Photos Thank you for taking photos of my ancestors' Monuments at East Side Cemetery in Dodgeville, WI. I am the Great (x3) grandson of Alexander Allison (1812-1896) & Elsie Barker Allison (1811-1884) and also the Great (x3) grandson of Henry Dunstan (1812-1868) & Elizabeth Prideaux Dunstan (1817-1893). In fact a great many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins are buried in East Side Cemetery. My Great (x2) grandfather Samuel Dunstan was a soldier in Company C of the 31st Regiment Wisconsin Volunteers. Many of his fellow Union soldiers are also buried in that cemetery. Would you consider granting me permission to use some of your monument photos? Again, thank you for taking them.
Michael Kilbride hi Raven, thank you for responding. I contacted the church a while back and found it wasn't my Michael Kilbride. Your Michael had a wife, Eleanor and several children of names i didn't know. Mine left a widow, Margaret, and different named children. My Michael also died around 1886, My next search will be for Margaret's grave. Thank you again for your response. Nancy Sansone
Field Headstones Thank you SO much for the photographs of my Field ancestors' headstones. It means so much to me to find these and have them in our history! Every bit of information helps and the headstones are very important to me :) Jennie Masanz