|Greg R (#48062045)|
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|C Gengler||151963284 Frances Bingen|
Hello Greg, I see that you claimed a photo request for Frances Bingen in Barton, WI at St. Mary's Immaculate Con. OLD. I happened to be taking a whole row of tombstone pictures at that cemetery which included Frances Bingen. Sorry, I did not see that you claimed it. I apologize. But I didn't want you to waste a trip to the cemetery. I have posted the tombstone photo for Frances Bingen. Sincerely, C. Gengler
|Judy H||RE: Bio Entry|
I'm always willing to add info to a bio. If it's long, just type up, send in an email and I'll copy and paste. I don't include living persons, and I don't personally like to add a death notice as a jpg.
I'm not related so I don't mind transferring. The memorial was just made from a random photo I took. Just use the edit tab on the memorial as it's easier that way, if you want to request a transfer.
Added by Judy H on Apr 11, 2015 7:18 PM
|JudyH||RE: transfer of management|
Hi Greg - It was my husband who was Army MP. He got stationed where I lived -> military pickup -> I moved to where he was from. I try to leave military flag on all memorials where I see service.
Have a god day.
Added by JudyH on Jan 23, 2015 8:08 AM
Thanks for posting the photo! I was really curious to see what it looked like after reading in a Washington County history book that he chose the stone himself.
Added by Anewsgal on Oct 26, 2013 11:53 PM
|Anewsgal||RE: Horace Haner|
Yes, please post a photo and I can't thank you enough for your effort. I really appreciate.
Added by Anewsgal on Oct 26, 2013 7:05 PM
Thank you for trying to find Horace Haner at Cedar Creek - Maxon Cemetery. There was an old story that he had found a large stone on his farm and requested that it be his tombstone. Supposedly one of his sons, when the time came that the stone was needed, carved Horace's name on it along with a picture of a cat, as Horace was a cat fancier. Maybe over the years, the stone was removed.
I thank you for your effort.
Added by Anewsgal on Oct 25, 2013 10:22 PM
|Jerry Stremcha||Albertine Glander Tombstone|
Thank you for taking the picture. I noticed if I want a better picture, I got some work to do in the future.
|Debra||Oscar Zielicke Grave|
Hello Again Greger,
Thank you so much for the beautiful photo. It looks like he was listed at the wrong cemetery too. Thanks for figuring it out.
I would love to add a copy of your photo to my on-line tree. If it is OK with you, I always add photo and Find A Grave credit.
Added by Debra on Aug 07, 2013 2:44 PM
|Debra||Johann Fredrich Zielicke Grave|
Thank you so much for looking. Another volunteer found it at what must be another cemetery nearby (St Killians). He is working to get the error fixed.
Added by Debra on Aug 07, 2013 2:40 PM
Thank you for the photo of Joseph & Mary Lischka's headstone. I really appreciate the work you do.
Added by Sonia on Aug 02, 2013 2:42 PM
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