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Janet Marie (#48008518)
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Bio Photo I'm a retired teacher from Wisconsin who became interested in genealogy in the fall of 2012. I'm looking forward to learning more about ways to find out information about my ancestors and my husband's ancestors.

I am more than happy to make additions and/or corrections to memorials. Please use the edit key rather than leaving a public message. If you are a relative and would like to have a memorial transferred to you, please submit that request through the edit key as well. If I am not a relative, I will be happy to transfer the memorial to you.

When I take photos at cemeteries, I like to take a wide shot if possible to include other family members. I usually create a caption for the photo saying who is in the photo. To see the caption, just double click on the photo. I also use the abbreviation OSSW (on same stone with) frequently when two or more people share the same stone.

I am granting permission to use any photos that I have taken for any non-commercial use. It would be appreciated if you would acknowledge that the photo came from me. Please feel free to use them on family trees and other websites.

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Please check out the virtual cemeteries that I have been working on. If you have any information that you would like to share with me, please use the edit key or send me a public message through Find A Grave.

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I enjoy photographing entire cemeteries, creating new memorials, and adding photos to existing memorials. I try to do a quick search to see if I can document family relationships. Before I go on to the next cemetery, I try to make sure that duplicate memorials have been removed and all memorials are actually in the correct cemetery (when possible).

Listed below are the cemeteries I have completed so far by county. The first year listed is the year I photographed the entire cemetery. The second year, if listed, is the year I last walked through the entire cemetery again looking for updates.

GREEN LAKE COUNTY, WI
Princeton City Cemetery – Princeton 2014
Saint Johns Cemetery, aka Memory Hill – Princeton 2013/2014
Saint John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery – Princeton 2014

MARQUETTE COUNTY, WI
1st Cemetery - Springfield 2014
Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery - Mecan 2014
Germania Lutheran - Germania 2014
Germania Methodist - Germania 2014
Immanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery - Springfield 2014
Neshkoro Village Cemetery – Neshkoro 2013/2014
Saint John Lutheran Cemetery – Budsin 2013
Saint James Catholic Cemetery – Neshkoro 2013/ 2014
Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery - Crystal Lake 2014
Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery - 2014
Trinity Lutheran, Little Mecan - 2014
Zion Ev. Lutheran Church – Neshkoro 2013/2014
Zion United Methodist Church – Neshkoro 2013/2014

PORTAGE COUNTY WI
Greenvale Cemetery – 2013/2014

WAUSHARA COUNTY WI
Calvary Cemetery – Wautoma 2013/2014
Dakota Cemetery – Wautoma 2013/2014
Foster Road Cemetery – Redgranite 2013/2014
Hancock Cemetery - Hancock 2014
Hillside - Coloma, 2014
Hope Lutheran – Wautoma 2013/2014
Marion Cemetery – Wautoma 2013/2014
Mount Morris Holden Lutheran – Mount Morris 2013
Mount Pleasant Cemetery – Wild Rose 2013
Nichols Family Cemetery - Wautoma 2014
North Dakota Cemetery – Wautoma 2013/2014
Maple Grove – 2013/2014
Oasis Cemetery – Oasis 2013
Pine Grove - Auroraville work in progress
Richford - 2014
Pleasant Hill - Coloma 2014
Prince of Peace Lutheran - Coloma, 2014
Saint Marks Catholic Cemetery – Redgranite, 2013/2014
Sacramento - Berlin 2014
Shead Island - Auroraville work in progress
Wautoma Union Cemetery - Wautoma 2013/2014
Webb Cemetery – 2013
Welsh Cemetery - 2014
West Holden Lutheran – Wautoma 2013
White Cemetery - Coloma 2014
Woodville Cemetery – 2014

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Note: 99.9% of all Find A Grave contributors are wonderful people. However, there are a few people who operate outside of the Find A Grave guidelines. There are some people who create memorials for relatives and list them as "burial unknown". They wait for photo volunteers like me to find their relatives and create memorials for them in a given cemetery. Then after the relative is found, the person sends a request to remove the "duplicate" record. This has happened to me on more than one occasion! Please don't do this to Find A Grave contributors who work hard walking local cemeteries and taking countless photos.

