|Bruce Harrison Storm||Joseph Gall|
Thank you for your time and talent. I appreciate your providing the photograph of the Joseph Gall memorial.
Added by Bruce Harrison Storm on May 15, 2016 11:31 AM
|albers_ancestry||Lois Beguhn, Grandview Cemetery, Dunn County, Wisconsin|
Hi, The marker for Lois Beghun at Grandview Cemetery has been removed. She may have married Edward Snively. She may still be alive. Thanks, -Dave
Added by albers_ancestry on May 09, 2016 11:52 AM
|Bill Hart||RE: Question|
Thanks for both the response and the interest. I will be in touch as I develop this.
Added by Bill Hart on Oct 31, 2015 2:49 PM
I Don't know where you live but I thought I'd ask.
I am considering a major Find A Grave photo project in Clark County next April/May. It would involve 4 cemeteries and potentially 15,000 pix. I am trying to see if there are some interested Find A Grave photo volunteers in the area from Menomonie to the west, Phillips to the north, Augusta to the south, and Wausau to the east. If I have some luck contacting Find A Grave folks, Iíll probably frame the entire project in the next couple weeks. Might this interest you?
Thanks, Bill Hart
Added by Bill Hart on Oct 31, 2015 12:35 PM
|Bobbie Krueger||RE: Fred Schrader & Mary Sophia Schroeder Keck|
Have you seen any headstones in that cemetery for Frederick (Fred) and Eliza Louisa (Everman) Schroeder (Schrader)?
Added by Bobbie Krueger on Apr 30, 2015 11:39 AM
|Bobbie Krueger||Fred Schrader & Mary Sophia Schroeder Keck|
Hi. Are you by chance related to Fred Schrader and his daughter Mary Sophia Schrader Keck (buried in Christ Lutheran Halvorson Cemetery. I just wondered because I have a copy of Fred Schrader's obituary and thought maybe he was buried in same cemetery.
Added by Bobbie Krueger on Apr 29, 2015 10:36 PM
|Rachel G||Cedar Falls Photos|
Thanks for all of the photos you are contributing!
Added by Rachel G on Aug 12, 2014 4:53 AM
Your over 1,000! Good show! How is Halverson/Halvorson Cemetery coming along?
Added by Aavedt on Jul 31, 2014 3:56 PM
Thanks for the neat gravestone photos for Hans and Gunhild Skille!
Found a neat story about their son Edvard. He was quite the mathematics brain!
Best as you continue on with your genealogy hobby!
Added by Aavedt on Jul 06, 2014 1:31 PM
|Donald Anton||RE: Walter Lemke|
Since he died in Hennepin Co there may be an obit in the Minneapolis paper, The Minnesota History center keeps all the papers on microfilm if you contact the History Center and see if this is something they do. Here is there web site http://www.mnhs.org/genealogy/
Also they do lend out microfilm check on there site if this would be an option for you
Added by Donald Anton on Jun 15, 2014 10:57 AM
How sad that the list is so incorrect. Thank you for all the photos and corrections. Are you doing the whole cemetery? Good photos!
Added by Aavedt on Jun 02, 2014 3:11 PM
William and Mabel Johnson have moved to the cemetery where you tell me they are. I worked with lists from the Dunn County Genealogical Library. Corrections are good.
Added by Aavedt on May 27, 2014 12:25 PM
|Aavedt||Thoughts to share.|
Many thanks for all the added information. The parents and spouse for Ferdinand Lemke 1879-1914 is correct as noted per ancestry.com What is your source? The 1910 census also notes what I have stated.
Added by Aavedt on May 25, 2014 1:59 PM
|Rachel G||Re: Esther Lemke Grambo|
Thanks for the correction. I have linked her to Otto and Minnie now.
Added by Rachel G on May 04, 2014 5:36 AM
|Sue Butterfield Picard||RE: Harold Hencley|
I have added Fred J. Hencley as Harold's father. The sibling list is generated through Find A Grave and I can not change that. All siblings are listed from the parents & if you go to Richard, Betty or Harold's Find A Grave page you will find that all three are listed as a sibling on each of their own memorials. It's that way with all memorials.
Added by Sue Butterfield Picard on May 03, 2014 10:28 PM
As James S. told you, my relatives, gave the land and it was part of the farm which is below the hill to the east. Cale had bought the farm from my grandmother but if the Cale family still owns it, I do not know.
The cemetery has a sexton and last I heard, he was Scott Johnson. He would have a map of burials but, as in many old cemeteries, there are many unmarked graves.
The information given about the people buried there is a result of Dunn County Court House research, ancestry.com research, family records,records at the University of Wisconsin Stout, the Dunn County Genealogical Society Library records,and relatives with notes. The photographs are family from my collection.
What is on Find A Grave, is available for you to study. If there are corrections, they can easily be made. Do keep in mind that just because it is in an obit or on a stone, it may be incorrect based on the legal information at the court house.
The cemetery is for Johnson family burials and their old neighbors. So, one must have a connection to the original families as you seem to have.
Best thoughts as you continue on your journey!
Added by Aavedt on Nov 02, 2013 7:27 AM
|James Seidelman||Highland Cemeter|
I did photograph the cemetery several years ago, but Aavedt was doing research on the cemetery and a family member of hers was the farmer who donated the land. I transferred all the memorials over to her. You might go to her and see if she can share any information.
Added by James Seidelman on Nov 01, 2013 10:29 PM
|albers_ancestry||Louise Markham photo request|
I have posted a photo of Louise Markham's stone. She appears to be the wife of Racey Markham and mother of Agnes. I am including a link to her obituary. Feel free to copy the image.
Louise Markham obituary
Added by albers_ancestry on Jul 31, 2013 3:59 PM
|Aavedt||Your parents memorials.|
After several requests to delete the duplicate memorials, I have transfered the memorials to you and you can request that they are deleted. I do not know what else to suggest. I do nknow why my requests were not honored but perhaps they are too busy. Best!
Added by Aavedt on Jun 08, 2013 1:25 PM
|albers_ancestry||Baby Boy Finley, Highland Cemetery, Dunn County, Wisconsin|
I could not find a marker for Baby Boy Finley. I posted a picture of the Finley Monument that has his parent's names on it in lieu of his own stone. I believe that this stone is also on plot 5A. If you don't like it, I can easily remove it.
Added by albers_ancestry on May 10, 2010 9:59 AM