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Two_Owls (#47402443)
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Bio Photo Working on Genealogy and family history since 2001.
Stumbled on to Find-a-grave, what a great help it has been.
After I had finally found my Gr. Grandmothers burial place in Wisconsin (Under a different spelling of her 3rd married name)through the efforts of a Find-a-grave volunteer, I figured I had better return the favor and start to re visit the family cemeteries, and others, and get entered what I have.
I have already been in contact with 13 "lost" cousins. This is a wonderful tool to honor our relatives, and locate the ones we have lost track of.

To reach me about a correction, addition, relationship links, or a transfer of a memorial, please use the EDIT button on that Find-a-grave memorial. That way I will know exactly which one you are writing about.
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Jerry Huffman
RE: Alfred Harris marker photo
You are very welcome.
Regards, Jerry
Added by Jerry Huffman on Oct 29, 2014 12:28 PM
Donald Aarres
Evergreen cemetery, Menomonie, Dunn county, WI. The listing for 'section 24' refers to the county and township section where the cemetery itself is located, NOT the area within the cemetery of the burial. Very misleading the way it is included, sorry to say.
Added by mjshistory on Oct 24, 2014 8:50 PM
Dale & Corinne Wise
I was pleased to help. I read your bio and had similar experiences! It is a pleasure to be working with such devoted volunteers. Keep up the great work.....Gail Wise Gittens
Added by Dale & Corinne Wise on Jan 04, 2014 12:13 PM
Clarice Courneya
Louis Bebo
Two Owls, do any of your records indicate a Louis Bebo buried in Saint Bridget? He died January 20, 1895 and his death certificate just indicates Catholic cemetery, Wilson, Wisconsin.
What ever help you may have I would appreciate it.
Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave.
Clarice Courneya
Added by Clarice Courneya on Dec 11, 2013 9:31 PM
Nancy R
RE: Livingston family headstones
You are so welcome. I love doing it.
Added by Nancy R on Oct 02, 2013 10:03 AM
Nancy R
RE: Livingston family headstones
You are very welcome. I have posted a photo
for Christine's memorial. If there is anything
elso you want to add, just let me know.
Added by Nancy R on Oct 02, 2013 12:43 AM
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Donald Sawatzke's gravestone. Could you also attach that photo to Jean Sawatzke's memorial page (memorial no. 100369359). Thank you.
Added by Marsha on Nov 30, 2012 5:46 PM
Rachel G
Lucille (McIntyre) Geissler
Thanks for all of your corrections and all of your work here on Find A Grave. I appreciate them as I want the information here to be correct.

Rachel G
Added by Rachel G on Oct 26, 2012 4:22 AM
Leo Vining

The Oak Grove Cemetery records indicate that Leo's birth date is 7/11/1898 and DOD 1/18/1951. However they did not have a section lot or a marker on record. I will keep my eyes out if I would run into when taking other photo's.

Hope this is helpful.

Added by Linda on Oct 13, 2012 7:12 PM
Gareth Horvath
Emma Swoverland
I made the changes you requested. I also recently added some more names at the cemetery which included some you mentioned.
Added by Gareth Horvath on Apr 14, 2012 9:58 PM
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