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Wendy Watts (#47283745)
 member for 6 years, 2 months, 18 days
Rodger Dohm
Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm

Thank you so much for trying to help. Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm are actually buried at Ramsey Cemetery next to their father's, Albert Julius Dohm's farm. I am not sure which records you are looking at, but I do have all of the records from the Oak Grove Cemetery in East Farmington. The two babies that are buried in Oak Grave are the children of Charles Julius Dohm (1839 - 1908) and Caroline Willamina (Paul) Dohm (1845 - 1902). They had 12 children, 9 which lived to an adult age and 3 that died either still born or close to birth that they never named the babies. Because the Ramsey Cemetery is part of a cemetery system this misunderstanding has occurred. I have already put Johnny and Minnie Wanita Dohm's memorials up on Findagrave. They are #38462566 and 38462723. Thank you for your help!

Rodger Dohm

Added by Rodger Dohm on Nov 28, 2013 7:23 AM

Virginia Harris
Mildred Wilhelm
Thank you for the transfer. She is now linked with her parents and 9 of her siblings.

Added by Virginia Harris on Aug 12, 2013 1:53 PM

RE: John Hillskotter
Thank you for the correction on John's brother Herman. I've corrected his memorial & linked Herman as his brother. Input is always appreciated, especially when I've made an error :)

Added by TammyGღ on Jul 27, 2013 3:19 PM

Thanks so much, Wendy, for transferring the John Retzlaff memorial to me. I will type my little fingers to the bone to include his obituary on his page! :)

Added by Volunteer on Jul 04, 2013 8:46 AM

Karen Peterson Riley
Leonard Eder
Would you link Leonard Eder with his wife, Tilda Olson Eder, 8679167, his Father William Eder, 38513676 and his Mother, Elizabeth Eder, 38513672.
Thank you.

Added by Karen Peterson Riley on May 22, 2013 4:25 PM

Thank you for Nora. And thanks so much for your quick response!

Added by LittleLulu on Apr 06, 2013 3:23 PM

Sandra Sannes
Henry L. Nelson
Would you mind linking the parents to Henry L.Nelson? His father was Lars Nelson #51812332.
His mother was Inger Marie Nelson #51812335.Thanks very much for your time and effort.Sandy

Added by Sandra Sannes on Feb 19, 2013 8:47 PM

RE: Annie
Thank You, in the bottom picture there are the tops of 5 stones, they may not be related, just curious, since we are missing one of their children, well havent found yet. I understand the having to hold plants back, only thing good about all those plants is they have protected the stones from the weather.
I was looking at buying a house next to a small cemetery once, then found out they built the house over top a mobile home and insurance co, refused to cover it as a would not retain value.


Added by Mr.B on Feb 02, 2013 10:14 AM

RE: Annie
Hi Wendy, Thank you for the work you have done for others and the transfer, Annis and her twin sister were born 22 May 1862, we found documented proof of date of birth. on her sister's records. in looking at the lower photo where you had to dig through the flowers, to even see the stones it appears there are two more stones, do you recall what they say on them?


Added by Mr.B on Feb 02, 2013 6:49 AM

Karen Hoyt
RE: Sarah Morgan Titus
That would be great!! Do you know how I can get original death certificate or do you know of an historian who can maybe access any obit for her??

Added by Karen Hoyt on Dec 31, 2012 12:41 PM

Karen Hoyt
RE: Sarah Morgan Titus
Hi Wendy and thank you for your speedy reply to my inquiry. It is always been assumed by researchers to be true. I am the first person though on ancestry site to discover that her death was in Wisconsin etc. This is a very BIG find indeed. Thanks a million for doing what you do.
I'll keep in touch..if this plays out as I expect it to you are a part of tying Sarah to thee William Bradford of The Mayflower. If you have access to any more information I would be forever grateful.
Happy New Year!!

