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Donna Lange (#47052205)
 member for 6 years, 7 months, 4 days
RE: Bunter-Meyer
It would be difficult to add your information to the memorial I manage given you have not told me what that information that is. I am happy to add any and all verifiable information, just let me know.

Added by marypie on Apr 24, 2015 6:48 PM

Donna (Endorf) Londeen
RE: Kenneth Timmcke
Distantly related to his wife Lillian (Andrews) Timmcke - connected by the ancestors Aaron Lyon and Mary Mason.
Donna Londeen - Rutland, VT

Added by Donna (Endorf) Londeen on Apr 14, 2015 11:14 AM

Mr. Badger Hawkeye
RE: Thanks

You're welcome.

Yours Truly,
LeRoy A.

Added by Mr. Badger Hawkeye on Apr 12, 2015 8:24 AM

Tropico Gravers
RE: #85425965
The partial wall of niches is called the Columbarium of Rest. Most of the niches have more than one urn of ashes. For instance, there are 148 cremated remains in just 55 niches in the Col. of Rest.

That wall is located in the Sanctuary of Rest. The sanctuaries consists of columns of crypts. Arthur's parents are interred in the crypts. You can see one column of six crypts in the photo on Arthur's memorial. This sanctuary has 10 columns of six on three walls. There are a few shared crypts but most are one burial per crypt. There are 68 people buried in the Sanct. of Rest.

The three walls are shown on memorial 126714761 which happens to be a shared crypt. Arthur's parents are in single crypts.

Hope this helps

Added by Tropico Gravers on Apr 12, 2015 8:02 AM

Mr. Badger Hawkeye
RE: Schulenburg

I just deleted the Find A Grave memorial page that I created.

Yours Truly,
LeRoy A.

Added by Mr. Badger Hawkeye on Apr 11, 2015 8:09 PM

nancy porrelli
RE: Herbert Baumgarten
The house was the family of the "Hinkcleys". Big to do house. They had parties for visiting Big wigs. Do you know the Hinckleys?

Added by nancy porrelli on Apr 02, 2015 11:58 AM

nancy porrelli
Herbert Clarence Baumgarten
Hi, I rented a house in Seattle in the late 70's and I have a very personal picture/letters book from the home. First names are Helen Elizabeth Hinckley and Herbert Clarence Baumgarten. I would love to pass it on to the family. Did this Herbert live in Seattle ?

Added by nancy porrelli on Apr 01, 2015 6:24 PM

Green Wood Cemetery
The snow has melted so I'm back in the cemeteries trying to catch up on photos.

Added by Joan on Mar 24, 2015 7:12 PM

RE: Freddie Fish
Hi Donna, I was at Green Wood cemetery the other day and found Elbert Fish's grave for a request on Find a Grave. I tried to photograph it, but his name is on the west side of the stone and very worn. I then took photos of the other sides which included Ellen, Freddie and George on the south side and another side that I couldn't read. The only one that turned out clear enough to put on Find a Grave was the side with Freddie and George so I put photos on their memorials. Freddie has his date listed and age as 10. There is also a separate stone next to the family stone for Freddie so I posted a photo of that too. Both have 1886 as the year of death and 10 years as his age. I didn't have my paper to do a crayon rubbing to get the words from the east, north and west sides of the stone so I plan to stop some time when the snow melts and do that before I post photos for the request.

Added by Joan on Mar 23, 2015 4:09 PM

Far Tripper
RE: Photo
I have the Janesville Daily Gazette from Saturday, March 19, 1966 with the following:

GENOA CITY-Mrs. H. Arthur Skinner, 79, died this morning in Lakeland Hospital after a long illness. The former Hilda Ludhrs was born Jan. 8, 1887, in Ableman, Wis., the daughter of William and Dorthea Schierhorn Ludhrs, and was married March 27, 1907, at Prairie du Sac to H. Arthur Skinner. She was a member of First Methodist Church, its WSCS, and a Sunday school superintendent many years. Survivors are her husband; three daughters, Mmes. Vincent Meyerhofer, Lake Geneva, Alvin Berger, Genoa City, and Thomas Kelly, Huntley, Ill.; three sons, Elvin, Pasadena, Calif., Wilbur, Genoa City, and Irvin, West Covina, Calif.; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Herman Ludhrs, West Allis. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in First Methodist Church, the Rev. Donald Vroon officiating, with burial in Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Haase-Derrick Funeral Home and after noon Monday at the church.

Added by Far Tripper on Mar 23, 2015 3:22 PM

Milton Piontkowski
RE: Esther
Yes, This was my mother. She was adopted by Clara Mente.

