|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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|Catie McLaughlin||Thank You|
Thank you very much for the transfer! I appreciate it.
|Rebecca Wright||RE: Earl Shepard|
Thanks for responding, I sort of thought that might be the case....that it's nearly impossible to get a shot without the shadows...just thought I'd at least ask! One of the cemeteries I take photos at has tons of big trees, so I know what you're up against. Is the shadow so high that if you stood on the opposite side to block the shadows it still wouldn't work. I've done that before and although the photo is upside down, I just rotate it before I upload it to the memorial. Please don't remove the photo, sometimes it's all we can do. I do appreciate your time and effort!
|MFC||Anna Wilber Bromley|
I am not certain that I thanked you for the transfer of this memorial. What a delight and surprise to find it on F.A.G.! I knew that my GGGF & GM had lost a daughter at a young age through a family history book written in 1911. I never thought I would be able to locate her grave site. It just adds one more piece to the family history that helps paint a more complete picture of what life was like back then. THANK YOU!
Added by MFC on Sep 05, 2014 12:36 PM
|Kathy||RE: Daniel Shader|
I think I have sent you all of the edits for the Shader family. If you accept them, I'll check them out to be sure I didn't miss anything.
Added by Kathy on Aug 28, 2014 3:57 PM
|Kathy||RE: Daniel Shader|
Thanks, Eagle Eye! I hadn't noticed that there was a difference in the date of death. He died in IL, so maybe he was originally buried up there and, as Scotti noted, the date she found was a date of burial or perhaps re-burial. In any case, 1881 is the year given in the IL death records.
And thanks for the transfer. I'll get working on getting everything added.
And, once again, thank you for your photos, which allowed me to fill in so many blanks in the record of this particular family. I really appreciate it.
Added by Kathy on Aug 28, 2014 3:25 PM
|Jim Ottmer||Camp headstones|
Thank you for taking a photo of James H Camp's headstone and you were kind enough to take all the rest of the family and post them. Again thank you for taking the time to help.
|Allan Dombroski||RE: Ephraim Hutchinson|
I noticed the year discrepancy. Anything is possible with these old cemeteries. I walked the whole cemetery but did not find another stone with that name on it. An eagle scout had researched and documented the burials at the Old Baptist Cemetery and put up a sign indicating who was buried where. There was only one Ephraim Hutchinson documented. There were other Hutchinsons there. Of course, records from these cemeteries are usually incomplete and his stone could be gone too. I took a picture of the sign and so I will post it on Ephraim's site. It may help if you are doing a family tree. Did you have two Ephraims in your family?
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.
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