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Adams, Annie - Frost, Mary Meola

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Adams, Annie
Adams, Samuel
Albanese, Antoinette
Albanese, Mike
Albanese, Nicola
Alonge, Grant
Alvarez, Demencio T.
Angelo, Tony
Argilla, Nicoletta Uberto
Asztalos, Ellen
Ausonio, Dominic and Virginia
Bach, Frederick (Fritzie)
Bahr, Annie
Bahr, Edward P.
Bahr, Winifred
Baird, Agatha
Baird, Jessie Belle
Balcerzak, Mary Biedzycka
Balding, Jonnie
Balding, Joseph
Balding, Rosie
Baltes, Magdalena
Baltes, Nicholas
Baltes, Richard Dale
Baltes, Ruth M.
Baltes, Vincent J.
Baltes, Wendelin M.
Banaszak, Stephen T.
Bannon, Catherine
Bannon, Edmond P.
Bannon, Michael H.
Bannon, Patrick
Bannon, Perrie T.
Barbieri, Eustachio and Charles
Barczak, Joseph B. and Gertrude
Bazylewicz, Peter and Gloria
Beasaw, Adele M.
Beasaw, Willis E.
Beaster, Jerome J. and Eva E.
Behnke, Carl E. and Fannie G.
Beitz, Erwin J.
Beitz, Valentine
Beitz, Zita
Bennett, Ralph and Mae L.
Bentley, A. Grace
Bentley, James T.
Bentley, Matthew and Annie
Berninger, Richard M.
Berry, Kenneth E.
Biwer, Helen P.
Biwer, Jerome F. and Sara C.
Blessinger, Elizabeth
Blessinger, Elizabeth B.
Blessinger, George A.
Blessinger, Joseph
Blessinger, Lou.
Blessinger, Louis
Blessinger, Margaret
Blessinger, Michael
Bloecker, Agnes Mulligan
Boehmke, Frank J.
Bohl, Emmett
Bohl, Julia
Bohl, William
Boldt, unclear B.
Bollogh, Henry J. and Mildred
Bonault, Justine
Bongiorno, Alessandro
Bongiorno, Josephine
Bongiorno, Vita
Bonnell, Ellen M.
Borchers, Joseph A. and Mae
Bork, Hattie
Bornheimer, Aggie
Bornheimer, Ellen
Borrazzo, Albert and Odelia
Borrazzo, Angelo A.
Borrazzo, Mary A.
Bottler, Gilbert E. and Katherine
Bowe, Bernard
Bowe, Ellen
Bowe, John
Bowe, Mary
Boyle, Henry
Boyle, Patrick
Boyle, Patrick and family
Braid, Agnes
Braid, Arthur
Braid, John
Braid, Nellie
Braid, William J.
Brautigam, Carmen R.
Brehm, Joseph Sr.
Breniser, Edythe Waisanen
Brever, John Anthony and Anna
Brosniran, Hattie M.
Bruckbauer, John G. and Agnes
Bruni, infant
Brunner, Alice D.
Brunner, Chris
Brunner, Joseph L.
Brunner, Mary Anna
Bruno, Pietro
Brzezinski, Paul and family
Bubbles, Martha A.
Bubbles, Stanley
Bucci, Frank
Bucci, Joseph
Buchta, unclear
Buckley, Corinne
Buckley, John F.
Buckley, Kate
Buckley, P.J.
Buckley, Timothy and family
Buckley, William
Burbach, Amanda M.
Burbach, Charles H.
Burke, Edwin E.
Burke, James L.
Burke, Josephine
Burke, Mamie
Burke, Mary E.
Burke, Mary F.
Burke, Nellie M.
Burke, Richard D.
Burke, Thomas C.
Burke, William P.
Burns, Mary
Busjaeger, Marie L.
Busjaeger, Max Jr.
Busjaeger, Max Sr.
Butler, Eugene W. Jr.
Caffrey, James and Helen
Cahill, E.W.
Cahill, Gertrude W.
Cahill, Mark E.
Calhoun, Helen Joan
Calvani, Louis
Calvano, Clara
Cambier, Abraham V.
Cambier, Dr. Margaret Jane
Cambier, Estelle Clarke
Cambier, Maj. A.B.
Campbell, John and Edward A.
Camplin, Donald H. and Annette
Cangemi, Gaetano
Carney, Brian
Carney, Elizabeth
Carney, John B.
Carney, Mary A. Slain
Carney, P.H. and Mary J.
Carroll, Ann
Carroll, William and Jane I.
Casarrubias, Mike
Casey, Burton G.
Casey, Frances Blando
Casey, Sara
Cassaday, Pat. and Cath.
Cassidy, Bridget E.
Castillo, Joseph and Ramona
Castle, Catherine
Castles, Catherine
Castles, Christopher
Castles, John and family
Cataruzzoli, Stanzilad
Cattarozzle, Thomas
Cattarozzle, Virginia
Cavaleri, Michele and Rose
Chaumette, Rosalie
Cheeseman, Matthew A. (Mac)
Christoph, Mr. and Mrs.
Chudzik, Stanly A. and Celia T
Ciampa, Charlene A.
Ciampa, Richard and Jean
Ciano, Angelo
Ciano, Carosena
Ciano, Frank
Ciano, Minnie T.
Ciano, Phillip J.
Ciano, Raffaela Dattoli
Claffey, Charles H.
Claffey, Martin E.
Clarke, John J.
Clarke, Katherine
Clarke, Margaret
Cleary, Donald F.
