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"11 years proudly at Find-A-Grave"
I began my interest in genealogy about
30 plus years ago. My dear grandmother
gave me very basic written information
about my family history.
It has been an amazing journey with
many wonderful discoveries. The internet
has been a wonderful tool. I have been
very pleased to find my ancestors memorials
on Find-A-Grave. So going forward I hope to return the favor for others by adding photos,
information and editing family connections.
I hope to have an opportunity to help you!
*NOTE* Some of these folks are my family.
The others are photos taken and added for
the use of others in their genealogical
studies. *You many copy my photos but it would be nice if you let me know...*
Please contact me if you have additions, corrections,obits or connections.
*Transfers* - FAG TRANSFER POLICY:
How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me? First, Determine if you really need the memorial transferred to you for management. Transferring of management should only be requested If you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. You can add photos and suggest corrections without having to request management. Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. It would be impossible for all contributors to manage their entire tree. Transfer requests that do not include relationship to deceased or are out of guidelines are deleted. I would be happy to transfer a memorial to you if the memorial follows these guidelines. Please don't try to hoard graves. I have worked quite a few years to have the numbers I do and most were added and photographed by me. You shouldn't be asking to transfer if you have no connection... It's always nice when you acknowledge the transfer so I know you received it! IMPORTANT *If you are looking for a "perfect" photo, it doesn't always happen when you have limited time to photograph large sections of graves. I try my best but I am unable to stop and care for every grave that needs assistance. Please request a Find-a-Grave photo through the "Request A Photo" button tab if you do not feel my photo fills your needs. Thank you! DR
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|Mary TS||Fairweather & tickner families|
Thank you so much for being so diligent and prompt with upgrading these families' memorials. I just learned that Mary Thwaite's 1st husband, Isaac Fairweather, was killed during the Civil War (per their youngest son Arthur's 21 Jun 1948 Sheboygan Press obituary.) You would think that finding death or burial information would be a cinch with the internet, but I haven't had any luck at all finding records to back up Arthur's claim.)
Added by Mary TS on May 22, 2016 3:46 PM
|Gervaise Dynes-Wolak||Merlin Rousse|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
|Rayen K.||RE: August Gosse|
Perfect! I think we've got them labeled well enough so I won't make that mistake again. Thanks for the help and the excellent responsiveness.
Added by Rayen K. on May 13, 2016 10:45 PM
|Wade Hicks||RE: John Johnson|
Thank you for the transfer. Betty
|John Uhlman||RE: Angelea Prinz Weber|
Sorry, no I do not have an obituary for Angelea. More than likely the Hartford History Room might have one, https://www.facebook.com/Hartford-History-Room-194562817290023/. They have family files on families from the Washington and Dodge County area. They also have the Dodge County Pioneer (which was a German newspaper) that has many obituaries, you may find luck with that.
|Wade Hicks||RE: Johnson, Charles & Laura|
Ours came from Germany to Pennsylvania. Our William born in 1731 in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.
Early Johnson was spelled JANSEN and JENSEN. Evidently spelled by sound. My ancestor however, spelled his Johnson all the way down.
A Note on William's Grandfather. JANSEN/JOHNSON, Claus or Klas (1658 - 1745) married Catherine CONRAD. They settled in Skippack, Pennsylvania. Father of Jan (husband of Elizabeth Rittenhouse Papen and Anna May Rittenhouse), William, Knethin or Kuechen, Mary, Catharine, Elizabeth, Catherine, Margaret, Hannah, Peter (husband of Christopher Dock's daughter, Catharine), Nicholas, Benjamin and Agnes.
|Fuller Jones||RE: Isaac Johnson Sr.|
Re the two Isaacs in Woodford County, I believe that Isaac V. Johnson is NOT the Isaac b 1763 d. 1826.
|Fuller Jones||Isaac Johnson & Elizabeth Hearne|
RE mem # 103150357
Can yo provide any source info at all for either of these? dates and/or places; needed to complete application for Sons of the American Revolution.
OBIT- Tuesday, 11 September 1973, SHEBOYGAN PRESS, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Mrs Elsie Trier, 82, widow of Paul, formerly of 2736 N 26th Street, died at Sheboygan Retirement Home Monday after being stricken with an apparent heart attack.
The former Elsie Stockmar, she was born in Sheboygan on 6 July 1891, a daughter of the late George and Caroline Stockmar.
On 15 August 1915, she married William Sarau. He died in 1959,
She married Mr Trier on 6 January 1960. He died in 1972.
Mr Trier was a member of the Order of Eastern Star 1939, First Presbyterian Church and its Elizabeth Circle.
Surviving are three brothers-in-law, Frank, Philip, and Carl Trier, all of Sheboygan.
A sister preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be at 11 am Wednesday at Nickel's funeral home, with the Rev Russell Morgan, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 pm today.
Members of the Order of Eastern Star will conduct memorial services at the funeral home at 7 tonight.
OBIT- Tuesday, 21 January 1964 THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Mrs Louise Herzog Gunderson, 76, a native of Sheboygan, died Monday morning in Chicago.
A daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Stockmar, she as born 5 January 1888, and was married to Dr Roland Herzog of Sheboygan 13 February 1913. Dr Herzog, a dentist, practiced in Evanston, Illinois. He died 5 December 1939.
Her second marriage was to Gustave Gundersen, who died in November 1947.
The only survivor is a sister, Mrs Paul Trier, Sheboygan.
Services were held at 2 pm Thursday at the Kroos Horn Funeral Home. The Rev George Rentschler, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate and burial will be in Wildwood Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home aftger 4 pm Wednesday.
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