|Nancy W (#47746624)|
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I joined Find-A-Grave in March of 2012 I like taking walks and I like taking pictures. Since I am within walking distance of Oak Hill Cemetery, St. Margaret Cemetery, Menasha Cemetery and St. Patrick Cemetery, they were wonderful places to go for walks. I would read the head stones and see the history and often the heart ache of families. When I discovered Find-A-Grave it only made sense to take my camera along to combine activities I was already doing to help others. I do have family buried in Oak Hill and St. Margaret cemetery but now I feel I have even more family there. I have been taking pictures and adding records randomly but am pleased to help others find their families too.|
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|L Hedgecock||RE: Hattie DeBar|
Thanks so much Nancy. I would never have found that source on my own.
How terribly sad for the DeBar family.
|L Hedgecock||Hattie DeBar|
Thanks for creating on online memorial for Hattie Debar. Find A Grave Memorial# 129578788. I think this may be my husband's great great aunt. She was born abt 1866.
Since there is no photo, I was wondering if there were cemetery records from which you created the memorial. I would love to be able to reference that.
Thanks in advance for your help.
He divorced Sarah Bidlack before he moved to Wisconsin, then in 1848 he re-married Cherissa Holcomb and started a new family. His 1st child was born when he was 17-18 years old to Sarah.
In the 1850 census, Sarah is living with her parents and children:
Census of 1850 Sheshequin township: (all living in same household)
Bidlack Esther 63 F CT 161 288 (mother of Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Anson 46 M 3000 Farmer PA 161 288 (brother to Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Daniel M. 27 M PA 161 288 (brother to Sarah Verbeck)
Bidlack Caroline 19 F NY 161 288
Verbeck Sarah 42 F PA 161 288 (wife of Philip Verbeck)
Verbeck John 15 M NY 161 288
Verbeck Harriet 13 F NY 161 288
Verbeck Philip 11 M IL 161 288
Verbeck Esther 16 F NY 161 288
Added by LDR on Mar 15, 2015 6:44 PM
|Teri Grey||Minnie Anklam|
thank you Nancy for obtaining the picture of Minnie's grave stone. I really appreciate it.
|George R. Tremmel||louis tremmel|
Resthaven Cemetery is in Menasha, wi.
look at the sign as you enter the cemetery
I am the son of Louis and Leona Tremmel.
|Armstrong History||Is It "Almost" Spring"???|
Hey Nancy . . . just wanted to send a quick "hi" to you! Hope you are doing well . . I am looking forward to being out on my bike pedaling around with my camera SOON!
|Karleen Phillips*||RE: Asa Bidwell Headstone|
Thank you, Nancy. I'm sure Hazel much appreciates it.
|Becky ||RE: Looking for great Aunt's grave|
I suppose it could, but I would think it's doubtful since the letter written by Hans, her father, stated she was buried in Neenah. It's such a mystery.
I keep thinking about the 2 or 3 unknown graves...the cemetery doesn't keep records of who they might be?
Added by Becky on Mar 06, 2015 10:12 AM
|Karleen Phillips*||Asa Bidwell Headston|
Is there a possibility you would take a picture of Asa Bidwell's (d. 06/29/1868) N-02-000-1-40-0 004 gravestone.
Please contact me at email@example.com
Thanks. It would be so appreciated.
|Kim Kimler||Pryse - Williams|
Thank you so much for adding all those photos. I was surprised to see a photo of David and Margaret Jones Williams. I didn't have one. Do you have other pictures? I can send you copies of photos, documents, and old letters if it interests you, just send your email address. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. And while I'm asking questions, do you know where the Pryse and Williams farms were? Thank you very much again, it is much appreciated.
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