Added by Karen Hoyt on Dec 31, 2012 11:34 AM

Karen Hoyt
Sarah Morgan Titus glad to see this headstone! I was curious to know if you had any further information on this person. I want to know how you verified her maiden name was Morgan and that her father was D. Morgan. I'm in the process of gathering information for the Mayflower Society and I have been looking all over for the marriage certificate of Sarah Morgan and Samuel Titus.
Thanks so much for your assistance
Karen Hoyt

Added by Karen Hoyt on Dec 31, 2012 2:37 AM

RE: links
Glad to help..... Linda

Added by Lindalee on Dec 08, 2012 12:19 PM

John C. Engel
Would you mind linking Evelyn Engel Wilson to her parents' memorials?

Thank you for your efforts!

George John Engel 80913489
Johanna Augusta Braun Engel 80913534

Added by John C. Engel on Nov 04, 2012 9:05 PM

lisa chelstrom
Hi! I am wondering if you would mind transferring the abovementioned memorial to my care. These are my husband's great great grandparents! I'm so excited to find them. Thank you!

Added by lisa chelstrom on Oct 14, 2012 8:23 PM

lisa chelstrom
Hi! Thank you for posting the above mentioned memorial. These are my husband's great grandparents and I am wondering if you would transfer the memorial to my care. Thank you. Lisa Chelstrom

Added by lisa chelstrom on Oct 12, 2012 5:08 PM

lisa chelstrom
Anna Chelstrom
Thank you for taking and posting this memorial. I am asking if you could transfer this memorial to my site? This is my husbands great grandmother (and great grandfather) thank you!
Lisa Chelstrom

Added by lisa chelstrom on Oct 05, 2012 9:22 PM

Edgar L. "Bud" Gehrman
Hi Wendy,

Thank you for adding the memorial for my uncle Bud #86797187. I would like to get him linked up with his parents:

Albert Gehrman Sr. #84802308
Wilhelmina Rose "Minnie" Bentz Gehrman #84802316

Thank you again,

Marvin Gehrman

Added by Marvin on Sep 27, 2012 10:20 PM

sheri anderson
Everett Backes Memorial
Hi Wendy,

That would be wonderful if you could transfer my Dad's memorial over to me!

Thanks for all you do to make this site accessible for everyone :)

Thanks again,

Sheri Anderson

Added by sheri anderson on Jul 02, 2012 5:00 PM

James Seidelman
Margery A Carlson Lurndahl
Obit from Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, WI

Margery A. Lurndahl was called home to God on Wednesday, October 19, 2011, after a lengthy illness, at Sophie's Manor Assisted Living Facility, Centuria, WI, with her sister and her daughter by her side.
She was born on March 1, 1934, in LaCrosse, Wi to Edwin and Pearl (Johnson) Carlson. She was raised in Elroy, Medford, Juneau, and Eau Claire, WI. She attended Luther College, Decorah, IA, and then attended, and then graduated from, UW-Eau Claire in 1956. She married her college sweetheart Donald Lurndahl on June 29, 1957, and began her teaching career in Robbinsdale, MN as a first grade teacher. She quit teaching, and became a full-time homemaker, when she and her husband decided to start a family by adopting their daughter, Pamela, and two years later, their son, Jeffrey. She was a devoted wife and mother, volunteering in her childrens' schools, and also as a Girl Scout leader. She and her family travelled through her husband's work as an insurance agent, and also for pleasure. One of her favorite places was the north shore of Lake Superior. After her husband's death she worked at the UW-Eau Claire library, a Christian book store, Four Season's women's clothing store, and then retired from a Customer Service position at Sears.
She moved to Clear Lake, Wi in 2006 to be closer to family, and then to Sophie's Manor Assisted Living Facility, Centuria, WI in 2009, when her health started to fail.
Margery is survived by her daughter, Pamela Wielinski; and her son, Jeffrey Lurndahl; her precious grandchildren, Benjamin and Allison Wielinski, and Andrew, Joshua, and Nicole Lurndahl; her sister, Ruth Olsen; and her brother, Ramert (Ruth) Carlson; nieces and nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews; and many other relatives and friends.
She was preceeded in death by her husband Donald; and her parents, Edwin and Pearl.
Margery will be remembered as a loving mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, and friend. She was a breast cancer survivor. She loved the Lord and has now been reunited in Heaven with the loved ones who have passed before her. She made a difference to so many in her life, including, but not limited to, the staff at UWRF's Speech department and the local Aphasia Support Group, and all who were blessed to know her.
Funeral services, a celebration of her life, will be held on Monday, October 24, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Eau Claire, WI.
Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at the church.
Burial will be at Forest Hill Cemetery.

Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Published October 22, 2011

Added by James Seidelman on May 27, 2012 3:12 PM

John w. Jones
Here is the obit written by his daughter meg.

John W. Jones, 84, of Turtle Lake passed away on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, MN. He was an avid deer hunter and Packer fan, so it was fitting that he died on the opening weekend of deer hunting and shortly after the Packers beat Tampa Bay.

John was born April 19, 1927 in La Crosse, WI to Walter and Leona (Wiese) Jones. As a high school senior in 1945, he joined the Navy, receiving his diploma early so he could serve in the military as a Navy Corpsman. He was very proud to be a veteran.

John spent his summers as a boy working on this uncle's farm in Iowa and became an accomplish herdsman, earning a degree in animal husbandry at UW-Madison after WWII. He traveled across the country showing cattle and raising his own herd of polled herefords in Sugar Camp, WI.

John believed in education and loved being a teacher. He taught in the Barron and Stevens Point School districts and was an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor at Colby High School. John was known for going the extra mile with helping his students, many of whom stayed in touch with him after they graduated. He owned and operated Chetek Marine for over 20 years and was a great storyteller.

John was a voracious reader and enjoyed reading westerns, history and biographies. He was a big fan of John Wayne and loved his dogs and horses, but family was the most important thing in his life. John was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, uncle and brother. He was a big influence on his family, probably more than he will ever know. John will be missed greatly.

He was married in Stevens Point, WI on April 1, 1977 to JoAnn Barton.

He is survived by his wife and soul mate JoAnn of Turtle Lake; 1 daughter, Meg Jones of Oak Creek, WI; 1 stepdaughter, Sue (John) Vreeland of Burnsville, MN; 1 stepson, Greg (Linda) Heppner of Chetek; 4 grandchildren Angela Hewitt, Katie Meissner, Luke and Candace Vreeland; 1 great granddaughter, Devorah Hewitt; 2 brothers, Bill (Donna) Jones and Ed (Carol) Jones both of La Crosse, WI and many nieces and nephews.

Added by mrsmico on Mar 05, 2012 6:59 PM

A Horan
RE: Elwin Whaley
Hi, you're very welcome for the photos, glad to do it.

I am not related to the Whaley's. Over the years, photos are sent to me from various sources, and I had received some for the Airborne's 187th GIR, with his among them. I will remove the photo, if you prefer, just let me know.

I had submitted some information to the creator of his memorial, which she has added. She offered to transfer the memorial to me if I'm related, which, of course, I would not take. But if you're interested, I'm sure that she would be glad to transfer it to you.

Thank you for your thoughtful message!

Added by A Horan on Feb 21, 2012 2:10 PM

Sandy Carlson
St. John's Cemetery
Thank you for putting St. John's Cemetery on Find A Grave. I have been searching for the death dates of my great grandfather, George Perry and thanks to you I was able to find him and the needed information. I knew he lived in that area but didn't know when he died. I have been searching Find A Grave hoping the information would show up one day. Your work is greatly apprciated.

Added by Sandy Carlson on Jan 26, 2012 10:55 PM

Diona Dickerson
Id'd be happy to transfer the memorial to you if you would like :). I am no relation.

Added by Diona Dickerson on Jan 01, 2012 4:19 PM

Kathy in NW Indiana
Thanks for the correction, I don't know where I got that information on the other cemetery.

Added by Kathy in NW Indiana on Nov 13, 2011 8:15 AM


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