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A belltower at Forest Home Cemetery, in Fifield, Wisconsin, USA. Tolling bells during funerals has been customary in some places around the world.   Read More...

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Lindbergh kidnapping Lindbergh Kidnapping Discussion Board CSI Madison, Wisconsin: Wooden Witness Coordinates: 40°25′26″N 74°46′04″W / 40.4240°N 74.7677°W   Read More...

State of Wisconsin
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Population:
5,967,627

Under 18:
1,279,321

Over 65:
736,301

Employed:
3,453,611

Land in SM:
54,310.10

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Acres of Farms:
15,552,741

Births:
70,984

Deaths:
46,709

Infant Deaths:
376

Property Crime:
155,127

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Cemeteries - Zalewski Family Genealogy
I ran across a website recently that is a really clever idea. I know I've stumbled upon it before, but for some reason I never stayed. Now I'm hooked. BillionGraves.com is a site, similar is some ways to Find-A-Grave.
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Wisconsin Cemeteries: Who needs a fiduciary? | Death ...
But instead, five Wisconsin legislators are sponsoring a proposal that would allow Wisconsin cemeteries to bypass fiduciary institutions and allow their trust funds to be administered by broker-dealers. The lead sponsor ...
http://www.deathcarelaw.com/

Cemeteries want to bury death services law - Watchdog.org
For years, Wisconsin cemetery owners have worked to bury an 80-year-old law that prohibits joint ownership of funeral homes and cemeteries. Last year, a bill that would have removed the restriction, again, died in committee.
http://watchdog.org/

Spooky things you find in cemeteries ….. headless figures ...
This poor figure has lost its head ... literally. She is also missing part of a hand, poor thing. No head or hand was found near this figure, which resides in Forest Home cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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