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Aerts, Joshua A.
Ahrens, Edward H. and Josephine
Arendarski, Leo
Azukas, John R. and Susan L.
Baden, Hugh A. and Dorothy E.
Baker, Gordon F. and Alice L.
Balogh, Sophie
Bednarz, john
Bell, Chester C. and Jane C.
Bell, Robert E. and Patricia A.
Beltowski, Madeleine C.
Benes, John and Leona L.
Benes, Theodore Edward
Bereta, Martin
Bereta, Walter and Catherine
Bernardi, Frank
Beyer, Albert and Margaret
Bielak, Rev. Michael
Bobis, Anthony A.
Bobis, John E.
Bobis, Mary
Bode, Dr. Michael J. and Mary M. R.N.
Bradley, Paul W.
Brandt, James F. and Nora
Brown, Paul E. and Vin M.
Bruton, Lawrence J. and Patricia A.
Brzuska, John W. and Sophie R.
Buffa, Michael Anthony
Burke, Lorraine Anne
Burke, Richard G.
Butler, Julie Rose
Carlson, Robert D.
Carlson, Roy H. and Loretta M.
Carlson, Siri Evelina
Caruso, Joseph E. and Marie R.
Cashman, Robert J.
Cayo, William P. and Florence H.
Cieslak, Adalbert
Coffey, Laurence B. and Mildred N.
Copeland, Edward L. Jr.
Costello, Patrick Joseph
Cwik, Martha
Czaja, Rev. Stanley
Czelusniak, rev. Andrew
Czosnyka, Henry T. and Lois J.
Czosnyka, Mitchell A. and Frances T.
Dackiw, John and Esther G.
Dale, Elmer H.
Dale, Mary E.
Daniol, Rev. Francis
Davis, Richard Huntington
DeLegge, Luke A. Sr.
DeMarco, Bernice V.
DeMarco, Frank R.
DeMarco, Mary Paranti
DeRome, Catherine A.
DeRome, Lawrence
Doe, John
Dolan, Mary Bernice
Dolan, Thomas C. Jr.
Donahue, John E. and Ethyle M.
Druszcak, Maria
Druszczak, Joseph Marian
Druszczak, Peter J.
Dudek, Rev. Anthony
Dunn, William J. and Rosella M.
Dziulak, Pawel J.
Elverman, Robert B. and F.
Elverman, Sheldon L. and Bonnie L.
Evans, David Lee
Evans, Ernest G.
Fabian, Lawrence F.
Fleck, Henry and Rose M.
Floren, Gilbert R.
Futterer, Ernest C.
Futterer, Kathleen M.
Galat, Ferdinand J. and Bernice A.
Galuszka, Rev. Thaddeus
Gaspord, John and Stella
Gaul, Donald E. and June M.
Gaul, William E.
Gedell, Edward F.
Gedell, Edward Peter and Frances E.
Godar, William E.
Gordon, Louis A. and Dolores E.
Gosik, Albin and Eleanore
Gratkowski, John and Jean
Grauzas, Lawrence F. and Stella M.
Grauzas, Nancy C. Cermak
Greenwald, John B. and Marion K.
Greskoviak, Joseph R. and Lillian
Hachmeister, Rolf Ricardo
Hart, Cynthia Ann
Hasto, Albin J.
Heine, Robert F. and Anita M.
Hennigan, Mary Kelly
Hertel, Otto R. and Dolores E.
Hill, Myrtle G.
Hoenerbach, Karl W. and Patricia M.
Hojnowski, Leo J.
Holik, George and Anna
Holik, John G.
Horabik, Marion and Jadwica
Horbach, William and Marie F.
Horn, Joseph John
Hudon, Patricia Ann
Hudon, Theodore W.
Hughes, Rosella J.
Igielski, Helen Bednarz
Igielski, Stanley
Janas, Sarah Cameron
Janicki, Rev. john
Jaszkowski, Edward L. and family
Jodoin, Leo Roger
John, Joshua Matthew
Johnson, Andrew Phillip
Johnson, Jessica L.
Jones, Olivia Maureen
Joras, Donald M. Jr.
Kapuscinski, Marion M. and Josephine
Kapuscinski, Thomas M.
Karow, Carl F. Sr. and Patricia E.
Karow, Wallace C. and Angela M.
Karpinski, Rev. Leonard
Kasluga, Frank P. and Eva B.
Keating, Anne E.
Kempken, Lawrence H. and Marcella P.
Ketterhagen, Austin B.
Kiel, Gertrude M.
Kiel, Richard E.
Klimek, Wanda A.
Kluczyk, Frank and Anna
Knickrehm, Eugene V. Sr. and Mary Etta
Kobierski, Edmund E. and Elizabeth T.
Koch, Sandra L.
Kolbuch, Francis
Krych, Frank Norbert
Kucharzyk, Henry and Betty
Kuczerepa, Peter
Kuczerepa. Wladimir and Vilma
Kula, Stephen and Caroline
LaFave, Joseph R.
Larson, Thomas James and Steven Charles
Las, Anthony J. and Sophie A.
Lazzara, Elsie S.
Lazzara, Roland
Lech, Ronald S. Sr. and Sophia D.
Lee, Robert E.
Leffelman, Edda Jean
Lesner, Germaine J.
Levert, August E. and Augusta W.
Lewandowski, Rev. John
Lipstreuer, Catherine F.
Lorden, Charles E. and Dorothy C.
Lumpp, Lita Erasquin
Lupa, Joseph
Lupa, Stella
Magera, John
Majka, Rev. Stanley
Malinowski, Chester and Eleanor
Mangiacina, George jr.
