|Cindy Neureuther (#47494789)|
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FaG gives us an opportunity to highlight our blessings through the lives of our loved ones. Each life is a gift to be celebrated, no matter if it lasts one day or 100+ years. And each life is complete and necessary in ways we can only begin to imagine.
Me? I enjoy researching old photos I collect and linking them to their FaG memorials, preserving them for future generations.
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|Neal Gardner||Joseph Crago|
Received your message re: duplicate for Joseph Crago. A slight problem; the original states that Dr. Crago is interred in Oaklawn Mausoleum. Some years ago, anyone interred in the Mausoleum was reburied elsewhere in Oaklawn. The pictures of his marker appear to be in Section A of the cemetery as stated from the burial/reburial record I used kept by the sexton of Oaklawn. I'll work on this, and eventually delete my page. Thanks for the heads up. Neal
|Juanice Hess||RE: Henry Holtorf|
Thank you for the picture!! It's nice to have the back of the photo also! I did change the name...thank you!! I never had the pleasure of knowing him. My sister lived near the cemetery, and we decided to document it..
|Kate||Picture St. Leger Neal|
I noticed that you posted a picture of St. Leger Neal. I don't think it is the same St. Leger. The bottom picture (man seated) is St. Leger, father of William F. Neal, Adam (sons standing behind him).
The eyes in the picture you posted don't look like the same man.
Maybe your picture is St. Leger Jr?
Added by Kate on Feb 29, 2016 12:29 AM
|Michael Anthony||Find A Grave Memorial# 34884512|
Awesome photo of James Elliott and Annette Raiford Trott! These folks were my mothers grandparents, Nannie Mae was her aunt. My moms mom (Nannie Maes sister) was Evelyn Raiford Brasher (Trott).
|Janice Hollandsworth||RE: James and Nancy Boner|
I am sending information to your e-mail address. Look for it as I am not an approved sender.
Hello - I found an obituary for Ingeborg K Rothe. I created a memorial on Find A Grave - 145929389.
I found her children mentioned in the obituary. I don't know where two of them are buried.
Knute Rothe, Stoughton - 20849001
Lars Rothe, Madison - DOD: Friday (Apr. 5, 1963) at
Mrs. Martha Vethe, Cambridge - DOD: Thursday (Feb. 2, 1963) at Deerfield, WI nursing home. Her husband's name is Nels Vethe. He died between 1920 and 1930.
Mrs. Hagerup Jorgenson - 63248959
I hope this is helpful. LZ
Added by LZ on May 02, 2015 5:06 PM
Julia passed away on August 30, 1939 not 1930.
Note: On June 5th, 1932, Roselawn Memorial Park was dedicated at 401 Femrite Drive in Monona, WI. On this day, there were plans and promises made to develop roadways, plant trees, and assemble structures. By 1938, these dreams were achieved with rapid fulfillment.
In his first wife's, Julia, obituary. It had a daughter listed, Mrs. Vinson Krapfel, Madison.
I found an obituary for a second wife, Clara Amble Rothe (Find A Grave Memorial# 55269233). He married her in 1940. She passed away on April 13, 1962 in the Stoughton hospital.
Let me know if you have any questions. LZ
Added by LZ on Apr 11, 2015 12:07 AM
|Linda Harwell||Samuel Penry|
Find A Grave Memorial# 11168549
Please place this obit for Sam Penry on your memorial of Samuel Penry, buried Dry Creek Cem., Kaufman County, Texas
Dallas Morning News, November 11, 1899
Terrell, June 14th - Sam Penry, 85 years old, died at his home and buried today in Camp Ground Cemetery.
Terrell Daily Transcript states he was 88 years old
|Yankee Magnolia||Ellen McCarthy|
Thank you for all the edits on the McCarthy family and for the information about Ellen's birth location. I have added that to her bio. Saint Augustine Cemetery is a lovely small rural cemetery and the church is still an active church. I believe the area looks very much as it did during the McCarthy's lifetimes.
|Suz Lew||D. A. Woolbright|
I accepted Mattie to Martha J. with Mattie as her nickname, but I ignored Doctor because I found his as "Dock" on the 1900 census but in 1880 he was just Alexander. Those two census records has him working in a distillery and the coal mines, so I know he wasn't a physician. I ended up putting "Dock" in his nickname and left the "D" by itself.
Added by Suz Lew on Jan 18, 2015 4:47 PM
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