|Linda Hahn-Weidman (#47723414)|
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I began family research about 30 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 been working on two 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 has been cross-referenced with a site survey from the 1980's. 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 adding obituaries, linking and respecting 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.
A very special "Thank you" goes to Marlin Miller who has tirelessly helped me research the Sheboygan County area in which the Hahn and Wilke families settled.
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|Kathleen Englebretson||RE: Bauer|
I have been sorting out all my "Clippings" into Word. I have a lot of things given to me by other people that are not ID'd plus a few things from before I learned to to be more accurate. Some of them are from 20 years ago. If I had the info, I included it.
|tango13||RE: St Anthony's Cemetery|
Linda, there is a pic for Kathi Eberhardi #25565381
Added by tango13 on Mar 25, 2015 8:22 AM
|tango13||RE: St Anthony's Cemetery|
Linda, St. Anthony is my home parish and I drive past it twice a day and I think I know exactly where the grave is. I would be honored to visit today and take the pic, please resubmit request if possible and I will upload. Sorry I suggested a removal of the request.
Added by tango13 on Mar 25, 2015 7:15 AM
|KE Tuttle||RE: Rosemann|
I am not a direct relation. My Sargents/Tuttles were from NY and settled in Ripon/Brandon with some of the original settlers who came from the same area in the East.
My grandchildren are related to the Rosemans, but we are still working on the connection to these in Ripon/Brandon. I think they go back to the same Charles that was Peter's father.
Since you have the draft card, I removed the image. Yes, it would be great to have a photo of him instead.
My grandson also would like to see this photo.
|Jade||RE: Eberhardy Photos|
You're welcome. Yes sometimes the stones don't show up as well. I tried to edit the photo to make it more legible. 1915 is right.
Added by Jade on Mar 23, 2015 7:15 PM
The Eberhardy transfer request is now completed.
Yes I had a beautiful day to get more photos, but it has been very cold here since. Hope your family tree is moving along. Have a great day! DR
Added by DR on Mar 19, 2015 4:56 PM
|Y.D.D.||Declined edit for Emil Alves|
Emil was her first husband, so I don't know why it was declined. As far as I know you should still be able to attach the two memorials, even if they don't have her maiden name on her memorial.
Added by Y.D.D. on Mar 05, 2015 1:54 PM
|Y.D.D.||RE: Alves in Chase Cemetery|
Emil Alves was her first husband. Her madden name was Regal. I don't manage her memorial page so I can't change it, only the person who manages it can change it.
Added by Y.D.D. on Mar 05, 2015 12:46 PM
|Y.D.D.||Alves /Regal /Williquette|
I'm related on the Regal side.
Added by Y.D.D. on Mar 04, 2015 9:14 AM
|Ken Richter||Martin Wilke|
I want to thank you for placing Martin's obit in Findagrave. It answers a question I have for many years, " Why did my Richter family decide to come to Sheboygan back in 1892. My G/Grandmother Caroline Wilke Richter would have wanted to come here to where the rest of her family have migrated a few years earlier. I have been looking at the Wilkes of Wilke's Lake, Manitowoc County and looking for a connection where as my father told me stories of visiting there, but no amount of detail and Dad has since died. Now your obit is the clincher to solve this mystery. Thanks. Another question, where and how did you find the obit?
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