|Elizabeth Nelson (#47829827)|
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I have been interested in genealogy for many years. Most of my relatives came from Norway. My family names are Erfjord, Nelson, Johnson, Halverson, and Brasch.|
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|Pat Ricci||Nicolo Capone tombstone photo request|
I see you have a photo request for St. Anthony Cemetery in Cumberland Wisconsin.
You can get photos of tombstones from St. Anthony Church Cemetery at:
900 St. Anthony Street
Here you'll find photographs of all of the tombstones located at St. Anthony Abbot Cemetery in Cumberland, Wisconsin. Originally the list contained individuals of Italian descent, but now, all tombstones are shown.
The cemetery contains markers as early as the mid-1890's. It is located next to St. Anthony Abbot Catholic church which is located in a rural setting about two miles south of the city of Cumberland. It is on the northeast corner of the intersection of County Road P (1st Ave.) and St. Anthony Street (21-1/2 Ave.).
All descendants of Italians connected to Cumberland, Shell lake, Spooner, Hudson and Western Wisconsin are invited to CIAO 2016. 9/10 at the St. Anthony Church Center. Noon till 5PM. Potluck (dish to share) Free will donation to the Church. Beverages will be available for purchase. Family displays are welcome. Slide show. Door prizes (we need donations). Also prizes for various categories: oldest, youngest, furthest away etc. Questions or to RSVP: Patricci63@Q.com
When I found Frank Zanow I found him to be buried along side of Clinton Zanow.
I assume that Clinton is his son. I was going to put in a edit for that but at the end of the day it's hard to know for sure. I think I'll leave that up to some body who does know.
You will see that I have added photos to both Memorial Pages. I hope you enjoy them. The angles are a bit tricky, at times Oak Grove puts me into awkward positions. But I still think they turned out ok. Again, I hope you enjoy them and thanks for your request.
Added by DDM on Jul 07, 2016 6:11 PM
|Bob L.||RE: Hannah Hayden photo|
Hi Elizabeth, your welcome, happy to be able to help you out. Take care, Bob L.
Added by Bob L. on Mar 14, 2016 3:47 PM
We see you photographed Bertha's gravestone in the Highland Cemetery. We would like to visit it. Can you tell us what part of the cemetery she is buried in?
|John Van Essen||RE: Falkenreck photos|
You said "Thanks very much for posting photos of the 3 Falkenrecks. Very nice, much appreciated."
A fourth Falkenreck, William's wife Margaret is also there.
|JanAhrens||Alta Mesa Cemetery Request|
Hello. I live near Alta Mesa cemetery, which is private. The director there said that I could come and take a picture for you of your specific headstone if you email her directly with your name and your familial relationship to the person whose headstone picture you would like to have taken.
Her name is Robin Mclaughlin and her email is email@example.com
Jan Joyce Ahrens
|Bobdick Burden||Alta Mesa|
I been taken pictures at Alta Mesa for over three years now, the Staff always been more then helpful, thing have change. The cemetery is been Sued by some one over a picture posted in Fane A grave websit. You will need to contact them for any pictures or information http://www.altamesacemetery.com or call 650-493-1041. if you get the information as to the location and post it on you memorial sit I con get the picture for you, hope this help you on your Quest.
Get the location and post it on Find A Grave hope this help you
|Aaron C. Shaw||RE: Marie Halverson grave in Jarvie|
Where it says "Whitecourt Census Division", this is something that Find-a-grave added. I don't know much about Canadian censuses (or is it "censi"? "censuses" looks funny somehow!...), but https://familysearch.org/ is a good resource. Everything there is free (stuff that ancestry.com will charge you for), and they have both indexes and images of actual documents.
|Darryl Coates||Gruah descendants|
My name is Karen Tweden Coates and I am looking for Robert (Bobby) Hauge the son of Inez Gruah Hauge or a living descendent of one of the Gruah sisters.
Inez Gruah would have been my aunt and I am trying to find some health information.
Thanks for any information you can provide me.
|Eileen Flickinger||Goodrich memorials|
thanks Elizabeth for the transfer. I've already put some more photos on. What a great site.
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