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|L Evans||O'Deal family member|
Hello: Please look at Margaret Paeske Find A Grave 183587260 who I just entered a memorial for her in the Evergreen Cemetery of Wausaukee, WI. She is the daughter of John and Margaret/Maggie (O'Deal) Sawyer. Possibly she is in the O'Deal family linage that you have in your research.
Added by L Evans on Sep 20, 2017 7:34 AM
|Jim Sindberg||RE: Gormley transfer requests|
Thanks for the transfer.
I know I'm unique and a bit strange.
I know many people cannot forgive this.
No one is perfect.
Wouldn't that be boring??
|L Evans||Harriet Fairbrothers|
Hello: thank you for removing the duplicate memorial.
I thought I would let you know that by having all the names listed on her memorial entry, you CAN NOT do a search for her and find her.... ie: If you type in Harriet King OR Harriet Rowell, NOTHING will appear in a search for her.
The only way you will find her doing a search is by typing in Harriet Fairbrothers and THEN check the small box under last name "include maiden name"
In other words, because there are more than one last name in the Last Name Field, she will NOT be able to be found in a general name search.
This is also the same for the memorial for Elaine Boesen-Wedemeier Find A Grave #141852469. If you type in Elaine Boesen... you will get a message that no memorial exists for her. Because she is listed as last name Boesen-Wedemeier.
In each memorial, their additional spouses are already linked...
the last name should be the last name that they had when they passed, ie: Harriet Rowell and Elaine Wedemeier.... additional information can be put in the "bio" section .... ie; first husband ..... second husband.
Just thought I would let you know neither of these memorials are able to be located. Try it, you will see what I mean.....
Added by L Evans on Apr 09, 2016 8:35 PM
|L Evans||Elaine Boesen- Wedemeier FAG # 141852469|
please change her burial placement from UNKNOWN to FOREST HOME CEMETERY, ATHELSTANE, MARINETTE COUNTY, WISCONSIN.
Peshtigo times June 24, 2015
Elaine C. Wedemeier
Elaine Caroline Boesen-Wedemeier, formerly of Silver Cliff, passed away at home on Tuesday, Jan. 20 in Fort Myers, Fla.
A Graveside Service will be held on Saturday, June 27 at 2 p.m. in Forest Home Cemetery in Athelstane with Pastor Lin Wittmann officiating. Roubal Funeral Home of Wausaukee is assisting the family with arrangements.
Added by L Evans on Jul 31, 2015 8:36 AM
|Dale Safford||Byron Place #143267867|
Byron Place is on record as being buried in this cemetery, and his obituary also says he is buried there, but he has no headstone. The dates are also correct as per his obituary. I have added it to my to do list to get that obituary, but won't be able to do so for quite some time.
|Tamara Bussinger- Krzyaniak||RE: William a Pettis - Headstone|
You are welcome :)
|Anonymous||RE: Memorial # 141852469|
Yes, her obit is on the memorial; I do not know who posted the obit.
|Anonymous||RE: Memorial # 141852469|
No problem, Transfer done. Thank you for asking. Do you have your grandmother's obituary?
|Larry Krueger||Crivitz DeKeyser|
I already have the photo requested as well as three other stones on that lot. I also have a few others around the cemetery. I will fill your request in a day or two.
Just wanted to let you know when I do fill it, I have to edit it to the proper cemetery, so you won't find Leone in the NEW section if you look after the edit is approved.
Her family plot is in the Forest Home OLD section and actually, it is in the Veterans Memorial Circle. If you enter and drive the circle clockwise, they will be the very last set of markers on the left as you leave the circle.
|Linda Tutt||RE: Picture|
You are welcome! I was actually expecting more of a family plot and was surprised to find the gravesite basically all alone under a huge tree with the small headstone. His was the first grave in that section of the cemetery at the time.
Was your relative in the Civil War? I assume this headstone must be from that time period and his company is identified, but I don't know much about Wisconsin's participation in the war. I did a preliminary search but didn't find anything about Wisconsin's 51st Infantry, but he obviously served at some point.
I have requested photos from cemeteries in New York, Virginia, Illinois and Kansas where many of our relatives are from, so I am very happy to help others when I can. Thank you for the opportunity.
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