|Nadeen Sobottka (#47145936)|
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I was born and raised in Milwaukee County, WI, and I am one of five children born to Donald and Lorraine (Kazmierski) Hastings. I really enjoy working on genealogy and have posted family tombstones from various states.|
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|wisgal||RE: Margaret Rodway|
Thanks so much for the quick reply. She is my great-great aunt so I'm certain of the facts. Thanks again
Added by wisgal on Mar 29, 2015 8:58 AM
|Ann Day||RE: Adelaide Trentlage|
Thank you. I noticed that it was different on the death record after I sent it.
Added by Ann Day on Mar 28, 2015 6:30 AM
|damndonuts||Find A Grave Memorial #2913414- Andrew B Kelly|
I am inquirInga about Andrew B Kelly, burial in Wood National Cemetery in Mikwaukee, WI. Find A Grave Memorial #2913414. Is he an ancestor of yours? If so, I have some questions! Lot's of mystery around this family!!
Andrew is my 2x Great Uncle. His sister, Adeline E Kelly "Addie E" is my 2x Great Grandmother. Addie's son, Niles Knickerbocker Furey, my Great Grandfather, and his daughter, Jeanette Knickerbocker Furay Anderson, my Grandmother.
Please let me know! 😄
|Linda Newbrough||Memorial #113477225|
I'm writing to aks your permission to use the photo you've posted for Mr. Oliver Parsons, b. 1795 (memorial #113477225) (his headstone) in my family tree, both private and the tree I have on Ancestry.com. I would appreciate begin able to add the photo/information to my files.
Thank you for your consideration...
|Soddy||RE: Aldrich Family|
Thanks! Their Father was Owen Aldrich who was an original pioneer and the first sheriff of Milwaukee. My grandma says he is buried there, but there is no headstone, so Im not 100% if he is. Lafayette was the first settler born in Milwaukee but Arthur (my 2nd Great Grandfather) was brought from Michigan.
Added by Soddy on Mar 19, 2015 10:21 PM
|Gene Meier||Col. Albert G. Peter(1890-1982)|
PLEASE SEE MY POST FOR WALTER A.PETER(1891-1963)--same message applies to Col.Albert G. Peter descendents
|Gene Meier||Walter A.Peter 1891-1963|
I am writing the first book from the American point of view about 19th century rotunda panoramas.These were the biggest paintings in the world, 50 x 400=20,000 square feet, housed in their own rotundas which were 16-sided polygons. Chicago in 1893 had 6 panorama companies and 6 panorama rotundas. I seek to contact descendents of panorama artist George Peter(Vienna 1859-1950 Milwaukee). His first wife was LAURA GUILFUSS(1861-1920). I have TEN PHOTOGRAPHS from February 1888 inside William Wehner's panorama studio located in downtown Milwaukee showing young men and women dressed as peasants ("gypsies"), posed in tableau vivant before a unit of JERUSALEM ON THE DAY OF THE CRUCIFIXION. The F.W.Heine diaries (1870-1921) identifies one of the young women as "Miss Guilfuss". The next year,1889, George Peter would marry Laura Guilfuss. I also have an unidentified PAINTED PORTRAIT of a young woman in fancy dress that resembles one of the unidentified young women in the photos. The painting was by my great aunt, Mathilde Georgine Schley(1864-1941), who is easily recognizable in the photographs. The PORTRAIT shows the young woman seated in a distinctive HEIRLOOM CHAIR, which has carved LIONS HEADS on the wooden armrests. I seek to contact descendents of George Peter's two sons, Walter and Albert, to identify Laura Guilfuss Peter in the ten photographs.
|Richard Meyer||RE: Louis Meyer|
Thank you for all the work you are doing to help folks like me put all the pieces of our families together.
|Sharon Fulton||RE: William Best|
Thanks! I appreciate that!
Thanks for the transfer. I will take his mother too if you want to transfer her, I can add a little bio on her. Thanks for the offer.
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