I've been researching for almost 30 years. Many of my memorials are either related to myself or to my husband.
While conducting research at Saint Michael's Catholic Cemetery in Hewitt and Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery in the Township of McMillan, I decided to photograph most of the two cemeteries. I will be adding obituaries for those cemeteries as my time permits. I enjoy honoring a person's life and connecting family members together.
A special thank you to Marlin from Sheboygan for helping me with so much research in Sheboygan County; to my cousin, Diane, who helped with our Wilke research and taught me how to gently clean stones; and to my German friend, Ike, who has helped me with research in her country.
Brandl's Linda It appears to me you do a great deal of work with preserving the memory of our ancestors. Thank you for that. From what I can see you must research the Siebarth line. My Grand mother was a Augusta Siebarth. I have a fair amount on the Siebarths and Hahn Families. If you would like we could Exchange some information. Peter Brandl email@example.com
RE: Thomas Curtin Hi: Actually he was born in Marshfield, Marathon County. Marshfield intersects Wood County & Marathon County with bigger portion in Wood County. Find-a-Grave does not show Marshfield in both counties. It's OK to leave it as is, close enough. Thank you Robert
Wilhelmine Doering Hi Linda, I think I figured out how you think I know something about this Wilhelmine. I posted the photos of the parents. The husband G. Koehler and his three wives from St. Peter's in Hamburg. I then saw the article put in by 46829006 on G. Koehler's memorial. I joined the spouses by contacting Infoseeker #47847713 and the two sons that were local on Salem Cemetery. I can't remember if I contacted you about Wilhelmine. But I know that I did not start these memorials, I just added the photos. So maybe these other people can help you. Sorry, they aren't in my trees and I can't give you any other information. LMM