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Racine County
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Bohemian National Cemetery
Tombstone Photos

Samek - Zlevor

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Samek, Barbara
Samek, James D
Schaper, Herbert A. and Elva D
Schelling, John L.
Schelling, Amelia
Schelling, Emil W
Schelling, John L
Schelling, Lucy
Schelling, unclear male
Schimek, Joseph and Emily
Schradrer, Emil W. and Libbie E
Schwetz, Erminia M.
Schwetz, Erminia M
Schwetz, John
Schwetz, John (2)
Schwetz, Josephine
Shulak, Emil J
Shulak, Jeanette B
Shulak, Joseph and Martha
Sila, Bedrich
Sila, Bedrich
Siller, Frank
Siller, Frank
Skala, Frank and Frances
Skala, Frank and Frances
Skaredik, Vincent
Skenar, Terezie
Slamova, Silvenka
Slechta, Joseph and Shirley M.
Slechta, Steven C
Smader, Tobias
Smejdir, Mikulas and Marie
Smercek, Frantisek
Smercek, Sofie
Smercheh, Semon and Anna
Smerchek, Amiel
Smerchek, Charles and Ethel
Smerchek, Miles J. and Mary
Smerchek, Adeline
Smerchek, Anna
Smerchek, Anna M
Smerchek, Charles and Ethel
Smerchek, Daniel W. and family
Smerchek, Edward S. and Elsie A
Smerchek, Edwin and Rose
Smerchek, Edwin L. and Helen
Smerchek, Frank
Smerchek, George and Vlasta
Smerchek, Katherine
Smerchek, Melvin R. and Grace J. Dolezal
Smerchek, Miles J. and Mary
Smerchek, Ruth M
Smerchek, Sophie
Smerchek, Wencle E
Smercher, Amiel
Smith, Joseph and Rose
Smolak, Michael
Smolak, Michael
Smrcek, Franticka
Smrcek, Pavel
Sobotka, J.
Sobotka, John
Sobotka, Josephine
Sobotka, John
Sobotka, Josephine
Soderman, Bert E.
Soderman, Bert E. and Irene
Sodomka, Anna
Sodomka, Joseph
Sodomka, Robert G
Sodomka, Theresa V
Spangenberg, Walter A. and Leona M
Spodick, Rudolph A. and Ellen H
Spodick, Wayne A. and Paula G
Stanke, Lyman E
Stanke, Mildred M
Stegner, Anna
Stegner, Edward
Stegner, Frank
Stegner, Joseph
Stegner, Lucy
Stegner, Mary
Stegner, Rose
Stehlik, Anna Peterka
Stenicka, Katherine
Stenicka, Katherine
Stepan, Eleonora
Stepan, Frances
Stepan, Hynek
Stepan, Hynek (2)
Stepan, Josfp
Stepan, Karel
Stepan, M
Stepan, Marie
Stepan, Teresie
Stepan, unclear
Stephan, Emma
Stephan, Jesse C
Stephan, John
Stephan, Mary
Stephen, Bertha
Stephen, Emil A
Stephen, Ernest J. and Caroline L
Stephen, Joseph H. and Rebecca J
Stephen, Joseph R. and Leona D
Stindle, Charles G.
Stindle, Anna L
Stindle, Charles G
Stindle, Edna A
Stindle, Frank
Stindle, Frank J
Stindle, Theresa
Stindle, William
Stritesky, Clarence F.
Stritesky, Glen L.
Stritesky, Jan
Stritesky, Katherine
Stritesky, Wencil
Stritesky, Woodrow M. and Alice
Stritesky, Anna
Stritesky, Carel
Stritesky, Charles and Marie
Stritesky, Clarence F. and Norma L
Stritesky, Edwin
Stritesky, Fannie
Stritesky, Frank
Stritesky, Frantirka
Stritesky, Frantisek
Stritesky, Glen L
Stritesky, Jan
Stritesky, Josephine
Stritesky, Katherine
Stritesky, unclear
Stritesky, Wencil
Stritesky, Woodrow M. and Alice B
Stritesy, Joseph
Strouhal, Josefa
Styndl, Frantiska
Styndl, Frantiska
Sulak, Frank Sr. and Amelia
Sulak, Joseph L
Sulak, Marel Anna
