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AlongTheWay (#47248211)
 member for 5 years, 11 months, 17 days
Kenosha County Genealogy Society
RE: Memorial# 152667523 - Samual E Bersie
Thanks for letting us know about our typo. The year should be 1921. We have corrected his memorial page.

Added by Kenosha County Genealogy ... on Feb 05, 2016 6:13 PM

Richard Carle
RE: Burr Armstrong
Thanks again for the assistance.

Added by Richard Carle on Feb 04, 2016 5:10 PM

I believe you were right, the name was spelled wrong in the Glen Haven cemetery directory. I have corrected it. I plan is to finish photographing that cemetery as soon as the weather permits.

Added by DLLW on Jan 30, 2016 3:30 PM

Diane Nibeck-Smith
Jefferson Clark
You sent me a message on Ancestry to send you a message about Jefferson Clark. 121978350

I would be happy to take over his memorial and any of his family.

and if there are others. My info:
Diane Nibeck-Smith (#46500472)

Added by Diane Nibeck-Smith on Jan 23, 2016 4:57 PM

Bill Morgan
RE: Thank you for Edits & Photos
Thank you. The Maigatter and Plohar families are my ancesters. Anna Ida Plohar and Charles H Maigatter are my great grandparents.

I have conflicting dates for some ancesters from the obits, tombstones and death certificates.

Do you have any recommendation for which date to use when there is a conflict? My wife and I did go to the courthouse in Kewaunee and record the available birth and death certificates several years ago. I would think they would have the correct information on them. At least it would be the official information. I will get them out and look at the dates.

Thanks again.
Bill Morgan

Added by Bill Morgan on Jan 19, 2016 6:21 PM

RE: Gerbigs
Yes, they are on my tree and I would like them. They are related to me through Johanna Heise, who is a sister to my 2xgreat grandmother, Wilhelmina. I would certainly transfer to a direct descendant if asked. Thanks again for all your work.

Added by Lleeah on Jan 19, 2016 2:23 PM

John Uhlman
Herman Broege

Yes, Herman Broege is next to Anna! I have added him to F-A-G, and will connect her to him. I may get to Valhalla sometime in the next couple of months, and will take a photo of his crypt. Do you have complete dates for Herman?

Added by John Uhlman on Jan 16, 2016 1:31 PM

Patrick Lemirande
RE: FYI - Door County
Thanks, that is great information on St Mary's.

Did you notice that there is a cemetery in Find a Grave for Our lady of the Snow?

That's why it is a bit confusing. I think I prefer them to be separate cemeteries.

Added by Patrick Lemirande on Jan 08, 2016 2:42 PM

Chris Flores
RE: John Greeley - Tweedale Cemetery
Hello, I believe I solved the mystery.

Theory: When they built the plaque, they mistakenly included my John Greeley's service record information.

As documented on my Account, I believe the correct information is:

John M. Greeley, Private from Wolf River, Wis.
Company G 88th Ill. Infantry
Enlisted: Aug 27, 1864
Discharged: M.O. Jun 9, 1865, as Corp'l

Added by Chris Flores on Jan 07, 2016 12:14 PM

Chris Flores
RE: John Greeley - Tweedale Cemetery
Thanks for your time in this matter.

I'm basing my assumption on an Obit and the fact I could not find any other name (associated with the 134th) remotely close to "Crilley."

1. I have an Obit that links my John Crilley to the 134th. Illinois Company K volunteer Army.
2. It also states he was born in Rochester, NY.

3. I discovered an Illinois State archive document that ties facts 1 & 2 to a John Greeley.

I was baffled by the chance he would be buried in Kewaunee, WI. Hi wife was Mary, but I do not have record of her maiden name. In addition, I do not have any census records for John Crilley or Mary prior to 1880.

Are you on If so, I'm happy to share my artifacts with you. Or I could email you. Thanks in advance for your additional time. Regards

Added by Chris Flores on Jan 05, 2016 8:04 AM

Chris Flores
John Greeley - Tweedale Cemetery
Thank you so so much for your work. Thanks to you, I was able to locate the burial site of my GGGrandfather John Crilley. (1845-1914) Like many other Irishmen, he utilized an alias during his service in the Civil War.

