|Steve Seim (#47256753)|
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I am an attorney and court commissioner in Dodge County, Wisconsin. My lovely wife Julie and our kids Philip and Grace (and dog Howie) enjoy exploring cemeteries with me.|
Like most of my fellow gravers, I do this to preserve the history of those who came before us and the often beautiful works of art that mark their final resting places - and to make the information more accessible to those who might be searching for it.
My information comes from a variety of sources, including older cemetery transcriptions done by others. Feel free to contact me with corrections, additional information, transfer requests, questions, etc. I'll be happy to help if I can.
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For those with any interest in asylum, poor farm, and other institutional cemeteries, check out my website:
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"Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?'" John 11:25-26
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|R. D. Mittelstadt||Rev. Edward HUSSLI location|
I do not have that record, Steve. The burial occurred years after I acquired my records. But, if I may suggest a physical search of the following?
There is an empty plot next to his mother, Lot 471
There is an empty plot by his brother Joseph J., Lot 765.
|GinnyBuechele||RE: Brier Hill Cemetery|
No I do not.
|Cynthia Johnson Przybilla||Thank you|
Hi Steve, I wanted to thank you again for posting the photograph of my Great Great Grandmother Find A Grave Memorial# 133422205 in Hillside Cemetery. I was able to visit there today. The cemetery is huge, so I didn't think there would be a chance to find her, but I had your photograph along as a guide, and at the last minute before giving up and after prayer finally found woman's grave. Very fulfilling discovery.
Thanks so much for the photo of Riley Wilkins, and thanks for looking for his wife, Sarah, also. She must not have a headstone. I appreciate your help!
Thank you for the photo of Nina Roth's headstone. Regards, LZ
Added by LZ on May 29, 2015 3:14 PM
|LZ||Hillside Cemetery in Columbus|
Thank you for the photos of Elsie and William Dauman's headstone and grave marker. They cleared up the spelling of their last name. Regards, LZ
Added by LZ on May 29, 2015 3:05 PM
|Fran||RE: Weston State Hospital Cemetery|
Weston State Hospital in West Virginia, formerly known as the Trans-Allegheny Asylum for the Insane, was established in 1858. The hospital grounds covered 666 acres and contained 3 separate cemeteries. Cemeteries located on the hill behind the hospital.
Added by Fran on May 29, 2015 10:50 AM
|Donna Ruhland Bonning||RE: Genesee County Home/Rolling Hills Cemetery|
Sorry. I don't. I'm not sure where you would be coming from but it's in the Genesee County Park just down the road from the asylum and just in case you didn't know.....it's only a memorial or symbolic cemetery. I read that the stones that are there were actually found in the basement of the asylum and never used. I also read that the graves of the people buried at the asylum are unmarked and are in an unknown location which quite honestly i don't totally believe. Someone must know something. My thinking is that if someone does then they are keeping it quiet for fear of desecration by curious "ghost seekers". The park itself was actually at one time part of the property of the asylum but was donated to the state(don't quote me on that.) If you need more directions as to how to get to the symbolic cemetery/memorial just let me know. It's not hard at all......
|Katie||RE: Pennhurst Memorial Cemetery|
I did not take the photos. I added them with permission from: http://www.elpeecho.com/pennhurst/pictures_cemetary.htm
Added by Katie on May 28, 2015 7:50 PM
|Cynthia Johnson Przybilla||Striebel family|
Thank you very much for the photos of the Striebel family stones in Oakwood Cemetery.
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