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Joan (Thompson) Perry (#46479450)
 member for 13 years, 3 months, 14 days
We got a couple of inches of snow in the last few days, so I will look for the Ingles in Crescent Cemetery in the spring! Please put a put in a photo request for the Ingles in Crescent Cemetery?

Added by JaniceS on Nov 22, 2013 7:59 PM

Re: Ingle
Would you please delete my previous message? I didn't mean that the way it sounded!

If you would like, I will go to Crescent Cemetery in Grafton and look for the Ingle stones.

Added by JaniceS on Nov 19, 2013 9:18 PM

Clara Burroughs
thought you might like to know I posted the head stone to Clara's memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 5380046

Kind Regards,


Added by Linda on Sep 17, 2013 8:06 PM

Loren Kramer-Johnson
Otto Schlange
Hello Joan!

Today, I was working on Otto Schlange for a Great-Uncle. Otto Schlange would be his Great-Grandfather. I have learned that Otto died in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1904. He was a barber. I would love to fill you in on more of the story and, of course, would love to know if you are a direct descendant.

Hope this finds you and finds you well.

Loren Kramer-Johnson
Burnsville, MN

Added by Loren Kramer-Johnson on Apr 15, 2013 10:09 AM

Erin Proctor
Charity (Mix) Anderson
Can I ask where you got the info that she is buried her? Her great grandson and I have been trying to find her for years.
She died in Evansville, Rock Co.

Obituary from unamed newspaper, given to me by Otto Anderson, her ggrandson:
Mrs. Charity Anderson died at her home in this city, Jan. 29, 1910. She had been a great sufferer for many weeks and welcomed the call to rest and relief from her sufferings. She was born Jan. 29, 1833 at the town of Perce Province of Qubec, Canada, was married Oct. 19, 1854 to James Anderson.
To this union were born ten children of whom six survive to mourn the loss of a kind, self-sacraficing parent, the husband and father having passed to the great beyound many years before. One sister also survives and lives at Lone Rock.
The deceased has lived the past few years in Evansville, where she has made many friends by her earnest, upright life. The funeral was held at her home Sunday 7:00 p.m. Elder J.O. Dutton officiating,
Internment Monday at Lone Rock, Wis.

Added by Erin Proctor on Jan 20, 2013 6:02 PM

Fond du Lac Burroughses
I may have asked you this already, so please excuse me if it is a re-peat.

The last residence I find for my 3rd great-grandfather, Lucius Alonzo Burroughs, is in Ripon, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The only burials I find for Burroughses in Fond du Lac are your peeps. Does the name Lucius Alonzo come up in your research anywhere? Can you help me with any clues?

Thank you,

Added by naekat70 on Oct 27, 2011 2:01 PM

Michael Young
Joan the Mixes were buried In Forest Cemetery Coeur D Alene I transferred your info for Charles there

Added by Michael Young on Oct 15, 2011 3:59 PM

Stone Branches
Charity Mix Anderson 5380539
This is my husbands ggrandmother. In your notes attached to the memorial you mentioned her obituary. Do you have a copy of the obit or can you tell me how I might acquire a copy?

Thank you,
Contributor 47411175

Added by Stone Branches on Feb 22, 2011 5:14 PM

George Rady
George Rady is buried in the Calvary Cametery in the city of Fond Du Lac the one you have entered him into is in a small town outside of Brandon WI which is also Fond Du Lac County .

Added by sarensor on Jul 11, 2009 7:55 PM

Rich Cisney
Otto A. Schlange

Hi, I'm very intrigued about why Otto left after Eva was born and went back to Germany. Some of the message boards even suggest he was royalty.

Do you know the true story, and where he is buried?

Thanks for your insight.

Rich Cisney, Jr.

Added by Rich Cisney on Apr 25, 2009 7:39 PM


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