 6 days - He voted at every election except the first one per his obituary. - “The lingering years, the toil forever done, life’s winter past, eternal spring begun.”
7Gessert, * Amanda A.1898 born 12-2-18981975 died 11-21-1975 never married
7Gessert, * Reuben William4-16-1909uncut {d. 5-21-1993} (used name William than Reuben)
7Gessert, * Benjamin18941947  
7Gessert, * John H.Dec. 19, 1895March 23, 1946 Wis. Pvt. 28th Inf. 1st Div.,- Purple Heart and US marker with flag - *(Parents: William and Henrietta Kissinger Gessert)
7Coon, Susanna  Baker, S.B.C.with marker: dau. of a Revolutionary Soldier - Placed by Ellen Hays Peck Chapter DAR Headstone: - J. C. with GAR marker & flag next to
7Coon, Jamesborn July 23, 1799May 23, 1879 OSSW
7Coon, Susannah B.Feb. 20, 1800Dec, 23, 1882Baker 
7Coon, Charlotte died May 11, 1863 aged 10 yrs 2 mos. 10 days - OSSW
7Coon, Susannah died May 11, 1863 aged 8 yrs 2 mos. 20 days
7Coon, William M.April 22, 1860June 2, 1873 son of B. O. & P. R.
7Coon, Benjamin O(rrin)Feb. 2, 1825March 28, 1909 son of James & Susannah Baker Coon
7Coon, Philena R(achel)Jan. 15, 1830April 11, 1925Grantwife of B.O. Coon - married 6-1-1851 - Her parents were: Allen Grant & Charlotte Stinson Grant
8Smart, Lucy A. died Sept. 2, 1874 aged 1 yr 6 mos. 13 days - OSSW
8Smart, Infant son died May 14, 1858 aged 1 day - Children of H. & P. Smart
8Losaw, George L. died May 11, 1863 aged 2 yrs 5 mos. 26 days son of F. & E. - Frank & Elizabeth Vander hoof Losaw - 1880 Census lists Casaw
9Boyer, Mary Ann died Oct. 6, 1896 Front - aged 76 yrs
9Boyer, James Emmerson died Feb. 17, 1891 Right - aged 31 yrs - OSSW
9Boyer, William Henry died Aug. 30, 1864 aged 19 yrs - Vol. Co. E 36th Wis. Reg. Enlisted Feb. 29, 1864
9Boyer, William died Sept. 5, 1872 aged 63 yrs - Left VET marker
9Barber,    Footstone: O. J. B.
9Barber,    Footstone: J. R. B.
9Barber, John R. died Jan. 12, 1881 aged 70 yrs 6 mos. 14 days - OSSW
9Barber, Oskar J. died Aug. 21, 1866 aged 14 yrs - OSSW
9Barber, Ephram H. June 8, 1865 died for his country at Virginia
aged 20 yrs - Vets marker - OSSW
9Barber, Rebeckaborn 6-1812died Nov. 1, 1900Hartgroveaged 88 yrs, next to
9Barber,    (Cova ?) - Father - Vets marker - Mr. Hartgrove from Maryland
9Barber, James W.born in 1833died Feb. 18, 1908 next to
9Barber, Baby   no inscription
9Andrews, Jean Marie19331968 next to dau. of Richard & Ethel
9Andrews, Ethel America18951965Nicholswife
9Andrews, Richard E.18921964 son - husband
9Andrews, Edwin Lanceleth18661964 father
9Andrews, Lance E.19201983 son of Richard & Ethel
10Shauger, WilliamFeb. 14, 1799Oct. 13, 1886 OSSW
10Shauger, SarahApril 13, 1806Dec. 17, 1900Lyonhis wife
10Shauger, Hannah18541905 married James Hazelton b.1850
Daughter - Footstones: Father & Mother
10Shauger, IsaacJan. 9, 1828May 25, 1907 son - GAR marker
10Shauger, Mary S.March 13, 1835Feb. 1, 1886 wife of Isaac
10Shauger, Clarence N. died June 22, 1876 adopted son of I & M - aged 4 mos. 7 days
10Shauger, John S. died April 9, 1876 adopted son of I & M - aged 1 yr 5 mos. 21 days
10Hazelton, GeorgeOct. 23, 1848Jan. 8, 1919 OSSW - mother - Sarah G. - page 1)
10Hazelton, Julia A.July 31, 1853April 1, 1918 his wife
10Hazelton, Reylon18851896 11 yrs old - Brother
10Hazelton, Lemuel Montrose died May 3, 1885 aged 2 yrs 2 mos. 3 days - OSSW
10Hazelton, Montrose died May 3, 1885 aged 2 mos. 21 days - Children of George & Julia - Footstones: Montrose, Lemuel Montrose
11Smart, Charles F. died in his 30th year son of Chas. & Elmyra or Myra - m. 12-31-1880 - 2nd wife - OSSW
11Smart, Lewis   son of Chas. & C.A. - died at the age of 4 mos. 2 days
11Smart, Calista A.  Grantm.11-26-1870 - died shortly thereafter - 1st wife of Chas. - GAR marker & flag - Footstones: Chas. F. & Lewis
11Edwards, Daniel W.Nov. 23, 1860Oct. 14, 1862 son of William - England & Ann - NJ
11Schneider, Louis O.18711957 son of John & Cristina Schneider
11Koelbel, Leo18731958 Should be KOEBEL - son of John & Minnie Koebel - Per the Manitowoc County 1880 Census
