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|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||RE: Anna Christine Poepping Grave|
Thanks for the collaboration... it looks like the folks who captured the two cemeteries back in the 1970's very well may have made an error in their documentation. I know in looking at the family records there is a "gap" that this young lady would fit in... so I say we go with your on-sight documentation of her existence. Danke! "PJ"
|Delila Duffy||RE: Cecelia Iseli|
Okay, thanks anyway, but I will pass on typing it all out.
|Beth Presley||RE: Lorene Garner Patterson|
You are very welcome!
|Betty Streich||Walerius memorials|
I believe these people to be my relatives. Are you also related? Memorial#70702936 Margaret Giesen Walerius, #70390999 Kasper Walerius I believe to be my great grandmother and great great grandfather. Do you have any other information on these two individuals? firstname.lastname@example.org
|kj||William Benson #141342890|
Is William a relative of yours?. If you are please explain the relationship, otherwise I am asking you to remove the photo of William and the photo where you have placed the portrait on the stone. There is already a very nice photo of the stone on his memorial page.
Added by kj on Jan 22, 2016 9:26 AM
|Connie Henderson||RE: Transfer Drewes Graves|
Thank you Barb, Yes Kenny is my Uncle and Karen his twin sister my Aunt. Thank you for all your hard work at Find A Grave!
|Connie Henderson||Transfer Drewes Graves|
Hi BJ Thank you for all you do! Please transfer the Drewes Graves at Zion Lutheran Cemetery Toad Lake.
Alfred # 125115158
Albert Otto Walter 125114762
Albert and Elsie are my grandparents, Alfred, Dennis and James are their sons. Freddie is my Grandfathers brother and Christian and Hadwig are my great grandparents. Thank you Connie Henderson Osage Minnesota.
|Kathie King Wilkinson||RE: Thomas Seipel Family #146940618|
Hi Barb, I agree it's a sensitive situation and when I received the original email I too was unsure what, if anything, to say on their memorials. So I'll leave it to your discretion.
With regards to the two cemeteries - Plum City Union and St. John's Catholic Cemetery, Plum City. These two sites are probably the most helpful in determining which memorials/tombstones belong in which cemetery, these indexes for these two cemeteries were done in 1984 by the St. Croix Valley Genealogical Society, however I do not know their sources.
|Kathie King Wilkinson||Thomas Seipel Family #146940618|
As I apparently had this Seipel family in the wrong cemetery, Plum City Union vs. St. John's Catholic cemetery, I have gone ahead and deleted all the memorials I created for this family in the Plum City cemetery.
However I did receive information from another Find A Grave contributor # 46543023 that adds additional information about the deaths of this unfortunate family. Thomas actually killed his wife, and their 5 children and then committed suicide. See the following site:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_familicides_in_the_United_States (Thomas is listed as reference # 80, along the right side of the table, which allows you to read an article from Jan.1942 published in the St. Petersburg Times about this tragedy).
|Out in the back 40||St Johns and Plum City Union duplicates|
Curious to know if you're separating the folks of the two cemeteries that sit next to each other in Plum City, WI.
There are many duplicate memorials in the Plum City Union (aka Union Free) cemetery and St John's Catholic (aka St John the Baptist). Example is Henry Seipel 1899-1976 is listed as # 146904937 and # 94967361.
It would be nice to merge these two cemeteries to avoid future confusion and further duplicates.
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