Alfred Ulmer Ariella, Thank you so much for your request. Fullerton is a long drive but well worth it. It took me through Oakes which is my parents home town. As such it's always nice to get back. Along with the photos for Alfred Ulmer you will see that I have also added photos for his wife, Martha. I hope you enjoy all of the pictures and thanks again.
Fred J Wells Have you abandoned your site? A request from August 2014 is still outstanding. If now inactive, please inform the Find A Grave administration so that your memorials will have access to updates and links. George
Active or Inactive Are you still active on Find A Grave? I have sent suggestions to you and they haven't been done. If you aren't wanting to maintain your memorial in the Sutton Cemetery, Sutton, Clay County, Nebraska, you can transfer them to me and I will gladly maintain them. thanks!! ~Peggy # 46873059
RE: Pictures Micahel Lagge & Elizabeth D Mauch Lagge Michale Lagge #39959314 created by Scott Bolliger 27 JUl 2009...Elizabeth (D Mauch) Lagge #39959298 created by Scott Bolliger 27 Jul 2009...Thank you...this would mean a lot to their granddaughter: Doris Helen Lagge Norman. Have a great summer. Cathy Lawson
Nickolaus Klein Please add to his memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41400608 Name is spelled Nickolaus. Born July 23, 1860, Vilsbourg, Alsace lorraine, France to Andrea and Mary Klein. Immigrated to US in 1880. On Oct. 24, 1899, married Maude Sufficool, born 1880 near Verdigre, Nebr. to Erastus and Lucinda (Hathaway) Sufficool. Sons: Dewey, 1900; Andrew 1906; Fred, Raymond ( 1918-1920) and Edwin. Information from the book by Adeline Gnirk, "Saga of Sully Flats".
Annie Oniece Klein I would like to take over my grandmother's memorial. I already have one for her on here, but would like to manage anything regarding my grandparents. She is buried in Herrick, SD Thanks Emily Russo
Alice Sayer, Newark, NJ Hello, I confirmed with the cemetery office that there was no marker for Alice Sayer. I have posted the photo of the family lot where she is buried. I had transposed the number of the lot originally. I rechecked the info in the office, found my mistake, and was very disappointed to find that there was then no marker on the other lot. I confirmed that there was no stone indicated on the records. Rats! Best we can do. Bonnie