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. Recently, I have started adding obituaries to memorials. I am not a fan of the typed out version of an obit. I love to see the original format, it makes it more personal to me. That's just my opinion. If I have added an obit to your page and you prefer to type it out just politely let me know and I in return will remove the obit. Thank you!
Rielly memorials Good morning Audrey, I was looking at Rielly memorials this morning. Could you add the headstone picture you have put on Bernard's memorial (97028291)of his parents: John Harold (97028132) and Irene (97028182). I'm not sure why the spelling is Reilly; because it is spelled Rielly on both boy's headstones and the family used the spelling Rielly. Thanks Dianne
RE: Lucretia Fay (# 105303840) Thanks for the follow up. I am back in Wisconsin and can easily go over to the cemetery in Darlington. However as you know there are a very large number of stones in this cemetery. Do you know if there is any sort of map indicating where Lucretia's stone might be?
Taylor family In Union Grove cemetery in Darlington, Emma (Taylor) Bell has an obit listing two sisters. On the cemetery listing it has Taylor mother and father but no names. Do you know the connection?