|Paula Welch||Alice Mary Mullen (Langer)|
Alice was never married. She work in Chicago as a secretary and when she retired she return to Seymour WI to be close to her brothers and sisters. Please remove the Langer name from her burial information.
|Linda Hughes||Keziah Wait|
Thank you so much for the pictures of Keziah Wait's headstones. I was excited to see them. I appreciate your work. Linda Hughes
|Ajsporer||Photo of Mary Rahn|
Thanks for the photo of Mary's grave stone.
Added by Ajsporer on Nov 19, 2015 8:40 AM
|Diane Lohff||Helen and Harold Jesse|
Thank you for the photo of Harold's marker. No, I don't know that Helen is deceased so thanks for noting that. Diane
|Pati Moberg||RE: Vaughn Family|
Hello. Glad to help with photos. Sorry it wasn't a nice sunny day. Depending on what.line of Vaughn you are researching...well there are quite a few more vaughs that are buried in Mercer. I would believe they are related since they are all buried in close proximity. Let me know if you want more info
Thank you for the picture of Katharina's tomb stone. Looks like some german writing on the head stone. When I first found her on findagrave there wasn't any parents or siblings listed now it shows her parents as John and Anna, I don't know who did this but it is incorrect. Her husband was Joseph and children I know of were John Boehm born 1836 and Magdalen born 1815.John was my great grandfather I don't know if Joseph came to America or died in Austria. I don't know if I can edit this or who can do it. Thanks again Arlene, my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Ajsporer on Oct 31, 2015 5:18 PM
|Andrew Daft||JoAnn Strong|
Thanks for the photos! May I have your permission to use them in my Ancestry.com tree?
|Teddi Essig||RE: Bucholtz|
Thank you so much. Even if there is no stone the general area is a great help.
|Jerry Stremcha||Arthur & Veronica Fellenz Memorials|
Thank you for taking and uploading the pictures for their memorials. Your time and effort is appreciated.
Thanks so much for the pictures of the headstone of Joseph McGlin and his wife Hazel.
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