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James Seidelman (#9118441)
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jamie
Transfer
Thank you for all your contributions! Could you please transfer Francis Brazeau # 74893911 to my care please? He is my grandfather & I would like to add more information. thank you so much.

Added by jamie on Mar 03, 2015 9:13 AM

Karen Kelsey
Weinstock photos at Holy Guardian Angels Cemetery
Thanks for the transfer of Heinrich Weinstock's memorial, and thank you for the beautiful photos of the Weinstock graves at that cemetery. Very impressive!

Karen Kelsey
Kelsey_karen@yahoo.com

Added by Karen Kelsey on Feb 27, 2015 1:02 PM

Cyndi Berg Jearman
Evangelical Lutheran in Pigeon Falls - Photos Jacobson
Hi Jim. I've been working on adding several memorials in Evangelical Lutheran in Pigeon. I'm hoping if you could make time you might add photos to just three records for me?

Edward Martin Jacobson, Find A Grave 142893602 and
His parents, whose stones just have their first names

Hans Jacob Jacobson 1853-1918
Nekoline (1857-1923)

No rush. Thank you!

Added by Cyndi Berg Jearman on Feb 21, 2015 2:01 PM

David E. Hall
RE: Photo Of Mem. #123590408
Thank you for the quick response.
1. If Eliza J. Halstead is the owner does that mean she may not be buried there?
2. The name H. W. Stainier does not fit with any of my Halls.
3. The name Mary C. Hall Mem# 123589758 Is the second wife of Richard John Hall as shown on her marker as wife of R. J. Hall. He does not show as being buried in East Lawn. A real mystery.
His first wife died about 1838 shortly after the birth of Joseph F. Hall Mem #123589372. Almost ever Hall that is buried in East Lawn is a direct
off-spring of R.J. Hall. I am 99.9% sure that Eliza J. Halstead is the Dau. of R. J Hall. I am waiting for a Death Cert. from Monroe Co. Wi.for one of her sons to see if her maiden appears as Hall.
Richard J. Hall is my Great Great Grandfather.
Any info you have would be helpful.
Thank you David E. Hall

Added by David E. Hall on Feb 13, 2015 5:38 PM

David E. Hall
Photo Of Mem. #123590408
Hello James
I say your name on the photo of Lorenzo D. Halstead's marker in East Lawn Cemetery Augusta, WI. Do you remember if his wife is on the same stone? Her name is Eliza J. Halstead nee Hall born about 1840. I have not been able to find her marker.

Added by David E. Hall on Feb 13, 2015 11:42 AM

Diane F
Richards photo
Thank you for filling my photo request and being part of find a grave family.

Added by Diane F on Feb 12, 2015 7:51 AM

Karen Colon Stramy
Charles E Duey
Thank you so very much for the transfer of Charles Duey.

It is greatly appreciated.

Karen Colon Stramy (#47863638)

Added by Karen Colon Stramy on Feb 11, 2015 4:46 PM

LKat
Tricycle
I have added the photo, I wasn't sure of the protocol now I know. Thanks

Added by LKat on Feb 11, 2015 2:25 PM

LKat
Daddy and the tricycle
Your picture made me laugh out loud, he was quite a character, lots of fun. I am very lucky that my parents took lots of photos and my mom put them in albums, priceless treasures.

Would you mind putting your picture on his page and I will delete mine, your is so much better. Thank you for sharing your skills and talents.

Added by LKat on Feb 11, 2015 5:06 AM

Aavedt
Anna Seipel obit.
Thank you! Yes, it was weird! I went to the funeral home site and it was well done.

Added by Aavedt on Feb 10, 2015 8:38 AM

LKat
My Dad
Thank you again.

I am so happy and thrilled with the photos you have so freely shared.

They all are great and I can't thank you enough for your thoughtfulness.

I certainly am a happy old lady tonight.

Added by LKat on Feb 09, 2015 8:13 PM

LKat
My Mom
Those are terrific! Thanks, again. I,also, really like the one on the right, one of my favorites.

Thanks for sharing your talent.

Added by LKat on Feb 09, 2015 7:07 PM

LKat
You're welcome
And thank you.

Added by LKat on Feb 09, 2015 3:53 PM

R & J Black & G Key
Portia
Thank you so much for the kind transfer. Have a wonderful 2015!

Added by R & J Black & G Key on Feb 09, 2015 3:26 PM

LKat
Thank you
Thanks again, I am so proud of the photo. I have contacted my sister to take a look, I know she will be as please as I am.

