|Janet Marie||Jahnke photos|
Thanks for taking photos of the Jahnke graves. It is very much appreciated.
Added by Janet Marie on Apr 22, 2013 4:17 PM
|Janet Marie||Eunice Starin|
Thanks for trying to find Eunice Starin's grave for me. I appreciate your effort.
Added by Janet Marie on Apr 22, 2013 4:12 PM
Thank you for taking the photo of the gravestone for Howard and Nellie Poling in the Greenwood Cemetery, St. Croix Co. WI. It was very helpful!
Added by Monty Christiansen on Apr 22, 2013 2:55 PM
How are you Laura? I love the name Greenshields. Unfortunately the only Greenshields photo I have is Catherine (Greenshields) Graham whom married my Great great grandfather John Ormiston Graham.
I am a descendant of their son Gavin "Guy" Ormiston Graham and his wife Marion Collison (Duff) Graham.
I found a website that has a blurry photo of David and Ellen (Greenshields) Graham. David is John O. Graham's brother. They married sisters.
I have a photo album that my Great-grandfather Guy kept - they are all Graham's, except maybe some cousins that I am having a hard time identifying.
I'm actually on vacation right now at home so I have some time to play around with the photos again that I have been trying to scan and put on Find-a-Grave. I have already added a bunch, maybe you have seen them already for John O. Graham and family.
Talk to you soon,
Added by Ryan-O on Mar 19, 2013 9:43 AM
|Lisa Moschkau||Bredahl Photos|
Thanks so much for your volunteer work. It means a lot to those of us who live far away.
Lisa Peterson Moschkau
Added by Lisa Moschkau on Nov 24, 2012 11:08 AM
|kelsel29||Noah P. Gibbs|
Thanks Laura for the picture of Noah's grave.
Added by kelsel29 on Aug 31, 2012 6:05 PM
Thanks for looking for her grave. I'm sure it is the one next to Noah Gibbs. Will have to try and find my dates another way. : )
Added by kelsel29 on Aug 31, 2012 6:01 PM
|Gareth Horvath||unmarked sites|
I suggest checking the University Archives at UWRF. All of the cemetery's were surveyed, read and indexed in the 70's, 80's and 90's and are on file there. Sometimes there is additional information from cemetery records or church records if they were located. As far as reading old stones I have had limited luck with rubbings onto paper which is covered in the Find A Grave forums on this site. The best way is to be aware of the sun in relation to the face of the stone. If you time your visit so that it is perpendicular to the face the light casts shadows which can improve readability quite a lot.
Added by Gareth Horvath on Aug 21, 2012 3:32 PM
|Quadrunner||Electa (Wildman) Wilhelm|
Thank you for your efforts in the search for Electa. I'm sure she is buried near John Wilhelm. I's to bad about the missing and broken Headstones.
Thanks again for your time. It is very appreciated.
Added by Quadrunner on Aug 19, 2012 5:11 PM
Thanks you so much for adding the photo of my gt. gt. grandparents graves. It is nice to know where they are and be able to visit them virtually.
Added by Rebecca Martin on Aug 17, 2012 2:37 PM