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I feel that every person has a story and shouldn't be forgotten. I try to maintain and provide as much info about each memorial as possible in hopes of preserving history for current researchers as well as future generations.|
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|Julee Judkins Hicks||Harry MIlls|
Thanks for linking him to Phebe
|Richard Jordan||RE: Jones in Nations Cemetery|
Good luck with that many Jones you will need it. Thanks for the positive comments.
|Richard Jordan||Patterson marker|
Any idea on the meaning of the shape of the marker?
|Richard Jordan||Richard Jornes|
Just wanted to tell you about a strange coincidence with your email. Last night about the time you mailed this request I was telling a friend about a Richard Jones that shot my wife's gggrandfather in Jackson County in 1863. No clue or connection that this is the same person but it is kinda of spooky.
Thanks for the additional information and DC
Just wanted to tell you thanks for posting Arnold's grave and for transferring it to me.
I appreciate your assistance.
|Richard Ross||RE: David Wayman|
You're not the only one that makes mistakes. I've made more than my share of them. It's a good thing that we have each other, as well as other members, to point out our mistakes so that we can correct them. You do a great job, so don't let a few mistakes slow you down. Keep up the good work, and have a great day!
|Dorothy Walker||RE: Sophia H Kreier Fetting|
I don't have the day only the month & year of her birth: Sept 1975 in Wisconsin.
According to my info, it doesn't appear that the Anna Schultz Jaros is her mother (birthdate is only a couple years different).
This is what I have on Sophia's mother:
Her mother was Hannah Schultze, she went by nicknames of Anne & Johanna. She was born around 1850 in Brunswick, Germany to Frederic & Hannah "Anna" (maiden name unknown)(b. 1810 German) Schulze. Immagrated to US in 1866, married Herman Leonard Kreier Sr on 7/24/1870 in Madison, Dane, WI. She wasn't in the 1920 census, & I haven't found a 1910 census, she was in the 1905 WI Census, so I assume she passed away before 1920.
|junebug||RE: Nations family|
No problem, no hurry. Even next year would be fine. =0)
Just kidding with the "next year" comment (as thats only
about two weeks from now).
I'll be praying for your ya'll. I'm sorry your husband's not well.
Seems a lots being passed around this fall.
As for working on Christmas lists...lol, my son and I were
working on our lists today, too... as were a lot of other
So, again, no problem.
Added by junebug on Dec 17, 2012 2:57 PM
There are 3 other Schwankes in that cemetery.
|Kent Gebhard||P. S.|
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