Thank you I appreciate the encouragement.
|Cheryl ||RE: august kannenberg|
I'm not sure, I would try to contact Find a Grave and ask them. Sorry for not being of any help!
Added by Cheryl on Feb 20, 2015 4:30 PM
|Cheryl ||RE: hi cheryl....|
I don't understand your message????
Added by Cheryl on Feb 20, 2015 10:35 AM
|Cheryl ||August Kannenberg|
Find A Grave Memorial# 76786268.....This seems to be a duplicate
Added by Cheryl on Feb 19, 2015 8:28 AM
|Glenn & Kathy||RE: thank you!!!!|
Debra, I am in the process of taking all the pictures of all the headstones in Ozaukee county. Kathy and I are volunteers for the Ozaukee county Historical society. I have 39 cemeteries complete. I saw your name on this memorial and decided to drop you a note. Hope this helps, but we are not related, even though I have Davis in my tree.
Good luck and God Bless
|Glenn & Kathy||Anna Beschta|
I have just added pictures of your 2nd gm to her memorial. Hope this helps
|AlongTheWay||Link wife to husband|
Please go to:
- Fredrick August Zuelsdorf - Memorial# 9548446
And LINK his wife:
- Emile (Pasewald) Zuelsdorf - Memorial# 9548486
|Brian Croegaert||Leonard Jungan|
Looks like we duplicated this memorial. I transferred mine to you so that you can use whatever is useful and delete the rest.
New Berlin, Wi
The 3 photos on Memorial# 9548446 for Fredrick August Zuelsdorf (1854-1935) should be removed. Instead, they should be added to Memorial# 9536976 for Fredrick W. Zuelsdorf (1890-1957).
|Henry Arthur Gaugert||RE: zielsdorf/ zuelsdorf|
How are you related to Frederick Zielsdorf? I am His great great grandson. In print the Zielsdorf name was used for most of them. Zielsdorf isn't even their original last name either. It was Z (umlaut) ulsdorf. That umlaut u tended to end up ie or ue depending on the preference. All The male Zuelsdorf retained the Zue version, except two Sons Oscar who had no children and Julius, my great grandfather. August Carl's family stuck with the Zuelsdorf name and all the sons ended up in MIlwaukee. I don't have a Shirley at all. Anna, Mrs. Schlueter, had Zielsdorf as the maiden name no doubt due to her brother Julius also living in Watertown.
There was a Zuelsdorf line in the Horicon area that I have yet to link up with the Waupun Zuelsdorf.
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