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Al Gruling (#46921141)
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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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Jacki Bierma
Lloyd and Marvin Nelson
Link has been removed from Charles Andrew Nelson - thanks for catching this.

Jacki
Added by Jacki Bierma on Sep 30, 2014 11:28 AM
Mary Sicard
Edwin Heimbach
Thank you for posting a photo of his tombstone.
Added by Mary Sicard on Sep 26, 2014 7:32 AM
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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Added by Susan S on Sep 08, 2014 7:00 AM
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):

http://www.kuhmann.com/poetry/index.htm
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) ...in-as-much 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
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