|Linda Hahn-Weidman (#47723414)|
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I've been researching for almost 30 years. Many of my memorials are either related to myself or to my husband. While conducting research at Saint Michael's Catholic Cemetery in Hewitt and Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery in the Township of McMillan, I decided to photograph most of the two cemeteries. I will be adding obituaries for those cemeteries as my time permits. I enjoy honoring a person's life and connecting family members together. A special thank you to Marlin from Sheboygan for helping me with so much research in Sheboygan County; to my cousin, Diane, who helped with our Wilke family research and taught me how to gently clean stones; and to my German friend, Ike, who helped with research in her country.|
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|Mary D||Raymond Paulson|
I got distracted, but finally uploaded a photo of Raymond's stone to your memorial and deleted mine. Have a good evening.
Added by Mary D on May 13, 2017 10:25 PM
|Mary D||RE: Raymond Paulson|
I am not related to Raymond and understand perfectly. I will delete mine and add a photo of his gravestone to yours. I'm glad that we were able to get him in the correct cemetery.
I hope that you have a good day.
Added by Mary D on May 11, 2017 11:17 AM
|Warren Rheinschmidt||Hartwig Ancestor?|
Thanks for adding the obituaries for Christian Tews and his wife Wilhelmine Hartwig Tews. If you are researching the Hartwigs, I did locate this in Dodge County Wisconsin which is where the family came from. Wilhelmine's father Karl Friedrich Hartwig and mother Friedericken Luebke Hartwig are both buried at St Johns Lutheran Cemetery, Horicon, Dodge Co WI. I suspect that Louisa Hartwig may be Karl's mother
Louisa Hartwig Birth: Mar. 4, 1796, Death: July. 22, 1879, ("Wife of Martin"). Also three photos of the marker.
Find A Grave Memorial# 58491246, Created by: Steve Seim.
I just wanted to pass this along to you or anyone else working on the Hartwig's. Thanks again for all of your excellent work !
Hi Linda. Violet Clevers married Henry Dassow.Would you happen to know the name of the band they sang in? Would you have a picture of Peter Clevers and Ida Wilke's wedding? They were my great=grand parents. Thank you. Bruce
Added by bruce b on Dec 19, 2016 9:56 AM
|Warren Rheinschmidt||Christian Tews Obituaries|
Linda, I do have the Marshfield News obituaries for both Wilhelmine and Christian Tews. Is there a way that I can get them added to their listing? I have just discovered your work this morning. Outstanding ! Warren Rheinschmidt
Birth: Nov. 27, 1842, Germany
Death: Nov. 11, 1929
Wilhelmine Hartwig Tews (1845 - 1914)
Gustav J. W. Tews (1872 - 1945)*
Ernestine Caroline Johanna Tews Niebuhr (1881 - 1964)*
Anna Fredericka Augusta Tews Schmidt (1885 - 1979)*
Saint Peters Lutheran Cemetery
Created by: Linda Hahn-Weidman
Record added: Apr 25, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 109288376
|FamilyHunter||Transfer request, please|
I would kindly like to request a transfer of Anna Hamus (#103837522) to me (#48753972). Anna is my great-great grandmother. She is buried next to her second husband Nickolaus. Her first husband is my great-great grandfather. I have quite a bit of information to make a bio for her in regards to her children from her first marriage and her children from her second marriage. Thank you in advance!
|GenealogyNora||RE: Kathy Baecker|
yes I would appreciate names of children (I have most of them from St. Anthony records ad if you have who they married
do you know who Katherine Baecker Eberhardy's parents were? I have baptism records for a few of her children. It looks like I created the memorial so I don't know why this was not transferred. Make another request and I will transfer.
|GenealogyNora||RE: Eberhardy Family|
I am going through the St. Anthony Fussville church records and trying to connect all the Eberhardi's I am up to 1857 right now - wondered how you are related and if these are your relatives.
|Rose Mohnsam||wilke family|
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