|Judy H (#46977685)|
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|Diane's Spare Time||Marvin Rupp|
Hey!, Judy! I just sent an "edit" for Marvin Rupp and it was declined.
There is not enough information in your burial description. There are three sections to Block 37. If someone else is looking for his grave or even just the correct "spot" they will need to know which section to look in. I attempted to add that to the description.
|Karen Swanson||Ralph & Louise Beyerstedt|
Could you please take a photo of the marker for Ralph & Louise Beyerstedt at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery in Milwaukee and Post it on Find a Grave memorial. You already did a pic of the Cemetery name. Please ignore the "Don't show cem. photos on this memorials" as I do not know how to erase that. I would like to use the photo also on ancestry with credit given to you for the pic on find a grave. Thank you for any help you may offer. Karen at Kasmick@aol.com
|Zella||RE: Josephine Haessly edit|
I just found her California birth entry. She was actually born Patricia J. Alvarran. Note different spelling of last name. So it must have been Patricia Josephine and she didn't like her first name.
Added by Zella on Mar 31, 2016 7:58 PM
|Zella||RE: Josephine Haessly edit|
The A stood for her maiden surname. That's pretty common - I see that a lot on stones, where the true middle initial is actually something else, and the middle initial of the maiden surname is used instead.
Added by Zella on Mar 31, 2016 6:06 PM
|Pattie Welsh||Thomas Haessly|
Hi Judy, I took care of the edits. Have no idea how those links happened. LOl Thanks for the heads up.
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Spohn Family Cemetery|
Please be aware the photo is not current and I am not sure when it was taken. Our local historic graveyard association has been very active in maintaining these cemeteries but it's hard to get around as often as necessary.
|Diane's Spare Time||Alma Welter|
You also declined my edit of this burial site. If anyone else is trying to find that site with your description, they will never find it. You have the burial site components in the wrong order.
I appreciate your comments regarding my update as "non-sensational". I'm still heart-sick. Take care, Kind regards, Diane
Added by Diane on Nov 07, 2015 2:40 PM
You are most welcomed. Tessie was the loving Aunt of one of my sister's best friend all throughout her life. They died months apart. While I didn't have any plans of doing Tessie or her niece, I was in St. Adalbert's doing a relative memorial who was right next to Tessie niece Rita and her sister, brother in law. It was if they were calling me from the grave. So I am doing my best. I have had to ask my oldest sister who knew them best for I was young way back then. Keep up the great work,. This is addicting, isn't it?
|Helmut Göppinger||RE: Clara|
I'm glad to hear from you. Thanks for the emails and the photos added to Clara's memorial page. It's amazing what all is archived. I have the page amended accordingly and delete the duplicate pages. I hope, the memorial page is now ok.
If I can do anything for you, do not hesitate to contact me.
Esslingen am Neckar
P.S. The till now selfgoverning countries Baden and Württemberg in the Federal Republic Germany were in 1952 unitet to the country "Baden-Würtemberg".
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