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Linda Hahn-Weidman (#47723414)
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Bio Photo I've been researching for almost 30 years. Many of my memorials are either related to myself or to my husband.

While conducting research at Saint Michael's Catholic Cemetery in Hewitt and Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery in the Township of McMillan, I decided to photograph most of the two cemeteries. I will be adding obituaries for those cemeteries as my time permits. I enjoy honoring a person's life and connecting family members together.

A special thank you to Marlin from Sheboygan for helping me with so much research in Sheboygan County; to my cousin, Diane, who helped with our Wilke research and taught me how to gently clean stones; and to my German friend, Ike, who has helped me with research in her country.
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Joyce Frey
Anton Sternweis
Sorry, The parents should of been for his wife Margaret. I have deleted the edit and put them under Margaret. Thanks for catching my error.
Added by Joyce Frey on Nov 27, 2015 7:12 PM
Robert Libby
RE: Thomas Curtin
Actually he was born in Marshfield, Marathon County. Marshfield intersects Wood County & Marathon County with bigger portion in Wood County. Find-a-Grave does not show Marshfield in both counties. It's OK to leave it as is, close enough.
Thank you
Added by Robert Libby on Nov 27, 2015 6:33 PM
Linda Blakeney
RE: santa fe national cemetery
Thank you for your admonishment. Have already requested that all my pictures on this particular memorial be removed.
Added by Linda Blakeney on Nov 16, 2015 9:53 AM
Wilhelmine Doering
Hi Linda,
I think I figured out how you think I know something about this Wilhelmine. I posted the photos of the parents. The husband G. Koehler and his three wives from St. Peter's in Hamburg. I then saw the article put in by 46829006 on G. Koehler's memorial. I joined the spouses by contacting Infoseeker #47847713 and the two sons that were local on Salem Cemetery. I can't remember if I contacted you about Wilhelmine. But I know that I did not start these memorials, I just added the photos. So maybe these other people can help you. Sorry, they aren't in my trees and I can't give you any other information. LMM
Added by LMM on Nov 14, 2015 2:13 PM
RE: Wilhelmine Doering
Can You give me more information? What was the husband's name? Is Doering her maiden or married name? I can't find her in any of my trees otherwise.
Added by LMM on Nov 13, 2015 9:38 AM
RE: Wilhelmine Doering
Sorry Linda, I only go to St. Peter's in Town of Hamburg. I have never gone to McMillan.
Added by LMM on Nov 07, 2015 7:40 PM
Rose Mohnsam
RE: Ferdinand Hopp(e)
There must have been a stone at one time, as his name was in an old transcript on the Calumet page.
Added by Rose Mohnsam on Oct 03, 2015 7:16 AM
Don Stowell
Nice job.
Added by Don Stowell on Oct 03, 2015 6:24 AM
Don Stowell
RE: Harry Deering
I'm going through the Arizona Death Certificates for my home, Tucson. The deceased can be sorted by date of death, and I'm currently doing 1927. (I started in 1943 for some reason) Over a 1,000 die every year. I'm making sure that those who died are in a cemetery or I place them when I can. Many of those who died were from out of state because of the reputation Arizona had for people suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis and other breathing difficulties, My Mom and I moved to Arizona in 1945 because we both had asthma. Tucson also has a Veteran's Hospital where many of those gassed in the trenches in WWI came for treatment. That often morfed into TB. There was no cure in those days for TB. If you got it, you had about five years max.
Added by Don Stowell on Sep 25, 2015 4:57 PM
Ken Richter
Martin Wilke
Hi Linda,

Would you please connect with me through email so we might be able to more privately discuss the Wilke family in Manitowoc and Sheboygan counties. I am interested in how Martin Wilke was related to the Wilkes of Wilkes lake and a friend of mine, Bob Domagolski, is writing a history of Eaton Township, Manitowoc County would have questions as well. I feel we could contribute some land records and photos you would find interesting and enjoyable.
Added by Ken Richter on Sep 24, 2015 7:25 PM
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