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Retired and loving it. Enjoy old cemeteries and photographing the markers.|
PLEASE be kind to the VOLUNTEERS who have added the names, dates and grave photos so YOU can find your missing kin and friends.
THANK them for their work! Courtesy and kindness accomplish much.
Provide something other than census records as sources WITH edit requests instead of waiting for the denial to arrive.
A denial is not personal rejection of you. Accept it and move on.
I spend many hours researching edit requests at local court houses, libraries, and online. I often find edit requests have errors and therefore decline as allowed by Find a Grave. If this is a problem for requestors, I transfer management to Find a Grave. The majority of edit requests are approved within the 21 day time allowed. No one benefits from memorials with erroneous information. If there are no grave marker photos, likely the name and dates have been added from an index or other source. If you are a family member and asking for a transfer, please state and explain your relationship.
Thank you to all the volunteers who donate their hours, photos, research and help to others seeking their missing family and friends.
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Thanks so much for the transfer of odin and Olga. I appreciate your time and effort in creating the memorials. - Connie
FYI--I added gravestone photos for Henry and Pauline Abraham in the Spooner City Vets cemetery.
|John Ciske||Wingen Pics|
Thanks for adding all the pics of Peter Wingen and family!
|John Ciske||RE: D. Neuman|
According to some info I have on ancestry, her husband, Arthur, died between 1915-1920 while in Russia. I found a Wausau, WI directory from 1933, listing Delia E Neuman (widow of Arthur). I also have her death on 11 April 1941 in Wausau, WI. After her husband died, I believe she came back to the area, and was buried in Elk Mound.
|Jennifer Bauer||Nicklas family in Forest Hill|
Thank you for the beautiful photos!
|Joe||Christian and Mabel Haase|
Thank you for taking pictures of Christian and Mabel Haase's marker.
Added by Joe on May 10, 2015 5:16 PM
|Michael Major||Nettie Boones Giese|
Many thanks for the photos of my Giese kin at Evergreen in Menomonie. Hope they were too hard to find!
|Rhonda Hansch||Edward Marcellus|
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of the stones! I've rearranged the order of the photos so these are on top.
Thanks for all the Southers memorial photos
Added by Barb OD on May 06, 2015 6:12 PM
|Timothy Rawson||Christian Rick and family|
I am related to Christian Rick's wife, Caroline Brummond and to their son-in-law, F. G. Bahr, who married their daughter. I just got Christian Rick's death certificate from Waupaca County. He died at the Wisconsin's Veteran Home on May 15, 1909 in Farmington, Waucapa County, Wisconsin. The death certificate states that Christian Rick was born in Germany on August 27, 1818. At this time I do not know his parents names. But could you put a bio link to his wife, Caroline Brummond, find a grave memorial # 124839352 and to their daughter, Della Rick, Mem # 124839740. Also, Della Rick was born in Wisconsin in 1965.
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