Immaculate Conception Cemetery
Sheboygan, WI

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John KliejunasInformation: Sheboygan is located 50 miles north of Milwaukee on the shores of Lake Michigan, was settled primarily by German, Irish and Dutch immigrants in the 1840s and 1850s. Jewish settlers arrived in the 1880s from an area east of Vilnius in the region that is today Belarus. Other Lithuanians, their interest aroused by friends already in the United States, followed. Sheboygan became a destination because its numerous growing industries, chair factories in particular, provided well paying jobs. By 1903, the Lithuanian Catholic community in Sheboygan had grown sufficiently that a congregation for Lithuanian -speaking Catholics was formed, with 35 families and 50 individuals as members; the name Immaculate Conception Church was chosen. The first pastor was Rev. Casimer Ambrozaitis. Church members were buried at Calvary Cemetery until land for the parish cemetery was purchased in 1929.
Location: Weeden Creek Road (County Road EE), between South 12th Street and Lake Shore Drive, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

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