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|I am happy to make corrections & additions to the memorials which I maintain. If requesting a transfer, please indicate how you are related. The idea behind Find-A-Grave is not to own all your relatives memorials. I will gladly make additions, corrections, & links. Unless you express a specific reason for wishing that a memorial be transferred to you, your request will be denied. I apologize for this, but I have too many contributors who want the memorial simply because they are a relative & they have minimal or no additional information to contribute to the memorial.|
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|LuDee||RE: Etta Boots Elsing -Wilmont Cemetery|
I'm not from the area, but if you check the map on the Wilmont Cemetery page; it is on hwy 25. It is listed on the map as Calvary Cemetery.
Hope that helps Linda
Added by LuDee on Feb 17, 2014 6:25 PM
|Elaine||RE: Margaret Schnedecker - Prairie Hill Cem|
Yes I do have additional info I would like to add.
Thank you! Elaine
Added by Elaine on Jan 22, 2014 8:21 PM
|Sue Butterfield Picard||RE: Chester Tinker - Forest Lawn Cem - Eau Claire, WI|
Judy; here is the link to EC cemetery records http://www.webcemeteries.com/eauclairewi/search.asp
I don't know what information the records themselves hold. I only walked the cemetery and photographed it for Find A Grave. Here's contact information for the cemetery: Contact Information Hours:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday
Location: Parks & Forestry Building
1040 Forest Street or
915 Menomonie Street.
Office: (715) 839-5039
Pavilion Info: (715) 839-5032
Fax: (715) 839-3823
Dept. Director: Phil Fieber
Contacts: Todd Chwala, Park Superintendent
Dave Bohlinger, Park Foreman
Steve Roscoe, Park Foreman
Contact Us: Email Us Facebook
I've updated Chester's Find A Grave memorial adding some information I located on Ancestry.com and familysearch.com. Most of the newspaper information I can find for Eau Claire on-line via ancestry.com and newspaperarchives.com (both paid for subscriptions) do not have anything in the 1950's for articles on Chester's death. You may be able to contact LE Phillips Public library in EC for other newspaper obituary information. Good luck.
I just saw your post on my page. I am sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner, I have been dealing with family issues. If you would be so kind as to resend your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or thru the website I would be happy to transfer your request.
|Dennis Harmsen||User Died|
Judy, Can you help me with a problem? A user on this site with the name "steamerfan" has passed away. I would like to have two memorials for Arthur and Agnes Graf transferred to me. How can this be done? I have click on the "Edit" tab and made requests, but I don't think that request is going anywhere. I have email Find-A-Grave before about abandoned memorials and I get the response that I should use the "Edit" tab. If you are unable to give advice, I just might email Find-A-Grave again to complain, for I don't understand where they are coming from or why they don't seem to understand the problems on this web site. These are not the only two I have had problems with. Other people in the pass have told me to use the Find A Grave email, so why don't they do something if users are emailing them to bring items to their attention? Thank you.
My two memorials are:
66347353 and 66347373
|Debbie Rose ||RE: Walter & Josephine Farrell|
You are welcome. Be sure to check out our website www.niobraracountylibrary.org where you will find more information about this family.
|Brian Backes||RE: Marvin Thompson photo|
Not sitting there, but close enough. I have photographed the entire cemetery but still have many to post. Now that it is cold here, I will be getting them done soon. I'm glad I am able to help out.
Best regards, Brian
|Kathy Ripke||Idalynn Ferguson|
Thank you for making the additions and links for this person. Sadly, I do not have a known burial place for her husband. He is still in Mandan, ND, in the 1940 Federal census, and he dies in Minot, ND in 1979 (from Soc. Sec. records) but that is all I know at this point. Thank you for asking. And for your help with Idalynne's memorial.
|Richard Strunk||Robert Roepke|
I have found the grave of Robert Roepke and have a photo of it which I will post when I return to Virginia.
I contacted Robert's widow, Ann and spoke with her. If you need/want additional information about the family she told me she would be willing to talk to you via telephone. I have her contact information if you would like it.
She referred me to another lady, Carolyn Roepke, who along with another family member (but I didn't get the other person's name) would helped her in compiling a family history, both text and photos that goes back 3 to 5 generations.
Each generation has a group photo and is then broken down into individual family, and/or individual family members, photos. She indicated to me that she would also be willing to talk to you. I have her contact information as well. She told me that all the Roepkes in the Saint Marks Cemetary are/were related.
I have photos of all the burial sites in the cemetary for the Roepke families.
All the photos will be posted when I return to Virginis in 2 to 4 weeks.
I hope this information is still needed.
|Donna (Mead) Edwards||RE: Hollingsworth graves|
I will go back when it dries up some more. I did not like the way they turned out. I also want to add a picture of all 3 stones in a group.
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