|Nadeen Sobottka||Alice Magulski @ Holy Sepulcher Cem., Cudahy, WI|
Hi Timothy, in case you are family of Alice, I just wanted to let you know that I've inserted a crypt picture on the memorial you created for Alice. I've also created a memorial for her husband, Anthony. If you'd like a transfer, please let me know. I am not family. Regards, Nadeen
Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Apr 11, 2015 7:27 AM
|Phillip||Peter A Allen|
I added picture to the other family members in the plot. Sent you (via Edit tab) fixes and connections for the memorials.
Front: Peter 1920-1944 KIA, August 1897-1945, August 1869-1947, Theresa, Peter 1890-1914, Margaret
Rear: Tony, Alpha, Albert & Tracy Henry, Mary & Baptista Richetta
Added by Phillip on Sep 17, 2014 12:30 AM
|Janice Hollandsworth||Peter Allen|
Killed in Action WWII.
CORP CO D 40TH ENGINEERS
Added by Janice Hollandsworth on Jul 28, 2014 1:08 PM
|Carla Magnus||Sabatino Baciollo #24824823|
Could you change this memorial to Forest Home Cemetery in Milwaukee instead of Forest Hill in Oak Creek please. The obit says Forest Home.
Added by Carla Magnus on Jul 14, 2013 3:08 PM
|mary||angie giachin ceretto basile|
this angeline is not a basile...she was married to my dads cousin angelo ceretto. mary ceretto rupp
Added by mary on Jun 22, 2013 11:47 AM
|mary||joseph ceretto sr|
hi tim,joseph is my dad can you please transfer him to my account #48158608.thank you mary rupp
Added by mary on Jun 20, 2013 12:27 PM
|Frank Germanson||Susan Donzelli|
Hi Tim. Susan also had a daughter Jeanne. Deloris married name was Lehman (Art) and Rosie's married name was Langowski. I think Delores is the only one alive. Frank Germanson P.S. Mary Rupp would probably know Jean's married nane. She has been dead so long I can't remember.
Added by Frank Germanson on Apr 14, 2013 8:49 PM
|Frank Germanson||Barbieri clan|
Hi Tim. See my instructions on connecting didn't help. If you are interested why don't you stop over at my house. I live in Cudahy. Or, if you want to transfer the family to me, I'll add the connections, then transfer them back to you. Frank
Added by Frank Germanson on Jan 02, 2013 10:24 AM
|Frank Germanson||RE: connecting|
On the left side of the home page there is a category called "Add Relationship links". You can only add parents and spouses. Start with the youngest and go to James h. Barbieri's memorial and click on the add relationship links. You will have 3 options to add (father, mother, spouse). Put your cursor for father and type in Frances Anton's memorial #, then go to mother and click on it, then add Haruko. Since he doesn't have a deceased spouse you will save it. Next you would go to Frances Anton's memorial. I already added his wife, so click on add relatives, and add his parents James and Cecilia. You should be done.
Added by Frank Germanson on Dec 26, 2012 9:18 AM
|Frank Germanson||Connect the Barbieri Clan|
Hi Tim. It is me again. Can you connect Cecilia and James Barbieri (both born in 1910) as husband and wife, then connect their son Francis Anton (wife Haruko) to them, and last but not least could you connect the other James H. Barbieri (1953-2005) to Francis and Haruko Barbieri as their son. He was the grandson of Cecilia and James Barbieri. Thanks. P.s. If you don't know how to connect I'll walk you through it.
Added by Frank Germanson on Dec 25, 2012 6:36 PM
|Frank Germanson||oseph and Angeline Basile Ceretto|
Can you please connect the above two as husband and wife. Thanks alot. If still interested in early Bay View Italian ancestry and pictures I may be able to help you. Joe and Angie's daughter Mary Lynn have extensive info on the Bay View Italian community. Let me know if you are interested. Frank Germanson
Added by Frank Germanson on Dec 09, 2012 9:56 PM
|scott premetz||chiaverotti family|
MY grandpa was Dominic Chiaverotti and I would love to add to my family tree but not sure how to do this , any help would be appreciated
Added by scott premetz on Sep 15, 2012 8:37 AM
I added her marker. I am using it for an unmarker grave location. See Find A Grave Memorial# 93639006.
Added by Phillip on Aug 04, 2012 2:12 PM
|Brian Croegaert||Brazzale Family At St Joseph Cem|
Had a chance to photograph graves of Anna, Frank and Val Brazzale in Section G at St Joseph Cemetery. I have attached the photos to your memorials.
New Berlin, WI
Find A Grave ID (#46820848)
Added by Brian Croegaert on Jan 30, 2011 12:49 PM
|Phillip||RE: Mathias Sindorf|
Alberto Barcelli, Block 15, Section 2, Row 10, Lot 9. Barbara Urmanski is at Row 47 Lot 5, so he by the fence near the corner of the road. I'll find him in the spring.
I have family buried in most every section of Calvary, 1/3 of them don't have markers.
Added by Phillip on Jan 18, 2011 8:09 PM
|Phillip||RE: Mathias Sindorf|
For years I used him as a location starting point, not many markers in block 15. It was easy to find.
I also use him a location of a person in my tree who has no grave stone.
Kasimir Urmanski Find A Grave Memorial# 36073779.
Added by Phillip on Jan 17, 2011 9:37 PM
|Richard Ermi||Louis Ermi|
My name is Richard Angelo Ermi (born 1964); I am the great grandson of Louis Ermi (born 1877).
My grandfather Angelo Ermi (born 1910) had two sons my uncle Louis (born 1947ish) and my father Charles Angelo Ermi (born 1944) my grandfather Angelo passed away in 1983.
I have two children, Ashley Elizibith born in 1995 and Dominic Angelo born in 2001. I live in Fairbanks Alaska, my father Charles also lives in Alaska but a different city.
My grandfather Angelo had three or four brothers (my great uncles). Tony (listed at find a grave), Frank and Dominic (listed at find a grave) are the names I remember. They had a sister Auntie Vi or Vai (my great aunt). I do remember meeting Uncle Frank and Dominic along with Auntie Vi about 1979ish.
From what I remember, I was told two bothers (maybe twins) Louis and Angelo (born 1877) married two sisters. From looking at the posting here Angelo and Louis were both born in 1877.
Thanks for the effort made in posting the information about the Ermi's.
Added by Richard Ermi on Apr 13, 2009 12:54 PM
I added the marker.
Added by Phillip on Apr 07, 2009 11:22 PM