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|Dwayne Crandall||Thanks for note on the Diary|
Thank you for letting me know of the Civil War diary.
|Michael Hodges||RE: Claimed Riverside Cemetery ?|
I'm sorry but I'm not sure what photos you are talking about. I don't want to step on any toes. I did post photos for Herman F. Heckert, Jr. But I didn't realize there was a request if there was. I've been working on that family for a couple weeks. I see that there is a request for Emil F. Heckert. Maybe I can help you with that one. Don't look in Riverside for his and wife Germaine's headstones. They are buried in Saint Joseph Cemetery next door. I'll back off and let you take the photos. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
|Runabout||Black Creek, Herrman|
No problem, ...We must have crossed paths.
it was a lovely day to get out. We don't live far from the cemetery. Jim was born in Black Creek, his father and Grandfather owned a grocery store in town. He does enjoy remembering names and stories..
Rocky is in charge of the Cemetery up-keep. We discussed the poor shape the Cemetery was in during the winter. I wish something could be done. Im glad you were able to find all the stones....
Added by Runabout on Apr 17, 2014 10:29 PM
|Sue||Memorial # 57095531|
Hi again! I usually try to include at least some visual clue around an unmarked grave so that 1) the requester doesn't think I just took a photo of a patch of grass and posted it and 2)so that someone at the cemetery looking for said grave has a bit of help in locating it.
Have a good day and thank you for being a fellow contributor.
Added by Sue on Apr 16, 2014 2:16 PM
|Sue||Memorial # 57095531|
Hi! No, I don't think there is an error with this picture, although I now have a practice of placing flowers when I photograph an unmarked grave. Did this person get a new stone? If so, I'll be happy to go back and photograph the stone for you.
Added by Sue on Apr 16, 2014 5:55 AM
|Nick M. Gombash||RE: St Johns Lutheran Cemetery|
Hi, I see them in at least the 1880 census (you got as far as the 1860): https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNHH-VFZ
I'm not in Wisconsin and I don't have access to the cemetery, nor their records. Her death records states that she was a widowed by the time she died. You should track down the last place they lived prior to Sarah moving to Langlade County. I noticed on FamilySearch that one of their children was married in neighboring county Marathon.
|William Kazupski||RE: James Mulligan|
You're most welcome. If I can be any further assistance to you, please let me know.
That other name may have been a previous married name, or else just a transcription error in the cemetery list, so I changed it.
|Rebeccac2||John Kehoe Memorial|
Writing concerning memorial # 67136526 for John Kehoe, Old Saint Mary Cemetery, Milan, Monroe Michigan. There appears to be a passport application posted to this memorial that was added by Armstrong History. This application is dated 25 August 1922. The John Kehoe buried in this cemetery died in 1904. Think it should be removed?
|Marni Turnbull Rose||RE: Winegar Cemetery - Kent Co, MI|
re: Lorenzo Beebe
I photographed the entire old sections of Winegar Cemetery. If there was a family plot, I normally photographed and established memorials if needed. I would have indicated on the larger picture if the back row was related.
To make sure this is accurate, I'm going to go back to the cemetery and verify Lorenzo is not in that area.
I'll send you a message within a week.
Happy to help :-) Marni
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