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A big THANK YOU to all who timely accept edits and add complete obits. You make life easier for me and add valuable info for families and community history. Special appreciation to cemetery walkers, especially those responding to requests and finding long-forgotten or the new tombstones. I think the stories of everyone's lives are fascinating, and I'm happy to help the stories get told. Everyone yearns to remember and be remembered.
This is a Cemetery. Memories are made tangible, and love is undisguised; Communities accord respect, families bestow reverence, Historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched. Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are cast in bronze to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and life, not the death of a loved one, The Cemetery is homeland for memorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the living. A Cemetery is a history of people A perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A Cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering - always.....
A very handy way to find Milwaukee area death notices is to search digitized images of Milwaukee area newspapers. No longer online. Only available through Milwaukee Public library or with their library card.
The Milwaukee Journal 1880s - 1990s
The Milwaukee Sentinel 1910s - 1990s
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1995 - 2007
Reinzi Cemetery, Fond du Lac, has a burial log that can be downloaded from their website.
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