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Gabrysiak, Sylvester and Ethel - Murray, Thomas P.

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Gabrysiak, Sylvester and Ethel
Gagan, Willard A.
Galindo, Frank and Hilma (Irma)
Gallagher, children
Gallagher, John and Mary
Gallagher, Margaret
Gallagher, Mary
Gallagher, Michael
Gallagher, Patrick
Galvan, John and Joyce
Gapene, Bridget
Garcia, Guadalupe
Garcia, Jeremy B.
Garcia, Sonya Maria Elia
Garity, Anna Belle Cahill
Gauthier, Eliz.
Gauthier, Francis
Gauthier, Louise
Gauthier, Wm. F.
Gavigan, J.H. and B.A.
Gavigan, May Belle L.
Gerard, Francis J.
Gerlach, John H.
Gerrety, Elizabeth
Gibson, Sarah
Gill, Cora Kern
Glaby, Anthony J. (Tony)
Golemgeske, Josephine
Gollwitzer, Geo. F. Jr.
Gollwitzer, Mary
Gomez, Marcos
Gomez, Salomon
Gomez, Sijifredo Sr.
Gonzales, Angel C. and Marilyn
Gorichanaz, Joseph S. and Barbara
Gottschalk, Arnold A. and Mary
Grace, Ellen
Grace, P.
Grace, Perry
Grant, Laurence J.
Greb, Nutchie Bohl
Greco, Filippo and family
Grenz, Michael T.
Griesmer, R. Jerry and Yvonne
Groh, Catherine M.
Groh, Jacob
Groh, Mary
Gruendler, Peter N. and Laura
Guderyon, Herman
Guderyon, Marie
Gulyas, Anna J.
Halligan, Catherine and Catherine
Halligan, Catherine
Halligan, John J.
Hamann, William and Lucille
Hammel, Frank A.
Hammel, Louise B.
Hanahan, Dennis W.
Hanna, Denis
Hanna, William
Hannon, Mary Jane
Harrington, Charles F. and Brian
Harrington, James P.
Harry, W.
Hasler, Fredrick
Hasler, Susan J.
Hausmann, Marie Stoeckel
Hedicke, Laura E.
Hedtcke, Lester P.
Hemmick, Ralph E. and Anastasi
Hepp, Charles and family
Hepp, Charles F. and Elizabeth
Hepp, Henry
Hepp, John
Hepp, Karl
Hepp, Mary
Hepp, Wendell and Phillipena
Hepp, Wendell
Her, Shong Leng
Herbrand, Philip A.
Herbrand, Tessie M.
Herbst, Anna
Herbst, Ellen
Herbst, John
Herek, Mary A.
Hernandez, Felipe
Hernandez, Leonard and Mary
Hernandz, Eleanor
Hibl, Frank
Hill, Mary E.
Hill, Mary
Hirsch, Joseph F. and Lucille
Hoegger, Henry H. and Helen Y
Hood, Annie M.
Hood, Jacob R.
Horr, George H. and Elizabeth
Horrigan, John
Howard, James E.
Howlett, David
Howlett, Francis M.
Howlett, Michael
Howlett, William
Huffman, Albert G.
Hughes, Joseph
Hughes, Katie Riley
Hughes, Mary
Hughs, Elizabeth
Hunkins, Anna S.
Hunkins, J. Henry
Hunsinger, Catherine E.
Hunsinger, Jacob J.
Hunter, Camille E.
Inzeo, Anthony
Inzeo, Ethel
Inzeo, Joseph Louis
Inzeo, Louis (Luiggi)
Inzeo, Louis J.
Inzeo, Maria Donata
Inzeo, Mary Recs
Inzeo, Michael John
Inzeo, Nick and Rose
Inzeo, Nick
Italiano, Athony
Italiano, James M. Sr.
Italiano, Jayne
Italiano, Joseph and Mary
Italiano, Samuel R. and Elvira
Jackson, Joshua
Jacquest, William P. and Mary
Janicki, Harry Jr.
Jaquet, Mary
Jovish, Frank
Joyce, Matt
Junk, Edgar G.
Junk, Edgar George and Agnes F
Kadrich, Cecilia M.
Kadrich, John and Katherine
Kadrich, Leo J. and Mary B.
Kadrich, Simon J.
Kadrich, Simon Sylvester
Kamps, Howard J.
Kane, John
Kane, Morris
Karlinsky, Monica
Karlinsky, Nickolaus
Kawatski, John H. and Frances
Kawatski, Timmy and Tommy (twins)
Keirnan, B.
Kelly, Dennis C.
Kelly, Margaret
Kelsey, Ruth Prebelski
Kenney, Richard Allen (baby)
Kern, John A.
Kern, Mary
Kimball, Marie Elizabeth
Kimball, Paul Stone
Kinst, John J.
Kirchner, Theresa
Klopatek, Earl
Klump, Justine
Knoebel, Frank H. and Mary L.
Knoebel, George
Knoebel, Josephine
Knoebel, Mary E.
Knoebel, Pearl M.
Knoebel, Raymond T.
Knoll, Waldemar A. and Elizabeth
Kohler, Dorothy J.
Kohler, Paul A.
Kolba, Patrick E. and Betty A.
Koll, Anna Schantz
Koloski, Edwin H. and Eleanor
Kopaczewski, Ronald J. Sr.
Kouski, Stanley
Kowalska, Susan
Kowalski, Bertha M.
Kowalski, Dorothy M.
Kowalski, John S.
Kowalski, Joseph
Kronsnoble, Jerome E. and Dee
Krug, Martha
Kuchler and Gonyo family,  
Kuczerski, Agnes
Kuczerski, Anton
Kuhlka, Gustave
Kuhlka, Paul
LaFleur, James
LaFratta, Peter W.
