|R Boesen||RE: Caroline V Valk (91944056)|
Yes, you have it correct. Thank you. No problem either way about the transfer. I would like very much to update it further as I find out more information and would take good care of her if you dno't hear from Mary. Very much appreciate the update.
Added by R Boesen on Dec 06, 2013 9:54 AM
|Kathy Hofer||Henry Dobry|
Thank you for the transfer of Henry Dobry to my account. Life has gotten very hectic recently and I have not had time to take care of it. Many thanks again for your help.
Added by Kathy Hofer on Dec 05, 2013 6:22 AM
|Deborah Ridgway||Scott J. Zuege|
Thanks for the catch...nimble fingers I guess :)
Added by Deborah Ridgway on Dec 03, 2013 12:05 PM
|Ellen Bishop||RE: Pilker (South Dakota & Wisconsin)|
I just found that and sent it to you lol! I found her maiden was Ellsworth on Ancestry
Added by Ellen Bishop on Dec 02, 2013 11:58 AM
|Jeffrey W. Adams||RE: Memorial# 70514659|
This helps tremendously! Thank you. Minnie Peck was the first wife of my great-grandfather, Samuel Burbridge (1863-1924, also buried in Fountain Prairie Cemetery), before he married my great-grandmother. This helps me confirm more details about his life. Thanks again.
Added by Jeffrey W. Adams on Nov 27, 2013 7:56 PM
|Jeffrey W. Adams||Memorial# 70514659|
Subject memorial is for Minnie E. Peck. Headstone contains three names: Arthur Berton (1858-1877), Oscar (1855-1877), and Minnie E. (1865-1886). But name "Peck" is not there. At least not on the side of the headstone that was photographed. Were all three individuals named Peck? It appears there is writing on adjacent side of headstone. Can you provide more information? Greatly appreciate your efforts. Regards, Jeffrey W. Adams, Long Beach, CA.
Added by Jeffrey W. Adams on Nov 27, 2013 7:21 PM
|Kathy Hofer||Buttrick - Terens|
Thank you for all the effort are are doing! You are amazing!
Terens, Clifford 65223142
b. Feb. 16, 1895 d. Jul., 1895
This should be Clifford Buttrick - I have corrected his info
There is a good chance that he may have been the son of Asa Franklin T. Buttrick VI and Amelia Dorothy Terens. They were married 28 Nov 1894, but this may still be correct. Asa was burried in Green Bay, I do not have a burial location for Amelia.
b: 03 Jul 1867 - Nar 3 Cerce 1867
d: 30 May 1892 - Zem 30 May 1892
Lot 1/2 Lot E of Lot 31 Old
Henry should definitely be added. He is the son of John and Anna Dobry. His wife was Josephine Mizesch. I do not have info on his wife's burial. I will enter his name, if that is OK with you. Please let me know.
Added by Kathy Hofer on Nov 15, 2013 11:36 AM
|L Evans||RE: Ilsie Marie Zechel|
Now posting pictures to the cemeteries often gives you better information for each person and linking family members! Retirement gives me the time and opportunity to set the record straight ;-}
Added by L Evans on Nov 14, 2013 4:34 PM
|Dale E. Ebersold||Vanisky|
Thanks for the link to the mother of the young Vanisky brothers.
I sent you some sourced Winona, MN newspaper articles on the Vanisky's while they lived in Trempealeau. They might be helpful during future research on Anna and her second husband Hans Peterson.
Added by Dale E. Ebersold on Oct 31, 2013 7:18 PM
|Kari Beilke||RE: Christian Beilke|
I would Love for you to do that for me and my little brother for the memorial. I am so happy you did this for me. I have discovered there are still loving and caring people out there.
Added by Kari Beilke on Oct 20, 2013 7:23 PM
|455th AAA Historian||Sgt. James Tregear|
Thank you so much for the excellent military plaque photo. That definitely determines that we have found our 455th AAA Bn. (WWII) comrade. Much appreciated!
Added by 455th AAA Historian on Oct 19, 2013 10:38 AM
|Betty Babler||Leona Babler Haase|
Thank you for transferring Leona and her husband to me. They are my husbands aunt and uncle.