Sincerest regards,

Christian Flores

Added by Chris Flores on Jan 04, 2016 1:00 PM

John C. Engel
Michael Haucke
Thank you for the update to include the Louise Ramien (Wedewart?) marriage!

Added by John C. Engel on Jan 03, 2016 5:38 PM

Pearl G. Sage
I would be a little more cautious about doing it right away. I think that was her 3rd husband, but all we know for SURE is that his last name was Archer. I have made mistakes before, so I have learned to be careful. I hope I have the right man. What about Facebook and Our Oegerle Heritage secret group? I will leave my Facebook name on the secret link you mention. Marge

Added by SCRUBJAY on Jan 03, 2016 11:43 AM

Pearl G Sage
I am working on a lead, got a picture of Pearl, Hazel Oegerle, and a man that is her 3rd husband, a Mr. Archer. Found a Clarence Monroe Archer buried in Fort Riley, also buried there is a Pearl M. Archer. Don't know about the "M". This is from someone who knew her and him and has the picture. I'm adding to my tree, if I can get it done tonight.

Added by SCRUBJAY on Jan 01, 2016 10:07 PM

Smith Memorial Transfers
Thank you so much for transferring the memorials to my care! Happy New Year to you and yours!

Added by Linda on Dec 28, 2015 10:02 AM

Grace ONeill
RE: Duplicates
Hi AlongtheWay -- Your flexibility is appreciated. Thank you for helping the searcher find the most accurate information.
Regards, Grace ONeill

Added by Grace ONeill on Dec 27, 2015 10:45 AM

Roe Parker
Thanks for the transfer. Couldn't help wanting to add his history. Now I know why he had a musket and powder horn on his marker. It was good that he had friends to give him a proper burial and a fitting marker marker. Dale:)

Added by DMaron on Dec 16, 2015 2:57 PM

Nadeen Sobottka
Antonina Wojdat
Hi, I didn't accept your edit for Antonina because if I add both of her married names, if someone looks for her, they'd only be able to find her under Wojdat. As long as she's attached to her first husband, they'll be able to find her too. I removed Wisniewska from the maiden name. Regards, Nadeen

Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Dec 16, 2015 5:42 AM

Moo, Esq.
Sorry for the confusion! Transferring it. I help both.

Added by Moo, Esq. on Dec 12, 2015 8:26 AM

RE: Thank you
You're welcome, glad I had been looking at the wife through and clicked the link, otherwise never would've noticed.


Added by Jade on Dec 11, 2015 6:39 PM

Oak Hill
Your attention to details is amazing!! A week ago nobody could tell Orman was buried in Watertown and now he is linked to his family! Thank so much! Dale

Added by DMaron on Dec 11, 2015 5:33 PM

Moo, Esq.
C. W. Anderson
I'm not able to answer your email - it didn't include it. But I'd be happy to delete mine, and you can move yours over to where it belongs. Unless that other one isn't your memorial? I don't mind either way, or I can transfer this to you. Let me know.

Added by Moo, Esq. on Dec 11, 2015 10:43 AM

Donald Reindl
RE: Norway ancestors
Funny; "" doesn't work for me. Maybe it has to do with our being inside Europe versus North America, respectively.

Added by Donald Reindl on Dec 06, 2015 9:47 PM

Donald Reindl
RE: Norway ancestors
You can also find the death records in the parish books here: "". Ole is in the first line on page 251, and Marit is at line 7 on page 248.

Added by Donald Reindl on Dec 06, 2015 9:44 PM

Donald Reindl
RE: Norway ancestors
"" should also work; if you use that, then type "viste" in the "søk" box and click "søk", then scroll down into "objekter" and click on "Viste Bruk (Gardsbruk) Vestre Slidre". You can also send me a regular e-mail and then I can send you a hotlink.

Added by Donald Reindl on Dec 06, 2015 9:39 PM


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