|Al Gruling (#46921141)|
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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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|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Patricia Newby Merritt|
Hi..You have a Find a Grave entry on the above at Walnut Hill Cemetery. The cemetery says she is not buried there. Do you have further information?
|Sue Butterfield Picard||Potter|
I was rushing and didn't read the dates, just noted the "similiar" names...Fox, Elizabeth, etc. Sorry for my mistake. Thanks, have a great day!
I have copied some of your pictures to my Ancestry account. The write-ups and obituaries have made relatives that I grew up around (but didn't really know) real to me. I grew up in the country near Rockfield Grade School. I wonder if you know where that is! ;-) No one else ever has! Thank you for your good work and dedication.
If you ever have any info or cemetery pictures regarding Mary Ann Sturges Baggs or her husbands, I would truly appreciate hearing from you! ;-)
BIRTH 2 JULY 1820 • Canada
DEATH 17 OCT 1903 • Pewaukee
She is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Sussex, Wisconsin Hwy 64. She lies beside her first husband, Robert Baggs Sr, and her 2 sons, George and Bernard Baggs. Plot #123 was owned by William Baggs. The gravestones have all disappeared and no marker remains.
Sincerely yours, Cheryl
Added by Cheryl on Oct 05, 2016 10:09 PM
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||Missing Links|
I guess the system deleted the URL links I had included at the end of my other message.
|Lynn and Walter Blenderman||Betsy Pollard Chafin - Children|
Mr. Gruling, I guess you don't have Eleanor M. Chafin in the list of Betsy's (# 29138428) children since she married Dr. George Charles Stockman and moved to Mason City, Iowa. Eleanor was born ca 1856; not sure about death yet. Are you aware that Betsy was a sister of Dr. Amos Pollard, head surgeon at the Alamo? See and Walter G. Blenderman
|deanna french||Walworth Co.Sidney Tuller Civil War vet|
May I use the grave marker photo that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorial for Sidney Tullar, to post on the Vt. C.W.site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org.
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Kelley Rosenbach||RE: Betsey and Lydia Dunbar photos|
Are you kidding, the photos are fantastic! A very happy camper here!
|Kelley Rosenbach||Betsey and Lydia Dunbar photos|
Al Gruling, dude you rock!! These two are my husband's family and my husband's uncle Tim and I have a joint collaboration on the Dunbar family and I am beyond thrilled to see these pics. Tim will be thrilled as well! Thank you again, Kelley
|Patty||RE: James Beierly|
A belated Thank You
Added by Patty on Jul 02, 2016 11:28 AM
|Patty||RE: James Beierly|
Thank you for the transfer. I do appreciate it
Added by Patty on Jun 25, 2016 11:55 AM
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