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AAlto - Kuzuinplik

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AAlto, Jack T. and Elizabeth A.
AAlto, Waino J. and Hilma M.
Adams, Beulah Muzzy
Alexovich, Samuel
Alli, Ray
Alt, Frederick A.
Alton, Frederick W.
Ambrose, Frank D. and Amanda L.
Ameche, Mario J. and Dorothy J.
Ames, Silas and Eliza Johnson
Ammerman, Louis and Minnie
Amo, Helen M.
Andersen, Helen L.
Anderson, Ally
Anderson, Viola H.
Applegate, Robert Amos
Applegate, Robert E.
Ashby, Ollie C. and Jennie
Backe, Hulda M.
Bader, H. John andLois Mary
Bagdon, Alexandria
Bailey, W. and Annie
Bailey, William
Baldwin, Charlie
Baldwin, Chauncey
Baldwin, Mary C.
Barlow A.
Barlow, Abner
Barnum, Joanna
Bartman, Arthur G.
Bates, Henry K. and Martha A.
Becker, Amelia
Becker, Edith
Becker, Fred W.
Beckman, Charles A.
Beckman, Charles F. and Ellen
Beckman, John M. Jr.
Bekker, Barnard H.
Bell, L.
Bellaver, Jesse
Benedict, Anna E.
Benedict, Daniel B.
Benedict, John
Benedict, Julia Benedict
Benedict, Paul Howie and Julia Lyman Spencer
Beyersdorfer, Jennie
Bice, Charles W.
Bitchardt, Sarah and unclear
Bjornbak, Carl A.V.
Blains, Henry King
Bleashka, Alex and Florence A.
Bleashka, John
Blockel, Ulrich
Bloom, Frank
Bobrowska, Eva
Bohatkiewicz, John and Mary Ann
Boiko, James
Bokmueller, Matthew A.
Bon, August and Lucile
Borak, Fred Sr.
Borkenhagen, Rudolph J.
Borkenhagen, William G.
Bostetter, Henry
Bottoe, Minnie King
Bounsall, Margaret M.
Bounsall, William C.
Bouterse, Cornelius and Seyke
Boyd, James M.
Boyington, Alfred E. and Myrtle M.
Boyington, Betty
Braatz, lila lui
Braatz, myron E.
Brahim, Muharem I.
Breiseth, Ruth Christine
Breiseth, Tillman Kermet
Brittle, Ethel
Brockway, Luman
Bromley, Anna W.
Bruzas, John and Helen
Bubinsky, Theodore
Budewitz, Frank A. and Hannah
Bullen, Cecile Gibbs
Bullen, John (General)
Bullen, Julia Frances
Bullen, Orbis Hart
Bullen, Susan A. Baker
Bullen, William and Julia Hart Bennett
Burrington, Catherine B.
Burrington, Henry
Buschwah, Harriet Dye
Byers and Hannan families
Cahoon, B.P.
Cahoon, Caroline L.
Cahoon, Sophronia
Calkins, Charles Richard and Elisabeth Spencer
Cammon, Medora Dodge
Cappert, Paul G.
Capron, Albert Banfield
Capron, Florence S.
Capron, Horace Mann
Carlberg, Charlotta
Celmer, Henry A. and martha E.
Chianelli, June Rose
Chromec, Joseph and Mary
Chropuvka, Rev. Paul and Suzanne
Cicchini, Laura
Ciganovich, John J. and Anna
Clark, Hannah F.
Clark, Silas
Clarkson, Esther A.
Clarkson, Joseph Russell
Cleerman, Joseph
Clithepoe, Fred and Emily B.
Clough, Charles W. and Rozelia S.
Cober, Elnora
Cober, F. William
Coleman, John
Collins, Minerva
Comstock, Maria Diadema
Comstock, Samuel Franklin
Conforti, Joe
Congdon, Oral E. and Esther M.
Cook, Catherine
Copoian, Harry M.
Creswell, Clifford M. and Dorothy S.
Croasdale, John Henry
Crosit, David and Achsah
Cvetkovich, Miodrag and Gertrude
Dana, John Winchester
Dana, Susan Damon
Dangelo, Natale and Agata
Daniels, Edwin F.
Daniels, Kate Elkins
De Cristofaro, Anthony
De Noble, Leon
De Ridder, Lambertus
De Witt, Harold Thomas
DeBooy, Ethel V.
DeGaris, Amelia C.
DeGroat, Jesse V. III
DeHamer, Thomas J.
Deltoro, Manuel S. Sr. and Delfina C.
Deming, B.F.
Deming, E.H.
Deming, I.Y.
Deming, Rheuben H. and Mary Ann Dana
Demirjian, Kirkor
Demos, Hazel B.
DePaoll, Richard S. Sr.
DeRidder, Cornelia
Dibble, Dorothy F. Workman
Dodge, Harriet Stone
Dodge, Jennie J.
Dodson, Mrs. W.R.
Doleska, Edward
Domenk, Peter J. and Hazel
Doolittle, Ann
Doolittle, Harriet
Doroszkeiwicz, Paul E.
Dougherty, James W.
Dowhal, Konstantine
Dragancevich, Joseph
Drake, Frederick Haines
Drake, Hastings E.
Drake, Sarah A. Hatch
Durant, Levi and H.
Durant, Lizzie L.
