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I am a retired elementary teacher and I enjoy meeting people, volunteering at our local hospital and genealogy. |
I visit cemeteries often and I help my father with his work at our family, now public cemetery..Maple Grove Cemetery in Marathon County, WI. Most of our family is buried there. We have information on all of the deceased buried there.
I enjoy helping others with their family trees since I was given a great amount of information from people to assist me in my tree.
We visit certain cemeteries frequently, so I would be able to assist people with photos of the headstones.
You may use my photos, BUT PLEASE GIVE ME CREDIT FOR TAKING THE PHOTOS, when you do use them or post them, a simple statement like, "Thanks LMM for taking the photo" will at least be an acknowledgement.
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|CTB||RE: Anna Bertha Goetsch|
I like to help others out, because I know the feeling of being able to see a picture of a stone, states away! I consider it giving back to the Find A Grave Community. Thanks for the comment!
Added by CTB on Aug 30, 2015 1:06 PM
|Kristina Theis Wondra||Friedrich Johann Martin Hintz|
Thank you for posting his photo from the Berlin Cemetery in Marathon County. I am hoping you can tell me where you found the location of his birth? You have it listed as Schweriner Stadtkreis.
|Lori B||RE: Mathie, Frank|
I also took photos of 7 other Mathies in the same area. They do not have memorials. If you want I can give you the names and dates so you can make memorials for them. I have Frank's wife too. Just let me know what you want to do.
Added by Lori B on Aug 04, 2015 10:19 PM
|Lori B||RE: Mathie, Frank|
Hi - when the guy that created the 2nd memorial for Frank Mathie deleted the memorial it also deleted your request. So it's no longer on there.
Added by Lori B on Aug 04, 2015 10:12 PM
I edited the birth location per your request. I added your notes regarding the location too. The city, Malkocin, was not available as a selection to populate.
|Earl Pagel||Maria Janke|
I tried to change the cemetery but am unable to locate the proper cemetery in Find A Grave, their is only one St. John's listed in Marathon County. Perhaps its not called St. Johns?
|Rebekah McAleese||RE: Berlin Cemetery|
I made mine while doing some work at Marathon Co. Historical Society in Wausau. They have a plot book in the genealogy room. I did not get very far through the book before we moved from the area, my place marker may still be in there. It was a red hard cover book.
|Jim Christen||RE: Angela Utech Goetsch|
Thanks Lynn: It will be nice to have Angela linked to her parents and family. I see that you have the memorial for her sister Hertha Utech Gutknecht. She could be linked as well. I'll add the information on Alma to her memorial.
|History Bug||RE: Genrichs|
The direct email is in my bio: email@example.com. Anyone is free to contact me directly. I may have answered your question via Ancestry earlier today.
|History Bug||Alfred Genrich Correction|
I agree that Lydia Genrich (1894-?) was Alfred's sister, not his child. I have her place in the family pretty well documented in my family tree.
I don't know how the error happened. But, I can not correct. The contributor who manages Lydia's memorial #36425397 has to remove the incorrect parent link. Then link her with her correct parents Daniel Genrich (1865-1950) and Edna (Zahn) Genrich (1871-1920) who are also in St. Johns/Maine cemetery. You need to contact him.
I really appreciate all your efforts and care. We should compare trees sometime. We must overlap somewhere. Happy Holidays!
-Lynn Rusch (aka, History Bug)
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