If you do not have your messages enabled or an email address to which I can respond don't expect an answer. This is a more common than I ever thought it could be.
The discrepancy between our added and managed memorials result from taken over some memorials from a fallen graver.
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RE: Sara, Sounds good. I have run into folks having stones in two cemeteries. Hard to know where the actual body is but without the cemetery office letting us know, it just stays as is. I guess it doesn't really matter unless a family member wants to visit the "actual" site. Thanks for checking. Someday I'll tell you my story about finding a stone in a graveyard that did not belong there. Man, that put so many flags up everyone's pole, even the cops got involved.
RE: Bellin Marie W. E. Bellin mentioned in the record of August W. F. Kranner and Marie W. E. Bellin Name August W. F. Kranner Birthplace Fremont, Wis. Spouse's Name Marie W. E. Bellin Spouse's Birthplace Caledonia, Waupaca Co. Event Date 25 Nov 1899 Event Place Caledonia, Waupaca, Wisconsin Father's Name August Kranner Mother's Name Louise Schmidt Spouse's Father's Name Herman Bellin Spouse's Mother's Name Louise Klockziene Race White Spouse's Race White CITING THIS RECORD
"Wisconsin, Marriages, 1836-1930," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XR27-FRG : accessed 25 November 2015), August W. F. Kranner and Marie W. E. Bellin, 25 Nov 1899; citing reference cn 214 p 88; FHL microfilm 1,275,606.
RE: Francis / Herman Bellin Not related to your Bellin's (I don't think...) We are related to the Bellin's buried in ND (Erie Cemetetry). Actually related to the Marquardt's who MARRIED a Bellin. Thanks, Judy