12Courter, JonathanMarch 11, 1813Jan. 10 1849 OSSW
12Shaw, Jans CourterDec. 23, 1832died in Dec. 1869 Children of Cor(nelius) & E(lizabeth) Courter - OSSW
12Shaw, Joseph died March 12, 1862 in the Army - OSSW
12Shaw, CorneliusSept. 10, 1782April 29, 1860 father - OSSW
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12Shaw, ElizabethMarch 28, 1790died in Dec. 1863 mother - OSSW
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12Shaw, Daughterborn in Nov. 1864died in Feb. 1865 OSSW
12Shaw, CorneliusJan. 8, 1849April 1864 OSSW - age 15 - Grandchildren:
12Shaw, James W.Aug. 20, 1855April 1864 OSSW - age 9
12Shaw, Sidney S.Nov. 2, 1857April 1864 OSSW - Vets marker - age7
12Mayer, AurillaNov. 10,1860Jan. 6, 1939 Mother - OSSW
12Mayer, JohnFeb. 24, 1859April 16, 1941 Father
12Mayer, Paul H.Aug. 7, 1894Sept. 2, 1929 Marker F.O.E./L.T.J.E. No. 1312
12Kruse, Mary K.Jan. 18, 1885June 1, 1917Mayerwife of Alfred C. Kruse - OSSW
12Kruse, Infant daughterborn May 27, 1917died May 27, 1917  
12Barber, James L.18181885 Father - OSSW
12Barber, Amanda18251906 Mother
12Woerner, Robert W.18941974 Footstone next to
12Woerner, Robert18941974 OSSW
12Woerner, Fred1905uncut died 1-06-1995 - Footstone next to Fred W. 1905 - uncut
13Hoffmann, Katie18781967AdermannMother - OSSW
13Hoffmann, Herman18741972 Father - OSSW - son of August & Catherine M. Hoffmann
13Hoffmann, Alice1904uncut died Oct. 16, 1987
13Adermann, AugustaMay 20, 1889Dec. 8, 1958Hintzmarried Wm-11-23-1912
13Adermann, TheodoreFeb, 21, 1883Dec. 31, 1937  
13Woerner, BerthaJan. 31, 1862Nov. 25, 1894  
13Woerner, AndreasSept. 21, 1820May 27, 1906 Father - OSSW
13Woerner, Anna A.Sept. 26, 1834July 12, 1902 Mother
13Woerner, * Anna18971966 OSSW
13Woerner, Louis18641943 OSSW - son of Andreas - *=kids of Louis
13Woerner, * Arthur W.1894uncut 11-1982 - OSSW
13Woerner, * Mary18761962 next to
13Woerner, MaryOct. 1, 1876Oct. 29, 1962 Mother - next to
13Woerner, AnnaOct. 10, 1897March 25, 1966 Daughter - next to
13Woerner, Arthur W.1896uncut 11-1982
14Schoensigel, Carl L.Oct. 1, 1899Nov. 10, 1918  
14Schoensiegel, EmilieDec. 3, 1873April 15, 1909  
14Schoensiegel, Wm. F.July 28, 1873Nov. 17, 1901  
14Schoensiegel, KatherineJan. 14, 1842Feb. 13, 1923 wife of Philip
14Schoensiegel, Philip J. J.Aug. 30, 1832Oct. 20, 1897 GAR marker
14Velie, Alvanor E.18461897 Father - GAR marker
14Velie, Mary E.18531921 Mother
14Velie, Vera E.July 26, 1891April 1, 1908Felter 
15Suhrke, Erva E.Sept. 17, 1909Dec. 12, 1909 dau. of O. (Otto) & E. - 1880 Census lists name as Sushrke - (Grandparents of William & Mary Suhrke)
15LaCroix, Elna19011958 OSSW
15LaCroix, Edward J.18941974 Amer. Legion Aux. Marker - Son of Wm & Elizabeth Dickrell LaCroix
15LaCroix, Arno19241932  
15Miller, Laura E.18791949 OSSW
15Miller, William H.18731948  
16Adermann, Beanga18801961 OSSW - Ankla Winkel married Charles 12-26-1900 per Sheb. Cty
16Adermann, Charles18751961 son of Christian & Erstten Adermann
16Brickheimer, Isabelle18701940Andrewsmarried Fred on 6-26-1890 - nickname: Bell - Parents: Ephraim & Marie Andrews - sister married to Darwin Vanderhoof
16Andrews, Mary E.May 10, 1841Nov. 7, 1917  
16Andrews, James E.March 24, 1833Feb. 3, 1921 Wis. Vol. Co. G 37th Regt - GAR marker & Flag
16Vander hoof, Nathan A.Oct. 9, 1868Oct. 23, 1920 OSSW
16Vander hoof, KatherineDec. 7, 1881Feb. 17, 1936Millerhis wife - m.12-7-1901 - Sheb.Cty - Footstones: Father & Mother
16Vander hoof, Harold19101892 son
16Smart, J. H.(James H.)   Co. C 4th Cav. - Pvt. Farrier Cavalry
16Miller, JohnMarch 3, 1873May 1901 Aunt - Mrs. Wm. Steele - aged 28 yrs
16Otte, Gerard J.born 2-8-1912died 9-1987 Parents: Jacob and Ella Wendell Otte - wife: Elenor Leverenz
16Otte, Donald Gerardborn 7-8-1936died 2-10-2004 son of Gerard & Elenor Otte
16Owen, Kenneth L.born 8-17-1908died 4-1985 wife Delores Miller - Parents: Frank and Pearl Peasley Owen


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