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Linda Hahn (#47723414)
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Bio Photo I began family research about 25 years ago when a favorite aunt became a Centenarian. The project was then shelved for many years due to family, school and work. Since retirement, I have resumed researching.

I have adopted a couple of small cemeteries in which I have many family members. St. Peter's Cemetery in McMillan has been cross-referenced with the old church records and a site survey conducted in 1979. St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery in Hewitt is a work in progress, so please be patient with the work. I welcome any accurate additional information.

I would appreciate if I ask for a transfer and you are NOT a family member that you honor my request. I am interested in linking and respecting my family members not collecting memorials. Thank you to those who have devoted many hours to this site and especially to those who have fulfilled my photo requests and graciously agreed to make transfers.
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Thank you!!
Thank you so, so much!! Deeply appreciated!!
Added by DP on Jan 24, 2015 8:58 PM
Transfer request
Hi, Linda—

If you are not a Huth relative, I would greatly appreciate it if you would kindly transfer the pages you made for my great-great-grandparents, William and Gertrude Scherr Huth (109786248 and 109786222, respectively), to me.

If you are a relative, then of course you should continue to maintain their pages. Either way, thank you for creating them! I have not had the chance to get to Wood County to "meet" these ancestors so am very grateful you have created pages for them.

Thank you!
Added by DP on Jan 23, 2015 12:41 PM
Jeff Stauber
RE: Correction requested
St. Michael's Church Cemetery, Hewitt, WI
>> Anton Haas (mispelled Hass) Memorial# 109625981
>> Theresia Haas (mispelled Hass) Memorial# 109625996. Maiden name "Stauber" could also be added.
>> Joseph W. Haas (mispelled Hass) son of Anton & Theresia, can be linked to above; Memorial# 109626242.
>> Theresia C. Haas, (mispelled Hass) daughter of Anton & Theresia, can be linked to above; Memorial# 109626226.
>> Mary A. Haas, (spelled correctly) daughter of Anton & Theresia, can be linked to above; Memorial# 109626263.

If you'd like to transfer these I'd be willing to make the changes. Thank you.

Added by Jeff Stauber on Dec 10, 2014 9:02 AM
Jeff Stauber
Correction requested
Please correct the spelling of the last name (HASS to HAAS) in Memorial# 109625981.

Thank you.
Added by Jeff Stauber on Dec 09, 2014 4:17 PM
Dean Wiese
Copy opf email sent to Kathleen Englerbretson
Ida Podrazt Find A Grave 104264937, Kathleen Englebretson.

her maiden name was Faleske

she was born 19 Oct 1877 in Brighton, Marathon, Wisconsin, USA

and died 17 Jan 1965 in Wausua, Marathon, Wisconsin, USA

Ferdinand C (Carl) Podrazt Find A Grave 109172914, Linda Hahn

he was born 9 Apr 1867 in Pomerania, Germany.

he died 17 Dec 1925 in McMillan, Marathon, Wisconsin, USA

You may not have access to this record, I'll contact the other Find A Grave

I'm not sure, but I have a theory about these two people. They were married in 1897 and I far as I can find they had two children Edward and Erna Podratz. The Faleske family was Catholic and the Podrazt were Lutheran, in fact Ferdinand's father was one of the original members of Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Marathon, Wisconsin. My theory is that is why she was not buried with Ferdinand in the Saint Paul Lutheran Church Cemetery.

I have been working in genealogy for about the same length of time as you and I am a Genealogy Consultant for the LDS Church, in my Ward and Stake. I understand your frustration so I hope that you have enough information about these to people to make the necessary additions and family connections.

Thanks for help

Added by Dean Wiese on Oct 01, 2014 9:21 PM
RE: Death Place
I find people find their family graves easier (in most cases) since they might know the grave location before the actual place of death and they will correct the entry if wrong. I found many of my out of state family graves this way and later through obituaries or death certificates I found the actual place of death.
Anyway happy to correct anything if I am wrong.
Have a good day! DR
Added by DR on Sep 10, 2014 4:49 PM
The only info I found is that he lived and owned a car dealership in the Manitowoc WI area so that might be the correct place of death but no 100% proof of that since nothing was listed on your obit. I add Sheboygan as a death place if the grave is found in that city. DR
Added by DR on Sep 07, 2014 6:22 PM
Elmer A. Bast
Hi definitely an oversight. Elmer A. Bast is now transferred to you. Have a good day. DR
Added by DR on Sep 07, 2014 9:27 AM
cindy bock
donald leonard family
Do you know anything on this family. I know Annabelle Leonard was is wife, dob 12/18/1910-dod 12/12/1991.

memorial# 108619878
memorial# 108619914
Added by cindy bock on Aug 16, 2014 10:22 PM
Transfer Request for Walter Westerhausen
My number is #47863479 My grandfather's memorial number is 109908048

Thank you
Added by yackel30 on Aug 15, 2014 9:35 AM
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