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LaCrosse County
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Onalaska Cemetery
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, Anna M
, G. B.
Abnet, Arthur E
Abnet, Augusta
Abnet, Christ
Abnet, Frank
Abnet, Frank E and Victoria
Abnet, Gertrude
Abnet, Gustava
Abnet, Irene M
Abnet, John
Abnet, Louise
Abnet, M Elizabeth
Ackerman, Ruth Ann
Adams, Buford L Doris V
Adams, Josephus C and Martha
Adams, Leslie and Nora
Adams, Leslie J.
Affeldt, Henry G
Affeldt, Othelia
Aiken, Chase
Aiken, Claude E
Aiken, Edward C
Aiken, Ella
Aiken, Fernel
Aiken, Frances
Aiken, Hannah May
Aiken, Jennie C
Aiken, John
Aiken, John C
Aiken, Kenneth W
Aiken, Mary E
Aiken, Mary Edna
Aiken, Maybelle
Aiken, Nettie F
Aiken, Sarah L
Aiken, Thomas G
Aiken, Vivian
Aiken, Warren
Aiken, Warrenw
Albitz, Donald J Pauline L and Dennis F
Albrecht, Ludwig and Wilhelmina
Aldrich, Cora Collin
Aldrich, Della P
Aldrich, J Beach
Aldrich, Wilbur H
Allar, Seth Michael
Allen, Augusta Louisa
Allen, Callie
Allen, George
Allen, George Delos
Allen, George Jesse
Allen, Henry
Allen, Henry G
Allen, Henry G, Martha S and Viola A
Allen, James
Allen, Martha S
Allen, Miranda
Allen, Viola
Anders, W H
Anderson, Alma
Anderson, August
Anderson, Bernard
Anderson, Georgiana and Stanton
Anderson, Johanna
Anderson, Mabel
Anderson, Mary E and Olaf G
Anderson, Oscar
Anderson, Peter
Anderson, Stanton E
Aores, Edward E
Arenz, Ellen M
Arsnow, Lizzie
Atchison, Lena L
Atkinson, Ella
Atkinson, Leata L
Atkinson, Moses
Atkinson, Moses
Atkinson, Ragnaman
Atkinson, Sarah
Atkinson, W F
Atkinson, Willard
Atkinson, Willard (Military)
Avery, Olive C
Ayer, Jonas
Babbot, Jenetta E
Bailey, Richard
Bailey, Richd
Bailey, Susan M Garland
Bakkum, Ann R and Clifford O
Baldwin, Beatrice M
Baldwin, Frederick W
Baldwin, Frederick W
Barber, Alta
Barber, Charles
Barber, Oliver E
Barber, Rachel
Barnes, Inamerlea
Barnett, Samuel D., Charlotte and Arthur
Barrett, Edward L
Barrett, Jonathan
Barrett Family Stone,  
Bartholomew, Albert A., Alice B. and Earnest A
Bartholomew, Beverly Irene Jones
Bartholomew, Julia
Bartling, Pastor F. E. Vera L
Beedle, James
Beguin, Everett A., Sr., and S. Irene
Behnche, Magaretha
Behncke, Henry
Behncke, Mary
Belser, Chas
Belser, Fredericka
Bennett, Jere
Bennett, Jeremiah
Bennett, Sarah
Bentzen, Clara
Bentzen, Clarence
Bentzen, Elsie A
Bentzen, Fred G
Bentzen, Inez and Orin
Bentzen, Rowland W
Berg, Anne R
Berg, Blanche A
Berg, Daniel R and SuzanneT
Berg, Derek and Steven
Berg, Edward T
Berg, Edwin Louis
Berg, Gustavus W
Berg, Gustavus W (Military)
Berg, Jesse W
Berg, John A and Mathilde
Berg, Julia H
Berg, Mathea K
Berg, Phyllis Imhoff
Berg, Thomas Erik
Berg, Zaida M. and Walter I
Berger, Vivian Moe
Beringer, Charley F
Berry, Louise J and Helen Merle Barnes
Betts, Wayne and Ida Belle
Birdsong, Sandra Esther
Blackbourn, Tanya Lynn
Blanchard, John A
Blanchard, Wayne A and Patricia R
Blankley, Barbara
Blankley, John
Blankley, John
Blankley, John and Jessie
Blankley, William J and Regina
Boardman, Allen
Boardman, Timathey A
Bolterman, Anna S and Fred H
Bolterman, Olive B., Harold F snf Ruby G
Borcherding, Fred H
Borgen, Christine Caroline
Borger, Arnold L and Elaine A
Borger, Bertha and David
Borger, Elva
Borger, H
Borger, Harley O
Borger, Hiram
Borger, Howard
Borger, Lena
Borger, Nicklos and Kathryn
Borger, Veronica R and Howard V Sr
Bosworth, Phillip Christian
Bothe, Herbert P and Bette J
Boushea, Emma and Albert H
Bowen, Cora M
Boyer, Alma
Boyer, Frank
Boyer, John and Anna Marie
Boyer, John Jr
Boyer, Mary A
Boyer, William
Boyle, Arthur
Boyle, Bessie
Boyle, Lee
Boyle, Mae
Bradburn, Clair V
Bradburn, Flossie L
Bradstreet, Barry A
Bradstreet, Barry and Vivian
Brewer, Beverly
Brewer, Harry O.
