St. John Cemetery
There are a number of sites to visit for information about the burials at this cemetery.
St. Columba and St. John shared a pastor until July 1998.
St. Clare Cemetery
These are our church records for St. Clare 1917 to 1958
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee is working to get all cemetery records online, so visit www.cemeteries.org
Download this brochure which outlines our Cemetery Rules and Guidelines for both St. John Cemetery in the Town of Erin and St. Clare Cemetery in the Town of Merton. These brochures are also available at the Parish Office and in a brochure box at both cemeteries.
Every spring and fall, the parish sets aside one week to clean up seasonal decorations. This happens after Thanksgiving and before Easter. During that time all artificial flowers and torn decorations will be disposed of.
If you are researching your family, the oldest church sacramental records for baptism, marriage and death, are at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Contact their archivist for further information email@example.com
The Archdiocese has some rules regarding genealogy searches, so review their requirements at Genealogy
For the former St. John in Monches, other civic/school records are located at the Hartford History Room, inside the Hartford Library. The Church of Latter Day Saints / LDS have copies of church records for St. John in Monches. Please note that the older records (1845 to 1900’s) are written in Latin.
For St. Clare in North Lake, the civic records are located in Waukesha at the Waukesha Historical Society.
A researcher in the area offers this website:www.wisconsinancestors.com which is all encompassing.