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Gloria Barnes (#46921412)
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Bio Photo My love of genealogy began as a young teenager. It began with a book my great-grandmother had about her Drinkard family, which was written by her 1st cousin. It was so interesting I decided to learn more about my other ancestors and relatives. The journey has gone on over 40 years and I am still at it.

Along the way, I accumulate many records for my family and also for people not related. I enjoy sharing them at Find A Grave. It is such a great website!

The photo was taken at an Adams Family Reunion in Wisconsin. Ancestors Henry Adams and Margaretha Misslich immigrated to America in 1848 and settled in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Henry was born in 1818 at Enzen, Zuelpich, Rhineland, Germany.

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Cynthia Kenny
You are very welcome Gloria. I wish they would mow the cemetery better, doesn't look like they weed eat around the monuments, I tried to pull the weeds to get better pics, but it was a monumental task as I shot about 100 stones that day.
Added by Cynthia Kenny on Jul 20, 2014 10:06 AM
RE: Edward Gove
Hello Gloria,

I'd be happy to know that the photo was useful to you - please use it. At one time, my Mom had asked for photos from that cemetery as she was doing some family history work; I have nearly all of the stones if you have a need.

Added by Rob on Jun 30, 2014 7:46 PM
Jesse Bailey
Yes you may certainly use the pictures. Sue
Added by Sue on Jun 30, 2014 7:32 AM
RE: Burr
You are very welcome...glad to be of help! However, I was unable to find a headstone for Patrick Burr for some reason. The cemetery records had him in the same place as Mary & Thomas but nothing was there.
Added by Vern-O on Jun 30, 2014 7:22 AM
Laura Irwin
Hi Gloria - You are more than welcome to use the photo of Jonathan Gove in your video!
Added by Laura Irwin on Jun 29, 2014 8:44 PM
Yr picture request
You have my permission to use the tombstone images from the Elijah and Sarah Gove memorials in your video. It's possible I have higher resolution versions which I could find if you need them.
Added by Livelyankee on Jun 29, 2014 11:21 AM
vince white
RE: Jackson Hubbard
The records say he is there, there is just no stone on the plot where they say he is
Added by vince white on Jun 05, 2014 1:05 PM
Edward O. Page
RE: Florence Ella Wright Bickness
Hi Gloria,

I typically shoot my photos in the highest possible resolution my Nikon D90 will allow. You have the dates correct as viewed on the monument. Wondering when you viewed the photo posted if you clicked on the photo, which will allow a closer enlarged image? Just a thought that might be helpful.

Added by Edward O. Page on Jun 05, 2014 4:40 AM
Debbie (Bath) Duenkel
RE: Henry & Sibila Duenkel
Dear Gloria,

They are 2 separate cemeteries.
I went to both cemeteries on maps/satelite view to verify them. I can tell you that you are correct. They are in fact all buried at Wauwatosa Cemetery at 2405 Wauwatosa Ave. I will change the information on the memorial page. Thank you so much for catching my error. According to, here are the locations of their burial sites. I can try to post a map of the cemetery with their graves circled on them...I will see what I can do.

Dunkel, Henry C. F., b. 09/12/1841, d. 5/22/1906, bur. 105-No. Sub, #20
Dunkel, John Henry, b. 06/11/1867, d. 5/24/1917, bur. 105-No. Sub, #752
Dunkel, Sybella, b. 07/20/1845, d. 7/2/1920, bur. 105-No. Sub, #993

Duenkel, Barbara, d. 4/17/1927, bur. 67-NO. SUB, #1453
Duenkel, Charles A., b. 11/16/1843, d. 2/4/1909, bur. 67-No. Sub, #129

Dunkel, Katherine, b. 08/13/1866, d. 2/7/1939, bur. 57-No. Sub, #2115
Dunkel, Louis W., b. 08/27/1867, d. 2/16/1922, bur. 57-No. Sub, #1090
Added by Debbie (Bath) Duenkel on Apr 26, 2014 2:25 AM
Debbie (Bath) Duenkel
RE: Henry & Sibila Duenkel
Hi Gloria!
I edited the cemetery with it's mailing address and phone number. Pinelawn is in Wauwatosa. (This is for Henry CF Duenkel)When I tried to edit the cemetery, Pinelawn came up as being Milwaukee, even though it is actually Wauwatosa. That's why I added the phone number. I was there & I know exactally where they are buried. When you pull into the drive way, Charles & Barbara are on the right side of the road, and if you go up a tad farther, that's where Henry and Sibila are on the left side of the road. It's kind of neat how close they are in the cemetery. :)

If you want me to do anything else to his memorial, just let me know. I don't check my e-mail often, so bear with me. Thanks!

Deb Duenkel
Added by Debbie (Bath) Duenkel on Apr 24, 2014 4:36 PM
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