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C Weisenborn (#47152409)
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Bio Photo I have been interested in genealogy for over 30 years. I had a great aunt who did our family research in the 1940's to 1970's. She got me interested and the rest is history. I would be happy to transfer management to family members. I also would be happy to add any information if it can be documented. I will share photos of family ancestors I may have, just email me so we can get acquainted. Happy hunting.
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Linda Claxton
RE: Caroline Stosser
You're very welcome.

Added by Linda Claxton on Feb 09, 2016 11:12 PM
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Bartel Requests
Hello there,
I was able to fulfill your Findagrave photo requests for the Bartel/ll individauls. I also added photos to Paulina's page as well.
Have a nice day!
Added by Cemetery Scavenger :) on Oct 21, 2015 6:26 PM
RE: Della Leisten
If you create the memorial I will post the photo. Thanks
Added by Samantha on Oct 04, 2015 3:02 PM
I also have a photo for a Della Leisten 1895-1955.
Please let me know if interested as i did not find a memorial for Della.
Added by Samantha on Oct 04, 2015 12:27 PM
Karyl Hubbard
RE: Roseberry
Sorry I couldn't find a marker. There were several unmarked plots next to Ruby, my guess would be that the other two Roseberrys were buried there, but the sexton wasn't around to ask.
Added by Karyl Hubbard on Sep 29, 2015 3:08 PM
RE: Meilicke (Winona)
No problem at all. I will see if I can find it again and take a new picture, along with deciphering what is on the stone for names and dates. Perhaps the Historical Society missed some information when they took the inventory for "Resting Places of Winona County."
Added by khops on Aug 27, 2015 10:07 AM
Meilicke (Winona)
You added a record for Charles Meilicke (Memorial #143591660) on 3/10/2015, submitted a photo request the same day, then uploaded a photo of the headstone on 3/15/2015. The photo request is still there - is there something specific you are looking for?

I see you also have a photo request for Lina Meilicke (Memorial #143591778). She is not listed in "Resting Places of Winona County" which means when the Historical Society inventory of gravestones in the county was taken there was not one listed for Lina Meilicke.
Added by khops on Aug 21, 2015 12:05 PM
RE: Leland, Bitterman
The reason I couldn't find the plot before was because the plots in that section of Arbutus aren't labeled on the cemetery map. It almost looks like water marks around the inscription but it's not. Not sure what it is. There's a little moss in the inscription though. Maybe there was more moss before and the cemetery worker cleaned it off. Good luck sorting out the relationship.
Added by Karen on Jul 16, 2015 8:56 PM
RE: Passmores & Fannie Leland
Hi Carol,
No luck with Esther Passmore's stone…..again, empty spaces where she's probably buried, but no stone. There is no 331 ARBTS plot……the numbers don't go that low in that section. I did find plot 331 on the map in the Nettle section (which is very close to 620 Beech where Justin Passmore is buried) but didn't see a headstone for her. But with a 1941 death date, it seems like there should be a stone. I'll have to check the area again to see if I was even in the right spot. That cemetery still confuses me a little….even with cemetery and plot maps.
Added by Karen on Jul 14, 2015 9:37 PM
RE: Passmores
Hi Carol… husband and I stopped Sunday to check for buried stones near Justin, Grace, and Hannah and we came up empty. The only thing we found were a couple small pieces of buried stone that might have been part of a base. Nothing else was there. It's a very well kept cemetery and I've yet to see any broken stones lying around or bases with no marker. My guess is if a stone breaks and they can't repair it, they remove it completely. I'll be going back this week and will look for your other two ancestors.
Added by Karen on Jul 13, 2015 2:39 PM
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