Coakley, Theresa M. Doyle
Colburo, Kristin
Collins, Patrick and family
Collins, Robert J.
Colloton, Anna
Colloton, James T. and Mary
Colloton, John and Margaret
Colloton, Patrick
Colloton, Raymond and Lucille
Colman, Catherine
Comer, helen M.
Comer, Leo M.
Comgemi, Vincenzo James
Condella, Anton T.
Congemi, Congetta Harriet
Congemi, Nicholas
Conley, Catharine
Conley, John and Michael
Conley, Thomas
Connor, Thomas and unclear
Consiglio, Liborio Ben
Consiglio, Marie A.
Conway, Margaret
Cook, Katherine
Coronado, April Lynn
Cotton, Carmelia Bigonia
Cotton, Gioacchino (Jack)
Cotton, Ida
Cotton, Stefana
Crogan, Katharine West
Cross, Bridget
Cross, Ellen
Cross, James
Cross, John
Cross, Mary
Crowley, Constance
Crowley, Cornelius
Crowley, Dennis
Crowley, Dennis F.
Crowley, James
Crowley, Jay F.
Crowley, Lena
Crysdale, Charles N.
Crysdale, Frieda
Cunningham, Mary
Cunningham, Michael
Czech, Mary M.
Czech, Michael J.
Dagan, Bridget and Ann
Dagan, Daniel and Dennis
Dagan, Elizabeth and Mary
Dakin, Margaret M.
DAmato, Lawrence and Jean
Davis, Thomas H.
De Nardo, Rocco and Sophia
DeBenedetto, Pietro
DeChant, Clarence
DeChant, Louise Blessinger
Dedlow, Marie E.
DeMarsh, Robert Wm. and Darlene
Dempsey, C.S.
Dempsey, Mrs. Alice
Dennis, James H.
Dentino, Peter and family
Denver, Hugh
DePersio, Jamma
DePersio, Nick
Dequardo, Dominic and Kathryn
Destefano, Matthew V.
Devereaux, Agnes
Devereaux, Catherine
Devereaux, Mamie
Devereaux, Mary
Devereaux, May A.
Devereaux, Michael
Devereaux, Nicholas
Devereaux, William
Dewane, Dennis E.
Diaz, David
Dick, Charles J.
Dick, K.
Dick, Killian J. and Frieda A.
Dick, William T. and June L.
Dickman, Frank and Margaret
Dickmann, John A. and Louise
Dickmann, Joseph J.
DiCurzio, Filomena
DiCurzio, Nunzio
Diedrich, Adam J. and Viola E.
Diedrich, Mary A.
Diedrich, Matthew S. and Florence
Diedrich, Robert W.
Diedrich, William J.
Diener, John and Magdelena
Dietz, Henry and Rose
DiMarcantonio, Carmine
DiMarcantonio, Maria
Dipofi, Vincenzo
Dittman, Elmer J. and Harriet
Dljulio, Ermando
Dodaj, Franc
Dombrowski, Isadore John
Dominguez, Kathleen M.
Donahoe, Edward
Donata, Mary Inzeo
Donnelly, Mary
Donohoe, John
Donovan, Michael
Downes, John
Downes, Katie
Downie, Edward
Downie, Rosa
Doyle, John William
Driscoll, Agnes Kennedy
Drummond, Leslie R. Jr.
Duffy, Mary
Duffy, Mrs. Patrick
Duffy, Patrick
Duffy, Peter Sr. and family
Duffy, Sarah
Dugan, Josephine H.
Dunn, Emma M.
Dunn, George C.
Dunn, Thomas
Duvigneaud, Marie D.C.
Duvingneaud, Michel J.
Eagen, James
Eagen, William
Edoardo, Gentile
Egan, Patrick and Louisa
Egan, Robert J. (Bobby)
Eiche, Charles Sr.
Eiche, Elizabeth
Eiche, Lois Mary
Eiche, Peter Frank
Eiche, Ruth Mary
Eimer, Sarah and Margaret
Einberger, Gordon J.
Eisemnan, Anna
Elich, Jacob
Ellenson, Clarence G.
Enders, Margaret
Enders, Philip
Eppers, Eric John
Etteldorf, Jimmy
Evrard, Edward A.
Fallon, John W.
Fallon, Luke and Winnie
Fallon, Mary
Fardy, John
Fardy, Sue B.
Farrell, Edward
Farrell, Martin
Faubel, Anna
Fay, Matthew and Mary
Federer, Anna
Federer, Cyril M.
Fekete, Wayne M. and family
Ferguson, Mary Jane
Ferguson, William C.
Ferrara, Castrenze and Caterine
Ferrara, John Andrew
Ferraro, Andrew
Finney, Theresa Toshner
Fischinger, Elizabeth
Fitzgerald, Rose A.
Flamingo, Pasquale
Flamingo, Rose
Flamingo, Tony
Flood, Hugh
Foley, James
Foley, Joseph W.
Foley, Mary E.
Forrest, Charles
Forrest, Mary E.
Forte, Daniel
Forte, John
Fracaro, Albert J. and Phyllis
Fracaro, Domenico
Fracaro, Maria
Fracaro, Ronald D.
Frank, John and Margaret
Frank, John C. and Katie
Frantz, Elizabeth M.
Frantz, Rachel
Fraser, Alice E.
Fraser, Chauncey J.
Fraser, Janet M.
Freitag, Ann
Freitag, Barbara
Freitag, John
Friemark, Myron
Frohmuth, Ida M.
Frost, Jack
Frost, Mary Meola

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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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