Thank you for the pictures.
Added by Barbara Erdmann on Nov 30, 2013 12:54 PM
|Miklich||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 113607356|
Could you tell me if there were any other unmarked graves near this one? I am looking for the parents (Wilhelm and Caroline)and other siblings.
Added by Miklich on Nov 17, 2013 4:35 PM
|Barry L Griggs||Photo of George & Anna Beyer|
Thank you so much for the picture of George & Anna Beyer's grave. George & Anna are my Great Great Grandparent's who moved to this country from Germany/Poland. My Great Grandfather Gustave Beyer moved from Pestigo, WI to Jacksonville, FL back in the 1920's so the Florida Beyer's do no know much about their relatives in Wisconsin.
Added by Barry L Griggs on Nov 15, 2013 2:57 PM
|Dennis Bell||Pierce Alder|
Thank you SO MUCH for finding their tombstones!!! It is really appreciated. Great detective work. Great genealogy work. :) Thanks again. Dennis
Added by Dennis Bell on Nov 11, 2013 2:37 PM
|Mary Priske Fecteau||RE: Olive & Leroy Puestow @ Washington Co. Memorial|
You're very welcome! I took photos of some other Puestow headstones that were very close to Leroy & Olive's headstone. I thought they might be relatives. If they are, and you create memorials for them, I'll add the photos. These are the other Puestow headstones I found:
Janet J. Puestow (1941 - 1972)
Allen E. Puestow (1940 - )
Arthur R. Puestow (1899 - 1972)
Edna M. Puestow (1905 - 1980)
Married Nov. 6, 1923
Arthur O. Puestow (1935 - 2007)
Robert E. Puestow (1942 - 2012)
Added by Mary Priske Fecteau on Nov 10, 2013 12:45 PM
|cjc47||Christiansen and Sharpe|
Thank you very much for adding photos of grave markers for Mary and Charles Chrisitansen and Amanda and Benjamin Sharpe.....relatives of mine.
It adds so much to a memorial to have these photos. I admire you and others who do this photography and posting.....you are greatly appreciated!
Clarice Coleman cjc47 at Find A Grave
Added by cjc47 on Nov 06, 2013 9:17 AM
|Miklich||Find A Grave Memorial# 113607356|
This may be the grave of Charles Marquardt, the son of William and Caroline Marquardt. His name appears on the 1880 census for Peshtigo. On the census, the last name has been was misspelled as "Makquet." He was born in 1877. There was another son, Albert who may be buried nearby. I am also looking for the graves of William and Caroline. I suspect that they may also be in this cemetery. Any help would be appreciated.
Added by Miklich on Nov 05, 2013 7:35 PM
|AlongTheWay||RE: Richard Kerr - Memorial# 117843833|
Thanks for the transfer - updates have been added. Richard's father was Hugh Kerr (b. abt 1904). Hugh must have re-married after the death of his 1st wife, Agnes.
Added by AlongTheWay on Oct 31, 2013 5:24 AM
|Wendol Jarvis||Katherine Pergoli at Riverside Cemetery|
Dear L Evans,
I am so deeply grateful that you took the time to investigate and photograph the headstone of my great great grandmother,Katherine Pergoli. I've had a great deal of difficulty locating information about her and her husband. Your generous contribution of time has helped me immensely. Thank you again.
Jan Pergoli Jarvis
Overland Park, Kansas
Added by Wendol Jarvis on Aug 25, 2013 5:24 PM
|Jan ||Katherine Pergoli|
We are traveling to Peshtigo from Kansas City on September 16 to see my great, great grandmother's grave (Katherine Pergoli) in the Riverside Cemetery in Peshtigo. Have you seen her grave? I called the cemetery and the gentleman who answered the phone said they don't have a Katherine Pergoli buried there.
What part of the cemetery is her grave located? Any help you can provide would be deeply appreciated.
Thank you so much.
Jan Pergoli Jarvis
Added by Jan on Aug 23, 2013 7:55 PM
|Cindy Gard||Bannow grave stones|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the grave stones of my family. It was such an emotional feeling to see the marker of our beloved uncle Norman and to realize no one had added his death date. I would have loved to walk with you at the cemetery and see the Bannow grave sites for myself. If you can I would like to see Gust Bannow's marker. He was killed in an accident at the paper mill and left a wife and 3 small children one of those was Norman. It was a tragic day when Gust died and was written up in the Peshtigo Times. Thank you again for your time and interest in family history.
Cindy Gard, Texas
Added by Cindy Gard on Jul 17, 2013 7:17 AM
|Gayle ||Shirley Lange nee Fisher|
I have been trying to locate Shirley Lange's memorial/obituary which you've requested. Wisconsin Memorial says they do not have her in their cemetery. Do you have any further information on her?
Do you know her middle name or initial? Also, her husband Walter--does he have the middle initial P or T? T is listed on findagrave memorial, but P is on the marker.
I have been locating and photographing the Lange family at Wisconsin Memorial in hopes of finding her listed on someone's memorial, but haven't located her yet. I've added a lot of the Lange family at Wisconsin Memorial, but have plenty more to go.
Any additional information would help in the search.
Added by Gayle on Jul 11, 2013 11:47 PM
|Lynniep2000||Arligton - Hanneman|
I just claimed your requests for Arlington Park Cemetery. I just wanted to let you know that Henrietta Hanneman is not interred in this cemetery per their online data base. I will get the rest of the photos over the weekend and get them posted for you :)
Added by Lynniep2000 on Jun 11, 2013 11:12 AM