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Most but not all of my memorials are family, however if someone is a closer relation please let me know and I will gladly transfer.|
Always grateful for additonal biographical information and photos to add these memorials.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed, and very dear.
So much has changed since you've been gone, through ups and downs our lives move on,
But as time rolls by one thing remains true,
We'll always have memories of you.
- Author Unknown
How many ancestors do you have?
2nd Great-Grandparents 16
3rd Great-Grandparents 32
4th Great-Grandparents 64
5th Great-Grandparents 128
6th Great-Grandparents 256
7th Great-Grandparents 512
8th Great-Grandparents 1,024
9th Great-Grandparents 2,048
10th Great-Grandparents 4,096
11th Great-Grandparents 8,192
12th Great-Grandparents 16,384
13th Great-Grandparents 32,768
14th Great-Grandparents 65,536
15th Great-Grandparents 131,072
16th Great-Grandparents 262,144
17th Great-Grandparents 524,288
18th Great-Grandparents 1,048,576
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Carolyn, Evangeline Bass, Janell Brichace..., Jeremy Bock, Lochner, mark lindamood, Michele M., mjshistory, Scott Balyer, Shirley (Bruhn)..., Thomas Mone
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Hi Roger, I tried leaving a message once before but don't see it listed here. I was wondering if you are a relative to the Schmidt's and if so would you like to get in touch with me. My husband's mother's family are Schmidts.
|Don Blauvelt||RE: Josiah Goodrich|
Nothing wrong with my email address. Use my original SAG message to you by inserting your response and cut in my email address in that SAG in place of the "no reply" for the reply address
|Ron Roberson||Wannalls at Glenwood|
I was in the office at Glenwood this morning, and in the card catalog I found ten cards for people with the Wannall surname; one of them has several names on it. I photographed the ten cards and would be happy to send the pictures to you. Could you provide an email address? Thanks,
|Ron Roberson||RE: Wannall|
You're welcome...and this also pretty much confirms that William Wannall's grave is not marked.
|Ron Roberson||William Wannall|
Yesterday I was at Glenwood and looked for the grave of William Tell Wannall. According to cemetery records he is in Section O, Lot 75. I went to the area and did not find his grave, but I will check again in more detail next week. However, in that area there was a grave of Mary E. Wannall (1862-1940). On the same stone is the name of Beulah Quigley 1898-1958. If you'd like to create memorials for either or both of them, I'd be happy to post the photos.
|Ron Roberson||RE: Wannall|
Thanks for your note. If you know of other family members buried at Glenwood I'd be happy to look them up and, who knows, that might be a way of locating the grave you're looking for.
No problem taken your photo's. I have been working in that area of the cemetery but other side of the road so we had one day weather was not to cold so I went out and did several in that area as well. Connie works at cemetery so shw already has many photos done there. If you have any other family in area and need help with I would be glad to help in any way.
Looking forward to spring
|K.E. Hagmann-Lee||Agnes Sidal's Parents|
I saw your note on my cousin's, Darlene Schleigh, Find A Grave webpage about Agnes Sidal and was wondering if you knew who her parents are? Kristina
|Almon Bock||RE: Bock of Wisconsin|
My Bock family, as far as I know (there are always surprises, aren't there?), was centered around Stockholm in Pepin County, with one family in the Wausau area, and many others in and around La Crosse.
You can look at my public tree - Bo Bock Heritage - on Ancestry.com, for more detailed information. I have traced them back to the late 1500's in Belgium, thanks to a Swedish cousin I latched on to in 2011.
What would you like to know in particular? Maybe a couple of quick questions might solve the whole mystery.
3837 Minnesota Lane N
Plymouth, MN 55446
|Clinton McClellan Smith||RE: Campbell|
All of the information that I have on the Campbells
I got from the cemetery director in Hebron.
I would suggest that you contact the Washington County Historian, Loretta Bates, at Fort Edwards. Her email address is email@example.com
If you are able to make some connections I would appreciate hearing about it.
Best of luck,
Clinton McClellan Smith
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