|John Uhlman (#31252169)|
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I am very interested in family history and genealogy. I am trying to photograph cemeteries around my area and add them to findagrave.|
If there are any changes or corrections you'd like to make to any of my memorials, please feel free to contact me.
You are welcome to use my photos for your own personal use. However, please do not copy my photos to other websites without my permission.
Any obituaries from the last 15 years sent to me will have all references to living people removed, including spouses.
If you are writing requesting a transfer, please state your relation.
If you have a question about any of my memorials, don't hesitate to ask.
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|Taweret||Dorothy Collins photo request @Haven of Rest|
Haven of Rest has a policy now where they will not release the location to anyone that is NOT family to the deceased. If you are family, please request a location and have them confirm that a marker is in place so photo volunteers can successfully complete the request. Thanks!
Added by Taweret on Nov 24, 2015 2:33 PM
|Irene Wright Gonzalez ||To all those who are at the site, re Phillip Raidt|
I was just following a hint from Ancestry. Com, for Phillip, 1824-1900. He is buried in the St. Joseph Cemetery, Watertown.
There isn't any other information, regarding his relatives, place of birth, etc..
I believe, but don't have proof yet, that he is the brother of my 3x paternal great grandfather, Thomas Raidt.
I understand that you must be taking care of quite a few graves, but if you are given any information about Phillip, I would very much appreciate knowing about it. The family is very difficult to follow, I will also put this note on the public side.
Irene Wright (Raidt)
In about 1880, Thomas and Magdalena Raidt changed the spelling of Raidt, to Wright. Their younger children took the Wright spelling, while the older children kept the Raidt.
|C Gengler||RE: Joseph Hochhaus|
Hello John, Sorry I do not have a better picture. I happened to be walking St. Mary's Immaculate Conception Cemetery OLD and came across John Hochhaus's tombstone and entered it in find-a-grave and then I was hoping to link the children. I found some but some must not be on find-a-grave yet. Sorry I couldn't help more. Cindy Gengler
You sent thru an edit for Adela to add her parents. The edit is asking me to add the same person as her mother and father. I hate to decline edit requests without explaining why. I will leave it for a bit and if you want to re-do her father, I will accept the edit.
|Carolyn Russell||Albert W Tuttle|
Thank you for the nice photo of Albert's tombstone.
|Deb||RE: The Cole Family|
I totally understand. I find it a life long commitment that occasionally goes on the back burner while life takes place. I'm just getting back into my own research and recording after long stretch, too. Let me know if I can be of any help when the time comes. :)
Added by Deb on Oct 08, 2015 9:27 AM
|Deb||RE: The Cole Family|
I've worked sporadically on our family's genealogy, and just came across your message. I'm not sure if I responded. Are you still working on the Cole project? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for private communication.
Added by Deb on Oct 04, 2015 9:09 AM
|Carol McWade||Francis F. Ladwig|
Thank you so much for adding the photo of my great-great-grandfather Francis F. Ladwig at Graceland. Actually the stone is for Francis, wife Elise and three adult sons: Edwin R., Walter F., and Felix A. Ladwig. There were all cremated and their urns buried together when moved from Fairview. I just added the memorial a couple of weeks ago. Did you already have the photo, or were you alerted to the new Francis F. Ladwig memorial and then took the photo?
I have just really gotten active on Find A Grave and am searching and making entries from my years of genealogy.
Thank you so much for ALL your work on this project. I hope to get more involved and answer photo requests in the area. Bless you.
Carol Ladwig McWade
|Alys from England||RE: Katharina Bath|
It's an honour and a pleasure, Alys.
|Jade||RE: Katherine (Piersch) Bingen|
I understand. Please let me know if you see anything in my tree that needs updating. Feel free to email me directly. My address is on my profile here.
Added by Jade on Jul 20, 2015 11:47 PM
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