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Mosquito Zapper (#47628882)
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Bio Photo I've been interested in exploring and photographing cemeteries for several years. I thought i was just weird until I discovered other people with the same interests on websites devoted to cemetery art, and then on DeviantArt.
Another deviant directed me to this website and I find it WAY more interesting than Facebook. I also like to trace my genealogy and the original spelling of my surname is actually Lithuanian. I would be most interested in contact with anyone else researching that surname.
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Henrietta Gronke
I spent a half an hour working on this lady...only to find out she is buried in a Potter's Field with no stone.
Sorry..
Added by APRIL HAUBERT on Apr 27, 2014 8:52 PM
Sandra Todd
Carl Arndt
Thank you for finding Arndt's gravesite!!!
Added by Sandra Todd on Feb 02, 2014 12:41 PM
Barbara Hoffman
thank you
Thank you so much. The last time I was there I thought I looked at every headstone. (Not a big cemetery) And I did not see it.
Added by Barbara Hoffman on Aug 15, 2013 12:11 AM
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William Koch
Thank you
Added by Rice County Research on Jul 15, 2013 5:26 PM
bert64
RE: John H. Baumann
It was real nice of you to go to all the trouble. I would have been happy for just the copy of the shared stone. I didn't want to copy it over without your permission, some photographers are picky about that. I know how cold it gets up north as I'm from Michigan and we would often visit my mothers family in Wisconsin. Would you mind if I use your photo's for my family tree as I would add you with the credit of taking it? Stay warm Mosquito.
Added by bert64 on Jan 20, 2013 8:58 PM
bert64
Hilda Ortmann Baumann
Thank you for the photo for Hilda. Would it be alright if I could add the stone for her Husband John to as it's a joint stone with full credit to you for taking it or you could post it for him to?
Added by bert64 on Jan 19, 2013 8:10 PM
KR
John Wild
Thanks for picture! I also noticed that the date on the stone is different than what most people have as his date of death.
Added by KR on Nov 03, 2012 7:05 AM
GMACC1
ewert pictures
thanks for the pictures. vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Oct 29, 2012 2:09 PM
randall gove
Peterborn Zehren
Thank you
Added by randall gove on Aug 22, 2012 10:31 PM
TimeTraveler
RE: Labbey twins
I would go with you and help as I am right here.

The 7th floor Special Collections library at UWGB is the historical society repository for all things Wisconsin and some counties in upper Michigan. Though I haven't been snooping there in about five years now, there is a mind-blowing amount of information there. Parking stinks but a short walk is well worth it. Plan to spend a day there!

My dad's birth announcement wasn't important either. He was a premie but back in 1917 the war was big news, not a birth.
Added by TimeTraveler on Aug 18, 2012 1:16 PM
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