|Cindy Marten (#47112029)|
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Hello, I'm from Tomah, Wisconsin. Born and raised here. So most of my family lived around this area, but they are hard to find.|
Linenberg-Loasching-Eirschele-Jirschele-Mistele.are just a few i'm having problems with.
I have done alot of crafts and things, but i think i love walking thru Cemeterys and talking with them the best, they are very good listeners! They dont always answer, but i have had a few things that make me wonder. When you cant find someone, and you say something out loud. And a squirrel runs by, and sits on a headstone,you walk that way, and the one you want is very close. I wish i could fix all the bad headstones, its sad.
My mother is 85 and she loves this too. It's a Mother Daughter thing.
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|Charles Lawson||Alvin Alsobrooks|
Thanks also for transferring Alvin to me.
|Charles Lawson||Ada Alsobrooks|
Thanks so much for transferring Ada to me.
Good luck in your research.
|Memory Lane||Oak Grove Cemetery Photo's|
Thank you Cindy for the photo's that you took for me of Martha Finley McMullen, Wilhelm S. "William" Schedler and the Walker's.
|Kari Olson||RE: Fobes|
I tell you what, you get that big huge one done, and I will get Mauston/Oakwood..... i am trying
oh dear, I forgot to say Thanks!
I almost went out today myself to Oak Grove.... but instead did Oakwood, Mauston. Thanks... did you find a lot of the requests? Its still cold but it wasnt too bad...
Thanks so much for the great photos !
|Odie||Dorset Ridge - Abbott|
Thank you for the photo of Susannah Abbott's marker. I have been to the cemetery before when we travelled to Wisconsin, and couldn't believe I didn't have a photo of her marker. Thanks!
Added by Odie on Apr 16, 2013 4:54 AM
|Memory Lane||Adam Danielewicz # 83066865|
Thank you Cindy for the transfer of Adam and his wife Ruth to me.
|Lars Oyane||Lewis H. Rutlind - died 1937, but where?|
First of all I have to say, I am impressed with your interest in cemetery tombstones. So much interesting information about the past can be found once we know where people are buried, and when this information can be supplemented with other sources.
I have a question about a distant relative of mine from Norway: Lewis H. RUTLIND, buried in the Wyeville cemetery in Monroe Co., WI The stone reads 1858-1937. Lewis was born in Norway Feb. 2, 1859, but emigrated to WI in 1883. My problem is to find Lewis' exact date and place of death. Any way you can help me?
No death record is on file in Monroe Co., WI
No death record is on file in Madison State Vital Records office.
So, he died out of state?
Thanks a million for any help!
Lars E. Oyane - Luster County Historian of Norway
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