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Bohemian National Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Macak - Rynak

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Macak, Charles and Emily
Macak, Charles and Emily
Macak, Frank J. and Rose F
Macak, Frantisek
Macek, Benjamin and Helen R.
Macek, Charles and Mildred
Macek, Arthur
Macek, Benjamin and Helen R
Macek, Charles (police badge on stone)
Macek, Charles and Mildred Greider
Macek, John
Macek, Josephine
Macek, Louise
Macek, Toby
Madero, Robert Joseph
Makovsky, Edward J. and Agnes
Makovsky, Edward J. and Pearl
Makovsky, Aloisie
Makovsky, Anton
Makovsky, Edward
Makovsky, Edward J. and Agnes
Makovsky, Edward J. and Pearl H. Ahrndt
Makovsky, Jan A
Makovsky, Jan and family
Makovsky, Josefina
Maksosky, Josefina
Manca, Anna
Manzel, Jan Juza
Manzelka, Anna Tepla
Mares, Josef
Mares, Josef and Katerina
Mares, Katherine E
Mares, Mathew
Mares, otto C
Maresh, Stanley
Maresh, Dr. Frank
Maresh, Stanley
Maresova, Terezie Kostelecka
Maritch, Louise Cerny
Masik, John
Massard, Louise
Matavka, Anthony
Mauel, Cexestina
Mauel, Jacob
McVicker, Rudolph
McVicker, Anna Zich
McVicker, Rudolph
Meissner, Rudolph H. and Sylvia
Meissner, Paul R
Meissner, Rudolph H. and Sylvia
Meissner, Wendell I
Menc, Anna
Menc, Jean R
Menc, Joseph
Michna, Frank and Josie
Michna, Frank and Josie
Michna, Jeremiah James
Michna, Orrin F. and Margaret H
Michna, Tiffany Kay (Tippy)
Mielke, William B. and Caroline
Mielke, William B. and Caroline
Mikulecka, Sofie
Mikulecky, Carl and Emma
Mikulecky, Irving and Rose
Mikulecky, Jan
Mikulecky, Katerina
Mikulecky, Alois
Mikulecky, Carl and Emma
Mikulecky, Charles
Mikulecky, Charles F
Mikulecky, Edwin and Martha
Mikulecky, Frank
Mikulecky, Frank M
Mikulecky, Frank S.E
Mikulecky, Fratislav
Mikulecky, Irene
Mikulecky, Irving and Rose
Mikulecky, Irving Clyde
Mikulecky, J.O
Mikulecky, Josef
Mikulecky, Josef and Josefina
Mikulecky, Karel
Mikulecky, Katerina
Mikulecky, Lester
Mikulecky, Loddie B. and Fannie J
Mikulecky, Oscar
Mikulecky, Russell
Mikulecky, unclear
Mikulecky, unclear (2)
Mikulecky, Wencel W. and Katherine
Mikuleska, Frantiska
Mikulesky, Jerome A
Mikulesky, unclear Joseph and Nellie Edna
Milfait, John and Anna
Miller, Judith
Mitchell, Hugh and Arlyn Peterka
Musil, Alois
Musil, Aloisie
Musil, Anna
Nechuta, Anna
Nechuta, Charles and Helen
Nechuta, Frantisek
Nechuta, Joseph
Nechuta, Anna
Nechuta, Charles and Helen
Nechuta, Edwin J. and Mabel S
Nechuta, Eugene A
Nechuta, Frank
Nechuta, Frantisek
Nechuta, Joseph
Nechuta, Nettie
Nechuta, Vincencie
Nerad, Clarence
Nerad, Tony and Katherine
Novak, Myron J.V. and Genevieve
Novak, Agnes Peterka
Novak, Emma
Novak, Jan and family
Novak, John S. and Mary C
Novak, Loretta (Lori)
Novak, unclear
Novak, Vincent C
Novak, Vincnet C
Nowicki, Gregory L
Nowicki, Ruby L
Nunvar, Joseph and Kathrine
Nunwash, Joseph
Oliva, Josef
Oliva, Joseph and Anna
Oliva, Joseph Jr
Oliva, Katerina
Olsen, Elmer L. and Libbie M
Osadsky, Lydia Vermey
Otto, William G. and Ruby I
Paik, Anna Elias
Paik, Anthony
Pansch, infant
Pansch, Mary
Panyk, Emil and Hattie E.
