|L Winslow (#46875728)|
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Anyone is welcome to use my headstone photos for non-commercial purposes.|
If you are taking photos of your ancestors' headstones, please also take photos of some surrounding headstones to post on Find A Grave.
Consider adopting a local cemetery and taking photos of all the gravestones!
Many thanks to the thousands of people who have sent edits, corrections, and additional information.
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|Brooks Rush||Picture of Alfred Brooks(Breux) Sr. Family|
Could you help in identifying people in the picture if I e-mail a copy to you?
|Van Jones||Graves in Northfield|
Thank you greatly. You have been of great service to helping me and have given me hints for what I need to do next. Van Jones
|Van Jones||RE: William Hughes Davis 25150026|
William might be a 2nd cousin of mine. His dates fit all that I have, but why was he buried there in Northfield. Have you any clue? Thanks for your assistance. Van Jones
|Kim Bryan||Lucius Murch|
Thank you for taking the time to get these photos for me. One more piece to the puzzle!
|Van Jones||William Hughes Davis|
He is listed as being buried in North Northfield Cemetery, but when I look through the information supplied by the cemetery he is not listed. Could he actually be buried elsewhere?
|richard finnick||Elva E. Jewett: # 119054244|
I believe Elva E. Jewett is actually Joseph G. Jewett's wife. Elva E. Clough, daughter of Joseph Clough and Arletta V. Partridge, married Joseph G. Jewett 31 December 1873 at Belfast, Waldo County, Maine. Elva was born 06 July 1853 at Stockton Springs, Waldo County, Maine. Hope this helps.
Thank you for the transfer. Since his grave is unmarked and you state that the information is from office records, did this info come from the cemetery's office? Did you have access to the original records? Do you think you have made a complete list of all burials in that cemetery? Family legend says that Carl is buried next to his wife Jensine Meredine Petersen who died about 1920. I am holding out hope that she might still be at the Northfields Union Cemetery.
|edhalstead||Carl Sorensen 142317176|
This is my wife's great grand father. Are you wiling to transfer ownership. Thank you for the great work.
|J B||RE: Sarah Taylor 90321554|
Thank you for letting me know the other memorial for Sarah was deleted. I added my stone photo to the remaining memorial since, as you pointed out, it shows all of the lettering in her surname. Thanks again for alerting me of the Taylor memorial and for your help in getting this cemetery shipshape! -Judi
Added by J B on Jun 19, 2016 9:28 PM
|CharleneK||Johanna Wasmund Kasdorf|
Hi. Thank you for your message regarding my GG Grandmother Johanna. Yes, I know her first husband was Johann "John" Wasmund. I believe he is buried in Cook County, IL, but haven't found any record so far. She had 7 young children when he died in 1866. My GG Grandfather Johann Frederich Wilhelm Kasdorf (called Fritz or Fred) had 4 children when his first wife, Katharina Kraatz, died around the same time. Together they had 4 children, so a total of 15. I was very fortunate all were named in her will. When her children were young, they went by Kasdorf, but went back to Wasmund when they became adults. Her daughter, Sophia Wasmund married his son, Frederich Walter Kadorf who were my great grandparents, so John Wasmund is also my GG Grandfather on my G-grandmother's side. Sophia and Fred had nine children. I have seen 3 different maiden names for Johanna, including yours of Pickhardt. I will be anxious to research that one when I have the time. Thank you again. Charlene Kasdorf
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