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It is the love of family history makes us smile. Each new find, each new puzzle piece brings the story into closer focus. We enjoy roaming old cemeteries and taking pictures that we hope will help others tell their family story.|
Any and all pictures we take can be used without any further contact, we took them for your use. Thank you for allowing us to help and enjoy your search.
In an effort to eliminate "dead Memorials", I give Find a Grave staff full permission to transfer any of the Memorials I maintain to whomever wants to maintain them upon my death.
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I just realized this is the wrong Fred Hintz family. The one I'm following is from Madison, WI.
Fred and Minnie Hintz.
The relationship question still stands though as I'm not sure of all the Hintz connections. My August FW Hintz and his brother, Fred Hintz, were born in Germany. I have a newspaper clipping from the time of August's death in 1915 that confirms the relationship and at the time Fred, his son Fred Jr and daughter Lena were all living in Madison.
I'd love to hear from you if there is connection.
Added by KM2 on Jan 25, 2015 12:53 PM
I was wondering if you have a family connection to the Hintz family who are buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, WI.
I believe that Fred Hintz is my husband's great granduncle.
Added by KM2 on Jan 25, 2015 12:06 PM
|Nancy Ellen Johansen||RE: Rosa Bell Daves|
Yes Rosa Lee Bell was my grandmother. I can't find her mother any where. I was told her mother was full blooded Cherokee indian. Yes I would like you to transfer my grandfather's grave. My grandmother has her year of death several different years. My Mother told me she was 10 or 11 when her mother died, so that would be around 1921. My Mother was born 1910.
How do I join and contribute graves in my area?
|Nancy Ellen Johansen||Ben Loving Daves|
I see that you may be related to him. I would love to hear from you. Ben Loving Daves is my grandfather. His daughter Winnie Lee Daves is my mother. My brother found Rosa Lee Bells tomb stone in New Mexico, but he died before he gave me any info.
|Marilyn Greene||Headstone Photo|
That is a great picture you took of my great-grandfather's grave stone #8992912 - August C Radke. Thank you so much!
|Grove St Cemetery Volunteers||RE: Transfers|
Glenn will xfer them back when finished looking for pictures. Ancestry will not be getting anything that is not above ground.
The error rate from my list is at about 35% or more. C-Walker may have started his illness at this time. It looks like he took the information from headstones, which is what Find A Grave is all about. Glenn and I are getting together Monday so I can help him get started.
|M. Littlejohn||RE: 8926779 Careoline|
That would be fine. If you need any others from there I can get them for ya. I don't mind doing re-takes to try and get better photos. If I can help just lemme know. Have a fun day.
|Robert Kuhmann||ROBINSON family: Oconomowoc|
Thanks for attending to the additions and links with such promptness - much appreciated. Am not at all related to those folks... Have been working on Waukesha Co. "historical" topics. I happened-upon the BIO for G.E. Robinson, all those dates, places, and clear-cut definitions of their relationships. Some of my historical (and genealogy) "works" are here [link]:
My most-recent contribution is a piece on "Sewall Andrews", a founder of Mukwonago, WI. (and a 4th-Great-Grand-Uncle to my son, James b.1998).
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 11 years, 10 months, 23 days.
|Beth Perry-Wattleworth||RE: Your Grandmother|
thank you! that is so sweet!
|Glenn Clark||RE: manage a few memorials|
thank you for your prompt response
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