Durgin, Solomon
Durgin, unclear female
Dye, Edward H.
Dye, Nathan and Lucy M.
Dyer, James D. and Mabelle E.
Eastman, Jonathan
Ebenhe, Katie
Eckhardt, Wilhelm
Edy, Samuel H.
Elijosius, Sam
Elijovsius, Ralph M. and Victoria
Elyash, Mary
Engelhardt, John W.
Engelhardt, John
Estes, Frances T.
Fellows, Ann
Ferguson, Allan and Jennie
Field, Caroline L. and B.C.
Filz, Henrietta
Fischer, Dorothy J.
Fisher, Clarence A.
Fletcher, Eliza and family
Fondrliak, John H.
Foster, Alfred Jr.
Foster, Charles
Fox, Hattie
Fox, Samuel N.
Francis, Eliel T.
Frank, Col. Michael
Franke, J.T.
Fransway, Albert
Fransway, Katherine Klein
Frederking, Nellie and Alta Mae
French, Alice and Briggs, Ada French
French, Volney and Addie T.
Frese, Otto
Fritzsche, Fred K.
Fritzsche, Sidonia
Fucito, Constance Capron
Fuller, Simok
Gail, Helen J.
Gail, Mary D' Elda
Gand, Harvey and Emily
Georgi, Sophie
Gerlach, Karl
Gerlach, Wilhelmenia Podella
Geshay, Cornelia
Gilbert, L.G.
Gilbert, Lorenzo
Ginney, Gerald P. and Timothy A.
Giovanelli, Angelina A.
Gleason, Albert H.
Gloss, Nicholas and Mary Ann
Glover, James P.
Goffe, Louis K.
Gomez, Ignacion
Gonzales, Annie Marie
Grbavac, John
Greco, James C. and Ella
Green Ridge Cemetery sign
Green, Sarah
Grevenow, Harry A. and Dorothy C.
Gritzmzcher, Alice L.
Gudwich, Walter Stanley
Gust, Peter Renja
Hale, J. Edwin
Haley, Marion R.
Hall, Mary J. Blake
Halverson, Gertrude J.
Hansen, Bertha
Harlow, Charles W.
Harmon, Alzadia M.
Harmon, Geo.
Harrison, Virginia Louise
Hart, Nina May
Hartung, Caroline Holderness
Hartung, Wm. and Sophia
Hartzell, Esther A.
Hassa, John M.
Hatch, Henry
Haubrich, Paul
Heinicke, Herman
Hertlein, Fred A.
Hertzberger, Ben P.
Hertzberger, Mary
Hillesland, Myrtle L.
Hillmer, Audrey May
Hilpert, Mildred W.
Hinderholtz, Nicholas
Hjorth, Mette Christine
Hjorth, Peter
Hoare, Frederick W.
Hodel, Peter
Hoff, Charles W.
Holm, Walfred C.
Holmes, children
Holmes, John A.
Hort, August and Emma
Hort, Theodore R.
Howland, Ichaboo
Hrdlund, Gustav Arvid
Hrovat, Joseph
Hrupka, John and Anna
Huass, Jens P. and Christine
Hugunim, A.
Hugunim, Daniel
Hugunin, unclear Trowbridge
Ibendahl, Charles
Ibsen, Lars
Isen, Ethel C.
Isen, Samuel
Jacobs, Milton H.
Jacobson, William and Maria S.
Jacques, Norman
Jakabowski, Johanna
Jankowski, Bruno
Jarchow, Bertha
Jarchow, Charles
Jardine, Eliza
Jasiunas, G.
Jensen, William A. and family
Jewett, Henry
Johnson, Samuel B. and family
Johnson, Tommie Leen
Johnson, Victoria
Jonovicz, John and Alice
Jonovicz, Victor
Josephson, Carl Axel and family
Jossart, Emma May
Jossart, Kenneth F.
Jozefowicz, Ignacy
Junker, Elizabeth
Junker, Hans
Junker, Helen
Junker, Laurits
Jurga, Frank
Juzikis, John
Kammer, Albert E.
Kammer, Wilhelmine
Kapusta and Chukan family
Kapusta, Mary
Kasiske, John G. and Ida
Kastelic, John and family
Kazanjian, Azniv
Kazanjian, John
Kellman, Charles
Ketchum, Lucy S.
Kicovic, Bogi C.
King, Col. Jonathon
King, Eunice
King, Jacob and Emily Deabyshire
King, Sarah Jane
Kirykowicz, Aleksander and Anna
Kirykowicz, John and Valentina
Kisten, August
Kittles, Jeffrey A.
Kittles, Jon A.
Kivisto, Ray E. and Betty
Kjorstad, Elnar
Klaske, Martha Ebert
Kleist, Marion A.
Klotz, family
Klouss, Julius
Klowa, John and George
Klowa, Tony and Agatha
Knobloch, Dorothy
Knobloch, Edward
Kober, Katherina
Kober, Mary E.
Koenes, Charles Claus and Caroline Raiman
Koerber, Katherine
Kolakow, Fred
Korpach, Alsena
Korpacz, Sauren
Koscak, George
Kosecki, Paul
Kovats, Peter
Koziol, Amami
Kressmann, John
Krieb, Elmer W.
Kristiansen, Jens
Kroger, Catherine
Kropp, Gustav
Kropp, J. Milton
Kugler, Robert and Johanna
Kulicky, Mike and wanda
Kutzke, Dorothy May
Kuzmich, Angot
Kuzmich, Steven F. and catherine M.
Kuzuinplik, Cyril