Added by LKat on Feb 09, 2015 3:17 PM

RobMinteer57
Walter and Wally Schultz
At first I had thought it possible that there were two Pat Schultzes who died on the same day--but since she's the only one in Montana on Find A Grave, it seems highly unlikely.

At any rate, I sent an e-mail to Holy Cross to see if Wally was disinterred from Sunset--will let you know what I find out. The difference in dates is interesting. I knew them both back in the 1980s, and know for a fact that Walt was born in 1930 and Trish was born in 1949 or 1950. I'm guessing that someone in the family wanted to preserve the fiction that they were much closer in age than they really were.

Added by RobMinteer57 on Feb 08, 2015 5:36 AM

Kathleen E. Jones
RE: wilbur allen at chapel of the pines, california
Hi James,

Thank you for the information. It appears that the management has run into problems...they were perhaps planning on expanding the "business" and started adding facilities to the property without permits. That activity was stopped and now the owner is not responding. Troublesome. I don't know if they have any responsibility to comply with any sort of access rules or not. I will try to research this further.

I was not aware of the forum you talked about. I will look into that.

Thanks, Kathleen

Added by Kathleen E. Jones on Feb 08, 2015 1:57 AM

Kathleen E. Jones
wilbur allen at chapel of the pines, california
Hi James,

I am hoping you can help me with some information. I see you have taken at least a few pictures at the Chapel of the Pines in California. Here is one of them: wilbur allen #10781794. I have a family member interred there and am trying to find out where, specifically, on the property his remains are located. I've tried writing to them a few years ago with a self-addressed-stamped-envelope but never heard back. I tried calling them today but their phone doesn't seem to connect. Do you have any information that you could share on interment locations there, or how to contact someone who would have that information? Thank you very much for your consideration.

Kathleen

Added by Kathleen E. Jones on Feb 06, 2015 4:04 PM

Lisa Lyon-Jacobs
RE: Percival
Oh and one other thing. Percivals birth date is noted as 28 Sep 1870. Which would have made him 10 years and 17 days old when he died.

Okay, I'll get off your page now. :)

Added by Lisa Lyon-Jacobs on Feb 06, 2015 6:05 AM

Lisa Lyon-Jacobs
RE: Percival
Or I guess he could be in one of those other lots also. Thanks again James.

Added by Lisa Lyon-Jacobs on Feb 06, 2015 6:00 AM

Lisa Lyon-Jacobs
RE: Percival
Thank you James! Back in the 1990's I purchased a book titled "Jackson County, Wisconsin Cemeteries Volume II". On page 109, first paragraph it mentions a stone dated Oct 15, 1860, lot of a child aged 10 years, 17 days. On page 112 it appears as if this stone is in the Bacon Family section. Those people, Clarence and Mary would have been Percival's Aunt and Uncle. Now the deciding factor would be is the date really 1860 or could it have been 1880? On page 112 it mentions the name was unreadable, so could the date also have been hard to read?

In John Lyon's (Percival's father) pension records he logs all birth and any death dates of his children. He notes Percival as Oct. 13 1880. It seems a huge coincidence and perhaps we will never know. Any additional info anyone can dig up would be great.

Thank you so very much. I really appreciated the effort you've put in. John Lyon (Percy's dad) was my gg-grandfather.

Added by Lisa Lyon-Jacobs on Feb 06, 2015 5:58 AM

Michelle
RE: Johanna Seidelmann
If you haven't already done so, it might be nice to state what you told me, that is "In Germany, you rent your grave for 25 years. After that, the graves are re-cycled." That is a bit of helpful info that might help others.

Added by Michelle on Feb 05, 2015 2:51 PM

Aunt-Tea
RE: Forest Hill Heubner/Huebner
Thanks James, I realized the two name spelling after emailing you!
Sheri

Added by Aunt-Tea on Feb 03, 2015 7:04 AM

Sue (Carlson) Eide
Glen Raethke
Thanks again James for the correction and thanks for all the links you have done for me. Yes, looks like we lucked out again as far as the snow storms. It sure is cold though. Take care!

Added by Sue (Carlson) Eide on Feb 02, 2015 8:00 PM

The Real McCoys
Reid Harris
Thanks so much for your quick action to correct the link for Reid's mother. I'm pretty sure I am the one who got in a hurry and sent the wrong link in the first place. Sent the 1st wife instead of the 2nd for his dad. Need to slow down sometimes! Thanks again for fixing this.

Added by The Real McCoys on Jan 24, 2015 8:23 PM

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