|Audrey Quinn Porter (#47005894)|
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Born and raised in Darlington Wisconsin. My fathers family has resided in Lafayette County since the 1850's. My mothers side of the family immigrated from Switzerland in the 1920's. My dad's family is Irish, Scottish and English. My revolutionary ggggrandfathers who immigrated from Wales and England ended up in Clearfield & Centre county Pennsylvania. Their descendants moved to Iowa and Wisconsin. I love the mystery of searching for my ancestors. Feel free to copy any of the pictures I take. I take them to help others who are researching their ancestry. If I have added someone that is not my direct ancestor I am always willing to transfer.|
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|Judy Zunker||RE: Judith Hollenstein|
I guess I must have contacted you about something, but can't remember doing so.
My name is Judith Ann (Hollenstein) Zunker.
As you can see, I am still alive. Born in 1941.
I don't know where Union Cemetery is, I was surprised to see Judith Ann and a George born in 1932. Have no idea who these two might be since my Grandfather, George, his brother's John the Wagonmaker in Mayville, and John the Baker in Hartford are the only 3 brothers that came here from Switzerland. Neither John's (Johann in Swiss) have any Hollenstein decendents. My brother is George Wayne, but he was born in 1948 and is still alive, so who are these two?
|Mary Dearth||Find A Grave Memorial# 54642198|
Thank you for the lovely photo of the headstone of my great-grandfather, Peter Mite, at St. Michael's in Yellowstone. I just thought I would mention that you have erroneous data on his daughter, Nellie, b. 1895. She did not die before the 1905 census. In fact, she married Charles Joseph Dearth at St. Patrick's in Hollandale, had 7 children (one of whom was my father, Sherman) and passed to her eternal reward in 1985 at St. Claire's in Monroe. After a funeral at St. Victor's in Monroe, she was interred at Blanchardville in Graceland Cemetery next to her husband.
With kind regards, Mary Dearth
|Susie ||Maggie Crow|
Thank you, Audrey, for transferring Maggie to me. Susie
Added by Susie on Aug 12, 2014 8:58 AM
|Rebeltem||RE: Crippen's at Union Grove|
Thank you again for the transfers. Have already linked Emmett to his parents and Alice to her parents. With the new "thing" at Find A Grave, now you can see the siblings listed on the memorials. I guess this occurs when you link to the parents. It's great for a research tool, and saves tons of time in searching.
Added by Rebeltem on Jul 28, 2014 10:57 AM
Thank you so kindly for the transfers of the Crippen family in Wisconsin, I really appreciate it.
Added by Rebeltem on Jul 27, 2014 11:05 PM
|Judy Zunker||Judith Hollenstein|
My name is Judith A. (Hollenstein) Zunker.
It is quite discerning to see my name in a grave in Darlington.
Our branch of the Hollenstein family - my Uncles John Baptiste, and John Joseph, and my grandpa George Anton Hollenstein came over in the 1860's from Mulrutti, Switzerland.
John Baptiste was a baker who settled in Hartford, WI. married twice and had 3 children
John Joseph was a wagonmaker and settled in Mayville, where there is a museum of his wagons. He had 8 children
(John Hollenstein Museum & wagon factory)
George was a farmer and settle in Richfield and had 15 children - 12 grew to adulthood.
I am wondering if we may be related. Your Judith was born in 1937, I was born in 1941.
Hoping you will respond. Thanks.
|Rebeltem||Crippen Family of Wisconsin|
You are too kind. Thank you for all the links; now you can navigate that entire family from any of the memorials.
Thank you ever so much.
Added by Rebeltem on Jul 27, 2014 1:55 PM
|Johnnie Zollinger||Thanks Again!!|
Thanks for the Thompson transfers!!
|L Evans||edit request|
sent an edit request for you the approve. Check into the edit tab on your profile page.
Added by L Evans on Jul 10, 2014 9:30 AM
|Susan Hancock||William Elvidge Died 1895|
How is this gentleman related to you as he was my great great great uncle
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