|Tami M. (#46842783)|
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I am my family's 'unofficial' family historian and as I dug for my roots...I found a great deal of information from the tombstones of relatives I never knew. In the process I began photographing tombstones to help others find their relatives also. Since then I have realized how nice it is to have a virtual cemetery to pay respects to those we are unable to visit in person and I have been photographing tombstones for a several years now.|
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|Jennifer||Leo Burmeister - 2 memorials|
I was going through some records for the Forest Home Cemetery in Rhinelander, and it looks like you've created 2 memorials for Leo Burmeister - 82741360 & 51297360. Thanks so much for all your work there!
Added by Jennifer on Apr 21, 2016 8:13 AM
|Georgiann ||WALAS HEADSTONE|
Unknown information for WALAS. First name Frank. Born Galica Austria October 03, 1878. Died March 25, 1918. Burial Calvary Cemetery March 27, 1918.
His wife, Frances Szczech Walas KOSTKA born February 12, 1882? and died April 19, 1967 is also buried in Calvary Cemetery with her 2nd husband John Joseph KOSTKA born June 19, 1880 and died June 29, 1961.
I did not see a burial listing of KOSTKA names for the cemetery? Also looking for burial listing for KUSH/KUSCH/KUS known to be buried in this cemetery. Can you assist me in locating their burial headstones? Thanks--Georgiann Kostka, Covina CA
|Alex P. Reed||Dexter Stefonek|
I had to recreate the memorials of Dexter's parents since they were deleted I think, so I went to Dexter's memorial and suggested linking him to the memorials of his parents, the ones I made. Just thought I'd let you know.
|A Relative||RE: THANK YOU!!!|
I hope this is the number you're looking for:
Find A Grave Memorial# 87773728
Sending you a virtual hug. It's so bittersweet to see her name on a stone but I feel I have something concrete to look at now. Thank you again.
|A Relative||THANK YOU!!!|
Thank you so very much for your thoughtfulness and kindness in not only photographing, but also posting stone photos. It's a tremendous happy find for me to stumble across my great-aunt's marker. It means the world to me to actually see her grave.
|Janet Marie||RE: Cemetery Plots|
I have some contact information for you that I will send to your e-mail. Let me know if you don't receive it.
|Margaret Nikkhah||Memorial #82742714|
You photographed a gravestone in Forest Home Cemetery, Rhinelander, that simply says "Baby Lindner". If the stone was near the gravestone for Harriet Lindner, it would be my guess that s/he was a sibling. Harriet was the first child of Archie and Alma Lindner. They lost a second child (another daughter) less than a year later (stillborn: Apr.13, 1928).
Forest Home Cemetery 1919 - 1936 Rhinelander, Wisconsin, "Electronic," www.wigenweb.org/oneida/cemetery/forest3a.pdf.
|Ursula (Singleton) Ory||transfer|
my # is 47260237
Thanks! Ursula Ory
When I give you the parents' name I only know their names not their memorial numbers; that way the parents are listed so their family members know who the next generation back is. Many were born and died in Europe, but at least they can begin their search.
I hope this clarifies my intentions.
Added by Lois on Mar 14, 2015 8:35 AM
|Lois||grave numbers|Added by Lois on Mar 14, 2015 8:31 AM
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