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Carol Gardner (#46785951)
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suzan gordon
RE: gardner
I'm real sorry about posting all that stuff I found the website online and didn't realize it was yours. I removered all the photo's and please ignore my suggestions.

Added by suzan gordon on Oct 18, 2009 4:50 PM

suzan gordon
gardner
I add some photo's I found online of some of your Gardner memorials

Added by suzan gordon on Oct 18, 2009 1:03 PM

MAI
Gliniecki
Thank you for the crisp, clear photos! Much appreciated.

Added by MAI on Jul 02, 2009 10:29 AM

Anne
RE: Memorial# 17117250
You are very welcome:)

Added by Anne on Jun 08, 2009 5:47 PM

Anne
Memorial# 17117250
I have an obit for
WILBUR CLINE, had been a Cab Driver for thirty five years, lived at 233 W. Clark Street, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, where he died on 4 February 1983, at the age of fifty six, born on 13 August 1926. The son of Walter Cline. His sisters, Mrs. Jesse (Lola) Simonis and Grace Baker, brother Gerald Cline, are the survivors. Two brothers preceded him. Burial in lot 15 of block 1 in the Union Cemetery.
#347 SPDJ Fri. 4 February 1983 Col: 4 p 2 Sat. 5 February 1983

Added by Anne on Jun 07, 2009 5:15 PM

Anne
Memorial# 17197415
I have an obit for
HARRIET IMOGENS CHAPMAN CLINE, was the daughter of Earl Chapman, she had been married previously and had four children. She was born in 1918 and
died at the age of forty seven on 11 December 19 65. No children born to her marriage to Wilbur Cline. Survived by her husband and sisters,
Elizabeth Konopacki and Irene Winkler. Rev. Richard Hill officiated. She is buried in lot 18 of block 2 in the Union Cemetery.
#256 SPDJ Wed. 15 December 1965 Col: 6 plO

Added by Anne on Jun 07, 2009 5:13 PM

Anne
Memorial# 11358426
I also have an obit for JOHN A. CATER

JOHN A. CATER, came to America at the age of eighteen to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, employed on the Ripley farm. He was born 15 September 1838 in England, married first to Helen Bessey in Fond du Lac. There were three children, James of Knowlton, Wisconsin, Ambrose, of Wausau, Wis-consin and Mrs. Bert Warren, Sand Point, Idaho. Helen was married 1862 and died July 1876. (Joseph Bessey owned lot 2 in block 18, she could be buried here.) John A. Carter was a Civil War Veteran, served from October 1861 with
the 21st Wisconsin Infantry and six months later fought in the battle of Prairieville, was wounded in the left wrist, becoming discharged.
The family later came to Mill Creek, town of Carson and was employed in a Lumber Mill. They farmed in Knowlton, Wisconsin coming to Stevens
Point in 1906. John died at his home at 812 Ellis Street on 23 April 1925. The funeral from the Church of the Intercession, Rev. Willson
Mallroy officiated. Interment in the Union Cemetery. Cater's lot 7 in block 11. The cause of death, developed pneumonia after a severe
cold. He married second in 1879 to Gertrude Sager, the married lasted forty six years. They have sons, Percy of Stevens Point, Ernest of
Mosinee and Howard of Knowlton.
#125 SPDJ Thur. 23 April 1925

Added by Anne on Jun 07, 2009 4:44 PM

Anne
Memorial# 11358427
I came across an obit for GERTRUDE SAGER CATER I thought you may want to add.

Thanks
tabatha b:)

GERTRUDE SAGER CATER, was the daughter of Archibald Douglas and Isabelle Gamble, Pioneers of Portage county, born in Wisconsin on 20 April 1852, married to John A. Cater on 18 November 1879, she died 26 April 1941. Survived by sons, Howard and Ernest, a stepson James, brother, James Sager, her brother Orin died several years
ago. From page 628 in the Portage County History.
#168 SPDJ Mon. 27 January 1941 Tues. 28 January 1941 Col: 7 p 7

Added by Anne on Jun 07, 2009 4:39 PM

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