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Aarts, Chester W.
Aarts, Leone
Abramofsky, Anton and Marie
Abramonszky, John and Lena
Abrego, Gustavo C.
Aceto, Ernest
Aceto, Pasquale and Vennera
Achlin, John
Achlin, Marie
Ackerman, Anton A. and Lucy F.
Adackus, Dorothy B.
Adams, Helen
Adams, Rose G.
Ahrendt, Arthur W. and Elizabeth
Ahrens, Donald C. and Sharon Myers
Aicelo, Filiberts
Aideuis, Barbara
Aideuis, Constantine
Aideuis, Georg J.
Aiello, Rose and Anderson, Jerry
Aiello, Venry L. Sr and Rose V.
Aikens, David Nick
Albert, Helena and Anna
Albert, John G. and Dolores C.
Albert, John
Albert, Margaret
Albert, Mary
Albert, Mary
Albert, Wendell G. and Family
Albi, Frank and Caterine
Albi, Frank and Catherine
Albi, Mary A.
Alekna, Joseph
Alfano, Carmine R. and Carmella R.
Alfano, Frank and Josephine
Alfano, Ignazio E.
Alfano, Leopoldo and Maria
Alfano, Silvestro and Family
Alicea, Josefa
Allan, Cathleen
Alringer, John C.
Alringer, John
Althaus, Mary Helen
Altringer, John C.
Altringer, Unclear
Ambrose, Anthony M.
Ambrose, Frank A. and Agnes
Ambrose, Frank and Unclear
Ambrose, Louis L.
Ambrose, Mary Rita
Ambrose, Theresa M.
Amendola, James and Carmella
Amo, Sylvester and Irene
Anceviciene, Justina
Ancevicius, Vaitiekus and Ona
Anderson, Herbert M.
Anderson, Judith Sue
Anderson, Mary M.
Anderson, Ronald N. and Family
Anderson, Rose Whiteford
Andrea, Angeline
Andrea, Edward Robert
Andrea, Eugene
Andrea, Filomena
Andrea, Helen
Andrea, Jack
Andrea, Lawrence
Andrea, Matteo
Andrea, Paul L.
Andrea, Theresa
Andreoli, Salvatore F.
Andres, Frank
Andreucci, Joseph
Andreucci, Lucia
Andrevcci, Ruth L.
Andrews, Catherine R.
Andrews, Jerry Michael and Penny Lynn
Andrews, Robert W. and Rose L.
Andro, Gregory
Andro, Regis E.
Andrucci, Luigi
Andrulis, Paul B. and Unclear
Andrulis, Paul P. and Caroline
Andrulis, Stanley and Family
Angeli, Dominic and Lydia M.
Angeli, Gino
Angeli, Michelle Marie
Angeli, Zofia and Tony
Angelic, Amedeo and Emily
Angelici, Adam and Ada
Angelici, Amedeo and Emily
Angelici, Kenneth
Angelini, Nazareno
Angelo, Frank
Angenendt, George
Angenendt, Sophia
Annen, Elizabeth
Annen, Mathias
Antinucci, John
Antonelli, Angelo and Madalena
Antony, Nicholas Robert
Apanasewicz, Anton S. and Lottie K.
Aponkus, Stanley
Appleman, Sister Mary Ludwina
Aranda, Donna R.
Aranda, Donna R
Arbanella, Fred J. and Dorothy L.
Arceo, Rosemary
Arend, John
Arens, Nicholas
Arents, Gertrude
Arents, Michael A.
Arentz, Christina
Arentz, Peter
Arliskas, Ignstius and Frances
Armstrong, Clara A.
Armstrong, Percival G.
Arndt, Richard F.
Arneson, Rosemary
Arnold, Gerald M.
Arnold, John
Arnsmeyer, Male Infant
Arthur, Mary A.
Arthur, William B.
Ashmus, Marcella
Atmon, John A.
Aulozzi, Agnes
Aulozzi, Alberto
Aulozzi, Felix
Aulozzi, Louis and Teresa
Aulozzi, Michelina
Aulozzi, Richard C.
