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Jason H. (#47242422)
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Ken Nagel
Merchant In Warren
Awaiting a new request to be posted for Olive. Her name is very different on the stone.

Added by Ken Nagel on Jul 15, 2015 4:42 PM

Beth Bush
Hackbart - Crown Hill
I would be happy to take a photo of Hackbart's gravestone at Crown Hill Cemetery if you would let me know the section number. Please contact the cemetery (330-425-8128) and request the section number and forward to me.

Added by Beth Bush on Dec 26, 2014 10:42 AM

Jennifer Janzer
Dubuque photo requests in Racine WI
Hi Jason. I would be happy to help you with photo requests for Holy Cross Cemetery in Racine. Please contact the cemetery office and ask for plot numbers. Their contact info is:

262-639-1071
info@racinecemeteries.org

Let me know once you have them. I'll go take the photos for you - as long as there's no snow on the ground.

Thanks,
Jennifer Janzer

Added by Jennifer Janzer on Dec 14, 2014 2:08 PM

Terry Trackwell Kuhnau
Dottie Cummings
The name on the headstone is Lottie. Not sure if that is a manufacturing mistake or what.

Added by Terry Trackwell Kuhnau on Nov 03, 2014 1:35 PM

Terry Trackwell Kuhnau
Jack Cummings
The headstone is an old imprinted concrete pad that is very worn. I can just make out the J in his first name and some letters of Cummings. Birth year looks like 1928.

Added by Terry Trackwell Kuhnau on Nov 03, 2014 10:16 AM

mjshistory
Maik photos Zion cemetery
I added the 2 photos, not sure if Find a Grave is getting notifications out when requests are fulfilled. The Bauer request was not filled since I did not find their marker. It is possible there will be a marker soon as there was evidence of a newer base that had the top removed presumably for engraving. I will try to get back there within the next 2 weeks and see what shows up.

Added by mjshistory on Oct 13, 2014 10:18 AM

Armstrong History
Your Request at Restheaven Cemetery - Winnebago Co
Hi - I searched the entire cemetery and did not find the gravestone for Donald Wendt. In an effort to fulfill your request, I contacted the City of Menasha, Cemetery Superintendent (Vince Maas) at 920.967.3642 to inquire about the burial location. I was told their records do not include Donald Herman Wendt. HOWEVER . . . I was provided with the following information that might be of some help in your family research: There are two blocks of cemetery ground "outside" of the Restheaven Cemetery gate that are part of the Restheaven Cemetery. Theses two blocks of land are on the grounds of the adjoining cemetery - Oak Hill Cemetery (Neenah, WI)but are "technically" part of the Restheaven Cemetery - according to the Cemetery Superintendent. The last name of Wendt buried in this section, outside the gates of Restheaven (but included with Restheaven Cemetery burials) include: Fred and Louis Wendt, Clare and Henry Wendt, and Dorothy Wendt (mother) and her son Henry Wendt who died Oct 13 1987. Perhaps this Henry Wendt is who you are looking for because of the DOD is close to the listed Donald Herman Wendt?? Please keep me posted if you request any further action.

Added by Armstrong History on Sep 02, 2014 11:30 AM

Nathan Haines
Estelle F Frederick
Hi,
I got pics today per your request for Estelle F Frederick's gravesite. I redid the pictures on her husband's page. I am surprised I missed her grave when I went and did her husband. I normally always look around at the graves beside someone to see if they are related and somehow I missed Estelle when I did Robert. I got them straightened out now. I put picture captions on the area shots. If I put too many pictures let me know and I will delete any you don't want, ok?
Nathan

Added by Nathan Haines on Aug 16, 2014 10:43 PM

Jennifer Madison
RE: Sonnenberg
No. Sorry

Added by Jennifer Madison on Jul 09, 2014 5:02 PM

Doug Kalahar
RE: S. Mundinger Headstone
Great! What a tribute to your ancestors . . .




DMK

Added by Doug Kalahar on Jul 09, 2014 10:15 AM

Doug Kalahar
RE: Solomon Mundinger
Hey Jason . . . and a great idea it is! Ya know, the MUNDINGER folks I worked with on genealogy are, for the most part, gone. They would have loved to take on a project like this.

But to the present and to your question. No, I don't know of anyone who would lend a hand to you. Possibly contact the historical society in that county for ideas? Maybe get a cost estimate for repair/replacement and then contact cousins from your generation who can, in turn, talk to their parents, aunts & uncles, etc. Try postings on social media?

This would be a noble undertaking on your part. It is the right thing to do. Best of luck . . . keep me informed, ok? I'd throw in a hundred bucks on behalf of my kids . . . who are one-half MUNDINGER.


DMK

Added by Doug Kalahar on Jun 23, 2014 1:28 PM

DaveVangsness
Foleys at Lakewood
Just wanted to let you know I fulfilled your requests for John & Thomas Foley. Find A Grave notification is not working.

