We live 45 miles south of Buffalo, NY, in the tiny rural community of Riceville. I treat my animal clients with homeopathics, herbs, holistic remedies and Reiki. In our spare time, my husband and I love exploring cemeteries. It helps to fulfill our passion for genealogy and helping others. As of Feb. 2016, I continue to struggle with complications following surgery in July 2012. But, I am now back fulfilling photo requests on a very limited basis. As TV's Aunt Martha Corrine Walton said, "Neglected graves are a shameful thing." I am respectful around all graves and clean up the weeds as best I can, sometimes placing flowers, especially for children and veterans. Thanks for your prayers and patience.
Maplewood Cemetery On Nov 14, 2013 you left a message on my FindAGrave bio page, relating to Nettie Warner. I have no Nettie Warner in either side of my family. I do have a Nettie Wiede on my Mother's side, and this Nettie is buried in Maplewood beside her husband. Louis Wiede.
RE: Krugers Good to hear from you. The location of the stones are in an area where cremated ashes are buried. I am not related and will be happy to transfer upon request. I believe every memorial should be with Family or Friends. If you do not want the memorials transferred I will be glad to add any information you send me. Feel free to use the pictures as you wish and thanks for all your work on Find A Grave. Cecil
RE: Fetzer I am still working to confirm the locations of Pvt Michael Fetzer's parents. Since they were the only generation missing, I decided to go ahead and create a non-cemetery burial memorial. I believe they are buried in one of two cemeteries where the rest of the family is buried. I am descended from the Fetzer's also - my great grandmother was Lucy C Fetzer Fister. Once I confirm I will change the location on the memorials. If you could link their son Pvt Michael, that would be great!