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Record Description

This index is an electronic index for the years 1835 to 1968. It is not necessarily intended to index any specific set of records. This index is not complete for any particular place or region. This collection may include information previously published in the International Genealogical Index or Vital Records Index collections.

Citation for This Collection

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Genealogical Society of Utah. Wisconsin Deaths and Burials. Index based on data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Record Content and Use

For details about the contents of these records and help using them see the wiki article Deaths and Burials Vital Record Index Collections (FamilySearch Historical Records).

Coverage Table

The Coverage Table shows the places and time periods of the original records in this collection. The table indicates how many records the collection has from each place. Most of the records in the collection are from the time periods listed in the table; however, the collection may have a few records from before or after the time period.

Locality Births and Christenings, 1826-1926 Marriages, 1836-1930 Deaths and Burials, 1835-1968
Adams 1,242 1,526 757
Ashland 5,211 4,692 3,576
Barron 6,413 2,807 1,530
Bayfield 3,257 1,558 526
Brown 29,466 18,079 8,477
Buffalo 8,899 0 1,652
Burnett 0 610 0
Calumet 5,958 3,410 2,048
Chippewa 6,571 4,374 2,321
Clark 0 3,675 887
Columbia 11,658 10,959 4,043
Crawford 4,674 4,415 775
Dane 12,189 20,591 2,876
Dodge 15,985 3,733 5,941
Door 7,364 2,704 1,810
Douglas 11,386 5,967 5,456
Dunn 7,236 1,590 1,551
Eau Claire 13,118 5,869 3,109
Florence 453 0 400
Fond du Lac 9,780 16,584 7,130
Forest 320 0 103
Grant 11,290 7,516 2,255
Green 7,339 9,096 1,422
Green Lake 1,796 4,537 665
Iowa 3,476 7,881 1,648
Iron 2,111 726 337
Jackson 5,137 2,301 1,772
Jefferson 14,337 9,528 4,901
Juneau 4,005 4,576 1,585
Kenosha 7,537 9,759 3,945
Kewaunee 7,262 1,104 1,395
La Crosse 25,180 9,802 5,972
Lafayette 6,229 6,622 2,067
Langlade 3,847 1,524 996
Lincoln 6,164 965 1,146
Manitowoc 23,583 4,511 9,965
Marathon 15,297 8,269 4,365
Marinette 14,933 4,027 4,836
Marquette 1,434 2,964 538
Menominee 0 0 352
Milwaukee 317,035 195,274 134,077
Monroe 2,480 6,679 924
Oconto 6,947 3,206 1,401
Oneida 1,855 1,043 587
Outagamie 17,258 8,961 4,320
Ozaukee 10,633 4,943 2,709
Pepin 1,397 2,434 466
Pierce 118 4,841 395
Polk 4,420 2,579 975
Portage 9,246 911 2,246
Price 2,817 385 346
Racine 25,523 14,326 11,974
Richland 6,882 4,927 557
Rock 15,255 7,931 4,578
Rusk 0 100 0
Sauk 8,024 2,423 3,891
Sawyer 1,243 476 536
Shawano 6,962 494 1,443
Sheboygan 26,774 7,071 8,758
St. Croix 5,915 9,512 1,446
Taylor 1,544 1,123 312
Trempealeau 6,348 3,264 590
Vernon 4,939 5,859 153
Vilas 881 274 149
Walworth 10,348 5,460 2,781
Washburn 1,870 572 523
Washington 10,986 5,632 2,899
Waukesha 11,399 9,635 4,166
Waupaca 10,605 6,263 3,016
Waushara 3,006 1,982 742
Winnebago 21,275 13,915 11,044
Wisconsin 562,012 256,503 140,475
Wood 3,403 2,781 898
Total 1,441,537 800,630 454,507

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