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Lynne S (#46971898)
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Bio Photo Despite all their best intentions, the majority of other online sources that I've seen are unfortunately fraught with misinformation on headstone cleaning. I recommend folks visit the Cemetery Preservation section in the discussion forums here. Plenty of good and sound advice there on how - or IF - to clean up a gravesite before photographing; and important info on how (and how not!) to highlight those faded, worn old inscriptions.

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Brenda Anderson
RE: Marianne Jefferson/Kingsbury
I understand. She married three times, actually. But, I am satisfied that the Nathaniel you found was her Kingsbury husband. Thanks for your help.
Added by Brenda Anderson on May 06, 2017 5:23 PM
Brenda Anderson
RE: oops
So, my question about Marianne Jefferson and Nathaniel Kingsbury is, did they divorce and both remarry? I thought he died young. He was, according to the records I have, only 16 when he and Marianne married. Do you have more info on this?
Added by Brenda Anderson on May 03, 2017 5:50 AM
Brenda Anderson
RE: Marianne Jefferson
Hey, that sounds great!! Do you live near Rome?
Added by Brenda Anderson on May 02, 2017 5:06 PM
Brenda Anderson
RE: Marianne Jefferson
Okay, well I appreciate that. If you want to look at my tree on Tribal Pages, contact me at my e-mail. Luvinmkids@gmail.com.

Brenda
Added by Brenda Anderson on May 01, 2017 5:03 PM
Brenda Anderson
RE: Marianne Jefferson
I have studied this Unknown Kingsbury a lot. I don't live far from Rome, but if you have already studied them, we may have to rely on records. His son, Stephen Moulton Kingsbury seems to offer no suggestions either.

Thanks for the reply!
Added by Brenda Anderson on May 01, 2017 4:58 PM
Coxie
John and Johanna Roelke
Thank you for the transfers of their sites...it is much appreciated. Best Regards, "Coxie"
Added by Coxie on Apr 28, 2017 4:24 PM
Brenda Anderson
Marianne Jefferson
Hi,

I saw that you are the 3rd great granddaughter of Marianne Jefferson. One her memorial, it lists an "unknown" Kingsbury. Do you happen to know his name?

Also, I am related through Catharine Jefferson. I wondered if you knew her mother's maiden name? I have "Elsie" married to William Jefferson.
Added by Brenda Anderson on Dec 15, 2016 11:03 AM
Lisa Calabro
Miriam Ringer Moran
Hello Lynne, I am trying to contact with family of Miriam Ringer Moran and Clarence Simpson, regarding some long lost family. It's quite important. Hope to hear from you soon.
Lisa
Added by Lisa Calabro on Jul 06, 2016 12:46 PM
Susan Breed
Catherina Dorothea Alexander
Lynne

I think one of the “unreadable stones” in the Anna Dubi Alexander area may be that of my great, great grandmother Catherina Dorothea Perau Meyn Alexander.
My reasoning: On 1860 US Census, Troy, Post Office Sauk City, William Alexander, age 42, and Wilhelmine, age 37, had 6 children.
The grave of Wilhelmina Pieper (1821-1863), wife of William Alexander is in the Salem Honey Creek Cemetery, along with the grave of Wilhelm – age 1 month.
In Index to Sauk County WI Marriages 1842-1907, Wilhelm Alexander of Troy married Anna Zimmerle whose father was Jacob TUBL (Dubi) on 24 Dec 1863.
On 1870 US Census William Alexander, b. 1819, and wife Anna, b. 1822, had 4 children
The grave of Anna Dubi Alexander, died 13 June 1871, is in Salem Honey Creek Cemetery.
In Index to Sauk County WI Marriages 1842-1907, EFW Alexander of Troy married Catherine Meyer (n), whose father was John Peran(o) on 29 Oct 1871.
A letter we have from her son William Meyn states Catherina died 18 March 1883 in Troy. William Alexander was too sick to go to the funeral. . A Chaplain Wuettenwueter visited with her when she was sick. Catherine was born on 2 Nov 1826 in Luneburg, GE

From Rock Hill Cemetery: unmarked grave.
Rudolf Zimmerly who died before Dec 1863. Wife Anna married William Alexander. “no Sauk County record of Anna or William’s death”. Anna’s maiden name Diebe or Tuble
Added by Susan Breed on Feb 08, 2016 7:53 PM
Allan Deptula
Follow up: Memorial# 29247552
I discovered Gertrude when searching for Judd Irwin/Erwin, a bachelor farmer I met in 1966. He was a folk banjo player and composer. He created a waltz to honor a woman named Gertrude. Judd has passed to Valhalla long ago but we may yet learn if the woman was his muse. I'll share if I learn. As a child in Milwaukee, two cemeteries near my parents home were refuge for me: Pilgim's Rest and Forest Home. When Forest Home built the pink marble mausoleums and gardens-it knocked my socks off! Best wishes and thanks! Allan
Added by Allan Deptula on Nov 25, 2015 7:47 AM
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