|Ann Day (#47904470)|
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I am at Bear Realty Paddock Lake if you are interested in listing your house or if you are looking for property in Wisconsin. |
I do this as a volunteer. Currently I am Regent of the Kenosha Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution and also a member of the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War in Delavan, WI.
If you are a relative of someone I have entered I will transfer the name to you. Just let me know. I find that is easier than asking the person who added the info to add/change/delete info or link family members. Just my opinion. I am willing to fix the info if you don't want to transfer the loved one to yourself.
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Thanks for the updated information!
Added by casey on Aug 19, 2014 1:55 PM
|Rick Weaver||RE: Abbott NH|
You're welcome! Although the photo doesn't really give you any scope, it's a nice monument and sizable. I'd say it's around 5 feet tall and around 8 feet wide. Plus, it's in very good shape and looks rather modern considering the age of the family members buried there.
|Robert Kuhmann||129492973 & 129243113|
TNX for the photo-uploads.
|Rick Weaver||Amos Abbot in Woodlawn, Nashua NH|
I'm advising you that for this particular Abbott photo request (Amos Section 12 Lot 30), there is only a relatively large monument that is centered between two Lots. On the Abbott Lot, it appears to be shared with the Allen family, but only "Mrs. John Allen" is listed as being there. On the reverse side of the monument, there is only the name "Champion". This represents Section 12 Lot 32. That lot belongs to Joel Daniel Champion who was the husband of Martha Abbott and there are three currently unnamed children. I have done some additional research on the Champions and will likely do the same for the Abbotts. Do you want me to post a photo of the monument when there is only an inscription for the Surname?
Thank you so very much for the transfer. I will take good care of her.
Added by MFC on Aug 12, 2014 2:35 PM
|James Bianco||Zephaniah Abbott|
What is the edit you sent on Zephaniah Abbott? It makes no sense, as it removes his place of birth and death, which are accurate.
|Betty L. Gonzales||Foster family|
How did you manage to get the photos? They are my grandparents and I know nothing about them, my dad left Chicago and did not see his family and brother Franklin Foster in 40 years and called him in the 1960's and he happened to answer the telephone, Franklin and his wife Hattie came to Denver for a visit, they went home to Chicago and she became Ill and died, Franklin came again to visit that's how I got the photos of Emma and Ferdinand Foster. Do you know anything about the Foster family?
|Kellywtp||George R. Cooley|
Thank you for the photograph of his stone! His extended family is also buried in Rosehill and we visit them often. We can never find my Great Aunt Gladys and her son, even w staff helping us!
relation to George thru Gladys DeBarr
Added by Kellywtp on Aug 02, 2014 8:10 PM
|Jared Calwill||Re: Rosie|
Thank you for getting pictures of the Rosie stones. :)
|Nadeen Sobottka||Raelene Katzung @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Ann, I went to the cemetery today and inquired as to the location of where Raelene would be buried. They have no record of her. Do you perhaps have her located in the wrong cemetery? And would you please delete her photo request? Regards, Nadeen
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