Added by DaveVangsness on Apr 14, 2014 5:17 PM

William Kazupski
Mickow
I am ascertaining burial locations in preparation to fulfill photo requests once the Chicago snow has melted. In regards to your photo request here is the burial location for your record.
Wm & Emma Mickow
Mt. Greenwood Cemetery - Chicago
Section 32 Lot 321
Graves 1W 1S William
1W 2 S Emma

Let me know if I can assist you any further.

Sincerely,

Bill Kazupski

ChicagoCop20968@yahoo.com

Added by William Kazupski on Feb 08, 2014 11:32 PM

Nate Fehlauer
Thanks for the photo
Thank you for the photo of my grandparents' memorial. Adolph Fehlauer and Gertrude Naumann.

Added by Nate Fehlauer on Oct 29, 2013 10:52 AM

MHP
photo
I added a photo to a couple of your entry's

Added by MHP on Sep 27, 2013 10:16 AM

Sue Lefevre
Sophie and Harvey Sacket
Hi…there are several Sackets buried here and there is no stone marking any of the graves. I took a pic of the area anyway and wondered if you still wanted it on the site. You can see there is an area of land where there are no markers but under a tree.
the gal in the office gave me a map with all these Sacket names at the buriel site. If you want me to e-mail you that I can. Just let me know on the photo and the map with names.

Added by Sue Lefevre on Sep 11, 2013 2:26 PM

Kim T
RE: Hackbarts
Hey, not a problem. I'm glad I was able to locate and photograph the Hackbarts for you. Location of plots: Section F, Block 5, Lot 22, Space 3

Best,
Kim

Added by Kim T on Aug 13, 2013 6:10 PM

Sara Marso
wrong cemetery
Pomplun, infant is actually buried in Immanuel Lutheran church cemetery across the street from the springfield cemetery i will post the picture on the immanuel lutheran church cemetery and there are a couple other pomplun's buried there as well, if u decided you need any of them post them and i will fill them

sara

Added by Sara Marso on Aug 01, 2013 8:13 PM

Nadeen Sobottka
RE: Milan Henning
Hi Jason, I've corrected the memorial for Milan, and added a notation of who his mother was. Unless there's a memorial for her that I'm not aware of? Please let me know if there is one and what her number is so I can add it. Regards, Nadeen

Added by Nadeen Sobottka on Aug 01, 2013 12:44 PM

Ruhe Sanft
Caroline Kamrath
Dear Jason,

I tried to fulfill your photo request for Caroline Kamrath at Glen Oaks in Milwaukee but the cemetery worker refused to look up her name without "compensation". Please call directly and explain that you are a relative to confirm burial.

Best, RS

Added by Ruhe Sanft on Jul 26, 2013 1:26 PM

Bruce Aiton
Timm Family
I believe the Itasca County Historical Society has some history on the Timm family. Try research@paulbunyan.net . I recall a bit my mother shared with me some years ago. My Grandfather Erik Bjork was a timekeeper for the Timm logging operation on the South side of Pokegama Lake near Grand Rapids about 1920. My great grandfather, Bob Aiton built the Timm family home on the same lake shore. It was demolished about 30 years ago.

Added by Bruce Aiton on Jul 24, 2013 5:02 PM

Chris Anklam
Anklams and Timms
Hello Jason,

My Great Grandfather, Adolph Gustav Anklam, married Ottilie "Delia" Timm in 1883. Delia was a daughter, if my family tree is correct, of Gottlieb Erdman Timm, who was the son of Paul Gottlieb Timm.

So Delia is my Great Grandmother, Gottlieb Timm is my 2nd Great, and Paul Timm is my 3rd Great.

Pleased to meet you!

I recently retired after a 25 year Navy career and am pursuing a second career. I grew up in Neenah and currently live in St Marys, GA. I pester lots of people up there with photo requests, and requests to link Memorials.

Thank you if you can help,

Chris Anklam

Added by Chris Anklam on Jul 24, 2013 4:26 PM

Cheryl Parsons
RE: Justus Naumann
The supervisor at the cemetery and he looked up the locations of each grave and then sent the workers to look for me. Some stones are covered with sod but they took a shovel and checked that way but, there was no stone for the Naumanns. I wish I could have been more successful.

Added by Cheryl Parsons on Jul 24, 2013 9:18 AM

Cheryl Parsons
RE: Naumanns
Its a shame that they don't have headstones. I went to the cemetery to fill 15 requests and only came home with 7 photos. I'm totally amazed at the number of people buried in unmarked graves.

Added by Cheryl Parsons on Jul 24, 2013 8:33 AM

Cheryl Parsons
RE: Justus and Maria Naumann
Correct. I even had 2 cemetery workers that were helping me.

Added by Cheryl Parsons on Jul 23, 2013 9:12 PM

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