~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Joined March 2010: Priceless discoveries to be found on Find A Grave. My hope is to bring some Aha moments to others, by contributing here. Truly appreciate all the volunteers who have spent so much time recording this information! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Corrections ~ Transfer Requests ~ Family Links ~ Questions Many of the memorials I've added are a result of headstone photos taken "Along The Way". Please use the Edit tab on any memorial I've added, to suggest a correction, or provide additional information (i.e. maiden name, spouse, parents, etc.) or to request a transfer. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Note: permission granted to use any headstone photo I've added to Find A Grave (contributed by AlongTheWay) for any genealogical use, as long as they are not offered for sale. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To send me a private message for any other reason, go to Mitzi's memorial page, click on the Edit tab & select the option: "Suggest a correction or provide additional information". ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ Mary K. * - * - * - * JUNE 2014 UPDATE: Approximately 13,000 Memorials (for various cemeteries in southern Wisconsin) were transferred to me from THIS CONTRIBUTOR. They were originally added by this INACTIVE Contributor. I am gradually working on fixing many errors & duplicates, and making corrections as I can determine. By all means, willing to transfer to family and/or others who have more information. Just ask. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Max Fromm Thanks for sending the info. I must have been in a hurry--or something--the day I added his memorial. That is ususally the first thing I put in the bio and we did have it. I appreciate the heads up!
The information I sent you comes from the generally ultra-fastidious, well-researched work of my distant cousin, Robert Behra, of the University of Utah at Salt Lake City. His work is publicly available for free at . It's fine with me to accept it or reject it, but my long-term experience with his genealogical work is that it's very, very well done! Sincerely, RHB