|HL49||RE: Peter Delisle|
I photographed all the gravestones in the Pembina Cemetery last summer and added any missing people to the findagrave site that weren't already listed. So the only info I have is the names and dates from the stone.
Added by HL49 on Feb 20, 2015 5:25 PM
|HL49||RE: Peter Delisle|
The information on the Peter Delisle memorial page is taken from a gravestone in the Pembina Cemetery I photographed this past summer. The stone has Peter's, Melie's, and Clement's information on it. I double-checked the dates and they match what is on the gravestone. I don't have any other information on Peter. I hope this helps!
Added by HL49 on Feb 20, 2015 5:08 PM
I just recently requested some additions to the Utha Jirschele Kille memorial #74239836. If you would go to your Profile page and select edits, you will see my proposed additions. Please consider them and check the appropriate box.
Floyd Beine (#47316659)
Added by Floyd on Sep 01, 2014 7:43 AM
|Kenneth Joseph Raposa||Genevieve Dansereau|
She is buried in Lot 23 of "Joseph A. Roy" with her husband Zotique C.. There are only two names engraved on the stone. Her maiden name was Lavoie and she is the sister of Marie Luce (Lavoie) Roy. I can scan and send you the cemetery record if you like. I will need your email address. Ken Raposa
Added by Kenneth Joseph Raposa on Oct 10, 2013 4:09 PM
|Kenneth Joseph Raposa||FAG # 117948501 (Dansereau)|
Lot 23 currently holds 8 burials with 5 additional reserved spaces. if you would like me to send you the cemetery record please email me. I have added 7 memorials on F.A.G. for lot 23.
Added by Kenneth Joseph Raposa on Oct 10, 2013 3:52 PM
|Cindy Hardin||Anton Sensenbrenner, #62118692|
Hello, Last night I went to the Elmhurst Cemetery to attempt to fill three photo requests. I managed to find Anton Sensenbrenner's headstone, I think, broken and in the middle of a tangle of day lilies. I managed to take a very poor photo of the headstone, which I do not think makes a very nice one to post. I will check with the caretaker to see what I can do to try and improve the site. Would you still want a photo of what I did take? I could e-mail it to you if you would want to check it over. Please let me know what you think.
Added by Cindy Hardin on Jun 26, 2013 6:16 AM
|Bill Bourbeau||A. Massicotte-Coutu|
Thanks for the birth/baptism info...I've added to the memorial.
Added by Bill Bourbeau on Feb 14, 2013 3:07 PM
Father: Barney Welsch born 1836 Switzerland, immigrated 1853
In 1880 worked in a Hub Factory as a wood turner
Mother: Sophia Welsch born 1846 or 1847 in Germany (Pomerania)
Clara 1866 or 1867
Amelia 1871 or 1872
Cecilia 1874 or 1875
Otto July 1876 Insurance Clerk
Edward June 1878 worked in Planing Mill
Helen November 1880
Nora March 1884 (probably died 6/15/1923 in Ohio)
Mary February 1886
It appears they lived on Broad Street in Menasha at the time of the 1880 census. This is two blocks from St. Mary's church on Second Street which is the German Catholic church in the area. Since Edward's mother Sophia is from Germany this is the most logical church for them to have attended. They probably would not have gone to St. John's on Fifth Street since that is the Polish Catholic church in the area and still did some masses in Polish at least up to a few years ago. St. Mary's church is most often associated with St. Mary's Cemetery and since Julius grew up here as a youth is very likely buried in St. Mary's Cemetery near his brother William.
Added by Nancy W on Jan 31, 2013 12:16 PM
We now have 7 inches of snow on top of the rain and it is still falling. That means spring must be around the corner for Wisconsin.
I found out quite a bit of information. I helped with indexing the 1940 census so I used that site to do research. I can either send you copies of the pages I found or type it out which ever you would prefer. If you would rather I still use Find a Grave just let me know and I can type it out because it won't allow me to send copies.
Added by Nancy W on Jan 30, 2013 3:38 PM
What church does the obit mention? That may come in handy. There is no hard and fast rule about the connection between churches and cemeteries but there are some local tendencies. One of the few things that outnumbers cemeteries here is churches.
Added by Nancy W on Jan 29, 2013 5:10 PM
|Nancy W||Julius Welsch/Welch|
So the plot thickens. Actually William Welch and several others are in the St. Mary Cemetery which is the only cemetery in the world with a railroad track running through it. I am familiar with that one but don't visit as often since it isn't within walking distance. It is about 7 miles away. It is where my Mother is buried and where I have my own plot. It won't be a final resting place with a train running through it and the 441 Interstate built behind it but I won't care. I can see my spot from the interstate. That cemetery has what is equivalent to a wooden telephone booth which contains a three ring binder with listings and locations. I don't know how often they replace it but last time it was pretty ragged and they had my Mother's information wrong. I can get there in the next few weeks. Today I would need a canoe. The snow melted and it has been raining on and off for two days. The ground is frozen so the water has no place to go. I'll check out all spellings of the name and check near the other Welch members. In this area more than half are Welch but we also have Welsch and Welsh. I have a few others on my list to continue investigating. I still haven't given up completely on Resthaven or St. Margaret's. It may be a few weeks but I'll let you know what I find.
Added by Nancy W on Jan 29, 2013 4:06 PM
|Nancy W||Julius Welsch|
I photographed the entire cemetery this summer and onlined the last of my photos this weekend. I did not find a photo for Julius Welsch. I checked with the City of Menasha office today and the secretary did not find a listing for him either. There are four cemeteries in this area which almost merge and often one is confused for the other. One, the Menasha cemetery Blocks 1 and 2, is too old with burials from the late 1800 and early 1900. Oakhill has an online listing and he is not on that. It is possible he is in St. Margaret's cemetery but I have not found a consistantly helpful source for listings. I will continue to look in that cemetery as the weather improves. Could he be buried near any other family members with a name other than Welsch?
Added by Nancy W on Jan 28, 2013 3:58 PM
|Paul Wilcox||RE: Joseph H Wilcott|
Sure, happy to help.
Added by Paul Wilcox on Jul 27, 2012 8:56 PM
|Vickie Schnitzler||Utha & Marcellus Kille|
In addition to Utha's pictures, I have also created a memorial for Marcellus and added his pictures.
And also for Otto and Caroline Kille.
Added by Vickie Schnitzler on Aug 18, 2011 1:50 PM
|Lisa Polster||RE: Emma Johnson|
You're very Welcome!!!!
Added by Lisa Polster on Jul 26, 2011 7:23 PM
|Edward Stiver||Joseph Wilcott|
I am the great great grandson of Joseph Wilcott. My name is Ed Stiver. I live in Merrill, WI. I have a picture of G G Grandpas grave marker. Is this what you are looking for?
Added by Edward Stiver on Feb 12, 2011 1:48 PM
|Stan Garrity||RE: Joseph Wilcott Photo Request|
You are very welcome
Added by Stan Garrity on Nov 25, 2010 7:33 AM