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s schultz (#47675430)
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Bio Photo 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.

We understand that none of us are perfect and we are all volunteers. With that in mind we always try to treat everyone with the utmost respect and hope you will show that to us as well. Together we can do amazing things. Happy Researching!
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Jon Saunders
Janesville Photos
Thanks for all the good work you are doing in Oak Hill and Mount Olivet Cemeteries! Many will appreciate it!
Added by Jon Saunders on Jul 01, 2015 9:42 PM
Barb Walker
Find A Grave Memorial # 148524290
Yes, this is the same person as my memorial # 89900579. Thank you for your concern about duplicate memorials, and for your photo!
Added by Barb Walker on Jul 01, 2015 9:08 PM
J Mo & B Ma
RE: Doheney
Thanks very much and it's so nice that your kind volunteer work on the site helps so many families! Good luck to you, too.
Added by J Mo & B Ma on Jun 29, 2015 3:28 PM
Molly H.
Thank you very much!
Thank you SO much!!
The photos are really nice, and I appreciate your taking the time to do that!
I just assumed that the parents must be listed on the monument, but you might be right that they are not.
I'm not sure if John's brother William (my great great grandfather) and his wife Honora are listed on their family monument, either. They had two children who died young, John and Michael, and I know that those two are listed on the family obelisk.
I hope one day I will make it back to Janesville to see them again. I was there several years ago and took some photos in the cemetery, but I didn't know a fraction of the family history then that I know now!
Thanks very much again!
Added by Molly H. on Jun 23, 2015 2:35 PM
Molly H.
Catherine and John Welch
By first picture, do you mean the second one on Maggie's memorial? The one from further away that shows the whole monument and the row of family stones behind it? It would be great if you would be willing to post that on Maggie's parents' memorials (John's and Catherine's). You didn't by any chance get close ups of their names on the monument, did you?

Anyway, I would appreciate if you would add the monument photos and any close ups, if you got them, of John's and Catherine's names on the memorial.

Only when or if this is convenient for you, of course!

Thank you so much, and I really appreciate your help and your attention to detail and your volunteer work!
Molly H.
Added by Molly H. on Jun 23, 2015 8:29 AM
Molly H.
Catherine Welch
Hi, thanks for letting me know Catherine was spelled with a "C." I appreciate it! I changed it.

Did you notice if John and Catherine Welch had a family monument? I was in Janesville several years ago and I took photos in the cemetery, but for some reason I only got the "Mother" and "Father" gravestones on John and Catherine. They must have had a "Welch" monument, and I don't know if I lost the photo or if I never took one.

Or, was the monument for Maggie the monument for her parents, as well? If so, would you be wiling to add a photo of it to John and Catherine's memorials?

By the way, according to the cemetery record (and according to our family tree, which might be based on the cemetery record) Maggie died January 2, 1882, not the 24th. Does the stone say January 24??? I was trying to look at your photo with a magnifying glass and I couldn't tell. I think it says possibly Jan 2d, maybe an abbreviation for Jan 2nd?

I'll send it to you as an edit and you can see what you think.

Thanks again for your volunteer work!
Molly H.
Added by Molly H. on Jun 22, 2015 4:29 PM
The Caretaker
RE: Maki
Be my guest, you may use any of my pictures. If there are any others you may need, let me know and Ill be glad to look.
Added by The Caretaker on Jun 20, 2015 11:45 AM
Allyn Spear
Gustav Polzin
I know this is a long shot, but I saw that you took over management of the memorial for Gustav Polzin (Oconomowoc, WI). I was wondering if you are in any way related to him? I am a descendant of his brother and I have been trying to find Gustav's living descendants. Please let me know either way.

Added by Allyn Spear on Jun 18, 2015 1:10 PM
Cassady graves
I added a memorial for the wife (adding your pic to it)linked them, updated names, and dates based on the photos you added on memorials #s 89760049 and 89760042. Thanks for getting in touch with me. If these are relatives of yours I would be happy to transfer to you.
Added by Lola on Jun 12, 2015 12:46 AM
Cassidy graves
I got your suggestions, but am traveling with limited Internet access right now. I'll update when I'm home about the 11th. Thanks for the updates!
Added by Lola on Jun 03, 2015 11:27 AM
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