|Jane Denny||additional photos|
Thank you for linking Fred W. Holke to his parents. I think I'll decline your offer to transfer Fred and Cora for I am not closely related, but I certainly appreciate your offer.
Behind in replying to email, I am just now getting to your marvelous photos of additional graves. I must review them more closely, but if or when I add them I'll certainly credit you. I remain puzzled by the double Holke headstone. Maybe I can figure this out.
The picture of Catherine's row and that of the Femme Osage cemetery are beautiful... they are all special! Again, thanks!
|Jane Denny||Catherine Holke|
Because of your note that Catherine does not rest in St. John's Cemetery, I checked another source and discovered she was buried at Femme Osage. So, I moved her memorial there and I thank you! I simply assumed that because her husband and son were buried at St. John's that she was, too. I should have been more careful!
From your gravestone photos of Bergsieker and Wulfekammer memorials, in most cases I was able to add transcriptions. For me, the older headstones are extra special and we are fortunate to have added this bit of family history to Findagrave. You've been a big help the past week taking pictures AND your research at St. Charles County Historical Society. I thank you for everything!!
|Phyllis||Thanks for trying!|
Thank you for trying to find the memorial for Emma Cornish (Camish).
Added by Phyllis on Jun 24, 2011 6:06 AM
The photos you added are just beautiful! The old ones are to be treasured and you've done a great job! Cannot add transcriptions and get to this until the weekend, but I wanted to quickly send you a thank you!
Thank you for trying to fulfill the stone photo requests for Charles & Evan Sage. Your time & efforts are appreciated. Also, welcome to Find A Grave!
Added by Bethann on May 28, 2011 8:00 AM
Thank you for the photo. Judy