Maraari, Logan A.
Marek, John and Emma
Mateuszek, Rev. Ladislaus
Mathes, Munduard and I.
Mattern, Russell H. and Edythe
Matukaitis, Adele C.
Matukaitis, Leon
Matukaitis, Victoria
Matuszewski, Rev. Stanley
McDonald, James F.
McNulty, James C.
McNulty, James Michael
McNulty, Kathleen Joyce
Meier, Harry G. and Berenice L.
Mianowska, Mary
Michaelski, Shirley Ann
Michal, Arthur W.
Michalski, Frank A. and Mary T.
Milkowski, Kazimierz
Miller, Richard and Joyce M.
Mitchell, J. and Mary
Moore, Robert F. and Mary J.
Morand, Loretta M. Carbonel
Morgan, Ellen M. and Renne A.
Murphy, Martin T. (Marty) and family
Neilon, Joseph and family
Nielsen, Edwin B. and family
Norwich, Stanley and Jean
Novak, Florence M. and Eleanor B. Krause
Novak, Joanne C.
Nowakowski, Margaret S.
Nowakowski, Walter S.
O'Brien, William J. and Marguerite M.
O'Connell, James R.
O'Connell, Thomas J.
Ohap, Walter and Pauline
Olson, Henrietta F.
Olson, Kristen Mary White and family
Opryszek, Diane J.
Ortegel, Robert A. and Virginia M.
Oswald, George E. and family
Ouimette, Ann M.
Ouimette, Herbert
Paasch, Dennis W. and Jeanette I.
Parus, Raymond S.
Passaglia, Evo J.
Pedersen, Esther A.
Phillimore, Willard J. and Mary I.
Pienta, Rev. Stanley
Pleuger, Elizabeth P.
Pochowicz, Eugene J. and Anna B.
Pochowicz, Leonard A. and Marie J.
Pope, Carol A.
Potts, Lemar and Ottilie
Pratt, Tami Rose
Profita, Alice M.
Przysiezniak, Rev. Stanley
Puzerewski, Gloria F.
Puzerewski, Matthew E.
Puzerewski, matthew Sr. and Cecelia
Rajm, Roman and Antonina
Reetz, Irvin D. and Helen C.
Reich, Howard O. and Lorraine M.
Reichenbach, William C. and Marie P.
Reistatter, Harry M. and Virginia T. Lanzer
Reistatter, Joseph and Theresa
Richter, Lillian S.
Rocol, Christopher M.
Rocol, Raymond J. and Irene K.
Rohr, Carol Block
Rorig, Jack W. and Margaret
Roth, Henry P. and Edna E.
Roth, Robert A.
Rutkowski, Joseph and Jane
Ryan, Kevin B. and Dottie M.
Ryan, Vincent R.
Rygielski, John H. and Lillian M.
Sajek, Rev. Ladislaus
Sapach, Adam
sarbacker, Fred and Dorothy
Sawczuk, Jakiw and Maria
Schiltz, Richard G. and Rosemary C.
Schilz, Barbara Ann
Schilz, Joseph J.
Schmidt, Donald W. and Kathryn C.
Schulz, Denise Ann
Senecaux, Jules and Paula
Sexton, Anna M.
Sienkowski, Thaddeus A. and Wanda M.
Simmer, Joseph M. Sr.
Sitar, Joseph and Agnes M.
Slusarz, Rev. Francis
Smolen, Gertrude
Smolen, Joseph S.
Sobon, Joseph and Bernice
Soiva, Jeffrey G.
Sovar, Michael R. and Mildred M.
Sowa, Arthur J.
Sowa, Geraldine C.
St. John's Catholic Cemetery Sign
Stardy, Lincoln H.
Statue in cemetery
Stefely, Stefan and Mary
Stine, Harold C. and Magdalen
Stoller, Irving J. and Elizabeth J.
Studniarz, Walter F. and Bernice A.
Stumpf, August R. and Frieda E.
Stumpf, August R. Jr. and family
Stumpf, Francis D. and Hilary M.
Stumpf, Francis D. Jr. and Linda L.
Szalapski, Julian L. and Bernice T.
Szalapski, Mitchell J.
Szot, Frank A. and Eleanore K.
Taylor, family
Tokarz, John F. and Katherina
Tomaszewski, Paul Michael
Trongeau, Virginia
Trost, Michael Paul
Van Matre, Donald
Van Matre, Martha
Velinski, Theodore J.
Wang, Roy J. and Isabelle L.
Wasiulewski and Kucharzyk family
Waszkowski, Aloysius
Wegmuller, Kenneth G. and Virgene
Whalen, James Q. Sr. and Helen A.
Wheeler, Frank R. and Madelyn F.
Wheeler, Richard J. (Dick) and Roberta M. (Bobbie)
White, Mary Louise
Wiaczkis, Josephine M.
Williams, Shirley M.
Wojcik, Dorothy Julia
Wojcik, Sam J.
Wojcik, Samuel J. II
Wojcik, Walter J.
Wojdyla, John F.
Wojtunik, Rev. Henry
Wyka, Frank and Patricia
Wyka, Josef
Yanahan, Rose E.
Zadzilko, Adolph
Zak, Emil C. and Lillian
Zaklan, Michael J. and Agnes
Zamanski, Bartlomey
Zboja, John J. Sr. and Julia
Zelewsky, Raymond J.
Zick, Donald E.
Zick, John P. Sr.
Zick, Valerie M.
Zimmerman, Rev. John
Zurawski, Valentine

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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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