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WISCONSIN MUNICIPALITIES: Cities Towns, and Villages, often referred to as 'municipalities' in Wisconsin law, are the governmental units that relate most directly to citizens' everyday lives.

TOWNS, like counties, were created by the state to provide basic municipal services. Rooted in New England and New York tradition, town government came to Wisconsin with the settlers, but Wisconsin towns were not like their Eastern counterparts that reflected the existing patterns of local settlement. In Wisconsin, towns are geographical subdivisions of counties. Towns originally served (and for the most part they continue to serve) rural areas. Towns govern those areas of Wisconsin not included in the corporate boundaries of cities and villages.

The difference between "township" and "town" often confuses the public. In Wisconsin, "township' refers to the surveyor's township which was laid out to identify land parcels within a county. Theoretically. a township is a square tract of land, measuring six miles on a side for a total of 36 square miles in the unit. Each township is divided into 36 sections. "Town", as the word is used in Wisconsin, denotes a specific unit of government. It's boundaries may coincide with the surveyor's township or it may look quite different. A Town may include one, parts of or several townships.

CITIES and VILLAGES, often referred to as "incorportated areas", govern territory where population is more concentrated. In general, minimum population for incorporation as a village is 150 residents for an isolated village and 2,500 for a metropolitan village located in a more densely settled area. For cities, the minimums are 1,000 and 5,000 respectively. As cities and villages are incorporated, they are carved out of the town territory and become independent units no longer subject to the town's control. The remainder of the town may take on a 'Swiss cheese" configuration as its area is reduced.

[Information above taken from "State of Wisconsin Blue Book 1997-1998"]

ProjectCopyright Notice: These generous contributions do not necessarily depict all tombstone photographs for a given cemetery. The source for many of the cemetery names and placenames on these pages come from Cemetery Locations in Wisconsin, 3rd edition, compiled by Linda M. Herrick and Wendy K. Uncapher. The book is published by Origins at 4327 Milton Ave. Janesville, WI 53546. All files on this site are copyrighted by their creator and/or contributor. They may be linked to but may not be reproduced on another site without specific permission from Tina Vickery [] and/or their contributor. Although public information is not in and of itself copyrightable, the format in which they are presented, the notes and comments, etc., are. It is however, quite permissable to print or save the files to a personal computer for personal use ONLY.

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