|Karen Duffy (#47319297)|
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I have been working on my family's genealogy since a history teacher assigned a project to me as a high school sophomore. That was a long time ago! Today I focus on helping people with Sawyer County (Wisconsin) area research, plus compiling information on Polish Americans in Wisconsin. Please contact me if you need assistance with northern Wisconsin genealogy or Wisconsin Polonia, or other Polish ancestry research.|
I transcribed the Winter Cemetery on July 6-7, 2010, the Exeland Cemetery on July 17, 2002, the Radisson Cemetery on Aug. 9, 2007, the Couderay Cemetery on July 16, 2002, the Loretta/Draper Cemetery on July 8, 2012, and the Signor and Bellile cemeteries on July 9, 2012. During the summer of 2013 I also visited the Historyland, St. Francis, New Post, and Flambeau cemeteries. These were tombstone transcriptions only. I'm now adding to these entries as well as adding unmarked graves via the Sawyer County Record newspaper archives. Please contact me if you need an obit look-up in the Sawyer County Record based in Hayward. You may contact the Sawyer County Gazette based in Winter directly by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
***Restoration of the cross at the Winter Cemetery is now complete (Sawyer County Gazette 8/4/2010). Anyone who would like to contribute to the ongoing restoration of the cemetery can contact Winter Cemetery Assoc., PO Box 277, Winter, WI 54896.
****St. Ignatius Church, affiliated with the New Post Cemetery, is in desperate need of renovation. The estimated total cost of repairs is $60,000. Fundraising has begun, with private donations totaling $3,000 so far.
More information can be obtained from Father Hopefl, who serves a three-point parish including St. Francis Solanus at Reserve, St. Phillip's in Stone Lake and St. Ignatius in New Post.
The mailing address is St. Francis Rectory, 13891W Mission Road, Stone Lake, WI 54876.
(Published in the Sawyer County Record 5/28/2014)
|Messages left for Karen Duffy (51)||[Leave Message]|
|C.T.||RE: St, Martin|
Hello, do you know if Bat St. Martin is buried at Evergreen Cemetery? Thank you
Added by C.T. on Jul 01, 2014 8:20 PM
|C.T.||RE: St, Martin|
Hello, thank you so much for the death info on Bat St. Martin.
Added by C.T. on Jul 01, 2014 7:46 PM
|Nancy (Cowley) Weise||Jay Bennett|
Please add Jay's Obit. Thank you.
|HJS||Frank O. Setter|
I will transfer the Setter memorials t you if you wish.
Added by HJS on Apr 06, 2014 1:28 PM
|Leland Bottomley||Alex Munson|
I have add your information to Alex's memorial. Thanks for the information. My wife's maiden name is Munson and she is related to Alex not because of Munson name but because unrelated Munson's married Sisters.
|brian montez||Erling G. Ness|
Thank you for transferring Erling to my acount. Now he can be re-united with his family.
|Douglas Kirk Sorensen||Clarence Johnson's memorial|
Hello Karen - Thank you for Clarence Johnson's obituary. I've modified his memorial with the information and have linked him to his wife. I appreciate your kind assistance. Best Regards - Doug Sorensen
|Patti Podboy||Sorlie obit and Thompson link|
Thanks for sending me Edwin Sorlie's obit and the link to Agnes Lumbar Sorlie Thompson's mother. I appreciate it!
|Gervaise Dynes-Wolak||Edward and Genevieve Ochwat|
Thank you so much for the transfers and the obituary for Edward. Its so great to have found them and to be able to link them to our tree.
|Susan Stariha||Annie Matille Hudson|
Sorry I neglected to get Aunt Annie's number here. I just thought you might want to link her to her daughter, Susie Marie Hudson. Susie's number (I know there is no marker for her) is 115354288.
Annie was married to my great-uncle, James Frederick Hudson who is buried @ Stone Lake. Aunt Annie and Uncle Jim were my favorite aunt and uncle when I was growing up. Susie was named after me and died young. She had Down's syndrome and was what was then termed a 'blue' baby. She had one corrective surgery done on her heart but died, sadly, afterward.....there is a very sad story behind it. Aunt Annie died shortly after Susie.
Thank you for all you've done
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