Suprak, Peter P
Sus, Anton
Sus, Olga
Sustachek, August
Sustachek, John and Frances
Sustachek, Louise
Sustachek, August
Sustachek, John and Frances
Sustachek, Louise
Svanda, Anna
Svanda, Frank
Svanda, Josef
Svanda, Josef (2)
Svanda, Veronika
Sveg, Josef
Svitavsky, Charles J. and Emil
Svitavsky, Vinc J. and Mayme F
Svitavsky, Vincent
Svoboda, Arthur and Gladys
Svoboda, infant son
Svoboda, Joseph and Mayme
Svoboda, Joseph Sr.
Svoboda, Agnes
Svoboda, Alzbeta
Svoboda, Anthony and Anna
Svoboda, Antonie
Svoboda, Arthur and Gladys
Svoboda, Charles
Svoboda, Edwin
Svoboda, Frank J. and Marie
Svoboda, Joseph and Mayme
Svoboda, Joseph and Valerie
Svoboda, Joseph Sr
Svoboda, male infant
Svoboda, Rudolph
Tepley, Betty M
Tepley, Emil
Tepley, Libbie A
Tepley, Libby E
Teply, Anna M.
Teply, Anna M
Teply, Emil
Teply, Joseph and Anna
Teply, Josephine
Teply, Vaclav
Terezie, Katelecka
Teska, Virginia and Katherine
Tigges, Robert J. and Dawn L.
Tigges, Robert J. and Dawn L
Toll, Karel
Toll, Frantisek
Toll, Karel
Uhlir, George
Uhlir, Josef and Marie
Uhlir, Arthur
Uhlir, Frantiska
Uhlir, George
Uhlir, Josef and Marie
Uhlir, Mary
Vacek, Carl and Florence Smerchek
Vallee, Lorraine
Vanda, Jos
Vermey, family
Vermey, Peter
Veselik, Anna
Veselik, Tobias
Vesely, Anna
Vesely, Frantisek
Vesely, Josephine
Visek, Francis
Visek, Frank
Visek, Joseph
Vodstrcil, Jan
Vodstrcil, Fran
Vodstrcil, Frantiska
Vodstrcil, J
Vodstrcil, J.
Vodstrcil, Jan
Vodstrcil, Josef
Vojtisek, Jan
Vojtisek, Jan and Josephine
Vostrelova, Victoria
Vostrelova, Victoria
Vratil, Anna
Vratil, Joseph
Vratil, Lydia Mikulecky
Wasik, Michael and Marie
Wasik, Michael and Marie
Wells, Kerry L
Weyhrauch, John P. and Irene
Weyrauch, John P. and Irene M
Wheeler, Anna
Williams, Harold R. and family
Wiltsey, David
Wiltsey, unclear
Wishaw, Edgar E. and Myrtle K.
Wishaw, Edgar E. and Myrtle K
Woitesek, John (Jack) and Mary
Woitesek, John A. and Mary
Woitesek, Myles and Irene P
Woiteshek, George and Marie
Woiteshek, Arthur and Joyce C
Woiteshek, George and Marie Bartek
Woiteshek, Joseph Sr. and Mary
Woittsek, Robert A
Woittsek, Roy
Worrel, Lucille M. and Schuster, Helen A
Wtipil, Anna M
Wtipil, Frank
Zachar, Ervin
Zachar, Frantisek
Zachar, Jerome
Zachar, Josef
Zachar, Josef and Katerina
Zachar, Sophia
Zacharias, Ida
Zacharias, Ida
Zahalka, unclear
Zahorik, Frank and Bozena
Zak, Charles J. and Jessie S.
Zak, Charles J. and Jessie S
Zerzanek, Frank
Zerzanek, Rudolph and Susan
Zerzanek, Alois
Zerzanek, Anna
Zerzanek, Berta
Zerzanek, Byron J
Zerzanek, Frank
Zerzanek, Frantiska
Zerzanek, Josef
Zerzanek, Melicher
Zerzanek, Rudolph and Susan
Zerzanek, William
Zerznaek, Mary A
Zika, Matthew and Mary
Zika, Matthew and Mary
Zitka, Frank C. and Alice E.
Zitka, Jan and Marie
Zitka, Frank and Lena
Zitka, Frank C. and Alice E
Zitka, Frank L. and Judith D
Zitka, George O. and Libbie R
Zitka, Jan and Marie
Zlevor, John Sr. and Marie

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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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