I'm back Sorry it has been so long to reply. I have not paid attention to family history details but am back on the ride again. You sent a message this past Jan re: "Addie and Otto Bennett". They are my grand parents. What's can I do? Hope you are still there....
RE: Marion Horn Hello! Thank you for the information. I have made a note in the bio. Do you know if he has a stone there at St. Joseph's? I couldn't find a memorial there when I searched. Do you want to create one there for him? If you do, there is a way that I can have them linked and the one designated as a cenotaph. I have to email Find A Grave with an edit, according to the FAQs on here.
RE: Cresentia Stoeger Feldmeyer This was merely a suggestion. In Calumet County, there is a person who has a business of cleaning gravestones. I suppose there is a fine point on whether to clean or not to get a better picture, so ourselves and all others (including relatives of person buried there) can go to a cemetery & be able to read what's on the stone.
We have observed that people (most people), who bury their dead & erect a stone (eventually) never come back to clean & get the stone in good shape. Very Sad!!!
Many volunteer photographers just go to the cemetery & take the photo (regardless if stone is readable or not). For us, we want to get the best photo for the person's memorial, to clean it up a bit so all can see & read what's on the stone.
Arens in St. Mary Cem., Menasha I have already made the correction in Anna Arens memorial & deleted Franz Arens as being Anna's spouse. I have emailed you (in Find A Grave) & asked you to link Franz to his mother Anna. William Schlaak