|Steve Seim (#47256753)|
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I am an attorney and court commissioner in Dodge County, Wisconsin. My lovely wife Julie and our kids Philip and Grace (and dog Howie) enjoy exploring cemeteries with me.|
Like most of my fellow gravers, I do this to preserve the history of those who came before us and the often beautiful works of art that mark their final resting places - and to make the information more accessible to those who might be searching for it.
My information comes from a variety of sources, including older cemetery transcriptions done by others. Feel free to contact me with corrections, additional information, transfer requests, questions, etc. I'll be happy to help if I can, or point you in the right direction if I can't.
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For those with any interest in asylum, poor farm, and other institutional cemeteries in Wisconsin, check out my website:
Wisconsin's Institutional Cemeteries
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"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?'" John 11:25-26
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Thank you so very much for the transfers of my family members. I certainly appreciate all of your help! Jill
|Janet Dunlap||RE: Mercer County Farm Cemetery|
Yes, the cemetery is just across the field and in a gully to the west of the airport. The gully is overgrown and the markers are hidden within the brush. Jan
|Bob and Nan at Digital Magic Photography||RE: Anamosa State Penitentiary Cemetery|
Steve: Thank you, we did not take photos of all the graves at Anamosa. I had thought that someone was working on doing that from Find A Grave, however, I may be wrong. It was definitely and interesting place and to read about the prison was fascinating. I believe part of it was built by some of the prisoners housed there.
I also believe that John Gacy was housed there as a prisoner until he was executed. It has been a long time since I saw some of the history that is possible I may be mistaken.
|Michael Malloy||RE: Perley J. Burleton|
Thank you, I apologize for my tardiness, but I don't get in here often.
RuthAnn & Mike
Thank you for the tombstone photos. I appreciate the time it took for you to do this.
Added by Sorella on Feb 23, 2014 3:30 PM
|Phyllis Wallington||RE: McHenry County Cemetery|
Unfortunately, I have never been able to physically locate the cemetery although I have only attempted twice. The records I have are an old map with a handwritten circle on the area indicating the burial grounds. The last time I was out there I found no signs. The map indicates the cemetery to be south of Nelson Rd.,a bit west of Hartland Rd. The map indicates a section # of 22 in Hartland Township. Sorry I could not be of more assistance. Good luck!
|Ann Brown||George Drake's stone|
Steve, thank you so much for your attention to my request for a photo for George Drake's stone. I do the same thing for people in my area.
Every little bit helps.
|Jackie||RE: Muscatine County Home Cemetery|
Sorry but I don't know the GPS coordinates but the cemetery is located on the land with the Discovery Center in Muscatine, Iowa.
Added by Jackie on Feb 19, 2014 7:17 PM
|Debra Richards Toms||Lee County Poor Farm|
Yes I can get the GPS location, its out in the country and I just happen to come by it. I do have full list of who is there from the LCGS, any certain names you are looking for?
Thank you very much for the photos of the three Lenz children.
Added by Sorella on Feb 16, 2014 3:12 PM
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