May God bless you,
Added by Betty Babler on Oct 19, 2013 8:29 AM
|Dale E. Ebersold||Louis Vanisky #118407771|
Thank you for his information. I've linked him with his two infant sons who preceded him in death. I am not related to this family. His two sons are buried in the Old Catholic Cemetery in Trempealeau, Wisconsin and I am involved with restoration at this cemetery and updating the burial records.
Added by Dale E. Ebersold on Oct 12, 2013 12:46 AM
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||Danke Schoen for Stangel memorial|
Adding the links would have been more than enough, but so many thanks for the kindness in transferring this Find A Grave memorial over to my care. I'll work to add some more details & do justice to your creation efforts.
Namasté, "PJ" Braun, ETCM/USN-retired (#46869838)
Added by Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun on Oct 03, 2013 8:28 PM
|Katrina||RE: Re: Bio Photo|
There were lots of people having this problem over the last few days. I think it was just a glitch and has now been fixed. Thanks.
Added by Katrina on Sep 30, 2013 10:37 AM
|Louis Roth||RE: Monumental|
you are welcome
I have not done 175k memorials, though!!
that's a LOT !!!
Added by Louis Roth on Sep 30, 2013 8:55 AM
|St Croix Valley Genealogical Society||RE: Hartland Presbyterian|
Yes please transfer all Hartland Presbyterian memorials to us. (Pierce County, Wisconsin).
We are the St. Croix Valley Genealogy Society and we will take good care of the memorials. We are trying to get all cemeteries in Pierce and St. Croix counties updated.
We do transfer memorials to relatives if asked. If you have an issue with that let us know.
Thanks, Myke Rachu
Added by St Croix Valley Genealogi... on Sep 17, 2013 8:13 AM
|Gregory Aanenson||Veste-Viste memorials|
Thank you for the information, it has been added to the memorials. I was able to find more information on some of the family members, will post to the individuals memorial when time permits.
Added by Gregory Aanenson on Aug 22, 2013 2:43 PM
|Wee||W.B. & Mary (Story) Frakes|
Memorials have been updated. Thanks so much for the additional info, and thanks for your contributions to the findagrave community.
Added by Wee on Aug 17, 2013 1:46 PM
|reddawn2468||RE: Cemetery on County Line of Door & Kewaunee Counties, in Wisconsin|
Thank you so much for your help on this - it is appreciated!
Added by reddawn2468 on Aug 13, 2013 5:45 PM
|Katrina||RE: Cemetery on County Line of Door & Kewaunee Counties, in Wisconsin|
I have used on as a placeholder. This is a temporary solution. I know that Jim has been collecting these county line cemeteries so that he can figure out a better solution. Thanks.
Added by Katrina on Aug 13, 2013 11:43 AM
|MadeOK||RE: Memorial# 115305876|
Awesome connection with the Roberts.
My guess is that Allouise is on the base of the family stone...we were running out of daylight on our last day in Sturgeon Bay...I might have confused with Addie.
If we get back there, will try to take a second look if still an issue.
Added by MadeOK on Aug 12, 2013 9:41 PM
|Sudsy60||RE: Kraft Family|
Emilia Kraft Riese (1846-1939)
August Riese (1844-1925)
Both were born in Germany and immigrated to the U.S. in 1874.
They resided on a farm in Waterford per the 1880 US Census as did August's parents, his sister and brother-in-law.
1885-August & Emilia reside in New Berlin.
Between 1885-1889 they purchased their farm in the Town of Tess Corners, Waukesha, WI.
Emilia's death certificate lists only her mother's maiden name. Her burial record at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Muskego, WI states 1 brother attended her funeral and her obit states she is survived by one brother (no name). I realize William Kraft passed away in 1936 prior to Emilia's death, but wondered if you knew of any other siblings. I thought if I can find a brother I might find her father's name listed on the brother's death certificate or perhaps on a naturalization record.
Added by Sudsy60 on Aug 12, 2013 10:13 AM
|455th AAA Historian||James Tregear|
Thanks for helping me get this soldier's WW II story back to the light.
Added by 455th AAA Historian on Aug 07, 2013 12:04 PM
|PA Roots||RE: Methodist Cemetery, Sheffield, MA|
You are very welcome. Some members of Find a Grave have gone above and beyond to help me, so I would like to help others if I can.
Added by PA Roots on Jul 25, 2013 7:41 AM