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Al Gruling (#46921141)
 member for 7 years, 2 months, 12 days
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Bio Photo I was born in Germantown, Wisconsin and have lived all my life in Wisconsin. I enjoy working with the East Troy Area Historical Society, Walworth Co. Genealogical Society and walking cemeteries. Being a volunteer for 'Find a Grave" is very rewarding when I can help someone with a picture of their families tombstones.
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Susan S
Elizabeth Dunlap/Wales
#22605011. Nice job - lots of typing.
Thanks, Susan
Added by Susan S on Sep 08, 2014 7:01 AM
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Robert Kuhmann
Wisconsin History (and more)...
Some of my non-profit "works" on Wisconsin History (and other topics) can be downloaded / viewed, here (for FREE):
Added by Robert Kuhmann on Sep 02, 2014 11:30 AM
Robert Kuhmann
Mason Family
Thank you for your contributions - to both Find-A-Grave - and your community (4H and the maintenance of those HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT grave-sites)! I believe that such works helps to convey a "sense of belonging, and permanence" to our youth. (Father of 4, grandpa to 5, with a 6th in the oven - I shall turn 63 in a week.) -RCK, Delavan, WI.
Added by Robert Kuhmann on Sep 02, 2014 11:26 AM
Robert Kuhmann
133874091 / 21625025 / 21625359
You said, "I do not know much about the Mason family, but I will ask a friend that works in the Mukwonago Museum. are you a member of the Mason family? if you are I would be happy to turn over the management to you. Added by Al Gruling on Sep 02, 2014 7:22 AM".

Feel free to turn-over the management of the MASON memorials. I am working on that line as a historian. Albeit that we aren't "directly" related to the Mason family - our interest hails from the fact that Sewall Andrews and Sarah Resseguie-Andrews are 4th-Great-Grand-Uncle and Aunt to my son (3rd to his mom, and 2nd to his living grandma). As you may know, Sarah J. Mason-Meacham-Andrews was Sewall's 2nd wife. She is therefore a "step-Aunt", by marriage. We visited the "Red Brick Museum" in July. Seems my son was the FIRST genuine "relative" of the founders of Mukwonago to make an in-person visit - in a long time! Most everyone else is dead!

Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 11 years, 6 months, 15 days.
Added by Robert Kuhmann on Sep 02, 2014 8:46 AM
Robert Kuhmann
133874091 / 21625025 / 21625359
What can you tell us about: Sarah J. Mason-Meacham-Andrews, b.~1828-32, d.???? (daughter of Julius Herman Mason 1798-1896 & Mary E. Stanton-Mason 1807-1879)? Sarah J., married (1st), Edgar Meacham 1818-1856. Then, and upon his demise, she married (2nd), Sewall Andrews 1807-1887, and thereby became a 4th-Great-Grand-Aunt (by marriage) to my son (b.1998) as, Sewall's (1st-wife) Sarah Resseguie-Andrews (1818-1861) was a sister to my son's 4th-Great-Grand-mother, Jane Resseguie-Van_Valin. Does ANYONE "know" where "Sarah J." was buried? And is the painting (at the "Red Brick Museum" of Mukwonago, WI. - the former Andrews home), genuinely of Sarah J. Mason, or is that one, of Sarah Resseguie? The Resseguie-Van_Valin line is buried at Caldwell's Prairie Cemetery, Rochester Twp., Racine Co., WI. (just to the east of East Troy), as you probably know... my son's 4th & 5th G-G-parents are there, having arrived at "Pike River" in 1836 with the Caldwell families, of Joseph and Tyler.

Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 11 years, 6 months, 14 days.
Added by Robert Kuhmann on Sep 01, 2014 9:40 AM
Joe Kolodziej
Hillbruner or Hilbruner?
Al, just was wondering why the 3 memorials in Bloomfield Cemetery have their names spelled with one "L", while the headstones that are pictured have the names spelled with two "L's". I just happened to be researching for Hilbruner relatives and came across your postings.

Added by Joe Kolodziej on Jul 20, 2014 1:42 PM
Richard Juhl
Websters @ Oak Ridge Cemetery
Thanks, Al, for the great photos of Caleb and Nancy Webster's gravestone. And a special thanks for finding the inscription for Henry Clay Webster (1844-1862), one of their sons. He was previously pretty much of an unknown. Much gratitude to you....Richard
Added by Richard Juhl on Jun 01, 2014 12:24 PM
Mary Sicard
Edwin Heimbach
Do you think you could look again at his tombstone and see if you can determine the death date.
Added by Mary Sicard on May 30, 2014 3:33 PM
Bill Boggess
Andrew Heimbauch
I created a memorial for Andrew and requested a photo. I don't have any dates etc so hope they are on the stone.

Added by Bill Boggess on May 30, 2014 3:26 PM
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