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My goal is to help others and photograph cemeteries that I visit. Due to Mother Nature and the elements of time, even stone can erode. Why not preserve what we can for others to share in the future? If I am fulfilling a request, I will try to add memorials for all people I find with the same last name or all that are interred in the same general area - this little detail can be a jackpot to someone's family tree.|
Please feel free to contact me if you would like to manage your relative's memorial. I am not related to most and would like to see memorials in the hands of family - please use the edit tab on the top of the memorial. I am human so if you find an error on a memorial, please let me know so I can get it corrected. Most of my work is done later in the evening and my eyes can overlook things.
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I just posted a photo for Joseph Seamens, his wife, and Kenneth Seamens.
Added by Gail on Jun 11, 2015 4:12 PM
Thank you so much, I noticed the duplicate but I left it because of the info. All things take time. The photos are beautiful, thank you again so much.
|Caroline ||RE: Beaucock & Allgeyer Photos|
You are very welcome and yes, go ahead and use the photos. The one of Wendell Beaucock is very hard to see even when you see it in the cemetery. Too bad inside of the lettering wasn't white.
Added by Caroline on Apr 26, 2015 6:47 AM
|Paul Warner||RE: Charles Godwin|
Again, you are very welcome, Lynn. Here is a link where you can search what the Ontario Genealogical Society has in their library: http://vitacollections.ca/ogscollections/search
I sent you another link in an email where you can search all Canadian divorces from 1841 to 1968. There weren't very many because divorce required an act of parliament.
|Frank Germanson||RE: Arlington photos|
|happyirma||RE: Stephen James Dunning Green|
Hi, I got the info at Vernon Co. reg of deeds office. I found the death certificate for Stephen James Dunning Green. I do not have a copy of the certificate as they cost $20.00 and I am not that closely related.
These are my notes after looking at the record.
Stephen James Dunninig Green died Feb 20 1912 at Viroqua.
Death record in Vol 7 Pg 474
Vernon Co Reg of Deeds
Dr Charles H Trowbridge
3 years at address
Exhaustion of Senile Dementia
Died at 3:00 AM
Undertaker was Edw Vig.
His daughter Flora also died in Vernon Co and I have seen her death certificate also.
These are my notes from her death certificate.
Died at Vernon Memorial Hospital. Had lived at Mukwanago, Waukesha Co Wi
Never married. aged 82 years 6 mo 28 days.
Died of Arteriosclerosis, Gangrene in both legs. Burial at North Prarie Cemetery.
John Ferries Funeral Director.
I hope this will answer any questions.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Boyer|
I am working the northwest section right now - I don't have the map nearby so can't name the section - north gate, straight back and to the left. I have also done about 100 feet (all rows) on the left right inside the north gate - south of the metal building when you first come in. Everything else is free game!
Bonnie Carroll has been also taking some photos in there recently - all the help is greatly appreciated. I am still making original entries from the burial records - am working on the "S's" right now - about 30 pages of entries left and then everyone will have an entry. Feel free to make new entries on those who have names beyond the S's (T,U,V,W,X,Y,Z) - just that much less work for me! If I find more complete dates rather than just year dates, I can always send edits.
Thanks for your offer of taking photos in this cemetery. It has been neglected for too long and there are a lot of people buried there but without their entries on Find A Grave, their families cannot find them.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Boyer|
This information IS at the Whitewater Public Library. You have to ask them for the Burial information for Hillside Cemetery. There are maps in the front of the ring binder so that you can figure out which section the photo requests might be in.
I would love for you to take as many photos as you can of Hillside. It is huge and I have started photographing section by section but it is a daunting task. Once I get everyone entered that is buried in that cemetery, it is my intent to get back out there to take photos. It is just easier to add photos to an existing memorial than start from scratch, make the entry and then enter the photo thus my continued entering until I finish all the entries. I am currently in the "R's" so not much further to go.
Take lots of extra photos as you honor the photo requests for this cemetery and plop them onto as many of my memorials as possible!
|Gary Perkins||RE: Lancour Dobson|
Lancour is a family name that I've researched. My grandmother was Melvina Lillian Lancour, born in Perkins, Michigan.
|Joni Spellman Krause||RE: Schamens|
Dear Lynnie, Ralph Schamens' mother, Cora Belle (Flood) Schamens is my 2nd cousin 2x removed. I am related through the Flood side. Are you related, too? Thanks, Joni
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