Aulozzi, Vito
Austin, Allen
Babros, Wallace A.
Bach, Anna C.
Bach, Anton
Bach, Bertha L.
Bach, Ida
Bach, Katherina
Bach, Louis
Bach, William J.
Bachant, Katherine
Bachant, Mary
Bagdonas, Emily T.
Baggs, John H.
Baggs, Norman H. and Darleen A.
Baietto, Jacob and Anna
Baietto, John and Karen Jean
Baietto, Maria
Bain, Annie
Bain, Charles C.
Bain, Henry C.
Bain, Henry W. and Susan C.
Bain, Laura C.
Bain, Lena
Bain, Mathias and Margaret
Bain, William H. and Katherine
Baker, Mary
Bakkala, Zachary Daniel
Balcer, Frank
Balciunas, Vitoldas
Balczaitis, A.J.
Balsevicz, Rose
Baltes, Arthur
Baltes, Barbara
Baltes, Donald W.
Baltes, Elizabeth
Baltes, Frank and Selma
Baltes, John W.
Baltes, Nicholas and Maria
Baltes, Nicholas
Baltrus, Ruth L.
Baltusis, Saliamonas and Stefanija
Banasiewisz, Jan
Banovez, Lawrence F. and Dorothy A.
Banovez, Lawrence F.
Banovez, Mike and Anna H.
Banski, John T. and Kathryn
Banski, John
Banski, Margaret Mary
Banski, Thomas J. and Joyce M.
Baradinshend, Barbora
Barbacovi, Cuglielmo
Barber, Floyd G. and Mary L.
Barber, Mary Lucelle
Barber, Orton N. and Margaret
Barca, Filomena
Barclay, Clara Schuler
Bareika, Anthony A. and Marguerite F.
Bareika, Stanley P. and Kathryn S.
Barelli, Nicolina
Barelli, Vito
Barengo, James and Alma
Barengo, John
Bares, Adelaide
Bares, Anna
Bares, Eva M.
Bares, George
Bares, Joseph
Bares, Mathias
Bares, Peter
Barnes, Gerald E.
Barnhart, John A.
Barnhart, Mary M.
Barocco, Remo and Mary
Barsuli, Bruno J. and Mary V.
Bart, Helen Sublinsky
Bartkus, Paul P.
Bartoletti, Giuseppe
Bartolini, Frank
Bastetter, Anna Maria
Baszkiewicz, Joseph
Batassa, Felix D. and Mary H.
Batassa, Jeffrey B.
Batassa, Leonard
Batassa, Maria L.
Battersby, Emma
Baum, Philip J.
Bauschelt, Catherine
Bauschelt, Dorothy H.
Bauschelt, Frank
Bauschelt, Harry M.
Bauschelt, Kenneth H.
Bauschelt, Lawrence
Bauschelt, Leo F.
Bauschelt, Nickolas
Baxter, Albert and Margaret
Baxter, Robert C. and Marian
Beaudin, Leonard L. and Anna
Beck, Annabel C.
Beck, N. Robert and Dorothy E.
Beck, Nicholas P.
Beck, Peter E. and Catherine A.
Becker, Andrew
Becker, Anna Mary
Becker, Carl R.
Becker, Catherine
Becker, Donald Eugene
Becker, Gertrude
Becker, Helena
Becker, Herman and Mary
Becker, Jeffrey A.
Becker, John A.
Becker, Louisa
Becker, Margaret
Becker, Maria A.
Becker, Mathias W. and Gertrude C.
Becker, Mathilda J.
Becker, Peter and Anna
Becker, Peter
Becker, Sebastian
Bednar, Richard A.
Bell, Catherine
Bell, Rose C.
Belleau, Richard P.
Belleau, Wilbert B. and Sorothy S.
Belluomini, Luisa
Belting, Angeline
Belting, Dora
Belting, Gertrude
Belting, John
Belting, Theodore and Family
Beltova, Anthony
Beltoya, Alfred F. Iii
Beltoya, Anthony
Benko, Joseph and Josephine
Bentz, Catherine
Bentz, Jacob and Angeline
Bentz, William J.
