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Lindy (#46940563)
 member for 7 years, 7 months, 27 days
Georgia Guy
RE: Ida Huggins Herring

Glad I could help!


Added by Georgia Guy on Aug 05, 2013 11:42 AM

Trippy Von Brainstorm
RE: Gueller
I took a spin around - I don't see anything for those two names for Shawano County.

Added by Trippy Von Brainstorm on Jul 26, 2013 10:18 PM

Trippy Von Brainstorm
Fredrich Wilhelm Gueller
107047465 Fredrich Wilhelm Gueller

What was his mother's name? Maybe I can try to find it tonight or something? Any info?


Added by Trippy Von Brainstorm on Jul 26, 2013 7:27 PM

Suzy & Rob
RE: Windsor
You're welcome. Chester's older marker has been replaced with the new one so I posted the new one on his page, too.

Added by Suzy & Rob on Jul 21, 2013 1:59 PM

Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~
RE: Martha S. Sjoberg
Thank you too! You're very welcome!!


Added by Steve Edquist ~In Memory ... on Jul 19, 2013 8:16 PM

Diane McGinnis
Virginia Mann
Thanks for the Info. I love feeling in the blanks :). Just transferred to you. I Love having family manage their memorials. I am glad I could take the pictures for you.

Added by Diane McGinnis on Jul 17, 2013 4:47 PM

Linda Claxton
RE: Joe Kroll
You're very welcome.


Added by Linda Claxton on Jul 07, 2013 2:28 AM

RE: Coyle
You are very welcome!

Added by Pamela on Mar 22, 2013 4:52 PM

Jacob Flippin
RE: Steve Copelin
You are very welcome. If you are ever in need of another photo go to I am the Marion County Coordinator for the site and a lot of my pictures are on the site. Truly a treasure trove. Have a good day. Jacob Flippin

Added by Jacob Flippin on Nov 25, 2012 9:38 AM

Cathy Kessinger
RE: Leonard and Hopi Karich
Hi Lindy, you're quite welcome! Cheers, Cathy

Added by Cathy Kessinger on Aug 04, 2012 9:10 PM

Wayne Smith
RE: Harrington
You're very welcome,

Added by Wayne Smith on Jul 20, 2012 3:59 PM

Susan A.
RE: Wadsworth
You are welcome! What a fascinating cemetery. Samuel and Susanna Wadsworth were the only two that I found from the list I had. The tombstones are very old and difficult to read.
Many died very very young, only days old. I love cemeteries that tell a story, unfortunately this cemetery told a sad one. Smallpox, yellow fever, and TB took the lives of many here. Some revolutionary soldiers are buried there as well. American flags decorated those tombstones so they are not forgotten.

Added by Susan A. on Jun 10, 2012 10:10 AM

Pam Hall
RE: kirkpatrick
It is quite sad. I was trying to find a distant relative that is buried there. The stones that we could get to we took pictures of; so at least those ones are now preserved on this site. If I wasn't afraid of the "creepy crawlers" & had had on the proper attire (long sleeves & jeans) as well as bug repellant, I would have dug thru the underbrush to get to the stones. I can only hope that one day, the gentleman who owns the land, will decide to clean it up. It is terrible to think that one day everyone buried there will be forgotten.

Wichita, KS

Added by Pam Hall on Jun 05, 2012 11:41 AM

J & J Wiggins
RE: Climenza Copelin
You are so welcome. :-)

Added by J & J Wiggins on May 25, 2012 11:09 PM

Steven E. Flowers
Warren Coiner
Let me check with Dad's sister, Aunt Ann, she may have a photo of Warren & Alinda. If not she will know to which Novak child Grandma's pictures went to after she passed. I can also check with Herman Hahler, Grandma & Alinda's brother, he may have a photo of the 2. He is a family historian, as well.

Added by Steven E. Flowers on Feb 02, 2012 5:49 AM

Steven E. Flowers
Warren & Alinda (Hahler) Coiner
Lindy, my step-grandmother was Catherine Hedwig (Hahler) Novak, sister to Alinda Mary (Hahler) Coiner. I saw Warren & "Linda" 3-4 times between 1970 (when Mom married Frank J. Novak) & 1980 (when I went into the Army). I trace the Novak branch for my 2 half-sisters.

Added by Steven E. Flowers on Feb 02, 2012 5:35 AM

Jonathan Plant
RE: Frances Plant Huggins

Her parents were Lewis Henry Plant, Jr. and Emily Adams.

Jonathan Plant

Added by Jonathan Plant on Dec 10, 2011 3:21 PM

Kelly Swisher
Ignatious Turley

I will attempt to find this stone for you. I have plans on going to this cemetery in the next couple of weeks as my great-great grandmother is burried there.

Hopefully I can post a picture for you.

Kelly Swisher
Winslow, Ar

Added by Kelly Swisher on Nov 13, 2011 8:51 PM

Kelly Swisher
RE: Kelton Cemetery

You're very welcome. I know about the frustration in not being able to locate the resting place of a loved one.

My husband and I searched the entire cemetery. Row by row. There are several that are marked only with field stones. I will try to locate her grave for you so you at least know the approximate location.

Kelly Swisher
Winslow, AR

Added by Kelly Swisher on Nov 13, 2011 8:48 PM

RE: Photos
Thank you for the appreciative thought. I am not an easy person to intimidate. The photo's are my way of expressing my appreciation for all the information I have found on my own families, which would take a single person more than a lifetime to gather alone.

I, too, am waiting for transfers that some one is holding thousands of memorials. They are in my husbands direct line. The cemetery is in such rough shape it can only be visited after freezing temperatures and is in a very violent area in downtown Atlanta. We know very little about his family.
I have read in the rules, if it is within 4 generations, they are supposed to transfer. I have made an official complaint, in my case. (I have been informed they are able to freeze all the account holder's memorials at any given time for ongoing violations.)

I have had, one reply from my complaint. Find A Grave is supposed to be checking the validity of the volunteer holding onto the memorials.

Added by Gina on Nov 01, 2011 4:51 PM

Photos of church

Another volunteer asked this question, What does a picture of the church or the church sign have to do with the memorial?
Personally, 50 years from now I believe a lot more of the older church's will not be around to visit. Some of them are in very bad shape and are in some very remote areas in my local area.
Now for the other answers. If your ancestor is buried in the church cemetery, he or she probably at some point walked up those church steps and opened the very door that is on the church now to attend services. Possibly, helped name the church. Possibly had children baptized there. Family funerals were held. Community meetings were held at church. Many family members gathered at church many times. Maybe a family member accepted Christ at the family church. Families gathered at church to bury family members. Wedding's were also held at church.
That's why a picture of the church might be wanted.

Added by Gina on Nov 01, 2011 3:18 PM

RE: Pre-need memorials
I did forward the information to Find A Grave to about the error. I'm sure most people are appreciative of the volunteers who photograph and post memorials. It's human to make an error at any stage of the process of posting a memorial. However, it's personal ego when you do not want to admit an error and correct it.

Added by Gina on Nov 01, 2011 2:43 PM

RE: Huggins

Added by Gina on Oct 31, 2011 8:51 PM

Sgt Ed Elstan
I am not trying to be hard to get along with. I will research the Person and find to be alive I will remove. I am doing find a grave policy. Read my other message to Gina. There are find a grave policies for all of us to use so this site will be the best for all. What does the church picture have to do with the deceased person?
Thanks for your help...Ed

Added by Sgt Ed Elstan on Oct 31, 2011 7:03 PM

RE: Alice Lee Huggins
No problem! I removed the photos!

Added by Gina on Oct 31, 2011 3:31 PM


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