If I happen to find one of your relatives you have been looking for, please send me a thank you through the edit key, remove your memorial, and request a transfer. I will be more than happy to honor your request. I might even be willing to move my photos over to your memorial and delete mine under certain circumstances.
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Laura (Young) Hunter
Marsh family
47971100 this is my member number, I am so very sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Please forgive me. I believe I wanted to manage Rozilla Marsh and her family so if you wouldn't mind that would be great. I can connect her mother to her mother and father. Again thanks so much.
Added by Laura (Young) Hunter on Jan 30, 2015 1:24 AM
Debbie Z*~
Messersmith # 90485586
Hi Janet,

You posted a headstone photo to memorial # 90485586. The memorial does not list a given name or a birthdate. The birthdate is shown on your photo but I can't enlarge it enough to read. I was wondering if you could. I believe this memorial is for Christopher Messersmith who was born in 1809. He was the son of Andrew Messersmith, memorial # 89368506. The headstone photos on both memorials seem to be in the same location, perhaps side by side. Do you know?

Best regards,
Debbie Z
Added by Debbie Z*~ on Jan 29, 2015 7:14 AM
Paul (Romans 12:16 )
RE: August Schultz
Thanks, Janet! If you could remove your picture of the headstone? I had already took one & don't really need two, you know? It's a nice picture, don't get me wrong! :-)
Added by Paul (Romans 12:16 ) on Jan 28, 2015 3:55 PM
Paul (Romans 12:16 )
August Schultz
Hi again. Sorry to bug you but you got to my Great Uncle August Schultz in Neshkoro's space faster I than I did. Not trying to be mean or anything, but could you maybe transfer this Memorial page to me so I can take care of it?

Thanks!
Paul
Added by Paul (Romans 12:16 ) on Jan 28, 2015 11:33 AM
Laura (Young) Hunter
Marsh Family
I was wondering if you are related to the Marsh Family??? If you are or are not please let me know. I do have some information on Alonzo Marsh and no he isn't Albert L Marsh. Albert was married to Rozilla Marsh. Also, Alonzo was in the Civil War and have his papers which isn't much. He was still alive in 1864, married and ended up in Iowa.

Rozilla: Find A Grave Memorial# 112561826
Added by Laura (Young) Hunter on Jan 23, 2015 2:19 PM
Frank Schulz
RE: Anna S. Lindekugel # 141425481
It's quite confusing, since Johann Gottlieb married at least twice, but three times at his age?

So, I guess there is some mix-up in the records. I made a mistake myself: the 1870 census of Watertown, Jefferson Co., has Sophia Lindekugel, 75 yrs, living with her son-in-law's family: Gottlieb Hartwig.

I can also confirm these dates:

Dorothea Sophia Orlowsky, * 13 Aug 1821 in Germany
Johann Gottlieb Lindekugel, * 15 Oct 1820 in Germany
Gottlieb Lindekugel, * ca. 1783, + 27 Mar 1832 in Germany
Anna Sophie Mόller, * ca. 1788 in Germany

That's all I know for certain!

Frank
Added by Frank Schulz on Jan 22, 2015 11:16 AM
Frank Schulz
RE: Anna S. Lindekugel # 141425481
OK, now I got it and it can be corrected at findagrave.com (no transcription error):

Anna S. Lindekugel, Frau von G.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=141425481

is the MOTHER of

Johann Gottlieb Lindekugel
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28679384

Her spouse was Gottlieb Lindekugel, who already died in 1832 back in in Germany. Until her death she lived with her son Johann Gottlieb and his family in Wisconsin.


Thanks,

Frank
Added by Frank Schulz on Jan 22, 2015 9:21 AM
Frank Schulz
RE: Anna S. Lindekugel # 141425481
Actually, you might have found something! A note 'possible transcription error' will do, I guess.

It seems like they mixed up Gottlieb's wife (Dorothea Sophie Orlowsky, born Aug 13, 1821) and his mother (Anna Sophie Mόller, born 1788). So far, I could never find any information about Anna after the census of 1870 - that's a new trace!

Thanks,

Frank
Added by Frank Schulz on Jan 22, 2015 8:02 AM
Susan
RE: Mehetable Stewart
You are welcome. I, too, am a retired educator and I just could not resist looking it up!
Added by Susan on Jan 22, 2015 5:49 AM
Susan
RE: Mehetable Stewart
I looked on the internet concerning this name:

Biblical name used for: WOMAN--daughter of Matred and the wife of king Hadar of Edom (Genesis 36:39 — named Hadad in 1 Chronicles 1:50) and MAN-- father of Delaiah, who is the father of Shemaiah, a false prophet in the days of Nehemiah (Nehemiah 6:10).

Meaning: delighted or God Makes Happy

Spelling Variations: Mehitabel, Mahitable, Mehetabel, Mehitabelle.

PRONOUNCED: mi-HET-ə-bel (English), mee-HET-ə-bel (English)

Nickname: Hetty, Hitty, Mitty, Mabel, Belle & Bella for female –did not find any male nicknames
Added by Susan on Jan 22, 2015 5:47 AM
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