Benuska, Albert
Benuska, John and Anna
Benuska, John J. and Helen M.
Benuska, John M. and Helen T.
Benuska, Joseph J. and Susan L.
Benuska, Leonard
Benuska, Madeline A.
Beradi, Edia
Berens, George
Berens, John J. and Julia M.
Berens, John
Berens, Katherine
Berens, Margaret Mary
Berens, Mary and Anna
Berens, Mary
Berens, Unclear
Bergant, Cecelia
Berggren, John H. and Gertrude
Berk, Arthur C.
Berk, Hattie
Berres, Irma L.
Berres, John
Berres, Margaret
Berres, Math and Caroline
Berres, Raymond F.
Berres, Sister Mary M.
Berta, Leon A. and Catherine
Besekieski, Theodore
Bezotte, Clemence and Bertha
Bezotte, Walter J. and Jane M.
Bianchi, Joyce
Bianco, Amelia
Bickett, Charles Edward
Biddle, Jeffery Alan
Biddle, Robert J.
Bielewicz, Sandra Jean
Bielewicz, Susan L.
Bielok, Lukas
Bienemann, John C.
Bienemann, Magdalena
Bienemann, Martha
Bienemann, Max
Bienenann, Joseph
Bierdz, Edward P. and Louise M.
Biernat, Irenettains Schend
Biersdorf, Dorothea
Bilak, Anna G.
Billante, Angela Vodnik
Bilotta, Angela
Bilotti, Domenica
Bilotti, Joseph E.
Bilotti, Mary Angela
Bilotti, Nick T.
Binder, Elizabeth Schoettles
Biscardi, Emanuel and Concetta
Biscardi, Louis and Derose, Louis
Bischoff, Clarence M.
Bischoff, Dorothy V.
Bischoff, Myrtle R.
Bisciglia, Domenica
Bisciglia, Frank and Catherine
Bisciglia, Joseph T. Sr. and Marie A.
Bisenius, George
Bisenius, Nicholas and Katherine
Bisenius, Rita Julia
Bistrick, John
Bitautas, Helen
Bitautas, Jedwiga
Bitautas, Leonard
Bitautas, Rozalija
Bitautas, Walter S.
Bitautis, Walter and Ann
Bittner, Wm. Bednarski
Bixby, Marie Zeitler
Blaha, John
Blaha, Rose Friss
Blank, Bessie B.
Blank, Edmund C.
Blank, Frank C.
Blank, Jean
Blank, Monica R.
Blankley, Irma Rosing
Blasch, Gustave and Elizabeth
Blasi, John S.
Blasi, Renee and Maureen
Blazavier, Josepha Estelle
Bleicher, Arthur J.
Blomenhaus, Henry B. and Gertrude
Blomenhaus, Josephine
Bloner, Margaret
Bloom, Stanley
Boardman, Bruce Allan
Boardman, Jimmy
Bobrowski, Wladyslaw and Bronislawa
Bode, Florence Melinda
Bode, Harold M.
Bode, John Nicholas and Mary Evelyn
Bode, Joseph F.
Bode, Lena M. Winkler
Bode, Lorraine H.
Bode, Robert Francis
Bodven, Colotte
Bodven, Jan D.
Bodven, Todd R.
Boerner, Blanche P.
Boerner, Charles F.
Boerner, Juliana S.
Boerner, Mathias G.
Boerner, Rosa and Children
Boettcher, Belinda Janne
Bohatkiewicz, Adam
Bohseler, Katherina
Bohseler, Nick
Bollendorf, Frederick J.
Bollendorf, Lucille B.
Bonacci, Antonie
Bonadio, John
Bonisko, Joseph and Alvina
Bonn, Albert J.
Bonn, Emma
Bonn, Frances C.
Bonn, Henry
Bonn, Lloyd J.
Bonn, Sophia
Bonofiglio, Frank C.
Bonofiglio, Giuseppe and Josephine
Bonofiglio, Infant Male
Bonofiglio, Teresa M.
