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Mary (#47261985)
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Currently live in SE Wisconsin. Been working on my family's tree for over 25 years. My ancestors lived in Massachusetts & Conn, so hard to get pics. Will be appreciative of any help from area.
Happy to take cemetery pics for this area. If you have ancestors from Kenosha or Racine, I don't mind doing research. Between the library & history centers there is alot of information easily available.

Feel free to use any pictures I've posted.

If I maintain a memorial for a relative of yours and you would like it transferred, just let me know. I like to maintain my relatives, whenever possible:)

Appreciate any factual information for any memorial I've created. I've attempted to be as accurate as possible, but sometimes little or no info is available. I believe in quality of memorials not quantity, they deserve our best efforts.

Our ancestors give us insight to who we are, good to know!!
Mary
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George Harger
RE: Elijah Twining
That single corner piece has bothered me for years. Elijah is the one who brought the family to Tolland, so not great when there is no stone. I tapped down with my trowel, then removed dirt and grass. There he was, exactly as the cemetery transcription stated. My trip from AZ was worth it.
Added by George Harger on Oct 02, 2014 7:45 AM
George Harger
Elijah Twining
FYI: The mystery of the corner piece of Elijah's stone has been solved. Take a look at the stone I unearthed yesterday in Twining Cemetery.
Added by George Harger on Oct 01, 2014 8:20 PM
A. Mickna
RE: Henry Manegre
Your welcome! Thank you for supplying their location! Makes it much easier as it's a huge cemetery.
Added by A. Mickna on Sep 17, 2014 12:10 AM
Kathy Burr
RE: Grey children
Good morning, Mary! its dedicated people, like us, who do a little extra, that makes all this work! Im in TX, you're in WI, my research is in NE, yet, together we reunited a family!! couldn't find several of the other children, but hopefully they'll "pop up" eventually..I've listed my "missing" kids on Ann's memorial...thanks again so very much!!! :) k
Added by Kathy Burr on May 13, 2014 5:39 AM
Kathy Burr
RE: Grey children
Hi, Mary! I could see that you care about these children! I am the same way..hate to see babies or children buried without any other family there - I always work xtra hard to try to locate the parents - I came upon these children by accident - I am a genealogist linking everybody in Sherman Co, NE, and was working on Alexander Holmes Gray - discovered where his parents, James and Ann, were buried, then looked for their children - they were the only James and Ann Gray in Kenosha during that time frame - I was looking for Katie (b. 1858) and Johnnie (b. 1862) and found your Katie and Johnny, but the dates didn't match - rechecked censuses for their birth years - then read your notes about parentage, and it fits, but I have no proof...the birth years of your children fit perfectly with the gaps between James and Ann's children, and again, they were the only James and Ann there - it was not unusual to re-use a first name back then..anyway, up to you if you want to link them...thanks so much for your work!!! :) k
Added by Kathy Burr on May 12, 2014 3:41 PM
Kathy Burr
RE: Grey children
Added by Kathy Burr on May 12, 2014 4:28 AM
Chris & Tom Binder
Lundberg Memorial
Hi Mary,
Elsie Lundberg's maiden name is Dumesic (Sunset Ridge)
Added by Chris & Tom Binder on Nov 29, 2013 11:56 AM
Cadie Hockenbary
Twinings
I'm very sorry I couldn't find anything for you. I understand that you can find tombstones for people not listed as being there. Have had that situation myself. I still feel bad when I cannot locate a loved one for someone.
Added by Cadie Hockenbary on Oct 30, 2013 7:10 PM
ILCountygrl
RE: Re: Mary Bassler
Mary Bassler is supposed to be buried at the Genoa Cemetery in Genoa IL off Hill St.
Added by ILCountygrl on Sep 11, 2013 1:29 PM
George Harger
William Barnabas Twining
I see that the Civil War bio for son William Barnabas has not appeared on the memorial yet. Did you want me to request from Mark Wing? No problem, as I would just be copy/pasting the bio that is on the Father's memorial. If you have requested, and are just waiting, Mark will post, it just takes a little time sometimes.
Added by George Harger on Aug 26, 2013 11:56 AM
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