|Judy H (#46977685)|
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Most of my memorial pages are for family. I also volunteer to take and upload photos for other members to their memorial pages. I often add plot location or other information in the photo caption. If you click on photo on the memorial page you will see a larger version of the photo where you can read the caption if one was added.|
I occasionally take other photos and make my own pages to upload them to. If I have entered a memorial for a family member of yours, and you would like to maintain it, please let me know. I will be glad to transfer ownership to you!
You can search digitized images of The Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel at Historic Archive-JSOnline. A very handy way to find Milwaukee area death notices.
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|Colleen Parkinson||RE: Ethelyn Parkinson|
Thank you for the information about Ethelyn. Quite a few of my relatives have been perplexed upon learning the cemetery did not have info.
|Fran Wallace||Early family|
Yes, I am related to Bridget Lyman Early, but not real closely. John and Bridget Early had 14 children. The given names and birth dates of the two nuns you have found and mentioned, do match two of the children. I think you have the correct family. Hope this helps.
|Andy Swinnen||James Moon|
Thank you very much for taking the time and the photo for me.
I hope they will get it done fast so there will be a wonderful photo of his marker.
Thank you very much
|M W Bencal||Herz Family Group|
You are SO amazing. I do not know if there are words to describe how meaningful it is to me to be able to see the headstones of my Herz family at Spring Hill, and for you to go that extra mile to take the wide angle shots so that I can see exactly where each grave lays in relationship to each family member. You are truly, in every sense of the words, My Photo Angel!
I am wanting SO badly to fly up to Wisconsin sometime in the near future.
Thank YOU again for everything you have done for me! Your are TRULY amazing!
|S. Rupp||RE: Ansgarius Cemetery|
Thanks for getting these merged. I'll see about deleting dups this winter.
Added by S. Rupp on Aug 22, 2013 6:50 PM
|Tom Reece||William Glueckstein.|
Thanks for the heads up Judy. I sorted the order and they all look good. I agree though, the grass does need trimming.
|Pattie Welsh||Haessly St. John's|
Hi Judy, thanks so much for the photos. I was wondering if you had any contact info for where the cemetery records are kept. I am planning a day trip but have so many family members in the cemetery I could use more information. I use a walker so locations are key for me. I was also wondering if I could use photos in my ancestry tree.
|Jan||RE: Wehhausen's Cemetery|
Sorry it took me so long to answer, but my computer was having problems.
One confusion is that Cedarburg & Zur Ruhe Cemetery are adjacent to each other, so names sometimes appear on one place or the other or both! Yes, I was working off an old translation.
Since these are not my family, I would be happy to transfer any/all of them to you if you give me their numbers. Thanks, Jan
Added by Jan on Mar 09, 2013 11:01 AM
|Ed Miller||Father Jerome A. Schaad|
I noticed that you have created memorials for a number of the priests buried at Sacred Heart Monastery Cemetery, Hales Corner, WI. I am trying to verify that Father Jerome Schaad is buried in this cemetery. He was born in Columbus, OH on September 24, 1938. He died on February 26, 2001.
Here is a link to an article written about him at the time of his death.
Father Schaad was my 3rd cousin.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you might be able to provide.
|Linda Swaney Butcher||St. Johns Cemetary|
Judy, Thanks so much for taking the great photos at St. Johns. I'm going to try to upload some photos and other info about the Swaney, Meister, Carey and Hassely families.
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