|Nadeen Sobottka (#47145936)|
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I was born and raised in Milwaukee County, WI, and I am one of five children born to Donald and Lorraine (Kazmierski) Hastings. I really enjoy working on genealogy and have posted family tombstones from various states.|
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|Louis Roth||Willette Pierce McNary|
wondering if I may use your photo in my tree?
|Virginia D||RE: Henry & Marian King @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
|chuck cummins||Hugh Mc Intyre vs Hugh Mac Intyre|
Nadeen - I deleted my memorial, although according to the Veteran's Affairs, the correct spelling IS
Mc Intyre. I realise the stone shows Mac Intyre.
One of those little mysteries.
1. MC INTYRE, HUGH
PVT CO C 12 NJ INF US ARMY
DATE OF DEATH: 07/01/1872
BURIED AT: SECTION 6 SITE 3 Click to view the cemetery map
WOOD NATIONAL CEMETERY
5000 WEST NATIONAL AVE. BLDG. 1301 MILWAUKEE, WI 53295
|Stu (Koblentz) Haley||RE: Eva McCullough @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
|Lenora (Weber) Mulock||McCormick|
thank you so much for the transfer.
|Phillip||RE: Wood - Double|
Look at the cross at the top.
Added by Phillip on Jul 13, 2014 6:12 AM
|Phillip||Wood - Double|
Find A Grave Memorial# 2925335
His wife was buried in Mar and the tombstone was change. The husband side of the tombstone is different now.
Added by Phillip on Jul 12, 2014 2:39 PM
|A. Nelson||Henry & Minnie Cohen|
Thank you very much for the transfers.
|Steven Wiezbicki||Corporal Henry Albertson, Co. G, 169th N.Y.|
Thank you, Nadeen, for the excellent photograph of Corp. Henry Albertson's gravestone.
- Steven Wiezbicki, Historian of the 169th N.Y.
At Wood I have taken a lot of pictures over the last 6 years. I maybe double up on at 1% of them.
1. This year I know for 30+ because some one was doing requests that he didn't claim. And I complete the requests as normal.
2. Sometimes I get private requests to take a better picture.
3. When a spouse is added to the grave, the marker is changed and I will take both sides again.
There is a double on my father's grave. One by himself and the other with my mother.
Added by Phillip on Jul 03, 2014 11:30 PM
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