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Dennis Zabel (#47070239)
 member for 6 years, 5 months, 13 days
Jerri Sierocki
RE: Lewis F. Zabel 93872222
I have linked the parents of Lewis F. Zabel. I am really sorry about the confusion!

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Feb 02, 2015 9:44 AM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Alvin Zabel - 93871607
Please disregard this.

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 14, 2014 7:24 PM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Alvin Zabel 93871607
Done.

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 14, 2014 6:41 PM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Lewis F. Zabel 93872222
Dennis,

The date on the tombstone is 1827. Unless this is an error . . . There is no listing for this person in the obituary index at: http://obits.netsource-one.net/. If you wish, I could make an attempt to find an obituary at Hoyt Library next time I go there.

I apologize for the long delay. Just trying to catch up!

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 14, 2014 6:37 PM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Lewis F. Zabel 93872222
This is the reply from Raucholz Library on the age of Richland Twp. Cemetery.

Hello,

The best we can determined from our research and information is that both the Richland Twp and Lutheran Cemeteries began in around the 1850s as the founding families arrived and had family deaths; a lot of the founding fathers are buried there and most passed away in the 1880s.

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 14, 2014 6:30 PM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Lewis F. Zabel 93872222
Hello,

I do not know what year Richland Township Cemetery was established, although I could make some inquiries. From e-mail contact with a person familiar with the Hemlock area, I was led to believe they had no cemetery records, and possibly wouldn't know the date the cemetery came into existence. However, that seems kind of farfetched to me and I have visited their historical society museum and they don't seem to not know anything and everything about their township! I'll do some further checking.

Best regards,

Jerri Sierocki

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 01, 2014 5:42 PM

Jerri Sierocki
RE: Alvin Zabel 93871607
This grave is in Richland Lutheran Cemetery, not Richland Township Cemetery.

Added by Jerri Sierocki on Sep 01, 2014 5:39 PM

Bill Kamradt
RE: Anthony Beste
Got you covered. Happy to do this for you - Bill Kamradt

Added by Bill Kamradt on Aug 25, 2014 2:19 PM

Darrell
RE: Mary Belanger
Good morning,

Mary belanger, is resting in Section G Row #1 lot 7. If you look closely at the top of the screen you will see the marker with #7.
Sorry
Darrell

Added by Darrell on Jul 25, 2014 5:53 AM

steve byron
RE: Storrs
you're welcome... I'll add the photos..steve

Added by steve byron on Oct 21, 2013 3:09 PM

steve byron
Helma Storr
Along with Helma Storr was her husband:
Elwell C. Storr 1889 - 1958
( a companion marker ) and another Storr
marker was adjacent to Helma and Elwell Storr

Ellis E. Storr 1913- 1961
Lillian L. Storr 1916-1977
also a companion marker..
I have photos of these.. Please let me know if you want them attached to new memorials..

All graves were located in Glen Eden Memorial Park
Section #21 Garden of Victory #771

Added by steve byron on Oct 21, 2013 9:38 AM

Michael Towers
RE: Ulmer Russ
also, I took photos of every headstone in that plot in case you were interested. I reviewed them and confirm that there is no other visible reference to the name Ulmer Russ.

Regards
Michael

Added by Michael Towers on Oct 09, 2013 7:37 PM

Michael Towers
RE: Ulmer Russ
Greenwood records show no Edith Russ. The three Ulmer Russ listings are the only ones in the database. The Ulmer Russ who died in 1945 has no visible marker. The only other step is for you to contact the cemetery. They generally charge $28 for research and copies of all pertinent records. My guess is that the RUSS you seek has no marker. Except for civil war markers provided by grant monies, I have never seen a government marker for WW2 vets.


RUSS OLIVIA1865-11-1116313189+
RUSS THOMAS1906-01-3114964135+
RUSS ULMER1937-03-03 12218171+
RUSS ULMER C1882-12-30 11164182+
RUSS ULMER C.1945-03-23 12218171+
RUSSANO GEORGE V.2004-05-10+
RUSSANO HELEN DEGIUSEPPE2006-07-15+


http://www.green-wood.com/2013/green-ealogy/

Added by Michael Towers on Oct 09, 2013 2:28 PM

Sharon S
RE: Charles Thomas Moulson
I wish the pics were better but with that kind of stone that's the best I could get. I enjoy helping out and the thanks that I receive make it even nicer. Thanks.

Added by Sharon S on Aug 29, 2013 7:03 AM

Sharon S
RE: Charles H. Moulson
As I was rechecking my notes when I got home I see that I missed Charles T. Moulson, 1844-1922. The cemetery recording shows that it is on the same stone so it must be on the back. I will be going back to the cemetery in the next few days and I will check to see if it is indeed on the same stone.

Added by Sharon S on Aug 28, 2013 7:25 AM

LV BRMNS
RE: Esther Green
You are very welcome. I just looked for her parents and she happened to be near them. Lucky find.

Added by LV BRMNS on Jun 03, 2013 7:58 PM

Charline Herring Ryan
RE: Transfer
You're very welcome.

Added by Charline Herring Ryan on Mar 18, 2013 2:44 PM

Mike Girard
RE: Management
Dennis,

I will need your contribitor ID number to do this and do you want all Bestre's transfered to you

Mike

Added by Mike Girard on Jan 22, 2013 3:15 PM

Judy Williams
Hannah McKelvey
The only hannah McKelvey I can find in the cemetery records died in 1904 at the age of 80 of old age

Added by Judy Williams on Sep 14, 2011 11:45 AM

bcfrench
RE: Martha Blackburn
There were several tiny "stub" markers and I remarked to my husband that they looked like the remains of very old infant or child graves. Very likely those might have been it. But there were no identifying markings left on them. The most common grave material around here is a very porous white stone compound that practically dissolves over time.

Added by bcfrench on Jul 31, 2011 8:48 AM

bcfrench
Blackburns in Grange Hall Cemetery, Chili
I took pictures of Martha and James Blackburn and uploaded them to the site. The cemetery is very small and my husband and I searched it twice and did not locate the two older graves of James and David Blackburn. There is quite a bit of space around Martha and James' graves where there appear to be burials with no stones. There are also several small stubs in the area where the oldest burials are; there stones may once have been there, but they do not appear to exist anymore.

Added by bcfrench on Jul 30, 2011 4:07 PM

Sharon W
RE: James E. Williamson
You're welcome.

Added by Sharon W on Jul 16, 2011 2:31 PM

Julie Johnston
RE: Anna Mary Freiburger Bergin
Hi Dennis,
All I had to clean up around the marker were my shoes, so I just had to scuff around to move the grass.
I also got pictures for William Bergin and I did make a memorial for him. If you want me to transfer that memorial to you, please let me know. I did not create any links between William and Anna because.. well, I'm not a relative.
You're welcome for the picture.
Julie

Added by Julie Johnston on May 21, 2011 4:43 AM

 
 

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