Added by Milton Piontkowski on Mar 04, 2015 2:17 PM

Michele Christine Brand
RE: Annette Avers
Donna, I just landed in Atlanta from London and have one more flight to get me home to Charleston I will reply more appropriately in the morning. Fondly, michele

Added by Michele Christine Brand on Feb 17, 2015 1:42 PM

Karla Tschannen
Thanks Donna for your help, it was truly appreciated. If there is anything I can ever do for you please let me know.Thanks again!

Added by Karla Tschannen on Feb 15, 2015 10:20 AM

Karla Tschannen
Hi Donna, I don't know why its not working as its the correct numbers. I transfer his parents to him and it was working. Maybe try again later? Thanks again Donna.

Added by Karla Tschannen on Feb 14, 2015 9:56 PM

Karla Tschannen
Hi Donna, here it is; 48660599. Sorry, try this. I need new Thank you so much!

Added by Karla Tschannen on Feb 14, 2015 10:35 AM

Diane L. Webb
RE: Kelly
Your welcome. I interviewed Mida O. Lemma Kelly in
Colorado Springs, Co., in the 1980's when we lived there. I had contacted her sister Gladys Lemma Johnson in Wisconson and she said her sister also lived in Colorado Springs, Co. She was such a sharp lady. She was a retired school teacher. Her grandmother Elizabeth Foster Briery was the daughter of my great grandfather William Foster and 1/w Mandana Townsend. I was from his 2nd marriage to Elizabeth Ellen Lathrop. This was such an amazing experience to interview someone that you share genealogical ancestors.
Diane L. Webb

Added by Diane L. Webb on Feb 06, 2015 8:39 PM

Rod Williams
Oscar Sandstrom
Sorry to hear about his passing. Thank you for responding.

Added by Rod Williams on Jan 29, 2015 5:59 PM

Transfer Request
Would you please transfer Sara Barcume Gulliford to me. I am a direct descendant. She was my gggrandmother.

Added by FamilyHistoryBuff on Jan 17, 2015 5:25 PM

RE: Sprague
The photographer recorded under the photo. I thought it should be on the bio, so I just copy/ pasted it. I also questioned it but from what I could see it looked ok

Added by InMemory on Dec 04, 2014 9:47 AM

William Wenzel
Germans from Hanover
Hi Donna,
What a wonderful thing you are doing with your research; the sort of study I'd like to do if I had the time.
I think it's important to keep family information, but also interesting to see if there's any connections between Germans immigrating from a particular area of Germany, which wasn't a country until 1874.
Bless you!
Bill Wenzel

Added by William Wenzel on Nov 24, 2014 8:22 PM

Daniel Carver of Sauk
Do you happen to know the parents of Daniel Carver who married Amanda Skidmore?

I'm descended from Zalmon Carver, born in New York State in 1800, by his 1st wife, Achsah Smith. He lived for a time in Michigan and Ohio, before moving to Salk, Wisconsin. I wondered how he related to Daniel.

Thank you for all your effort!

Added by ksabbey on Nov 15, 2014 2:33 PM

Glenn Michael Massey
RE: Rosine Gall
Hello Donna,

Sorry for the delay in responding to your email. John D Gall is the 2nd Great Grandfather of my sons mother Mary Catherine Bischer. I believe this is where I obtain maidename of Schara. I also have been checking in with the Morman Church. I will continue to research this information. The name Sauk is one of the Counties in Wisconsin. John D Gall passed away in Merrimack, Sauk, Wisconsin, USA; so did Rosine. I will contact you once I verify this information.

Thanks, Glenn Massey

Added by Glenn Michael Massey on Nov 14, 2014 1:25 PM

Ross, NM
German history
Your edits have been accepted.
My Ancestors are German.
If you ever find information concerning German troops hired by the Brits during the war of 1812 let me know. Of interest is if some of the German soldiers stayed in the States and/or if any fathered children while here.

Added by Ross, NM on Oct 29, 2014 5:52 PM

caching hound
RE: Struck
Hi Donna,
I apologize, normally I send an email explaining that there is no headstone and asking if the requester would like a photo of the grave site. However I arrived to find no headstone, and myself heading out of town for a few weeks so I snapped a photo and posted it with a caption stating there is no headstone, the name of the reference stone in the left of the photo and GPS coordinates. Next time I will take more care to get my requests done in a more timely manner. Would you like the photo to stay or would you like me to remove it?

Added by caching hound on Oct 21, 2014 9:42 AM

Count Dracula
RE: Halbersleben
Talked with the Sexton Dale and he confirmed that William & Mary are at Green Wood. Sec 7, Lot 3

Added by Count Dracula on Oct 20, 2014 10:28 AM


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