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I retired a few years ago and discovered Find A Grave. It has simply changed my life! I eagerly go to cemeteries, take photo's, recover buried markers, and add to the local history of who is buried where.|
Please use the EDIT BUTTON to request changes and additions. I update most requests within 24 hours. Also, please note that I am a volunteer and am not related to these people buried at these cemeteries. Thus, I have no personal data to add. I rely on people like yourself to help fill in the blanks.
Do I do transfers? YOU BETCHA!
Saint Annes Cemetery
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I'm sure, I've never been in the Cemetery but have been by it several times. I'm from St Boni, the Cemetery was donated by my 4th Great Grandfather, Anton Phillip Koehler, a Union Captain during the Civil War. I also have another grandfather buried there who served in the Navy during WWI.
I'm getting more into Ancestry, my grandfathers who served really intrigue me.
Thank you very much for adding the photos!
|Chuck Johnson||Find a Grave; Johan Svenson|
Hello Larry, where did you obtain the the data for Johan G. Svenson # 70669480? I contacted Poplar Grove Cemetery and they didn't have any info and said they found no burial location. I have done other research and find that your data is correct. Thank you.
|Joan Ebersold||Arminda Bryte in locust grove cemetery|
Thank you so much for your contributions! Arminda is not my relative but she is the great grandmother of my first cousins. I have requested an edit as I was searching for Arminda and the memorial says Aminda. I believe the 'R' is visible on the stone and this is simply a mistyped name. I appreciate the note in your bio that you are willing to make edits! Not all find a grave contributors are so kind.