|Nadeen Sobottka (#47145936)|
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I was born and raised in Milwaukee County, WI, and I am one of five children born to Donald and Lorraine (Kazmierski) Hastings. I really enjoy working on genealogy and have posted family tombstones from various states.|
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|L Evans||RE: Mabel (Witt) Darm & Margaret Boltz|
Thank you for adding the information I requested. So very much appreciated.
Added by L Evans on Dec 12, 2013 7:18 AM
|Robin ||RE: Paulina Reinecke @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Thank you so much!
Added by Robin on Dec 11, 2013 10:12 AM
|Rita Botkin Bomher||Norwood Winter 121559863|
I would love to maintain. Thank you so much for your help!
|CryptoGram||RE: H. Dankoler @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Thanks so much, Nadeen...if you notice in my messages, a gal named Robin is researching the Dankolers; she called the cemetery and found that Harry Sylvester and his mother Annette were both inhumed in March of 1908 with H. Sylvester being transfered from New Mexico.
I saw in the 1900 census that Annette had had only one other child who was already deceased...makes me wonder if that "baby" is also with her so will seem like something of a reunion to be able to figure out who elses' names are on the family marker in Forest Home.
|CryptoGram||Annette Dankoler @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Thank you so much, Nadeen...it's SO exciting to be coming close to zeroing in on a searched-for person! (I think I can almost see that Annette was born in 1869 instead of 1870, too.) A couple years ago, I also found some of my own "lost" people in Wisconsin when I saw just part of the name "Edith" on the bottom of a large, family marker.
And Door County was where I first researched to find my Swedes around Sister Bay and Ephraim so I'm being cyber-transported back there again ~ :^)
|CryptoGram||RE: H. Sylvester Dankoler @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi, Nadeen ~ I've taken and uploaded many pictures of monuments that get big enough to read when "click to enlarge" is done so I don't understand not being able to upload a picture with more bytes ~ up to FindAGrave's allowable limits of eight megabytes where this picture is only 65 kilobytes...less that 1/8 of what could be posted. I CAN make out that the name "Annette" is next to "H. Sylvester Dankoler" in the 3rd position of four across the bottom of the big family "Reinecke Dankoler" monument. This is not my family; I'm doing it for someone else's research plus my own curiosity so I'll leave the request in place. Thank you.
|akun||Wille gravestone photos|
Thanks so much for posting the gravestone photos for the Alvin, Irma, and Hugo!
Added by akun on Dec 04, 2013 9:56 PM
Thank-you so much for the Percy headstone photos!
|Mike Fernández||Jane Luell|
Thanks for linking her parents, my GG Aunt Helen Schoeneck. I've been working on the Schöneck line for years and have just found a lost 4Ggrandparents and more! All helps me and others.
Thanks once again, Nadeen,
|Genie||Oppen, Emma Kurth|
Sorry, I forgot to change my sign-in. I maintain the memorials for our local Society. You have recently posted the memorial for Emma (Kurth) Oppen. Find A Grave# 117935391 - Is there any chance that her husband, Otto E. Oppen, is buried with her - maybe no head stone - would like to find his death date and burial location (he was alive in the 1940 census at 3402 State Street - a real bonus would be finding obituaries for both of them. Also trying to find his parents - Rev. Carl Oppen 1847 - 1900 and Clara Oppen 1846 - after 1924 city directory listing. She was born Johanna Clara Maria von Hiddesen.
Any help or suggestion would be very much appreciated by my friend in Germany who is a relative. Please advise of any charges for copies, etc.
Mary Heddles Geniesearch@ymail.com
Added by Genie on Nov 20, 2013 2:07 PM
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