Wauwatosa historical connections

The diagram below marks headstones of several important historical people buried there. The names are on the left. If you click a person or family name, historical information is displayed. If you click a number on the map, it will display information as well associated with the people and place on the left.
Places
First Baptist Church (built 1852)
Free and Accepted Masons
Wauwatosa Cemetery (est. 1854)
People
Blodgett, Elisha (d. 1863) - (17)
Brown, Slias M. (d.1868) - (11)
Clapp, Reverend Luther (d. 1894) and Mrs. Harriet (d. 1895) - (16)
Day, Dr. Fisk Holbrook (d. 1903) -{8)
Dittmar, John F. (d. 1911) - (18)
Ferguson, Theodore J. (d. 1928) - (9)
Gilbert, Richard (d. 1879) and Nancy (d. 1880) - (2)
Gridley, Leander Lot and Mary Roberts - (3)
Harwood, Oliver (d. 1867) - (6)
Hill, Annis Avery (d. 1885) - (15)
Hoyt, Emerson (d. 1924) - (7)
Lefeber Family - (13)
Morgan, James (d. 1840) - (10)
Moss, John (d. 1916) - (19)
Riddle, Thomas M. (d. 1869) - (14)
Schoonmaker Family - (12)
Stickney, James (d. 1904) and Charles (d. 1906) - (1)
Underwood Family
Unknown Soldier
Warren, Joseph A. (d. 1803)- (5)
Wheeler, Lyman (d. 1887) - (4)
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Stickney, James and Charles Underwood Family Moss, John Dittmar,  John F. Lefeber Family First Baptist Church Unknown Soldier Blodgett, Elisha Hill, Annis Avery Riddle, Thomas M. Clapp, Rev. Luther and Mr. Harriet Brown, Silas M. Schoonmaker Family Morgan, James Ferguson, Theodore J. Day, Dr. Fisk Holbrook Harwood, Oliver Wheeler, Lyman Warren, Joseph A. Gridley, Leander Lot and Mary Roberts Gilbert, Richard and Nancy Memorial Lane