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Plymouth Township, Rock County, Wisconsin

The Plymouth Cemetery was originally established approximately 1/2 mile north and on the the opposite side of the road of its present location. Those burials were moved to the current location. The Hanover Cemetery Association was established on April 25, 1850 with 1 acre of land from Caleb Inman. Over the years, the cemetery became more commonly known as the Plymouth Cemetery [official in April, 2000].

For a list of the persons buried at Plymouth Cemetery click here. It is part of the USGenWeb project - a project dedicated to gathering cemetery information and posting it online.

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