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Saint Adalbert Cemetery & Mausoleum

3801 South 6th Street
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53221
414 483 3663 / voice
414 483 4588 / fax
See below for street map of Saint Adalbert Cemetery area.

Established in 1888 (once called Polish Union Cemetery)
Grounds cover 98 acres; about 63,000 buried in graves; 19,000 crypts and niches

This cemetery memorializes Saint Adalbert, a monk of Trier, who became Archbishop of Magdeburg in the tenth century. His ministry was to the Slavic people who honor him as a patron saint. To this end, he is memorialized in a cemetery in which thousands of people of Polish ancestry have been laid to rest.

Saint Adalbert & Holy Trinity Ground Spaces plot map [Acrobat PDF File: 461KB]
Saint Adalbert Garden Mausoleum map [Acrobat PDF File: 597KB]
Saint Adalbert Holy Family Chapel Mausoleum and Malls map [Acrobat PDF File: 470KB]
Saint Adalbert Chapel of Hope Mausoleum map [Acrobat PDF File: 288KB]

Click the map to open a browser window to an Travel map, where you can zoom in and out, get driving directions and more!

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