Bonofiglio, Theresa
Bonofiglio, Thomas and Antonietta
Borawski, Frank
Boresch, Alexander
Boresch, Jacob
Boresch, John and Elizabeth
Boresch, Mary E.
Boresch, Norma Koos
Borkenhagen, Albert and Katherine
Borkenhagen, Anna M.
Borkowski, Vincent and Pauline
Borkowski, Vincent Jr.
Bortoszewicz, Edwin M.
Bosco, Giuseppina
Bosco, Paul J. and Vera B.
Bose, Bernard F. and Janet F.
Bose, Floyd R.
Bose, Jane Marie
Bose, Joseph H.
Bose, Josephine
Bose, Leo B. and Florence J.
Bose, Mary M.
Bose, Rose C.
Bosman, Judith Ann
Bostetter, Chester C. and Lorraine C.
Bott, Blanche M.
Bott, Comello C.
Boutan, Mary and Cheryl
Boutin, Katherine A.
Boyer, Marcelline
Boyle, Vernon P.
Braeuer, Julie
Brand, Anna
Brandt, Charles R.
Bray, Virginia W.
Brehm, Leroy F. and Catherine E.
Breidt, Ignatius
Breiling, Helen
Breiling, John A.
Bresciand, Elsie
Bresnahan, Marie
Brever, Marilyn
Brever, Raymond G. and Clara R.
Bria, Marvin V.
Briesch, Johann
Briesch, Margareta
Briesch, Willibrord
Brill, Harold Joseph and Iva Mae
Brion, Martin J.
Brittelli, Concetta
Brockhaus, Albert
Brockhaus, Elmer G.
Brockhaus, Madeline
Brockhaus, Sarah Rose (Picture)
Brockman, Sarah Rose
Broesch, George and Lottie E.
Broesch, Henry H.
Broesch, Joseph T. and Florence M.
Broesch, Katherine
Broesch, Lillian E.
Broesch, Mary Anna
Broesch, Mathias
Broesch, Theresa
Bromley, Maroy M.
Bronoske, Sandra Lee
Broseau, John E. and Remore C.
Bruch, Alexandra
Bruch, Felix and Hazel
Bruch, Joseph A.
Bruch, Konstanty J. and Laura B.
Bruch, Raymond V.
Brunette, Francis R. and Virginia Barnes
Bruno, Mark Andrew
Bruno, Rodney A.
Bruns, Anna M.
Bruns, Catherine M.
Bruns, Christian
Bruns, Donald E. and Dorothy M.
Bruns, Edward B. and Elizabeth M.
Bruns, Elisabeth A.
Bruns, Elizabeth
Bruns, Emma
Bruns, John and Gertrude
Bruns, John M. and Family
Bruns, John P.
Bruns, John W.
Bruns, John
Bruns, Mathew
Bruns, William
Bubul, John
Bubul, Julia M.
Buchman, George K.
Buchmann, J. Leo
Buchmann, Katherina
Buchmann, Lucille J.
Buchmann, Mary
Buchmann, Mathia
Buchmann, Mathias M.
Bucman, Willie
Buell, Edward Keith and Elizabeth J.
Buerchner, Hedwig
Buinevicius, Henrikas
Bulik, Joseph and Ann
Burby, John B.
Burby, Rose Gill
Burdick, Wayne
Burg, Adolph J. and Rosa
Burgett, Nathan R. and Mary Jane
Buris, Ann
Buris, Frank
Burk, J.
Burkhardt, Elizabeth J.
Burkhardt, John and Mary
Burkhardt, Lawrence G.
Burlingham, Elfrieda
Burns, Robert J. and Leafy A.
Burza, Gustav A. and Irene
Burzo, Edith G.
Busch, Catherine Brickhaus
Busek, Edward E. and Josephine M.
Bush, Eskil William and Mary Rose
Bushman, John and Family
Bushman, John
Butera, Giuseppe
Butera, Lisa Marie
Butkus, Joseph K. and Sophia H.
Buttera, Marylou
Butteri, Adolf
Byer, Fred C.
Byer, Marguerite G.
Byers, Donald Charles and Mary Kollmann

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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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