|Moo, Esq. (#46585198)|
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I am not a good photographer. I apologize for any bad photos.|
YOU MAY USE MY PHOTOS IN ANY WAY YOU WOULD LIKE. Consider this my permission to repost, use in books, whatever you like. That is why I do this! Drop me a line to let me know you used it because I'm curious, but don't worry, I want you to use them.
Finally, please ask me for transfers for your friends, family and acquaintances. I know very few of the people my memorials are about and I would like them to be kept by someone who knows about the deceased.
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Awesome, thank you!
I accepted your changes request to Carl Bubolz. Thank you for providing his birth information. Would you happen to know where you found his DOB?
|Chet Brunell||Stag Child?|
While visiting in WI last week my brother-in-law requested we stop by to look at this cemetery with the name above on it. Do you know if that is a child or what does it mean?
|Diane Reich||RE: Pfahls|
Your welcome! There is a Julia Phal Plot P, Section 5 grave 68, she is with a Mary Ben Hayon 1/17/34. Don't know if they are related, just thought I'd pass the info along!
|Diane Reich||Annie Pfahls|
Finally found her! The headstone is worn it reads Annie H Pfahls, born 10/25/1873 Died 2/9/1923. Women of Woodcraft # 596. I assume this was some type of lodge.
|LSchmidt||RE: Conley - Photos|
You're very welcome. :-)
Added by LSchmidt on Oct 01, 2015 12:30 PM
|Charlene Juoni||RE: Brothertown|
I will try to look them up. It may be a week or so until I get to the library in Chilton for that. I will be able to list all the soldiers there. Did you also know many of the soldiers were American Indians (Onieda tribe - Brothertown group). The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs won't recognize the Brothertown Indians so they are unable to get federal grants and other benefits that other tribes do. It has been a big battle about here for years.
|Charlene Juoni||Brothertown Union Cem.|
It was great to do the pictures for you. When I do requests, I also find others that need pictures added to the website. Union has many Civil war vets there, even 8 that don't have stones but the Civil war medal star is there.
|Gleem||RE: Elsie Benson|
That'll be really great...
Please do send me the recipes...
Added by Gleem on Sep 11, 2015 1:15 PM
|Gleem||RE: Elsie Benson|
Elsie Benson, if her maiden name was Marquardt, is my great aunt. Yes, I'd like to know more about her and I have lots of information and photos of the Marquardts. She had 14 siblings. One of them was Augusta (Marquardt) Meyers, Elsie's oldest sister. She was my paternal grandmother.
Please get in touch if you want to share information, etc.
Gary L Meyers
Added by Gleem on Sep 08, 2015 8:55 AM
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