I got the photo of Silas Ware's headstone today at Prairie Home. He was an 1812 vet, but it looks like he was with a NY regiment. Don't know if that helps you at all, but the photo is on his memorial.
Added by KJS on Jan 10, 2012 3:42 PM
Section 1 of Wood, is in Calvary Cemetery which is just north of Wood. No problem. Phillip
Added by Phillip on Jan 10, 2012 10:37 AM
|KJS||RE: Barney Headstone - Prairie Home|
Now that you mention it, I think that Silas Ware (buried in the row behind John Barney) had a veteran's marker. It looks like he would have been the right age for the War of 1812. I'll go over tomorrow and snap a photo of it.
Added by KJS on Jan 09, 2012 8:49 PM
|KJS||Barney Headstone - Prairie Home|
Hi Ellen --
I got your photo of the Barney headstone. Unfortunately, it's a flat stone and is sinking into the ground. Prairie Home won't allow me to unbury the stone or clear it, but if you're a family member and request it, supposedly they will send their maintenance people to clear it (probably in the spring, at this point).
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
Added by KJS on Jan 08, 2012 12:46 PM
Thank you so much for taking my Wirth family pictures!
|LBS||RE: FindAGrave- Thanks|
Glad to provide the photos. No trouble at all. My husband has an uncanny knack for stopping the car in close proximity to the markers we're looking for. :-)
Added by LBS on Oct 17, 2011 9:59 AM
|Samantha Fletcher||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for snapping a picture of my great-grand aunt's grave! I really appreciate it!
|Karinn||RE: Jacob Schmidt|
Thank you so much for the great pictures. It will mean the world to my grandfather to see his great-grandparents headstones. Thanks again!!
Added by Karinn on Aug 29, 2011 7:37 PM
|dalya d||David and Anna Rosenberg|
We wish to thank you for the lovely photos
you have posted for us. we deeply appreciate
the time and effort you have expended for our
all the best
the Rosenberg family
Added by dalya d on Aug 29, 2011 3:16 PM
|cliff reuter||chris reuter photo thankyou|
Ellen, thankyou for your fast responc to my request for infant chris reuter photo. i noticed that there was another chris Reuter also in that cementary Died 1898. can you take a photo of that?
about 1850 three brothers came from Rhinebollen near Cablenz, germany. Two settled in Millwaukee, Chris and Jacob. I have quite a bit on Chris. my sources told me that she thought that Jacob was in allis. he had lots of kids but i don't know any. any other info on Reuters would be appriciated. thanks again Cliff
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