Brewer, Julia M.
Briggs, Floyd H
Briggs, Laura and Guy
Briggs, Samuel A and Myrtle J
Brochhausen, Roger P
Brooks, Charlotte
Brooks, E V
Brooks, Flora F
Brooks, Harold W, Harry B, Hazel V
Brooks, John
Brooks, Loella and Charles E
Brooks, Serena
Brooks, W H
Brooks, W H
Brooks, W L
Brotz, Floyd F
Brotz, Sarah M Comea
Brown, Alvin R. and Lillian A
Brown, Elizabeth, Dennis, Louella, Jacob and Warren
Brown, Katherina Barbara
Brudos, J Edgar and Angnes M
Bruemmer, Adeline
Bruemmer, George and Helen
Brunner, Anna
Brunner, Christian
Brunner, Christian A
Brunner, Elisebeth M
Brunner, Helen, Peter, Benjamin and Infant
Brunner, Marne and John
Brunner, Peter
Brunner, Peter and Gudula
Brunner, Rosalia
Brush, Ida E and Kenneth L
Bucklin, Helena L
Bucklin, J. Hollis
Bucklin, James H
Bucklin Family,  
Buehring, Herman, Minnie and Louisa
Buehring, John and Maria
Buehring, Otto and Louise Struck; Helmuth
Burdette, Clarice Comeau
Buresen, Bernte
Burow, Elsie A
Butler, Alma T
Butterfield, Jess Raymond and Lillian Anna
Cahalan, Eugene J and Norma L
Caldwell, Charles S
Campbell, Edward G
Campbell, Elizabeth
Capper, James and Annadelle
Cardin, Clayton and Margaret
Carlson, Scott Allan
Carraher, Travis E
Carraher, Travis E [Back]
Case, Iva Belle and Rolland T
Cassel, Donald and Gloria
Charlesworth, Joseph
Chase, George and Carrie
Christen, Peter J
Christensen, Chris T
Christofferson, Inga M and Mulbert C
Christopherson, Anton and Ellen
Christopherson, Emil Marie
Christy, Albert L
Clark, Fannie G
Clark, Frank
Clark, Leighton and Verna M
Clark, Leighton R
Clark, Nathan
Clark, Philena
Clark, Richard Alan
Clott, LaVonne G
Coates, Michael Medard
Colburn, Walter W and Kitty A
Cole, Alvin H and Gertrude
Coleman, Chandler C
Coleman, Emma R
Collette, Harry B and Evelyn M
Collier, Hiram
Collier, Hiram J
Collins, Agnes M and Barney F
Collins, Arthur and Mary
Collins, Edward E
Collins, Eugene F
Collins, Hazel M
Collins, Helen
Collins, Myron E
Collins, Steven Wayne
Collins, Tommy A
Collins, William and Ann E
Collins, William J
Comeau, Charles, Julia, Doreen and Donald
Comeau, Cora M
Comeau, Donald H
Comeau, Erwin J
Comeau, Frances A and Roger A
Comeau, Gladys
Comeau, Isabelle and Theodore Sr
Comeau, Kathryn M
Comeau, Laura
Comeau, Mason T
Comeau, Theo
Comeau, Theodore
Conrow, Charles H
Conrow, Emma Lillis
Conrow, Lucy Adelia
Conrow, Mercy
Cook, Leland A
Cook, Loyal A and Etta B
Cooper, Adam Michael
Covell, Nellie May
Covell, W A
Cox, Blaine L
Cox, Irl D, Doris M and Erwin A
Cox, Lemuel B
Cox, Lemuel B (Military)
Cox, Sarah H
Crane, Asa, Charlotte, Edwin W. and Della M
Crawford, Vilas
Cronk, Howard M
Cronk, Millie M
Cronk, Rose L
Cronk, S B
Cronk, Sibley B
Cronk, Stephen
Cronk, W H and Eliza J
Culbert, Margie M
Culp, Gordon I., Geraldine M. and John S
Culp, John S
Cupp, Kevin J
Cycmanick, Jerome J
Cycmanick, Pearl L
Cyrus, Nelson
Daglum, John O and Bertha
Dahl, Donald D
Dahl, Elmer M and Corra C
Dahl, Girtie
Dahlby, Carl and Minnie
Dahlby, Leroy A and Edith