Lane, Jerry
Lane, John
Lang, Elroy and Lou Ann
Lang, Mary
Latondress, Edward J. and Helen
Latondress, Fr. John
Lattanzio, Silvio
Laughlin, Owen and family
Lauretti, Marco
Lee, Frances Alrum
Lee, Patrick
Lee, Rosanah
Leeder, Frances Anna
Lehman, August F. Sr.
Leidgen, Kathryn Stoeckel
Leipzig, Bernice E.
Leitinger, Joseph and Katherine
Lemke, Fred W. and Elizabeth
Leonard, B.
Lester, Ida Mary
Liesenfelder, Augusta and family
Lingle, Lois M.
Lingle, Robert H.
Llanas, Amador U. and Rosa B.
Llanas, Josefina
Long, Bernadine
Long, Frank T. and Martha A.
Long, Joseph L. and Margaret E
Long, Patrick and family
Lonkonske, Elizabeth
Loomans, Rita C.
Lopez, Alan Daniel (Boo Boo)
Lugo, Lucio and Manuela
Luke, Rose L.
Lundy, Jeffrey G.
Lyman, Thomas F.
Lynch, Patrick
MacDonald, Anna Kane
Macoskie, Henry E. and family
Macuk, Mateja Lazar
Magee, John
Magner, James
Maher, Timothy
Mahoney, Anna J.
Mahoney, James and Esther
Mahoney, James T.
Mahoney, Thomas H. and family
Maleshitz, Isabella
Maleshitz, Theresa
Malinski, Joseph
Malone, Alice S.
Malone, Andrew P.
Malone, Dr. E.W.
Malone, Elizabeth
Malone, Lt. Wm. S.
Malone, Mark C.
Malone, Willliam D.
Marcantonia, Romolo
Marchan, Evaristo
Marchan, Tomas C. and Velga D.
Marcoe, Ada G.
Marcoe, Sally Ann
Marconi, James
Marconi, Leonard
Marconi, Maria
Marconi, Phillip
Mareno, James
Mareno, Rose
Martin, Catherine
Martin, Daniel J.
Martin, Delbert J.
Martin, Frederick
Martin, Mary Jane
Martinez, Henry
Marzocco, Frank M. and Mary L.
Mascia, Albert
Mascia, Carosena
Mascia, Michael
Mascia, Nicola
Mashak, Jennie A.
Mastrostefano, Pasquale
Mastrostefano, unclear
Mattiacci, Antonietta
Mattiacci, Michael and family
Matto, Joseph
McCabe, Julia
McCaffrey, Bernard J. Sr.
McCaffrey, Margaret
McCaig, John H. and Margaret
McCann, Frank C.
McCann, George J.
McCann, John M.
McCann, Katharine M.
McCann, Margaret C.
McCann, William J.
McCarragher, Agnes
McCarragher, Ambrose B.
McCarragher, Bernard
McCoy, Jane E.
McCoy, M.J.
McCumber, Charles S.
McDonald, John A.
McDonald, John Randall
McDonald, Lora E.
McDonald, Margaret E.
McElroy, Alice
McGavin, Elizabeth Marie
McGeen, Cecelia
McGeen, Donald M.
McGeen, Helen S.
McGeen, John A.
McGeen, John
McGeen, Lawrence J. and Chad A
McGeen, Mary
McGinnis, Eva McComber
McGinnis, Patrick J.
McGovern, C.C.
McGovern, Francis C. (Frank)
McGovern, Gertrude
McGovern, Mary Conly
McGovern, William C. (Willie)
McHalsky, Margaret A.
McHalsky, Richard J.
McLaughlin, Mary
McLeish, George and Elizabeth
McMahon, Hannah
McMahon, John and family
McMahon, Mary Jane
McMahon, Owen and Bridget
McMahon, Thomas
McNally, Agnes Bentley
McNally, Elizabeth J.
McNally, Joseph
McNamara, Annie Gerrety
McNamara, Ellen Morgan
Meagher, John H.
Medina, Pedro Sr. and Placida
Meehan, Frances
Meeth, Ann C.
Meeth, Peter
Meidenbauer, Raymond W.
Melero, Josefa
Melka, Edward W.
Mendez, Andrea R.
Mendez, Jose Ramon
Meola, Pvt. Leonard J.
Meola, Tony
Merendino, Daniel and family
Mesa, Pablo V.
Metzinger, Mildred C.
Meyer, Carl
Meyer, John A.
Meyer, Marguerite
Meyer, Minnie
Meyer, Teckla Tillie
Michalsky, Helen and Margaret
Michalsky, Josephine
Michalsky, Martin and Anna
Miner, Mildred M.
Mitchell, Esther
Mitchell, Floyd G.
Mitchell, William and family
Mlodzik, Adeline G.
Mlodzik, Barney J.
Monrial, Geronimo and Dora
Morch, John S.
Morch, Mary
Morena, Nicola
Morena, Pasqualina S.
Mossbach, Susana
Mueller, Joseph M.
Mulligan, Delia B.
Mulligan, J.
Mulligan, John
Mulligan, Mary A.
Mulligan, Thomas H.
Mundschau, Lee and Jane
Murphy, Howard
Murphy, William T. M.D.
Murray, Charles V.
Murray, Dennis A.
Murray, Estelle M.
Murray, Helen M.
Murray, John C. and Julia
Murray, John D.
Murray, Katherine
Murray, Mary Ellen
Murray, Patrick D. and Mary A.
Murray, Thomas John
Murray, Thomas P.

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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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