Wisconsin Cemetery Records
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This entry was originally written by Dawn M. Knauft and Carol L. Maki in Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources.
Numerous cemeteries have been read and transcribed by local genealogical societies in Wisconsin. The transcriptions are frequently deposited with an Area Research Center, a local library, or the Wisconsin Historical Society. A considerable number have been printed in the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter. A listing of these can be found on the society’s website at www.wsgs.org. Some have been privately published.
The Wisconsin State Old Cemetery Society, 6100 W. Mequon Rd., Mequon, WI 53092, publishes a newsletter and maintains an archive of tombstone inscriptions from around the state.
A useful volume is Linda Herrick and Wendy Uncapher, Cemetery Locations in Wisconsin (3d ed. Janesville, Wis.: Origins, 2002). It is arranged first by county, then township and section number with a township map for each county.