Panyk, Vincent and Anna
Panyk, Vincent Eugene
Panyk, Emil and Hattie E
Panyk, Vincent and Anna
Panyk, Vincent Eugene
Patzek, John
Patzer, Bessie
Patzer, Filomena
Pavek, Anna
Pavek, Frank J
Pavek, Julius and Sylvia
Pechacek, Carl
Pechacek, Kristine and infant Walley
Peklo, Fred and Katherine
Peklo, Athur J. and Madesta M
Peklo, Barbora
Peklo, Bedrich
Peklo, Fred and Katherine
Peklo, Fred G. and Esther A
Pencik, Miles F
Perry, Anna
Perry, Francis
Pesek, unclear male
Peshek, Joseph
Peshek, Joseph
Peskova, Anna
Peterka, A
Peterka, Anna Mikulecky
Peterka, Charles L
Peterka, Jerome J
Peterka, Josef
Peterka, Josef and family
Peterka, Joseph and Emma
Peterka, Joseph Jerome and Anna Veselik
Peterka, Vaclav
Peterka, William and Lizzie
Petersen, Genett Carratt
Petrzilka, Albin
Petura, John L.
Petura, Josef
Petura, Katerina
Petura, Libby K.
Petura, Marie
Petura, Wencle J.
Petura, Anna
Petura, John L
Petura, Josef
Petura, Josef (2)
Petura, Kate
Petura, Katerina
Petura, Libby K
Petura, Marie
Petura, Wencil Sr
Petura, Wencle and Elizabeth
Petura, Wencle J
Pishny, Annie
Pishny, Frank
Pishny, Frank J
Pishny, Jozefka
Pishny, Louis A
Pishny, Louis Jr
Pishny, Louise Stephan
Pishny, Mary A
Pishny, Morris
Pishny, Reuben R
Plocek, Frantisek
Plocek, Joseph and Anna
Pochop, Frantiska
Poghof, unclear
Poghop, Frantiska
Pokorney, Anna
Pokorney, Anna
Pokorny, Emily M
Polak, Anna
Polak, Frank
Polak, John
Polak, Anna
Polak, Frank
Polak, Henry
Polak, John
Poleza, unclear
Popelka, Carol June
Popelka, Charles
Popelka, Jan
Popelka, Jiri Emil
Popelka, Josef
Popelka, Josef (2)
Popelka, Josefina Dvorak
Popelka, Marie Svitavsky
Popelka, Nettie Novak
Popelkova, Jozefka
Pororny, John and E
Pritchett, Walter and Frances
Prokesh, Christian
Prokesh, Vincent
Proska, Vincent J. and Elizabeth
Proska, Earl A
Proska, Frank and Anna
Proska, Frank J. and Rose J
Proska, Lilian
Proska, Vincent and Elizabeth
Prostrednik, Eugene J
Prostrednik, Irma
Prostrednik, Joseph and Anna
Pruitt, Leonard H. and Irene M
Pulda, Amelia
Pulda, Anna
Pulda, Joseph
Pulda, Phillapina
Pulda, Wencle G
Randa, Anna
Randa, Josef
Raymond, Vaclav and family
Reif, Adolf
Reif, Anna
Reif, Edwin and Charles
Reitmeier, Amelia E
Reitmeier, Wm. Henry
Renak, Anna H
Renak, Charles
Renak, Edward
Renak, Frank E
Renak, Lydia A
Renak, Selmar and Marugrie
Rickert, Emily
Rickert, George N
Rink, Hubert and Anna
Rink, Hubert and Anna
Robey, Anna
Robey, Frank
Robotka, Anna Korbel
Robotka, Edwin
Robotka, Josef
Robotka, Josefina
Robotka, Teresie
Robotka, Agnes
Robotka, Charles
Robotka, Clara
Robotka, Edward
Robotka, Edwin
Robotka, Joseph
Robotka, Joseph (2)
Robotka, Joseph Sr
Robotka, Libbie
Robotka, Milton J. and Libbie A
Robotka, Vaclav and Rose
Robotka, Violet
Robutka, Josef
Robutka, Josefina
Robutka, teresie
Ronda, Teckla E
Rose, Edward and Fannie
Rosival, Agnes
Rosival, Jan
Rosival, Mary
Rousar, Emillie and family
Rubeck, Hilmer W. and Mary
Rubotka, Anna Korbel
Rumage, Donald Joseph
Ruzicka, Vincent and Mary
Ruzicka, Vincent and Mary
Rybarik, unclear and Edwina M
Rynak, Anna
Rynak, Frantisek
Rynak, Frantisek and family
Rynak, Josef J

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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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