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Death Records

Milwaukee County (Wis.). Register of Deeds.
Index of deaths [microform], 1872-1916.

Milwaukee Micro Series 10
Index to the Register of deaths (Milwaukee Micro Series 11), providing name, date of death, and volume and page number in the Register. Some names in the Index are not in the Register, and vice versa. Arranged by year of volume, then by surname, then by date of death. Unnamed children are listed as "s. of," "d. of," or "child of, "and then by the fathers name. View finding aid.
Milwaukee County (Wis.). Register of Deeds.
Register of deaths [microform], 1852-1912.
Milwaukee Micro Series 11
Register provides name, sex, color, date of birth, age, marital status, birthplace, name and birthplace of father, maiden name and birthplace of mother, occupation, death date and cause, place of burial, and place of death. Register is arranged by volume number and registered death, and is indexed by the Index of Deaths (Milwaukee Micro Series 10). View finding aid.
Wisconsin. Bureau of Health Statistics.
Index to registrations of deaths [microform], 1852-1907.
Wisconsin Series 2069
Statewide index, including Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha Counties, to deaths recorded between 1852-1907, arranged alphabetically. For each entry, shows names of deceased, date and county of death, and volume and page number in the Registrations of Deaths (Wisconsin Series 2068).
Wisconsin. Bureau of Health Statistics.
Registrations of deaths [microform], 1852-1907.
Wisconsin Series 2068
Record of deaths made by the register of deeds in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha Counties and sent to the Bureau. Records show name; race; sex; occupation; place of birth; names of parents and spouse; date, place, and cause of death; place of burial; and other details. Indexed by the Index to Registrations of Deaths. View finding aid.

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