Dale, Francis Gordon
Dale, Marita A
Dalton, John R
Dalton, John W. and Augusta C
Daniels, Donald E and Claire J
Davidson, Albert T
Davidson, Alvin
Davidson, Andrew and Gertrude
Davidson, Anton and Randine
Davidson, Delbert J
Davidson, James
Davidson, James
Davidson, Johanna C
Davidson, Olivia
Davidson, Russell B and Barbara M
Dawdy, Marie M and Harold W
Dawes, Byron H
Dawes, Clara A
Dawes, William A
DeBoer, Henry and Ruby
Deboer, Alice L Mulder
Decorah, Verona
Decorah, Wanda
DeGroot, Marcus and Augusta
Dekeyrel, Eugenia M
Dekeyrel, Maurice A
Dekeyrel, Maurice A and Mary M
Delamater, Emma M
Delamater, Freddy
Dettinger, Earl W
Dettinger, Violet A
Dlouhy, Mary Beth
Dlouhy, Mary Beth [Back]
Doerre, Harold J
Doerre, Harold J and Helen P
Doherty, Frank J
Doherty, Ida
Dohlby, George
Dohlby, Laura M
Dohve, Betty Ann
Dohve, Carl H. and Mabel A
Dolbier, Betty R
Dolbier, Ella and James E
Dolphin, Isaac
Dolphin, J C
Dolphin, William B
Douglas, Willard D and Mary E
Dresbach, George E
DuMez, Stella C
DuMez, Warren B
DuMez, Warren S and Velma E
Dunlap, Earl R
Dunlap, Emma
Dunlap, Mabel
Egeland, Nettie and Oscar
Eggen, Dorothy F and Harold A
Eggen, Terry A and Karen M
Elliott, Edward B
Ellis, Henry H
Ellis, Henry H and Minnie J
Ellis, Minnie J
Enberg, Richard L and BonitaJ
Ender, Michael John
Ender, Michael John [Back]
Engelstad, Alfred
Engelstad, Anna
Engelstad, Anton
Engelstad, Edwin
Engelstad, Gerhardand Theresa
Engelstad, Stener and Emma
Engler, Emma L
Engler, Julius G
Ennis, Francis E
Ennis, June G
Enright, Dale Edward
Enright, Edward W
Enright, Gretchen M
Erickson, Emilie
Eriksen, Ole and Augusta
Evans, W M
Evans, William and Isabelle
Evenson, Christoffer, Marit, Ellen and Even
Evenson, Orville W
Faas, Capitola and Joseph J
Fahey, Jas
Fahl, Anna
Falk, A A, Olava and Dena
Falk, Adella Helen
Farley, Morris and Sarah
Farrand, Christine A
Farrand, Emeline S
Farrand, Emma
Farrand, J C
Farrand, J W and Lillian
Farrand, Ruby
Farrand, Sergt. C. W.
Fee, William L and Beverly A
Fehniger, William C
Feran, Lotus J
Feran, Rose
Fiers, G. Adolph and Amanda
Filler, Ella J
Filler, Emma L.
Filler, Laura B
Fischer, Wm J
Fish, Ronald S. and Beatrice A
Fisher, Jessie V
Fjelstad, Marjorie Mackey
Fjelstad, Plymouth
Fletcher, Chester C
Fletcher, Dorothea
Fletcher, Helen
Fletcher, N C
Ford, Clarence R
Foss, Anna E
Foss, Carl G
Foss, Elsie M
Foss, J Dewey
Foss, Josephine D
Foss, Robert J
Fossum, Anton and Lena
Fossum, Clifford A. Sr. and Sylva G
Fredrickson, Bernice A
Fredrickson, Peter B and Anna M
Fredriksen, Oliver H
Freeman, Iris E
Freeman, Martha A
Freeman, William D
Freeman Family,  
Freitag, Norman
Freitag, Norman S
French, George G and Carrie V
French, Hannah M
French, Robert
Furlong, Frieda Redmann
Furlong, Howard
Furlong, Phyllis G. Spangler
Furlong, Robin
Furlong, William Sr
Furuseth, Carl

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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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