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|Pat McAvoy-Costin||Waters Brothers|
Thanks for transferring the Waters Brothers to me. I appreciate it.
Neil "Pat" Nelson
I've transferred to you... Maybe you cam combine the information and add it to your photo memorial and transfer the old one back to me and I'll delete?????
Sorry about the snow. Sister Sue from Osseo was in Madison helping her daughter getting ready to move to Alanta GA - They woke up to snow there, too and had rain and sleet on their drive back to Osseo to find new snow there, too.
Maybe spring may arrive this year - and hopefully before July when I'll be there for a month.
|Louis Mosier||Transfer of Memorial|
Thanks so much for transferring Lewis Massuere's memorial page to me. I really appreciate your work in producing it and I look forward to adding lots of biographical information and pictures.
Regards, Lou Mosier
|Julie Bennett Coleman||Dewey|
Thanks for linking Josephine Dewey with her spouse.
|James Seidelman||Sorry, Transferred|
Sorry, I already transferred.Hope you're not freezing- but at least the snow is holding off.
John Friedrich Steneman dob 8/8/1845 Canton Arrgau, Switzerland dod 12/17/1918
married Caroline Wenger on 1/14/1879
|Dale E. Ebersold||Old Catholic Cemetery - Trempealeau WI|
I'm going to be in Trempealeau, Wisconsin from Oct 9 through Oct 13 and intend to spend as many good weather days as I can, out at the old cemetery.
I have a new Excel spreadsheet developed to include data from the Old Catholic Cemetery (OCC) database, Brian Lightfoot's 2001 survey and your entries and grave marker photo's on this Find A Grave site. I want to see if it is correct with the actual cemetery while I'm up there.
I am meeting with the church secretary on Tuesday (Oct 9) to see if I can match up the 22 "moved" entries in the OCC database with burials at the new cemetery. Once I am sure the remains have been moved, there is no need to keep their entry in the new Excel spreadsheet. Once I get back from the Trempealeau trip, I will upload the spreadsheet to this Find A Grave site.
I can't remember where you live but would sure like to meet with you one day next week. I will check my "firstname.lastname@example.org" eMail while I'm up there but if you have a phone contact I can reach you, please eMail me.
Some improvements up there I'm pondering:
Weather-proof bulletin board inside the cemetery with the plot map and listing of known burials.
Visitors book inside the cemetery kept inside a rural mailbox marked "please sign in."
Row identifiers (landscape logs with metal row numbers) placed at the foot (south end) of each row for better identification.
There is an unpaid volunteer mower out there but the place really needs a group spring and fall group clean up. I intend to get a May 19-25, 2013 Group Spring Clean Up Project announced in the LaCrosse & Winona newspapers next year in early May.
I'd also like to see an Old Catholic Cemetery Association formed so anyone interested will be able to contact one another. I can get free webspace for an "OCC Association" website through Rootsweb/Ancestry.com.
Later . . . .
|James Seidelman||Leanne Gilbertson|
Leanne Marie Gilbertson, 53, of Madison, WI, and formerly of Arcadia, WI, died on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at her home.
Leanne was born on May 27, 1959, in La Crosse, WI, to Russell and Lorna (Hovell) Gilbertson. She graduated from Arcadia High School in 1977, attended Winona State University in Minnesota, graduating with a degree in Elementary Education. While attending Winona State, Leanne was a foreign exchange student at the Teachers University in Oslo, Norway, for one year. She received her Master's Degree in Education from the University of Northern Illinois. Leanne taught in Black River Falls, Colby, and Madison Schools for 22 years. She was a member of Tamarack Lutheran Church, WEAC, and very active with her local union in Madison.
Leanne is survived by her father, Russell Gilbertson of Galesville, WI; two brothers, Randy and Larry (Leah) Gilbertson, both of Arcadia; nephews, Hans and Bryce Gilbertson; nieces, Jenna (Craig) Sonsalla, Kendra Gilbertson, Kassie (Jeff Patchak) Martine, Kelly (Sheldon) True; great-nephew, Derek Tamke; and great-niece, Taylor Rebhahn. Also surviving are aunts; uncles; cousins and special grand dogs, Lucy, Bunny, and Peanut.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Lorna, in 1988.
Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, August 4, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at The Tamarack Lutheran Church in rural Arcadia, with the Rev. Dana Jackson officiating.
Friends may call on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until the time of services at the church.
Burial will be in Tamarack Lutheran Cemetery at a later date.
A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, August 27, 2012, at the Elks Club in Madison.
Visitation will be from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Wozney-Killian Funeral Home, Arcadia, is assisting the family with local arrangements, and the Ellestad Camacho Funeral Home in Mount Horeb is assisting the family with arrangements in Madison.
Leader-Telegram, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Published 3 August 2012
|Esther Frost||Added Photos to Tamarack|
I added more pictures to Tamarack Cemetery (Trempealeau County). If you want to list to check them out, let me know and I'll send you the list. I sent you some edit suggestions just to get your opinions on some dates or names that seem to differ. Also, there are a couple of markers with Piderson instead of Peterson. So, I'm wondering if they are supposed to be the same. I added a photo for Pauline Peterson, but her name is spelled Piderson on the stone.
|Esther Frost||Added Photos to Tamarack|
I added more pictures to Tamarack Cemetery (Trempealeau County). If you want to list to check them out, let me know. I sent you some edit suggestions just to get your opinions on some dates or names that seem to differ. Also, there are a couple of markers with Piderson instead of Peterson. So, I'm wondering if they are supposed to be the same. I added a photo for Pauline Peterson, but her hame is spelled Piderson on the stone.
|James Seidelman||Old Catholic - Tempealeau|
Notice you've done photos for the Old Catholic Cemt. in Trempealeau. I've redone the map/chart of the lots and a question - did you do the entire cemetery? It looks rather scattered out from your photos.
Anyway, send me an email: email@example.com and I'll forward the chart to you.
Hope it's cooled down back there - I left at the end of July and it was still in the 100's. Now it's that here in LA!!!
We did finish photographing the Lincoln Cemt. in Whitehall - plus finished two more books which are now in the Osseo Library. They say they've had lots of calls and visitors looking at the cemetery books (26 now)since the Leader-Telegram did the story on Sue and me.
Take care and hope to hear from you soon.
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