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I am an avid genealogist, librarian, photographer, hiker and reader. These all work very well together and I am willing to hike to a cemetery to take photos if I can.|
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|April Benedict||Julius Cecere|
Thanksyou for the transfer.
|Donna & Wayne Cain||Frank & Phillipina Brecht|
Thank You for the transfer.
Donna and Wayne Cain
|JudyH||RE: Marnich Updates|
I've had the same thing with Czechoslovakia, part of which is now knows as the Czech Republic, so I use that. Most of the cities aren't fount either. Thanks for your help.
Added by JudyH on Apr 27, 2012 6:21 PM
Hi, Benjamin and Nettie are my grandparents. I am new to Find a Grave and just figuring everything out. This is a real kick in the pants for me that their cemetery plots look so neglected. I will get them cleaned up and polished ASAP! Bennie and Nettie are certainly not forgotten and I can embelish their memorial pages beautifully. I am very active on Ancestry.com, so this is a new layer for my family documentation. I am a librarian also and genealogy intrigues me. :) May I please get the management of their memorial pages transfered to me? Thank-you so much for entering them into the Find a Grave database.
|Rich Dohm||Wachsmuth ~ Greenwood Cemetery|
Thanks for making all those repairs, I'm grateful. Rich.
|Rich Dohm||Henry Julian Wachsmuth ~ Greenwood Cemetery|
Hello Lanica. I was just going through some photos you provided, and wanted to thank you again. I read a description under the Waschmuth lot overview photo you posted (in 6 places) and wanted to ask you to modify the description text, for clarity. If you would. At the end of the 3rd sentence, before the word "wife" insert: 1st. And after the very last paragraph word "Waschmuth" insert: Henry's 2nd wife. That will yield the following:
This Wachsmuth plot holds the family of Henry Julian Wachsmuth. There are not dates on the monument. The raised stone near the center is for Elsie V. Burris Wachsmuth, Henry's 1st wife. The smaller raised stone is for Viola, a baby. Near the tree is a flat headstone for Julian Henry and Eva. Directly to the left of the monument is Henry, to the right is Lena Marie Tetzner Wachsmuth, Henry's 2nd wife.
Copy this repaired text, and paste it HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE and HERE.
All done, hope I made it easy. Thanks in advance, I'm grateful. Rich Dohm.
|James Seidelman||Pastor, Russell D. Farley|
Pastor Russell D. Farley, 73, of Hixton, WI, aka Auctioneer J.K. McGregor (Fairchild), passed away June 11, 2011, at Black River Memorial Hospital in Black River Falls, WI, surrounded with the love and prayers of his family, sons Wade, Wesley and Nathan Farley; daughter, Wanda Ottow; and Pastor Plowman (Tomah).
He was born June 30, 1937, to Ella O. Shanty and Lloyd D. Farley in Florence, NY. Russell was a pastor in Thorp, WI, and in Minnesota. He was known in the Fairchild, WI, area as J.K. McGregor, auctioneer. For the last six years he resided in Hixton.
Rest in peace, you will be greatly missed. You blessed so many others with your love, kindness and guidance.
Burial and service will be held at Fort Snelling National Cemetery in St. Paul, MN, at a later date. Contact Wanda at 715-533-0564 for final arrangements.
Condolences can be mailed to Farley family, c/o W. Ottow, 601 S. Hayden St., Merrillan WI 54754.
Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Published 14 June 2011
|T Linn||Elmer Beebe - pictures|
Thank you so much for your time and effort in going to the cemetery and finding Elmer Beebe and taking the pictures of his headstone.
We really appreciate it! Thank you!!
Added by T Linn on Jul 19, 2011 8:18 PM
|Rene Saenz-Tanner||Belle Leihy|
Thank you so much for the photo for her memorial...looks great. Appreciate your time.
|Thelma Dickinson Moye||Henry Gotham|
Thank you so much for the photo. It really adds to the memorial.
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