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GMACC1 (#47475192)
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Michelle (James) Hembd
RE: Dennis Shaw
No I do not have a Dennis Shaw sorry. I did find his obituary online though here.....http://m.wiscnews.com/columbusjournal/news/local/obituaries/article_c7433866-9762-11e2-949f-0019bb2963f4.html?mobile_touch=true

I hope this helps you.

Added by Michelle (James) Hembd on Jul 28, 2014 1:09 PM

Megan McCartan
RE: Thanks
Oh, sorry his family name is McCartan. We appreciate all the McCartan headstones you uploaded from Saint Mary Cemetery in Portage.

Added by Megan McCartan on Jul 26, 2014 3:57 PM

Megan McCartan
Thanks
I wanted to thank you for taking the time to upload my husband's family's information on Find A Grave. We really appreciate it!

Added by Megan McCartan on Jul 26, 2014 11:35 AM

Ken Richter
Stecker family plot
If you are interested, connect with me through my email and I will return photos of the "S" index, Stecker family plot map and plot map of the Schleswig cemetery.

I might have time tomorrow to photograph the gravesites.

Ken

Added by Ken Richter on Jul 25, 2014 6:32 PM

LZ
Davis @ Silver Lake
Thank you for the photos of the Davises. Regards, LZ

Added by LZ on Jul 25, 2014 12:27 AM

ctcollector
Delores Kobs #102512157
Hi,
I was wondering if I could take over the Management of this memorial in Find a Grave. This is my Aunt on my fathers side. I have been working on our family genealogy and I'm trying to keep the maintenance all in out place.

Please let me know

Regards,
Jan

Added by ctcollector on May 21, 2014 1:23 PM

Family_R_Us
Louise Abitz
Thank you for the updated information. I have added this to her memorial. :-)

Added by Family_R_Us on Mar 15, 2014 12:05 PM

Linda and William S.
Grosshuesch Salem Ebenezer Cemetery, Newton, WI
In this cemetery, there are two spellings for the name of Grosshuesch.
The "Old World spelling" & the "New World spelling."
Old World: Groszhusch.
New World: Grosshuesch.
Wilhelm & Margaretha (on the gravestone) use the Old World way & that's what you will see in the photos (when they are put in).

Added by Linda and William S. on Jun 14, 2013 6:33 PM

J. Butcher
RE: koehler-lutheran cemetery
The names on the tombstone are:
*Harvey
1895-1970
*Herman
1867-1953
*Hulda
1871-1957
*Emma
1891-1892
*Baby
1918-1918
*Gertrude
1895-1973
*Fredricka Stielow
1834-1891
*Karl Stielow
1828-1907


Added by J. Butcher on May 15, 2013 12:02 PM

Diane F
Baumgarter
Vic,
I was at the Sheboygan Co. Court house and looked up again Joseph Baumgarter's death record (found in Vol 10 page 240) it said born March 9, 1839 and died Sep 4, 1907. For Frances it did not give a birth date but listed her age as 52 years 2 months 5 days if you know how to figure that out for her birth date. She died June 8, 1912. (Found in Vol 13 Page 953) Her father was listed as Chas Karl and not known for mother, infomate was Theo Baumgarter.
At this time I didn't find an obit for Joseph.
Diane #47536298
dianefiedler@yahoo.com

Added by Diane F on Apr 09, 2013 9:58 AM

Phillip
Leonilda(Leona) Tuler Peters
I was in a rush when I looked up the location for her. I used Leona Peters, and now I looked at the grave marker and the dates are way wrong.

I look her up by date of death and she does not show up. I checked all the dates to Jan 29, 1967.

There is an Alfred Peters listed but his birth date would about 1925, I assume he to young for her.

I don't think they are buried in a Milwauke Catholic Cemetery.

See http://www.cemeteries.org

Added by Phillip on Oct 29, 2012 4:17 PM

 
 

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