|Barb Kopshina (#46948124)|
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Please ask for transfers. Anyone is welcome to use a grave photo that I have taken. I only ask that you reference where you got the photo.|
Names that I am researching: Walker, Wulfert/Wolford, Wolfgang, Kopshina, Estes, Neorr/Noerr, Wingert, Tozer/Tozier, Kelly, Bell, Laird, Lyons, Couch, Reed, Wald, Zufall, Shaffer, Himes, Bates, Graf, and many more.
My family has many unidentified photos that I believe may be from the following families:
Estes, Wingert, Graf, Frantz, Walker
Please contact me if you are researching any families listed above!
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|Barbara Goggin Brann||Kyler|
You're very welcome. I marked the GPS coordinates so that if anyone ever wants to visit the location in the future they will be able to find it quickly. The numbers aren't all in order in that section of the cemetery, and I was having a difficult time determining where the graves should have been. The grounds workers noticed me wandering all around looking lost, and started helping me search for the graves. When none of us were having any luck, one of them went to retrieve the map of the burials in that section. With the grounds map we finally found the spot, only to find that both graves were together, but unmarked.
|Dan Ryan||RE: Haggerty|
Barb, you are welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Dan Ryan on Oct 20, 2014 7:02 AM
|Stanley Tykarski||Photo request|
I tried to fulfill your photo request for Willis Huntington, but did not find his marker. However, I did find a huge marker with the name Huntington on it. Near this marker I found Catherine T. Huntington (his wife?). I posted both pictures to Catherine Huntington's memorial. If you wish, I can post the larger Huntington marker to Willis' memorial. By the way, there was a small US flag near the marker, which would indicate a serviceman's grave. You can see the flag holder in the photo. I had to move the flag out of the way to take the photo because it was covering part of the name.
|Dawn Hardwick||RE: Raisig|
Thank you for your quick response. Any information on Katherine Graf would be greatly appreciated. All I have to contribute would be the line of Charles Raisig (her son), let me know of you would like any of that.
All the best,
|Dawn Hardwick||Rev. Johann Jacob Raisig|
Just coming across this info. Thank you for all the work you are doing! Rev. Raisig was my Great-greatgrandfather. His son Charles was father to Paul J Raisig, Sr., my grandfather. I can't find when he died either, but does disappear from the Census after 1910...when he was 92. Here is what I think might have happened. Just after Katherine Graf Raisig died in 1908, Charles left his large family (with Anna Jones). My grandfather, was a toddler. He moved to Memphis and married again. Since Charles Raisig was the only surviving child at that time of Rev Raisig and Katherine...I am thinking Rev. Raisig moved with him. Anyway, gives us more leads. So, are you related to me? Thanks again, Dawn Raisig Hardwick, Houston
|botheja||John Franklin Cashdollar (# 77229767)|
Thanks for transferring Frank's memorial. I've updated his information and linked him to his parents. Once again, thanks for all your help!
Added by botheja on Oct 09, 2014 5:51 PM
|botheja||Jean R. Ferguson (# 77228887)|
Thanks for transferring Jean's memorial. I've updated her information and linked her with her husband. I really appreciate your help!
Added by botheja on Oct 09, 2014 5:38 PM
|botheja||Elliott Cashdollar (# 77228818)|
Thanks so much for transferring Elliott's memorial. I have updated his information and linked him to his father and his spouse. I really appreciate your help!
Added by botheja on Oct 09, 2014 5:33 PM
You're more than welcome. :)
I'd like to get back and try for a darker image; perhaps a sunnier day will help (been kind of cloudy and rainy).
The stones themselves are light colored (although, in extremely great shape) and are directly under a tree - therefore, the lack of grass. I think the surrounding dirt may contribute to a washed out look.
Hopefully, I can get a better picture before the weather turns.
Added by Zelda on Oct 04, 2014 9:23 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Bates|
Well, I found Jennie. I sent a suggestion to update her name and to add a little note in her bio as to the error on her headstone regarding her death year.
There was no marker for her husband and it didn't appear as if there was an unmarked grave (no depressions in the ground, etc.). She did have a daughter buried with her. I added a memorial/photo for her and linked her to Jennie.
It was a gorgeous day to be outside so it was a pleasure to help!
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